Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Celebrate the birthday of the great Sam Colt

Samuel Colt (July 19, 1814 – January 10, 1862) was an American inventor and industrialist from Hartford, Connecticut. He founded Colt's Patent Fire-Arms Manufacturing Company (today, Colt's Manufacturing Company), and made the mass production of the revolver commercially viable.

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Polls and Media showing lacking support of Clinton

 A recent Washington Post/ABC News and CBS/New York Times polls suggest that the American public is far less forgiving.

On Monday, the Washington Post published the results of their poll, conducted July 6-7, which asked respondents several questions regarding the Clinton email scandal. When asked, “Do you approve or disapprove of [FBI Director James] Comey's recommendation that Clinton should NOT be charged with a crime?”, a majority of 56 percent answered that they disapprove of his decision; this included a majority of independents. A mere 35 percent approved of FBI’s recommendation.

According to the CBS/NYT poll - “Do you think Hillary Clinton is honest and trustworthy, or not?” 67 percent deemed her not honest and trustworthy, including 74 percent of independents. A CBSNews.com article on the recent poll noted that the 67 percent figure is “up from 62 percent last month and the highest percentage this election cycle.”

7 Thoughts we all need to read and use!

This is a partial version, please read the entire article with this link!

"After the attacks by radical Islamists in San Bernardino and Orlando, Americans did not rally together as they had after 9/11. Instead, almost immediately, the country was torn further apart. About half the nation saw the terrorist killings as a reason for stricter gun control rather than a reason to fear the continuing spread of radical Islamic terrorism."

7 thoughts partially listed:

1) We are in a war. The nature of war is that there is ALWAYS a next battle. Right now, our enemies are planning the next atrocity.

2) No combatant has the luxury of declaring themselves a "noncombatant." I'm ...

3) It is disingenuous to say, "This could happen here," since it is already under way here, Most recently, ...

4) We are the only country in the world who can defend against this 4th Generation style of warfare. For those of you who slept in, 4GW war is a war where the lines between politics and war, civilians and soldier become blurred. From William S...

5) The reason the United States is the only country positioned to fight on this new and confusing battle field is because we are the only country with ARMED CITIZENS. Diffuse attacks require diffuse responses...

6) While the media and the chattering class (of which I usppose I am a member) will continue endlessly harping on the Mobius Strip time-waster of "why why why?????," I submit that for we civilians out on the battlefield, "why" is a completely worthless word. Whether the attacker was "inspired by ISIS," "a copycat attack" or the North Vietnamese Army regulars, our tactical responses need to be the same.

7) Need I say it again? YOU ARE ON YOUR OWN!

Monday, July 11, 2016

Sheriff Clarke gives much needed advice to Obama!

Much Needed Advice: ‘Shut Up.’

Read it here or watch below.

National Media Fans Flames

If any organization acts in a racist manner towards my gun rights, it’s you, the national news media.

You call the NRA racist, while in the same breath telling blacks like my firends that they shouldn’t own guns because they can’t be trusted to not just kill each other.

Name one thing the NRA does to make it harder for black people to access their Second Amendment rights.

Go ahead. Name one. You can’t.


Stricter gun control to combat the gun violence that has only grown since Chicago’s handgun ban?

In his latest video with NRA News, Colion Noir criticizes the recent anti-gun demonstration held by Illinois members of the U.S. House of Representatives in downtown Chicago.


Tuesday, July 5, 2016

‘We The People’ Nails it this Independence Day!

Aren’t you incredulous at what this great nation has become?

Aren’t we all fed up with our tyrannical government, propagandists in the media, socialists in office, politically correct censoring elitists and extreme departure from all that this nation once stood for?

Freedom. Pride. Strength. Honor. Faith.

A line in Big SMO’s latest song ‘We The People‘ sums it up best: “Government mobs they thinkin they Gods, they takin our jobs and wanting our guns, too.”

Well I’ve had it, and apparently I’m not the only one.

μολὼν λαβέ, patriots.


What Fort Hood Soldiers Are Capable of Doing When Armed!

When a man and woman became involved in an altercation in their vehicle at 1:30 a.m. in Prince Solms Park in New Braunfels, TX, seven soldiers from Fort Hood intervened to resolve the situation between the two.

Thinking the situation was resolved, the soldiers went on their way, but unbeknownst to them, the good samaritans had only merged the couple’s anger and directed it toward them.

The soldiers, ages 18-25, told police the female retrieved a 9 mm handgun under the driver’s seat and handed it to her boyfriend, who immediately began shooting at the soldiers.

New Braunfels Police said the soldiers stated they were forced to run to their vehicles for cover as the suspect continued to fire in their direction. One soldier was able to retrieve his personal handgun and shoot “cover fire” to ensure his fellow soldiers could find cover.


Guns Sales BOOMING!

June 2016 saw the most FBI gun background checks of any June since the current system went into effect.

The agency reported on Sunday that it processed more than 2.1 million gun related checks in June, an increase of more than 600,000 over the previous record set last year.

That makes June the 14th month in a row to see a new background check record, including every month of 2016. This year is on pace to break 2015’s record  for most checks in a year.

Last month’s numbers are still lower than the first four months of the year, which tracks with standard seasonal lulls in sales for the industry. However, June’s numbers are higher than May’s—a departure from previous years when June had traditionally seen the fewest checks of any month.