Saturday, August 31, 2013

I think there's a lawsuit there...

Apparently, in San Antonio, if someone is made uncomfortable by you sitting at a Starbucks doing nothing but sipping your coffee with an unloaded rifle propped against the chair, that's disorderly conduct.
San Antonio police Chief William McManus explained Texas law also provides that if anyone feels threatened by the open display of weapons, the person carrying can be charged with disorderly conduct.
Now that's a gift to the prohibitionists.

What happens when the prohibitionists...

...advertise their rallies? They get outnumbered.

Bill Whittle: First, the Grotesque

On changes in the NFA Trusts

From Comments
Anonymous said...

Based on one of these ex orders the atf has already stated they want CLEO sign off on ALL nfa items, be it a trust or individual. Problem is most CLEO refuse to sign, hence the trust route. The atf still does a background check on the trustee of the trust (I have 4 nfa checks pending since January 2013 that I am still waiting on completion for, and I work or the DOJ !!!) but the request for CLEO sign off will keep thousands of legal gun owners from purchasing NFA weapons. All this at a time when my state (NC) just relaxed their NFA laws by making trusts 100% legal, and allowing the use of suppresors for hunting.



If You Send Your Kid to Private School, You Are a Bad Person
...and being a typically liberal twit you'd no doubt find things like this...
‘Brutal and Vicious’: Armed German Police Storm Homeschooling Family’s House and Forcibly Seize Children, Report Claims
...perfectly acceptable, because that's the only way you're going to get many parents to subject their children to the so called education offered in the public schools.

And yes, I'm a home schooler. If anyone is gonna indoctrinate my kids, its gonna be me.

Friday, August 30, 2013

Community Service

In Charlotte NC, a local thug enters a convenience store armed with a forearm in an attempted armed robbery. The thug jumps the counter and pistol whips the clerk. The clerk defends himself and shoots the thug dead. The Castle Doctrine applies in your workplace in North Carolina. I'd be surprised if there are charges, even in Charlotte.

H/T to Stranger.


Thursday, August 29, 2013

An error in victim selection.

Tables Turn on Fontaine Avenue Robbery Suspects
Now that's funny.

So What?

NAACP Turning Over Petition To Pressure DOJ On Trayvon Martin Case

Dom Raso: Background Checks?

Never, never, never a moments peace.

GRNC Alert: 08-28-13 - Macon County School Board Considers Unlawful Gun Ban
In a perfect world the AG for North Carolina would inform the Macon County Public Schools attorney they are in potential violation of the law and initiate the lawsuit himself, but instead we live in North Carolina and our AG in a Dem.

Worthless Bastard.

Obama signs two new executive orders. Neither is anything but a middle finger to gun owners and a sop to the prohibitionists. Neither will do a thing to effect criminal access to firearms only honest gun owners. When is the last time a fifty year old semi-automatic battle rifle was used in a crime?
One new policy will end a government practice that lets military weapons, sold or donated by the U.S. to allies, be reimported into the U.S. by private entities. The White House said the U.S. has approved 250,000 of those guns to be reimported since 2005; under the new policy, only museums and a few other entities like the government will be eligible to reimport military-grade firearms.

The Obama administration is also proposing a federal rule to stop those who would be ineligible to pass a background check from skirting the law by registering a gun to a corporation or trust. The new rule would require people associated with those entities, like beneficiaries and trustees, to undergo the same type of fingerprint-based background checks as individuals if they want to register guns.

So much for the Korean Garands.

UPDATE: Sebastian has commentary here on the matter. All I can say is since when has Obama let a little thing like the law get in his way. Well?


It's petty and in the end ineffectual, which might be an epigram for Obama.

At least we don't have to worry about gang thugs wandering around with CMP Garands in their pants. I've never tried shooting an M1 while holding it sideways. Wonder how that would work out.

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

What do I know?

We have this murderer, Assad, on one side, and rebel forces dominated by Al-Qaeda on the other. Ya know, the guys who murdered Americans on 9/11. So why should we care one damn bit who wins. Unless we're striking both sides, whatever we do, we lose. Just saying...

Custer at the Alamo

The blurb reads...
Sent 40 years into the past by a spell of Chief Sitting Bull, General George Custer and the Seventh Cavalry join Davy Crockett to fight at the Alamo against Mexican forces led by General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna.
For $2.99 I figured I could take the chance. I'm glad I did. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Well researched. Good plot. Good characterizations. It compares favorably to Conroy, Flint, and Turtledove. I'd really like to see more.

Monday, August 26, 2013

That's one hell of a pistol...

...since to read this story you'd think it discharged itself without any human involvement.
A gun belonging to a York County Sheriff’s Office deputy accidentally discharged Monday night outside York High School, authorities say.


The deputy, who is the school’s resource officer, was among four people in the vicinity at the time, the spokesman said. Authorities say the deputy has been placed on administrative leave, and another school resource officer has been assigned at York High.

At the least, I'm pretty sure there was a finger involved there somehow...and a deputy...and an unholstered duty weapon. Just saying...

Don't bring a knife to a gunfight.

In Florida, an armed robber used a knife to threatened a pizza delivery guy and demand his cash. The pizza delivery guy shot him dead. The pizza guy works for Dominoes. Wonder if he'll have a job tomorrow.

Sunday, August 25, 2013

NYTimes: The FBI's system for background checks sucks...

...unless, of course, its used for firearms purchases, then its bloody wonderful. Hypocrites.

H/T to Bubba.

Of course he is...

Conservatives accuse Obama of packing key court to 'rubber stamp' agenda
...and Harry Reid will do whatever necessary to make it happen.

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Mother faces charges after accidentally shooting self in Wake Forest

In Wake Forest, a mother with a concealed carry permit who was in a retail store had her pistol in her purse. When her two year old reached into her purse she grabbed the weapon. The pistol discharged discharged into her hand. It is unclear from the story whether she, her child, or shifting an unholstered weapon in a purse containing other objects caused the weapon to discharge. According to the story the woman is expected to be charged with failure to secure a firearm from a minor.

For what its worth,* It seems to me that whether the police can make it stick will hinge on whether the child discharged the firearm or not since that's required by the statute.

Anyway, the lady needs to keep her weapon in a sleeve or holster when its in her purse.

* Not much in that I'm not an attorney.

[UPDATE] No charges.

Presidential Motto

Well, it should be.

Friday, August 23, 2013

I guess he's doing something right.

Obama on CNN: Congress Has Two Jobs, But Too ‘Worried About’ ‘Rush Limbaugh’ to Do Them
Pissing off the President, that is.


Ben Affleck Is The New Batman

Just Because...

...she's got such a beautiful smile.

Well, don't she?

Does it matter if you hold an anti-gun rally and no one comes?

Not as long as a co-operative press shows up. This Bloomberg bus stop in Richmond managed to attract 15 followers and a ton of press. If there were counter protesters the story didn't mention it. That's the cost of keeping the locations secret until the last minute. You do keep gun owners away and control the narrative, but your side doesn't know where to go either.

Get your terms straight, buddy.

It’s not about gun control, it’s more about commonsense gun-safety legislation.’
That's called gun control to anybody but a Bloomberg apparatchik. Ya know, like you Rev. Knight.

M&P SHIELD Safety Alert and Inspection Prodedure

H/T to John.

Private Schools Arms Staff

“Staff is armed and trained,” reads a sign posted outside the Arkansas Christian Academy in Bryant, Ark. “Any attempt to harm our children will be met with deadly force.”
Dustin McDaniel, the Democrat Attorney General of Arkansas, has barred public schools from doing the same. Don't let the fact that gun free zones haven't worked anywhere else hinder you from the same failed policy Mr. Attorney General.

H/T to Bubba.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Gun Safety Advocates my...

Gun control advocates look to elect change
I guess WRAL didn't get the hint in that they call you what you are instead of the gun safety advocates you pretend to be. If anti-gun pols gain seats in 2014 it won't be because of gun control but the ham-handedness of the current Republican majority. Its their's to lose.


Failure to Fire

We're the Millers


Wednesday, August 21, 2013

So when do you start advocating for...

...disarming the military and law enforcement in addition to the rest of us? Well you said anyone.

These evil gits hate guns so much that they don't want anyone to have the tools to defend the lives of themselves or others.

H/T to Robb and Uncle.

...and if anybody cares?

Clint Eastwood has stepped in to direct Chris Kyle's American Sniper after Steven Spielberg and Dreamworks pulled out. I think it will be a better movie for it.

No Affinity For the Truth

The CSGV has produced a video that purports to reenact the Trayvon Martin shooting. Its relationship to the truth is tenuous at best, much like CSGV's connection to reality.

Legal Insurrection pulls it apart here.

H/T to Sebastian.

Don't mess with old men...

In Iowa, a fugitive broke into a retired couple's home and held them for four hours or until the 71 year old home owner had enough, was able to get to his shotgun and bring the incident to a satisfactory conclusion. He shot the bugger. The retired couple was unharmed. The intruder, not so much.

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Ax Vs. Firearm: Really Bad Idea.

In Montgomery County Texas, following a disturbance at a nearby house, an ax wielding man drove through the neighbor's yard threatening the family. He then parked his vehicle, removed an ax, threatened the homeowner and family as he advance on him with said ax. The homeowner shot him. The matter is under investigation, but seriously, this was in Texas.

Mark Steyn for Senate?

He might not win but it'd be a hell of a ride.

If I lived in New Hampshire I'd vote for him.

Saturday, August 17, 2013

I don't trust Chris Christie at all.

I won't vote for him, but I will give credit however little is due.
Bill to ban 50-caliber weapons vetoed
...because, well, they aren't used in crime in and banning them would place an undue burden on those who use them for recreation. Since I don't think there is anything behind this but a possible run for President, the credit due is small indeed.

Then again, his actions did drive the gun prohibitionists bat shit crazy and that's worth something if only for entertainment value.

Friday, August 16, 2013

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Tuesday, August 13, 2013


Monday, August 12, 2013

Home Invader shot

In Raleigh, an armed intruder was shot and killed by the also armed apartment resident. The matter is under investigation. Castle doctrine should prevail.

Sunday, August 11, 2013

The Rockland Times Editor...

...who published a map with the names addresses of gun permit owners in three New York counties has been fired. Her firing seems to have been only one of many in a reduction in force within Gannet Company Inc. rather than a response to the charlie foxtrot embarrassing aftermath of the maps publication. Oh well...

Saturday, August 10, 2013

Phony Scandals

Slippery Slope

I've always thought Obamacare was intentionally designed to be a burden on Americans so that single-payer would seem a better alternative.
Reid says Obamacare just a step toward eventual single-payer system
Defund it.

Washington extends the bureaucratic finger... the American people. What does it matter? After all it's only a "phony scandal".
IRS official who oversaw Cincinnati exempt operations office during scandal gets promotion

Friday, August 9, 2013

No end in sight to US embassy closures

I don't pretend to be an expert on foreign policy, but it strikes me that this kind of response sends a bad message. More Marines. Now that would have sent the proper message.

Just Because

Four months old.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Now that's...


Bad Aim?

In Virginia, a driver shoots himself in the groin when two guys question his driving habits and he pulls his .45. Two thoughts come to mind.
  1. The story claims the gun accidentally discharged into the dumb shit's driver's groin. While I'm sure he didn't intend to shoot himself, I'm also sure his finger was involved in the discharge of the gun. 
  2. I seriously doubt we'd be so lucky that his shot took him out of the gene pool. That would be a happy ending.
H/T to David.

First Lady: Barack's Working to Free Americans from 'Any Form of Public Assistance'

The Truth About Gun control

Monday, August 5, 2013

An unintended consequence of amnesty?

Millions Of People Will Suddenly Find Themselves Eligible To Buy Guns

New members of the gun culture. Ok. So that's at least one potential upside to immigration reform.


Friday, August 2, 2013

Read This.

On Profiling and Stand Your Ground
Lots of good advice to consider.

The laugh is on us.

Congress Gets Its Own Obamacare Waiver
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