Friday, March 04, 2011

This is what charity and gratitude look like in the gun culture

(Via Chaos Manor)

Go read. Amazing, instructive and humbling. Thanks, you guys.

Thursday, March 03, 2011

Time to pull the plug?

(Via the Drudge Report)

It seems that the vaunted plug-in auto(semi-)mobiles are not doing so well in the marketplace--even with government incentives to help hold the prices down.

Once again, this is my shocked face.

We're racists...again

(Via the Drudge Report)

If it doesn't work the first thousand times you try it, try it again, but harder. That seems to be the way leftists/liberals/statists/progressives/whatevers think about everything. Reality need not apply.

Not getting the message, part n

House Republicans attempt to revive Real ID

The next thing we know, the Stupid Party is going to bring up gay marriage again.

It's a sad statement

That there was ever any real question about this. Only in Moscow on the Catawba, I suppose.

An employee at a Subway restaurant in northeast Charlotte who shot and killed a robbery suspect in January will not face charges.

Don't even get me started on the use of the word "suspect" in that sentence.

Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Illinois (anti-gun) Nazis?

It seems their Attorney General may be one.

In a showdown over the privacy rights of gun owners, the Illinois State Police are refusing to release a list identifying all firearm permit holders in the state after Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan determined that the information "must" be made public.

This is my shocked face--an anti-gun politician in Illinois. It's a pity for the decent folk that Chicago and the Minions O' Daley keep out voting them.

Monday, February 28, 2011

A life well lived

91 years old and died on a tractor working his farm. Somehow, I don't think a man could ask for more than that.

Kahr CM-9

No, I haven't bought one, although I am interested. It's just that GunsAmerica has reviewed it.

Shouldn't this be made of lead?

Or perhaps recycled toxic waste?

Henry M. Paulson, Jr. Secretary of the Treasury Bronze Medal

The end of an era

Frank Buckles, the last surviving veteran of World War I, has died. Godspeed, sir.