Don’t buy guns!

By Jim Campbell

April 20, 2017



Buy lots of these instead:

With hand grenades and RPG’s

Park these at your front and back doors.





A black man with a brain tries to have a rational discussion with one who doesn’t









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House GOP to punt gun bill: A good thing

crew-2231211House Speaker, (RINO-WI)  has punted on dealing with any further anti-gun measures until after the summer break.


My Congresswoman, Mimi Walters apparently talked some sense into his pointy little head.



There is one person who is devious enough to attempt to steal the Republican Presidential nomination at their upcoming convention beginning July 18th in Cleveland, OH. 

Is Mimi Walters a Q.T.Pie or what?



The Hill

By Scott Wong

July 11, 2016

Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and his GOP leadership team on Monday decided to punt on any gun-related legislation until after the long summer recess.

The latest shootings across the country led Republican leaders to believe that debating and voting on contentious gun control bills now would only inflame an already violent situation.

The decision means the House, which has been wrestling with gun control legislation for weeks, will not consider bills to prevent suspected terrorists from obtaining guns until at least after its seven-week recess, which is set to begin at the end of this week.

“Given the events … we need to take a step back and show some real calmness and some real leadership and reflect on what’s happening in this country, and pursue the gun issue at a further date,” Rep. Mimi Walters (R-Calif.), the freshman class representative to GOP leadership, told The Hill after a meeting in Ryan’s office.


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Clinton refuses to say gun ownership a constitutional right: Vows to take to Supreme Court if Elected

crew-2231211Talk about shooting herself in the foot.


It would probably be a wonderful idea if Hillary is still planning to be the democrats standard-bearer for the U.S. Presidency in 2016, that she read the Constitution.



She has said a great deal of stupid things and made many bone head moves.

This must top them all.

The real irony here is that I give this harridan any ink at all…

This was just to great to pass up.



“If it is a constitutional right, then it, like every other constitutional right, is subject to reasonable regulations,” said of the right to bear arms. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File)


Hillary Clinton declined to say during an interview Sunday whether she believes the right to bear arms is guaranteed by the Constitution.

“Do you believe that an individual’s right to bear arms is a constitutional right, that it’s not linked to service in a militia?” ABC’s George Stephanopoulos asked the Democratic presidential front-runner.

“I think that for most of our history, there was a nuanced reading of the Second Amendment until the decision by the late Justice [Antonin] Scalia, and there was no argument until then that localities and states and the federal government had a right, as we do with every amendment, to impose reasonable regulations,” Clinton responded.

She added, “So I believe we can have common-sense gun safety measures consistent with the Second Amendment.”

“But that’s not what I asked,” Stephanopoulos interjected.

(For those who missed it that was the sound of “Perennial Clinton Suck Up,”  Boy George growing a pair and them hitting the floor.)

“I said, do you believe that their conclusion that an individual’s right to bear arms is a constitutional right?”


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Who funds the trillion dollar plan of the U.N.’s new global goals?

crew-22312By Jim Campbell


In more delusions brought to us by the NY Times, here are the United Nations Goals for so-called “Sustainable Development.”


Simply stated, the U.N. agenda for “Sustainable Development,” puts the earth before the people necessitating that human lives are expendable to achieve their goal.

screw_unThe United States  pays way too much for the United Nations.

Each year the United States gives about $8 billion in mandatory payments and voluntary contributions to the United Nations and its affiliated organizations.

The biggest portion of this money, about $3 billion this year, goes to the U.N.’s regular and peacekeeping budgets.



Let us not forget about Hillary, Feinstein’s and Obama’s love affair with the U.N. Gun Ban Treaty. 

gun-control-about-tyrantsThis of course will never come to pass as the U.S. may never enter into any agreement with foreign entities that violates the U.S. Constitution.

The U.S. contributes more to the UN than any other country — 22 percent of the regular UN budget and 27 percent of the peacekeeping budget,




Directly from the U.N. Mission Statement here is their mandate.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) is to work for the protection of all human rights for all people; to help empower people to realize their rights; and to assist those responsible for upholding such rights in ensuring that they are implemented.

In carrying out its mission OHCHR will:

  • Give priority to addressing the most pressing human rights violations, both acute and chronic, particularly those that put life in imminent peril;
  • Focus attention on those who are at risk and vulnerable on multiple fronts;
  • Pay equal attention to the realization of civil, cultural, economic, political, and social rights, including the right to development; and
  • Measure the impact of its work through the substantive benefit that is accrued, through it, to individuals around the world.

Operationally, OHCHR works with governments, legislatures, courts, national institutions, civil society, regional and international organizations, and the United Nations system to develop and strengthen capacity, particularly at the national level, for the protection of human rights in accordance with international norms.

Institutionally, OHCHR is committed to strengthening the United Nations human rights programme and to providing it with the highest quality support. OHCHR is committed to working closely with its United Nations partners to make sure that human rights form the bedrock of the work of the United Nations.

Not to worry, the U.N. has failed miserably in its goal as worldwide peace keepers.

The League of Nations, 1920

The League of Nations was an international organization, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, created after the First World War to provide a forum for resolving international disputes.

Though first proposed by President Woodrow Wilson as part of his Fourteen Points plan for an equitable peace in Europe, the United States never became a member.

Treaty was discredited as unenforceable, short-sighted, or too extreme in its provisions, and the League’s failure either to enforce or revise it only reinforced U.S. congressional opposition to working with the League under any circumstances.

However, the coming of World War II once again demonstrated the need for an effective international organization to mediate disputes, and the United States public and the Roosevelt administration supported and became founding members of the new United Nations.

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The Rise of Concealed Carry

crew-22312Real Clear Policy


July 17, 2015

By Courtney Such

How many people are licensed to carry concealed guns in your state?

The Crime Prevention Research Center has released a paper with the numbers, finding that the number of permit holders has risen 15.4 percent in the last year alone.



We sat down with the organization’s president, More Guns, Less Crime author John Lott, to discuss the findings. The interview has been edited for length and clarity.
Why do you think there has been such a surge in permit holders since Obama’s election, and especially over the last year?

There was an increase during his election, but as you said, there’s been an accelerated change over the last couple years, and I think if you look at the polls you see one reason for that. Gallup and others have shown that Americans believe owning a gun is important for their safety.


By larger percentages, the polls show that people believe having a gun makes them safer as opposed to any other possible assets they may have.

And where we’ve seen the biggest growth in permits is among the groups that have had the biggest changes in their views on guns — blacks and women.
Why do you think that’s happening with women and minorities?

The growth in women having permits is twice what it is for men.

There are still many more men who have permits, but now 25 percent of permit holders are women, and their growth rate is twice what it is for men.

For blacks and other minorities, there is some evidence that they are increasing about twice the rate of whites.dionna_KSG_3215web

Why? Again, I think the polls tell us a lot, but the deeper question here.

Why is it that their views are changing so much in the polls?

My own belief is that, if you look at the evidence, women and blacks, particularly poor blacks who live in high-crime urban areas, are the people who benefit the most from owning guns.

I think that message is just starting to get out in the last few years.

For blacks, if you look at Police Chief James Craig in Detroit or Sheriff David Clark in Milwaukee, these are just examples of leading black law enforcement saying,

“Look, we can’t protect you, we’re having budget cuts.

We’re having to cut the police forces that we have, and they’ve been strongly recommending that people in the heavily black areas that they represent have to be able to depend upon themselves for safety.”

My research over the years has convinced me of two things.

One is that the people most likely to be victims of violent crime benefit the most from having a gun to protect themselves, and the other is that police are extremely important in reducing crime.

I think police are the single most important factor, but if you look at interviews and surveys of police, you find that they understand themselves that they virtually always arrive on the crime scene after the crimes occurred, and that raises the question about what people should do when they have to confront a criminal by themselves.

By far, the safest course of action is for people to have a gun.

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