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Saturday, February 13, 2010

Come to the Party--the Emperor Obama Has No Clothes

I gotta tell ya, this is one of the funnest pieces of political satire I have seen in many a day.

And you can find it at Conservative Examiner.

It would be a crying shame if you pass this up. You will nearly roll on the floor from helpless laughter.

But remember, the humor points to a very serious truth concerning Obama and his minions.

Zuckerman/Bloomberg Are Village Idiots Who Need to be Tarred and Feathered

New York media mogul and Democrat Mort Zuckerman may be running for the U.S. Senate--as a Republican so that he can avoid a costly primary.

Zuckerman would be yet another example of a New York RINO who is of no use to conservatives at all. For this reason he deserves to be tarred and feathered for being a village idiot.

By the way, Zuckerman would be following in the path of the man known on The Liberty Sphere as 'the Bastard'--New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg--who is infamous for his notorious attempts to ban all guns.

Bloomberg also switched Party affiliation so he could get elected. Thus, he too is a village idiot who deserves to be tarred and feathered.

Obama Violations of Privacy

This week we got news that Obama wants to track cell phones...calls and locations of ordinary American citizens--you know, the type of thing the Left slit their wrists over when Bush did similar things?

Now, it can be revealed that the TSA is going to be given secret intelligence that 10,000 of its employees can see.

The 'Great O' even said that there is no reasonable expectation of privacy with regard to cell phone conversations and locations. One more impeachable offense?

We Got Snow

South Carolina got hit with yet another snow storm yesterday evening. In this particular area of the state, we have gotten snow or sleet for the last 4 weekends in a row.

This time we got about 4 inches. And another system is moving in on Monday that may bring us more snow.

In the North Carolina Mountains, the snow season has been a ski resort owner's dream. The dozen or so ski resorts from Boone to Gatlinburg, Tenn. have been booming this year. This is like the winters I remember as a boy.

The Mitt Romney Minions are Pitching a Fit

Interestingly, the Mitt Romney minions are pitching a fit over my list of ten questions that need to be asked of the candidate, many of them centering on gun rights.

The most curious comments are those claiming that Romney is 'another Reagan' and the notion that he is the one candidate who can unite conservatives and beat Obama in 2012.

Let me be clear about a couple of things. When it comes to free enterprise (except for RomneyCare), taxes, and economic policy, Romney is clearly an authority. I see him as being an excellent Treasury Secretary.

But President or Vice-President? No. The reasons are clear and have been discussed here many times.

Flying Under the Radar Screen

While we are focusing on other important issues, such as possible conservative candidates for 2012, Climategate, and other serious issues, never forget that the thugs of the Obama Administration, who fly under the radar screen, are busy at work.

Most of the dirty work is done under the cover of darkness, both literally and figuratively.

For example, Obama is planning to use the power of the 'executive order' to implement his policies now that it is clear he cannot force them through Congress. This would be tantamount to high crimes and misdemeanors--yet another impeachable offense.

And don't forget what's happening in the financial sector at the Federal Reserve and the International Monetary least 6 western nations are on the brink of bankruptcy--defaulting on their debt--including the United States. You can bet your last dollar contingency plans are being made for the chaos that will ensue.

If and when we go under, who stands to gain the most? The Federal Reserve, which has bought up most of our debt load, and China. Not good by any stretch of the imagination.

Friday, February 12, 2010

10 Serious Questions for Mitt Romney

The latest Gallup poll shows Romney in the lead as the top contender for the 2012 GOP Presidential nomination.

If this is true, then he needs to answer 10 serious questions. They can be found at Conservative Examiner.

Methinks conservatives are going to be highly suspicious of Romney, if for no other reason than gun rights. But there's more!

Second Amendment News Roundup for 2/12/2010

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

Texas Fred has a very interesting and highly controversial post today on Debra Medina, Ron Paul, and the 9/11 Truther connection.

John Jacob H takes the opposite point of view and says that Glenn Beck 'sucker-punched' Medina on the radio yesterday.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost post 2 important reads today, one being on 'thugs and the Tea Party,' and the other focusing on an urgent alert for Wyoming gun owners.

David Codrea reports that a Tea Party candidate in Mississippi is engaging in some frantic damage control but is causing more damage concerning her views on guns. Codrea also alerts us to the fact that the Feds consider gun owners who open carry to be possible terrorists!

Kurt Hoffman examines whether or not gun prohibitionists are 'singing a new tune.'

Western Rifle Shooters Association says that Mayberry is 'going Galt,' and provides a link to an explanation as to the reasons.

Vanderboegh reports that the acting ATF director is behaving like 'Yosemite Sam' and the stench is reaching the halls of Congress.

Way Up North has even more information concerning Climategate--the gift that just keeps on giving.

Brigid blogs on 'the wilderness within you.' Excellent!

GunRights4US says that the Obama Administration no longer even attempts to hide their unconstitutional acts. Yep, they have gotten pretty doggone brazen.

Tam engages in a bit of snark over the Welsh language. I started to get raving mad as hell (j/k) but then I realized that she is actually giving my ancestors a compliment. They were wild and woolly warriors. Ahem....well, if you go back far enough we ALL were.

The Newbius Papers has 'Dear Barack.' A good read.

Say Uncle calls our attention to Bison Armory. Go take a look.

Sebastian quips that the antis are losing even more of their credibility over the National Parks carry issue.

The Wandering Minstrel has a 2-word message for us--'BE PREPARED!'

OK, folks, it's time to get your weekend started off with a chuckle from the Ol' Broad, as she presents the bestest political cartoons on algore's frozen internets.

Polls Show Striking Trends on Key Issues

Polling data published today shows some rather striking trends that impact voters for the upcoming 2010 midterm elections.

All the news is reported at Conservative Examiner.

Even CBS News and the New York Times note the striking trends in polling data, although Couric tried her best to put a positive spin on the news on behalf of Barack Obama.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Did Glenn Beck Set Up Texas Gubernatorial Candidate Debra Medina?

Today's explosive Glenn Beck radio interview with Texas gubernatorial candidate Debra Medina has set off a firestorm on the Internet.

Some Medina supporters are crying foul. And Conservative Examiner explains why.

I listened to the interview and read the transcripts. Reading the transcripts indicates Medina may have outed herself as a 'truther.' But the audio, in my opinion, seems to possibly indicate otherwise.

You be the judge.

Second Amendment News Roundup for 2/11/2010

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

Mike McCarville reports that a gun-rights protection bill has moved to the House floor in Oklahoma...great news for individual liberties!

Billy Beck has today's MUST-read. I don't agree with all of his points, but he makes a compelling argument about individual liberty that is hard for a freedom-nut like me to refute.

CarTeachO posts a riveting cautionary tale for shooters. Read it all.

Every Blade of Grass is getting married THIS WEEKEND. Congrats, my friend.

Brigid provides essential reading on the consequences of gun control.

Of Arms and the Law comments on the fact that the state of Utah has essentially told the Feds to shove it when it comes to their gun laws. I love it!

Pax Parabellum points the finger to a 'friend' we do not need when it comes to gun rights.

Say Uncle has some links to some 'gun porn'--fine photos of firearms for the gun enthusiast.

Vanderboegh provides a defense of Oath Keepers. Good. This is a group that deserves our respect and honor. They are the ultimate Patriots.

Kurt Hofmann calls our attention to an asinine comment from a 'scholar' who claims that the Fort Hood Massacre was caused by GUNS and not Jihad. Sheesh. I had better keep my mouth shut or else I will offend all my friends.

Standing By notes that apparently throwing snowballs is now considered a felony. Double-sheesh!

Breda provides important reading entitled, 'Be Your Own First Responder.'

Sebastian has news on a pro-gun bill that's moving through the Virginia legislature.

Tam reviews 'the Four Rules' of firearms usage in the context of a case where stupid resulted in death.

Texas Fred reports the explosive news that Texas gubernatorial candidate Debra Medina has committed political suicide. Read it.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost updates us on the Second Amendment march on Washington, DC.

Walls of the City has a video promo of a machine gun shoot in Arizona.

Nicki posts a very thoughtful and powerful read on the subject of patriotism. Good stuff!

The Newbius Papers notes the massive 'corruptocracy' among the American govt bodies and financial institutions.

Way Up North posts some essential truths that are worth considering.

Western Rifle Shooters Association says 'it's the Constitution, stupid!' Don't miss this one!

David Codrea reports that it now can be confirmed that the promoter for the Austin Gun Show was given an ultimatum by the Austin City Police Department. This is a still-developing story in the aftermath of the debacle revolving around police interference at the show.

Report: Tea Party Candidates at Risk from 'Moderate' Republicans

A new report issued today indicates that Tea Party candidates may be at risk from moderate-to-liberal Republicans who have 'crashed the party.'

Read all about it today at Conservative Examiner.

Several explanations can account for this, and, as you will see, there are still very encouraging signs of hope.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 2/10/2010

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

Alphecca reports on the latest example of the bias of CBS News against guns.

Walls of the City provides updated commentary on the McDonald gun case and the NRA.

Texas Fred alerts us to the fact that Israeli warships may be headed to the Persian Gulf.

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

Days of our Trailers has pics of a service pistol from WWII.

Say Uncle discusses the latest tactic of the Obamanoids to refer to critics of O as 'supporters of terrorism.'

Vanderboegh has a praxis post on M-16/M-4 magazines.

Tam gives some excellent advice to Sarah Palin concerning what to write on her palm.

David Codrea reports some highly disturbing news concerning what a cop said about those who open carry.

The Wandering Minstrel shares a collection of excellent photos on wheel guns.

Western Rifle Shooters Association has important reading on 'the revolution that's now in progress.'

Kurt Hofmann reports that a federal court has upheld the ban on the possession of body armor by felons.

Roberta X comments on the notion implied by many in the gun-control movement that gun owners are like sex offenders.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost says it's time to simply let Congress fail and points to some provisions of the Patriot Act which are up for renewal soon.

GunRights4US notes that pure democracy is very dangerous and that our Constitution is designed to prevent it.

Pax Parabellum reports that Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) is sponsoring a money-bomb for Mark Rubio's campaign for the U.S. Senate in Florida.

Nicki has some choice words for Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner.

The Newbius Papers pens the must-read quote of the day on jobs. He hits the nail right on the head.

Way Up North alerts us to important information coming from Alaska--the Anchorage Second Amendment Task Force.

Brigid is bored. And when she is bored she gets into situations like THIS.

Gibbs and WH Press Corps--Trouble in Paradise?

Trouble appears to be brewing between the White House Press Corps and Obama Press Secretary Robert Gibbs.

Read the story at Conservative Examiner.

There are signs the historic honeymoon between leftwing reporters and a leftwing Administration is over.

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Breaking--White House Joins in Palin Mockery

First it was Andrea Mitchell, Joy Behar, Chris Matthews, and other Leftwing nuts. Now it is the White House jumping on the 'mock Sarah Palin' bandwagon over the massive, global, and dreaded 'palm-notes' scandal.

Read the latest, video included, at Conservative Examiner.

This sort of thing causes one to wonder if our elected officials have way too much time on their hands--the state-run media too. Pay cuts are in order.

Second Amendment News Roundup for 2/9/2010

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

David Codrea comments on the legislation in Arizona that would allow citizens to carry concealed without a license, and asks, 'Will Freedom to Carry Concealed in AZ Return State to Wild West?'

Dustin's Gun Blog, which originates in Arizona, provides more on the Arizona gun rights initiatives in the state legislature.

Kurt Hofmann notes that the gun rights movement in INDIA underscores an important point for America.

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

Vanderboegh blogs on the consequences of federal boot-licking on the part of local law enforcement.

Breda did some investigating at the library to see the types of gun books that are on the shelves. A good many of them, if not most, are gun-CONTROL advocacy books!

From Standing By: 'In King, NC, You are Only as Free as the State Says You Are.'

Say Uncle comments on the 'green' commercial during the Super Bowl that has created quite a controversy across the country.

Bloviating Zeppelin has more on this unfortunate ad.

Texas Fred provides commentary on the death of John Murtha. The facts are the facts.

Nicki adds her commentary concerning Murtha.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost has a range report today on the Marlin XL 7 and the 270 Winchester.

From Days of our Trailers: 'Opinion Polls--Getting the Results You Want.' Take a look!

Tam notes that employers are getting hit with a massive tax hike at a time when they can least afford it.

Robb Allen has today's MUST-read on the White House declaration that anyone who criticizes the 'great O' is actually helping Al-Qaeda. I kid you not. Now THAT is way over the top.

Way Up North posts the quote of the day on the progressive movement.

The Rustmeister muses on the Super Bowl win by the Saints, along with some good observations concerning Peyton Manning--a magnificent quarterback.

Brigid writes with a flair as no other. Here she blogs on her thoughts concerning going to Ireland--do yourselves a favor and read it.

Sebastian says that a group known as 'Heeding God's Call' is targeting gun shops. Wonder which god it is that forbids people from engaging in self-defense...just sayin'.

Insight on Freedom has excellent reading entitled, 'The Last Days of the Republic?'

Pamela Geller Appears on Joy Behar's Show to Defend Palin

Talking about making a mountain out of a molehill, the state-run media has been in a feeding frenzy ever since Sarah Palin was 'caught' looking at 'palm notes' during the National Tea Party Convention.

My, what a scandal.

And, as Conservative Examiner reports, national columnist and blogger Pamela Geller went right into the demon's den to take on the Palin-bashers on Joy Baher's television show.

I think Geller did a pretty good job given that out of the four panelists, she was the ONLY one to defend Palin against the aggressive, hateful vitriol of the Leftwing machine.

Monday, February 08, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 2/8/2010

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

Sebastian reports that U.S. Congressman John Murtha, D-Pennsylvania, is dead following complications from gall bladder surgery. He was 77 and had been a supporter of gun rights. The post provides several good links to the story as well.

Brigid has another entry from her trip to Ireland, with lots of photos, which show that driving in some parts of the country is simply dangerous.

David Codrea calls our attention to armed assaults by cops in bars and the lack of clear-headed thinking in these situations.

Vanderboegh reports that Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership has blasted the NRA for elbowing itself into the McDonald case. This is worth the time to read.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost shows why the Obama 2011 budget is a case of epic failure.

Kurt Hofmann issues an urgent plea for gun owners to make their voices heard in the Illinois state capital.

Days of our Trailers also posts this expose on the mentality of gun control legislators in Illinois.

Texas Fred takes apart a writer who claims that Mexico is not as deadly as it was 10 years ago. I smell something rotten in that statement too. The drug lords have made it infinitely more deadly both for Mexico AND the U.S.!

Tam blogs on various and sundry pistols, including Colt, Remington, and S & W.

Way Up North reports on his morning at the shooting range.

Nicki comments on the fact that the scientist in the middle of the Climategate scandal says he wanted to commit suicide.

Standing By asks an excellent question--'How Many Guns are Enough?'

The Newbius Papers provides the quote of the day.

From Say Uncle: 'State of Emergency: Ban Gun Sales, Carry.' Important reading!

John Jacob H posts a video from the town in NC that suspended the Constitution...because of a...snowstorm.

Pax Parabellum reports news on the Census and wonders if gov't has any sense.

Free in Idaho quotes from an observer of the economy who says, 'The world has never seen a crash of this magnitude.'

21 Guns Salute offers up must-read commentary on an potential 'early valentine gift' from the federal government.

Alphecca reports interesting news that a bill in West Virginia would allow concealed carry without a license.

Traction Control posts a previously-unseen amateur video of the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster...interesting.

Is Sarah Palin the New Voice of the GOP?

Fresh from her spirited keynote address at the National Tea Party Convention, Sarah Palin appears to have been anointed by detractor Andrea Mitchell from NBC News as the new national voice in American politics.

And that prompts this new article at Conservative Examiner.

The article takes a balanced approach toward Palin, acknowledging her detractors while reporting the facts concerning her powerful presence on the national stage.

Sunday, February 07, 2010

2012: Would Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels and Congressman Paul Ryan Make a Winning Team?

2 names have come before me that are of interest when it comes to 2012 Presidential politics--Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels and Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan.

Conservative Examiner takes a look at the depth of ideas these 2 gentlemen have put forth as alternatives to the big-government, tax-and-spend initiatives of Obama and company.

Some think the 2 would form an excellent winning ticket for 2012. What do you think?

The Palin Speech at the National Tea Party

Some within our conservative ranks do not like Sarah Palin. A good many, on the other hand, like her immensely.

Here is a video of her speech at the National Tea Party.

You be the judge.

I do know that very few politicians have taken as strong a stand on gun rights as Sarah Palin...perhaps only Fred Thompson and Ron Paul have come close.

News on National Tea Party Movement

The National Tea Party Convention was held in Nashville, Tennessee this weekend, and by all accounts it was a great success. Sarah Palin, of course, was the keynote speaker last evening, and she offered up some red meat for conservatives with regard to Obama and his policies.

Mike McCarville posts the results of a national survey on the Tea Party movement. A 51% majority say it is a serious movement with a definite impact on the electorate. Click at the link for some more interesting responses.

Combat Knives, Binoculars, and Multiple Magazine Holders

Mike Vanderboegh has a wealth of information for those interested in surviving in a national emergency. These are excellent praxises:

Combat Knives


Multiple Magazine Holders