Sunday, March 31, 2013


He is Risen

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Thursday, March 28, 2013

The Senate gun bill is...

...essentially Schumer's background check and Gillibrand’s trafficking bills combined. Schumer's transfer language is intact. They should call it the making gun owners into felons act. Here is the bill. Call your representatives and tell them to vote against this trash.

It's not paranoia if they're really out to get you.

If you think that checking someone’s criminal record before he can check out a gun show is common sense, you’ve got to make yourself heard. - President Barack Obama
Wow, background checks before I'm able to exercise my right to freely assemble. What next, Barry? Background checks before a citizen can exercise their right to vote?

H/T to Sebastian.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

You anti-gun politicians just might want... think twice about that polling data you claim says the proles support gun control. Their history of reliability is questionable. Your chances of re-election if you push gun control are as well.

"A bandaid on a bullethole"

Monday, March 25, 2013


A man used his pistol to scare off a burglar then called the police to report same. What do they do? Arrest him for having an unlicensed handgun. He faces three years in jail if convicted. Business as usual in that bastion of freedom called New York City.

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Just Curious...

Since you claim to support the Second Amendment, did you even read the proposed legislation you claim to support before you took Bloomberg's thirty pieces of silver?

On Infohe's Amendment regarding the UN Small Arms Treaty

Inhofe Amdt. No. 139:
To uphold Second Amendment rights and prevent the United States from entering into the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty.
The amendment was approved 53 to 46. I take it as a clear indicator of how Senate ratification vote will go once if Obama signs the treaty. I'm happy to say Senators Hagan and Burr voted yea. In the case of Hagan, maybe the emails and polls have put the fear of gun owners into her. Maybe, but I doubt it.


The endless befuddlement over ‘need’

Liar, Liar...

Bloomberg group launches ad buy to pressure lawmakers as gun control push falters
The only opinion that matters to you Mikey is yours. Your bought polls are designed to give you the answers you want. Senators that want to keep their jobs would be better served to look at another poll of sorts; the record sales of firearms and ammunition.

Saturday, March 23, 2013

I guess they picked the wrong neighborhood.

Two evil gits kicked in the front door of a house in Elm City and ransacked the house. Then they found the homeowner hiding in a closet with her cell phone and pistol. She opened fire with her pistol hitting one in the chest. They both fled across the street to a neighboring house whose owner met them with a revolver. That left the nearby woods, and that's where the deputies found them. One is in jail. The other is in the local hospital and will in time join his friend.


White House withdraws Halligan nomination

He'll turn around and nominate someone equally, but maybe not so obviously, a threat to the Second Amendment.

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Now that's funny.

I'm sorry, the AWB will never die. Even if you drove a stake through that bitch's heart some other blood sucking, bottom feeding Democrat would would bring it back from the dead. Nice fantasy though.

Not Good.

Fourth Circuit Upholds Maryland Restrictive Licensing System for Gun Carrying

The court claims that it’s not deciding whether the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms in self-defense extends to carrying a gun outside the home. Rather, the court concludes that, even if such a right exists, Maryland’s licensing scheme — which requires a “good and substantial” reason for a license to carry and which doesn’t treat a general desire for self-defense as an adequate reason — passes intermediate scrutiny.

But it seems to me that means the court is thereby deciding that the right to keep and bear arms doesn’t extend to carrying outside the home for self-defense. If a court lets the government deny the ability to carry guns outside the home for self-defense to nearly everybody, the court is in essence saying there is no such right to carry.

Intermediate scrutiny huh? This suit was brought by the Second Amendment Foundation. I can't see them taking this as the last word. Here praying the Supreme Court sees it differently.

Woollard v. Gallagher

H/T to Sebastian.

In [formerly] Great Britain...

Britain overturns its constitution in the course of a single generation
Is there any any slippery slope left for those poor bastards?

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Harry Reid has moral principles?

Who knew?

How's it feel?

This is very important to me and I'm not going to lay down and play dead. I think the American people have said in every single public poll that they support this kind of legislation. It's aimed to protect children, to protect schools and malls. It's aimed to dry up the supply of these over time. And it came out on a 10-8 vote of the Judiciary Committee. Not to give me a vote on this would be a major betrayal of trust.
That's rich, Diane. I believe you swore an oath that you would support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic and bear true faith and allegiance to the same. That applies to all parts of the Constitution; not just the parts you like. You've been betraying your oath and the trust of your constituents and the people of the United States since you first term in the Senate.

Fourth Circuit gets it right on Open Carry

The Fourth Circuit says someone open carrying a firearm where it is legal to do so doesn't provide the police with justification, reasonable suspicion, to stop and search you. This now the law in the Fourth Circuit. This is called ammunition. Use it.

H/T to Sean.

United States v. Black

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

A Liberal's response to Tom Kratman's...

...The Left’s 20 Rules of Racism and The Right’s Twenty Rules of Racism [Located in the bottom third of a post about liberal bias in the publishing industry which is worth reading even without LTC Kratman's contribution.]
Oh my god.
Seriously? That's the best you can do?

No Warrant? No Cooperation.

Dad: This Picture of My Son Holding a Gun Triggered a Visit from NJ Police, Family Services
In the People's Republic of New Jersey, police and child services personnel showed up on the doorstep of a gun owner demanding to inspect his firearms. They had neither an arrest nor search warrant. On the advice of his attorney, he told them to piss off. Why? A picture of his son holding a .22 rifle. They threatened, but they left. It's probably not over.

Appears to me the kid is demonstrating proper gun handling etiquette. He and his parents should be complemented.


No charges in case of New Jersey boy pictured with gun
No probable cause. No reasonable suspicion. No crime. No shit.

Now a civil suit by the family might be interesting.

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Scare Tactics

Common Sense my ass.

NRA opposes U.N. small-arms treaty
As should we all.

Any time a prohibitionist uses the term "common sense" check your wallet, count your fingers, and read the fine print because the bastards are out to screw gun owners. Like domestic gun control laws have little to do with reducing gun crime and violence, international gun control will do little to reduce the flow of guns to war torn areas of the globe and instead restrict domestic civilian access to firearms.

Call your Senators and encourage them to vote against ratification of the small arms treaty.

Par for the course.

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Just sue the bastards.

No New Truck for Women Shot During Dorner Manhunt

The Best States for Gun Owners

G&A Ranks the Best States for Gun Owners in 2013
North Carolina is at 19. It sits midway between six other States with the same score. We can still do much better. The elimination of the permit requirement to purchase a handgun would be a fine start.

H/T to Jeff.

Friday, March 15, 2013

Bill Whittle: Making It Hurt



Schumer's "Intolerable Act".

Sebastion and John have provided their evaluations of S. 374, Chucky Schumer's Universal Background Check bill. David Hardy, a noted Second Amendment attorney, also provides his take on the bill. Schumer is definitely up to no good, but we knew that.
Let’s suppose you go shooting in the countryside (or even on your own property, not near your house) with a friend, and you loan them your rifle for a few shots. You just committed a federal crime, and they’ll commit one when they had it back.
That's only one sample of the "gifts" ol' Chucky is attempting to shove down our throats.


Keep your advice, we’ll keep our guns.- Wayne LaPierre

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Bill Whittle: Guns

He has my vote.

In New Jersey, if you call an officious bureaucrat a...

...pencil pusher and cite the Constitution you get arrested and have your guns taken for safekeeping. Petty tyrants always punish the peons who challenge them.
Tar. Feathers.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Next Question.

How prohibitionists engage in their conversation on gun violence.

H/T to John.

Sunday, March 10, 2013


One rebel leader explained that the fighters had led the peacekeepers to the Syria – Jordan border and handed them over as a request to the Red Cross and the United Nations to accept the hostages was turned down. It’s believed neither organisation recognises the Martyrs of Yarmouk group of fighters.
The U. N. wouldn't accept a group of their peacekeepers taken hostage by jihadis because the jihadis didn't belong to a group the U. N. recognized. How fucked up is that? Oh right, its the U. N..

H/T to veeshir.

A Good Samaritan

In Philadelphia, a car with two female passengers stopped. A man, armed with a gun, opened a car door and attempted to rob them. An unknown armed male came to their rescue by opening fire and critically injuring the robber. He then fled the scene. It being anti-gun Philadelphia, and a flip of a coin as to the reaction he would have received for his actions from the local police, I won't argue the wisdom of his getting the hell out of Dodge. I'll just say good damn work.

The Business of Guns

Ninty-eight thousand jobs!

H/T to John.

Live and learn, or don', that is.

What's not said in this story shouts out loud.

Suffice it to say, if your wife is at another man's house, don't kick in the back door [felony]. Don't assault your wife by choking her [felony]. Don't kick in the bedroom door in an attempt to have a frank discussion with the man who has locked himself inside to avoid said frank discussion [suicidal]. Ending the marriage through the courts is a lot less trouble and a lot less painful.

Saturday, March 9, 2013

At least nobody died.

"With the assistance of the instructor, the malfunction was addressed, but the gun misfired and the bullet ricocheted coming back to strike the VISD employee in the left leg," the statement said.
That's dumbshitmediaese for "the VISD employee negligently pulled the trigger and managed to shoot himself in the leg.

H/T to the Duck.


Now we'll see how Rand Paul does against Obama's other drones: the main stream media.

A Musket in the Age of AR-15s

The Colorado magazine ban passes.

Ideology is more important than jobs...and rights

Actions Speak Volumes

Local media outlets report that three senators and three Assembly members met with Remington officials on Wednesday to discuss what they could do to ensure the company keeps its plant in the Herkimer County village of Ilion, where Remington employs about 1,200 people.
The answer should have been repeal the SAFE ACT. Instead, Remington is investing twenty million in their Ilion plant. Remington has no comment. Is there really any need. Actions speak volumes.

Friday, March 8, 2013

The White House calligrapher...

...makes $96,000 a year. There are apparently three of them. Their jobs are sequester proof. So what do they do in their downtime? Maybe they can lead schoolkids on tours of the "people's house". Just saying?

H/T to Tam.


The first grandchild. Countdown minus three weeks.

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Firearms don't accidentally fire themselves.

People negligently pull the trigger. Unintentional does not equal accidental.
School system puts officer program on hold after shot
H/T to Uncle.

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

He's a statesman now.

Hugo Chavez is dead.

...and we thought he couldn't shoot.

One hundred and seventy-seven years ago today...

...Samuel Colt makes the first production-model revolver God created man. Sam Colt made 'em equal.

NRA sponsoring NASCAR

NRA to be title sponsor for NASCAR Cup race in Texas
Straight forward story that amounts to NRA members are in large part the same people who like NASCAR. What's missing is the almost obligatory quote from Ladd Everitte or some other prohibitionist to show balance. Nice change of pace.

Iowa man shoots off finger while cleaning gun

Steven Johnson says he inserted a magazine into the gun Sunday night and racked the slide. The 22-year-old says he did not realize the gun was loaded when he pulled the trigger to make sure it worked.
If you insert a loaded magazine into your pistol and rack the slide, what else would it be but loaded. Oh? you didn't realize the magazine was loaded? You're lucky the only thing you shot was your finger tip.


S-54: Stop Illegal Trafficking of Firearms Act of 2013

More bullshit from the center left.
Senators propose making illegal that which is already illegal and has been so since 1968, and punishable by 10 years in Federal prison
...or there's something in the fine print that will screw us all. Since Leahy's involved, it sure isn't to our benefit.

Monday, March 4, 2013

If I lose my NRA discounts I'll...keep on fighting you prohibitionist bastards.

The prohibitionists are trying to pressure companies to stop giving discounts to NRA members. I've received a discount because I belong to the NRA. I always refuse the magazine because there are better uses for the money. I didn't join the NRA for the discounts. I joined to support them in fighting for our rights. I'm pretty sure I'm in the NRA mainstream on that. The fact that these self-serving, bottom-feeding, prohibitionist gits can't comprehend that says oh so much more about them than us.

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Keep your paw off the trigger until...

Police dog accidentally fires gun into Lawrence home

Ivan then went over to the snowbank and began to paw at the snow. It is believed the dog hit the trigger with his paw discharging a bullet into 82 Crescent St. Officers woke up the residents of the home to make sure no one had been hurt.

You first.

Via Theo.

Now THAT'S funny...

...and if you don't get the reference go here for enlightenment.

Via Borepatch.


Pundit Piers Morgan’s Ratings Plummet
How the free market should work: A talk show host says things his listeners don't like. His ratings go to shit. He's no longer making money for his empyoers. He ends up sitting beside Keith Olbermann in talk show hell. One hopes anyway...

High School Student Disarms Gunman…Gets Suspended?

In Florida, on a school bus, a student pulled a .22 caliber revolver on another student and threatened to shoot him. Three other students tackled and disarmed the armed student. The three students are hailed as, you would think. Actually, they were suspended for being involved in a incident involving a weapon. Seriously.

The students who saved their fellow student ARE heroes, and the school principal or administrator who made the decision to suspend them are an embarrassment and should be fired.

H/T to Glenn.

Friday, March 1, 2013

But you WANT to be.

Obama: 'I Am Not a Dictator. I'm the President.'



In [formerly] Great Britain...

...a sixty-two year old grandfather catches an eleven year old throwing rocks at his house, grabs him, and delivers him to his parents. The cops arrest him for assault. Seriously?

New Glasses

Progressive lenses.


This is going to take some getting used to.

50 Years of Bond