Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Hillary has one talent...

...and that's telling people what she thinks they want to hear. Anything to get elected. whether you call it pandering or lying it amounts to the same thing.

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Heh

Friday, April 29, 2016

There, Fixed It For You

Protesters Rioters clash with cops at California Trump rally
When they are stomping and trying to flip over a police car and throwing rocks it's a riot not a protest. Just saying...

In the interests of full disclosure, I'm not a Trump fan, but I'll vote for him before I let Hillary cake walk into the White House. It's shit like this that will guarantee that vote.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

That's Different...

Usually the cops and military get a pass on this kinda crap and the rest of us get f****d.
The president is opening a new front against gun violence, and it's alarming cops who say they don’t want to be guinea pigs.
I understand their reluctance, but, really, what makes them special. We all want guns that work when we need them to, and not when some politician says they should. I have an idea. Issue them first to the Secret Service. You know, Obama's protection detail.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Steven Crowder and one piece of advice to SJWs.

It comes at the end of the rant.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Offered without comment...

...'cuz it speaks for itself.

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Hillary Clinton is busy telling people what...

...she thinks they want to hear in regard to gun control. Her daughter Chelsea Clinton is telling the truth. This isn't news to anyone unless the Left believes their own bullshit, but they want our guns. Seriously, they do.

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Recently Read

Black Tide Rising edited by John Ringo and Gary Poole

What we have here is more stories from Ringo's zombieverse. We get two bookends by Ringo himself. They are nice little pieces but aren't really enough to get you teeth into. All the stories are readable. My favorites were On the Wall by John Scalzi, How Do You Solve a Problem Like Grandpa? by Michael Z. Williamson, Battle of the BERTs by Mike Massa, and 200 Hundred Miles to Huntsville by Christopher Smith. The others were fine. They just didn't pull me in to the level the others did. Scalzi at Baen was the first surprise. How the hell did that happen? But it was a very funny piece, fit well and came in a close tie with Williamson's. Let's see, gun nut/prepper grandpa versus grand kids worried that grandpa's going nuts them zombies. I'd really like to see Williamson do some more work in Ringo's world. Bottom line is the book is worth the price and holds up well against the novels of the series.

Highly Recommended.

Friday, April 22, 2016

It's what they do.

Lie.

The Brady Bunch are bitching that BearingArms published contact information to harass them. The email addresses and telephone number was obtained from the Brady's own website. Much ado about nothing and anything for a buck.

H/T to Thirdpower.

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Works for Me

If the man can't tell the truth about a simple award,...

...why should I believe anything else he has to say?