Archive for September, 2009

Stole this from Hot Air.

I hope this goes through. I am so tired of California’s draconian laws on guns. Maybe a case can be brought against this state for impeding on the RTKBA.

I would like to see this state become a “shall issue” state.

Supreme Court Grants Cert in Second Amendment Incorporation Case!

This is the question that the Court held off considering in Heller.

Whether the Second Amendment is incorporated into the Due Process Clause or the Privileges or Immunities Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment so as to be applicable to the States, thereby invalidating ordinances prohibiting possession of handguns in the home.

Heller finally settled the question of whether the Second Amendment protects and individual right to firearms. But unlike most of the Bill of Rights, the Second Amendment has generally (and with some exceptions back in the 1800s) not been applied to the states.


Kudos to FedEx…

Posted: 30 Sep 2009 in Hero, Uncategorized
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Kudos to FedEx! These guys deserve your business. They just earned mine.

FedEx flies terminally ill girl home

Because of caring people and a caring company, a terminally ill little Green Forest girl was flown home Friday by air ambulance from M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, so she can spend her last days surrounded by the people who love her most.

Jada Harper, who turned seven on Sept. 1, has an inoperable malignant tumor in her brain and is in a coma with a ventilator doing her breathing for her. She has been at the famous cancer center in Houston since July, but her situation is now at the point not much else can be done to help her.


Another reason to treat Hollywood with contempt. Whoopi Goldberg is a moron. The majority of the idiots in Hollywood think just like she does. Pathetic. I used to like her, until she started talking.

They’re all pedophiles if they support this asshole Polanski.

And people actually listen to these idiots.

Roman Polanski: backlash as Whoopi Goldberg says director didn’t commit ‘rape-rape’

Goldberg, star of The Color Purple and Sister Act, said: “I know it wasn’t rape-rape. I think it was something else, but I don’t believe it was rape-rape.”

“He pled guilty to having sex with a minor and he went to jail, and when they let him out he said ‘You know what, this guy’s going to give me 100 years in jail. I’m not staying’. And that’s why he left.”


Still feel sorry for the pedophile?

Read this:

Roman Polanski: What Did He Do?

Last year, transcripts of Geimer’s 1977 grand jury testimony, which resulted in six charges against Polanski, were made public. The transcipts include shocking details of 13-year-old Geimer testifying that the 43-year-old Polanski plied her with champagne and part of a Quaalude before performing oral, vaginal and anal intercourse on her, despite her demands to “keep away.”

Yeah. Just sex. Just sex.


Here’s more on this one:

Roman Polanski, 1979: Press Understands My Plight Because (and I Do Quote) “Everyone Wants to F— Young Girls!”
Child Rape Apologist Wes Anderson Has a Kid’s Movie Coming Out

Via Andy Levy, this charming interview from 1979, when I was still younger than the girl he drugged, raped, and sodomized.


Daily Reading:

Kathleen Parker suggests those who are horrified by ACORN check out the SEIU.

66% of the country is at least somewhat angry about the policies of our current government.

Youth unemployment is at its highest rate since World War II.

Frank DeMartini wonders if Obama is the next Wilson.

Conservatives win big in Germany.

Jay Nordlinger muses on the events of the last few weeks.

The New York Times paid tribute to William Safire.

Have Increases in Population, Affluence and Technology Worsened Human Well-Being?

Indur Goklany, Journal of Sustainable Development Can Paul Krugman Read?

Chris Horner, Planet Gore

The Military-Industrial-Environmental Complex

Iain Murray & Roger Abbott, Washington Examiner

Gore-Backed Car Company Gets Big U.S. Loan

Josh Mitchell & Stephen Power, Wall Street Journal

Behind the Furor over a Climate Skeptic

John Broder, New York Times

The Dog Ate My Global Warming Data

Patrick J. Michaels, National Review Online

Obama’s Climate Fantasies

Myron Ebell, National Post

Cap-and-Trade Depresses Home Prices

Ryan Young, Politico

Peer Review or Old Boy Network?

Marlo Lewis,

Obama’s Anti-Energy Policy

Dan Kish, Washington Examiner

Rep. Sensenbrenner Scoffs at China’s UN Climate Speech

Stephen Power, Wall Street Journal

Redact and Withhold

Washington Times

Green Groups Open War Room

Mike Allen & Jim Vandehei, Politico,

The United States Is the World’s True Energy Superpower

Donald Hertzmark,

There’s no end to this dude’s lies.



More on those damn lies of his:

Is Your Money Really Your Money? Not if You Ask the Democrats.
By Jimmie Bise

Remember when the President said, even when confronted with a dictionary, that a tax wasn’t actually a tax because he decided to call it “a responsibility”. Well, call it whatever you want, but according to the Joint Committee on Taxation, if you don’t pay whatever it is, you’ll go to jail for a year or pay up to a $25,000 fine.

Not like Al Capone, though. He went to jail for tax evasion. You’ll go to jail for…err…not fulfilling your responsibility to pay money the government says you must pay but isn’t a tax, honest and for true, because the President said it wasn’t. Admittedly, it’s going to take up a bit more room on your criminal record, but perhaps you can explain it away by saying you didn’t really go to jail; you went to a “freedom restriction facility”.

After all, it’s the President’s world. We, and the definitions of common words, are just living in it, right?


Literary Lion Obama Will Roar No More
Jack Cashill

The major media will not likely tackle the emerging evidence of Obama’s stunning literary fraud, but the days of Obama’s boasting about his writing skills are just as likely over.

The immediate cause of concern at the White House is Christopher Andersen’s largely benign new book, Barack and Michelle: Portrait of an American Marriage.

Andersen contends that the ambitious Obama, unaware of JFK’s own literary fraud, hoped to launch his own political career with a book as did John Kennedy with the discreetly ghost-written Profiles In Courage.


Samurai vs Burglar…

Posted: 24 Sep 2009 in Axis of Idiots, Guns, Media

This is deep.

Gregory Kane: Get a handgun, save a life
By  Gregory Kane

Here’s the punch line:

A Baltimore Sun editorial lamented the killing, claiming that “even burglars don’t deserve to be killed with a razor-sharp sword.” (That leaves us all to ponder this question: What, exactly, DO burglars deserve to be killed with?) Later, in the same editorial, the writer pondered what would have happened if Rice had been armed.

And there, dear readers, you have a classic example of what I call lib-think. I take it you noticed the underlying assumption: Criminals are supposed to be armed. It’s kind of in their job description. But law-abiding citizens being armed? Oh, perish the thought.