A man being quick to use his gun meant another family saved.
Gun control freaks act as if it were absolutely certain that, if they banned the private ownership of firearms, there would be no more armed criminals. It is a version of Obama’s lie. “If you like your safety, you will get to keep your safety.”
A complicit news media never ever points out that virtually all victimizations at the hands of criminals, whether armed or not, could have been stopped or at least helped if the victim Read more [...]
Kansas lawmakers are trying to ban using government welfare for tattoos, movies, cruise ships, and more.
I was upset with proposed Missouri restrictions on food stamps because they seemed designed to turn recipients away from healthy options like seafood. The list of proposed restrictions on the use of government welfare money seems much more reasonable.
According to the Christian Science Monitor, “No movies, concerts, or tattoos: Kansas bill would limit use of welfare funds.”
The bill Read more [...]
Posted in Welfare
Tagged with: ebt
Two homosexual celebrities are lobbying the DOJ to “do more” for transgender rights.
Elton John and Michael Stipe (the singer and songwriter for R.E.M. before it broke up) are lobbying the Department of Justice to “do more to end the culture of violence and discrimination surrounding gender identity and expression,” according to Newser.com.
They also wrote, “We urge the state of Georgia to embrace desperately needed changes to their correctional system.”
The problem here is that Read more [...]
Posted in Corruption
, Law Enforcement
Tagged with: Department of Justice
, elton john
, Justice Department
, michael stipe
Apathy in Congress is killing freedom too, as they do nothing to dismantle these bureaucracies. Our own apathy is also deadly.
If you like freedom—and want your children to experience any semblance of liberty—you must understand the principles outlined in this piece by Senator Mike Lee. Beyond that, we must apply that understanding in how we vote, and how we act in the civil sphere.
[See also, “Unable to Hurt Cruz, GOP Daggers Are Out for Mike Lee.”]
In America—as in no nation Read more [...]
Though they would do better with a sound monetary theory, it is great that SOMEONE is fighting the banks!
The Daily Bell has a great piece out, “Iceland vs Banksters.”
Iceland's government is considering a revolutionary monetary proposal – removing the power of commercial banks to create money and handing it to the central bank. The proposal, which would be a turnaround in the history of modern finance, was part of a report written by a lawmaker from the ruling centrist Progress Party, Read more [...]
Government lawyers misled a judge? What are the odds?
One of the great things reported by the Washington Times is that a judge took note that President Obama had threatened Federal workers if they followed the court order.
President Obama’s new deportation amnesty will remain halted, a federal judge in Texas ruled Tuesday night in an order that also delivered a judicial spanking to the president’s lawyers for misleading the court.
Judge Andrew S. Hanen, who first halted the amnesty in February, Read more [...]
One of the best things about demographic winter is that it might starve the government bureaucracies.
While the media and the government like to pretend we are overpopulated, the truth is that we are facing population pressures from too few births, not too many. The common term for what our future holds is “demographic winter.”
Demographic winter is already hurting college enrollment in the United States. It seems that the forces of demographic winter are especially hurting the Internal Read more [...]
“Today I announce with God’s help, with the help of liberty lovers everywhere, that I am putting myself forward as a candidate for President of the United States of America.” – Rand Paul
The two most conservative candidates, in my estimation, Ted Cruz and Rand Paul, have announced they are going to run for president. The announcement of Rand Paul's candidacy today has drawn remarkable coverage from the left and the right.
I speak as only one member of the KC community, but as it stands, Read more [...]
The fact that they can’t oppose meat for nutritional reasons should tell you something.
I warned about this earlier because it was plain what the committee planned to do. Now the Hill reports, “Vegan diet best for planet.”
A federal panel that helps set federal dietary guidelines is recommending Americans eat less meat because it’s better for the environment, sparking outrage from industry groups representing the nation’s purveyors of beef, pork and poultry.
The Dietary Guidelines Read more [...]
Amid the attack on Indiana she clearly explains why all businesses should support Memories Pizza.
As I reported two days ago, in “Indiana Pizzeria Gets Support from Everyone!,” a Lesbian who owns a kettle corn stand with her partner sent a donation and well-wishes to Memories Pizza. The pizzeria, as you probably know, is being widely savaged for saying, hypothetically, that they would not cater a homosexual “wedding.” Since every homosexual wedding desperately wants to serve pizza at the Read more [...]
Christians should never let secular superstition intimidate them in the name of “science.”
The Daily Bell reports on one of the latest Science scandals: “Real Tragedy of 'Science': Public Faith Declines as Fakery Grows.”
Major publisher retracts 43 scientific papers amid wider fake peer-review scandal ... A major publisher of scholarly medical and science articles has retracted 43 papers because of "fabricated" peer reviews amid signs of a broader fake peer review racket affecting many Read more [...]
At the foundation of every social order is a concept of law, government and individual rights. For most of the history of our country this foundation was the Bible — the Word of God — including both the Old and New Testaments.
All of the original 13 states expressed in their Constitutions that the Christian Faith was the foundation of law. And the laws of each of those states were designed to secure the protection of its exercise. Contrast this with communist Russia’s policy that Read more [...]