Monthly Archives: April 2012

Liberals, This is Why We Need the Second Amendment not Gun Control Laws

It is for times such as this that the founding fathers saw to it that the People had the means of keeping our nation, our States, our towns a government of the People, by the People, and for the People.

There is no such thing as “Common Sense gun control laws” only laws giving control of guns to the government and that is one thing we dare not do if we seek to keep our liberty and rights. If believing in this makes me an extremist then I bear the title in pride.

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What Does Science Have to Say on the Right/Left Issue?

You hear many accusations from those on the left that the right places religion above science.  Well. Let us review what science has to say about the right.

Here is a study of the Pew Institute that declares that those on the right has a better understanding of the positions of the left than those on the left have of the positions of the right.

Pew Institute Study


Here is a take on the right/left issue found at Slate.

“In his new book The Righteous Mind, psychologist Jonathan Haidt says our moral judgments are informed by six “foundational” values, including justice, loyalty and authority. Haidt’s research shows that conservatives put about equal emphasis on the six values whereas liberals don’t. The result, he explains, is that liberals just don’t get conservatives—and, in a sense, don’t get life more generally: “

It is a very interesting interview with the author and I think it would be worth your time to listen to the whole interview here.
Full Interview

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The Collective Mindset and the Use of Force

Alton Hayes

The barn was raised and after a night of social gathering and dancing come the next morn and the people began to return to their homes in a scattered manner. A man stopped near grandpa, looked at the barn and then said with a hint of pride in his voice,

“Tis a fine barn that was built, one that will remain standing long after the chickens come home to roost, don”t you think?” He then reached down his hand to grandpa.

Grandpa reached up his hand and shook the hand of the man and said,
“ That it be, that it be.”

After the man rode off grandpa looked down at me and said,

“ This be your first barn raising event, boy. This is what collective action can result in when a man finds himself in a situation where the help of the community would be a blessing. But if you have been a watching and listening as I instructed you to do you will be able to tell me what was the difference between this and the collective action that the progressives would say was necessary. In other words, boy, what did you learn in these past few days??”

Grandpa caught me off guard with his question and I had to think a few minutes before I responded with these words,

“I learned that individuals will act voluntarily and in a collective manner when they know that another individual is in need of help. Each and every person who came to this barn raising came because they were invited to help and each of them would still have stayed and helped even if no one else had come. The reason being is that each of them wanted to help. That is the difference between a collectivist and an individualist.

The collectivist thinks that people need to be forced to aid those in need and believe that the government is the moral way to do it. The individualist believes that people will help voluntarily when people are in need and that the use of force, regardless of source, is an immoral means of aid.”

Grandpa just smiled at me as he said,

“Boy, we have two cases in recent weeks that illustrate the destructive mindset of collectivism. The first be the Zimmerman/Martin case and how the public reacted to it in a collective manner. The second case involved how two men beat a third man as a result of this mindset. The excuse given for the beating and that is all that it can be called, an excuse,
After being arrested, Hayes told police he was upset by the Trayvon Martin case and beat the man up because he was white, Cook County State’s Attorney’s office spokeswoman Tandra Simonton said, citing court records.

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The Second Amendment of the federal Constitution and Bank of America

Supporter of 2nd Amendment?

Any advocates of the Second Amendment who do their banking with Bank of America might want to read this news about their banking policy. If what the professor is alleging about Bank of America is true it might give you second thoughts about your personal banking policy.
Legal Insurrection

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Come, Enjoy the Right’s Idea of the Social Welfare System

Time for a rousin’ barn raising get together, folks. I think it is a time we get politics and religion out of our systems for a bit and just enjoy life. All are invited, black and white, those who are on the right as well as those on the left. Got a couple of steers barbequing on the pits as well as plenty of sweet corn a roasting in the coals just awaiting to be chomped off their cobs. Vittles will be aplenty and gallons of good ol’ home brewed apple cider to wash it down.

Bib overalls and clodhoppers will be the dress of choice for the men while the ladies will be expected to wear their best cotton dresses and prettiest aprons with a colorful babushka adorning their heads. Also, the ladies are expected to be bare foot but not bare breasted. Those who have them, bring your fiddles, musical spoons, wash boards, guitars or what other instrument to help kick up the dust from dancin feet after the barn is up.

Come afoot, come on horse back or on the back of a mule but not in one of those new fan dangled things they call automobiles. The only things allowed through the gate will be gas emitters not gas guzzlers. Got oats for the critters and plenty of room under the oak trees for those who come from afar and want to spend the nights here with plenty of straw for bedding available.

If you be the law enforcement officers leave your badges at the office for none will be permitted during this time. All disputes will be settled out behind the wood shed as they should. This will be a time politically correctness goes flying out the windows.

To get things started let’s have a bit of “Shortnin bread”, a song with as many lyrics as there were singers. The first be one of the originals by Nelson Eddy and then you can listen to the Tractors as they sing a modern version.

For all you rich city folk, shortnin bread was a su’thun po’ folk treat made with nuttin but shortnin, flour and a bit of sugar. A couple of recipes follow the videos.

1/2 cup butter or margarine, softened
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour

Cream together the butter or margarine and brown sugar in the Bosch mixing bowl.
Add the whole wheat flour, and mix well.
Roll out dough to 1/2 inch thickness, and cut with a biscuit cutter.
Place circles 1 inch apart on lightly greased baking sheets.
Bake in a 350° F.
Oven for 20 minutes.
1/2 cup butter, softened
1/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
1 cup all-purpose flour
2 Tablespoons cornstarch
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1/2 cup chopped toasted pecans
12 pecan halves

Cream butter and sugar. Mix in flour, cornstarch, vanilla and chopped pecans. Shape dough into an 8″ circle on ungreased baking sheet. Score into 12 wedges with knife. Decorate each wedge with a pecan half. Bake at 325 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes until shortbread looks dry but is not brown. When cool, recut shortbread along scored lines.

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Yup, Let’s Tax the Rich Into the State of Poverty With the Rest of Us

$250,000 a year Family

President Obama and all of the liberals want to force the rich to pay their fair share of taxes. They aren’t paying enough now. That is fine then we’ll all know equality in poverty. But that is fine too, isn’t it, for then everyone will be on the welfare rolls and all income will be distributed fairly and equally. Greed will be eliminated, won’t it? People will be seen as being more compassionate towards the poor, won’t they?

Of course people won’t have any power over their own lives anymore either but that is a small price to pay to create a society where fairness and equality rule. Now where am I going with this? This was an introduction to an analysis of what is happening to that rich family whose income is around $250,000 a year making them in the upper 5% of income earners. As stated,

The bottom line: It’s not exactly easy street for our $250,000-a-year family, especially when they live in high-tax areas on either coast. Even with an additional $3,000 in investment income, they end up in the red — after taxes, saving for retirement and their children’s education, and a middle-of-the-road cost of living — in seven out of the eight communities in the analysis. The worst: Huntington, N.Y., and Glendale, Calif., followed by Washington, D.C., Bethesda, Md., Alexandria, Va., Naperville, Ill. and Pinecrest, Fla.
Read the whole article here if you dare

This is your liberal ideology at its best. This is your ideology of compassion working hard every day to bring fairness and equality to our society.

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The Government is not God. We Need Economics not Ideology to Solve Our Problems

Anybody who believes that the federal government can continuously add programs and control its spending by taxing the rich can be conned into believing that the government is God.


“Now we learn that the Buffett tax the Senate is expected to vote on early next week will make the deficit worse. That’s because both Mr. Obama and Senate Democrats have made it clear that their new “fairness” tax is to offset the revenue loss from another provision related to the Alternative Minimum Tax.

That measure would exempt more than 20 million middle class Americans with incomes as low as $80,000 a year from getting nailed by the AMT. This year’s Obama budget clearly describes their intent: “The Buffett Rule should replace the Alternative Minimum Tax, which now burdens middle-class Americans rather than stopping the richest Americans from paying too little as was originally intended.”

The Joint Tax Committee—the official scoring referee on tax bills—calculates that the combination of AMT repeal for the middle class and the Buffett tax would add $793.3 billion to the debt over the next decade. As Mr. Obama has said, “This isn’t politics, this is math.”

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Coexist with Islam!!!!!!!!!!! Liberals, You Better Think Again. Their Intent is to Dominate

Liberals, they are using your tactics and they are showing that they are better at it than you are. Your political and moral positions are their strengths. You have two ways you can go and you better make up your mind fast because, in time, you won’t have that choice anymore.

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Slavery, Forced Child Marriages, Honor Killings, the Common Thread, ISLAM!!!!!!

Banaz Mahmod, Honor Killing victim

WAKE UP, PEOPLE, WAKE UP. Its time to stand your ground.

Slavery, Forced marriage of children, honor killings, what do they all have in common? The answer is Islam.

A special police unit found over 1500 cases of forced marriages in England, Wales and Northern Ireland in 2011. almost 30% of these marriages involved children, the youngest being of the age of 5. and that isn’t all.

“But the case comes as no surprise to the Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation (IKWRO), which deals with more than 100 cases of forced marriage a year.
“We have had clients who are in their very early teens, 11-year-olds, 12-year-olds, the youngest case we had was nine years old,” said IKWRO campaigns officer Fionnuala Murphy.”

Read more of the story here

As to the honor code that you hear about so often and is the basis for the practice of the honor killings of women and children, a study showed that over 2800 attacks were recorded in the U.K., 500 in London alone. Families will deny the attacks as attacks of honor and those carrying out the attacks are respected members of their community. In fact they are looked upon as heroes in their community for defending the honor code.

Read the rest of the story here

Remember that these stories only cover a very small segment of the Islamic people in a very small section of the world. Then remember that the U.K, Wales and Ireland are considered to be Christian nations not Islamic nations and use your own imagination to estimate the number of the cases in other nations where Muslims reside. The number can only be staggering and might even be called an epidemic by some standards.

This is not the works of a few. This is the end result of a life style as practiced by a whole people. The honor code enjoys the support of up to 75% and is especially strong among the young Muslim. Remember, this practice is in accordance to the teachings and practice of Mohammed. He is the way, the truth and the life for the Muslim, every Muslim not just a few.

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This Cannot be Ignored but Should Always be Celebrated

May you all remember the beauty of the event we celebrate on this Sunday, His Resurrection from the dead

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