If you’ve ever believed the drivel about how radical Islamic terrorists “hate us for our freedoms,” then I feel very sorry for you. You want to see a group of people that truly does hate you for your freedoms? Try Moms Demand Action.
Take a look:
Everybody has an agenda. Gun grabbers want to take everybody’s guns, others want stricter regulations, and there are even those, like me, who are full-blown gun freaks who want to repeal many existing gun laws.
Each of these groups is guilty of using statistics to draw improbable conclusions in the hope that they can sway members of an opposing group to switch sides. Done properly, such manipulation of data and the subsequent conclusions can be very effective since most human minds are so easily deceived. If the majority of people weren’t so easily deceived, then we would never support sending our own
I’ve mentioned in at least two videos on my YouTube channel that “guns aren’t that hard to make,” or something along those lines.
Some of you know, many of you probably don’t, that I am half Filipino. So it was with some sense of pride that it was a fellow (half) brother of the Philippines who was highlighted in this VICE teaser about backyard armories:
The finished products actually look very nice. Naturally, I worry about the quality. But that isn’t really my point.
I’ve noticed there is a nearly universal hypocrisy in the world. One that says, “Yes, I’m pro freedom. Oh, wait, you’re going to practice your freedom in a way that is different than the way that I do? I don’t like it, therefore the rights that you wish to have, but which I care nothing about, should be restricted.”
It’s very easy to do away with certain rights that you never exercise nor
Oh boy, the gun grabbers are at it again with their “a 12 gauge shotgun is fine!” and “nobody needs an assault weapon!”
The gun grabbers use the terms “common sense gun laws” and “12-gauge shotgun” so often, I’m convinced they get paid every time either of those phrases gets mentioned. Check out Feinstein’s latest malarchy:
And thank goodness for that! U mad Obama?
You see? The people still have some influence in the world. Hundreds of YouTube channels reaching millions of viewers calling to action every liberty-loving American to write and call their representatives.
The result is Feinstein’s
A favorite line of gun grabbers is turning out to be a lie — just like many of us knew it to be.
This time, it’s happening in New York. Thanks to the New York Safe Act (which, if you ask me, does the opposite of what its name implies) anybody that has ever been prescribed psychotropic drugs, including antidepressants and anti-anxiety meds, is no longer allowed to legally own a gun in New York.
Considering how incredibly
It’s only been a couple of days since Colorado State legislator Diana DeGette made a fool of herself by speaking some gibberish about firearms magazines being single use ammunition — err, uh… I think that’s what she was trying to say.
Understandably, DeGette spokesperson Juliet Johnson wanted to clear things up and let us know not what DeGette said, but what she meant. I’ll be honest, I was excited to hear what DeGette meant because, frankly, I was convinced that she was sending some sort of
If you’ve ever wondered why so-called “sensible” firearms legislation being pushed by gun grabbers are anything but, you’re about to find out why.
Consider the words of Colorado State Representative Diana DeGette in her brain-dazzling explanation of how banning “high-capacity” magazines would be helpful: