Wednesday, April 2, 2014


Top 5 Guns To Scare Your Daughter's Boyfriend

Via Standing Outside Looking In

NC: Massive Voter Fraud Discovered in 2012 Election

Via WiscoDave

The North Carolina State Board of Elections has found thousands of instances of voter fraud in the state, thanks to a 28-state crosscheck of voter rolls. Initial findings suggest widespread election fraud.
  • 765 voters with an exact match of first and last name, DOB and last four digits of SSN were registered in N.C. and another state and voted in N.C. and the other state in the 2012 general election.
  • 35,750 voters with the same first and last name and DOB were registered in N.C. and another state and voted in both states in the 2012 general election.
  • 155,692 voters with the same first and last name, DOB and last four digits of SSN were registered in N.C. and another state – and the latest date of registration or voter activity did not take place within N.C.
The second point is key, as double voting is election fraud under state and federal statutes. Punishment for double voting in federal elections can include jail time.

In October 2012, Project Veritas produced video showing a Barack Obama campaign worker helping a voter register to vote in both Texas and Florida.

More @ PJ Media

"House of Cards" in West Virginia


Last Friday, the Democrat, formerly self-proclaimed pro-life Governor of West Virginia, Earl Ray Tomblin, vetoed a late-term abortion bill, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (HB 4588).

This commonsense bill bans abortions after 20 weeks when preborn children have been scientifically proven to feel excruciating pain during an abortion.

Despite passing with 80% support from both the Democrat-led West Virginia House and Senate, Governor Tomblin shamefully vetoed the late-term abortion ban, obliterated his pro-life record, and aligned himself with a small minority of Americans who believe abortion should be legal in all 9 months of pregnancy, for any reason.

With one signature, he threw away the trust of West Virginia, an overwhelmingly pro-life state.
And it was all a set up.

More @ Townhall

One dead, several reported injured in 'active shooter' situation at Fort Hood

Via WiscoDave

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The shooting broke out about 4:30 p.m. and killed at least one person at the military post in Killeen, Texas. The shooter is still at large and believed to be inside the post's Medical Brigade Building, according to reports. The installation is on lockdown.

More @ New York Daily News

Goodies from Ol' Remus

The USS North Carolina, BB-55, so drop-dead gorgeous she was nicknamed The Showboat, was commissioned in April of 1941 and served with distinction in every major Pacific Theatre action. During the Battle of the Eastern Solomons her volume of fire was so heavy the carrier Enterprise asked if she were on fire.
She was hit with a torpedo off Guadalcanal, punching a thirty-two foot hole in her hull below the waterline, but was fully back in action in less than six minutes. The North Carolina was decommissioned in 1947 and is on display at Wilmington, North Carolina. [art-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only-rev01.gif photo 1988] The name is now carried by the nuclear attack submarine USS North Carolina, SSN-777, commissioned in 2008. A worthy successor, but no one calls her The Showboat.

Since the first of the year pork is up 45%, (We're going to lose about $3 on the $20 PATCON ticket this time. BT) corn and wheat are up 14%, coffee is up 42%, and cheese is up 21%. All grain-fed livestock, chicken included, are up and so are eggs and dairy products. Vegetables are taking out all time highs. Even the determinedly inattentive have to notice the weekly increase in their grocery bill. 

art-link-symbol-small-rev01.jpg Uninsurance insurance
You're not getting what is commonly known as “insurance.” You're getting a massive bill to pay for other people's chiropractors, marriage counselors, birth control pills, smoking cessation programs, “preventive care” appointments and pre-existing conditions. Health insurance has been outlawed, replaced with a welfare program that has been renamed “insurance.” It doesn't matter if you've been paying for insurance your whole adult life. That policy is now “illegal.”  Put your hands in the air, nice and easy, and step away from the policy, says Ann Coulter in this article, Screw you, Mickey Kaus!, at Human Events.

The world wide party's over - Yes, my loopy progressive friends, the fantasy ride is over. Time to collect the same-sex partners and test-tube kids; get back into the Prius, hope the battery is not dead; and head home to the stagnant economy, the mortgage, the leaky roof, the uncollected garbage, the sky-high energy bills, the unemployed and unemployable college students receiving a DOA education, and a American health care system, once the greatest in the world, now on death's door thanks to your prescriptions. Oh, and let's not forget the misunderstood thugs and terrorists with their knives out, waiting in the driveway to cut all our throats, yes, our—yours and mine.
W. Amselem at 

Ferndale Michigan Public Schools, teacher's union hiring clause:
Special consideration shall be given to women and/or minority defined as: Native American, Asian American, Latino, African American and those of the non-Christian faith.
Tom Gantert at
art-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only-rev01.gif Bill Gates and Common Core - I suspected from the start that Common Core would be a fraud and a failure for a simple reason: it recycled all the bad theories and methods from the last 75 years. If you want to let Bill Gates off the hook, say this: he trusted the wrong people and their bad ideas. The very same people who had dumbed down the schools were now being asked to create a reform program. Oh, really? How could that possibly work?
Bruce Price at
Remus says - Bill Gates is, among other things, a global warming depopulist. His one and only skill is marketing. There will come a day when his name is routinely mentioned with the worst who have walked among us.
Trivia queston - What is the oldest service cartridge still in use today? The 7.62x54R, still used in Russian GPMG’s and some sniper guns. Over 100 years of service, beating out everything else.
Commander Zero at 

Obama, a sore loser but a loser nonetheless - I think Mr. Obama is making the fool of himself yet again. After all, Mr. Obama is the one who instigated the coup in Ukraine where there was an elected Government. Mr. Obama, his diplomats are recorded and we have recordings of them saying – we’ve got to do something about this Government. And then, when it went against him, he got angry. And I’m afraid he is going to shoot himself in the foot yet again.
Jim Rogers at Voice of Russia, via 

Schiff - It’s not that the stock market is gaining value, it’s that our money is losing value. And so if you have a debased currency, a devalued currency, the price of everything goes up. Stocks are no exception. I think we are heading for a worse economic crisis than we had in 2007. You’re going to have a collapse in the dollar, a huge spike in interest rates, and our whole economy, which is built on the foundation of cheap money, is going to topple when you pull the rug out from under it.
Peter Schiff at

For the precious buttercups - Don’t make the world responsible for your emotional well-being unless you enjoy getting hurt.
Scott Shackford at

Underground - A true survivalist, as apposed to a poser militiaman, has no qualms about hiding out like a frightened little girl, safe from confrontation while the die-off commences around him. Once the population is safely out of the picture, THEN you may emerge and be as violent as your suppressed hostility desires.
James Dakin at

Albuquerque again: U.S. Marshals Shoot Unarmed Man, Seize Cell Phone Cameras from Witnesses

Via LH


As Albuquerque residents take to the streets to protest against the ongoing slayings of citizens by their local police department, federal agents got into the act by opening fire on an unarmed man Tuesday morning, then seizing cameras from witnesses.

But more citizens with cameras arrived on the scene as a group of U.S. Marshals stood around the victim, Gilberto Angelo Serrano, proving unafraid to voice their displeasure at the trigger-happy culture that apparently has seeped into all levels of law enforcement in Albuquerque.

Realizing they were outnumbered by cameras, the U.S. Marshals could only ask people to stand back, not bothering to try and stop them from recording as they tried to wrap a bandage around the head of the man they had just shot, who was laying on the sidewalk bleeding.

But a witness named Gabriel Valdez said the Marshals confiscated his cell phone camera as well as his mother’s camera as “evidence,” when he did not even start recording until after the shooting.

The incident took place around 10 a.m. when a group of Marshals were trying to apprehend a fugitive who was driving his truck.

According to KRQE:

Officer Tells Texas Man Openly Carrying Rifle He’s ‘Free to Go’ – It’s Hard to Believe What Happened Just Two Minutes Later

Via avordvet

A San Antonio man was reportedly arrested while openly carrying his rifle while on a walk near his home on Monday. The incident, which was video recorded by the gun owner, started out as a calm and reasonable conversation but ended dramatically with cops tasing the man before they put him in handcuffs.

While it is perfectly legal to openly carry a rifle in Texas, police reportedly arrested Henry Vichique, 19, under a local ordinance that apparently prohibits residents from carrying a loaded rifle or shotgun within city limits.

In a video posted on YouTube Monday, Vichique is seen being approached by officers and immediately ordered to put his rifle on the ground.

“I’m not doing anything wrong, sir,” Vichique replies to the command.

More @ The Blaze

Female veteran: Macy's boss said her 'mindset' wasn't right for a store job because she'd been to war

Via LH

Denied: Kayla Reyes claims that when she interviewed for a position at Macy's she was told that her service in the Army made her ill-suited for the job

A 21-year-old Afghanistan veteran claims she was denied a job in Macy's specifically because of her service in the war-torn nation.

Kayla Reyes says she interviewed for a job on the sales floor at Fresno's Fashion Fair mall in February but was told that she wouldn't be able to relate to customers because she had seen combat.

Reyes, who enlisted in the military at the age of 17, claims that the interview took a turn for the worse when her 4-year army career came up and that the hiring manager said, 'Being that you've been over there, you wouldn't really know how to approach people.'

Stunned, Reyes said the manager continued and said that having spent a year dealing with IED's and the Taliban, 'Once a customer's in your face, you wouldn't know how to do it. You wouldn't know how to react.'

Collecting herself, Reyes said that when she realized the hiring manager had serious misconceptions, she tried to object.

More @ Daily Mail

Tac Tip - Camo Comparisons

Via WiscoDave


We recently got a special order in for some A-TACS patterned gear.  For folks who aren’t familiar with the A-TACS patterns, here is a link to their web page:

It’s pretty good.  I’ve always been impressed with the patterns.  The question with any camo though is not merely how well does it help you avoid detection.  For me, it’s also about how much better is it than other cheaper stuff on the market.  Most of us can’t afford to buy new gear every time something else comes out.

More @ US 3


Things You’ll Proably Never Hear a Southern Boy Say

Via WiscoDave

& the winner is number one! :)

 30. When I retire, I’m movin’ north.

29. I’ll take Shakespeare for 1000, Alex.

28. Duct tape won’t fix that.

27. Come to think of it, I’ll have a Heineken

26. We don’t keep firearms in this house.

25. You can’t feed that to the dog.

24. No  kids in the back of the pickup, it’s just not safe.

'Just Salute and Follow Orders': When Secrecy and Surveillance Trump the Rule of Law
Via Charlie
"When the Left Wing Huffington Post quotes John Whitehead, then you know the nation has gone severely off course. John Whitehead is a Thomas Jefferson for our time." (Indeed)
“The Secret Government is an interlocking network of official functionaries, spies, mercenaries, ex-generals, profiteers and superpatriots, who, for a variety of motives, operate outside the legitimate institutions of government. Presidents have turned to them when they can’t win the support of the Congress or the people, creating that unsupervised power so feared by the framers of our Constitution...”—Journalist Bill Moyers (1988)
Question: How can you tell when a politician is lying?  Answer: When he’s moving his lips.

If that didn’t generate a chuckle, how about:

Q: Why is honesty in politics like oxygen?

A: The higher you go, the scarcer it gets.

Official Policy: Male Federal Workers Can Use Women's Restrooms, Locker Rooms


When an expectant mother visits her doctor for an ultrasound, the doctor invariably asks: Do you want to know the sex of your child?

The Obama administration, however, does not believe an unborn child has a sex -- even when a doctor sees indisputable physical evidence.

Obama's Office of Personnel Management has published what it calls "Guidance Regarding the Employment of Transgender Individuals in the Workplace." This document speaks of "sex" as something a person has "assigned" to them only after they make it through the birth canal.

"Transgender individuals are people with a gender identity that is different from the sex assigned to them at birth," says the guidance. "Someone who was assigned the male sex at birth but who identifies as female is a transgender woman. Likewise, a person assigned the female sex at birth but who identifies as male is a transgender man."

More @ Townhall

Krauthammer's Take: 7.1 Million Enrollees a 'Phony Number'

Big Day for Gun Rights in NY


Today in Albany, angry gun owners rallied against Governor Andrew Cuomo’s SAFE Act – an unpopular piece of legislation that outlaws the sale of AR-15s and includes restrictive registration requirements.

It's perhaps no surprise gun rights activists stormed the state capital in protest, after the SAFE Act has resulted in an astounding 1,200 felony charges. A few familiar faces were in attendance, including real estate mogul Donald Trump, who recently announced he will not be entering the state gubernatorial race. Trump spoke with John Zack and Susan Rose of WBEN radio this morning ahead of his appearance. While on air, he insisted gun rights is still a crucial issue for Republicans in the Empire State:
“I’m a big Second Amendment person […] Their voice is not being heard with what they’re doing with guns and the UnSAFE Act I call it.”
More @ Townhall

'My 7-Step Plan to Destroy America'

Via Jonathan

April Fool

Via Blue

NC: Public Notice



From a reader

British sniper in Afghanistan kills six Taliban with one bullet

Via Knuckledraggin' My Life Away

The sniper incident is one of a dwindling number of gun battles between British forces and the insurgents

A British sniper in Afghanistan killed six insurgents with a single bullet after hitting the trigger switch of a suicide bomber whose device then exploded, The Telegraph has learnt.

The 20-year-old marksman, a Lance Corporal in the Coldstream Guards, hit his target from 930 yards (850 metres) away, killing the suicide bomber and five others around him caught in the blast.

The incident in Kakaran in southern Afghanistan happened in December but has only now been disclosed as Britain moves towards the withdrawal of all combat soldiers by the end of the year.