Saturday, October 31, 2009
Friday, October 30, 2009
Thursday, October 29, 2009
I think we all know that one of the things that pResident JugEars has accomplished during his term in office thus far, has been to effectively neuter the ballistic missile defense capability of the United States. I urge you to watch this trailer and then write the letters and make the phone calls because more and more nations on this earth are developing and testing ballistic missile platforms and some of them wouldn't mind using them to blow up a large chunk of our Republic.
Friday, October 23, 2009
Rush's plan: When the kids come to your door, you take candy from them and tell then that Obama would want that given to less privileged children.
Hannity's Plan: Take candy out of it's wrapper and replace it with a note stating that the candy has been given to less fortunate people in accordance with Obama's plan to make everyone equal.
Ya know what? I'm really tempted to do this. Since Obama is deliberately targeting kids with his message, perhaps we should take this opportunity to give those kids an object lesson in exactly what Obama's plan will mean.
I owe 241 of them a bullet.
I was stationed on the USS Puget Sound AD-38 which was the 6th fleet flagship at the time. Only a few weeks before this, we had been anchored off the Lebanese coast and had fed many of these folks on our messdecks and made sure they had showers and medical care if needed.
Monday, October 19, 2009
Thank you for your email and questions. I served 16 years in the Michigan House of Representatives and two years in the U.S. House of Representatives, and during all of these nears, I never cast a vote against the Second Amendment. I believe (and my record proves) that the Second Amendment is a Constitutional mandate, not a personal opinion. In the Michigan House, I fought early and often to pass a concealed carry law that simply affirmed the Michigan and Federal Constitution…no more, no less. This freedom should apply to any weapon used legally, and illegal use of a firearm should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. I believe our present concealed carry law goes way beyond our second amendment liberties. During my campaigns, organizations such as the National Rifle Association, Gun Owners of America, SAFER, and others have endorsed me.
Regarding your questions, I believe the Constitution and Bill of Rights are the supreme law of the land. For the Second Amendment specifically, it states plainly and clearly, “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed”, and this is a private right, as Madison wrote in the Federalist papers. That is my standard for all questions regarding the Second Amendment, and my record demonstrates my firm commitment.
Sunday, October 18, 2009
Those who read this blog regularly know that in the spring, I usually post something about severe weather safety. I decided to hit a few things on that vein now because when fall ends, winter will arrive and with it, snow, ice and other yucky stuff that I would love to move to Arizona or Texas to avoid.
Have the coolant in your vehicle checked. Make sure it will stand up to the abuses of temperature that winter will bring.
Check the tread on your tires. Are they going to be able to get you through the slush?
Get out your WD-40 and spray a bit into each of your door locks. This helps prevent them from freezing up because you know that your door locks will only freeze up when it's 0dark30 in a bad neighborhood and your 1911 is locked in the center console and it's probably freezing rain too.
For those of you with power door locks...how's your vehicle's battery? You going to come out from the hockey game to find a dead battery? Is your alternator charging properly?
Do you carry a blanket and some non perishable food in your vehicle? Start.
Could you build a small fire? Make sure
How about an extra warm coat and some of those Carhart style insulated bibs?
Check your jack and your spare. Everything copacetic? It better be because nothing ever goes wrong in a decent neighborhood with good light.
Fresh batteries in the flashlight?
Just a few thoughts for you. Take care of the little stuff now and stuff that happens later won't be such big things. A little thought and prevention now saves time and frustration later.
May all of you travel safely wherever the road of life may take you.
If you live in Michigan, please support Mike, he's done a hell of a job in protecting our 2nd Amendment rights all over the country as well as expanding the list of states with which Michigan enjoys concealed carry reciprocity to 31 states and counting.
Well, to correct this deficiency, I just sent David Codrea's questionnaire to him. I hope I get a faster response from him than I have from Schauer so far.
Saturday, October 17, 2009
I'll just say this...vote the bastards out! Every damn one of them!
Just found a second post on this at the Washington Times.
Friday, October 16, 2009
Not exactly ignoring it, but not quite the speedy response one really wants from a "public servant".
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men (and women) to remain silent.
Sunday, October 11, 2009
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Thursday, October 08, 2009
Apparently, the focus of this "investigation" was the ability of "straw purchasers" to purchase weapons at gun shows. Now, those of you who read this who may lean a little left may not see a problem with this, after all, if there's a problem, shouldn't we identify and correct it? On the surface, you may be correct, but look a bit deeper.
These "investigations" are not being conducted in New York City. They were conducted in Ohio, Tennessee and Nevada. This leads me to ask one important question.
Where exactly does the City of New York derive the legal or moral authority to conduct a criminal investigation outside the city limits of New York proper? To the best of my knowledge, their assistance has not been requested. They hold no jurisdiction outside New York City. They have no Federal authority. They have no arrest powers. They have exactly nothing, other than the support of a man who would happily see your guns confiscated.
I wonder if now could be a good time to flood your elected officials with complaints about this man's conduct.