Assault Weapons

71% Of Obama Supporters Regret Voting for His Re-Election

by Steve MacDonald February 19, 2014
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Over seven in 10 Obama voters, and 55 percent of Democrats, regret voting for President Obama’s reelection in 2012, according to a new Economist/YouGov.com poll. As I understand it Dr. Benedict Tafoya will be conduncting his own survey whose results will show that 88% of all New Hampshire citizens would actually  vote for Obama again but Dr. Tafoya will […]

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Disarming the American People

by Tim Condon February 6, 2013

And then there’s this essay by former SEAL Matthew Bracken, author of the extraordinary political/action trilogy, Enemies Foreign and Domestic: Dear Mr. Security Agent, let me spell it out….

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The political class has gone into full-assault mode against the Second Amendment…

by Tim Condon February 6, 2013

…and the right to self-defense. As a result, things are getting strange. Rhetoric is getting strange. Positions are hardening. People are hardening. This, for instance, from NaturalNews.com:

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Scared Shurtleff

by Susan Olsen February 5, 2013

Deputy Dawg Stephen Shurtleff, the same who wants to limit our ability to defend ourselves against bad guys, appears happy to let drunks aim their cars at us. House Bill 496 would restore ‘limited driving privileges for eligible first-time DWI offenders to facilitate employment, rehabilitation, and medical treatment.’  

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Misnomers

by Rick Olson January 30, 2013

“Life is tough, but it’s tougher when you’re stupid.”  —John Wayne  As·sault   /ê sôlt/ (Verb) To make a physical attack on.  ex. “She assaulted that child!” (Noun) A physical attack. ex. “His imprisonment for an assault on the film director”; A series of “sexual assaults”. Weap·on /´wepên/  (Noun) A thing designed or used for

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Gun-control massacre of civilians

by Tom January 29, 2013

Militia opens fire on government forces… BOSTON – Police and National Guard units seeking to confiscate a cache of recently banned assault weapons were ambushed Sunday by elements of a para-military right wing extremist faction. Military and law enforcement sources estimate that 72 were killed and more than 200 injured before government forces were compelled […]

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The Democrats’ War on Women

by Tim Condon January 23, 2013

Why do Democrats want women to be defenseless in the face of rapists and murderers? Why do Democrats want to ban self-defense when when violent criminals break in to our homes? At GraniteGrok.com, we report, you decide. (But anti-gun Democrats are insane.)

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Response to Nancy Parsons Questions about Objections to Obama’s Gun Control Policies

by Don January 23, 2013

Perhaps other people wonder about the questions in Nancy Parson’s letter of January 18, 2013 in the Laconia Daily Sun.  (See:  http://issuu.com/dailysun/docs/lds1-18-13 ) My beliefs are based on the following: True safety requires consideration of reality not wishes. If anyone is hurt during a crime, it should be the criminal not the intended victim.  Criminals will ignore […]

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Competition Shooter Jessie Duff Takes Us To School

by Steve MacDonald January 20, 2013

Nothing puts a debate about firearms into perspective like holes in sheet metal.  So here is professional shooter Jessie Duff showing us what kind of damage you can do with various weapons to make a point.  That the lefts caterwauling has no point.   H/T Laura Rambeau Lee – Right-Reason.com

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When dogs go bad with assault weapons…

by Tim Condon January 17, 2013

This from Local10.com in Cantonment, Florida: “According to officials, a man has died after a dog jumped into a van, stepped on the accelerator, and struck him as he opened a gate outside a Florida Panhandle home.” As usual, the real “inside story” is to be found in the comments that follow the article. Here are […]

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Assault Weapons – Chuck Woolery’s thoughts

by Skip December 28, 2012

Chuck has another video out – this time his take on why he needs his assault weapon.  After all, “…to blame assault weapons for these tragedies would be like blaming airplanes for the 9/11 attacks.  The problem lies with the perpetrator and not the tools used to commit the crime” “Our Founding Fathers wanted every […]

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No Firearms Ban Coming? Think Again.

by Rick Olson December 27, 2012

“If I could have banned them all – ‘Mr. and Mrs. America turn in your guns’ – I would have!” —California Senator Diane Feinstein, appearing on NBC News’ 60 Minutes, February  5, 1995 When reading the above quote, which time was Senator Feinstein being sincere? When she said this in 1995? Or, when she said recently, […]

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Home Invasion Stopped With Scary Black Gun…By A 15-Year-Old

by Rick Olson December 24, 2012

Res Ipsa Loquitur!

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Weapons of Mass Destruction

by Susan Olsen December 24, 2012

According to the National Right to Life folks, 1.2 million unborn children were killed by Planned Parenthood and its ilk via abortion in 2011.  According to the Brady Campaign, 12,179 people (children and adults) are killed each year by guns or gun-related crimes. So, unborn children are 98 times more likely to die at the […]

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What The Heck Is An “Assault Weapon?”

by Rick Olson December 24, 2012

“Hoplophobia is a mental disturbance characterized by irrational aversion to weapons, as opposed to justified apprehension about those who may wield them.”—Col. Jeff Cooper. Gun Grabbers are seeking an, “Assault weapons” ban in knee jerk response to the heinous and dreadful Newtown Massacre. There is little discussion about Adam Lanza or the victims from whom […]

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Will Terie Norelli And The Democrats Try To Ban My Refrigerator?

by Steve MacDonald December 24, 2012

I think it is appropriate to add this picture (right) to Susan Olsen’s post.  The one with the ‘Journalist’s Guide To Firearm’s Identification.’ This is my refrigerator door.  It was modified by the manufacturer to accommodate an extra magazine capable of holding all manner of ‘lethal’ ordinance.  Soda.  Beer.  Water, in those earth destroying plastic […]

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Marko Kloos: The Gun “Is” Civilization

by Rick Olson December 21, 2012

perspective…presently needed…alas, I repost this magnificent piece by Marko Kloos. Marko Kloos wrote this piece in March of 2007. It is worth sharing over and over. Please enjoy…. Human beings only have two ways to deal with one another: reason and force. If you want me to do something for you, you have a choice […]

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Portsmouth Herald Editorial Board Has An Integrity Deficit

by Rick Olson December 21, 2012

“A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes.” —Mark Twain Hoplophobia —n. Irrational, morbid fear of guns (c. 1966, coined by Col. Jeff Cooper, from the Greekhoplites, weapon; see his book Principles of Personal Defense). May cause sweating, faintness, discomfort, rapid pulse, nausea, sleeplessness, nondescript fears, more, at mere thought […]

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Liberals Lie about Guns … and frankly just about everything else

by Don December 21, 2012

We can always count on James Veverka (on 12/19/2012 in the Laconia Daily Sun, laconiadailysun.com) to respond irrationally (hopefully he doesn’t have a gun), and suppress some, and misstate other, facts. First. No “rightwinger”, no second amendment supporter believes there should be no controls on access to guns. But, they do believe criminals who use […]

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Sober Talk From New Hampshire Democrats on Assault Weapons?

by Steve MacDonald December 20, 2012

The Union Leader has an editorial out this morning that quotes some members of New Hampshire Democrat leadership as tip-toeing around the current wave of rhetoric and discussion on what to do about guns. Instead, they are asking what are probably important questions about mental health services but I suspect that their interest here is […]

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