How My State Rep Thinks..

27 01 2013

Government spends money so that the economy can be stimulated and money can
be made. You have to spend money at the macro level to make it work. This
is different at the household level. The private sector creates money by
pulling it out of thin air.~David Bly…

Pretty much explains his big government, socialist leanings.

Time to Contact Your US Senators Immediately!

25 03 2015

Originally posted on Freedom Is Just Another Word...:

Legislative Shoot-out Expected in the U.S. Senate


Within the next 72 hours, gun owners should expect votes in the U.S. Senate on:

* Outlawing ATF bullet bans

* Concealed Carry Reciprocity

* Prohibiting Senate anti-gun amendments.

We expect more gun-related showdowns in the next 72 hours than in the next 9 months combined.  At least 5 gun-related amendments are expected on the Budget Resolution — a once-a-year vehicle that gives senators an opportunity to get hundreds of votes on any issue they choose.

And at least five senators have chosen to get votes on guns.

We have already told you about the Crapo amendment to shut down Operation Choke Point — which has been used by Eric Holder to try to financially strangle the gun industry.

But there are other amendments as well:

* An amendment by Senator Jim Inhofe (R-OK) and David Vitter (R-LA) to prohibit ATF from…

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Wednesday Images …

25 03 2015

The Story of the Fence Illustrates How Government Works

17 03 2015

The ATF drops proposal to ban AR-15 ammunition

10 03 2015

Originally posted on America's Watchtower:

  The Obama regime had planned on using the ATF to ban the most popular round of ammunition in the United States, however it is now being reported that due to the huge response of the American people the ATF has dropped the idea–at least for now.

  Here is more:

“Although ATF endeavored to create a proposal that reflected a good faith interpretation of the law and balanced the interests of law enforcement, industry, and sportsmen, the vast majority of the comments received to date are critical of the framework, and include issues that deserve further study,” an ATF press release states (emphasis mine). “Accordingly, ATF will not at this time seek to issue a final framework. After the close of the comment period, ATF will process the comments received, further evaluate the issues raised therein, and provide additional open and transparent process (for example, through additional proposals and…

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Obama Bumper Stickers

10 03 2015

The worst MN gun control bill we’ve seen in years!

4 03 2015

Originally posted on Freedom Is Just Another Word...:


The worst MN gun control bill we’ve seen in years!

Dear Kevin,

Since 1989, GOCRA has been your gun rights watchdog at the Capitol. We get the job done with your support. Can you kick in five or ten bucks a month to help?

When the Bloomberg money keeps flowing, the gun controllers keep finding new ways to take away guns — and rights. This year’s attempt is the most despicable, underhanded attempt we’ve ever seen.

This week, Rep. Dan Schoen and Sen. Ron Latz introduced…well, we call it the Sign Away Your Rights & Rat Out Your Family Act. The Bloomberg bill, HF1361/SF1289, starts with the assumption that every gun owner is a ticking time bomb. The bill would encourage doctors to trick you into giving up your gun rights, and encourage your most anti-gun family member to petition a court to take away…

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Which of your friends will turn you in for owning firearms? Help us kill the worst anti-gun bill we’ve seen in the past two years by taking action today.

4 03 2015

Originally posted on Freedom Is Just Another Word...:

Minnesota Gun Owners Political Action Committee
Earlier this week, I commented to one of our staffers that we really hadn’t seen any anti-gun bills so far this legislative session.

That changed earlier this week when Senator Ron Latz and Representative Dan Schoen introduced the most onerous unconstitutional anti-gun bill we’ve seen in the last two years.

SF1289 (Senate version) and HF1361 (House version), cleverly described as a way for law enforcement and family members to petition the court to prohibit people who are dangerous from possessing a firearm, is nothing but an attempt to make it as easy as possible for gun grabbers to get their hands on your firearms.
In the Senate, it’s even called the “Red Flag” bill.

Needless to say, this bill raises many red flags in our minds.

Here are just a few of the onerous provisions that are buried within this bill:

  • This bill allows family members, anti-gun activists, and…

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