Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Concealed-Carry Saves Life in NM

Thanks to concealed-carry, an innocent woman is still alive and a would-be murderer isn't. Too bad that balance isn't struck more often.

Monday, August 29, 2005

Canada's Fashion Police

Looks like Toronto cops have enough time on their hands to worry about the attire choice of some Canadian kids. Geez, don't they have donut shops up there??

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

More Abuse of Power In New Jersey

God help you if you leave your dog in the car while you run into the store. I'm generally anti-litigation, but in this case I hope this woman sues the living tar out of everybody involved.

Memo To Illegals: Break The Law, Get Rewarded

This is absolutely disgusting. At least it clearly illustrates the unequivocal need to smash illegal immigration, dismantle tort law and put judicial impeachment apparatus in place all at the same time.

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

'Penguins' Beat 'Bowling'

'March Of The Penguins' has already grossed more than Michael Moore's flagship work of fiction 'Bowling For Columbine'. So, Michael... how does it feel to be out-performed by a bunch of stinky, flightless birds?????

Thursday, August 18, 2005

Sick & Tired of Cindy Sheehan?

I know I am. But I'll start off by emphasizing that my support for the military is total and without question and the death of any person serving in the armed forces is a loss not only for the family, but for all of us.

I've left this story alone until now, but now I have to get this out of my system. As regards Cindy Sheehan... let's face it, she's an activist (the Birkenstocks give her away), she was an activist long before her son went to Iraq and I suspect he joined the army in the first place to get the heck away from her. Her husband has very recently filed for divorce (he's a saint for sticking with her this long) and her family has gone out of their way to voice their opposition to her. “This country is not worth dying for” - Cindy's own words reveal her activism and the media's canine subservience to the 'Cindy Sheehan story' has enabled her to use the death of her own son to advance her activism. With the usual suspects of the left falling in line behind her, checkbooks in hand and with the full weight of their useful idiot membership to bear, the nation and the world will be forced to endure the incessant drone of Vietnam comparisons, 'Bush Lied' chants and renditions of 'Imagine' that have the physical effects of a dose of Ipecac. I said it before and I'll say it again: you can say you support the troops all you want, but you can't support the troops and not support the mission. By doing so, you become a willing tool of the enemy (Islamic terrorism, in this case). Mrs. Sheehan may not be strapping explosives to herself, but as far as Bin Laden is concerned, what she is doing is the next best thing.

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Gun Rights 'At Issue' In The UN

American gun owners need to be very aware of the ongoing UN efforts to abridge the second amendment. In this respect, Senator Vitter's Second Amendment Protection Act of 2005 deserves every measure of our support. In reading the Newhouse article, the arguments presented by the anti-rights groups are full of the usual truck-sized holes, but one in particular is worth mentioning here:

Wendy Cukier, president of Canada's Coalition to End Gun Violence, said the issue is a priority to the United States' northern and southern neighbors because 80 percent of gun crimes committed in Mexico and 50 percent in Canada involve guns that originated in the United States. Strong gun control laws in Mexico and Canada, she said, are being undermined by lax laws in the United States.

"The United States never hesitates to impose standards on other countries: pushing Canada to strengthen its border controls in the fight on terrorism and for Mexico and Central American countries to reduce the flow of drugs north across the border," Cukier said. "But it won't take steps to reduce the flow of guns outside the United States, and that's a big problem in Canada and Mexico."

Really Ms. Cukier? Not according to this article:

Mexico’s strict gun control laws are contributing to an illegal gun market and easier access to weapons, according to U.S. law enforcement officials that are close observers of a recent upswing in border violence.

So, as observed by real law enforcement officers who track this activity for a living, it's the oppressive gun control that's actually to blame for the increase in crime. But I suppose you'd like us to ignore law enforcement studies and accept the word of the UN and their anti-rights bed mates instead? Would that be the 'Oil For Food Scandal' UN or the 'UN Sex Abuse Scandal' UN? Oh, I forgot... it's all the same UN! And would that be the same anti-rights groups that promised British gun owners that their legally owned firearms were not in danger of confiscation?? Hmmmm....

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Toronto Mayor: "There's No Reason To Own A Gun"

Mayor Miller thinks there's no reason to have a gun in the home. In the immortal words of Moe from the Three Stooges... 'think again, porcupine'. Ahh, but why should the good mayor let facts get in the way of advancing his socialist agenda or pandering to his liberal voter base?

It Seems Kofi Has A Sense Of Humor...

...one has to assume, unless you're a big enough turnip to believe this. Talk about the chief rat doubling the guard on the cheese...

Friday, August 12, 2005

Able Danger & Sandy Berger?

Three guesses as to what was on those documents that found their way into Sandy Berger's pants...

Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Democrat Shenanigans In NJ

For this reason, every single elected Democrat in New Jersey should be arrested and investigated (in that order). Geez, this place is a mess.

Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Stupid Name Change Tricks

Moronic nonsense like this is why I'm finding it harder and harder to support President Bush. First, it's the War On Terror (what it really is), now it's Global Struggle Against Violent Extremism. Next it'll be New Global Struggle Against Violent Extremism, and finally Global Struggle II. Tell you what, if Rove is the brain behind this little semantic circle jerk, for once I'll have to agree with the Democrats in believing that he needs to be fired.