Monday, January 28, 2013

DC Ignores Gun Laws for The Media Elites

For the second time in as many weeks, the District of Columbia has chosen not to prosecute members of the media who have violated their assault weapons ban. 

The Daily Caller reports
A staffer at left-wing Media Matters for America committed numerous felonies in the District of Columbia and around the country by carrying a firearm to defend the organization’s founder, David Brock, The Daily Caller has learned.
According to a knowledgeable source, multiple firearms used to protect the Media Matters founder were purchased with Brock’s blessing — and apparently with the group’s money.

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Back in December, David Gregory illegally possessed and brandished a banned AR-15 magazine and got off scot free after the Attorney General of the District of Columbia decided it was better to selectively enforce it's pointless gun laws such as the Army veteran and federal employee James Brinkley who was arrested for transporting his unloaded Glock 22 and two 15 round magazines to a shooting range.

Recently, Senator Diane Feinstein raised questions with her show casing of illegally possessed rifles and handguns.  She on numerous occasions would pull out AK-47 variants and AR-15 type rifles to use as props for her failing attempt to ban certain semi-automatic rifles (rifles I might add work exactly the same as your grandfather's revolver--one trigger squeeze fires one bullet).  Once again the capitol police and DC Metro turned a blind eye even adding that the firearms were in police possession.

As Emily Miller writing for the Washington Times puts it: "It is shameful that the politicians running the nation’s capital have sent the clear message that there are two systems of justice in the city -- one for the rich and powerful and one for everyone else."

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

11th Anniversary of 9-11 Attacks--Have we learned anything?

11 years ago today, thousands of Americans died.  What have we learned in the 11 years since the attack?

Not much apparently or at least the majority of Americans are still willfully ignorant about the truth of 9/11.

We were told:
Four planes were hijacked on that morning.  2 Planes were flown into the WTC towers with stunning precision. 1 plane was crashed into the side of the 5-story Pentagon building.  On the last plane, the passengers fought back and it crashed in a field in Somerset County Pennsylvania.  We were told that the hijackers were members of Al Qaeda and that the plot was masterminded by Osama Bin Laden. We were told that we were attacked because "they hate us and our freedoms and way of life."
As a result, we swiftly invaded Iraq; toppled their government; and killed anywhere from 110,000 to 1.03 million (including civilians and military personnel).  We also invaded Afghanistan because they were harboring these terrorists.  We toppled their government; killed 28,000+; and helped re-institute a government there.

The truth (or at least as I understand it from the evidence):
The truth, unfortunately, is much more nefarious.  The attacks on September 11th were orchestrated by the United States (or at the very least allowed to happen for political purposes). In fact, the US has planned to create false flags in the past and the US completed false flags in the past.  Some officials knew about the attacks (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) and yet no attempt was made to stop the attack.  Our country, in the past, had planned such false flags and even executed a few (such as the USS Liberty and USS Cole, see also Gulf of Tonkin incident).

Furthermore, we were told that Al Qaeda was responsible for the attacks.  Further evidence suggests that Al Qaeda doesn't even exist and it was created by the CIA as a scapegoat.

The US facilitated in attempted attacks for political purposes including helping the "underwear bomber" get on a plane (1).  This was "convenient", for lack of a better word, because the US needed the justification to roll out all of the body scanning devices it had purchased the year before.

As a result of the attacks on September 11th, our congress has passed dozens of bills, created federal agencies (the DHS & groin groping TSA were created post-9/11) and dozens of executive orders have been written increasing the power of the federal government and restricting the rights of citizens.

We are committed to a perpetual war on terror.  This war was the justification for the war on patriots

The DHS has put the "terrorists" on the back burner and waged war on patriots. They've been targeting libertarians, constitutionalists, evangelical Christians, gun owners, and veterans.

The TSA is planning on rolling out it's body scanners and psychological conditioning tactics (even admitting that they aren't making us safer) to train and bus stations. Pretty soon we won't be able to travel anywhere without having to show our papers to the American gestapo TSA.

And the government has waged war on our liberties via NDAA and the Patriot Act but even right to redress our grievances (our free speech).

We were told to support the patriot act because it makes us safer.

Are we any safer? We're 8 times more likely to die from a police officer than from a terrorist.

I could write so much more, but all I can say is believe half of what you see, none of what you hear and understand that democide results in more deaths than any war.

Lastly check out InfoWars' post on the 11th Anniversary of Sept. 11th.

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Tweaking Ads

I just saw an ad for an PA anti-freedom organization, so don't be surprised if the ads go down for a bit. I'm in the process of blocking anti-freedom organizations from my adsense account.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

An open letter to Mitt Romney

Please repost this:

September 4, 2012

Mitt Romney

Via electronic correspondence

Subject: Revocation of Presidential Executive Privilege on “Fast and Furious” Documents

Dear Candidate Romney,

On June 20, 2012, Deputy Attorney General James M. Cole wrote a letter to Rep. Darrell E. Issa, Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform informing him “that the President has asserted executive privilege over the relevant post-February 4, 2011, documents” subpoenaed as part of the committee’s Operation Fast and Furious “gunwalking” investigation.

These documents are essential to determining the truth about falsehoods stated to the committee and later withdrawn by the Justice Department. Former federal prosecutor

Rep. Trey Gowdy has demonstrated the Obama White House cannot legally assert executive privilege to shield these documents.

“The reason we have privileges is to protect the relationships…No privilege is absolute,” Gowdy has stated. “Every privilege can be defeated, and usually they can be defeated by an indication of criminal conduct.

“There was a demonstrably false letter sent from the Department of Justice on DoJ letterhead to a United States Senator and therefore to all of Congress,” he continued. That letter was misleading, deceptive, and provably wrong. We are seeking the documents that would help us understand how a letter that materially false could be drafted, approved, delivered to a United States Senator. That’s the information that Congress was seeking. The White House and the Department of Justice are seeking to prevent us from getting that information by asserting that third tier, lowest level, weakest form of executive privilege.”

You recognized the wrongness of the administration’s actions in your July 17 release, “Transparent Hypocrisy: Obama's Fast And Furious Broken Promises,” when your campaign informed voters “After Slamming The Use Of Executive Privilege During His 2008 Campaign, President Obama Is Now Using It To Avoid Telling Americans The Truth About Operation ‘Fast And Furious.’”

A few months earlier, in April at the NRA Annual Meeting in St, Louis, you expressed your personal enthusiastic support for Congressional investigations.

“I applaud Congressman [Darrell] Issa and Senator [Chuck] Grassley for their work in exposing the Fast and Furious scandal,” you proclaimed to an enthusiastic assemblage of NRA members..

“And of course I applaud NRA leadership for being among the first and most vocal in calling upon Attorney General Holder to resign or get fired,” you added.

Sir, we need more than your applause.

If elected president, you will have the authority to revoke claims of executive privilege made by your predecessor. You will be able to give the American people the truth about the “materially false” information first provided, then rescinded, and then covered up by the Obama administration. You will be able to demonstrate your leadership and commitment on determining the truth about Operation Fast and Furious and holding those responsible for it truly accountable.

Mr. Romney, tear down this stone wall.

Will you pledge and commit, that if elected in November, you will rescind Obama’s executive privilege order and direct your Attorney General to fully cooperate with and assist the Committee in document production and whatever else it needs to finally determine and tell the American people the truth?

Sincerely and seriously,

David Codrea

Mike Vanderboegh


I don't do this often, but someone posted this video and I love it.

Maybe it's the catchy tune, maybe it's the harmless lyrics, but regardless I thought it was worth sharing.

You can of course buy the album below.

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Jullian Assange: US on "precipice" of losing founding values

Wikileaks founder spoke for the first time since taking asylum in Ecuador's embassy.

He thanked his supporters and chided the American government for their "witch hunt" against Wikileaks.
"We must use this moment to articulate the choice that is before the government of the United States America.

Will it return to and re-affirm the revolutionary values it was founded on or will it launch off the precipice dragging us all into a dangerous and oppressive world in which journalists fall silent under the fear of prosecution and citizens must whisper in the dark?

I say it must turn back. I ask President Obama to do the right thing.  The United States must renounce it's witch hunt against Wikileaks. . . "  READ MORE>>
President Obama should give Assange his Nobel Peace Prize... Assange deserves it much more than Obama. 

I'm conflicted on the whole spill the beans on the national secrets thing.  Some things need to be spilled (like Bradley Manning's leak of US soldiers shooting and killing innocent reporters).

Friday, August 10, 2012

Free Market America: "If I Wanted America to Fail"

Courtesy of Dustin's Gun Blog.

Fast & Furious News -- ATF Arms Sinaloa in Quid Pro Quo Deal

More damning news from the Fast & Furious Gun-Running scandal.  Many have said this, but new information has come out supporting the fact that US officials that were purposely arming cartels had been given the green light for drug trafficking (specifically the Sinaloa Cartel) in exchange for information to take down rival cartels.

The explosive allegations are being made by Jesus Vicente Zambada-Niebla, known as the Sinaloa Cartel’s “logistics coordinator.” He was extradited to the Chicago last year to face federal drug charges.

Sinaloa Cartel Operative Jesus Vincente Zambada Niebla Makes Explosive Allegation About Operation Fast and Furious
Zambada-Niebla claims that under a “divide and conquer” strategy, the U.S. helped finance and arm the Sinaloa Cartel through Operation Fast and Furious in exchange for information that allowed the DEA, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and other federal agencies to take down rival drug cartels. The Sinaloa Cartel was allegedly permitted to traffic massive amounts of drugs across the U.S. border from 2004 to 2009 — during both Fast and Furious and Bush-era gunrunning operations — as long as the intel kept coming. READ MORE>>>
I'm not entirely sure why we'd be surprised by this news. Look at our history.  We created Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden to fight our enemies then they became our enemies.  Now we're doing the same thing.  Do we think it'd be better to have one ENORMOUS CARTEL South of the border or several smaller ones killing each other.  Our CIA trafficked in cocaine to finance operations in the 1980s.

The only thing we haven't done yet (at least that we know of) is send the CIA down to train the cartels.  Oh wait we did... Correction:  we used "Special Forces" to train Mexican federal agents who later changed sides and became the ruthless cartel known as the Zetas.

Monday, July 30, 2012


It's hard to watch, but everyone needs to see this.
(Now I feel like I should stock up on gas masks and 7.62x25 ammo.)

Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.