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Rep. Jim McDermott: Making the same argument for tyranny that was made 244 years ago…

In 2009 a segment of our society had decided they were taxed enough already, that government had expanded beyond its constitutional boundaries, and that their tax dollars were being squandered by out of control spending.  They attracted people from all walks of life.  People who were tired of being political pawns for an elected body who no longer put the interest of the nation and people ahead a personal gain.  Out of the toxic environment the Tea Party movement was born.  Within a year and a half they went from Astro Turf to grassroots to political powerhouse.  They became a threat to the establishment and the business as usual crowd in Washington D.C.  They wanted to organize.  They wanted to educate the public.  They wanted to reacquaint citizens with the … Read entire article »

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Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me; fool me thrice…I’m an idiot!

Over the years with the help of the media and the Republican establishment, Democrats have mastered the art of picking the Republican Presidential candidate they want to run against.  Both in 2008 and in 2012 they built up two moderate Republican candidates knowing full well they would have a hard time winning their base.  They have somehow manage to convince the establishment that a non-polarizing candidate is the way to go. And it has worked out perfectly for them.  Once the Republican candidate is chosen the media changes its tone and piles on.  Moderating rigged debates they do everything they can to help the Democrat along while throwing up as many obstacles as they can for the Republican candidate.  In the last two elections the Republican candidate was soundly beaten.  … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (The Next Generation edition)

Ronald Reagan once said, “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.” My grandfather used to say, “You kids today are made of glass.”  He would tell me that we had it made as compared to his generation.  You always hear the same, this generation is crap and the people from our generation worked harder, were more respectful, and had more common sense.  Looking back at my teenage years in the early 1980s and comparing … Read entire article »

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Why the left demonizes our Founding Fathers

Yesterday while listening to the Sean Hannity radio show a caller who identified himself as a liberal questioned why conservatives hold such a godlike reverence towards our Founding Fathers.  After all these men were nothing but rich, white, slave owners who spoke of liberty and yet enslaved a people.  You could sense the caller’s contempt towards our founders in his visceral tone.  It had a healthy dose of arrogance seasoned with anger.  He further went on to call conservatives unintelligent people who only cared about huge corporations.   Mr. Hannity let the man continue on with his rant without saying a word.  Finally the caller asked, “What do you have to say about that?”  Paraphrasing Mr. Hannity’s reply, he said something to the likes of, sometimes the best thing to do … Read entire article »

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Ohio Democrat Convicted of Voter Fraud, because Voter Fraud Never Happen

It’s no wonder that liberals deny reality. If they stopped, the cognitive dissonance would cause their tiny brains to explode-quite possible resulting in a sneeze. For a long time now, we have been regaled with the ‘fact” that voter fraud is not an issue in this country, and when voter fraud occurs, those same nay sayers plug their ears and shout “LALALALALALALA” to avoid the discomfort that comes with the truth. For the latest example, we need to go to Cincinnati, where a Melowese Richardson managed to vote early and often in several elections. Well, it turned out that she voted more than twice, and the legal system agreed… Cincinnati.com reported, via True the Vote: Long-time Hamilton County poll worker Melowese Richardson was convicted Monday of illegal voting and could … Read entire article »

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Is the Guns and Ammo Shortage Crisis Ending?…Maybe

I’ve finally been able to get my hands on 9mm ammo and let me tell you it makes me happy happy happy.  Over the past two weeks I’ve noticed that handgun ammo shelves at my favorite sporting goods stores are beginning to fill up again with popular calibers.  It appears the great guns and ammo crisis of 2013 may actually be coming to an end; at least until the next panic buying kicks in.  I’m not the only one who has noticed this.  Check out the below video from Student of the Gun Homeroom. The key to making this last is to pace yourself when purchasing ammo.  If everyone buys a little at a time to fill their stockpile we all win. Liberty  forever, freedom for all!   … Read entire article »

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“The Purge”; Suspend all regulation of the free market for one year…let’s see what happens

The other day I saw a trailer for a movie hitting theaters on June 7 called ‘The Purge.”  The premise of the story is about a family living in an America in the future trying to survive the annual purge.  What is the purge?  It’s a 12 hour period where all police, hospital, and emergency services are suspend and all crime becomes legal, even murder.  This government sanctioned purge allows people a release for one night to do whatever they want.  The other 364 days out of the year they live in an America that has an all time low employment and crime rate.  It’s widely accepted that the reason for this prosperous utopian society is because of the purge.  This science fiction thriller touches on the notion that we’re … Read entire article »

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Memorial Day Tribute

These heroes are dead. They died for liberty – they died for us. They are at rest. They sleep in the land they made free, under the flag they rendered stainless, under the solemn pines, the sad hemlocks, the tearful willows, and the embracing vines. They sleep beneath the shadows of the clouds, careless alike of sunshine or of storm, each in the windowless Place of Rest. Earth may run red with other wars – they are at peace. In the midst of battle, in the roar of conflict, they found the serenity of death. I have one sentiment for soldiers living and dead: cheers for the living; tears for the dead. — Robert G. Ingersoll I can’t even begin to tell you all how grateful and thankful I am for the … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Facebook debates edition)

I really dislike having debates over Facebook.  I especially dislike debating liberals on Facebook because it provides them an avenue to look smarter on a specific topic than they really are.  Let me explain.  I love American History.  I have read hundreds of books on the subject.  My main focus has been on the Founding Fathers and the writings that influenced them.  I love it so much I have decided to pursue my Masters Degree in American History. I considered myself pretty well read on the topic of the creation of our system of government.  I’ve read the notes from the constitutional convention, the Federalist and anti-Federalist papers, the Virgina Plan, and about the delegates and their views on government.  I can talk it pretty good because I have a solid … Read entire article »

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I think President Obama’s team watched this “How To” video

Yesterday the President announced it’s time to narrow the scope of the drone campaign against al Qaeda and its allies, close the military prison at Guantanamo Bay and oh yeah bring an end to the 12 year “war on terror”.  Quite the round up of controversial topics to bring up from an administration that’s up to its arm pits in three major scandals.  One might think they are trying to change the subject.  Perhaps the President’s team has watched the below “How To” video. By the looks of it Jay Carney may have watched this video.  He has practiced these techniques more than a few times during his daily White House press briefings.  Or you can take the direct approach by invoking your 5th amendment right during a hearing in which … Read entire article »

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Lassoing Leviathan

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve heard a new defense growing for the IRS scheme that singled out Tea Party groups that applied for tax exemption.  In my last post I pointed out the first I saw of such a defense from the Huffington Post.  Basically they dismiss any wrong doing due to the nature of Tea Party groups.  As Amy Poehler joked on Saturday Night Live, “You’re surprised you are targeted by the IRS?  You named yourself after a group of people who proudly and historically violated tax laws”.  Since this is in fact true, it isn’t out of bounds to logically conclude that these groups might also violate tax laws. Of course, the modern Tea Party isn’t the Tea Party of the 18th century and the tax laws … Read entire article »

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Civil Disobedience: Citizens Defy NJ Senator, Recite Pledge

This is what happens when people stand together and engage in civil disobedience… Of course, liberals will say this is racism, and should be banned, stamped out, and anyone engaging in it be publicly hounded and harassed. Of course, if they were communists, Anti-Semitic, burnt or vandalized businesses, raped women, encouraged the raped women not to report the rape, beat up camera men, threw police officers in front of buses, and so on, that would have been the finest example of civil disobedience ever! … Read entire article »

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Economist Pete Morici: “The President sets a terrible standard by his own conduct.”

Economist Pete Morici was on Fox and Friends yesterday morning and ripped President Obama and his administration for the “know nothing” narrative they’re trying to push in regards to the three major scandals enveloping them.  He stated that the President has set a terrible standard by his own conduct.  Check out the below clip. Leaders in any organization set the tone through example and their enforcement or non-enforcement of the standards.  When a leader’s example sets a terrible tone in an organization this is this tone their mid to lower level managers will feed off of.  They will have their template as a model for all their actions.  President Obama is the leader of the Democratic Party.  He has set the tone for the Party and that tone has been extremely … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Scandals edition)

A scandal is defined as the following: 1. a disgraceful or discreditable action, circumstance, etc. 2. an offense caused by a fault or misdeed. 3. damage to reputation; public disgrace. 4. defamatory talk; malicious gossip. 5. a person whose conduct brings disgrace or offense. Make no mistake by its very definition three major scandals are at the doorstep of the Obama administration.  These are not the first scandals that have enveloped this administration (Fast and Furious and recess appointments) but they seem to be the ones that have gained the most traction.  At the end of the day I’m not convinced that any of these scandals will touch Obama, and truthfully I’m not sure it matters.  The damage is done.  The Tea Party movement has been jumped started again and no matter … Read entire article »

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Politics is Scandalous

For weeks I’ve been visiting the Huffington Post and looking for stories on Benghazi.  To nobody’s surprise, I found almost nothing.  On the days that big stories broke on even the major news networks, nothing was to be found on the HuffPo.  The last few days have been quite different – Benghazi everywhere!  When the IRS and AP stories broke, nothing on HuffPo, but the stories are mentioned now.  Is the HuffPo that slow to respond to news? The stories are to be found on the biggest political blog in the world, but they were buried for bigger headlines like Angelina’s mastectomy and the ills of cheap labor overseas.  All of those recent stories on the scandal subjects are, of course, in defense of the administration.  Go figure. Peter Goodman praises the … Read entire article »

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Judge Napolitano: “They violated the most core protected rights under the constitution…”

Judge Napolitano does a great job in the below segment explaining the process the DOJ must to go through to obtain a subpoena for the phone records of hundreds of AP reporters.  On the surface it doesn’t appear they followed procedures and the Judge rips them for it.  Check it out. I’m not sure how deep the rabbit hole runs on this one.  I do know that a majority of Americans are still not tuned into any of these scandals and why I will not be surprised if all of them eventually run out of gas.  It’s just the way it is in America.  Too many people have their heads and the sand and they can’t see that their liberties are being stripped from them. Liberty forever, freedom for all! … Read entire article »

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This is the type of government our founders rejected

We need to get back to the basics as a people.  With all the scandals, corruption, attacks on our gun rights, attacks on our free speech, attacks on our faith, ignoring the constitution, crushing taxes, usurpations of states rights, suffocating regulations, and government using its institutions to threaten and impose its will on the people we need to find our way back to liberty and reject tyranny.  Take a good look, because this is what a soft tyranny looks like and we own it!.  This is the type of government our Founding Fathers rejected and we too should reject it.  236 years ago our founders stood against the type of despotic government we have today and eloquently listed their grievances against the Crown in the Declaration of Independence. We hold these … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Late edition)

Today was a work day,,,in the yard,  This is why my Sunday link round-up is getting out so late.  This winter was extremely hard on my grass and it’s having a very difficult time of it.  So yesterday and today I spent most of the day raking, aerating, fertilizing and watering my back and front yard.  Anyone who knows me knows I’m about my yard; something I got from my father.  So I’ve been going at it full throttle for the past two days.  It was a very busy week in the news from the Benghazi hearing to the IRS targeting conservative organizations.  I was telling a friend that it feels as if things are beginning to come undone for the administration at least from a conservative viewpoint. None of … Read entire article »

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there.  Take some time today for yourselves.  You most definitely deserve it! Thank you for all you do! … Read entire article »

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Once again the lamestream media buries the Benghazi story

Once again the lamestream media is doing its part to bury the Benghazi story.  When it comes to this administration and Hillary Clinton they’re all in and will do whatever is necessarily to protect both.  The other day on his radio show, Mark Levin called them the Praetorian media after the Roman Emperor’s personal bodyguards called the Praetorian Guard.  Their function is much like the Praetorian Guard of ancient Rome; protect the emperor at all cost.  Bernie Goldberg does an excellent job breaking this down in the below clip. Mr. Goldberg nailed it when he said, “Because there are Millions and millions and millions of Americans who are like babies who like to follow shiny objects. These people don’t care about Benghazi…”  The uninformed voter strikes again and this is a … Read entire article »

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Kirsten Powers on Benghazi Hearing: “The behavior of the Democrats was astonishing…”

What really happened in Benghazi on September 11, 2012?  Was there a cover-up?  What did Hillary Clinton and the President know?  Today three high ranking State Department Officials who had first-hand knowledge of the events that unfolded in Benghazi on September 11th testified before congress on what they knew about the attack.  I found them to be extremely credible and I believe them.  But it doesn’t matter if I believe them or if all the conservatives in America believe them.  If Democrats don’t believe them then no matter what the truth is we will not be able to hold those accountable for failing to act and for misleading the American people.  It will take a few prominent Democrats to stand up for what is right to add credibility to this … Read entire article »

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Forgetting Benghazi

There is a lot being said right now about Benghazi in Washington.  Granted, it’s not being said by the White House and it’s not being said by democrats.  Try finding a reference to Benghazi on the HuffPo, CNN, MSNBC, or NYTimes websites without using the search feature and you’ll be out of luck.  The NYTimes hasn’t written anything on Benghazi in months, even though Benghazi is the 5th most searched topic on their website.  CNN has the story buried, but it’s the 4th most popular search on their website.  It’s interesting how terrorist raids on embassies and ruthless serial killer abortion doctors aren’t newsworthy. People are talking though.  It’s sad, but 6 months after the murder of 4 Americans, we still haven’t been given the truth by the State Department of … Read entire article »

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North Dakota Floating on Oil, How will Obama Stop it?

We know there is a oil boom going on under the northern plains. In fact, it appears that North Dakota is virtually floating on oil. However, the scope of it is only now being realized. The Lid has the facts… It isn’t new news that there is oil and natural gas under the ground in North Dakota. The news is the latest estimate of the U.S. Geological Survey which reports that reservoir of fossil fuel is double the oil and triple the natural gas originally projected. The new find makes the North Dakota oil field the largest ever on the continental US–even larger than the Texas oil fields that made J.R. Ewing famous. The fossil fuel fields (Bakken and Three Forks) are shale formations and can be … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (NEW tire edition)

Today I thought I would share a little story about government regulations and the impact they have on the little guy (me).  Last week noticed that one of the tires on my wife’s car had a slow leak.  I examined the tire and couldn’t find any nails or screws that could have possibly punctured it.  I pumped the tire back up to the recommended PSI and waited.  Three days later the tire was low again.  I used some bubble solution around the stem and still could not find anything.  So I made an appointment at the local tire store like I had done in the past with two other tires I had fixed.  I went into the store expecting to pay for the cost of fixing the leak (around $40).  … Read entire article »

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Democrats are getting nervous about 42 percent…

For the last few weeks some Democrats have been expressing their deep concerns about the implementation of ObamaCare.  During a budget hearing that featured Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius,one of the law’s chief architects Senator Max Baucus stated that he sees a huge train wreck coming in regards to implementation of ObamaCare. And the full impact of this train wreck will be felt by the midterm elections in 2014.  Making matters much worse for the Democrats was a recent poll by Kaiser Family Foundation that revealed that 42 percent of Americans are unaware that ObamaCare is still the law of the land.  The uninformed voter doesn’t even realize what is coming, but they soon will and this is making the Democrats very nervous.  The same uninformed voters who … Read entire article »

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NRA News: Special Report, “Sheriffs Lay Down The Law”

I ran across this Special Report “Sheriffs Lay Down The Law” by Ginny Simone from NRA News last night.  It’s only about five minutes long but it’s a very good piece.  So please take the time to check it out. Sheriffs across the nation are standing up for our constitution and our rights.  It’s time we do the same and back them up.  God bless them. Liberty forever, freedom for all! … Read entire article »

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Benghazi: Officials are finally coming out of the shadows with explosive new information

The mainstream media has tried extremely hard to bury the story, but the tragic events surrounding the attack on our compound in Benghazi that led to the death of four Americans will not go away.  With little to no answers the administration that promised to leave no stone unturned in order get to the bottom of this is now taking a “nothing to see here…move along” attitude.  The proverbial “These are not the droids you’re looking for” line from Star Wars appears to be the tactic this administration is running with.  However, new information from inside sources appears to contradict the administration’s claims that there was no possible way to rescue our citizens who died in the attack.  Maybe there is something to see here.  Make no mistake folks, in … Read entire article »

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CIA Wanted Tamerlan Tsarnaev on Terrorist Watch List: Media Silent

As the true nature of the Boston Marathon Bombing comes to light, the more incompetence is discovered. We know that the Russians warned us as to the radicalization of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, but no action was taken. Now we see that the CIA continued to want Tsarnaev on the watch list… The lying is profound, and mirrors the constantly changing narrative on the Saudi national who was first grilled in the Boston bombing. Now this: CIA Wanted Boston Bombing Suspect Placed on Terror Watchlist Breitbart The CIA directly asked the FBI to place Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the elder of the two suspected Boston Marathon bombers, on its counterterrorism watchlist handled by the National Counterterrorism Center. That request came after the Russian government asked the CIA to keep an eye on Tsarnaev. It also came … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Spring has finally arrived edition)

Well Spring is finally here in North Dakota.  After what felt like 9 months of winter the weather finally broke this past week as temperatures trended upwards for the first time and after six months on the ground the snow began to melt.  Even though my backyard is a soupy mess it’s a welcome mess because birds are singing and that tells me that golfing is right around the corner.  Yesterday it was 70 degrees so the wife and I took some time to enjoy the day.   Afterwards I washed her car and cleaned up our garage.  It felt so good to be outside in a t-shirt.  I’m so ready for summer!  Anyway I wanted to share my joy.  Now on to the LINKs. Below are links to articles by … Read entire article »

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Mayor Bloomberg’s twisted “interpretation” of America

Mayor Michael Bloomberg believes our interpretation of the constitution needs to change to allow for greater security to stave off future attacks like the Boston Marathon bombings.  And my guess is sadly many people agree with him.  During a press conference Mr. Bloomberg said, “The people who are worried about privacy have a legitimate worry, but we live in a complex world where you’re going to have to have a level of security greater than you did back in the olden days, if you will. And our laws and our interpretation of the Constitution, I think, have to change.” Does this guy know anything about our constitution and why the Founding Fathers crafted in the manner they did?  It’s apparent he does not.  By trading our liberties for some sort of … Read entire article »

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In Times of Crisis, People Turn on the News, and Avoid MSNBC

When something terrible happens, people turn to the news. But, it appears that MSNBC is not the place to which to turn. During last week’s Boston Marathon Bombing crisis. People turned to the news. However, it was FOX, and to a lesser degree, CNN, that viewers trusted. MSNBC was not in the equation. Newsbusters has more… TVByTheNumbers.com shared data Friday (through Thursday): 4-DAY AVERAGE TOTAL DAY FNC: 1,647,000 total viewers (421,000 in the demo) CNN: 1,048,000 total viewers (403,000 in the demo) MSNBC: 515,000 total viewers (162,000 in the demo) 4-DAY AVERAGE PRIMETIME FNC: 2,783,000 total viewers (682,000 in the demo) CNN: 1,619,000 total viewers (674,000 in the demo) MSNBC: 975,000 total viewers (333,000 in the demo) So MSNBC garnered roughly one third the total day viewers of Fox, and half of CNN. The station also got trounced in the … Read entire article »

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It’s called the “Marketplace Fairness Act” and it’s anything but fair…

Well Congress is at it again.  They’re trying to ram through a bill called the “Marketplace Fairness Act” and it’s anything but fair.  It’s a bill that would fundamentally change interstate commerce by imposing tax burdens on Internet-based businesses while not applying the same burdens to brick-and-mortar companies.  It’s extremely discriminatory by its very nature.  Representative Mike Enzi (R, Wyo) tried to introduce this flawed bill back in February, but it met stiff opposition in committee so Enzi was forced to shelve it.  Two months later it has been restructured so that it qualifies for a Senate rule that allows Harry Reid to bypass committee debate and bring it straight to the floor.  This is how Congress rams through unpopular/controversial bills it doesn’t want examined or debated with a critical … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Images from the week edition)

It was a tough week for America.  Three major events occurred in the span of a few days.  From the Boston Bombings to the Ricin attack on our elected officials Americans have been glued to the news.  Today I’ve decide that instead of a great deal of commentary on the events I would let the pictures tell the tale.  This week’s Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs is dedicated to all the people touched in some way by the terrible events of the past week.  We are Americans.  We are strong.  We will heal.  And we will move forward.  God Bless all the first responders and God Bless America. A Conservative Teacher: For Shame! Democrats Ruin Opportunity to Pass Meaningful Legislation… Ace of Spades: On The Second Amendment and Presidential … Read entire article »

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The Boston Bombings: Don’t let evil steal our liberties…

Yesterday marked the beginning of the Revolutionary War when British Regulars marched on the towns of Lexington and Concord to impose England’s will on the colonists in 1775.  The British goals were to arrest Patriot Leaders Samuel Adams and John Hancock and capture the stores of munitions in Concord.  Many colonists viewed this as a direct and immediate threat to their liberties and freedom.  After years of having their concerns ignored by the Crown and the British Parliament the colonists had finally decided enough was enough.  They were no longer going to stand idly by and allow the Crown to alter their way of life.  It was time to send a message and it was citizens soldiers (Militia) that sent it on that day.  It was the shot that was … Read entire article »

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The spirit of Paul Revere and William Dawes still lives in those who love liberty

On this day in 1775  Paul Revere and Dr. William Dawes set out on horseback from Boston to warn Patriot leaders Samuel Adams and John Hancock that the British regulars were marching on Lexington and to arrest them and then on to Concord to confiscate the weapons hidden there by the colonists.  Below is an account of the event. By 1775, tensions between the American colonies and the British government had approached the breaking point, especially in Massachusetts, where Patriot leaders formed a shadow revolutionary government and trained militias to prepare for armed conflict with the British troops occupying Boston. In the spring of 1775, General Thomas Gage, the British governor of Massachusetts, received instructions from Great Britain to seize all stores of weapons and gunpowder accessible to the American insurgents. … Read entire article »

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Billboard in Boston says it all…

Boston Local Union 103 post sends a powerful message to the terrorists that committed this heinous act. That pretty much says it all.  Well done Local Union 103! Liberty forever, freedom for all! … Read entire article »

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Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Boston…

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the people of Boston. Ecclesiastes 3: 1 All things have their season, and in their times all things pass under heaven. 2 A time to be born and a time to die. A time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted. 3 A time to kill, and a time to heal. A time to destroy, and a time to build. 4 A time to weep, and a time to laugh. A time to mourn, and a time to dance. 5 A time to scatter stones, and a time to gather. A time to embrace, and a time to be far from embraces. 6 A time to get, and a time to lose. A time to keep, and a time to cast away. 7 A time to rend, and a time to sew. … Read entire article »

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Bill Maher believes the second amendment is “bullsh*t”

Bill Maher and his brain trust discuss the second amendment and gun rights in the below clip. These people are absolutely clueless about the second amendment and why the right of the people to bear arms is so important.  They believe in the notion that an all powerful benevolent government would never impose its will on the people.  The one thing I noticed was as the conversation progressed Bob Costas began to reveal just who he was. According him those who support our right to bear arms are all paranoid.  He states we’re paranoid because we’re afraid the government might one day go too far and grow out of control.  Well Mr. Costas I wonder if the Founding Fathers were just as paranoid when it came to the people having the … Read entire article »

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