Monday, September 10, 2012


Bob Woodward Inadvertently Confirms The Coming Economic Apocalypse.

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 46 minutes ago
"Suppose we have an auction and no one shows up?" more »

More of the gift that keeps on giving.

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 49 minutes ago
Mexican weapons cache uncovered may be linked to Fast & Furious. more »

This just in from the Issa Committee

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 53 minutes ago
*Tuesday’s Hearing Featuring DOJ Inspector General Rescheduled for Wednesday, September 19 WASHINGTON – House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa today announced that the hearing previously scheduled for tomorrow to examine the Department of Justice Inspector General’s report on Operation Fast and Furious has been rescheduled for Wednesday, September 19. Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz has confirmed his attendance for the September 19th hearing where he will discuss his report of the investigation into reckless conduct in Operat... more »

Charles G. Koch: Corporate Cronyism Harms America

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 1 hour ago
I'll go him one better. Corporate cronyism is treason, and ought to be punished as such. The Founders made the same critique of the Crown and the British mercantilists. more »

'Fast and Furious' guns ended up in Colombia

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 3 hours ago
The gift that keeps on giving. *U.S. weapons that were exported to Mexico as part of the controversial "Fast and Furious" program ended up in the hands of Colombia crime syndicate Oficina de Envigado, reported newspaper El Tiempo Monday. According to the newspaper, investigations by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) have established that some of the weapons found during the arrest of Oficina boss "Sebastian" were part of the thousands of arms lost in the Fast and Furious program. "Two rifles that were seized in February with "Frank," the brother of Seb... more »

Obama Thugs Rough Up Gallup For Polls They Don’t Like

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 3 hours ago
Casting doubt on the future prospects of Dear Leader will get you a visit from the Justice Department. *In a scene right out of a typical authoritarian regime, Fox News reports that “employees at the venerable Gallup polling firm suggested they felt threatened by Obama campaign adviser David Axelrod when he questioned the methodology of a mid-April poll showing Mitt Romney leading the president – according to internal emails published Thursday.” That poll that sent Axelrod ballistic showed Romney leading Obama 48-43 percent.* more »

Praxis: Item Number One On The Long List Of Things NOT To Do When You're Stoned.

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 3 hours ago
Police: Michael Smeriglio accidentally shoots off his penis and testicle; friend arrested on drug charge. more »

Links for 2012-09-09 []

- Roubini to CNBC : QE3 Is Coming - The American Revolution 2.0 | Gerald Celente Trends Blog The American Revolution 2.0 - USA to Start Trade Wars with Nations Opposed to Monsanto, GMO Crops | Gerald Celente Trends Blog USA to Start Trade Wars with Nations Opposed to Monsanto, GMO Crops - Gold is Natures Currency - It Cannot be Printed - Matt McLennan | GOLD and SILVER MARKET Gold is Natures Currency - It Cannot be Printed - Matt McLennan - America ~ Freedom to Fascism (Aaron Russo) | Gerald Celente Trends Blog America ~ Freedom to Fascism (Aaron ... more »


Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 14 hours ago
I recently had a question come through about one of my pictures. Specifically, it was about what's in the end of this scope... That's a killflash. There are some ways out there to eliminate glare or flashing off the lens of one's optics. A few ways are using sunshades, taping pantyhose nylon over the end (I do this with binoculars sometimes), or using a killflash. Basically, a killflash is a honeycomb-like device that is deep enough and has holes small enough to prevent reflected sunlight from the scope lens from being an issue ("issue" here refers to being spotted by the bad ... more »

Anti-Obama Pic #2 Political Documentary: Now Bigger Than 4 of 5 Michael Moore Movies

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 16 hours ago
It’s a heated contest between conservatives vs liberals in the political documentary genre, too. 2016 Obama’s America grossed $26.2M by end of today (give or take some bucks) and passed 4 of Michael Moore’s five political documentaries to become the #2 all-time biggest. more »

ATF’s rule of three strategies and double-dipping rewards

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 19 hours ago
You sometimes meet the most interesting people at the gun range. more »

Painted AR

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 20 hours ago
I still have some touch-up to do due to sloppy taping around the scope lens. I also might go back and do the "mesh" pattern in a few spots like I did on the .308. Here's the AR though. The extended rail is from Troy, the scope is a GRSC 1-4x CRS, and the AR itself is a plain Stag Arms. Like before, it's a bit off-color in the back portion of our dead yard. more »

How much Cash Should I have?

If you have been reading this blog for some time you already know that there’s much truth in the “cash is king” saying. When disaster strikes the “cash only” signs go up. When you have to buy / sell on the go, cash makes it happen. When banks go on holydays and everyone is looking for an ATM with some money left, Cash not only buys you good and services, it allows you to get some pretty nice deals. Since we’re talking deals, nothing gets you as many of those as a wad of cash at the right time. For someone looking to close a sale, the money being physically within hands reach, liter... more »

Fast & Furious: Who knew what? Report could detail the chain of decisions behind Fast, Furious

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 1 day ago
But don't hold your breath. *The other high-ranking administration official to have learned of Operation Fast and Furious was Kevin O'Reilly, a national security staff member in the White House. Emails written in 2010 show that William Newell, then the special agent in charge of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives' Phoenix office, told O'Reilly about Fast and Furious. The administration refused to let congressional investigators interview O'Reilly. For some conservative critics of the Obama administration, tying Operation Fast and Furious more directly to th... more »

David Codrea: Treaty with Mexico takes death penalty off table for Terry murder suspect

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 1 day ago
"The arrest announced Friday by Mexican federal police of Jesus Leonel Sanchez Meza, a suspect in the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, will bring another perpetrator closer to justice if found guilty, but at the same time hits a legal roadblock that could complicate the prisoner’s extradition from Mexico to the United States. Unless assurance are given that the death penalty will not be sought or imposed, Mexican authorities will refuse to turn Sanchez Meza over for prosecution." more »

John Robb channels Kipling

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 1 day ago
Keeping Your Head When All About You Are Losing Theirs. more »

Praxis: Short Fingers and Fat Butts

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 1 day ago
Handgun Fit for Defensive Shooting more »

Ursus Minor: What about Liberal Mom & Tree Hugger Aunt Sally?

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 1 day ago
We touched on this question briefly a while ago, as relates to children who are growing up into little Lefties. But Ursus makes a good point: What if your mom or dad is getting on in age, and you'd rather not put them in a retirement setting, and the only family choice is for that relative to live with you? What if that relative is a flaming, hardcore Lefty who insists on Obama cutout cardboard posters and election signs in the front yard? This does not simply go to a matter of free speech, to me. Remember, most fortified seiges are ended by someone within the gates who opens the ba... more »

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