Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Are Republicans "People" to a Leftist?

Happy Halloween

That would give anybody a fricken nightmare.

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

A Good Guy with a Gun

In Alabama, a father and his kids were in a McDonald's when a gunman entered the restaurant and opened fire.
The father then opened fire on the gunman, fatally wounding him. The unidentified dad and one of his kids, a minor, were also struck, but do not have life-threatening injuries.
The gunman is answering to his maker, and those injured will recover. Nobody dies but the asshole who needed to. That's a win.

Monday, October 29, 2018


Sunday, October 28, 2018


He opens his mouth and stupid comes out. He is the gift that keeps on giving.

Blood Dancing

Democrats Use Mass Shooting At Pittsburgh Synagogue To Demand Gun Control
The usual suspects peddling the same old shit. Go figure.

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Of Course

Shannon Watts Calls for More Gun Laws Before Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Facts Known
Blood dancing is the Left's primary past time.

Mass Shooting in Pittsburg... a local synagogue. Shooter in custody. Details at the link.
At Least 10 Dead and Officers Shot in Saturday Morning Attack on Pittsburgh Synagogue
Beyond that I'll hold my opinion until we get some facts.


Synagogue mass shooting in Pittsburgh

Friday, October 26, 2018

It's What They Do...

Law of Self Defense: Media Mangles “Stand-Your-Ground” Law Yet Again
I doubt I have to tell anyone reading this the di'sfference between "castle doctrine" and "stand your ground". I don't have to tell the author of this article either. He knows the difference. Liar.

Current Events: Michael Ramirez Edition

It's What They Do...

Nolte: NBC News Hid Information that Would Have Cleared Kavanaugh of Avenatti Rape Allegations
Democrat operatives with bylines. So, why believe a word out of the mouths of any of them. They are known by their actions.

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Recently Read

Mutineer and The Little Ships by J. A. Sutherland

These are two and three in the series. In the first New London is now at war with another Star Nation and Carew has been placed on a ship whose Captain is intent on driving her from the service even if he has to kill her to do it. The next finds her caught up in the shenanigans of the Foreign Office and their attempts to cause turmoil within the borders of their enemy. All of these books have a Horatio Hornblower feel to them with strong David Weber and David Drake influences. All them are damn good reads with strong plots and excellent characterizations. I've been reading them up back to back. I can't recommend them enough.

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Why Does This Not Surprise Me

The Problem With the FBI's 'Active Shooter' Data

Mail Bombs

This close to the midterms, I have many thoughts on this, but unlike the usual suspects, I'll keep them to myself until we get something called evidence. Ya know, that thing the Left cares nothing for anymore.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

To The Stupid Party

Don't get cocky. You're still in a battle.
Six Reasons Republicans Should Still Worry About the Midterms


We'll see if it makes a difference.
The Supreme Court Has a Chance to Enforce Heller
We've been waiting for years. Go with the stronger case. A few more months won't matter.

Monday, October 22, 2018

What if it's Chocolate Milk?

Got Racism? PETA Says Milk Is a Symbol for White Supremacists.
When everything is racist, nothing is.

Problems That Aren't

My guess is they're afraid it might interfere with Left/Anifa/Democrat efforts to intimidate voters.
Gun Control Group Urging People to Text Authorities and Report Armed Citizens

Sunday, October 21, 2018

For What It's Worth

Snapshot: Majority in U.S. Now Oppose Ban on Assault Rifles
Nobody cares what a poll says unless it supports their position. Politicians intent on stripping Americans of their rights aren't going to stop even if we kick them to the curb. At best it gives us hope that we might start that kicking to the curb bit.

Saturday, October 20, 2018

Recently Read

Uncharted by Kevin J. Anderson and Sarah A. Hoyt

Halley's Comet exploded sometime 16th century and magic was possible again. The down side was that North America was cut off from Europe so history branched off from what we know. Now in 1804 the Sorcerer Ben Franklin contracts Lewis and Clark to form an expedition to find a route to the Pacific to determine whether Europe can be reached the long way round, and there is evil magic afoot in the Western lands. They are tasked to investigate that as well. Anderson and Hoyt are both fine writers on their own and work very well together. It's a good read and I enjoyed it very much. I think it is potentially the first in a series. I hope so. It is good stuff. Highly Recommended.

Friday, October 19, 2018

Does "Beto" Actually Know the State He Lives in?

Beto O’Rourke: Texas Should Lead National Conversation for Gun Control
Yeah, I'm guessing not as well as he thinks. November 6 will tell the tale.

Maybe Kavanaugh will pay off sooner than we thought

Continuing Fight to Protect Second Amendment Rights, Attorney General Jeff Landry Leads 17-State Coalition Against Overreaching Gun Restriction

BATON ROUGE, LA – With federal court decisions impacting Louisiana people, regardless of where the lawsuits originate, Attorney General Jeff Landry is leading a 17-state coalition against a New York City gun restriction which threatens Second Amendment protections.

In an amicus brief filed today, General Landry’s coalition asks the United States Supreme Court to consider the permitting scheme’s burden on Second Amendment rights, the full extent of those rights, and the applicability of those rights to self-defense outside the home.

“The restrictive policies memorialized in New York City’s ‘premises permit’ scheme unduly burdens the Second Amendment rights held by all Americans,” said General Landry. “Criminalizing travel with a securely stored firearm creates an imbalance in our federal system that weighs against lawful exercise of the Second Amendment inside and outside of New York City.”

The terms of New York City’s pricey permit prohibit removing any firearm from the home with two exceptions, practicing at a range in the city or hunting in the state - and hunting requires authorization from the city’s police department. To remove a firearm from the home for any other purpose requires a separate, yet similarly expensive “carry” permit that is very difficult to obtain.

In their legal brief, General Landry and his counterparts argue that New York City did not show sufficient cause to burden citizens’ gun rights in their pursuit of crime prevention and public safety, both of which are frustrated by restricting licensed and trained gun owners from carrying outside their homes. This restriction has the practical implication of leaving thousands of firearms in unoccupied homes, where they are of no use to their lawful owners when faced with dangerous situations.

“The need for self-defense is not limited to the home and the right to possess a firearm should not be either,” said General Landry. “From self-defense to hunting, the lawful exercise of our Second Amendment rights should be fully supported.”

New York City’s regulation not only offends the Second Amendment and other constitutional protections, but it also poses a serious economic burden. “New York’s regulatory scheme discriminates against interstate commerce because it ‘deprives out-of-state businesses of access to a local market’ by forbidding its citizens from hunting and patronizing ranges outside the State with their own guns,” wrote General Landry and the others.

The 16 states joining Louisiana in the brief are Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Michigan, Montana, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, and Wisconsin through their Attorney Generals and Mississippi and Kentucky through their Governors. The case is New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. et al. v. City of New York et al.

New York's Sullivan Act has already been found constitutional by the Second Circuit in Kachalsky v. Cacace (2012), but hey, go for it. If we can get it heard by the Supreme Court, with it's slight realignment toward the right, who knows what will happen.

Just Because...

Portland needs more ladies like this.

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Current Events

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

I'm Done 'Til 2020

Early voting has begun in North Carolina so I held my nose and got it done. If you are not sure which candidates support your right to keep and bear arms there is no better guide than the link below.
2018 GRNC Candidate Recommendations
I also noticed this little tidbit of which I was unaware.
Judicial candidates: While judicial candidates are now (for the first time) required to identify their party affiliation, left-wing candidates for NC Court of Appeals and NC Supreme Court are unfortunately exploiting changes to election laws by registering as Republicans in order to split the Republican vote and place leftists in the courts. Please know which judicial candidates you plan to support before going to the polls!
Despite their protestations, the actions of the Left make it clear they have no interest in open and fair elections. If they did they wouldn't have to use these tactics to win. Then again, that may be sour grapes on my part that we didn't think of it first.

Go Vote.

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

In [formerly] Great Britain...

This is a Catch-22. The arrest you for carrying a knife you are allowed to carry for work, then fine you, and then let you keep the knife because you need it for work. Why? So they can start the cycle again, I guess.

H/T to GFZ.

Friday, October 12, 2018

Selective Memory, Democrat Style

Which is fucking always.

Recently Read

Her Majesty's American by Steve White

I can't say I've ever been impressed by almost anything White has written that he didn't have a co-writer on. It's readable and it's okay.

Into the Dark by J. A. Sutherland

Seems like a very good combination of David Drake and David Weber. A female Horatio Hornblower in space. I liked it a lot and will pick of the others in the series. Recommended.

Thursday, October 11, 2018


Truck set on fire because of pro-Trump stickers, owner says
The owner had a few too many and left his truck in the bar's parking lot while he took an Uber home. His transgression? Two Trump stickers on the rear bumper.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Current Events

Sunday, October 7, 2018

Recent Addition

This page is by Norm Breyfogel and from Danger's Dozen #2. Breyfogel recently passed and I wanted a piece of his art before the prices jumped. His mainstream superhero work is already outside my price range. This was just right.

Saturday, October 6, 2018


BREAKING: Brett Kavanaugh Confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court
I guess it would be too much to ask that sanity reassert itself.
NYT: House Democrat Promises Kavanaugh Investigation if Party Wins Control
Yeah, I know.

Riding the Wave

I've always seen Senator Graham as the late Senator McCain's mini me. He's come into his own during this Kavanaugh shit fest going on in Washington. I'm sure he'll do something to piss me off in the future. That's what RINOs do. At this moment I'd vote for him.

Oh, and the picture? Fucking marvelous.

Friday, October 5, 2018

Here's Hoping...

...but not if those worthless gits on the Left have any say.

Thursday, October 4, 2018

For Our Friends in Tennessee

Mike Bloomberg to host fundraiser for Democrat Phil Bredesen in tight Tennessee Senate race
You are known by the company you keep. Mikey ain't gonna give support to anyone he can't count on to stab a gun owner in the back. Vote accordingly.

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

It's a day ending in "Y"

California slammed with slew of new gun control laws

Because it's always the Russians...

...when it's not Judge Kavanaugh.
Star Wars: Russian Bots May Have Derailed The Last Jedi
It couldn't possibly be the movie just bloody well sucked.