Tennessee legislators have passed an extraordinary law that makes it a crime to “transmit or display an image” online that is likely to “frighten, intimidate or cause emotional distress” to someone who sees it. Violations can get you almost a year in jail time or up to $2500 in fines. The law, in my view, is unconstitutional and a direct threat to free speech.
--- Some stupid sheeple are easily frightened...
Buy guns, learn to use them...
In Stockton, California, Kenneth Wright was at home with his three young
children ages 3, 7, and 11 when a SWAT team burst into his home at 6 a.m.,
dragged him out on the lawn, threw him to the ground, and put the family
(including the kids) in squad cars. His alleged crime: default on student
loans. On top of the overkill in using SWAT teams to target defaulting
students, the city got it wrong. They were looking for Wright’s estranged
wife. The D.O.E. now insists that it was not just about loans but part of a
criminal investigation that it was carrying out.
About 200 children of National Security Agency employees were given a peek
into the world of NSA as they tackled cryptology problems, learned about the
value of being multilingual, and heard from a leading cybersecurity expert
at NSA's first "Take Your Child to Work Day."
"You should be proud of the work that your parents do - even if you don't know exactly what it is!" NSA Executive Director Fran Fleisch joked to an audience of children and their parents at the start of the five-hour program. "You should be proud, too, of everything that you do to support them."
--- The Hitler youth were no doubt proud of their parents who were guarding
the death camps.
Some 'Amerikans' will fall for anything...
The video Jones discusses is posted farther down this page...
...liberals have all the earmarks of mob psychology.
Their myths, slogans, demands for immediate action, messianic goals, demonization of opponents, creation of political idols and occasional resorts to violence -- all this is classic herd behavior.
Because mobs are irrational, immature, subject to wild passions and infatuations, they cannot be reasoned with. And they are always dangerous.
--- My comments, as much to the comments as to Coulter's column:
History is replete with stupid sheeple. Every presidential election cycle
proves this has not changed. No 'political faction' or side is short of
them. The ones who have to have a 'god' or a 'savior' be it of this world or
the imagined next one are the most sickening.
None of you are gonna get beamed up. It's time to wake up and grow up and take responsibility for the world you exist in and your descendants will be born into.
Most 'sin' is stupid behavior to begin with and the early 'leaders' or tyrants who sought to bring 'order' to their societies felt a need to herd their herd animals in any way they could. This included the invention/manipulation of religions. It also included taking those who refused to go along with the program and rolling them around in the fire for a while until they relented their individuality, if not, they died and were warned they would be tortured horribly forever in the next 'life' as well. In short, the submissive have been surviving to breed for a very long time.
This mess won't be fixed by the majority voting in a few election cycles, if it can be fixed. It might be fixed by that tiny minority in every generation who loves human Liberty and who on occasion develops the resolve to do what is required to put our would be eternal masters in their places.
It's time to stop hunkering down for the apocalypse and to start thinking Normandy.
Don't understand? Start here.
A state delegate in Virginia has sent a letter to the Federal Reserve Bank
of Richmond, demanding that it remove a "rainbow" flag from the flagpole
that also holds Old Glory.
"Dear President [Jeffrey M.] Lacker," wrote state Delegate Bob Marshall, "Flying the homosexual flag just under the American flag outside Richmond's Federal Reserve Bank building is a serious deficiency of judgment by your organization."
The right to private tyranny...
Norm Davis of TBK to explain how we can get the counties more organized with more active groups across the state. This is being done so “We the People” can have a more sustained and effective effort on issues, legislation and elections. Norm has done this before in 1994 when Kentucky got a concealed carry law, as well as in various other locations across the country. This time the focus will be more than just the second amendment but on the ideals that unite like minded organizations such as the TEA Parties, 9/12 and C4L Groups.
To be held Sat. June 25 at 1 pm in the Perkins restaurant on Richmond Rd. in
Sarah Palin yesterday insisted her claim at the Old North Church last week
that Paul Revere “warned the British” during his famed 1775 ride — remarks
that Democrats and the media roundly ridiculed — is actually historically
accurate. And local historians are backing her up.
Palin prompted howls of partisan derision when she said on Boston’s Freedom Trail that Revere “warned the British that they weren’t going to be taking away our arms by ringing those bells and making sure as he’s riding his horse through town to send those warning shots and bells that we were going to be secure and we were going to be free.”
--- Now if she'd only have the courage to say we need to do
what was done after Revere's ride on
April 19, 1775 and
stop wasting so much time on what should be
a simple solution.
Symptoms of apathy and cowardice
I am disappointed that the federal government’s war on coal, which I am fighting against every single day, is now threatening to cause drastic utility rate increases. My administration has invested in clean coal technology, renewable energy, conservation and efficiency measures. However, we cannot sustain these unfair, unfunded mandates by a federal government intent on devastating Kentucky’s coal industry, and, in turn, on our economic recovery.
--- One wonders if Beshear voted for the Marxist mutt.
Police in a suburb in the state of Missouri recently encountered one tough
alligator -- or so they thought.
Officers in Independence, a Kansas City suburb, responded to a call on a Saturday evening about a large alligator lurking on the embankment of a pond, police spokesman Tom Gentry said Thursday.
An officer called a state conservation agent, who advised him to shoot the alligator because there was little that conservation officials could do at that time, Gentry said.
As instructed an officer shot the alligator, not once but twice, but both times the bullets bounced off -- because the alligator was made of cement.
The few good ones we have...
An apparently suicidal man waded into San Francisco Bay on Monday, stood up
to his neck, and waited. As the man drowned, police, fire crews, and others
watched idly from the shore.
Why? Officials blamed a departmental policy, stemming from budget cuts, that prevented them from jumping in to save him.
--- It was his choice to drown wasn't it? But then we can't have the slaves
deciding when they live or die. This reminds me a few years back of a man
who was arrested because he broke out a glass door so his dog could escape a
burning house. The Firemen were refusing to do anything about it. The man
was arrested for saving his dog from his own home.
The case of a white Oklahoma merchant recently convicted of killing a black
teenager attempting to rob his store has sparked a national debate.
To critics, 59-year-old pharmacist Jerome Ersland is a gun-toting vigilante who dealt out his own brand of murderous justice. To admirers, Ersland is a courageous and law-abiding hero whose actions were justified. The controversial case became even more volatile Thursday when a jury found Ersland guilty of first-degree murder for the 2009 slaying of 16-year-old Antwun Parker.
--- I wasn't there so I won't pass judgment on the extra shots. If the kid
had died with the first shot the "Liberal" garbage would still not like it
as they hate the idea of us being able to defend ourselves against
criminals, especially "Liberal"(commie) criminals and the parasites they
intentionally created with their welfare state.
The anti-patriot act will do exactly what it was written for...
...target real patriots. And the republicrats who vote for it will have our
blood on their hands, as if they care.
Techdirt reports that Senate bill 978 – a bill to amend the criminal penalty
provision for criminal infringement of a copyright, and for other purposes –
may be used to prosecute people for embedding YouTube videos.
According to Mark Masnick, if a website embeds a YouTube video that is determined to have infringed on copyright and more than 10 people view it on that website, the owner or others associated with the website could face up to five years in prison.
According to Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Day of Judgment and destruction for the West is close at hand. It is the day of the return of the 12th or “Hidden” Imam—a religious leader who disappeared in the 9th century at the age of five to remain in a state of occultation until then. It is believed the Imam’s return is to restore Islam to world dominance. It is further believed his return will only occur in the aftermath of world chaos. But it is here that this Islamist minority splits in its belief as to how the Hidden Iman’s return will be triggered. Most believe the required world chaos must evolve naturally; but Ahmadinejad is part of a minority within a minority believing man can be a catalyst in creating it.
--- It's vengeful men claiming to act for 'their' god that cause a lot of
On behalf of an elderly, dying veteran, Asheville Southern heritage activist
H.K. Edgerton on April 27 challenged officials at a Veterans Administration
hospital in downtown Memphis, Tenn., for confiscating — illegally, he claims
— a tiny tabletop Confederate battle flag on a stick and stand next to his
Edgerton noted that he was unsuccessful in helping the patient keep his miniature flag because three security guards were called in as he was questioning — at length — a hospital official and nurse about the policies. Eventually, the two hospital employees walked away, leaving them with the security guards and the patient — and no Confederate flag.
--- "Liberal" Yankees can't handle real history...
How the empire trains its troopers
The US Army's New Dismounted Training System has an extraordinary degree of realism, including everything from footprints and disturbed vegetation to varying kinds of precipitation, lighting, sound effects and more. CryENGINE video provided courtesy of RealTime Immersive, Inc.
--- And make no mistake, it will be used against us...
Family, friends, and the Oath Keepers are holding a
march in honor of 26-year old Marine veteran Jose Guerena.
He was killed in a SWAT shooting May 5th in his home.
Twenty-four hours after the Pima County Sheriffs Department released audio
and video tapes plus 500 pages of details on the May 5 SWAT shooting that
took the life of Jose Guerena, the lawyer representing the 5-member SWAT
team broke his silence on the report.
A legally binding, global Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) is being prepared in the
back rooms of the UN. One goal of the Treaty's proponents is to create
national weapon databases, leading to regional databases, and then to an
eventual global database.
Countries will be charged with the duty to keep track, not only of all transfers, but also of the locations of all arms and ammunition, from manufacture to destruction. A UN discussion paper states "the advent of modern information technology... promises to be a boon to the establishment of an effective tracing system in many States." But it will take a "global harmonized system of electronic registers" before the firearm-prohibitionists are satisfied.
It's only 'sporting'...
...if you let the "Liberal"(commie) or corporate whore run before you shoot it.
This is all fine and dandy as long as people understand there is no
'sporting purpose' to the Second Amendment per the BATF Nazis'
interpretation nor GCA '68 and the NFA, both of which need to be repealed.
The Second Amendment isn't about hunting four legged critters or birds. It's about hunting men.
Puffenbarger told the deputies who arrived to check out the call that he had
been shooting his "potato gun" from his front yard into the orchard across
the street, deputies said.
A potato gun is typically a cannon-like device made out of metal or plastic piping. To fire one, a potato is stuffed into the pipe. Typically some sort of flammable liquid is sprayed into the pipe and lit, launching the potato.
--- As usual the comments are more interesting and informative than the 'article.'
'Puffenbarger?' That guy must have had fun in the govt. school, where the
kids are always so careful of each others' feelings. Maybe he was working
out some repressed frustrations with his 'tater gun.
A California man has discovered a mountain lion living in his garage.
Jesse Taylor from Hesperia, Southern California, heard strange noises coming from his garage and went to investigate, assuming that it would simply be a raccoon or a fox.
--- Anything to help reduce the "Liberal" citiot population.
Commiefornians voted to stop the hunting of cougars. So if one gets eaten(a Commiefornian) now and again it's only what they deserve. It won't be long until the eco-commies are forcing them to stop using their property because the wildlife needs it more.
Another reason why we need "Liberal"(commie) season before it's too late.
--- If only it were true, then we would really be free.
We need to recognize who our greatest enemies are, white-skinned "Liberals" and 'progressives'(commies) who love to use this propaganda to disarm us so we can't kill them as we so desperately need to be doing before it's too late.
Don't understand? Read my quotes page first.
You think you understand how the Patriot Act allows the
government to spy on its citizens. Sen. Ron Wyden says it’s worse than you
Congress is set to reauthorize three controversial provisions of the surveillance law as early as Thursday. Wyden (D-Oregon) says that powers they grant the government on their face, the government applies a far broader legal interpretation — an interpretation that the government has conveniently classified, so it cannot be publicly assessed or challenged. But one prominent Patriot-watcher asserts that the secret interpretation empowers the government to deploy ”dragnets” for massive amounts of information on private citizens; the government portrays its data-collection efforts much differently.
On Friday afternoon, as the
administrator of a Kentucky buying club was setting out raw milk and other
food for pickup by members, an inspector for the Louisville Metro Department
of Health and Wellness appeared at the church basement storage site. He
presented two pieces of paper: a cease-and-desist order (from the Louisville
Metro Department of Health and Wellness) and a quarantine order (from the
Kentucky Department of Health Services), and placed "Quarantine" notices on
each of several coolers containing 76 half gallons of milk.
...is the definition of 'stupid.' One would hope the
glass has already been tested and this is a sales demonstration. If so the
banksters should have been required to hold it.
Candidates worth voting for:
Galbraith for governor
Latest commie/NWO site I've ran across: Media Matters for Amerika
Word(or phrase) for the times: free love
Quote for the times:
“I would argue it's both Orwell mixed with a dash of
Huxley. Orwell believed we would be ruled by fear; Huxley thought we would
be ruled by entertainment....and thus the internet was born.” - Josh Wolanin,
commenter on Wired.com
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"Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should
not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all
experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while
evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms
to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and
usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to
reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their
duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their
future security." -
The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America,
Adopted by Congress on July 4, 1776
(To the Founders, 'state' meant independent sovereign nation state,
that was voluntarily entering into the union and could theoretically un-volunteer later.)
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It's time to bring back the old
saying: "Better dead than red."
Only we need to apply it to Amerika's reds.