Second Amendment

I continue to get Stuff – I think it is time for a bit of a fisking: Alan Rice of the NH Firearms Coalition

by Skip August 17, 2018

“I’ll let you skip the self-reflection bit and make it plain – how could you, as President, allow somebody that rates an “F” that marks him as an anti-gunner, on your Board?” Ah yes, Alan Rice of the NH Firearms Coalition (“NHFC”) is starting to feel some heat.  Like I said before, if you want […]

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Why Democrats Don’t Trust You With Guns…

by Steve MacDonald August 16, 2018

The typical Democrat reaction to anything relating to guns tells you a lot about them. Human beings filter things through the lens of their personal worldview and firearms are a great example of this. The Democrat narrative claims that people can’t be trusted with firearms because at any moment they might snap and shoot everyone around them. […]

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NH Firearms Safety Coalition presents Massod Ayoob – Parts 3 & 4

by Skip August 11, 2018

Following Parts 1 & 2 of Massod Ayoob’s talk on gun safety and suicide prevention to a crowd of firearm retailers and instructors (along with a number of Second Amendment supporters) at the BassPro in Hooksett, NH are now Parts 3 and 4.  Again I urge people to watch the Suicide Prevention PSA created by […]

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NH Firearms Safety Coalition presents Massod Ayoob – Parts 1 & 2

by Skip August 11, 2018

Following the intro remarks by Ralph Demicco and Tom Brown, Massod Ayoob took to the podium.  A internationally recognized expert in training, speaking, and writing about firearms and the safety concerns, he gave a serious talk about how local retailers and firearm instructor could recognize the signs that someone is looking to end their lives […]

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NH Firearms Safety Coalition presents Massod Ayoob – intro remarks by Ralph Demicco

by Skip August 10, 2018

Earlier this week, the NH Firearms Safety Coalition held an event at the BassPro Shop in Hooksett, NH where they hosted nationally known firearms speaker, writer, and trainer Massad Ayoob.  That video is in process as we speak and I’ll be putting it up later on today.  However, Ralph Demicco, well known in the Second […]

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Keith Erf – candidate for NH State House, Hillsborough County 2 (Weare/Deering)

by Op-Ed August 7, 2018

I’m Keith Erf, candidate for state representative in Weare and Deering. I’m running for State representative to champion limited government. I’ve lived in Weare for 37 years. My wife, Louisa, and I raised four children here where they attended Weare schools. I started my business, KyTek, in 1991 developing automated systems for the publishing industry. As […]

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Jose’ Eduardo Cambrils – candidate for NH State House, Merrimack County 9 (Cantebury/Loudon)

by Op-Ed August 5, 2018

“I am seeking a seat in the NH House of Representatives because of my love for this great State of NH and more specifically the towns of Canterbury and Loudon. I lived in Canterbury for 13 years and still own a beautiful piece of land there. My wife and I have now lived in Loudon for the past 2 years. There […]

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Jeff Day – candidate for NH State House, Hillsborough County District 6 (Goffstown)

by Op-Ed August 5, 2018

Hello, fellow Goffstown residents, Exciting news! I’ve decided to run for state representative. By way of introduction, I am Jeff Day, and I am vying for one of the 5 seats in the NH House representing the town of Goffstown. I am a Goffstown native. I am your neighbor, your friend, your classmate. My kids have gone to school with your […]

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Bob Greene – candidate for NH State House, Hillsborough County District 37 (Hudson/Pelham)

by Skip August 5, 2018

Hello! I’m Bob Greene and I’m running for NH State Rep in Hillsborough District 37 (Hudson/Pelham). I’m a 13-year Hudson resident, married to Kathy for 29 years, and a 20-year Air Force veteran with assignments in Illinois, Germany and Hanscom AFB. I currently work as a communications specialist for the defense industry and am a […]

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If NH State Senate Minority Leader Jeff Woodburn Has Any Firearms, Will he Turn Them in – NOW?

by Skip August 3, 2018

If New Hampshire State Senate Minority Leader Jeff Woodburn has any firearms, will he turn them in NOW? He is, after all, he’s in favor of “Red Flag” laws which empower the State to take firearms away from those deemed to be a danger to others or themselves (or both). C’mon Jeff, show the courage of […]

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So when Republican Governors advance the Democrat agenda, the expected thing happens

by Skip July 28, 2018

“I’m so angry that he put us in this situation. I’m in no mood to help him right now.” This still applies when Republican elected officials do things contrary to what their conservative bases believe in, especially if they were the edge that put their butts into said electoral seats in the first place. Yet, […]

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Target Shooting Under Fire…Again

by Rick Olson July 2, 2018

Target Shooting under fire again. Target Shooting has grown. More people are target shooting, yet the range options are shrinking.  More publicly available land is getting closed down to target shooting. Not for the reasons many think, either. The highly vocal hyperbolic, anti-second Amendment crowd is indeed out there, but the guns themselves aren’t the […]

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Dan – cutting off his nose in support of his ideology

by Skip June 25, 2018

The Concord Monitor has a piece applauding the fact that while Government has the stricture of the Second Amendment (…shall not be infringed), corporate entities have no such restrictions.  We’ve seen a number of the Too Big To Fail banks putting the hammer down on gun retailers and suppliers: In the wake of high-profile mass […]

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“The politicization of everything”

by Skip June 20, 2018

Bill Bunker, a conservative commentor over at the Concord Monitor (yes, there are a few!) actually had an Op-Ed piece published by said paper by the name above (reformatted, emphasis mine): …Politics spills into every aspect of our society, including sports, entertainment, faith, education and even corporate America. No aspect of our lives is immune […]

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When CHAD can demonstrate they know more about REAL gun safety…

by Skip June 14, 2018

Until then, shut the bleep up and stop being Nannies that are unneeded, unwanted, and “presenting” (they use that word a lot, those medical people) a snotty (and snotty) sense of moral superiority to we “bitter clingers” of you know whats. You know far more about medical issues than I do and I listen.  Don’t assume […]

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A “Compromise” with “Gun-Grabbers” I Can Embrace…

by Steve MacDonald May 25, 2018
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Thanks to All Who Have Sent Me Death Threats…

by Steve MacDonald May 20, 2018

The tolerant left makes a case for a law-abiding armed public after Kaitlin Bennett posts a picture with her scary rifle. Something she is allowed to do as a graduate of Kent State (carry a firearm on campus), but not as a student.

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“Criminals won’t register their guns and shootings will continue”

by Skip May 19, 2018

BY TERRY STEWART “They simply aren’t wired to connect the dots to the logical conclusion that no amount of laws will stop evil people from doing evil things…. …for the anti-gun fanatics, shootings are the gift that keeps giving I’ve known Terry for a few years now as we both served on our hamlet’s Budget […]

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A good GAL with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun

by Skip May 13, 2018

This was just delightful to watch some bad guy hoisted by his own petard (firearm-wise). Perfectly handled from what I saw – a true sheepdog protecting those around her and then holding the dirtbag (I’m assuming) until the police arrive. (H/T: FB)  

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JFK and the Second Amendment – how fast would his Party

by Skip April 9, 2018

throw him out given that the hard Left Progressive Socialist have taken over the Democrat Party and have all but adopted the Communist agenda (e.g., civilian disarmament)? Yeah, in a NY second. Can you imagine ANY of the NH Democrats saying that citizens must have “arms” to be ready to defend our country? No, me […]

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Mark Robinson takes those mealy mouthed skulls-full-of-mush March for our lives “students” to school

by Skip April 9, 2018

“…first ones taxed and the last ones considered“ The Set Up: A local public radio station, reporting on the meeting, quoted a high school freshman and a high school senior, both members of March for Our Lives Greensboro, who told the city they opposed the gun show. “A gun show where background checks and identification are […]

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It was written for a reason and it ain’t for plinking or hunting

by Skip April 6, 2018

Yep, this should scare us all now that Progressives are openly saying this (and Milquetoast Republicans going along with their other tactic of “Death by a 1,000 cuts”) as in “Politics is all about compromising”). There should be no compromise at all by those of us that believe in what the original text of the […]

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Yeah, sure – they don’t want to take our guns….until they do

by Skip April 5, 2018

“You don’t need that” is the Progressive drive to wall you into their world – and disallow your’s. Just like the Kabuki Safety Theater we see in airports (where because of one lout trying to blow up a plane we all have to expose our smelly / holey socks to the world) (emphasis mine, reformatted): […]

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David Hogg: Omission of Hunter Pollack a “Miscommunication” Op ed

by Op-Ed April 3, 2018

By Jim Johnson So, now David Hogg (self-anointed boy wonder) claims that Hunter Pollack’s omission from speaking at the ‘March for Our Lives’ was merely a “miscommunication.” Hunter Pollack disagrees and surmises his ‘message’ did not fit the “agenda.” In retrospect, the organized ‘March for Our Lives’ has been a complete travesty.

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I oft said that Liberals can only win when they redefine the language. Merriam-Webster just did exactly that. For the Left.

by Skip April 2, 2018

So now we know where one of the premier English language dictionaries, Merriam-Webster, lies on the political spectrum – full Progressive. As the post notes, here is the “definition” for “assault rifle” noun: any of various automatic or semiautomatic rifles with large capacity magazines designed for military use. I have big problems with this – […]

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“here’s the million-dollar question: What the hell are they waiting for? Go on, chaps. Bloody well do it. Seriously, try it. Start the process.””

by Skip April 2, 2018

From now on, the Democrats can NEVER say “we’re not going to take your guns”. With the signs at the March for Lesser Rights Our Lives, the rhetoric from 17 and younger teens (free from Constitutional meaning), the media, and of course, former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stephens have all made it clear – […]

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Another reminder that not everyone is going to allow Progressives to “evolve” their behavior

by Don March 31, 2018

(H/T: Constitution)

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The Keene “March for Lesser Rights” (er, “Our Lives”) report

by Skip March 30, 2018

Loyal reader Vincent sent me a note letting us know that time had been taken to video the event in Keene, NH that mirrored the national “March for Lessening our Constitutional Rights Our Lives”. We appreciate that so here it is! You just gotta love them making small children as political pawns (starting around 3:00. […]

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Ideologies do not belong in schools

by Op-Ed March 30, 2018

By Ken Eyring It appears the Windham School District’s Administration has a double standard regarding when parental approval is deemed appropriate regarding student instruction. In September 2016, parents were required to sign a permission slip before their children would receive a copy of the United States Constitution on Constitution Day (Sept. 17th). That request rightfully […]

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They haven’t learned cause and effect yet, have they?

by Skip March 29, 2018

Or that the Law of Unintended Consequences doesn’t care about you at all – especially your level of being “woke”: And they seriously believe that their schools system demanding that only transparent backpacks violate their Constitutional Rights? Didn’t do your homework, kids. Guess they also missed the “be careful for what you wish for” lesson, […]

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