Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Some goodies from O'l Remus

If I wish to carry a firearm, openly or concealed, I have the constitutionally-protected right to do so. Note that the Constitution doesn't give me that right, it protects it. I have that right as a consequence of the unalienable right to life and liberty, which are not the government's to give. If someone intends to take either from me by force I have the right to resist.
Karl Denninger at market-ticker.org

The modern Democratic party is the unholy issue of thirties gangsters and sixties Marxists, a criminal organization masquerading as a political party, composed of thugs, lawyers, layabouts, and guilt-ridden dupes, and motivated entirely by a lust for power disguised as the phony virtue of "compassion." And I mean that in the nicest possible way. [Saul Alinsky was one of Al Capone's top lieutenants] Michael Walsh at pjmedia.com

Mayor Bloomberg can pontificate on whether Constitutional Carry should be prohibited and the Second Amendment amended, which is the only lawful means to alter it, if and when, and only if and when, he dismisses all of his own armed security and turns over his own firearms—all of them.
Karl Denninger at market-ticker.org

Deadly assault weapons have no place in Massachusetts. These guns are not made for recreation or self-defense. They are instruments of destruction with the sole purpose of hunting down and killing people.
Gov. Mitt Romney, at signing ceremony for state Assault Weapons Ban in 2004, via market-ticker.org
art-link-symbol-small.jpg A constitution merely prolongs the pretense that a political government can be limited by laws that it will interpret. Eventually, every constitutional government will embrace Lenin's ruling formula—"Power without limit, resting directly on force," says William Grigg in this article, Obamacare and the Revenge of the "Secret Constitution" at Pro Libertate.
art-link-symbol-small.jpg Psyop and circuses - We are to believe that the paltry price shaving performed by LIBOR banks is an expression of ultimate criminality while central bank price-fixing on a day-to-day and sometimes hour-to-hour basis is beneficial? ... Why does the world need a predetermined interest rate anyway? ... The world is run by this criminal cartel and, as we have long observed, they have no compunction about sacrificing their own, says this staff article at The Daily Bell.
art-link-symbol-small.jpg Few ancient sites in the Holy Land have ignited the imagination like the lost tombs of the Maccabees, described in contemporary sources as a magnificent Hellenistic monument that could be seen by sailors on the Mediterranean Sea, 18 miles away. Now a team has detected massive walls and subterranean chambers at a site matching the ancient writings, says Matti Friedman in this article, Is the Maccabees’ ancient mystery close to solution?, at the Times of Israel.

If United Nations gun control treaty is signed - When another Columbine-like, Aurora-like, or Fort Hood-like atrocity occurs, we will be told—in tones of deepest regret, of course—that private firearms possession has become just too dangerous to permit it to continue.
Francis Porretto at bastionofliberty.blogspot.com

(It doesn't mean a thing if it's signed as legally 2/3rd's of the Senate has to confirm this; however even if Hussein tries a sleight of hand, good luck on enforcing it.)

There is only one way to lower the violent crime rate and put the power back into the hands of peaceful people who intend to live their lives to the fullest and in a manner consistent with the rule of law. It's simple, really. One moviegoer with a gun could have prevented 70 innocent people from being shot today.
Mac Slavo at shtfplan.com

Can you ban guns? Of course not: firearms and gunpowder have been manufactured for centuries and any half-decent machine shop could manufacture semi- or fully-automatic weapons. Can you ban mass-murder? Of course not: the Aurora murderer could have detonated a gasoline bomb in the crowded theater.
Doug Ross at directorblue.blogspot.com

Up until 1968 a 12-year-old could order a gun out of the Sears Roebuck catalog and it would be delivered to his door. Yet the incidence of juvenile mass murder was non-existant. What has changed?
At The Rubicon, comment at directorblue.blogspot.com

A lot of people are going to figure out that a mattress is safer than a deposit account that is backed by nothing, pays nothing, is insured by nothing and is threatened with investment risk and state capital controls.. and they will all figure it out at the same time.
Manthong, comment at zerohedge.com

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