Archive for January 2013

Fiery Hillary Clinton at the Benghazi Hearing in the Senate

At yesterday’s Senate hearing on Benghazi, Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin was the only Senator to ask Hillary Clinton a tough question: Johnson pressed her about the administration’s conflicting explanations for the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, which killed the ambassador and three other Americans. “With all due respect, the…

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More on Military Weapons and the Second Amendment

In a previous post, Military Style Weapons and the Second Amendment, I argued that the correct answer to the question of what types of firearms are covered by the Second Amendment is that citizens have the right to possess any weapon that a tyrannical government would use against them.  This conclusion is necessary, I said,…

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If you lose in court, can you publicly criticize the judge?

Say the judge denies you visitation of your children when you are the non-custodial parent in a divorce case. So you say publicly, either orally or in print or both, that “Judge so-and-so’s actions constitute child abuse.” Will that statement get you in trouble? Convicted of a crime? Thrown in jail? Well, it did all…

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Once again it is a crime to be a Jew in the German Reich — UPDATED — It’s legal again

UPDATE December 12, 2012: Germany votes to keep circumcision legal Circumcision remains legal in Germany Original post from June 27, 2012 follows: The Australian reports: The regional court in Cologne, western Germany, ruled that the practice of circumcising children before they could decide for themselves amounted to grievous bodily harm. The ruling was expected to…

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Defiant Obama — most liberal president in U.S. history

Nile Gardiner in the UK Telegraph: If anyone remains in any doubt that the next four years will be a relentless exercise in left-wing presidential radicalism, look no further than Barack Obama’s second inaugural address. This was not a president in any mood to reach out across the political aisle, or to give words of comfort…

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The Presidential Oath Obama will take today

The Constitution (Article II, Section 1) states the words that must be recited: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” Just words. The long national…

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It’s Gun Appreciation Day!

Gun Appreciation Day Go to the range, a gun show, a gun store, or a gun appreciation day event if there is one in your area. Show the fascists we’re not going to rest until they stop dancing in the blood of victims and leave us alone because WE ARE NOT THE PROBLEM! Thousands of…

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