Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Definition of Hypocrite in Your Funk and Wagnalls - There Should be a Picture of Hillary Clinton.

Monday, March 21, 2016

Careless with Truth in Small Mattters

I was going to associate this gem with the Clintons, then I realized that in her (and his) case, the opposite is also true.

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Does Global Warming Increase the Murder Rate?

A Tale of Two CitiesChicago vs. Houston                          


2.7 million

2.15 million

Median HH Income


% African-American


% Hispanic


% Asian


% Non-Hispanic White


Pretty similar until you compare the following:

Chicago, IL

            Houston, TX

Concealed Carry   - Legal


Number of Gun Stores

184 Dedicated gun stores plus 1500 other stores licensed to sell guns

Homicides, 2012


Homicides per 100K


Avg. January high temperature
31 F

63 F

Conclusion :  Cold weather causes murders.
This is due to global warming.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Merrick Garland: No Guns For You!

The Mass Media, the Democratic National Committee, and Academia are blowing their own horns describing Merrick Garland as a moderate.  His actions say otherwise.  In reality, he has consistently and actively campaigned against the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.  In particular, his record clearly shows he is an enemy of Our Right to free speech, Our Right to Keep and Bear Arms, Our Right to be secure in our persons, homes, and papers, Our right to due process of law, Our Right to an impartial jury of our peers.

No kidding, check out his judicial track record.

That pretty much does away with the First, Second, Fourth, and Fifth amendments to the Constitution as guaranteed by the Bill of Rights.

Moderate?  Nope

Statist?  Yup

Here is what othe oldest Civil Rights Organization in the United States has to say about Barack Obama's "moderate" nomination to the Supreme Court:

With Justice Scalia’s tragic passing, there is no longer a majority of support among the justices for the fundamental, individual right to own a firearm for self-defense. Four justices believe law-abiding Americans have that right – and four justices do not.

President Obama has nothing but contempt for the Second Amendment and  law-abiding gun owners. Obama has already nominated two Supreme Court justices who oppose the right to own firearms and there is absolutely no reason to think he has changed his approach this time. In fact, a basic analysis of Merrick Garland’s judicial record shows that he does not respect our fundamental, individual right to keep and bear arms for self-defense.

Therefore, the National Rifle Association, on behalf of our five million members and tens of millions of supporters across the country, strongly opposes the nomination of Merrick Garland for the U.S. Supreme Court.

Chris W. Cox, executive director, NRA-ILA, says Merrick Garland’s record on the Second Amendment is unacceptable to anyone who respects the U.S. Constitution and an individual’s fundamental right to self-protection.

He is the most anti-gun nominee in recent history. This should come as no surprise, given President Obama’s disdain for the Second Amendment. He has consistently shown a complete disregard of the rights of law-abiding gun owners. Garland’s history of anti-Second Amendment rulings support the conclusion that were he to be confirmed he would vote to overturn Heller.
  • In 2007, he voted to give D.C. a second chance to have its handgun ban upheld after a three-judge panel struck it down. At the time, this was the most significant Second Amendment case in America.
  • In 2004, Garland voted against rehearing another Second Amendment case (Seegars v. Gonzales), effectively casting a vote against the individual right to keep and bear arms.
  • Justice Scalia was the author of Heller v McDonaldHeller affirmed that the Second Amendment is an individual right. The Heller decision stands in the way of gun-control supporters’ ultimate goal of banning and confiscating guns.
  • If Heller is overturned, the Second Amendment for all intents and purposes would cease to exist.
  • In 2000, Garland voted in favor of the federal government’s plan to retain Americans’ personal information from gun purchase background checks despite federal laws prohibiting national firearm registration and requiring the destruction of these records
  • Judge Garland weighed in on several significant firearms-related cases, including Parker, Seegars, NRA v. Reno,. He voted against the rights of firearm owners on each occasion.
The examples of Garland’s disdain for the right to keep and bear arms go on and on, including  in a major case upholding the then-existing Clinton “assault weapons” ban against a constitutional challenge.

It’s almost certain that Garland agrees with Hillary Clinton when she said “the Supreme Court is wrong” that the Second Amendment protects an individual right.

In his nomination, President Obama has again placed partisanship and antagonism towards gun owners above the higher callings of his office.

If Garland is confirmed, Obama would be taking America back in time to an era where Supreme Court justices uphold the anti-gun policies of the president. Obama is hoping Garland will overturn the Supreme Court precedent that stands in the way of confiscatory gun control, like the gun ban and confiscation programs implemented in Australia.

Statement from the Institute for Legislative Action - National Rifle Association.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

A Liberal's Paradise

A "Liberal Paradise" would be a place where everybody has guaranteed employment, free comprehensive healthcare, free education, free food, free housing, free clothing, free utilities, and only Law Enforcement has guns. And believe it or not, such a place does indeed exist …… It’s called prison.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office
Pheonix, Arizona

Monday, January 11, 2016

Can't we all just get along? If we can't I'll KILL YOU.

The letter below was found in the Boston Globe.  It is a great letter in itself.  It clearly portrays what I believe is the norm for those that legally carry a concealed gun.  Everyone that I know that routinely carries a gun has a similar outlook.

What is remarkable and hard to fathom are the many insane and irrational comments from raving holpophobes . . . (look that one up in your Funk and Wagnalls)!

Read some of the responses HERE.  You'll very quickly realize that even speaking to the kind of person that espouses such beliefs is a complete waste or breath, and may very well incite a violent attack upon yourself by a scrum of bloodthirsty pacifists.

To the man I sat next to on the train: I am the gun owner you hate

To the man I sat next to on my way in to Boston:

When I boarded the commuter rail, you were already in the midst of a spirited phone conversation and didn’t seem to care about how loud you were talking. You were talking with someone about the Paris train attack and the growing epidemic of gun violence in America.

You spoke about the “murderous NRA” and “bloodthirsty gun nuts” who were causing our schools to “run red with blood.” You spoke profanely of the Republicans who opposed President Obama’s call for “sensible gun control,” and you lamented the number of “inbred redneck politicians” who have “infiltrated Capitol Hill.”

I found myself amazed at the irony of the situation. While you were spewing your venom, I sat quietly next to you with my National Rifle Association membership card in my wallet and my 9mm pistol in its holster. You were only 12 inches away from my legally owned semiautomatic pistol. I suppose I didn’t look like the “bloodthirsty gun nut” you thought I should be. It apparently didn’t register to you that I could so cleverly disguise myself by wearing a fleece coat, Patriots hat, and khakis.

So, to the angry liberal who sat next to me on the commuter rail: I don’t hate you. I don’t have any ill feelings toward you. I don’t wish to do you harm. And I don’t regret sitting next to you. On the contrary; I feel bad for you. It must hurt carrying that much hate inside of you.

You obviously have strong opinions about this hot topic. So, let me say this as plainly as I can: If a bad guy with a gun had decided to walk onto that train and start shooting people, I would have been prepared and able to use my gun to defend my own life and the lives of everyone else on that train, including yours. Although you may hate me, a gun owner, I would risk my life for you.

Opinions and ideologies make a pretty thin shield against the bullets of a madman. Your liberal self-righteousness and ignorance may have made you feel superior and comfortable, but during that 40-minute train ride to Boston, my gun kept you safe.

A. Linden