Thursday, September 12, 2019

A Roundup Of Recent Posts From The New Site

It is kind of hard to consistently do duplicate posts and I've been a little slack about it.

Here are my most recent posts from the new blog website.

Thanks for the PR, Marion!

Examines Marion Hammer's latest published at the Washington Times. She violates that rule of PR that says sometimes saying nothing is the best policy.

9-11 Plus 18

It is hard to believe it has been 18 years since a group of Islamofascists hijacked four planes and used them as guided missiles.

Dear Larry R. Merlo

An open letter to the CEO of CVS pharmacies on their decision to request shoppers not carry in their stores, open or concealed, because they want to create a "safe environment."

Another Illegal Mayor

What is with the mayors belonging to Bloomberg's Illegal Mayors. They just can't stay out of trouble. The latest is the mayor of Fall River, Massachusetts who is under Federal indictment for extortion.

Victimhood Does Not Convey Policy Expertise

CBS Sunday Morning ran a commentary from Odessa resident Shauna Saxton. It has now since disappeared from both YouTube and the CBS News website. She was calling for compromise on gun control. You know what that means - we give up even more of our rights.

Perceptive Comment on Walmart Ammo Decision

Pete Brownell had a very apt comment on the decision by Walmart to stop selling handgun and "short barrel rifle" ammo.

Tweet of the Day

Justin Maloney had a great tweet about gun buybacks.

Only in San Francisco

My take on the SF Board of Supervisors' resolution calling the NRA a "domestic terrorist organization". The sponsor of the bill is a leader of the Demanding Mommies. Go figure.

Might I Make A Suggestion

Given that Walmart has decided to stop selling handgun ammo, I suggest  you use my affiliate links to purchase your handgun ammo from They have the good stuff and I make a little money.

That about wraps it up. If you landed here and are reading this post from another site's blogroll, let me know. I'll send them an updated link to the new website. That is I think you'll like the new look.

Monday, September 2, 2019

Special Elections In North Carolina Under Way

Grass Roots North Carolina reminds us that not one but two special elections are now under way here in North Carolina. The first is in the 3rd District to replace the late Rep. Walter Jones Jr. who passed away in February. The second is in the 9th District which includes parts of Charlotte and was a result of the Board of Elections ordering a new election. The first was tainted by vote harvesting which is illegal in North Carolina - though not in California it seems.

The GRNC-PVF has these recommendations:


GRNC Political Victory Fund recommends you vote for GREG MURPHY in this Special Election, which is fast approaching. Below, under 'Voting Information,' you'll find information about early voting, which by the way, is already underway! Election Day is September 10.  

GRNC Political Victory Fund recommends you vote for DAN BISHOP in this Special Election, which is fast approaching. Below, under 'Voting Information,' you'll find information about early voting, which by the way, is already underway! Election Day is September 10.  
"One of these crazy white nationalist guys could just roll up into a gun show right here in North Carolina and buy all the assault weapons they want."
– Dan McCready
To Dan McCready, as a gun owner you are a “crazy white nationalist” and he is trying to tell people that one can buy guns from dealers at gun shows without a background check. McCready WILL attack your rights if elected.

Read more here:

Your Vote is Critical
Bishop's and Murphy's opponents are far left-wingers who can be counted on to support gun control. If victorious, they will surely be hanging with the likes of declared socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other anti-gun, power-hungry leftists. If the anti-gun candidates win, you can be sure they will be coming for your guns, which is bad enough, but ultimately, you can count on them coming for ALL of your rights. In short, v
ote like your rights depend on it---because they do. And, if you've kept up with the news, you know that these statements are not hyperbole.
Contact Other Gun Rights Voters
Please remember to call friends and family who live* in the 3rd or 9th District and remind them that
GRNC Political Victory Fund recommends a vote for GREG MURPHY in the 3rd and DAN BISHOP in the 9th on or before September 10. If you're receiving this message, and don't live in one of these districts, please remind anyone you know who does live in one of them to vote.
* The 3rd District consists of the following counties: Beaufort, Camden, Carteret,
Chowan, Craven, Currituck, Dare, Greene, Hyde, Lenoir, Jones, Onslow, Pamlico, Pasquotank,
Perquimans, part of Pitt (Pitt is split between District 3 and District 1) and Tyrrell.
*The 9th District covers all or parts of: Mecklenburg, Union, Anson, Richmond, Scotland, Robeson, Bladen, and Cumberland counties.

Voting Information
Special Election One-Stop Early Voting is underway right now and ends on September 6. Check your county's one-stop site information for specific times and locations. Election Day is Tuesday, September 10 from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PM. Click here to find your polling place on election day, or click here to find your One-Stop Early Voting location(s). Absentee ballots must be postmarked by Election Day (September 10) and received by 5 PM three days after Election Day (if by mail). Click here to check your voter registration.

Same-day voter registration: One-stop absentee voting (commonly known as "early voting") allows any registered voter to cast an absentee ballot in person on select days prior to Election Day. In 2019, Special Election one-stop voting is happening right now, and it ends on Friday, September 6.
Unlike on Election Day, when registered voters can only vote at their specific precinct location, one-stop voting allows registered voters to vote at any one-stop absentee voting site in their county, but only during the early voting dates. One-stop sites will have all the ballot styles for a given election at each site.

Sunday, September 1, 2019

Virginians! Avoid These Enemies Of Your Rights

Virginia’s state motto is Sic Semper Tyrannis. Translated into English it means “Thus always to tyrannts”. I say those who would abridge your God-given right to self-defense as enshrined in the Second Amendment are indeed tyrannts.
Unlike John Wilkes Booth, I think there is a better way to deal with these petty tyrannts. Don’t vote for them.
But who are they you ask. Thanks to Brady United Against Gun Violence – formerly the Brady Campaign – we know at least 33 of them.
Washington, D.C., August 29 — Following its endorsements for Virginia’s General Assembly — which included Sen. Dick Saslaw for State Senate, and Dan Helmer and Sheila Bynum-Coleman for the House of Delegates — the gun violence prevention organization Brady is proud to announce its second set of endorsements in the Commonwealth. The organization has officially endorsed a diverse set of candidates that have made gun violence prevention a top-tier issue:

House of Delegates: Wendy Gooditis (House District 10), Sam Rasoul (House District 11), Chris Hurst (House District 12), Danica Roem (House District 13), Larry Barnett (House District 27), Joshua Cole (House District 28), Kathleen Murphy (House District 34), Eileen Filler-Corn (House District 41), Kathy Tran (House District 42), Alfonso Lopez (House District 49), Hala Ayala (House District 51), Marcus Simon (House District 53), Jeff Bourne (House District 71), Schuyler VanValkenburg (House District 72), Shelly Simonds (House District 94), and Phil Hernandez (House District 100)

State Senate: Mamie Locke (Senate District 2), Herb Jones (Senate District 3), Cheryl Turpin (Senate District 7), Missy Cotter Smasal (Senate District 8), Ghazala Hashmi (Senate District 10), Amanda Pohl (Senate District 11), Debra Rodman (Senate District 12), John Bell (Senate District 13), John Edwards (Senate District 21), Creigh Deeds (Senate District 25), Adam Ebbin (Senate District 30), Janet Howell (Senate District 32), Jennifer Boysko (Senate District 33), and Dave Marsden (Senate District 37)
Working on the enemy of my enemy is my friend doctrine, I have to assume that the opponents to these 33 are at least marginally better. I notice at least one of these candidates – Creigh Deeds – was at one time endorsed by the NRA.
These candidates are expected by Brady to support red flag laws, magazine bans, and a state “assault weapons ban” (sic). I’m sure both Brady and Gov. Ralph Northam (D-VA) have more on the drawing board.
Look to state-level gun rights organizations for evaluations of their opponents. These include the Virginia Citizens Defense League and the Virginia Shooting Sports Association. VCDL has a page with candidate evaluations from the 2019 primary. I think contributions made to state-level organizations like these go much further than to national organization. Both have ways to contribute online. I can’t speak for VSSA but I do know that VCDL does have their own PAC which endorses and supports candidates.
The bottom line here is to prevent Virginia from becoming another Maryland or worse for Constitutionally-enumerated rights. Moreover, as a North Carolinian, I don’t want the state next door to become a gun control haven. Stuff like that has a way of migrating.