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Posted on May 25 2014 - 11:10pm by Harrison
Comments Off on Kalifornia’s Gun Laws Didn’t Stop Santa Barbara’s Killer

The other night I did something I rarely do: I watched the local news.  I saw images of people running for their lives to hide and cower because someone had a gun and was shooting people.  One person was killed.  The killer, Elliot Rodger, killed 6 people in all before committing suicide.  As one of the victims’ fathers blamed “politicians and the...

Posted on May 21 2014 - 11:05pm by Harrison
Comments Off on Surprisingly, Hanging a “No Weapons” Sign Doesn’t Mean You Will Keep Out Weapons

“Probably all laws are useless; for good men do not want laws at all, and bad men are made no better by them.” – Demonax Today’s lesson in common sense is brought to you by The Pit, a restaurant in North Carolina.  The barbeque joint had been featured in Man vs. Food but now they are known for hanging a “no guns allowed” sign in their window and then getting robbed at gunpoint: North Carolina restaurant The Pit was robbed at gunpoint on Sunday. Normally, local crime stories like this wouldn’t...

A Federal Express worker showed up at his workplace in Atlanta, Georgia, and shot up the place.  Six people were shot before the gunman – Geddy L. Kramer  – shot himself to death. Looking at the crime photos online I noticed one thing right on the door to the facility… a “no guns” sticker: Good thing that warning was there or somebody...

Posted on Apr 21 2014 - 10:29pm by Harrison
Comments Off on Mayor Bloomberg’s “Everytown” Anti-2nd Amendment Facebook Page Filled with 2nd Amendment Supporters

It’s nice to see Conservatives “fighting back” for a change.  Mayor Bloomberg – anti-2nd Amendment zealot – launched a Facebook page called “Everytown” that’s supposed to be about our our Constitutional Right to keep and bear arms is evil.  So, here’s the page: So with a post of Ronald Reagan saying: There’s...

Posted on Apr 16 2014 - 10:29pm by Harrison
Comments Off on Bundy Ranch Shows Why Founding Fathers Created Second Amendment

The Second Amendment does not exist so we can go hunting.  It exists as a check on Federal power.  The Bundy Ranch standoff is but the latest example as to why the Founding Fathers codified this Right to bear arms. The Bundy Ranch standoff with the Federal Government was the result of a long simmering dispute between a family, state’s rights, and the reach...

The Second Amendment does not exist so people can go hunting.  The Right of the People to own firearms is to keep their Government in check. Period. An armed populace is a counter-balance to an armed Government. The U.S. military might be the most awesome fighting force ever to exist but with 300+ million Americans armed with pistols, shotguns, and rifles the...

Take a look at these two rifles and see if you notice any differences: Do you surrender? There is no 10+ magazine in it and there is no pistol grip. Aside from these two things, the two rifles are identical however selling the first one will land you in jail while the second one will not. Crazy, isn’t it? The functionality of the weapon hasn’t changed...

Posted on Feb 6 2014 - 11:18pm by Harrison
Comments Off on Chicago School Officials Don’t Want Guns (Or Pictures of Guns on Their “No Guns” Stickers)

The stupidity just got more stupid in Chicago: School officials in a Chicago suburb are not thrilled with a state law passed last year requiring schools to post a “no gun” sticker featuring an Image of a handgun with a red slash through it. Guns were already not allowed in schools before the law was passed, and now some school officials are worried the...

Posted on Jan 3 2014 - 10:32pm by Harrison
Comments Off on Anti-Second Amendment Colorado Loses Magpul, Jobs Go to Wyoming and Texas

Magpul Industries manufactures magazines for firearms, grips, rail accessories, and other things for firearms.  They were based in Colorado but when that state’s Democrats pushed through anti-Second Amendment legislation (including capping how many rounds may be legally stored in a magazine) the company pulled out and relocated. Texas and Wyoming are going...

Mikhail Kalashnikov’s invention may have changed history more than practically any other discovery.  He invented the weapon that carries his name, the AK-47, a lightweight, durable machine gun/semi-automatic rifle.  To read about him you’d think he was the most evil man on Earth: Mikhail Kalashnikov, the Russian designer of the AK-47 assault rifle which...

Liberalism is a mental disease, there is no question about it.  Liberalism attempts to upend the natural order of the world so as to try to make reality change so as to become what they think it should be. We all know how insurance works… those with low risk pay less because they are less likely to need to collect.  So someone who is 16, driving a Porsche,...

Animal Farm is one of those books that everybody should be reading when they are in school.  One of the lessons is that those who claim to be “reformers” often turn out to be the worst oppressors when they take power. Hope and Change? Take these Seven Commandments from Animal Farm and note how they changed as the animals who wrote them took power and...

In an extraordinary event, two Democratic state senators were recalled – the first in Colorado’s history – for voting “yes” on a series of anti-2nd Amendment bills which became law in that state. The losers were John Morse and Angela Giron who were both replaced by Republicans although Democrats still control a majority of the chamber. ...

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Although I live in Kalifornia, I still believe in the 2nd Amendment and am a firearm owner.  I don’t go target shooting as much as I once did, and I’ve never hunted, but that doesn’t mean I take our Bill of Rights lightly.  I had a week’s time and decided to head back to Yellowstone National Park.  I’ve visited there twice before and...