It’s Time To Stop ‘Thinking’ About Gun Control

Gun Control in the mainstream media

It’s time to stop thinking. About what might happen with or without new gun control measures. The 24 hours news digital sphincter spasm continues to slather us all with lots and lots of thoughtless thinking and careless conjecture. Think what might happen if… I think… Most Americans think… I think I’ll have another beer… What […]

Taxation (and everything else) without Representation

What's the difference between a pimp and a lobbyist

When we last tuned in, I was ranting about how our friends in Washington  are tightening his belt, “friends” who view our economic catastrophe as an academic exercise and who have no skin in the game, other than to get re-elected and stay on the ol’ government gravy train. Our system of elected representatives, three […]

Gun Microstamping Scheme Revealed

Gun Microstamping Messages Revealed!

Just days ago, Assembly Bill 1157, introduced by New York Assemblyman Michelle Schimel, was heard by the state assembly. The proposed law would require that all semi-automatic pistols delivered to licensed firearms dealers in the state of New York imprint alpha-numeric or similar codes on cartridge casings upon discharge of the weapon. While many are […]

Schumer Proposes ‘No-Snack’ List for Amtrak

New York Senator Chuck Schumer Proposes No-Snack List (img: Wikipedia / David Shankbone)

Elaborating on yesterday’s call for expansion of a ‘no-ride’ list for Amtrak rail service, New York Senator Chuck Schumer, announced new ‘no-snack’ legislation aimed at Amtrak passengers with limited self control. Citing newly found intelligence from the recent Bin Laden compound raid in Abbottabad, Pakistan, Schumer outlined details of an emerging threat to American citizens. […]

Capitol Police and Smithsonian Team On Deficit Reduction Efforts

US Armament 1877 Bulldog Gatling Gun

In a unique approach designed to reduce federal government expenditures, the Capitol Police and Smithsonian National Museum of American History have combined portions of their capital expenditure budgets. The moves are in response to increased pressure from the administration to find deficit reduction opportunities. “We’ve pretty much been given an edict to save at least […]

Pennsylvania Castle Doctrine Bill At Risk Due To Shortage Of Castles

Druim Moir Castle

York, PA – Close on the heels of a Pennsylvania House 161-35 vote, the state’s new Castle Doctrine Bill is already at risk of failure. Not due to Governor Ed Rendell’s threat of veto, but from a more insurmountable hurdle – a severe shortage of qualified castles in the state. According to unnamed authorities, the […]