Category Archives: 2nd Amendment
Obama’s Department of Homeland Security is snapping up bullets at an alarming pace. The Homeland Security Department wants to buy more than 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition in the next four or five years. It says it needs them — … Continue reading
Tomorrow the SCOTUS is going to start to review if international treaty can overrule the Constitution of the United States. This will affect all current and future considerations of what is the “law of the Land.” If Roberts rolls over … Continue reading
I haven’t written here in a long time and thought I’d give everyone an update on what I’ve been up to since my false arrest this past March. As you may or may not know, I was arrested on March … Continue reading
A former marine emerged as a hero of the Nairobi siege yesterday after he was credited with saving up to 100 lives.
The ex soldier was having coffee at the Westgate mall when it was attacked by Islamists on Saturday.
With a gun tucked into his waistband, he was pictured helping two women from the complex.
The former soldier is said to have returned to the building on a dozen occasions, despite intense gunfire.
Aaron Alexis seems to have listened to Joe Biden and taken his advice. Back in February Biden said: “You don’t need an AR-15,” he said. “Buy a shotgun! Buy a shotgun!” And that’s what Aaron Alexis did. Back then Bided … Continue reading
I’m pretty sure this is an old photo, as I think I saw it months ago on the WH Flickr page. But on Father’s Day, it was tweeted out:
For now, we must stay ever vigilant. Meanwhile after the loss Obama showed the emotion we expected of a leader after Newton, Boston, Benghazi…but never got. I wonder why? Given his record, there’s every reason to believe that what’s really … Continue reading
It’s downright dangerous. And oh yeah, never let a serious crisis go to waste. The victims of the Boston bombing hadn’t even been identified when democrats began exploiting the tragedy. The clown known as Barney Frank blamed tax cuts for … Continue reading
Well, that’s that. We’ve got to have a vote. Michelle wants a vote. The queen has spoken. “These reforms deserve a vote in Congress,” she said, drawing loud applause from hundreds of Chicago’s business executives and civic leaders who were … Continue reading