I wrote previously that San Diego outlawed a Bible study group from meeting at their pastor’s home. This was, and still is, an outrageous infringement of our First Amendment Rights.
I guess since liberals thought they could infringe on the Second Amendment successfully (despite the Heller decision that was a victory for all Americans) all the other amendments were up for infringement, from free speech to property ownership rights. Read more »
Let’s take this situation and move it to a ranch in Arizona that just happens to be the preferred route Mexican, people from Central and South America, and even people from the Middle East use to illegally enter the United States. This route is well publicized by groups in Mexico as one of the better access points.
Roget Barnett and his wife own the ranch and have been dealing with the people illegally crossing the border and destroying his property and threatening the safety of his family. Roger even installed a faucet so the illegals would not have to damage his water tank when they tried to get water. Read more »
At dusk a group of people waited for darkness to fully conceal their movements. This seemingly rag-tag group of people had men, women, and a couple of infants. They patiently waited for a couple of hours and then someone approached the barbed wire fence 100 yards away and snipped a hole large enough for the group’s individuals to squeeze through.
The rest of the group started sprinting like an uncontrollable pack towards the opening in the fence. Once clear of the fence they kept running into their new-found country free as birds; or so it seemed for an hour. Read more »
Imagine having to prove in a court of law that your teenager is not a public nuisance. That is not a pretty thought. Those lawyer expenses alone could bankrupt most people.
Now imagine having to prove that the tree in front of your house is not a nuisance. All it would take is one neighborhood kid to climb it and fall down and break a leg or an arm, or even worse, break his/her neck. Your tree could be found to be a public nuisance since it is attracting kids and enticing them to climb. Here come the insurmountable lawyer fees in addition to the civil judgments. Read more »
The Indiana Supremes, not to be confused with a tribute band, have started the first of many cuts to come by changing the presumption of innocence that our entire judicial system is founded upon. You should have learned in school (at least I did in a time they actually taught American History as it really was) that you are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Read more »
Now, liberals (politically correct speech for Marxists) have the drive to stay in power and do no matter what it takes, even if that means blatantly following Marx’s Communist Manifesto. They press for the elimination of religion (with the only exception for a tolerance for radical Islam) and property rights. Read more »
Surprise, surprise – they both had Glock 21′s! One was carrying Cor-Bon hollow points (also known affectionately as flying ashtrays; thank you Dave) and the other had some real original Black Talons (they actually have a black anodized finish rather than today’s more “politically correct” copper-finish bullets of the same construction. Read more »
I have had the pleasure of visiting the Great State of Indiana. One time around Christmas I experienced the severe effects of Global Warming with temperatures chilling me to the bone despite an extremely well insulated down coat, boots and gloves.
My teeth still chatter to this very day as I recall the snow (very pretty with the Christmas lights (yes, they still have Christmas lights in Indiana, despite the Democrat Party Machine slowly gaining control). Read more »
Hugo Chavez, the President of Venezuela, is a person that just about every Democrat member of congress has been drooling over for the past eight years. He is the poster boy for the great Marxist movement by American far-left extremist liberals.
Any self-respecting Democrat already has a picture with Hugo on their office wall or even desk. Read more »