2nd Amendment Under Fire
Senator Rand Paul and his Constitutionalist Republican allies vowed a fit of filibusters against any Senate attempts at new gun-control legislation. But another group of Republicans, the usual suspects, has sided with the Democrats, moving Thursday to clip the wings of those wacko birds.
Another shameful liberal attempt to confuse the American public about the right to bear arms.
When the police think that regular citizens — people with whom they must constantly interact in their work — are better off with guns than without them, shouldn’t the people making the laws those cops have to enforce be listening?
The Senate gun-control debate is drawing a distinct line that is separating conservatives who still hold some aspects of the Constitution in respect from those who see it as a nuisance standing in the way of their move toward tyranny and suppression of the people.
Thirteen “conservative” Senate Republicans signed a letter that was delivered a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (Fascist-Nev.) expressing their promise to block the Senate from considering gun-control legislation that includes more background checks. Conservatives in name only (CINOs) like the progressive neocon John McCain say they can’t understand why their colleagues wouldn’t want unConstitutional legislation discussed.
Yeah, this makes sense: A 10-year-old suggests a bully should be shot with a water pistol, so the police confiscate his father’s firearms and the State revokes his concealed-carry permit.
Another law enforcement organization has weighed in on gun control, with a survey of police officers that strongly indicates the importance of keeping Congress’ hands off citizens’ 2nd Amendment powers.
It’s time for Republicans in Congress to prove their mettle as Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) says he will force a vote on Thursday to open debate on new gun law. Facing a coalition of conservative Senators led by Kentucky Republican Rand Paul who have vowed to filibuster new gun legislation, Reid would have […]
Disagreeing with the policies of the current Presidential Administration makes you an insane conspiracy theorist, at least according to Vice President Joe Biden. “Kinda scary man, the black helicopter crowd is really upset,” Biden said of people opposed to universal background checks during an anti-gun speech at the White House. The Vice President went on […]
To the best of my recollection, sometime in the 1990s, the corporate media welded “gun” to “violence,” creating a rhetorical Frankenstein’s monster. With the exception of former Attorney General Janet Reno’s occasional combat operations against her fellow citizens, anytime a firearm featured into a crime, “gun violence” was blamed.
The current Presidential Administration evidently has a great deal in common with the Taliban when it comes to furthering agendas on the graves of dead children. Rounding out one of the bloodiest weeks in the 12-year Afghan war, fighting between U.S.-backed Afghan forces and Taliban militants on Saturday left 11 Afghan children dead following a U.S. airstrike attempting to annihilate militants hiding in a remote residential area.