Friday, November 17, 2017

A Bipartisan Bill

Senators introduce bipartisan gun background check bill
I've not seen the actual wording in the bill but Feinstein and Murphy are involved and that makes it suspect. If they are involved they'll be something in it meant to screw gun owners. If I'm paranoid, it's the prohibitionists that made me so.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

The Blood Dancing is On-Going....

They'll just add this one to the queue.
Gunfire near Calif. elementary school leaves several dead, children wounded
He was already a prohibited person in a state with some of the strictest and stupidest gun control laws in the nation, yet it happened there. As others are prone to say, "unpossible".

From the land of the perpetually offended...

Knox College Cancels Play with Asian Characters over ‘Whitewashing’ Concerns

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Current Events

Friday, November 10, 2017

Bill Whittle: GUNS. CNN and SUTHERLAND SPRINGS

More on the rifle used to stop the bad guy in the Texas Church shooting

ANTI-GUNNERS STYMIED BY FACTS IN TEXAS SHOOTING, SAYS CCRKBA
Tuesday, November 7th, 2017

BELLEVUE, WA – As more facts emerge from the tragic Sutherland Springs, Texas church shooting, gun prohibitionists and their cheerleaders in the media are stymied in their efforts to exploit this case, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said today.

“The perpetrator’s rampage was stopped by a law abiding citizen, using an AR15-type rifle,” noted CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb. “The shooter bought his guns at retail and passed background checks because the military failed to forward his criminal records to the National Instant Check System. Now it is being reported that the gunman once escaped from a mental health facility in New Mexico.

“Isn’t it ironic,” he mused, “that a private citizen, who the anti-gunners would prefer to be defenseless, used a rifle that gun control extremists have tried to ban with the claim that such guns do not belong in civilian hands?”

Gottlieb noted that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton told two different cable news networks that adding more gun control laws that penalize honest citizens and interfere with their right of self-defense is not the answer.

“We stand in agreement with Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton who told both MSNBC and Fox News that Kelley had already violated laws against murder, so another gun law would not prevent this from happening,” Gottlieb said. “Sunday’s incident proves that the kind of gun controls advocated by politicians and anti-gun groups would have prevented the heroic actions of Stephen Willeford and Johnnie Langendorff, and may have allowed the shooter to continue his rampage.

“Mr. Willeford’s heroic intervention and his pursuit of the wounded madman, with Mr. Langendorff, is exactly what the Second Amendment is about,” Gottlieb observed. “They followed the killer and kept him covered with a semiautomatic rifle until lawmen arrived.

“America is blessed to have men like these,” he said. “But gun control extremists? Not so much.”

...and that answers THAT question.

The weapon that Willeford used to engage the nut job down in Texas "appeared to an AR-15".

Thursday, November 9, 2017

God is an Iron

No bond for man who shot himself in penis while robbing hot dog stand
He tucked his pistol in his pants as he fled and didn't take his finger off the trigger. Oops.

An NRA Member with a Gun...

Robin Masters has Left the Room

John Hillerman, Higgins on 'Magnum, P.I.,' Dies at 84
Huh, I thought he left us already. Damn shame. He was great in Magnum, P.I..

Never Let A Crisis Go To Waste

The blood's hardly dry and...
Senate Dems introduce bill to ban assault weapons, bump stocks
At least this time they're saying what they mean. Ban bump stocks and every other gun we can manage. Better damn well be dead on arrival. Call your Senators and give 'em what for.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017