Sunday, June 30, 2013

The Stupid, It Hurts!

Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

What a maroon!

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Bill Whittle: Mr. Virtual President on Gay Marriage

On the button as usual.

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people. - Tenth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution

Blood on the Streets!

A state judge blocked Mississippi's open-carry gun law from taking effect next week, writing in a Friday ruling that the law was vague and that an injunction was needed to prevent irreparable harm.
If his reasoning seems kinda vague Jody Owens, an attorney for the Southern Poverty Law Center, cleared it up.
"The plaintiffs are trying to stop mayhem. We're looking at a wild, wild West scenario," Owens said.
Only one problem with that argument Jody. You prohibitionist twits have been pulling that argument out of your ass for decades and it has yet to come true. Obviously, y'all believe if you tell a lie often enough, people will believe it...

...and of course the Southern Poverty Law Center and disinformation go hand in hand.

Friday, June 28, 2013


Wednesday, June 26, 2013


Photos of Bullets Sliced in Half by Sabine Pearlman

They don't want this case tried in the press...

...unless they're the one's trying it.
Prosecution attempts to silence Jared Marcum with gag order; reporter covering story threatened with arrest
Sorry guys, there's no way you guys are getting out of this one without looking like officious pricks.

UPDATE: Charges dismissed!.

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

HB 937: Keep the Pressure On

The North Carolina Sheriff's Association is having to resort to disinformation in it's arguments against the permit provisions.
It Is Time To Demand Concurrence On HB 937
Call your elected officials and keep the pressure on.


I ain't watching it. Too many breakables in the house. Just tell me how it turns out.

Bloomberg: Why spend your own money when...

...your can charge it to the taxpayer.
Sneaky Anti-Gun Fanatic Bloomberg Spending NYC Tax Money on Gun Efforts in Nevada

Monday, June 24, 2013

Saturday, June 22, 2013

We crashed a MAIG party...

...and fun was had by all.

Except maybe for the guys across the street. They seems kinda miffed that we were there at all.

Seriously, they had advance notice of the MAIG bus drive by and didn't have any more people present than we did. For short notice, we did good. They might have done better had the bus showed.

Friday, June 21, 2013


Day by Day

Take a sip of your coffee, Set the cup down.

Now, read.

Counter-Protest anyone?

What: No More Names Rally
When: Saturday, June 22nd, 10:00 AM.
Where: Moore Square Park
200 South Blount Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
Update: It's at 9:00 a.m.

Thursday, June 20, 2013

It's not often you actually see a journalist...

...use the word negligence when writing about negligent discharges by law enforcement or government bureaucrats, but then this paper does lean hard to the right.
IRS Agents ‘Accidentally’ Discharged Guns 11 Times, Possible Injuries
I posted on this story originally, here.

Shooting himself in the foot.

Maybe Mikey should list himself as a victim of gun violence.
Oops: Bloomberg's Gun Control Group Also Lists Cop Killers As Victims

That's pretty damn funny.

Anyone know if President Obama intends to perform background checks on the Syrian rebels before providing them weapons? - Senator Ted Cruz

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Masters of PR

Gun-control group’s list of victims of gun violence includes … Tamerlan Tsarnaev

Bloomberg wants "Public Health Research" on gun violence.

In the past this so called research has been nothing more than propaganda for the control movement with the outcome predetermined by the politics of the researchers. So tell me Mikey, why I should let these guys propagandize at the taxpayers expense? You want it. Pay for it yourself.
The Problem With the 'Public Health Research on Gun Violence' That Obama Wants You to Pay For

No wonder she pled the Fifth.

George F. Will: There's more, much more, to the Lois Lerner story

Sunday, June 16, 2013

I was expecting this.

NC Sheriffs' Associaton Threatens Passage Of HB 937
The current permit system in North Carolina is "may issue". The sheriff of a county gets to decide who gets a permit, who doesn't, and how many. They also get the fees paid for the permits. I doubt the money is the issue but the power. Sheriff's aren't law enforcement. They're politicians. Ever know a politician willing to give up power?

Make your phone calls.

I guess he's responsible for the increase as well.


Man of Steel

Easily, the best movie I've seen this year.  It's worth the nine bucks for the ticket.

I may add to this later.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

The new addition

Sig Sauer P229

In [formerly] Great Britain...

LEGO figures are getting angrier
The wussification of Great Britain continues apace. Seriously, these guys have way too much time on their hands.

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

I guess the question is...

...whether losing 100,000 followers on Twitter because you make a comment on gun safety, not "gun safety" as a euphemism for gun control but real gun safety, is indicative of the current level of support for the gun control movement. That's a lot of twits.
Actress Katee Sackoff urges gun safety on Twitter, loses half her followers
UPDATE: She lost 100,000, but has already gained 40,000 back.

Still waiting...

...on SB 226: Repeal 1935 Durham Co. Firearm Act.

I know. Patience. I ain't got much. I've been living under this threat all my life. It's time the Legislature started treating Durham like we have the same rights as the rest of the state.

Well, that's surprising.

The North Carolina Senate has amended House Bill 937 a lot of good ways. Per Sean:
  • Pistol purchase permits would be eliminated.
  • Park carried rules clarified, in our favor
  • Guns in locked vehicles on ALL school properties. Now you can drop your little one off at school while carrying and not be a felon!
  • CHP records no longer public records. No more newspapers snooping on you
  • An end to the ban on firearms at parades and funerals, if you have a CHP
  • CHP holders can carry in “Assemblies that charge admission,” such as theaters.
  • Silencers legal for hunting.
The elimination of pistol purchase permits is one I've wanted to see gone a long time. Pistol permits in North Carolina are "may issue". Sheriffs have a enormous amount of latitude in to whom they issue them. All of the new amendments are guaranteed to ruin a prohibitionist's day, night, week, or month. That is always a good thing.

Monday, June 10, 2013

Unknown Worlds #3

Every once in a while I come across a comic book cover that appeals to me for whatever reason. Case in point. The artist is Ogden Whitney. Unknown Worlds #3 was published in 1960.

Looks like his marksmanship...

...was good enough. His judgement? That's another matter.

H/T to Tam.

Sunday, June 9, 2013

1984 2013

Now that's funny.

We wanted a president that listens to all Americans - now we have one”- Jay Leno

We must have imagined it.

But how could this happen? California has had an assault weapons ban since 1989, progressively tightened over a decade. This law has been on the books, and enforced, since the killer was born. The only lawful way for a Californian to possess a high-capacity magazine is if he owned it before 2000 – when the killer was eleven years old. California passed a firearms-transfer background check requirement that took effect on January 1, 1991, which checks not only for felony and violent misdemeanor convictions and pending charges, but also for involuntary mental hospital commitments. Even if you are only held for 72 hour observation and then determined to be not crazy enough for longer term treatment, you are ineligible to possess a firearm for five years. The shooter was 24– unless he was hospitalized between 18 and 19, he could not have legally purchased any firearm. You can’t drive across the border into Arizona or Nevada to legally buy a gun; federal law prohibits such transfers unless your state of residence allows such transfers — and California does not.
The efficacy of gun control in one paragraph.

I'm pretty sure IT didn't just fire...

...without there being a finger somewhere on the trigger.

Unfortunate, isn't it?

New quote on...

...sidebar by Samuel Adams.

H/T to Kurt.

Friday, June 7, 2013

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Bill Whittle: Happiness

We have no rights the government is bound to respect...

...and the Washington Post and New York Times have a problem with that, unless it involves the Second Amendment.

Like us, only better.

That's just...stupid.

In Washington, a teacher tells students it is OK to bring NERF guns to school for a science experiment. They get suspended. H/T to David.

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Overkill anyone?

In Maryland, an 11 year old boy was suspended for talking about guns on the school bus. There were no threats or bullying envolved. He talked about wanting to protect his class mates from a Newtown type incident. He was interviewed by the principal and a Deputy. The deputy wanted to search the home without a warrant. The boy was suspended for 10 days. The suspension was later reduced to one day. Overkill anyone?

This occurred last December. The father decided to make the incident public after he heard about this.

Kerry says US will sign UN treaty on arms regulation despite lawmaker opposition

...but then you have to get it ratified. That's two thirds of the Senate Mr. Kerry, but then you should know that...right?

Monday, June 3, 2013

Colorado Senate President John Morse...


Another Statesman.

Long overdue.
New Jersey Sen. Lautenberg Dead at Age 89

Now You See Me.

The writers cheat. That's all I have to say. Save your money.

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Why not both?

It is a frightening thing to realize that your top law enforcement officer, the Attorney General of the United States, is a little bit of a Fredo.

But that's what we're faced with as America discovers that Eric Holder either flat-out lied to Congress, or he's too damn stupid to be the AG.

Maybe he's dumb enough to lie and think he won't get caught.

That pesky word "but".

In [formerly] Great Britain, a shopkeeper was threatened by police with arrest if he didn't remove from his storefront a t-shirt on which was printed the slogan Obey Our Laws / Respect Our Beliefs / Or Get Out of Our Country. the police said it might incite racial hatred.
Newport city councillor, Majid Rahman said: “I believe in freedom of speech and defend his rights to say what he wants, but* once it starts offending people then it’s a police matter and it’s up to them whether they think it’s broken any laws.”
When whether you offend is determined by the police then you don't have free speech and when a councilman says he believes in free speech but not if it offends then he doesn't. Me, I've never seen the point of free speech if I'm not allowed to offend, and if you think such we here in the US of A are free of similar ideological idiots, we're not.
 *emphasis mine.