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Saturday, January 02, 2010

Join Me on Patriots' Heart Radio Network Tonight

Tonight I will be a guest on Patriots' Heart Radio Network to discuss Obama's executive order granting immunity to Interpol. I invite you to listen in. You may also phone in questions or make comments.

Here is the updated link to the information, including the phone number.

The name of the show is 'Fan the Fire' and we will be on the air on Blog Talk Radio from 9-11 PM, Eastern Standard Time.

I hope you will tune in.

INTERPOL Immunity--the Story that Won't Go Away

The questions continue to mount and the suspicions multiply. Even the mainstream media has picked up on the story.

Columbia Conservative Examiner has a timely follow-up.

The illogic of the apologists for Obama and INTERPOL to the effect that, 'the changes amount to no big deal,' is astounding. If this is no big deal then why would a sitting President in the midst of war, terrorist attacks, and the worst financial meltdown since the Great Depression, take the time to pour over an executive order from 1983 simply to make 'insignificant changes?'

If the changes amount to 'no big changes' then why change them?

Friday, January 01, 2010

I'm On Patriots' Heart Radio Network Tomorrow Night

Tomorrow evening I will be a guest on the Patriots' Heart Network, on Blog Talk Radio, from 9-11 PM.

We will be discussing the topic of Obama's recent secretive Executive Order, granting immunity to INTERPOL. Other related topics will also be considered. You may also call in for questions and comments.

Click the link above for details.



Thursday, December 31, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 12/31/09

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

David Codrea reports an interesting story in the news concerning Compton's 'gift cards for guns' program.

Vanderboegh has more on the 'window war' concept and provides a history and answers a few questions about it.

From Western Rifle Shooters Association: 'Serfdom Versus Liberty in 2010.'

Kurt Hofmann highlights an online ammo retailer who is making a good reputation as a principled businessman.

Tam posts a video that will help us end the year with a bang.

The great Walter Williams, my favorite intellectual, filled in for Rush Limbaugh today and has an update on El Rushbo's condition following heart attack-type symptoms.

Mike McCarville, one of the most respected reporters-commentators in the nation, provides a new installment of his always-delightful 'Gadfly on the Wall' series where he comments on a variety of issues.

Texas Fred comments on Obama's plans to naturalize millions of illegal aliens in 2010--wow, just in time for the upcoming elections...

Days of our Trailers says that even after SCOTUS made it clear the 2nd Amendment refers to an INDIVIDUAL right, Chicago still clings to the notion that it is a 'collective right.'

Way Up North has some spot-on commentary on politics and other items for the New Year.

Say Uncle provides more discussion on the pocket-holster issue.

Sebastian comments on the open carry issue arising from Uncle's link to a post that seems to say that it's a bad idea.

Breda sounds the alarm on what the TSA is going to do now as a result of the terrorist attack in Detroit. And make no mistake, my friends, we were ATTACKED. The fact that no one was injured or killed is due to the heads-up actions of CITIZENS aboard the flight, who responded to the bombs the terrorist set off. The fact that these bombs were defective does not diminish one iota that we were ATTACKED.

GunRights4US reports that 'the other side's play book has been revealed.' Take a look.

And now, my friends, to end the old year and ring in the new with some much-needed humor, the Ol' Broad provides the finest political cartoons on algore's internets. Take a look and get your funny bone tickled. Happy New Year!

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

ALERT! Rush Limbaugh Rushed to Hospital with Chest Pains

Breaking news--

Rush Limbaugh Taken to Hawaii Hospital with Chest Pains.

One report stated he is in critical condition. No further updates at this time. Many prayers for Rush!

More on Continually-Breaking Story of INTERPOL Immunity

The questions just keep multiplying every day, and the White House just keeps stonewalling.

Columbia Conservative Examiner has the latest.

This story has the feel and smell of a tsunami on the way.

Second Amendment News Roundup for 12/30/09

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

Western Rifle Shooters Association has two must-reads today right off the bat:
1. 'The Emperor's New Speech Impediment'
2. 'Attempts as both Tactics and Strategy'

From Kurt Hofmann: 'Brady Campaign Says Healthcare Bill No Threat to Guns But Objects to Gun Rights Amendment Anyway.'

The Wandering Minstrel reports some exceedingly bad news on a new drug-resistant strain of TB that has now made its way to our shores.

Texas Fred comments on the mind-boggling news of the abject systemic failure of our counterterrorism organizations to alert officials about the 'crotch bomber.'

Nicki follows up with THIS--'This is Janet Napolitano's DHS.' In short, when you have a numbskull appointing other numbskulls to high offices, this is the eventual result. We are more vulnerable than at any point since 9/11.

Say Uncle discusses the drawbacks of pocket holsters. I mentioned before that I like them but not because I think they are ideal. They are an accessory of last resort, but sometimes that's all we can do realistically.

David Codrea says that citizens should demand thorough investigations of the ATF as a New Year's Resolution. I fully agree. The jack booted government thugs are long overdue an overhaul.

Tam has a few observations on the apparent coming demise of one leg of 'government motors'--Chrysler. I strongly urge readers as a matter of conscience and practicality NOT to buy anything made by Chrysler or GM for that matter. I wouldn't urge readers to do anything I would not do myself. And I won't buy from any domestic automaker but Ford.

Vanderboegh provides a sobering analysis of government power entitled, 'You Can't Kill Ideas but We Can Certainly Kill You.'

Conservative Libertarian Outpost shares a great story of a college student who shot a home invader and saved 10 lives.

Brigid enlightens us on the many lessons she learned from living life in her farmhouse on the range...

Days of our Trailers muses on the fact that it has been a really long time since there was an industry-sweeping, groundbreaking firearms innovation for the civilian market.

Gun Nuts provides the wrap-up and downloads from last night's edition of Gun Nuts Radio, in case you missed it.

GunRights4US comments on my latest column on the INTERPOL immunity debacle that the White House is stonewalling.

Armed Citizen has a must-read entitled, 'On the Frontier of Freedom (Again).'

Mike McCarville publishes a thoughtful, reasonable analysis of why the Democrats will lose the House in 2010.

Of Arms and the Law posts a most-interesting recap of the after-effects of the Heller decision on firearms deaths in D.C.

Traction Control has a timely reminder that an armed society is a polite society.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Troubling INTERPOL Questions Remain

And the White House stonewalls.

Read the latest development on the INTERPOL story at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

The questions just keep on multiplying concerning Obama's executive order granting immunity from U.S. law to INTERPOL. The White House refuses to answer those questions.

Second Amendment News Roundup for 12/29/09

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

GunRights4US reports the explosive news that the 2 terrorists who are behind the scheme to blow up the plane in Detroit were released in 2007 from Gitmo and sent to Saudi Arabia.

David Codrea has a very important New Year's resolution for gun owners--attend one public demonstration in support of the Second Amendment.

Vanderboegh posts a timely reminder to the powers that be in this government that there will be 'no more free Wacos.'

Western Rifle Shooters Association takes a look into 2010, as provided by astute prognosticators who see very dark days ahead for the Republic. The key is being prepared.

From Conservative Libertarian Outpost: 'More Guns, Less Crime--It was True Before, and It is Still True.'

Texas Fred provides commentary on Obama's statement concerning the latest terrorist scare in Detriot.

Brigid blogs on the riveting 'Journeys In the Heart of Darkness.'

John Jacob H has a 'real gunfights' video showing the rapid response of an armed citizen.

Free in Idaho notes a striking difference in voting patterns between men and women. Women, it seems, vote for more nanny-statism than men. Glad we have some women we gladly promote here at The Liberty Sphere who don't fit the norm.

Every Blade of Grass informs us of 'the love tax' out in Kalifornia that hits those who plan to get married. Ever since the state went to hell in a handbasket, the People's Republic of Kalifornia never saw a tax it didn't like...and it is still bankrupt.

Dark Blog provides an interesting read entitled, 'The Mythical Roots of U.S. Drug Policy.'

Kurt Hofmann alerts us to the fact that the Senate healthcare bill was amended to attempt to allay the concerns of gun owners. Good to see Kurt back writing again after suffering through some major technical failures with today's gadgetry.

Armed Citizen posts the complete text of Ronald Reagan's second inaugural address in January of 1985.

Standing By points to an article that maintains that Stalinism is back in the form of the 'environmentalist movement.'

Way Up North has must-read commentary entitled, 'As We Head Bravely into the New Year.'

Tam posts the latest news on 'the Bastard' who seems never to let up on his relentless campaign to rid the nation of all guns.

Breda reminds us that tonight is the night for Gun Nuts Radio. Click for details.

Pax Parebellum reports that the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has placed restrictions on police use of the taser. This is one of the few decisions of the 9th Circuit that I agree with.

Alphecca sends out an alert that the days of free TV broadcasting over the airwaves may be ending soon. I understand there is even a move in Congress to outlaw free TV, forcing everyone to pay either for satellite or cable.

Days of our Trailers contends that it is a good thing that anti-gun bigots mouth off all over the Internet. It's important that everyone see for themselves their twisted thinking.

Walls of the City notes the hysterics of the anti-gun bigots over citizens having firearms while they ignore other things that are even more 'dangerous.'

Robb Allen shares with us what would happen in his 'fantasy universe' regarding firearms aboard flights.

Say Uncle has a great read entitled, 'Presidentin' is Hard.' I can almost hear Andy Griffith say that, as when he told Barney on one episode, 'Barney, Sheriffin' is different from deputyin'.' Sho NUFF!

Nicki presents 'a few thoughts on the crotch-bomber' along with some important updates.

Sebastian blogs on the move underway in Iowa to make the state a 'shall issue' state with regard to concealed carry.

Arlen Specter is a Village Idiot Who Needs to be Tarred and Feathered

Anyone who has read the Liberty Sphere for any length of time knows that I have very little respect for Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania--not even when he was a Republican.

The Republican (RINO) turned Democrat appeared on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace to discuss various issues along with Senators Jim DeMint, Richard Shelby, and Robert Menendez.

Introduced as being the only legal expert on the panel that day, Wallace asked Specter, a lawyer, if there would be Constitutional problems with the healthcare bill in Congress.

The Village Idiot stated, 'I do not think there are serious constitutional issues. The mandate provision is very similar to what was done in Massachusetts when they had mandatory reform.'

Once again, Specter exhibits either his vast ignorance or his deliberate, calculated attempt to cloud the issue. States have some powers that the federal government was never granted by the Constitution. As a lawyer, Specter should know this.

But then again, we have a President who claims he was a 'Constitutional lawyer and professor' yet believes the Constitution is but a relic--a historic founding document out of our past that has no binding authority today.

Monday, December 28, 2009

Smoke Signals

2010 is shaping up to be THE watershed year for the survival of the American Republic.

Smoke signals can be found here.

And be sure to click on the link he provides, which shows the notion that we face highly troublesome days ahead has reached one of the most highly respected mainstream legal sites in the nation...