Monday, September 22, 2014
The antis just don’t know how to make that happen, which leads to frustration and rage when they realize that ultimately, they’re the ones who are impotent to force their will on no-compromise gun owners, their childish Alinsky Rule 5 insults about “compensating ammosexuals” notwithstanding. The fake egalitarians realize there’s not enough billionaire-funded Astroturf to cover over the grassroots, and that their incessant blood-dancing only makes a big splash with those inclined to wallow in gore for gain.
If you’re going to get drunk and then go for a drive in your car that you just reported stolen, get involved in a police chase, wreck your car, and then decide that your next brilliant move is to break into a home… well, maybe you need to pick your “victim” with a little more care.
"In military affairs, quantity has a quality all its own." -- Clausewitz.
Intelligence agencies around the world typically regard China’s approach to spying as sloppy and unprofessional. While many other countries focus on stealth and finesse for espionage, China’s focus is on mass numbers. While regarded as unprofessional, China’s approach has also been extremely effective. The challenge posed by China comes down to a simple fact: it has too many spies for foreign intelligence agencies to keep track of.
From Allen West comes this remarkable video of Marines at Camp Pendleton singing Days of Elijah in a worship service. West comments:
Oh boy, this here video is surely going to send the head chucklehead of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, Mikey Weinstein, into a apoplectic state of frothing hysteria. And you can imagine that the leadership of the Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation is running about gnashing their teeth and tearing at their clothes. This video taken at Camp Pendleton shows U.S. Marines at a Christian worship service singing the upbeat Christian song, “Days of Elijah.” And as you will see, they are very enthusiastic about the song.
The lyrics explained here: The Story Behind Days of Elijah
Gabby Giffords, irreproachable figure of sympathy, has fashioned an improbable new role for herself this election year: ruthless attack dog. The former Democratic congresswoman, whose recovery from a gunshot wound to the head captivated the country, has unleashed some of the nastiest ads of the campaign season, going after GOP candidates in Arizona and New Hampshire with attacks even some left-leaning commentators say go too far. And Republicans on the receiving end are largely helpless to hit back, knowing a fight with the much-admired survivor is not one they’re likely to win.
And she wants you to feel sorry for her. Poor, poor, pitiful her.
Sunday, September 21, 2014
National Political Secret Police Find It Tough. Poor Babies. What's so tough about being SPLC's sock puppets?
The departures are a result of what employees widely describe as a dysfunctional work environment, abysmal morale, and the lure of private security companies paying top dollar that have proliferated in Washington since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. The department’s terrorism intelligence arm, for example, has cycled through six directors during the Obama administration, decimating morale and contributing to months-long delays in releasing intelligence reports, according to interviews and government reports.
What's so tough about being SPLC's sock puppets?
More than a year later, John Geer’s family still doesn’t know the name of the officer who killed him. The last day of Geer’s life was Aug. 29, 2013. His longtime partner Maura Harrington had moved out with their two girls and the breakup seemed amicable until that day. Geer became upset, started drinking, and tossed some of Harrington’s belongings into the front yard. She dialed 911, hoping Fairfax County police officers would calm him down. Instead, they killed him.
Regarding the latest push to ban "sniper rifles," Oleg Volk had already predicted it:
“Learning that Eric Holder has asked the judge to delay turning over thousands of Fast and Furious documents has enraged me,” Terry-Willis acknowledged. “I thought about writing Eric Holder a letter to ask him one simple question ‘Why?’ I came back down to reality assuming, as usual, the question would fall on deaf ears and never be answered. “If Eric Holder or anyone else in the Administration did not know about the horrific Fast and Furious scandal prior to the death of my brother, Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, then what is it they are afraid of in the documents?” she asked. “Wouldn't they want to know the same questions as my family?
Saturday, September 20, 2014
Like this is a big surprise. Endorsing the power of the state to disarm and attack your fellow citizens.
“We stand for liberty and individual rights. They stand for taking our liberty one chunk at a time,” Wilson said. “These are the people the framers of the Constitution had in mind when they wrote the Constitution.”
No, these are the people the Founders had in mind when the Sons of Liberty went around tarring and feathering Tories.
Because if it’s just guns, it stands to reason to expect this latest report to show similar results for the five million members of the NRA, arguably the most armed-to-the-teeth civilian population on the planet. Maybe the public health hoplophobes can get back to us after they've compared our homicide rate to, say, that in the gun-free UK...