Sunday, July 26, 2015


But it’s not just Estonia that’s hiding behind an armor of troops and tanks. At the same time, Operation Lightning Strike brought out 3,000 troops in Lithuania, while Operation Dynamic Mongoose included another 5,000 in the North Sea off Norway. It’s Europe’s latest show-and-tell of military capability, which, in a reversal of a trend that has lasted many years, is increasing dramatically.
Well, between Russia practicing low-level warfare and this administration stabbing allies in the back, is anyone actually surprised?

Why is CNN going down the toilet(and why hate on guns/gun owners so much)?
Because the NYeffingTimes rules.  And they're too lazy/stupid/bigoted to go against it.

I'd heard of  DeRay McKesson before; he's one of the people who WANT to start a race war.  Happily, word of just what a slimeball he is is getting around.

Which won't matter to the Only Black Lives Matter people.

More and more, I wish Arizona had gone ahead with that recall of John McCain, 9/11 or not; the damage he's done in the years since...
During a July 23 interview on the Lars Larson Show, Senator Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV) said that in June he “submitted an amendment” to the 2016 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) “to give military base commanders the authority to allow service members to carry personal firearms.”

That was weeks before the heinous attack on Chattanooga, but he says the amendment went nowhere because Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) “didn’t want the amendment as part of the bill and wouldn’t accept it.”

I ran across this the other day:
DEARBORN, MI - The Muslim-majority City Council of Dearborn has quietly passed a new ordinance to ban the sale of alcohol within the city limits, also making the very possession of the substance a crime with a mandatory one year jail sentence and $6,000 fine if convicted. 
Problem is, I cannot find any mention of such a  measure being passed anywhere else.  Anybody heard anything on this?

Well, 'Hysterical Womens Studies' does fit a lot of it


Country Boy said...

The alcohol ban is from a new story on a site known for satirical articles. Here's more info.

Firehand said...

Ah, thank you. Looked all over, never thought of Snopes for some reason