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Sunday, June 26th, 2016

France Closes Down Mosques; 334 War Grade Weapons Found

Larry Corriea points points out that Self Defense is a Human Right

Anti-Civil Rights Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) Earns Three Pinocchios from Washington Post for “Gun Control” Lies. Is anyone really surprised that he has to lie in order to promote his extremist agenda?

Wired: The AR-15 Is More Than a Gun. It’s a Gadget

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Round Up Post

Sunday, September 14th, 2014

Former adult film actress Jenna Jameson nails the difference between the first tweets made on September 11 by Gov. Mitt Romney and our Dear Leader, Barack Hussein Obama.  They clearly show that one is a true leader with concern for America and has a real connection to the American people.  The other is a sleazy political hack from Chicago.

The democrats’ War on Women is still in full frontal assault mode.  As I have pointed out before, if you want to know what the left is up to, just review what they are accusing their opponents of.

In a Civil Rights victory, voter-ID is the law of the land in Wisconsin for the November elections.

The New York Times finally admits that the “Assault Weapon” scare was hoax, an attempt to bamboozle the American people, and that the 1994 semi-automatic rifle ban did nothing to reduce crime, violent crime, or crimes committed with a firearm. 

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Round Up Post

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

Let’s start with a couple of RKBA related stories.  The city of Chicago, were over 40 people shot and four killed last weekend, has to pay the NRA nearly $1 million in legal fees.  A recent study shows that violent crime has gone down as conceal carry permits have been issued to more law abiding Americans.  This makes sense to anyone capable of rational thought and basic logic.  It makes moonbats go bat shit crazy though, since it doesn’t fit their far left extremist agenda.

Peggy Johnson, who famously said back in 2008 that if our Dear Leader was elected, she wouldn’t have to worry about paying her mortgage or putting gas in her car, has been hit with reality.

 The IRS admits that they scrubbed Lois Learner’s hard drive clean back in 2011.

A federal judge has tossed out a Obama administration request to have law suits against the IRS dropped.  Legal action by nearly a dozen Tea Party groups targeted by the IRS can go forward.  Expect more hard drive “crashes”.

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Today’s History Lesson

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

The 13th Amendment: Abolished slavery

  • 100% Republican Support
  • 23% democrat Support

The 14th Amendment: Gave Citizenship to freed slaves

  • 94% Republican Support
  • 0% democrat Support

The 15th Amendment: Right to Vote for All

  • 100% Republican Support
  • 0% democrat Support


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Quote of the Day

Sunday, January 27th, 2013


“Assault weapons… are a new topic. The weapons’ menacing looks, coupled with the public’s confusion over fully-automatic machine guns versus semi-automatic assault weapons — anything that looks like a machine gun is assumed to be a machine gun — can only increase the chance of public support for restrictions on these weapons.”

–   “Assault Weapons: Analysis, New Research and Legislation” Josh Sugarmann, March 1989

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Quote of the Day

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

“Whether you like it or not, gun rights are civil  rights.  If you are against gun rights, then you are in the same pack as the Klan and the communists, and are as likely to vote to shut down churches and newspapers as you are to license and register guns.”

— Guy Smith

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June 11, 1964, Senate democrats filibustered the Civil Rights Acts

Monday, June 11th, 2012

An important historical fact to remember, congressional democrats opposed the Civil Rights Act.

Senate democrats filibustered the Civil Rights act for 57 working days, which included a speech  by democrat Senator Robert Byrd against the bill that lasted fourteen straight hours.  Byrd’s opposition was not surprising, since the late Senator got his start in politics as a recruiter for the Ku Klux Klan.

The filibuster was finally ended when the Senate Minority Leader, Senator Everett McKinley Dirksen, a Republican from Illinois, pushed for a closure vote in a speech that called for the democrats to end their filibuster and accept racial equality.

The Civil Rights Act was finally voted on, and passed with a majority of Republicans and minority of democrats voting for it.

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Quote of the Day

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

“Call me weird, but if Texans have to brandish an ID to buy cigarettes or beer, coach a youth football team, see an R-rated movie, cash a check, buy Sudafed or spray paint, pick up their children from school early, rent a video, open up a P.O. Box, pick up tickets at will call for a Bon Jovi concert, or rent a kayak to float down the Guadalupe then I don’t think it is too much to ask that a person who waddles up to a voting booth to elect our next president prove that he or she is here legally. Voting is a sacred honor for legal citizens, and I pray to all that is holy that Texans fight Holder and his boss’s overreach into state voting laws like a pit bull.”

Doug Giles

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Dr. Rice gives an important history lesson

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Originally posted on my old blog back in May 2005, but certainly worth the repost.   This quote is from the Washington Times Inside Politics column from May 12, 2005.

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice recalled last night for CNN how her father took up arms to defend fellow blacks from racist whites in the segregated South and said the constitutional right to keep and bear arms is as important as free speech and religion.
In an interview on CNN’s “Larry King Live,” Miss Rice said that her minister father and his friends armed themselves to defend the black community in Birmingham, Ala., against nightriders in 1962 and 1963.
She said that if local authorities in segregated Birmingham, where Miss Rice was born in 1954, had lists of registered weapons, she did not think her father and other blacks would have been able to defend themselves.
Miss Rice said, “We have to be very careful when we start abridging rights that the Founding Fathers thought very important.”
She said they understood “there might be circumstances that people like my father experienced in Birmingham, Alabama, when, in fact, the police weren’t going to protect you.”
“I also don’t think we get to pick and choose from the Constitution,” she said in the interview, which was taped for airing last night. “The Second Amendment is as important as the First Amendment.”

This is history that most so called “liberals” don’t want taught in government run public schools. It gives the wrong message, i.e. that the government can’t solve every one of your problems and should.

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Why are liberals so bad at history?

Sunday, June 20th, 2010

Current case in point, Elena Kagan, whom our Dear leader wants to put on the Supreme Court.  In digging through what little paper trail she has generated, National Review has discovered that Ms. Kagan has compared the NRA to the KKK.

Let us review the basic history here, which Ms. Kagan is clearly unware of.

The National Rifle Association was formed after the Civil War by former Union Army officers to promote marksmanship.

The KKK was formed after the Civil War by former Confederate Army personnel to express their displeasure at people they still considered property conducting themselves as free citizens of the Republic.

One way the KKK expressed their displeasure was by murdering these new citizens of the Repubic.

Their victims reacted in a logical manner in a free society, they exercised their Constitutional protected rights to Keep and Bear Arms and defended themselves against the murderous thugs of the KKK.  The KKK didn’t like their victims to be able to shoot back, so they contacted their friends in the state legislatures to pass the very first “gun control” laws in the United States of America.

That’s right folks, the first so-called “gun control” laws were passed to protect the members of the KKK from the newly freed slaves they wanted to murder. The history of one of the left’s major policies, so-called “gun control” laws, is the history of violent racism in the United States.

So, either Ms. Kagan is woefully ignorant of American History, or she is deliberately ignoring  the facts in order to promote a political agenda that runs counter to the Constitution of the United States of America.  Either one is not a good sign in a potential member of the Supreme Court.

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