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August 27, 2012


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Any questions?

August 23, 2012

“It is clear from the words of the founders of this country that the right to ‘keep and bear arms’ is an inviolable personal right. They protected this right by the Second Amendment to the federal constitution and by provisions of the constitutions of the states. This is a subject for debate only by those ignorant of our history, or those that purposely wish to deny us our rights and, ultimately, to subjugate us under the tyranny of government perverted from its constitutional foundations.” – George Mason, Father of the Bill of Rights

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Jeff Cooper QOTD

August 21, 2012

“We find it perplexing that there are people who do not realize that a right may be neither granted nor withdrawn by the State. If the Bill of Rights were repealed, the right to keep and bear arms would still exist, since it was to defend that right that the Constitution was established. (See the Declaration of Independence.) Thus the state may destroy me, but it may not rescind my right to self-defense. This all seems pretty clear, but frequently I find people who do not understand it.” – Jeff Cooper

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Quote of The Day

August 17, 2012

“You need only reflect that one of the best ways to get yourself a reputation as a dangerous citizen these days is to go about repeating the very phrases which our founding fathers used in their struggle for independence.” – C.A. Beard

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Say it loud…

August 10, 2012

If you oppose the 2nd Amendment, you are an enemy of the Bill of Rights.

If you are an enemy of the Bill of Rights, you are an enemy of the Constitution.

If you are an enemy of the Constitution, you are an enemy of The People.

If you are an enemy of The People, you are an enemy of mine.

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Quote of The Day

August 9, 2012

“Cogito, ergo armatum sum – I think, therefore I am armed”  –  Sumdood

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Quote of the Day

May 15, 2012

“Not much we can do about ‘natural causes’ but good attitude, training, and equipment go a long way toward the prevention of death by ‘unnatural causes’ ”


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Quote of The Day

December 12, 2011


“You are obviously a Non-Conformist and a Rebel”! – Burgermeister Meisterburger…

Yep.  Put that on my gravestone!

Quote of The Day

April 18, 2011

“The only way to minimize your environmental “impact” is not to be born. Any other option, including your mother exercising her right to “choose” after you have been conceived, will see you have some “impact.” Every breath you take is an “impact” on the environment, even those breaths you take in the womb. Even stronger, in order to live you must have food, which means you must kill. To live is to kill: your life necessarily causes the death of many. Thus, the longer you live, the more “impact” you will have. Given that you are not dead now, the only possible way to minimize your future “impact” is to fall upon your sword forthwith, taking care to tumble naked into a hand-dug shallow grave far from any water shed. There is no other choice—except that a sword may be swapped with a sturdy sharp stick.”

William M. Briggs on The Impossibility Of Minimizing Your Environmental “Impact”

Quote of The Day

April 8, 2011

“What was the second language, after English, that everyone spoke in “Firefly”?

Science fiction or science pre-history.”

From comments here.

About This from The Washington Times:

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has listed two Chinese government-related telecommunications companies as approved suppliers for companies taking part in the Obama administration’s multibillion-dollar program to expand broadband Internet service around the country.

Huawei Technologies and ZTE, both state-owned Chinese firms, were included in a USDA list of safe and approved telecommunications equipment providers for the broadband expansion program. Both companies were the target of a letter from six members of Congress that was sent to President Obama on Monday warning that there are significant risks to U.S. computer network security from security gaps in the broadband initiative. China is viewed as one of the most aggressive nation-states engaged in international hacking. Last year, Google pulled its operations out of mainland China after a sophisticated cyber-attack against it and other U.S. companies.