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Saturday, January 16, 2010

Church of Global Warming Blames Copenhagen for Haiti Earthquake

What Pat Robertson said was bad enough, but THIS takes the cake.

Read all about it at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

Robertson's words displayed a crass insensitivity, but THIS goes much further...barbaric, actually.


We have reported several times that a move is brewing in Congress to pass legislation that will essentially legalize election stealing. It's called 'Universal Voter Registration,' which will essentially automatically register every single adult in America to vote whether they wish to be registered or not.

Add to this the insistence of proponents that ID checks be outlawed, and voila! You have the perfect scenario for every election in America to be rigged in favor of extremist Leftists.

Folks, I can't even begin to put into words how dangerous this is or how utterly contemptible.

Barely Dodging the Big One

It turns out that Al Qaeda's threats against the United States are much more serious and widespread than we were told in the aftermath of the Fort Hood massacre and the near-miss attack over Detroit by the airline bomber.

Officials at the State Department, the FBI, and Homeland Security say that credible threats from Al Qaeda, originating in Yemen, have been serious enough to enact even more stringent security measures at airports.

The upshot of all of this is that while the Obama Administration has been asleep at the wheel and/or distracted by ObamaCare and 'global warming,' Al Qaeda has been busy at work finding new and better ways to kill us.

Little Chucky is a Village Idiot Who Needs to be Tarred and Feathered

Well, folks, 'Little Chucky' Schumer, Democratic Senator from New York, is at it again.

This time he referred to Republican Senatorial candidate Scott Brown as a 'far-right extremist tea-bagger.'

That's alright, Little Chucky. You are a village idiot who needs to be tarred and feathered.

Democrats Threaten to Pass ObamaCare With Only 51 Votes

Apparently the Democrats are running scared now that it is clear that Scott Brown will more than likely pick up a seat for the Republicans in the Massachusetts Senate race. They are now threatening to pass ObamaCare with only 51 votes rather than the normal 60 votes.

According to Senate rules, appropriations bills can be approved with a simple 51-vote majority. With a change of status of the bill and a few amended components, ObamaCare could be voted on as an appropriations bill.

According to some observers, however, the Dems will have to give up a lot to get this done. Many components of the bill in no way qualify as appropriations measures, and the rules make it clear that those provisions would not be allowed in such a vote.

My hunch? If the Democrats pull off this ploy at a time when not only ObamaCare but Democrats in general are viewed with growing contempt, it will only serve to seal their fate.

Tea Party protesters will turn into Tea mobs with pitchforks and torches.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 1/15/2010

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

David Codrea reports that someone is accusing him of 'skating near the edge of making threats of violence.' Sheesh. The smear campaign begins.

Dark Blog has a most interesting read on 'changing the rules' with regard to stimulus funds.

Every Blade of Grass post another interesting one on 'stolen elections' in 2010.

Free in Idaho comments on actor Danny Glover's statement that the Haiti earthquake is retribution for the failure of the Copenhagen conference to approve a climate-change action plan.

John Jacob H provides info on proper weapon lubrication for extreme weather conditions.

Pax Parabellum reports that Senator Ben Nelson is not having such a good time of it back home in Nebraska.

Brigid's latest entry is entitled 'Truth in Advertising.' It's a good read.

GunRights4US blogs on the Obama-Democrat tax on insurance plans.

Western Rifle Shooters Association has a MUST-read from Whittaker Chambers on Alger Hiss. Riveting revelations.

Nicki shares 'the crotchbomber report.'

Way Up North provides Friday's report and commentary from Alaska.

Tam has insight into the economic news that she entitles, 'Doom, Despair, and Agony on Me.'

Kurt Hofmann points to something that 'the Bastard's Mayors Against Guns' cites as a 'success story.'

The Rustmeister introduces us to Memphis' latest anti-gun politician.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost provides the GOA's end-of-year assessment of gun rights gains and losses.

Texas Fred comments on last night's debate in Texas between the gubernatorial candidates.

Vanderboegh provides an important read on the economy entitled, 'Whistling Past the Graveyard.'

The Ol' Broad does us a great service in providing the best political cartoon humor on the Internet. Take a look at these and have a good laugh.

The Coakley Fallacy

All the latest news on the riveting campaign for the U.S. Senate in Massachusetts:

Columbia Conservative Examiner.

A series of missteps has all but doomed the Coakley campaign. Republican Scott Brown is up by 4 today.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 1/14/2010

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

Vanderboegh says the ATF has turned to cannibalism and designated him as a 'reporter.'

David Codrea examines whether or not officials have 'willfully conspired' to cover up ATF record errors.

Kurt Hofmann is keeping a close eye on the move to push for more 'terror gap' laws in the wake of recent lapses in the intelligence community.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost alerts us to an important pledge many Americans are taking in the event that Obamacare is approved by Congress.

Tam provides excellent reading on guns and child molesters.

Days of our Trailers comments on the U.N. gun ban thing.

Texas Fred has plenty to say about Pat Robertson's quip concerning Haiti's 'pact with the devil.'

Walls of the City reports that cities in Tennessee claim that 'guns-in-bars hurts tourism.'

Free in Idaho muses on the many reasons he decided to leave Washington state for Idaho.

Pax Parabellum declares that Obamacare is unconstitutional.

Roberta X reports that the Indy 1500 gun show is on for this weekend in Indianapolis.

Alphecca says the Glock is going to introduce adjustable grips.

Mike McCarville reports that the Attorneys-General of more than a dozen states have taken their protest concerning Constitutional problems with Obamacare straight to Washington, DC.

Sebastian says that New Jersey Governor Corzine has signed a bill weakening his 'one gun per month' program.

Robb Allen provides interesting commentary on the practice of strengthening the illegality of what is already illegal.

Say Uncle points out some political reality concerning the NRA.

Bloviating Zeppelin blogs on 3 items of interest in the news--universal voter registration, the push for a 'national stabilizing force,' and the 'council of governors' concept.

Climategate Chapter 2--More Nails in the Coffin of 'Global Warming'

There is news on the Climategate scandal today.

And Columbia Conservative Examiner reports it.

2 articles of major significance provide more damning evidence against the so-called 'scientists' of man-made global warming.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 1/13/2010

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

CNS is reporting that the latest Gallup Poll finds that 58% of Americans OPPOSE ObamaCare while only 37% approve.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost provides a GOA alert concerning Scott Brown in Massachusetts and the ObamaCare bill.

Brigid has another good one today entitled, 'Open Road.'

Gun Nuts posts the wrap-up and downloads from last night's edition of Gun Nuts Radio.

Pax Parabellum reports that Google is so miffed at China over a hacking issue that they may pull out of the country altogether. Good! Maybe now the eggheads at Google will wake up to the facts about Communism.

Vanderboegh notes that the alert he sent out and which I posted in the Roundup yesterday concerning a new Obama executive order was a false alarm. And while this one turned out to be nothing, there is certainly enough 'O' is doing in other areas to cause much consternation.

From Tam: 'The swaggering arrogance is simply breathtaking...'

Sebastian has an interesting post on the Webley Mark IV .38 S&W.

Of Arms and the Law presents David Hardy's excellent review of Justice Stevens' dissent in the Heller case.

Kurt Hofmann wonders if we are wrong in the manner we are going about 'licensed' defensive handgun carry.

From Codrea's Gun Rights Examiner: 'Inaccurate ATF Records Endanger Gun Owners.'

David also reports that Chuck Norris says he has figured out why Obama amended a Reagan executive order concerning INTERPOL. Very interesting theory! Read it all.

The Wandering Minstrel posts a photo of a Carbine with a grenade launcher. Now that is one mean machine right there.

Way Up North has the must-read quote of the day from James Madison on enumerated powers.

Walls of the City provides some excellent photos of a vintage Model 1873 Springfield Trapdoor Rifle.

Western Rifle Shooters Association gives us the goods on Obama, pointing to a Horowitz series demonstrating that 'O' is following the Saul Alinksy model (Rules for Radicals) almost word-for-word.

The Polls--Obama Tanks, Brown Surges, Perry Gallups

Today we take a look at polling trends across the nation in 3 of the most important stories concerning 2010 politics.

Columbia Conservative Examiner examines Obama, Scott Brown of Massachusetts, and Rick Perry of Texas.

This is shaping up to be a most interesting year, and it doesn't look good for Obama and the Democrats.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 1/12/2010

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

Alphecca presents the 'idiot of the day' who wrote an anti-gun screed in a St. Louis newspaper.

Free in Idaho points out an important truth--we don't have a 'gun problem.' We have an inner city CRIME problem.

Breda reminds us of tonight's edition of Gun Nuts Radio.

Kurt Hofmann reports there are now numerous calls for gun bans in St. Louis in the aftermath of the shooting.

Vanderboegh shows us the latest executive order of Barack Obama concerning the formation of a 'council of governors.' Read this and then come back and tell me if you still think that this charlatan's executive orders are 'no big deal.'

Nicki has a must-see video on why government-subsidized risk is a terrible idea.

David Codrea has some stunning news out of New Hampshire concerning its 'Firearms Freedom Act.'

Way Up North posts the quote of the day on gun ownership.

Wow. John Jacob H presents the MUST-see video of the day, and must-read news, on the latest tactic of 'big brother' to spy on American citizens.

Days of our Trailers gives us a glimpse into 'socialism in action.'

Texas Fred publishes a piece written by Frances Rice entitled, 'Harry Reid Must Resign!'

Walls of the City comments on some rather interesting remarks on firearms by an elected representative.

Pax Parabellum has a personal word on 'reciprocity,' but not the kind you might think. A word to the wise...

Say Uncle notes that Walmart is no longer a fan of self-defense. And this reminds me of something I've been wanting to say now for over a year. I have sworn off Walmart. It is no longer the company it once was under Sam Walton. He is, I'm sure, rolling over in his grave concerning what the present management has done to his once great company!

Bloviating Zeppelin reports news from Chicago that should prove once and for all the city is run by imbeciles and thugs. Oh, and did you remember Obama and Rahm Emanuel come from there?

Roberta X calls our attention to the fact that climate scientists at the U.N. NOW say we are headed into a mini ice-age over the next 30 years. If they couldn't adequately predict THIS, then how are we supposed to trust them over their 'global warming' predictions for decades in the future?

Feds Lie; December Jobless Rate Carefully Hides Truth

The Feds have lied to us again about the jobless figures.

Columbia Conservative Examiner reports the story.

Would you have ever known by listening to our government and the news media that in December the job market shrank by 661,000?

Monday, January 11, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 1/11/2010

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

Mike McCarville publishes an excellent column by former Reagan speech-writer Peggy Noonan on the healthcare debacle, entitled, 'A Catastrophic Victory.'

David Codrea provides an informative read on where in America we can do the most good for gun rights.

Brigid posts an excellent primer for the beginner--and a reminder for old hats--on survival when one is lost in the wilderness, along with great tips on increasing one's chances of being 'found.'

Vanderboegh has the latest news on the ATF, including info on the interim director of the troubled organization.

Western Rifle Shooters Association has a riveting must-read of the day.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost has another riveting read concerning 'cashing in on faux science'--the practice perfected by none other than algore.

Kurt Hofmann writes on the campaign to discredit defensive handgun carry. The anti-gun bigots keep coming out of the woodwork in this age of Obama.

Tam reports important news concerning a townhall meeting in Illinois on the CCW issue. Be sure to take a look.

Texas Fred posts a statement from Mexico concerning U.S. immigration reform.

GunRights4US warns that the 2010 midterm elections will be rigged. Fair warning. It is still time to do something about it. We know the game-plan of the enemy.

John Jacob H has a great video on an 'adaptive combat rifle.' Take a look.

Pax Parabellum posts news on the Scott Brown campaign in Massachusetts. This is the guy who is in good position to take Ted Kennedy's vacant seat and put it in the GOP column.

Say Uncle reports the latest on guns in NYC.

Sebastian has the latest on the NRA's motion in the Chicago gun case.

The Newbius Papers provides insightful commentary on 'the party of NO.'

Way Up North comments on Sarah Palin's new job as a Fox News commentator.

The Rustmeister reminds us to be very careful about giving information to 2010 census workers.

Walls of the City has this post that contains one simple truth that we should never forget--dictators prefer disarmed citizens.

Xavier shows some pics of an 'ugly gun' in his series called 'Ugly Gun Sunday.'

Reid's Racism a Symptom of a Deeper Problem

The racism of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is but a symptom of a much deeper problem within the Leftwing.

Columbia Conservative Examiner explains.

The mindset and programs proposed and implemented by the Left are inherently racist. Read for details.