Breitbart has a nice post up (be sure to read some comments) about Heidi Yewman, whom (I guess?) got famous for vehemently opposing Starbucks open carry gun policy. Well she decided to follow her state’s rules, get herself a Glock, and write about “what it’s like” to carry a gun on her hip for 30 days.
We could (should?) presume that the intention is to promulgate a chain of commentary from her predetermined bias. Actually we know we can, because Yewman’s own words broadcast her narrow-minded opposition, which one commenter observes like this… Read the whole thing!
It is going to be interesting to see how the lame stream media paints this…There is one important aspect that should not go unnoticed here. ALLof the folks that are armed (and there were many, myself included) never interfered in this incident. There was plenty of unhappiness, outrage and anger, but nobody interfered. That being said, I haven’t a clue why this took place or what provoked it, but its certainly not useful.
Oh, oops! He’d never say carbon or hydrocarbons – that’s akin to swearing in Environmentalesee. He’ll say gas, or oil, or natural gas; those enviros must grit their teeth to shards every time he does it. But when he says that, “more than ever!”, remember who is really making it happen.
As you can see, he takes the credit but deserves none at’all – not a drop. Private sector, baby, but ya think Obama would ever admit to it?
“I can be arrogant, I can be insufferable.” —Kurt Sutter
Arrogance. Is it appropriate to post a “non-governmental event” with a clear left wing bias in a New Hampshire Official State Publication? A publication paid for by Granite State Taxpayers? Most would say, “no” not appropriate. And most House members would say no as well. That does not even phase Representative Stephen Shurtleff or Representative Deanna Rollo. The House Journal Entry (at 1534) below reads as follows:
If Obama is the LightBringer, how about shedding a bit of light on those workers His economy has forgotten? Oh yeah – he wants to bring in millions more illegal-to-legal-by-power-of-His-Word into this country. Wonder what all those Americans-of-the-red-line (mostly, the lower skilled American worker that will have all that much harder of a time competing for a job) will think when that red line starts to slope downward and they are still on it?
Or is he still banking on LIVs that in Year 5 of His Reign, this is still Bush’s fault?
Or are people waking up realizing that he is just not up to the job?
At the sake of breaking Godwin’s Law right from the get-go, that quote is from one of the world’s master propagandists, Herr Goebbels. But we also have another in-kind phrase from a more up to date personage:
…of deciding what American children should eat: “We can’t just leave it up to the parents.”
That would be from First Lady Michelle Obama. In the mind of Progressives and Collectivists (hey, let’s add one more: MSNBC’s Melissa Harris_Perry), your children really do not belong to you, Parents, they really belong to us. To feed, to clothe, to install morals, to mold – parenting is too important to leave to amateurs; we, the paid bureaucracy will raise them properly. I’ve oft talked about teachers also having the ‘tude that they are more important to their children students than their own parents; here’s one more fact to add to that growing pile of evidence? Who cares what the parents have been teaching their children “about guns” – we, the Teaching Profession, shall show them the Shining Path:
An elementary school will hold a toy gun exchange Saturday, offering students a book and a chance to win a bicycle if they turn in their play weapons.
Strobridge Elementary Principal Charles Hill maintains that children who play with toy guns may not take real guns seriously.
“Playing with toys guns, saying ‘I’m going to shoot you,’ desensitizes them, so as they get older, it’s easier for them to use a real gun,” Hill said.
… “Having a group of children playing cops and robbers or cowboys and Indians is a normal part of growing up,” said Yih-Chau Chang, spokesman for Responsible Citizens of California, a group whose goal is to educate the public about the facts behind gun rights.
Former member of the Massachusetts House, Rep John P. Fresolo, who was accused of sharing photographic evidence of his “little House member” on the computer of a female State House staffer, was put on paid leave, said he would not resign, and then resigned–ending the ethics investigation against him, and three and a half weeks later has now considered running for the seat he just resigned for.
So autophotoerotica just doesn’t do it for you? You have to have to share?
Then there’s this other little problem. Actually, you’re ethically challenged, how could this be a problem for you?
I was not there (little thing called work) but have had several calls about what was going on. The big news:
More people there to demonstrate for Second Amendment Rights than the anti-Constitution / anti-gun crowd; what happened MoveOn and Granite State Progress?
The big “event” of the event was the Concord Police making fools of themselves in how they handled a drunk who was losing control of himself.
Much more later as Grokster Rick was there with camera catching lots of video and talking with those that were there to support our Constitutional Rights and protesting NYC Mayor Bloomberg’s Astroturf group, Mayors against illegal guns” fueled by his billions of personal wealth. While we have no problem at all with his capitalistic gains, we have major problems with his fascist notions that because he is mayor, he can act like NH State Rep Leigh Webb believes: “The role of government is to legislate behavior“ and certainly Bloomie has taken full advantage of that in trying to passing laws that tell NYCites how they are to live out their lives.
The drunk: unshaven, disheveled, hygienically challenged, and swearing up a storm. No one knows who called the cops but they certainly arrived in a hurry. First hand reports called into me say that one cop got right up in his face, almost desiring a pre-determined outcome, and got it. The drunk touched the cop (either as to start or actually push him away) and that was all she wrote – they swarmed him, tased him, arrested him, and took him away.
At least three of the calls said this was done in front of families with small children – and that the cops might have handled the situation in a calmer fashion (e.g., take him by the arm, talking with him, and led him away from the crowd). But! I was not there – will have to wait for Rick’s video as he did capture the tasing and what was going on at the time.
In the mean time, you know what the Morale of the story is? Yeah – a man who was illegally drunk in public was more of a threat to the general public than all of the law abiding folks with guns.
But that’s not how this will be spun and will not be admitted to be true by Bloomie’s bought and paid for.
The same judge who signed off on the League of Women Voters language killing sensible domicile requirements weeks before the November election–allowing almost anyone who was in the state to vote here (and they did)–has just done it again. He’s “decided” that the Education tax credit is unconstitutional. (At least part of it–see update below)
The US Supreme Court had already decided ID and domicile in the Indiana Voter ID case, which Lewis ignored in favor of the preferred Democrat outcome–”just sign here judge, what, oh, sure….” This situation is probably no different.
So what’s next for the Democrats to bring before Judge John “Lefty” Lewis? Doesn’t matter. Pick an issue. He’s your guy. Guaranteed win for the left, and months of nonsense and legal fees for anyone who is serious about the truth but has to drag the case before the State Supreme court to get at least some semblance of justice–never guaranteed of course. New Hampshire is well know as having one of the worst judiciaries in the nation.
Judge Lewis must be their Poster Child.
UPDATE FROM JASON BEDRICK: ”The law survives, but school choice can only be used at non-religious schools. There’s about 150 private K-12 schools in NH. Just over half are religious. It’s better than striking the whole program down, but the decision is absurd. It means that government is prohibited from enacting a law that is neutral regarding religion. Instead, it must be actively hostile to religion to be constitutional. I’m confident the state supreme court will uphold the program in its entirety.”
The Des Moines Register is reporting that US Senate Candidate Sam Clovis has hired New Hampshire’s own Mike Biundo and RightOnStrategies as his general consultants. Clovis, a Sioux City radio host and college professor who announced his Senate candidacy last week, said today that he has hired Michael Biundo, Santorum’s former national campaign manager. … [ Read more ]
A former Democrat State Senator from Louisiana, recently switched parties. In this video he explains to his black constituents why it was the right thing to do, who the Democrat party really is and what they are really after.
Dr. Thomas Sowell makes a point that should seem obvious to any pro-market economy Republican… Farmers may wish for more farm workers, just as any of us may wish for anything we would like to have. But that is wholly different from thinking that some third party should define what we desire as a “need,” [ Read more ]
“We patrol the fields and scatter The good rubes from the land!” Incognito, my arse! Irish farmers bemused by asinine attempt of US secret service to blend in as they patrol the plowed fields around the luxury Lough Erne resort where the G8 Summit was held this weekend. Not only are regular patrols on tractors [ Read more ]
OK, once in a while, it’s OK to chain these posts along, eh? Like what I highlighted what Lee said (in the last post): Sidenote: just like NH State Representative Lee Leigh Webb who recently summed up his (and the Democratic and Progressive philosophy): “The role of government is to legislate behavior“ Once again, in [ Read more ]
Update: Apologies to Leigh Webb for misspelling his name – posts are being corrected. That post is here – totalitarianism of the environmental movement. Yeah, I’m still banned over at TreeHugger (you can tell by its name, yes?). I guess that I keep sinning – Strict Environmentalism heterodoxy cannot allow for any straying from the [ Read more ]
From WattsUpWithThat, an essay, not the religion of “White Guilt” but of ” There are at least two ecologies: one rational, the other nonsensical; one that broadens our outlook while the other narrows it; one democratic, the other totalitarian. The first wants to tell us about the damage done by industrial civilization; the second infers [ Read more ]
The “Met Office” is one of the Biggest Boys when it comes to climate change / global warming – and has been sounding the alarm for the last few years. And now, those that have been, you know, living through those years are saying “hey, what the hay? Can’t you hit your own marks?” (emphasis [ Read more ]
Hear that, Michael Kitch? Unlike the supposed “demographic death spiral” that Sen. Lindsay “Gramnesty” is predicting for the GOP if we don’t legalize 50 million illegals, this IS a death down slope for this leg of the MSM. How can you have a biz model where 77% of your consumers don’t know or truly don’t [ Read more ]
The Union Leader c/o Greg Kitsock from Mid-Atlantic Brewing News, is reporting today that Jim Koch, the Chairman at Boston Beer, is finally convinced that he can safely sell Samuel Adams beer in cans. “What changed is the quality of the can lining,” explained Koch of his about-face. “Beer used to pick up a solvent-like [ Read more ]
From Adam Cahn (Cahnmans Musings), an operative for the Democrat run Battleground Texas, was caught illegally registering voters in a Houston park. We caught Sam, an activist hired by the Democrats & Barack Obama’s Battleground Texas at Houston’s Emancipation Park during the Juneteenth Parade & Festival illegally registering voters. Texas law states that Deputy Voter [ Read more ]
One other news outlet, GoffstownToday.com, is also reporting on O’Keefe’s visit to NH last week – ‘Grok friend Bill Wynne has the story here: …O’Keefe was the undercover journalist who went to polling places throughout the state requesting ballots in the name of dead people. His investigation into how easily voter fraud could be had [ Read more ]
During the videoing of the confrontation between James O’Keefe (of Project Veritas) and NH AG Richard Head, it was clear that James had a new book coming out. While we were there in Concord, I had the chance to have a brief interview with him about “BREAKTHROUGH – Our Guerrilla War to Expose Fraud and [ Read more ]
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