For the Record…

… the fact George Floyd died as he did makes me ill. His hands were handcuffed behind his back. He was absolutely defenseless, face down. He TOLD them he could not breathe. He pleaded. He called to his mom.

That’s a man who is dying, and dying horribly. It shouldn’t be done to anyone. EVER.

Given the opportunity, I’d personally pull the switch on the guy that killed him. You don’t murder a man for passing a bad twenty. Period. That’s not why you had a badge.

The three officers with him will, and should, spend the rest of their days regretting that they didn’t stop it. If they had it to do over, NOW, they probably would… but this is not a situation where you get do-overs. They failed as police, and as human beings.

Why, I don’t know, but they let the jerk slowly and painfully kill a man absolutely without cause. In broad daylight. On camera.

I can’t say what they were thinking, but that will forever be the 8 minute stretch that will define their entire life. For whatever reason, when they needed to stand for something, they chose to stand by.

This was a horrible, unjust, EVIL killing. Those who did it are now under arrest, and all involved MUST be brought to justice. [I hear the guy is a suicide risk now that he’s in jail. I can’t for the life of me find a downside to that.]

I do not however see any nexus whatsoever with being angry that this was done and the act of burning police cars, stealing TVs, throwing bricks at others, destroying people’s businesses, or attacking total strangers.

Enough of this riot garbage. It isn’t helping. There’s near universal agreement this was a crime. Time to let the legal system do their job.

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Next time someone DEMANDS “common-sense” legislation of fire-arms on grounds recent advances in gun technology have made them so much more dangerous than before… Point out we’ve had rapid fire high capacity guns capable of mass murder for over 1 ½ centuries, and semi-automatic weapons have been available to the public for over a century.

So if we’ve had the technology for well over a century… why are mass shootings a comparatively new phenomena?

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Some things that DO coincide with the advent of mass shootings:

  • raising kids without discipline or requiring respect
  • open disdain for religious precepts of moral behavior
  • letting children park for hours in front of shooter video games
  • a music genre that literally glorifies shootings/ homicide/ violence
  • the prevalence of children raised without a dad
  • “gun free zones” that ensure shooters a safe place to work

Common-sense says a problem that became prevalent over a century later was NOT caused by hardware we’d had access to for well over a century prior. The problem has to lie in changes more recent than guns.

So don’t try to legislate “common sense” while employing an argument that lacks it.

PS: Our right to bear arms is one of our original “civil rights”.

It was not “discovered” in the constitution a century or so later… It was written explicitly into the Bill of Rights to protect it from being challenged by subsequent legislators.

If you oppose rights protected by the US constitution, don’t pretend you have some mythical moral high ground.  You are just an opponent of my civil rights, and will be treated as such.

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MSNBC: Photo of Jeffrey Williams Released

black baby graduationDateline MSNBC
Family releases photo of Jeffrey Williams, the child who confessed to accidentally shooting 2 Ferguson police officers.

Family points out that notwithstanding prior criminal convictions… “he a good boy who love his momma and gonna apply to Harvard soon as his ankle monitor comes off”.

Stated his mother, a single crack whore just trying to make a living in a world of white privilege… “I axe you, can’t accidently shooting a cop or two happen to anyone?”

Asked for comment, the president emphatically denies Jeffrey is one of his imaginary sons. Meanwhile, Ferguson protester Deray McKesson indicates his sources verify Mr Williams is secretly a member of the KKK.

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A Nation of Sheep (Hey… if the fleece fits….)

nation of sheepWe were once “subjects”. We cast off our king and became “citizens”. We no longer served the king… The government was designed to be elected by and answerable to us, not the other way around.

But as time passed, citizens became lazy. Collectively we slowly ceded our rights to those who supposedly serve us. Now they think we serve them… And we give them little reason to think otherwise.

Now “public servants” ignore the laws that limit their power. They dictate to you, they strip your rights as if there were no constitution that guarantees they cannot do so. And all the while a complicit media pretends it isn’t happening.

Collectively the US public has allowed people to piss on our boot and tell us it’s rain for so long that now failing to do so is now considered “extremist”.

Given that definition… Hell yes I am an “extremist”, and anyone that isn’t is just a sheep. Bottom line, if ignorance is bliss, most Americans should be ecstatic.

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CHP: Serving & Protecting the $#IT! Out of You

Remember the scene in “Airplane!” where the woman panics and someone slaps her to bring her to her senses? Suddenly there’s a line of passengers waiting to “help” her, carrying baseball bats, wrenches, boxing gloves….

I like the film, but NOT as training video. This may or may not be true of the fine people at the California Highway Patrol. In support, I offer the following news story where an officer pummels a woman repeatedly in the face as she lays on the ground. He does this, says the department spokesman, for her safety.

Video shows officer punching woman on LA freeway

Click to see officer beating a woman repeatedly in the face for her own safety.
Click to see officer beating a woman repeatedly in the face for her own safety.

In the video we do not see the entire incident, just the part shown after a motorist figured out something odd was in progress. [The possible ray of sunlight in the story is that despite all evidence to the contrary, seeing someone with a badge brutalize or shoot someone is still considered “odd” by some.] The woman had been wandering dangerously close to traffic and the officer had ordered her to stop. She didn’t.

So in the interest of her safety, the officer tackles her to the concrete and begins administering punches to her face. Apparently she wasn’t safe enough after the first 5 or 6, so he administers several more, just to make sure. He is nothing if not thorough.

The Good News: One of them is undergoing a mental evaluation.
The Bad News: It isn’t the officer.

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If Govt is arming for bear, how should we respond?

MRAPs are designed for "asynchronous warfare"... aka "an insurgency"
MRAPs are designed for “asynchronous warfare”… aka “an insurgency”


Regardless of WHY the government is preparing for civil unrest, the indisputable point is that they’re doing it. It isn’t “conspiracy theorists” alone pointing out that DHS alone purchased 20 times the ammo the US Army expended the hottest year of the Iraq war.

Notwithstanding explanations that make “I read Playboy for the articles” sound credible, they’re scared of something, not stocking up for target practice. Their purchases are heavy on hollow points, frangibles and “sniper” ammo.

Coupled with the other military hardware being gobbled up by domestic agencies… body armor, night vision equipment, Barrett .50 rifles, MRAPs designed for asynchronous warfare… they are arming for a serious fight and they don’t expect it to be easy.

There are a couple of very good articles written by bank industry insiders in the past year that say the probable reason the government expects unrest is they are anticipating another and profoundly worse economic collapse.

Think about the day the EBT cards went down for a few hours recently, then imagine the reaction if ONLY that happened, but lasted longer. Riots would be the result.

Now expand that to the rest of the citizens in the event of a financial collapse. People in cities have no food source but the store. What happens when their VISA wont work? What happens if shelves go empty? How soon before people without food start to break windows to obtain it?

Once windows start breaking in a riot… does it typically trail off quickly, or escalate? Traditionally breaking windows are followed by fires, overturned cars, violence, generalized looting.

If the govt is preparing for an economic collapse appended by a crash of society that requires martial law to restore order… the wise thing to do would be for us to have a plan for the same and prepare accordingly.

That would include a plan to exit the city, a place to go, provisions in the event food/gas is not available… and arms to protect all the above. If things break down, ownership will quickly devolve into a simple matter of possession.

Life isn’t fair. It won’t matter HOW well prepared you are if someone else can simply take it away.  In the probable case scenario of a societal collapse, even a brief one… Be prepared to deal with that reality.


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You expected NEWS? Are you not entertained?

It is confirmed FACT the USDA seeks to buy .40 cal submachine guns and Type III Body Armor.


BARNUM AND BAILEY POSTERSurely newsmen asked hard questions?
Googled USDA submachine guns…. hit button for “News”.

RESULT? ZERO networks opined. Not even Fox. Only blogs.

Another innocuous Executive agency arms for war, and unless cows shoot back the body armor suggests the targets of the close quarters combat weapons are US citizens.


And the news says nothing. Zero. Nada. Zip.
But take heart. “News” yields 71 million+ returns on the term “Bieber”.

Thanks to network news… we’ll never lack for bread and circuses
Well, given the hardware… maybe just circuses.

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Are you not entertained?

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USDA orders submachineguns?! Why?

Weapons of War Have NO Place on Our Streets ~ Barack Obama

Apparently the USDA doesn’t travel on our streets, cause the federal purchase website just posted a request for bids on .40 cal submachineguns with 30 rd mags, Tritium night-sights, scopes, selective fire, with trigger guards accessible while wearing gloves.

I’m sorry, but not to put too fine a point on it, but we’re talking about the Dept of Agriculture. The guys that inspect meat and eggs. Guys that are involved with crops.

So just who in the hell is this purportedly innocuous domestic agency going to war with?

See Federal Solicitation for submachineguns

Firearms   Federal Business Opportunities  Opportunities


I’ve said it before, but in case you missed it the first time… the federal government is arming for bear. The bad part is, it appears they also think US citizens are the bear.

It would behoove us to get the federal clowns under control before they hurt someone.

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BUNDY RANCH: Harry Reid Connection II

dirty harryIn a previous post I voiced shock that Fox and Brietbart both dismissed the idea of there being a connection between the solar projects the Reid family is involved with (with the Chinese) and the paramilitary assault on the Bundy Ranch. [See post]

The reason they dismissed it… because the proposed projects were many miles away.

I pointed out the docs scrubbed from the BLM website did NOT name the area Bundy was grazing as the site of the project. The land Bundy’s cattle graze were named as the “offsite mitigation zone”.

In other words… the solar project will kill turtles (OK, desert tortoises). To get around that prohibition, we safeguard those tortoises elsewhere. The elsewhere in this case, the land where the Bundy cattle were grazing.

Here’s a video where Judge Jeanine Shapiro explains the mitigation zone.
Watch the video:

So basically… Harry Reid and sons are neck deep up to his wattle in this mess
Let’s remember:

-1- The BLM is not allowed to use a private army for their enforcement needs… they are required to utilize local law enforcement. They didn’t. So if you think this is about “rule of law”, guess again.

-2- The newly appointed head of BLM, a guy confirmed despite having very limited experience at BLM, is a former top aid to (drumroll please) Harry Reid. Just as he hits the position, the troops descended on Bundy.

-3- If there wasn’t a link between Harry and the land, why was the BLM so quick to scrub their website of the apparent connection, and then when their google cache was found, they scrubbed that clean too?

You don’t hide evidence of innocence, you hide evidence of guilt.

Hope you rot in prison, Harry
If there’s justice, you’ll room with a lonely rancher, and he does to you what you’ve been doing to the country. You have no business being in a position of public trust, you sad little thug.


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BUNDY RANCH: “Right vs Wrong” meets “Legal vs Illegal”

armed german soldiersYou can change laws to make an action “legal” or “illegal”

For instance:

— Troops herding Jews onto cattle cars were enforcing the law.
— Those executing those Jews were enforcing the law.
— Schindler’s actions to save those Jews were ILLEGAL.


“RIGHT” on the other hand… is not subject to legislation

You can’t make right wrong by changing a law any more than you can repeal the law of gravity. If it comes down to a choice of being right or being legal, one must make a decision. Our society all too often encourages us to make the wrong one.

If you think a Nazi metaphor (see “Godwin’s Law) is an over-reaction, remember:

-1- Harry Reid described those supporting Bundy as “domestic terrorists”.

-2- A well known 2009 memo at DHS describes a HUGE number of Americans as potential “rightwing extremists” and potential threats to national security. Makes Reid’s claim stronger.

-3- NDAA grants (illegally in my opinion) the president the ability to ignore the bill of rights in response to terrorists that threaten national security (even US citizens) allowing arrest without charge, indefinite detention, and use of deadly force.

blm troopsSo what Harry Reid said wasn’t just a slur, it was a threat of deadly force

Think about it. If the BLM troops (which the law says shouldn’t exist in the first place) had mowed down that crowd of cowboys in cold blood, many of whom were unarmed, there is a case to be made that such actions would have been “legal”.

Based on chatter from liberals, there’s apparently a crowd that thinks there’s also a case to be made that it would have been “right”. On that we disagree.

There is an important distinction between “legal” and what is “right”

In my observation, society often encourages us to make the wrong choice. Don’t be a lemming. Think for yourself. If a thousand voices AND the law say wrong is right… it is STILL wrong.

Use your brain. Legal and Right are not synonyms.

They may often be the same… but sometimes they aren’t even close. Remember that.


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