Spot on from a Tspeak favorite Bill Whittle. In the aftermath of more mass shootings, Bill Whittle tackles gun control, rebutting progressives call for stricter measures. read more: It’s the Steel: Bill Whittle’s Solution to Gun Control – YouTube Related … Continue reading →
Look for stories like this to become a daily routine. Do we have to take it? Not at all. Many were probably saved by one fact. One later fact that the news spot doesn’t state was that the shooter had … Continue reading →
Senator Mike Lee added his name to this letter signed by a bipartisan group of fifty senators to announce the #Senate’s opposition to the ratification of the #UnitedNations #Arms Trade Treaty. View document full screen View document full screen Related … Continue reading →
Yeah, down by the river Down by the banks of the river Charles Aw, that’s what’s happenin’ baby That’s where you’ll find me Along with lovers, buggers and thieves Aw, but they’re cool people ~ Dirty Water, The Standells There is … Continue reading →
I had a couple of beers one night last week with a general contractor friend. He told me the story of an older client of his that had him fix a couple of things in his house. While he was … Continue reading →
Radicalism~ A Progressive Liberal Ideology (Wikipedia) “Collectivism is the hot looking but mentally unstable bombshell blonde making promises of excitement and long term comfort she has no intention of keeping. She is so seductive not because she has any profound … Continue reading →
I can only wonder why the same government that employs them, and provides them the means for their protection would want to deny me the right to supply myself the level of protection I feel necessary. To me the lives of my family and myself are worth every bit as much as theirs are to them. It seems it’s not seen that in the world of politics.Continue reading →
The regulatory web that is being woven is a tricky one. Well planned and executed so you don’t even notice.Continue reading →
ALBANY – The crowd, estimated in the thousands, showed up in front of the State Capitol, rallying in support of their second amendment rights.
They chanted and held signs, saying the new gun control measures signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo and proposals from President Barack Obama are going too far.
As one protestor explained, “I have concerns about the intrusion of the government into our constitutional rights.”Continue reading →