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Saturday, November 14, 2009

What is the President Hiding?

A key question that demands answers--

Columbia Conservative Examiner. Read it!

What is the real reason Obama wants Congress to delay a probe into the Fort Hood terrorist massacre?

Friday, November 13, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 11/13/09

Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

Texas Fred has some great commentary on the outrageous decision to try a non-U.S. citizen, a war combatant, in a federal court on U.S. soil.

Pax Parabellum also weighs in on the subject.

1 With a Bullet reports major news that the Feds are getting ready to seize at least 4 U.S. mosques. Take a look!

From Walls of the City: 'Blockage on the Line.'

Days of our Trailers opines on the notion among the gun grabbers that we gunowners should go to jail.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost alerts us to the fact that the loonies who push 'assault weapons bans' are baaaaaaack.

The Wandering Minstrel says that there are new developments in the Chicago gun case.

Ride Fast and Shoot Straight gets in a zinger on Fort Knox and gun bans on army bases.

Mr. Completely is a busy man these days. Go over there and see what he's up to.

John Jacob H adds his opinion to the 'No More Ft. Sumters' mantra of Mike Vanderboegh.

Brigid has a very interesting 'disclaimer.'

GunRights4US posts '8 good rifle drills.'

Free in Idaho reminds us that National Ammo Day is coming up soon, so get prepared to buy at least 100 rounds.

Armed Citizen provides a MUST-read from Chuck Norris entitled, 'Enemies Within.'

Alphecca posts some 'lessons from Austria' and its experience with national socialism--along with the eerie similarities to what's happening in the U.S. today.

Roberta X comes out swinging and telling it like it is in her excellent post entitled, 'Americanism.'

21 Guns Salute has a few brief words to say about Fort Hood that are very powerful.

The Liberty Republican provides excellent reading on Obama's attack on gun rights through an International Treaty.

And now, The Ol' Broad gives us some good medicine (laughter) with this week's edition of the best political cartoons on the Internet. Enjoy, and have a good weekend!

MORE Decisions that Defy Reason and Logic

Obama and company are at it yet again.

Read all about it at Columbia Conservative Examiner to find out the latest in a string of decisions that defy all reason and logic.

In fact, is there ANYTHING about this Administration that has been rational?

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 11/12/09

Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

Mike McCarville points to a rather interesting set of poll numbers that should give Obama and the Dems panic attacks.

Free in Idaho says that we're living in crazy land. I think he's right!

Brigid posts some great pics of some of her friends who serve in the U.S. Armed Forces. By the way, have you taken a Vet to lunch or dinner yet?

GunRights4US provides the quote of the day.

Way Up North has a funny little song to the tune of 'Santa Claus Is Coming to Town' concerning Obama's visit to Alaska. Take a look.

Say Uncle provides a very good reason to stop using UPS and go with FedEx instead.

Sebastian reports that the campaign for Congress in New York district 23 may not be over yet.

Ride Fast and Shoot Straight lists all of the stupid gun control laws in California that should be repealed.

From Nicki: 'Why Animals Are Better Than Most People.' A great read.

Tam says that Internet gun forums are funny.

Vanderboegh answers some follow-up questions to his 'No More Ft. Sumters' post.

Western Rifle Shooters Association issues a special alert as to what's coming to America unless we change course entirely. A British citizen was arrested for....brace yourselves....swearing in front of a council member! Despicable! Frankly, the people on the other side of the pond who are responsible for such attacks on free speech should go to hell. And to the council member who was responsible for the citizen's arrest--'F**K YOU!'

Kurt Hofmann highlights the contradictions of the Brady Campaign to Rob the Citizens of their Gun Rights.

David Codrea wonders if Obama's OSHA nominee will threaten gun rights.

Traction Control provides MUST-read commentary on Lou Dobbs' decision to depart CNN after serving as their chief commentator-reporter since the very beginning of the network. There is more here than meets the eye.

Breda says that she fell in love with the sniper rifle while on vacation.

Alphecca posts a series of informative articles on handgun safeties. Take a look.

Armed Citizen has an important read entitled, 'Gun Free Zones = Dead Americans.'

Roberta X says she ain't got no free ice cream today. Well, dang! And to boot, she calls us 'you people.' Methinks Roberta isn't having such a good day. Sorry to hear that.

An American Idiot calls our attention to yet another extremist being labeled a 'moderate' and who has been nominated by Obama to the 7th Circuit Court.

Defying All Logic and Reason

What on earth is going on with Barack Obama? The President's recent actions simply defy all logic and reason.

Read all about it today at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

And note this Administration's resistance to using the term 'terrorism,' particularly with regard to the Fort Hood massacre. There IS a perfectly logical explanation of THAT!

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Thank a Veteran Today

We often honor and memorialize those Veterans, living and deceased, with special days during the year. We have parades, special events, and food. Speeches are given extolling the virtues of those who give of their time and energy, placing their lives on the line, for liberty.

But when it comes down to our personal lives, what, exactly, have we done to show a Veteran how much we appreciate them?

You have heard of 'take a Vet to lunch' day. Perhaps you could take a Vet to dinner tonight? Some Vets are unmarried and lonely. Do it. Call one up and tell them you will pick them up and take them to a nice restaurant for a free meal.

But more importantly, tell a Vet how much you appreciate their service to our country. I will guarantee you that they don't hear such appreciation nearly enough.

Remember, on Memorial Day we memorialize those Veterans who are deceased. Today, on Veteran's Day, we HONOR those who are LIVING. Do it. It will make you feel better about yourself.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 11/10/09

Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

David Codrea asks a key question, 'Can Mexican Police Violence Be Stopped with More U.S. Gun Laws?'

Kurt Hofmann has an interesting post today on the new whipping boy of the gun control crowd.

Vanderboegh provides several MUST-reads today:
1. No More Fort Sumters
2. Barack Obama is a.....
3. Tea Party Express in Birmingham
4. First Hand Account of Ft. Hood Shooting

Western Rifle Shooters Association says, 'This Could Be You.'

Conservative Libertarian Outpost highlights the fact that the Fort Hood shooting took place on a military base that had been DISARMED! Interesting...

Breda posts a video of her doing some mean shootin'.

Gun Nuts provides all the info on tonight's edition of Gun Nuts Radio.

Robb Allen has a great read on the lunacy of gun control laws. Take a look.

Texas Fred presents a guest-post today, entitled, 'The Political Correctness Bomb That Exploded at Fort Hood.'

From Around O-Town: "Gun Shy Asks, 'How Come?'"

Days of our Trailers has an excellent primer on firearms in the state of Illinois.

Nicki writes 'a special note to the media.' I think you'd like to see it too.

Traction Control says a good handgun is worth an ounce of gold. Excellent read!

Tam is under the weather today and thinks she's being punished for something. Go over there and give her get well wishes. I can't think of any reason why Tam should be punished at all.

Standing By wonders if the Tea Party movement has been too tame, given what's happened in Congress of late. I have wondered that myself.

Say Uncle blogs on the NRA's magazine, 'Shooting Illustrated.'

Sebastian provides an update on the state of the Castle Doctrine in Pennsylvania politics.

Insight on Freedom posts 'The Healthcare Bill Americans Don't Want.'

Troubling Details on Fort Hood Shooter

No matter what the 'official word' happens to be from Washington, troubling details remain concerning the Fort Hood shooter.

I examine this issue today at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

And remember, a Jihadist doesn't have to be part of a terrorist group in order to be a terrorist!

Monday, November 09, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 11/9/09

Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

Brigid, as always, presents excellent reading today, this one entitled, 'Harvesting a Life.'

CNS reports that one of the Democrats in the House who voted NO to PelosiCare stated that the bill will definitely lead to 'a single-payer system,' meaning, government-run healthcare with no private insurance companies.

Standing By says that the Wall Street Journal is referring to the PelosiCare bill as 'the worst bill ever.'

Sebastian points to a case of press stupidity on guns.

Say Uncle provides an urgent warning about a computer virus that could get you sent to jail! Be vigilant!

Nicki comments on the chances of the PelosiCare bill as it heads to the Senate.

Ride Fast and Shoot Straight has an excellent piece entitled, 'Politically Correct Murder and Mayhem.'

David Codrea posts a MUST-read today, entitled, 'Will the House Healthcare Bill Create a New Class of "Prohibited Persons"?'

Vanderboegh provides a series of brief comments on various items of interest in the news and to gun bloggers. Take a look.

Western Rifle Shooters Association comments on the 'Americans In Name Only' (AINOS) who serve in the U.S. Congress.

Michelle Malkin, in the aftermath of the PelosiCare vote in the House, points to excellent reading entitled, 'the Shadow of the Jack Boot.'

Way Up North says it's snowing to beat the band up in Alaska. I'd love to see it.

The Newbius Papers has a good read on the 2 attacks against our nation in the past week.

From Tam: 'Armor Piercing Projectiles Bounce Off Bullet Proof Ignorance.'

The Wandering Minstrel demonstrates the 'duct tape target test' for target practice.

Pax Parabellum appropriately commemorates the fall of the Berlin Wall, the anniversary of which we celebrate today.

John Jacob H has 'Real Gun Fights--Marksmanship.'

Free in Idaho informs us that Congressman Minnick of Idaho, although he voted against PelosiCare, is a dyed in the wool Pelosi Democrat through and through. Read it all!

Pamela Geller blows the whistle on the lies of the U.S. Government concerning the Fort Hood shooter, Islamic Terrorist Nidal Hasan, who was attempting to make contact with Al Qaeda, as it turns out.

Kurt Hofmann reports that the Brady Campaign Against Gun Rights has pitted itself against America's veterans.

From Days of our Trailers: 'Dear God Make It Stop.'

Conservative Libertarian Outpost highlights the mob rule inherent in a democracy (which America is NOT and never has been), and points to a good example of it in the U.S. House.

Texas Fred comments on the news that Hasan the terrorist is linked to the 9/11 mosque in New York City.

Walls of the City has a MUST-see! 'Nuff said.

The Fall of the Wall--An Anniversary to Remember

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. In today's climate, it is very easy to overlook or ignore the vast significance of this day in the history of the world.

Today I discuss these things at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

Take a look...and remember.

Sunday, November 08, 2009

Not a Done Deal--Cooler Heads in Senate

Don't lose heart, my friends, on the healthcare debate in this country. Much cooler heads prevail in the Senate.

Columbia Conservative Examiner provides the details on the bill's likely demise in the Senate, plus an analysis on why the bill was approved by the House.

The House passed this bill for one key reason and one key reason ONLY. Read to find out.