Monday, October 01, 2012

Well, well, a little past history on our noble AG

pointed to by a commenter:
As a freshman at Columbia University in 1970, future Attorney General Eric Holder participated in a five-day occupation of an abandoned Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) headquarters with a group of black students later described by the university’s Black Students’ Organization as “armed,” The Daily Caller has learned.

Department of Justice spokeswoman Tracy Schmaler has not responded to questions from The Daily Caller about whether Holder himself was armed — and if so, with what sort of weapon.

 'Why would anyone want to carry a gun to the store?'
Maybe because there are nutcases out there?
And salute to the store owner: injured, surprised, still managed to make a solid shot and put the attacker down.
Found at Arms and the Law

 Found at Uncles, revolver speedloader review
Also, a bit of fashion advice on concealed carry.

From Sarah Hoyt: some thoughts on hopefulness, the future, and its enemies:
I can see it.  It’s so close I can taste it.

So can the luddites.  Which is why they’re screaming and thrashing around like banshees and making use of 20th century communications tech to TRY to keep the future at bay.  It annoys me, because if they succeed the transition will be unnecessarily painful, unnecessarily bloody, and I might not live to see the other side.

What makes me wake up in the middle of the night is the fear that the land I love, and my children born here, will not live as an entity to see the other end of this either.

British judge says "You break into someones' home, you face a risk and that's how it should be"; hoplophobes wet their knickers(again).

And last, the administration doesn't want employers obeying the law when it might cause them problems; so they try to threaten, and then bribe them.

1 comment:

Luton Ian said...

Re; British Judge's comments about burglars running the risk.

I posted this over at the link

"Gun control network only has about 3 (politically very well connected) members.

It is an “astroturf” organization giving the illusion of popular “pressure from below” for gun control, while the politicians exert their “pressure from above”. Pretty classical cadre activity, straight out of the pages of Antonio Gramsci or Jan Kozak.

Technically she is correct, “self defence” has not been accepted as “good reason” for granting a gun license in Britain, since 1947."