Friday, June 29, 2012


Why Are People Surprised?

Unprofitable Servant at The Arctic Patriot - 12 hours ago
It amazes me how many people are shocked at the Supreme Court's upholding of Marxist Medicine. Even among the "the system is broken" people, there are a surprising number of people who really seemed to hold out hope. If this shocked or disappointed you, perhaps you have not yet come to grips with where we are. *Government NEVER gives up power willingly*, seeking to rule over that which it not ought, over that which it has no right or ability to rule. This is natural, seeing that *man never gives up power willingly*, likewise seeking to rule over that which he ought not, over that ... more »

David notes "A Minor Footnote to History."

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 13 hours ago
"A source provided this to Mike and me, and it's kind of fun seeing our names in a government document that isn't a no-knock warrant or an executive order to take us out with drones." more »

Funny. Media Matters reacts to my Black Thursday post.

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 13 hours ago
*Dear Media Matters, if you are going to waste more of George Soros' money you should at least know the difference between shit and shinola. That's shinola on the right.* "Ex-Militia Blogger Who Spawned Fast And Furious Scandal Predicts Armed Insurrection Over Health Care Decision." Don't miss the comments, too. We really do understand them a lot better than they understand us. We recognize that they occupy an alternate worldview. They mere think we're isolated nuts that can be scooped up with a government butterfly net. They also seem to think that name-calling actually accomplis... more »

The Oreo Rainbow

Unprofitable Servant at The Arctic Patriot - 13 hours ago
I grew up eating Oreos with my Grandfather when he got home from work. Well. I'm done. No celebration of *that* for me. So sad. more »

Today is a milepost only in the Gunwalker investigation. Hold all applause until the end of the scandal.

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 13 hours ago
It's done. In truth, I never thought we'd get this far. Holder's defiant. Here's Issa's "Statement on Bipartisan Vote Holding Attorney General in Contempt over Refusal to Produce Fast and Furious Documents." WASHINGTON – The U.S. House of Representatives has approved a resolution holding Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress over his refusal to produce Operation Fast and Furious documents subpoenaed last October. The vote on H.Res. 711, making a finding of contempt, was approved by a vote of 255 to 67. Seventeen Democrats crossed party lines to join the majority in... more »

Roberts FU to Obama?

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 13 hours ago
So, here is the skuttlebutt: John Roberts decided to protect the Court *and*get a little payback by ensuring Mitt Romney would be our next President. How? Let ObamaCare live, let the entire American voting public know it is a tax, energize the Conservative base of the R Party and the real Tea Party voting block to ensure the Enthusiasm Gap is closed by Mitt and not Obama. He handed the big, steaming pile of ObamaCare right back to the President so he could choke on it. Pretty darned slick theory. To accept it one would have to take the position that John Roberts was willing to use... more »

House Votes Holder In Contempt of Congress

Ironwill III at Resistor in the Rockies - 16 hours ago
256-67 in favor of contempt charges. Changes nothing. Brian Terry and countless others are still dead. more »

American Liberty Congress

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 17 hours ago
What say you, Patriots? Are you more motivated now to stand on their steps and look them in the eye? We are less than a week from the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. Americans have been here before. It is our turn. Kerodin III more »

Treason - Five Supreme Court Justices Stand Accused

Ironwill III at Resistor in the Rockies - 19 hours ago
"As much as I abhor violence, I will not shed five tears for when justice is served." From Cowboy Confessional verbatim: The United States of America ceased to exist this morning.America’s constitutional foundation had been whittled away over decades of judicial abuse and congressional mischief. There had been various rallies to resurrect the republic, to make government obedient to the more »


Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 21 hours ago
Regardless of what happens with the Holder contempt vote, today will likely be remembered by freedom-loving people as Black Thursday. My response to a reporter a few moments ago: "You may call tyranny a mandate or you may call it a tax, but it still is tyranny and invites the same response." "Hey, what's the address o' the Supreme Court? I wanna write 'em a nasty letter." LATER: The other day I did an interview which will appear, I am told, on Monday. Here is a relevant portion of that which deals with the decision today. *Question: You said in an interview with the Washington Po... more »

We're All Slaves Now

Ironwill III at Resistor in the Rockies - 21 hours ago
I don't need to explain why. Or you can RESIST!The choice is YOURS! more »

Get it?

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 22 hours ago
Do you understand now? For each and every one of you who have taken the position that the Supreme Court is the legitimate arbiter of what is, and what *is not*, Constitutional, enjoy your "Constitutional" Mandate. Now would be a very good time to start reading your Jefferson and Madison about the scope of the Judiciary. Start here at NCRenegade for some Jefferson. An act is NOT Constitutional simply because 5 men say so. Would it be Constitutional for the same 5 men to outlaw your handguns? Of course not. If one million people call a Zebra a cow, the Zebra is still not a cow. The ... more »

The Effect of the Subconscious on Performance

Rifleslinger at Art of the Rifle - 23 hours ago
*This article is based primarily on what I have gleaned by reading **Lanny Basham's****With Winning In Mind**. If you want to get your mental game in gear, you need to read it. * Of all the things you might think would limit your shooting performance, gear would be the first thing for most shooters to consider, which is not very useful. Wherever you go, there you are, right? If you are a bit more serious, you will go to technical skill, which is good. But even if you have top of the line gear and your individual skills are “there”, your performance will still only rise to the ... more »

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