Accuser, Judge, Jury and Executioner

by Jake on March 7, 2013 3 Comments

Obama's attorney general, Eric Holder, admitted yesterday that he and the administration believe that it is possible to use drone strikes to kill Americans on American soil.

Unbelievable, but true. I wrote about this 9 months ago and we now know that the insane notion of a president ordering the assassination of an American citizen could come true.

Some startling comments below by Holder leave me to believe that this administration would have no problem justifying such action.

"The president could conceivably have no choice but to authorize the military to use such force if necessary to protect the homeland,"

"it is possible, I suppose, to imagine an extraordinary circumstance in which it would be necessary and appropriate under the constitution and applicable laws of the United States for the president to authorize the military to use lethal force within the territory of the United States,"

These types of ...

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The Second Amendment Is NOT About Hunting Or Shooting Sports

by Jake on December 29, 2012 1 Comment

I am so sick of hearing politicians and the media spinning their message on gun control and the Second Amendment. They try and rationalize their gun grabbing scheme by saying that our second amendment rights won't be violated by bans on weapons, because we will still be able to hunt and enjoy shooting sports without semi- automatic **"assault weapons".

Let me tell you something, the Second Amendment has nothing to do with hunting or shooting sports!!

Our forefathers lived under a tyrannical system. They knew that when we were finally free from it, that there was always the chance that those elected to govern (not rule) would overstep their mandate and try to take complete control and power over those that they were supposed to represent. The evil, power hungry, domineering side of human nature can raise it's ugly head anytime a government is given too much power ...

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A Perspective On The Sandy Hook Massacre

by Jake on December 17, 2012 2 Comments

Just like bees to honey, the mass media and liberal politicians have jumped all over the tragedy in Newtown Connecticut. A horrific loss to all mankind will be used to pursue an agenda that has been going on for decades.

The lefties are blaming guns for this hideous crime. Yes, the gun, that inanimate piece of metal with wood or plastic that can't think, move or do anything without human input. The old saying that "guns don't kill people, people kill people" is so true and it's time people realize that a gun is only as dangerous as the person using it.  There are thousands of gun laws on the books. Some of the most strict laws are in Chicago where gun related crimes occur so frequently that it's nearly impossible to keep track of them.

The most dangerous weapon in the world is not a ...

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Black Friday - Cyber Monday Bulk Ammo Sale

by Jake on November 25, 2012 0 Comments

Looking for a sale on bulk ammo? Check out these deals, use DU9 for coupon code. Sale ends 11/26/12

Federal 5.56mm 62gr 420-Round Ammo Can XM855 $153 after coupon

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Winchester Target .380 Auto 95gr FMJ 50 Rounds  $16.88

Lake City 5.56mm M196 Tracer Rifle Ammunition 820 Rounds in Cans / Comes With 10 30 Round Magazines FREE For A Limited Time. $360 after coupon

The coupon can be used for other items as well. Use the coupon during checkout to verify. Minimum purchase is required.

Another Executive Order To Give Obama Absolute Control

by Jake on July 9, 2012 3 Comments

ObamaObama's executive orders are becoming more and more frightening with each and every stroke of his pen. As pointed out in a recent article by the Free Canadian Press,( it doesn't appear that you will find this story in the American media) Obama's pattern of executive orders seems to be aimed at giving him absolute power during what "he" deems to be a national crisis.

From Joseph and Doug Hagmann:

After reviewing this order, one is forced to wonder whether the actual function of this order is to assure continuity of communications during an actual emergency, or if this order is designed to expand the control of all communications by implementing measures that redefine crises and emergencies. In the context of the most recent orders implemented by the stroke of his pen, it would appear that Obama is more concerned with command and control than ensuring continuity ...

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Drones In America Will Soon Be Big Brothers All-Seeing Eye

by Jake on June 12, 2012 1 Comment

The use of drones here in the United States is fast becoming a major concern for all freedom loving Americans. Drones in America will soon be Big Brothers all-seeing eye. They are small, quiet and for the most part, undetectable by those being watched. We have no real idea what data is being gathered and how it is being used, but I can assure that it's not for the benefit of you and I, but for the benefit of Big Brother and the total control of those they want to "rule" rather than govern.

One of America's brightest legal minds and true Patriot, Andrew Napolitano has given a very dire warning (a must read) on the proliferation of drone usage in America. outrage at the coming use of drones - some as small as golf balls - to watch us, listen to us and record us. Did you consent ...

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"Stop It Here, Stop It Now"

by Jake on May 16, 2012 0 Comments

One of my most admired commentators, Charles Krauthammer, was speaking on Fox News the other day regarding the subject of drone usage here in the United States. As you may know, there is a plan in effect to fast forward their use against the people of the United States by our wonderful, big brother, government.

Big city police departments have already purchased drones and there have already been instances in which they have been used against the citizens of this country. The said intention of these drones is to go after "bad guys", and I'm all for that. Unfortunately, we all know that these will be eventually used to watch over innocent citizens as well. The use of drones in America is without a doubt, an invasion of our rights and privacy, even when used against bad guys.

Everyone needs to get on this before it gets out of ...

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DHS To Purchase 450 Million Rounds of Ammunition... Why?

by Jake on March 29, 2012 1 Comment

.40 caliber ammoAnother strange move by the Department of Homeland Security. It appears that the department has secured 450 million rounds of .40 caliber, hollow point ammunition and has an open bid for 175 million rounds of .223 ammunition. The question is why??

From The American Dream:

Somebody out there has decided that the Department of Homeland Security needs a whole lot of ammunition.  Recently it was announced that ATK was awarded a contract to provide up to 450 MILLION hollow point bullets to the Department of Homeland Security over the next five years.  Is it just me, or does that sound incredibly excessive?  What in the world is the DHS going to do with 450 million rounds?  What possible event would ever require that much ammunition?  If the United States was ever invaded, it would be the job of the U.S. military to defend the country, so that can't ...

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A New Hampshire Grandfather Is Facing Felony Charges For Using A Gun To Stop A Burglar

by Jake on February 21, 2012 0 Comments

Instead of thanking Mr. Fleming for using his own gun to stop and hold a burglar at his house, police in Farmington, New Hampshire are charging him with felony reckless conduct. It appears that this poor man who was just protecting his own property and that of his neighbor, could possibly face the same amount of jail time as the accused burglar.

From The Daily Mail:

Neighbours are calling him a hero but police say he was reckless and possibly deserving of jail time just like the burglar he helped catch.

The 61-year-old who caught the burglar breaking into his home and a neighbour's in New Hampshire faces a felony charge after firing a single shot into the ground to scare him.

'...he crash-banged out of a house right down the road here and I happened to see him,' Dennis Fleming of Farmington told WMUR recounting the robbery Saturday ...

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New TV Series On National Geographic - Doomsday Preppers

by Jake on January 22, 2012 0 Comments

As we all know, prepping for the future has gone mainstream. If you are not preparing yourself, you probably know someone who is. People from all walks of life, from doctors to ditch diggers, are prepping.

On Tuesday 2/7, the National Geographic Channel will air its new TV series called Doomsday Preppers. The show will focus on average, everyday people who happen to be preparing for "TEOTWAWKI" or "the end of the world as we know it."

The first series of shows will star 8 different preppers and their families. Show topics will range from "The Bug Out" to "The Wood-Powered Car." National Geographic's supposed experts will assess the preppers and determine their chances of survival should the SHTF.

See this short video from the show:

Virtual Pat-Downs - Police Search For Concealed Weapons Without You Knowing

by Jake on January 18, 2012 0 Comments

Big Brother is at it again. The NYPD and the US Department of Defense have teamed up to violate your right to privacy without just cause. 

If you are a law abiding citizen that likes to carry a concealed weapon to protect yourself, don't go to New York City. If you live in New York City, consider moving out as your elected officials consider you a subject, unworthy of constitutional protections.

From CBS New York:

The NYPD is stepping up their war against illegal guns, with a new tool that could detect weapons on someone as they walk down the street.

But is it violating your right to privacy?

Police, along with the U.S. Department of Defense, are researching new technology in a scanner placed on police vehicles that can detect concealed weapons.

“You could use it at a specific event. You could use it at a shooting-prone ...

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One Industry Not Hurt By The Economy

by Jake on January 11, 2012 0 Comments

It should come as no surprise, everyone seems to be arming themselves these days. First time buyers have been fueling gun sales in the last year.

From Outdoor Life:

Gun sales shattered records on Black Friday and that pace continued through the holiday shopping season as more than 1.5 million instant criminal background checks for firearms purchases were conducted in December, according to the FBI.

In the six days before Christmas, gun dealers submitted nearly half-a-million names for checks on criminal records and mental health issues, with 20 percent coming on Dec. 23, according to the AP. That was the second-busiest gun-buying day in history, topped only by firearm purchases on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving.

“The firearms industry is one that hasn’t suffered in this economy,” Larry Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America, told CNBC. “Everyone else is hurting, but not firearms.”

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Warning: Check Concealed Carry Reciprocity Laws Before Traveling

by Jake on December 16, 2011 0 Comments

Many Americans have acquired concealed carry permits so that they can carry a weapon on their person for protection while out and about in their state. With the recent jump in firearm sales, many more people will be obtaining them in the near future.

When you get a concealed carry permit, you must be aware that the right to carry only applies to the state or in some cases the city in which you reside. The permit does not give you the permission to carry anywhere in the country, unless the other state has some sort of reciprocal agreement that will allow you to use your home states' permit.

Recently, Mark Meckler, a prominent Tea Party leader, found out that his California permit was not valid in New York:

"Mark Meckler, an attorney and national coordinator for Tea Party Patriots, who holds a concealed-carry permit from the state of California ...

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House Approves Defense Bill: New Military Authority Will Not Extend To US Citizens?..... Depends On How You Interpet It

by Jake on December 14, 2011 1 Comment

From Fox News:

The House has passed a $662 billion defense bill after the White House dropped a veto threat over provisions on handling terrorist suspects.

The vote Wednesday evening was 283-136. In a closed-door meeting, conservative Republicans had expressed some concerns over the provisions, fearing an expanded role for the military in domestic law enforcement.

The White House had threatened a veto but was mollified by revisions to the provision mandating military custody for terror suspects.

Press secretary Jay Carney said last-minute changes that Obama and his national security team sought produced legislation that "does not challenge the president's ability to collect intelligence, incapacitate dangerous terrorists and protect the American people." 

Based on the modifications, "the president's senior advisers will not recommend a veto," the White House said. 

The statement came just moments after the House wrapped up debate on the $662 billion bill that would authorize ...

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First Time Buyers Fuel New Gun Sales

by Jake on December 10, 2011 1 Comment

From Greg Allmain at the Federal Way Mirror:

Black Friday sales usually make people think of hot deals on home appliances, electronics or clothes. But what about guns?

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, 2011's Black Friday saw the most background check requests in a single day, with 129,166 requests being made to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). This eclipsed the previous record of Black Friday in 2008, in which 97,848 requests were made of the NICS, and far surpassed 2010's Black Friday request number of 87,601.

In Federal Way, the national trend was pretty much reflected, said John Powell, store manager for Wholesale Sports. The store, located on South 348th Street, sells both hunting firearms and handguns.

"It was good, for sure," Powell said. "I don't honestly know if it was a record or not. It was definitely busy ...

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