Archive for July 2015

Obama targets vulnerable seniors with gun grab

Imagine a disabled senior citizen who has designated someone else, a family member most likely, to receive their Social Security payments and to manage their bill payments for them. The senior citizen may be in a wheel chair or need a walker or perhaps just wants to have a son or a daughter who isn’t…

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Babes with bullets shooting school

Ladies interested in learning good shooting skills should take this class.  Mrs. TeeJaw took it with a couple of friends.  I heard good reports about it. This video is about something important: How to properly grip a pistol. I would and do teach this same technique, usually with a plastic training gun and emphasis on…

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Supreme Court always stumbles on social issues

Judges and justices are supposed to do one thing, and do that one thing well. The one thing they are supposed to do is decide cases and controversies by applying the law to the established facts of a particular case that comes before them.  A court that does this one thing well will necessarily be in…

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James Holmes Sane and Guilty

An Arapahoe County, Colorado jury has said what everyone who is not in a medically induced coma has known since a few days after James Holmes’ rampage in an Aurora, Colorado theater that left 12 dead and more than 50 wounded. He is sane, and he is guilty on all 165 counts. Thanks and praise…

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Constrain the good guys and give free rein to killers

 “Every time there is a shooting, they want to take away the guns of the people who didn’t do it.” — William Burroughs. Giving free rein to killers is what gun control laws do very well, especially those that create “gun-free zones.” Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez was given free rein to murder his victims by a well meaning but…

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Einstein on war and the “state”

“The really valuable thing in the pageant of human life seems to me not the state but the creative, sentient individual, the personality; it alone creates the noble and the sublime, while the herd as such remains dull in thought and dull in feeling.” —Albert Einstein, from page 7 of The World As I See It (1949).…

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Rich GOP donors gearing up for 2016

Rich GOP donors hopeful for 2016 A trio of Republican financiers—including Paul Singer and Ken Griffin, two of the most prominent GOP donors in the country—has formed a new federal committee focused on the 2016 presidential race and seeded it with $600,000, according to interviews and federal filings. Veteran GOP operative Brian Walsh, who headed…

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Happy Bastille Day

Bastille Day is on the 14th of July and Celebrates the Storming of the Bastille on 14 July 1789. The medieval fortress and prison known as the Bastille represented royal authority in the center of Paris. The prison only contained seven inmates at the time of its storming but was a symbol of the abuses…

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The new rules for political advancement

In every conflict the aggressor makes the rules. If the other side tries to play by rules that depend on morality, ethics, principles or values the aggressor who does not share those values may see an opportunity to use one’s ethics and good faith against it. If the aggressor’s only principle is winning the other side’s moral…

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