Gun Control: the making of Political Sausage

Have you ever seen how they make sausage?  Well, let’s just say most people have a hard time eating sausage after seeing it made: it aint Purdy, iffin ya no wut I meen.  And that is exactly what all this hype over gun control – err, excuse me – “stopping gun violence” – is all…

If People Don’t Need Weapons To Resist Tyranny…

…then why did Obama send arms to Libya? The Obama administration secretly gave its blessing to arms shipments to Libyan rebels from Qatar last year, but US officials later grew alarmed as evidence grew that Qatar was turning some of the weapons over to Islamist militants, according to US officials and foreign diplomats. No evidence…

Yet Another Misunderstanding Of Islam

I’m sure that’s all it is – Islam is the most misunderstood religion on the planet, especially among its practitioners apparently…I just wish Imam Greg was still around to defend this: Egyptian court sentences Christian family to 15 years for converting from Islam The 15-year prison sentence given to a woman and her seven children by an…

Obama Admits He Should Be Impeached!

Actually, yes, he did.  No, he didn’t use those words, but he admitted he deserves to be impeached just the same. Did you hear his speech on gun control?  Did you hear him tell you that “weapons of war” belong in the theater of war and not the movie theater?  Well, if you heard that…

A Drive-By Post About Secession

I just realized, the States do not have to secede.  In fact, those who claim we can’t are correct, but I wonder whether they understand why they are correct (if you already understand this, please forgive what follows).  Well, I was thinking about how we can re-claim our liberty last night when it dawned on…

God Bless Texas

TRNL readers already know this about education – but lower down is another reason that I am glad that I will be a Texas resident on Friday: The trench warfare between President Obama’s Democratic Party and the House-led Republicans over the budget, entitlements, and regulation reflects a profound and historic difference of opinion over the…