Quote of the Day – Robb Allen (2/7/2013)

It doesn’t cost the anti-gunners a damned thing to introduce bills. True, most of them will never see the light of day, but it’s the one you don’t expect that makes it through and makes your life a living hell. This is very much like how an inmate in a prison can harass the person who put them in there – they can file frivolous lawsuit after frivolous lawsuit against them. The inmate doesn’t pay a dime, but the target expends a lot of capital fighting them.

This is what is going on right now. They are trying to wear us out with so many horrific bills that what they really want will get passed when we’re too exhausted to fight any more.

Robb AllenThe inmates are running the asylum

February 7th, 2013

[Back when the first pushes were happening in Illinois I figured this was their game plan.  Distract, divide, and exhaust us by creating numerous issues at the state level we cannot as effectively fight at the national level.

We keep seeing little BS bills come up here and there and they all require our attention lest we lets one slip by and get burned.

I’ve got a post I need to write-up tonight.  I just had some WA specific legislation roll into my inbox this morning.  Do I think it will pass? No, but if we do nothing it most certainly will pass.

Yes it sucks and yes it can be exhausting, at the same time though we can start introducing our own bills to push forward.  If we’re going to be stuck writing in about bad legislation, we might as well be able to say at the same time, please support this bill over here.  Our enemies are fewer and not as capable at defeating legislation we push forward.  Lets work this momentum to our advantage. -B]

SSCC #517–San Luis Obispo

A detective with the San Luis Obispo Police Department was arrested Tuesday by FBI agents after being charged in a bribery scheme in which he allegedly took cash and drugs from two people.

The money shot for why this one made the count quite simply speaks for itself.

The complaint alleges that Pierce used his position as a police officer to influence one of the witness’s probation officers to perform little or no supervision of him and informed him that he could “work off” his heroin possession charge by cooperating with Pierce. The complaint goes on to allege that Pierce informed the cooperating witnesses about ongoing police investigations, including where best to purchase narcotics and which drug houses to stay away from, so that they would not be caught in the act of buying.

Nice huh?  Wonder what would happen to any  of the rest of us how behaved like that and didn’t have a badge.

State Sponsored Criminal #517: Cory Pierce

Because when you create an informant you can manipulate them however you like, including getting them to score you money and drugs.

via Tammy

Quote of the Day – Sebastian (2/6/2013)

Journalists just assume this stuff is true, and print it as truth, but the truth is that the gun culture changed first, and then the gun culture changed the industry. The industry did not change the gun culture. When is the left going to recognize that this is a movement composed of millions of actual people? Thinking people. People who are often smarter than the journalists who write this crap.

SebastianOn the Popularity of the AR-15
February 6th, 2013

[When is the left going to realize that fact?  Never.  They want to destroy us and our culture.  They want to imprison us for being different and daring to be independent.  They hate who we are and what we represent and they will peddle any lie they can to help them accomplish their goal.

The idea that this culture is big enough and massive enough to move whole industries is unfathomable to them.  The idea that a rifle became popular due to its utilitarian value just the same is blasphemy.  They are trying to understand and comprehend a culture and an environment they know nothing about.

When you cannot even get basic nomenclature correct, when you constantly describe things incorrectly, it should be obvious that you don’t know what you’re talking about.  Alas they double down on stupid because they have no interest in learning, just in criminalizing those they hate with differing opinions. -B]

Ear Worm Wednesday – 2/6/2013

If you listen carefully, you might hear why I like this one.

Lynyrd Skynyrd – Still Unbroken

SSCC Honorable Mention – Miami

Remember, just call 911 and the police will be on their way to save you.


So tell me, do you still want to trust the police to save your life when seconds count?  He’s being paid by the public to perform his duties and does nothing.  Now remember the state is protected from such negligence as this since the police have no duty to respond, see Warren v. District of Columbia.

When someone breaks into your house in the middle of the night, which do you want?

  1. To call 911 and pray they arrive in time to stop the criminal aggressors.
  2. A method to quickly and easily defend yourself at a distance minimizing risk to yourself and family.

There are those currently in the government that want to remove that second option.

State Sponsored Criminals: Dario Socarras, Jennifer Gonzalez, and Jose Huerta

Because when seconds count, those charged and paid to help the public would rather drink coffee and ignore their duty.  It’s not fraud when you’re lying and getting paid for what you lied about right?

via Ry.

SSCC #515 & #516 –Houston

Emerson Canizales, 26, of Kingwood, and Michael Miceli, 26, of Humble, were paid $1,000 a piece to protect the drugs. They now face up to life in prison without the possibility of parole, according to a federal indictment.

On the upshot they are facing a possible life sentence, though this wouldn’t be a problem if the state didn’t create the criminal environment to begin with.

State Sponsored Criminal #515: Emerson Canizales

#516: Michael Miceli

Because by all means if you’re a cop, protect people doing illegal things as long as they cross your palm with silver.

via Dwight

Well Said Sir!

This is by far one of the best speeches I’ve seen directed towards the petty tyrants attacking our rights.

Good to see I’m not alone in getting angry for much the same reasons, and honestly has more of a reason than anyone else to be angry.

And yes, I was grinning as he called those representatives tyrants.

Along the same lines we need more people in politics like this mayor.  If you haven’t seen this video, I suggest watching it to the end.

I like how the mayor called out the two petty tyrants at the end.  Hopefully that ass who walked out is recalled from office.

Quote of the Day – Marshall K. Robinson (02/05/2013)

In your infinite wisdom, you outlawed bayonet lugs, flash hiders, and collapsible stocks. In over forty years of being a firearm and tool mark examiner, I have never seen these components inflict any injury whatsoever on any person. In your infinite wisdom, you outlawed fully automatic firearms that have the capability of firing a single shot. Ladies and gentlemen, I really need help with that one.

(Emphasis mine.)
Marshall K. RobinsonPublic Testimony
January 2013

[I’m glad to know I’m not the only one who is baffled and confused by the actions of our elected representatives.  There is a large group of people who are completely uneducated regarding firearms and this includes the people attempting to legislate our rights away.

The powers that be currently even admit that the new laws would do nothing to prevent tragedies like Sandy Hook, yet here they continue to push their falsehoods and lies.  Why?  I think this nailed it on the head. -B]