2nd Amendment Not Just For Guns

Found here on wnd.com by Bob Unruh Since the U.S. Supreme Court confirmed in two recent cases that the right to carry firearms under the Second Amendment applies to individuals, a multitude of local gun-control ordinances have been overturned, modified or dropped. Now, a new argument prepared by three legal experts goes further, arguing that […]

Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day President Lincoln was inspired to say That all Americans should pray At least one time a year And called it Thanksgiving Day Founded on Religious freedom God’s blessings did abound Out of darkness and persecution A life based on liberty was found Washington was delivered Through prayer he persevered He knew America always […]

Let’s Talk About Those “Greedy” Gun Companies

Found here on dailycaller.com by Natalie Foster, NRA News Commentator I had a friendly little debate over guns with a gentleman in New York recently. Near the end of our conversation I said, “Well the thing about gun owners and non-gun owners and what we have in common is that we all want people to […]

Gun Rights Advocates Turn In Signatures

Found here on columbian.com by Rachel La Corte, Associated Press OLYMPIA — Supporters of an initiative that would prevent Washington state from adopting universal background checks for gun sales say they have submitted 340,000 signatures with their first batch of petitions submitted Thursday to the secretary of state’s office. Initiative 591 would prevent Washington from […]

A Hiding Place

It is a place of purity. Spending time in His presence reveals who I am and Who He is. He takes all of my faults, failures and filth and grants me forgiveness while giving me a future. David writes, “I acknowledged my sin to you, and I did not cover my iniquity; I said, “I will confess my transgressions to the Lord,” and you forgave the iniquity of my sin. Selah” (Ps 32:5).

Stock Up On Bullets: EPA to Close Last U.S. Lead Smelting Plant

Found here on godfatherpolitics.com by Common Constitutionalist It seems virtually every federal government agency, at least under this president, is a rogue agency, and the EPA is no exception. That’s not quite accurate. You see, when one hears the word rogue, it conjures up thoughts of abandoning one’s directive. “Oh, him. He went rogue. We […]

Michael Bloomberg and “The Emperor’s New Clothes”

Historically, individuals with strong persuasive personalities, having risen to positions of power and influence, become surrounded by followers who reinforce and inspire misguided conclusions, decisions and actions. Michael Bloomberg is one of the many such individuals in America (especially in Washington, D.C.) and the world today that exemplify this pattern.  Not knowing what is in […]

Right to Keep and Bear Arms Preceded U.S. Constitution

Found here on breitbart.com by Awr Hawkins The right to keep and bear arms preceded the U.S. Constitution, as our Founding Fathers “propounded” the right but did not create it. They enshrined it via the Bill of Rights, all the while knowing the origin of the right itself was to be found in “the Laws […]

NRA President James Porter: Bloomberg’s all-consuming agenda

Found here on dailycaller.com by James W. Porter II, President National Rifle Association New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg was once asked by NBC’s David Gregory how much he was willing to spend to spread his vision for gun control to every corner of the nation. “I think I have an obligation as an American and as a […]

Gun Control, the Jews, and the Third Reich

Found here on americanthinker.com by Abraham H. Miller In 1996, in commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the modern Olympics, the German government issued a set of four stamps. One of these celebrates Alfred and Gustav Flatow, cousins, who were gold medalists in the 1896 Olympics. Alfred took the first in the parallel bars and with his cousin […]

America’s 35th President, A Remembrance – John F. Kennedy

John F. Kennedy May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963 America’s 35th President – A Remembrance Fifty years ago this week, John F. Kennedy was assassinated by a radical with an early history of mental illness in Dallas, Texas.  A young, dynamic and passionate war hero President Kennedy was elected as a democrat, but would […]

Second Amendment Views By Assemblyman Brian Jones

Found here on ramonasentinel.com by Assemblyman Brian Jones California Assembly District 71 Dear Ramona Sentinel Readers: In recent weeks several constituents have contacted my office informing me they are offended about comments I’ve made regarding the Second Amendment. This is an open letter to all of my constituents to share the background of my views on the […]

CALL TO ARMS: Texas A&M Law Professor Says It’s Time to Repeal 2nd Amendment

Found here on dailycaller.com by Eric Owens A full-time professor on the faculty of the newly-minted Texas A&M University School of Law called for the repeal and replacement of the Second Amendment on Friday. The professor, Mary Margaret “Meg” Penrose, made her controversial declaration during a day-long panel symposium on gun control and the Second Amendment […]

Seeing With Different Eyes

“For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.” —2 Corinthians 4:17–18 I’m reminded how fun it is to teach […]