Monthly Archives: June 2015

The second oldest profession isn’t politics: A serious look at global espionage

  Of particular note, is that all countries mentioned participate, they act as though they are out raged and haven’t been doing the same thing.   By XX The World of Espionage in 2015   This piece originally ran in the … Continue reading

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The Founding of the KKK: If you haven’t seen this you will be flat out amazed

By Jim Campbell   Democrats founded the KKK, fought the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments, instituted Jim Crow Laws, fought the 1965 Civil Rights Act and continue to keep racism alive and blacks on their liberal plantation.   This is … Continue reading

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The Collectible Firearms Protection Act and Why it Matters

By Suzanne Wiley Writer for Cheaper Than Dirt America’s Ultimate Shooting Sports Discounter June 28, 2015 H/T. Rebel Green. For the third year in a row, Rep. Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) has introduced the Collectible Firearms Protection Act challenging a 57-year … Continue reading

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Judge Slams Brady Campaign for Frivolous Lawsuit that Costs Plaintiffs Over $200K

 NRA/ILA Alerts   NRA priority legislation provides the foundation for Lucky Gunner Win! Sometimes victory is years in the making. A recent court victory, however, reminds all of us how important the NRA-ILA’s legislative victories can be, even many years or … Continue reading

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The Supreme Paradox: When the Court Overrides Congress

In an article that appeared in the Atlantic in January 2012, Ben Heinman, Jr. explains the dilemmas facing We the People.   With the U.S. Supreme Court coming down in favor of Obama’s Health Care Denial and Rationing Act,   … Continue reading

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A tribute to capitalism and Frederick A Hayek

To the Progressive it is often far easier to show it to them in pictures.   Sadly, most of them will never comprehend that which is depicted below.   It is however their goal to make more and more people … Continue reading

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There is no doubt about it: Supreme Court Justice John Robert’s can’t read or understand the meaning of the words he is reading

In the video below, Dick Morris is very articulate on the reasons it’s imperative that Republicans take the White House in 2017.   One of them is that Obama Care must be completely replaced.      Obama Care is a … Continue reading

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