Saturday, March 28, 2015

Heller Foundation raising funds for machine gun lawsuit

The Heller Foundation alerted its supporters in a Friday email and corresponding post to its Twitter feed that it has joined with the plaintiff and his attorneys by promoting, collecting and administering financial support for the Hollis v. Holder lawsuit.

Kit Lange goes radio.

Kit Lange of Liberty for All writes: "I will be hosting a weekly radio show beginning 2 April from 1600-1700. This week's guest is Cope Reynolds, who will be discussing the role of the militia, and how to start/run an effective unit."
The Patrick Henry Society Show.

Open Letter to the Adjutant General of Washington State

We implore you to do your duty as a free man, as an American, and as an officer. But make no mistake—regardless of your decision, ours is already made.

"Conservatives, Get Serious."

He thinks the Second Amendment should be applied, well, selectively, that owning certain types of guns should depend on where you live. He “would rather you not have” a semi-automatic weapon if you live in a city, for example. (And 5 million NRA members would rather you just stopped right there, please.)

C'mon, Montana. What kind of police state crap is this?

"AN ACT REVISING LAWS RELATED TO FILMING LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS DURING CONDUCT OF OFFICIAL DUTIES; REQUIRING A PERMIT TO FILM ON PRIVATE PROPERTY; PROVIDING PENALTIES; DEFINING "LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER"; AND REQUIRING RELEASE WAIVERS FOR CERTAIN PERSONS.
Montana House Bill 633 will require members of the media to obtain a $100 permit and a release waiver to film or photograph police officers or face a fine of $500.
Of course the anal sphincter who introduced this piece of cop-worshiping garbage is a member of the GOP: Rep. Dale Mortensen (R-Billings), HD 44.
Mailing Address:
446 Caravan Ave.
Billings, MT 59105
Phone Number: (406) 855-1424
Email: Rep.Dale.Mortensen@mt.gov

Just in time for the NRA convention: The Waynermobile and his trusty sidekick SmallCox.

Remember that $15 grab bag from last weekend's gunshow?

I mentioned it here. Well, I've gotten around to unpacking my plunder and separating out the dross from the gold in the hardware and parts and found this nugget, brand new. It is a Lyman 17 AHB front sight. Not bad, eh?
BTW, the .35 S&W Auto pistol cartridges (quantity 3, see list at above link) in the same bag are worth at least $5 a piece. So when you see what looks like a bag of miscellaneous scrap on a table at a gun show or flea market, give it a glance. Thar's gold in them thar baggies.

Self-Hating Jews, Self-Hating Americans, Self-Hating Whites

A lot of that going around.

The latest from the Elmer Fudd Anti-Defamation League.

Fudds object to being called Fudds.
See also David's comments here.

The Evolution of 3-D Printed Firearms

We don’t know if Defense Distributed will succeed in printing a carbon fiber lower receiver. But at some point, rapid advances in 3-D printing technology ensure that someone will.

A partial listing of some of the things that the New York senator has tried to ban over the years.

Meet Chuck Schumer, One of the Most Trivial Pols Ever. And Your Next Senate Minority Leader

'Gun control' politician compares cops to ISIS, says he’d shoot them first

“My ISIS is the police,” Chambers said. “If I was going to carry a weapon, it wouldn't be against you, it wouldn't be against these people who come here that I might have a dispute with. Mine would be for the police. And if I carried a gun I’d want to shoot him first and then ask questions later, like they say the cop ought to do.”

Friday, March 27, 2015

"Army Special Operations Command pushes back against alarmist claims about upcoming exercise."

In the slide show, a map of the southwest region of the United States labels Texas and other territory as “hostile” or “insurgent pocket.” The document also refers to coordination with law enforcement agencies.

Finally catching up.

I've had more sleep in the past couple of days than I've had in a while. Will try to catch up with my backlogged emails today.

Anniversary: 27 March 1836. The Goliad Massacre

"Well, gentlemen! In eight days, home and liberty!"
Shackleford's Red Rovers were among the slaughtered prisoners. It is said that in the aftermath of Goliad, every planter family in the Tennessee Valley of Alabama went into mourning, having lost sons and fathers to Mexican perfidy.
Here is Captain Jack Shackelford's Account.

With "friends" like these, who needs enemas? "California GOP Embraces Gun-Grab Program."

Republican legislators are known for their support of gun rights, yet a letter they sent regarding state Attorney General Kamala Harris last week has a man-bites-dog quality about it. A dozen state GOP senators called for an oversight hearing to examine why Harris has been too slow to confiscate the firearms of so-called “prohibited persons.”

Police Raid Small Family Farm, Charge Family, Seize Animals Because they were Free Range.

The irony here is that the state will lock you in a cage for filming the horrific atrocities at a factory farm while simultaneously trumping up ridiculous and petty violations if you aren’t a factory farm. Just who does the state “protect” by doing these things?

I guess this is what passes for "a woman's right to choose" these days

Woman Throws Molotov Cocktail At Pro-Life Activists

Zimmerman statement coverage highlights media shallowness

Through “sins of omission” or just being unaware, the press keeps information from reaching all who rely on them as their major sources for “popular” news and opinions. Perhaps those who do depend exclusively on "Authorized Journalists" deserve what they get, but their votes cancel out those of the better informed and more involved, and that’s something those in power are counting on.

The latest treason (if you're still bothering to count them as they go by).

U.S. Caves to Key Iranian Demands as Nuke Deal Comes Together