Tag Archives: second amendment

Mass murderer hits gun-free zone

Mass murder succeeds only in gun free zones.

This past Friday, the anti-constitutional mainstream media and their comrades in liberal legislative houses across the country were given, they hoped, more ammunition (sorry about that word), to continue their destruction of the Bill of Rights: a classic mass murder story

What are you afraid of?

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.

Is anyone still asking, “What are you afraid of?” No one who is paying attention, that’s for certain.

As the gun control debate raged across this country, several weeks ago TPATH proposed legislation that, in a sense, acquiesced to the growing need for a National Registry for the purpose of firearms purchases.

Sheriff: last line of defense

Your local sheriff might be all that stands between you and a coup d'état.

By law, the sheriff is Chief Law Enforcement Officer of your County and answers only to you, the people who elected him. The sheriff is under no obligation to adhere to any unconstitutional law instituted by the state or federal government. In short, he is the last line of defense against an overreaching government.

Is this still America?

Mass murder succeeds only in gun free zones.

Much has been written about the recent Obama Administration scandal that centers on the IRS’ abuse of power. One of the most profound questions asked during the House Ways and Means Committee investigation was by Rep. Kevin Brady (R) of Texas who asked: “Is this still America?”

State legislators – an open letter

Mass murder succeeds only in gun free zones.

Dear State Legislator,

During the past several months I have attended a few of the hearings held in the capitol as one committee after another sat in judgment of my rights as an American citizen and debated as to what extent they would unconstitutionally infringe on the Bill of Rights.

Honoring the office

Theodore Roosevelt knew something about honoring the office of President.

Concerning honoring the office of President, Theodore Roosevelt had this to say:

Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean to stand by the president or any other public official, save exactly to the degree in which he himself stands by the country. It is patriotic to support him insofar as he efficiently serves the country. It is unpatriotic not to oppose him to the exact extent that by inefficiency or otherwise he fails in his duty to stand by the country. In either event, it is unpatriotic not to tell the truth, whether about the president or anyone else.

Divider-in-chief: sinister plan?

Barack H. Obama gave one of the worst State of the Union addresses of his career.

Once again, for at least the 10th time that we can recall, this forger of documents, this usurper of our Presidency, this master of furtiveness, the one posing as the President of all the people, has propped himself up in front of cameras and recording devices and demonstrated his only real competency, which is his extraordinary skill of creating hate and distrust, anger and fear. Three statements from the “Divider-in-Chief,” just in the past few days, were malicious continuations of what now appears to be a well thought out machination.

Too late for America?

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.

Is it too late for our country?

The dust has long since settled regarding this past Presidential election which has embittered, disappointed and jaundiced many of those recently awakened patriots who left the comfort of their homes, traveled to DC or state houses and protested the organized destruction of their country. So many of them believed in their hearts, that millions of promulgating citizens, could wake up and shake up entrenched politicians. The question is: have they?

Traitors among us

Obamacare brought two circuits to a crossroads of the Constitution

Traitors can come from a myriad of places – but none are more effective than those foxes that have been entrusted to watch the henhouse. We can debate if they exist in America and who they may be - with the man now occupying the White House being the first on many lists – however, there may be others that also qualify but slip under the radar.

Gun control failures in Senate

The Second Amendment is the reset button on the Constitution

Gun control lost badly in the Senate yesterday. Seven gun control measures came to an up-or-down vote. All seven failed. But those votes were close. That, and the rhetoric from de facto President Obama and other gun control proponents, tells us something. It shows again the people are one vote, or one election, away from tyranny.