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Gun Confiscation In Connecticut … Just the beginning

Good morning folks! I have to tell you, the arrogance and ignorance of your average liberal is absolutely stunning. They cannot foresee things happening right in front of them either because they don’t want to or they genuinely are just plain stupid … or … they want certain things to happen because of their own twisted mind-set. In that case they’ll do their best to convince informed folks that they really aren’t seeing what happening, but they’re just paranoid.  A few loony liberals mock and disparage conservatives over the possibility of firearm confiscation.  One site which linked to another had […]

Connecticut Demands Gun Owners Register Their ‘Assault Rifles;’ Tens of Thousands Reply, “Nyet Comrade”

In the wake of Sandy Hook, Connecticut gun grabbers capitalized on dead children to pass a ban on the sale of assault rifles ugly guns.  Because as we all know… Criminals break laws. Passing more laws keep criminals from breaking laws. Because criminals don’t follow laws anyway… Makes sense, doesn’t it? Anyways, the Connecticut law allows present assault rifles ugly gun owners to keep their gun, as long as the register them, so they can be confiscated one day.  However, the good people of Connecticut has decided that the state has gone too far, and are electing to not participate.  […]

MEA President Politicize Shootings, Uses Tragedy to Push Personal Agenda Using Union Resources

Hours after the tragic school shooting, I received an email from the Michigan Education Association President Steve Cook. The entire statement can be found on the MEA website, paid for by unionized school employees, but here is the bulk of it: “Regardless of what the details and facts are of today’s events in Connecticut, this nation must have a real conversation about guns and the safety of our students and those who care for them. “I am a gun owner and avid outdoorsman, but something must be done to protect our children from such acts of violence. Entire school communities — boards, administrators, teachers, support […]