FREEDOM & LIBERTY is for EVERYONE!!!. . . . .

Folks from all over the world have accessed this site. The desire to be free of the shackles of fascism, socialism, communism and progressivism are universal. Folks just want to live their lives and be left alone... Dammit!

"People don't like to be meddled with. We tell them what to do, what to think. Don't run. Don't walk. We're in their homes, and in their heads, and we haven't the right. We're meddlesome." River Tam referring to the government.

Not Politically Correct. . .

"Be not intimidated...
nor suffer yourselves to be wheedled out of your liberties by any pretense of politeness, delicacy, or decency.
These, as they are often used, are but three different names for hypocrisy, chicanery and cowardice."
- John Adams

Abraham Lincoln

To quote Jack Donovan’s Violence is Golden: ‘Without action, words are just words. Without violence, laws are just words. Violence isn’t the only answer, but it is the final answer.’

In a world gone mad we are the villains. We wield the truth and the light. In the end we will only be answerable to ourselves and our God. If we win then we inherit the earth, if we lose we get to Heaven.

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Global pandemic. . . . Maybe. . . . maybe not. . . wait and see

What are the odds that the swine flu virus, human flu virus and bird flu virus all got together in Mexico and decided to have a party! I'm not really up on my genetic manipulation of viruses but I just would like to know how likely that would be.

Any biologists out there?


P.S. Mexico just closed it's doors but for essential services for the next five days. Not a global pandemic yet. The CDC has raised the alert to one notch below Global Pandemic. This is getting worrisome.

P.S.S. Calderon says 6-7 percent death rate. world wide, that would be; 420,000,000. About 20,000,000 in this country.

Update: Pandemic peters out but rumors, postings and many "Indy" news pundits wonder, "was this man made?" Maybe. . . maybe not. If it was, it was just a dry run to see what the worlds response would be. If not, It was just a case of very contaminated living conditions for pigs and people making a great culture dish.

Either way, it is sure to make some drug companies and logistics firms mega bucks. Now, in the old days, they had these guys that would come around to your business ( big fellas with nice suits; probably had a scar or two and a bulge or two.) and they would close the door, back you up to a wall and explain how paying them a bit or a lot would keep you and your business safe.

Hmmmmmm?. . . . What do I know?

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Until then, 1S1K

This Somali pirate issue has been on my mind lately.

I recently watched the movie "Australia" which features many Aborigines. The contrast of how they are represented in news and fiction compared to black Africans is dramatic. To the world, Aborigines are seen as deeply spiritual, and peaceful, honorable, educated, caring and revered.

In Africa, the African peoples are seen as backward, uneducated in the extreme, warlike and downright dishonorable, With absolutely no regard for human life or for that matter animal life. To this day they are stoning men and women as witches, burning them alive, cutting up their own female children. Killing animals for profit to the point of extinction.

There is something wrong with that whole part of the world from The Strait of Gibraltar to the Pacific Ocean.

A friend remarked that every time you hear about them (Africans), they are hacking their own people into little pieces or someone else with machetes or worse. Disfiguring their women, enslaving whole peoples etc., etc., etc.

I know these are gross generalizations but really, I see it pretty much the same way. I would not be afraid to visit Australia, including the Outback (I don't mean the restaurant, good eats though.) but I sure as hell would not be caught anywhere on the African continent for any reason. Or Mexico or South America either.


I don't believe any amount of money or food or housing or shelter is going to change these people. Look at the Saudis or the Iranians. Money has only cemented their cruel monarchies and theocracies, Entrenching their power with the blessing of the west as long as they ship oil.

It is a faulty premise that we may be able to change Africa for the good from outside. Literally billions of dollars have been squandered on Africa over the years and it has all but come to naught. Squirreled away in so many African despotic leaders foreign bank accounts.

We; the West, have not created this situation any way shape or form though we have contributed greatly to this tragic situation merely by turning an apathetic and incredibly blind eye to that which we know to be evil or at the very least wrong. Despotic leadership and tribal warfare are an earmark of African history as far back as can be recorded. I still have not forgotten Idi Amin or now; Robert Mugabe who currently is being propped up by China and North Korea. Unfortunately, unscrupulous Westerners also fuel the flames throughout Africa by profiteering.

We have lawmakers, enforcers of civil and criminal law and we live in a country ruled by law. I can only imagine the terror most common folk live under in those countries thrown to the wolves. Lawless anarchy rules and many suffer mutilation, slavery, intimidation, robbery and mind numbing violence because there is no one there to stand and protect them.

The world must stop coddling and tiptoeing around these fanatic despots.

Africa the continent is in possession of an almost unlimited mineral wealth, and an agricultural potential not seen since. . . . well, since the USA. The problem is a prodigious one; no leaders or political stability, farce elections, good, honorable leaders are killed or kicked out if they are lucky. Educated, trained and skilled people are nowhere to be found. Africa is an impoverished land, a barren land, lacking a leader or a path.

Further complicating the problems at hand, the continent is in a life of death struggle with the AIDs virus. Education being the paramount deficit in the fight to overcome this virulent disease and in my opinion, unilateral profiteering by the worlds pharmaceutical companies.

No one thing will make a difference without the others. Get rid of the bad guys, educate the people, provide health care, teach them how to profit from mining, farming and living in buildings with air, cable and refrigerators. Teach them to be proper consumers, explain it is bad to mutilate their daughters and that machetes are really for clearing land and "voila" there ya go.

Seriously, it's better than what they have now.

Somali Pirates must be stopped. Till then, 1S1K

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Quit crying over spilt milk. . . .

If people who own guns and love Liberty, continue to vote based on "other" issues, onerous bills will continue to be brought before the house and senate at both local and national levels. This will keep happening. Many, many gun owners "sent a message" to the RNC and now are crying in their collective hands because of what was wrought.

We cannot continue voting to send messages, to support a cause other than the 2nd Amendment; Period, if we want to retain our constitutional rights.

What is wrong with our government is also what is wrong with us. I have a long record of voting for one issue only, period. I know there are others who do the same. I don't want to know how you voted. I am just saying, this is our problem, not the NRA's or the GOA's for that matter.

As a matter of fact, the trend with the NRA to compromise rather than take a hard line is our fault too. Vote. Use the power given you. Put the ILA on vacation ("be ever vigilant") by voting out these liberal, left wing so & so's in government at the local, state and national level, even on the school board and in the NRA.

There are; by some accounts, 82,000,000 gun owners in this country. That represents a voting majority. If you are a gun owner and voted other than "Right", You "ARE" the problem.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Stand up and fight! ! ! Let your voice be heard! ! ! Write your representatives now! ! !

Reprinted with permission from the GOA (Gun Owners of America)

Obama Pushing Treaty To Ban Reloading
-- Even BB guns could be on the chopping block

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Remember CANDIDATE Barack Obama? The guy who “wasn’t going to take away our guns”?

Well, guess what?

Less than 100 days into his administration, he’s never met a gun he didn’t hate.

A week ago, Obama went to Mexico, whined about the United States, and bemoaned (before the whole world) the fact that he didn’t have the political power to take away our semi-automatics. Nevertheless, that didn’t keep him from pushing additional restrictions on American gun owners.

It’s called the Inter-American Convention Against Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, and Other Related Materials. To be sure, this imponderable title masks a really nasty piece of work.

First of all, when the treaty purports to ban the “illicit” manufacture of firearms, what does that mean?

1. “Illicit manufacturing” of firearms is defined as “assembly of firearms [or] ammunition ... without a license....”

Hence, reloading ammunition -- or putting together a lawful firearm from a kit -- is clearly “illicit manufacturing.”

Modifying a firearm in any way would surely be “illicit manufacturing.” And, while it would be a stretch, assembling a firearm after cleaning it could, in any plain reading of the words, come within the screwy definition of “illicit manufacturing.”

2. “Firearm” has a similarly questionable definition.

“[A]ny other weapon” is a “firearm,” according to the treaty -- and the term “weapon” is nowhere defined.

So, is a BB gun a “firearm”? Probably.

A toy gun? Possibly.

A pistol grip or firing pin? Probably. And who knows what else.

If these provisions (and others) become the law of the land, the Obama administration could have a heyday in enforcing them. Consider some of the other provisions in the treaty:

* Banning reloading. In Article IV of the treaty, countries commit to adopting “necessary legislative or other measures” to criminalize illicit manufacturing and trafficking in firearms.

Remember that “illicit manufacturing” includes reloading and modifying or assembling a firearm in any way. This would mean that the Obama administration could promulgate regulations banning reloading on the basis of this treaty -- just as it is currently circumventing Congress to write legislation taxing greenhouse gases.

* Banning gun clubs. Article IV goes on to state that the criminalized acts should include “association or conspiracy” in connection with said offenses -- which is arguably a term broad enough to allow, by regulation, the criminalization of entire pro-gun organizations or gun clubs, based on the facilities which they provide their membership.

* Extraditing US gun dealers. Article V requires each party to “adopt such measures as may be necessary to establish its jurisdiction over the offenses it has established in accordance with this Convention” under a variety of circumstances.

We know that Mexico is blaming U.S. gun dealers for the fact that its streets are flowing with blood. And we know it is possible for Mexico to define offenses “committed in its territory” in a very broad way. And we know that we have an extradition obligation under Article XIX of the proposed treaty. So we know that Mexico could try to use the treaty to demand to extradition of American gun dealers.

Under Article XXIX, if Mexico demands the extradition of a lawful American gun dealer, the U.S. would be required to resolve the dispute through “other means of peaceful settlement.”

Does anyone want to risk twenty years in a sweltering Mexican jail on the proposition that the Obama administration would apply this provision in a pro-gun manner?

* Microstamping. Article VI requires “appropriate markings” on firearms. And, it is not inconceivable that this provision could be used to require microstamping of firearms and/or ammunition -- a requirement which is clearly intended to impose specifications which are not technologically possible or which are possible only at a prohibitively expensive cost.

* Gun registration. Article XI requires the maintenance of any records, for a “reasonable time,” that the government determines to be necessary to trace firearms. This provision would almost certainly repeal portions of McClure-Volkmer and could arguably be used to require a national registry or database.

ACTION: Write your Senators and urge them to oppose the Inter-American Convention Against Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, and Other Related Materials.

Please use the Gun Owners Legislative Action Center to send your Senators the pre-written e-mail message below.

----- Pre-written letter -----

Dear Senator:

I am urging you, in the strongest terms, to oppose the Inter-American Convention Against Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, and Other Related Materials.

This anti-gun treaty was written by international bureaucrats who are either stupid or virulently anti-gun -- or both.

This treaty could very well ban the ability to reload ammunition, to put new stocks on rifles lawfully owned by American citizens, and, possibly, even ban BB guns!

There are too many problems with this treaty to mention them all in this letter. The rest can be read on the website of Gun Owners of America at:

Please do not tell me the treaty has not yet been abused in this way by the bevy of Third World countries which have signed it. We do not expect the real ramifications of the treaty to become clear until the big prize -- the U.S. -- has stepped into the trap.

For all of these reasons, I must insist that you oppose ratification of the treaty.

Sincerely, The Right Site

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Not all liberals are bad. . . .

You know, This "us and them" vibe is not very productive at all. There are many "Republicans" (Conservative) that I spoke to prior to this election that voted for Obismal regardless of the gun issue. (yes, I know, what the H. E. double hockey sticks were they thinking?) I have talked with duck hunters (DU) that were all for gun control or "just for hunting" laws or just didn't think it affected hunters rights. (What the f#@% were they thinking?)

You see, This bit about it being a liberal thing is a crock. My eyes were opened wide as can be, prior to this election and even wider, afterwards. Several times, in speaking with someone whom I was sure was a conservative, I made a sarcastic comment about how Obismal would really be good for change.

To my shock and horror, this person whom I thought I knew said, "Yeah, we do need change." Or "Anyone but McCain" These were comments from people who consider themselves to be conservative or right of center. (Will somebody please call the guys in the white jackets!)

The problem is not that all liberals are anti gun. They aren't. The problem is that conservatives have turned into a bunch of do wieners, do nothing, tag-a-longs. They no longer have issues to fight for because they are just as corrupt and bereft of more certitude as the left. No longer about less government, less intrusion into your personal life and freedoms, etc. and have lost their way on the firearms issue. Their moral compass is spinning madly out of control with no signs of slowing.

This battle is not with the DNC or any left of center group per se but rather with the minds of men and women everywhere. In all facets of politic and life. There are plenty of liberal gun owners and there are plenty of liberals who love the Constitution just as it stands. Including the 2nd Amendment. because they know the truth. They love their country too.

I believe our focus should be on presenting ourselves and our argument for the 2nd Amendment in the best possible light. Hating liberals will get us no where. Hate in general is counterproductive. Unleash your hatred when you must bear your arms in defense of your family and country. Till then we must focus on reason.

My point here is not to convince you to embrace them as you would a good friend or your Mom; though you could, but rather a bit more tolerance. Not compromise but discourse. Dialogue. dropping everybody into one pot to boil leads down a slippery slope.

Friday, April 17, 2009

1st Amendment takes a direct hit.

Palin documentarian John Ziegler goes 'On the Record' on his arrest.


More Here

Tic Toc, Tic Toc. . .

Liberal Gun Owners FOR the 2nd Amendment!

I don't tend to frequent liberal blogs but this one caught my eye today. It is well worth the read and actually; given the source, almost unbelievable but so encouraging to see.

Click here: Why liberals should be for the 2nd Amendment.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Rightwing Extremism=Us Vs Obismal's DHS

Received this press release via email and thought it hit the nail squarely on the head.



BELLEVUE, WA – A volatile “assessment” of so-called “Rightwing Extremism” by the Obama administration’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is an insult to political conservatives, military veterans and American gun owners, and demands an immediate apology, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said today.

“We recognize that many conservative gun owners will feel threatened by this Obama administration report,” said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb. “It appears that DHS under Janet Napolitano is trying to demonize political dissent.”

The chilling nine-page document likens citizens opposed to new firearms restrictions, returning veterans and conservatives to “rightwing extremists” and associates them with white supremacists and violent antigovernment groups.

“Every action has an equal and opposite reaction,” he continued. “We feel the appropriate reaction is through the ballot box and jury box. Conservative American citizens shouldn’t be pushed into any acts that could be exploited by the administration to further its agenda. If there are any acts of violence that occur because of the Obama Administration policy of chilling dissent, they bear the blame as much as the perpetrators.

“Anyone in the administration trying to use this technique should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law,” Gottlieb stated. “This administration needs to be reminded that its words and actions have consequences, and irresponsible statements, reports and actions fuel fires that are counterproductive to democracy in America.

“The authors of this assessment are pushing an ‘Us-against-Them’ philosophy,” he said. “They, along with Secretary Napolitano, owe every conservative American, every veteran and every gun owner who supports limited government an apology.

“It’s ironic,” Gottlieb concluded, “that President Obama’s friend, William Ayers, is a Leftwing terrorist bomber, but nothing in this report suggests monitoring his activities.” __________________

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Assault on the First Amendment

The Federal Trade Commission is engaging in a full on assault of the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America!!!

"Revised FTC guidelines on endorsements and testimonials by the Federal Trade Commission, now under review and expected to be adopted, would hold companies liable for untruthful statements made by bloggers and users of social networking sites who receive samples of their products.”

"The guidelines would also hold bloggers liable for the statements they make about products," says David Gelles in an article he published April 2, 2009, titled Advertisers Brace For Online Viral Marketing Curbs.”

ABC news is reporting a potential change in FTC regulations would expose parenting blogs when it comes to product reviews.

“Mommy blogger Colleen Padilla never imagined that her opinions would become so coveted by other parents that corporations would come knocking on her door, requesting that she review their products and tout them in the blogosphere. ...

... But, now, Padilla and the estimated hundreds of thousands of fellow parenting bloggers may be in danger of being sued if the government approves a change in its policy regarding endorsements of products by Web pundits.

"I'm nervous; my Web site and blog is almost entirely product reviews, either written posts or video reviews that incorporate my children testing, trying or using products," Padilla told

"I've got over 1,000 products in my product finder, so this is alarming news that I may be held liable for my opinion," Padilla said

A regulatory review process is underway to determine whether reviews by bloggers like Padilla may be in violation of good business practices, said Richard Cleland, a spokesman for the Federal Trade Commission. ... “
Read full story here: ABC News, a misnomer if ever I heard one.

This is a very serious attempt to undo the 1st Amendment. I should point out here that it appears this could become the way of things without due process. The wording is vague and purposefully so. This could and would be applied to a wide range of written word.

Is this their way of getting at the 2nd Amendment. Shut every one up. This doesn't just pertain to bloggers gentle reader. how about magazines. Books. How about your recommending a product to a friend and you're sued because it didn't work as described. How about your instruction manual? Let this slide and. . . as the old saying goes. . . give'em an inch, they'll take a mile.

I can go on. Some will say, welcome, and embrace the new ruling because of some perceived injury done them. There are those who will say it does not affect them, even claiming this onerous ruling to be virtuous; however, any wound inflicted on the Constitution, afflicts us all. This is no small thing.

Our very liberty and freedom are based in whole on the 1st and 2nd Amendments to the Constitution. This is not an innocuous law but rather a fund raiser for lawyers. This underhanded ruling; with the intent of being imposed on a docile public, demonstrates the corrupt nature of those in power!

There must be a deafening outcry of dissent. This cannot stand or as sure as I am writing this now, we will all fall under eager censorship, the emboldened thumb of power mad liberal government bent on total control of society.

That being the ultimate aim of all socialist, fascist, communist governments.

All this will be done in the most Orwellian fashion. We're from the Government and we're here to help.

A golden opportunity. . . .

Somali Pirates. . .

I'd say this situation with the pirates presents a golden opportunity to every other nation in the world. . . . . . for practice. This time, instead of the piss poor intel and extremely poor judgment on the part of those in charge; Klinton's regime afforded American soldiers precious little in the last go around, let's get it right this time.

These guys are hanging out in a country that has nothing, can do nothing, will do nothing and they need a little payback anyway. Take these bastards out. Put them down. Spread their bones and blood across Somalia. Make an example out of them and anyone else who would stand in our way.

For that matter, the same philosophy could be employed in Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan. We might have to wait till Obismal's booted out but hey, a guy can dream can't he?

You might ask, why doesn't the world give the Somali government some help? Why not give them some ships and weapons to fight these pirates? The answer to that question is obvious to all but the left of center group. The government of Somalia is only a government in name. No power, no enforcement capability. If we give them weapons, they will only end up in some warlords armory. If we give them food, a noble gesture to be sure, it will end up in some warlords bunker.

We've been dropping food on this continent for more than 50 years. For the most part, we have received bupkis in return. By return, I mean well fed people, citizens, populace. . Not well fed warlords or mobs or anarchists. Warlords are called that for a reason. In Somalia, Aid was given and the warlords stole the aid and sold it. Took it from starving people. Their own people.

Witness a little incident back in '93. Some press referred to them as militia, I don't know but I think they were killers, animals, anarchists. Like the insects pouring out of their lair in some Sci Fi movie. Mindless, killers bent on death and destruction. These "animals are just that.

This is acceptable behavior in the animal kingdom. The strong shall survive. This has been the way of things on that continent for a millennium. The condition in Mogadishu or generally in Somalia and the continent of Africa is in no way caused by or the fault of the world or in particular, the USA.

The only fix there is to change the accepted form of government which has been and still is mob rule for the most part. Any government in place is tentative at best with only a tenuous hold on any power. Do we really want to give them weapons?

If we really want to make a difference, the navy seal sniper team demonstrated exactly how that objective is accomplished. "One shot, one kill." Or one of my favorites; "If you run, you'll only die tired." By now it should be obvious that the only way to affect a change when dealing with animals is to speak to them in terms they cannot mistake.

Great article: click here.

You would think; with all the millions taken by piracy and ransom thus far, they would be able to take care of the food problem over there. Maybe a little housing for good measure. We're talking tens of millions here. Where'd it go. They say follow the money. I suspect, and of course more than a few others also believe it is in the hands of Al Qaeda.

With over 20,000 ships passing through Somali waters each year, illegal fishing operations, and so on, with no protection for the shipping, more vessels will be taken. No benefit to the Somali government or people from the illegal fishing operations, things will only get worse. The media picks up on a Somali pirate saying that now things will be even worse for American vessels and I can just hear the USA being blamed for making the pirates mad.

I say, if they touch one American vessel, If they even look sideways at an American vessel, bring the full power of the American military down on their collective heads. Where ever they are hiding. Kill every last one.

Spread their bones and blood across Somalia. Make an example out of them. Make it clear for anyone else who would harm an American.

Quietem nemo impune lacesset.

Sunday, April 12, 2009

HR 45 Blair Holt Firearm Licensing & Record of Sales Act of 2009

Whoa Horsey!!!

This is kind of old news but I had a few things to say.

I was sorting things out and found this in my alert box and it is still a doosey.

Sneaky little bastards.

HR 45 Blair Holt Firearm Licensing & Record of Sales Act of 2009

We must let our elected representatives know just how onerous this bill is. They kept this one very low profile and for good reason. Read the full text here at the Library of Congress:


The 411 on this bill; It would make it illegal to own a firearm, any rifle with a magazine or clip or ANY pistol unless:

>It is registered

>You are fingerprinted

>You supply a current Driver's License

>You supply your Social Security #

>You will submit to a physical & mental evaluation at any time of their choosing

>Each update - change or ownership through private or public sale must be reported and costs $25

>Failure to do so and you automatically lose the right to own a firearm and are subject up to a year in jail.

There is a child provision clause on page 16, section 305 stating a child-access provision. Gun must be locked and inaccessible to any child under 18.

The Government would have the right to come into your home and inspect that you are storing your gun safely from children and is punishable for up to 5-years in prison.

Peter Boyles is ON this. Listen to him on KHOW 630 AM, in Denver , CO , in the mornings. You can hear him also on the Internet at: He suggests the best way to fight this is to tell all your friends about it and "spring into action". Also he suggests we all join a pro-gun group like the Colorado Rifle Association, hunting associations, gun clubs, and
especially the NRA.

This is one to act on whether you own a gun or not. The man promised change and here it comes.

Pay attention people. Here it comes. This is just the first salvo in a long line of relentless bombardments on the 2nd Amendment. This is; after all, for your own good.

Go here now if you want to be a part of the resistance. GOA (Gun Owners of America) NO COMPROMISE.

The NRA is 2nd best.

The big question you must ask yourself is, would you cooperate. This law is; after all, is for your own good. The government is just here to help. They do know what's best for you don't they?

They just want to know if you are a gun owner, how many guns and how much ammo do you own and where exactly are your guns and ammo being stored in your home so they can come in and inspect at will, your storage facilities.

The Supreme Court has found that; felons and other criminals cannot be required to register themselves as owners nor register their arms. That is the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution.

Therefore, only lawful owners and lawfully owned firearms can be required to be registered.

Something to ponder.

Recent comments from gun forums.

Comment #1) For the most part, folks would comply. After all it really is just a small inconvenience. The government would never abuse the law.

Comment #2) Probably hold off a bit. Just to see how, and what, happens. I certainly wouldn't rush to do it.

Comment #3) Honestly, I would probably cooperate with such a law if that was what was necessary for me to be armed.

Comment #4) In NYS you have to register all your handguns when you purchase them so that's a gimme. Well at least law abiding people do. As for my rifles and shotguns I don't think I would until really pressured. Well maybe I'd tell them I had one each then. After hiding all the others away somewhere.

Wait just a damn minute here! I can't believe what I am reading here. Let me check the medicine cabinet. . . . .

Nope. No hallucinogenic drugs in there. No siree!

Licensing? Are you freaking kidding? Just go ahead and give them the guns now and save them the step of having to come to your home to get them.

For Christ's sake, why not just white out the Second Amendment right now. Take your guns down to the reclaiming shredder like a good citizen. After all, You want to be a good citizen, don't you?

Don't be any trouble, don't risk anything. For God's sake, a BB gun? What the H. E. double hockey sticks were you thinking. You could put an eye out with the that, don'tcha know.

I really can see a trend here. Now I am kinda getting the feeling for how the Lone Ranger felt.

Holy cow, I just called the BATFE and had them pick up all of my BB guns and slingshots too. While I was at it, I anticipated a law banning all knives over 1 inch long and turned in my kitchen utensils too. Heck, there was a very sharp spatula in there.

I feel better now.

Licensing seems harmless at first, Like a car or bicycle perhaps. (Licensing in these two examples and others; like class III weapons, is just a simple tax. Period.) Then they decide that you require special insurance in a nod to AIG or you need special qualifications, training etc. to qualify. What are you using them for.

You don't really need to keep the guns at your home, they would be safer at the “Department of Public Safety” “DPS” or some other acronym. They are then confiscated or you are forced to store them at the Department of Public Safety. A misnomer if ever I heard one. Maybe your not mentally sound enough to own a firearm. How about mental health certification (80 million of them).

Of course older folks are subject to Alzheimer's and other debilitating diseases, so you loose your license at a certain age. Getting a gun owners license is now a privilege rather than a right, (the 2nd Amendment is gone) so it gets worse. Why, do you need a license? Why do you need a gun.

The eye is on you now. Are you a bonafide member of a "sanctioned" group, gun range or shooting club? Sorry, your license no longer qualifies you to store your guns at home. How can this happen? Especially in America? "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." (Edmund Burke)

Sound like something out of a SciFi movie? Not in England or Australia. That is just how it is and now they are starting on knives as well.

Vigilance and Action.

Thursday, April 09, 2009

JUAN WILLIAMS: Time to End to America’s ‘Lock and Load’ Mania

Click the link below for the full article:

This guy really does have a lock on what the liberal nut job community believes.

In speaking with a neighbor the other day, guns came up in the conversation. A flock of geese came over head on their way North and I made some comment about goose hunting.

I was soon after treated with a diatribe on the evils of hunting and gun ownership. In particular, private ownership of any guns at all period. This person went on to tell me how great a world we would have if all the guns were gone and only police and soldiers carried them.

To most if not all of them (gun haters) , "The Gun" is the evil. It dwells in the cold steel and heartless plastic and wood of "The Gun". Not in the hearts and minds of crazy f-ers. Evil men and women are of no consequence to this lady and therefore don't somehow impact her life.

I did ask her what she would do if a bad man were to enter her home at night and begin to cause all manner of mayhem and she had no answer for me. That just wouldn't happen to her. She also did not have a reasonable answer for how to stop the bad guys from getting weapons either.

Citing the Bobbies in England as a good example of why we didn't need guns if they could do their job without.

I paused; saw the flaring nostrils and fiery look in her eyes, thought better of my next few comments and thanked her for her kind opinion. I could see this was going nowhere fast but politely told her that the bobbies now carried guns, because the bad guys had them too, even though England had some of the toughest gun laws in the world.

She said that just proved her point. If there were no guns, the Bobbies wouldn't need them either. I said. . . Well, case closed then. Boy what a great day, how about that sunshine.

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Power Grab & Deception. . . . .

The Obismal continues; at a frantic pace, to embarrass the American people (those with a brain. . . read conservative) and stonewall the world as to his suitability as an office holder of the highest executive position in this country.

My personal belief and that of many more in this country, is that he is indeed hiding something that would terminate his tenure as an elected official. He is consistently barricading legal action to sort out his eligibility and if found to be ineligible, he will have to step down.

I can here the cries of foul now. I leave to your imagination, those who would be most vitriolic in sounding the protest of opposition. We would be at odds with a significant portion of the population. liberal or otherwise. And of course George Soros would feel chagrined as well.

Our future as a country rests on the outcome of this investigation into the questionable activities of Barry and his cadre of culpable compatriots. A finding of unsuitability as our supreme leader will wash clean the slate and could in fact require a new election, not simply a change in leadership.

A call for an all new election would certainly have to be answered satisfactorily or there would loom a similar pall over the Presidency as we have now.

Monday, April 06, 2009

Obismal's bow. . .

In this country, we have a protocol. We tip our hats or nod our heads or take our hats of to a lady. We shake hands. I know there are many more variations on the theme. A bow is not protocol in our country. A bow in other countries signifies submission.

A slave bows to his master. Obismal bows to a king.

I don't care who you are but I didn't see anybody else bowin', tail tucked. Groveling. Bowin' an Scrapin'.

If we are stuck with this turd, he should at least represent the American people with pride and honor. The Obismal is dismal.