We need to make them as well as their ideologies toxic…

March 14, 2018

It is almost like a “Here we go again” situation. We are constantly assaulted with the notion that we absolutely have to surrender our unalienable rights is search of some magical pixie dust, or unicorn farts called safety. All human beings are entitled to the right to defend themselves, and theirs. in that context I include defending one’s family, neighbors, City or town, state, as well as nation from any threats to life, or liberty from enemies both within or foreign. Anything, including any ideology that seeks to diminish my, or our ability to do so is anathema, pure poison. All the feel good posturing in the world does not change that. Nor does any arrogant better than thou Tory type or style of social justice virtue signaling negate that which must be done when, and if needed.

What follows is one of the finest  pieces that I have ever read on this very subject. Enjoy! Or vomit as the case may be.


How times have changed.

February 15, 2018

An Op/Ed from Fred Witzell

Let me preface this by saying; I am 64 years old…

Regarding the shooting in Florida on Feb 14th I have to say, I am shocked and saddened, not just because of the deaths and injuries but also because of the reactions, the incredibly STUPID reactions and comments I have seen all over the ‘net..

When I was in high school in Louisiana back in the late 60’s and early 70’s we, and this nation to the best of my memory, had no *mass shootings* in schools… And I remember that during hunting season most of us guys had a shotgun and/or rifle hanging in the gun rack in the back window of our pickup trucks because as soon as the bell rang we were headed to the woods, not to shoot at each other or the property of others, but to hunt wild game for the freezer and dinner table…

It was what we did…

I know most, if not all of the folks I went to school with have similar memories, many of them are here on Facebook and on the USGOA page as well, and again, I never knew of anyone committing heinous acts of murder… I hope my high school buddies make comments on this post too..

Times have indeed changed since my teenage years, and speaking just for me and mine, my kids didn’t grow up to be murderers, they did grow up to be decent citizens that are raising their children the right way though…

Gun control, gun confiscation and ammo restrictions are a joke, an unworkable fallacy concocted in the minds of Liberals that want to control YOU, not your guns… Again, guns are being used as a TOOL, by the Left…

Liberals that have taken the medium of film and television, and now video games and social media, and bastardized them all, making it appear to be totally acceptable to do what you want, when you want and however you want, and I blame many parents for not having the guts to take charge of their families and raising their children correctly…

I blame those that push for the legalization of drugs for being greatly responsible for actions such as those seen recently…

I blame those that call for the confiscation and destruction of all guns, but most of all, I blame the shooter. His parents may have been failures, his Antifa cohorts may have influenced him greatly, but ultimately, he, the shooter, was solely responsible for HIS actions…

This was NOT a *gun issue*, the gun didn’t commit the crime, some angry, brain-dead Antifa moron used a gun as a tool of violence and death, ONE GUY, and the Liberal Left blames every gun owner in America for this act…

We have serious social issues in America my friends, but the blame MUST be placed where it belongs, THE GUN DIDN’T DO IT, Pres. Trump didn’t do it, the NRA and millions of legal, law abiding gun owners didn’t do it…

The Left, if they had the ability to actually think, needs to consider that…

Fred Witzell
Formerly the writer of The TexasFred Blog

The Schumer Shutdown

January 21, 2018

There is indeed a method to their madness. If DACA goes through? That will flip several states blue!

So, you say you want a revolution..?

January 8, 2018

This is a very long read, and well worth your time…


Democrats’ desperate ploy to unseat President Trump over “mental health” false diagnosis will push America to bloody civil war
source and story


BOOM! Distorted reality presented by the usual suspects, again!

January 2, 2018

Well, after all these months of collusion and conspiracy theories the cat is out of the bag. Now, this is indeed a long read, but well worth the time and effort. So, get a cup of coffee and some toast…

Exposed for what they are worth

Identity politics

December 27, 2017

Seems that almost every day we are bombarded by political correctness in one form or another. I most often address that as “The political Correctness of the day.” Why? because it changes with time. It is a form of direct democracy that ignores things like The Bill of Rights, and individual freedoms and liberties. Read on, and learn from one of the most insightful people on earth today.

“The 2016 election marked an earthquake in the diversity industry. It is increasingly difficult to judge who we are merely by our appearances, which means that identity politics may lose its influence. These fissures probably explain some of the ferocity of the protests we’ve seen in recent weeks. A dying lobby is fighting to hold on to its power.”


More gun control debate

October 14, 2017

“No amount of statistics or facts will sway either side in the gun control debate, because they are all looking for simple solutions to complex problems. The facts of those complex problems are uncomfortable and nobody really wants to come to grips with them.

“For example, we don’t really have a single America with a moderately high rate of gun deaths. Instead, we have two Americas, one of which has very high rates of gun ownership but very low murder rates, very comparable to the rest of the First World democracies such as those in western & northern Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, South Korea. The other America has much lower rates of gun ownership but much, much higher murder rates, akin to violent third world countries.

“The tough questions are those like, why do we have these two Americas? But that’s an uncomfortable discussion to have. So instead those on the left favor simple minded restrictions that target first world America, with its high gun ownership but very low murder rate, but don’t address the root causes of third world America’s violence at all. Meanwhile those on the right correctly feel their civil rights are constantly threatened, so they are constantly in a state of “better stock up before they finally ban it” and the guns and ammo fly off the shelves. The left’s constant gun control rhetoric is the greatest thing ever for arms manufacturers.

“Meanwhile, over the past 40 years, while the number of guns in private hands has doubled, the murder rate has dropped by half. The left are constantly prattling about “assault weapons” which are almost never used to commit murders (about 1% of gun murders; all rifles combined are around 3%). More murders are committed with baseball bats than “assault rifles”; the vast majority of gun homicides are committed with handguns, but it’s easier to sell restrictions that target “assault weapons”, even though such restrictions, even if 100% effective, would make no detectable change in the murder rate (especially because of substitution effects). They favor ridiculous measures such as bans on “high capacity magazines”, as if magazines weren’t cheap and easily swapped out in a fraction of a second.

“The uncomfortable fact is that roughly 80% of the US homicide rate is associated with the drug trade, and the drug trade is violent because the drug war reserves it for violent criminals. We have a system in place where the government subsidizes poverty in urban areas, imposes economic blight in those same areas through heavy taxes and regulations, renders the residents permanently unemployable via the “criminal justice” (sic) system, and creates a lucrative black market in drugs by restricting supply (not to mention increasing demand as people are desperate to escape their circumstances by getting high), meaning the only game in town is often entering the drug trade. The drug trade is violent because those in it have no access to courts to settle disputes. Powerful industries lobby to keep the drug war going; the top spenders are law enforcement unions, the prison industry, big alcohol, tobacco, and pharma.

“Guns are not the proximate cause of gun violence in the US. Childlike magical thinking and simple “fixes” to complex problems will not work. But it is comfortable, and self-righteousness feels so good. So I expect it to continue indefinitely.”


Not one iota more…

October 14, 2017

Gun Control isn’t, and never has been about anything but people control!

More of the same from the usual suspects: A Rebuttal

October 12, 2017

SOURCE and full article


The reaction after every mass shooting follows a predictable script written by progressives to serve their political agenda. No claim about the efficacy of gun control, no matter how many times repudiated by facts, can stop the Dems and their media spaniels from ritually invoking it to demonize conservatives.

Why should we be surprised? By now it should be clear that the “party of science” is interested not in truth and evidence, but in ideology and partisan advantage. Yet those with common sense and an awareness of the facts still have to restate the obvious, even though it will make no difference to partisans either ignorant of or indifferent to any reality that doesn’t serve their interests. For what is at stake is not just one right, but the foundations of our political freedom in self-evident, God-given rights.

We all know the worn-out ideas that the progressives predictably trot out after every massacre. And we know they are fallacious. More guns do not lead to more gun murder. Between 1993 and 2013, private gun ownership increased 56%, and gun homicides declined 49%. No, the point is not that more guns account for the declines, a straw-man correlation the media burns down to discredit this fact. The point is, the left’s call for more gun control after every mass shooting implies that fewer guns or more regulations would decrease murder rates. Not only is that idea false, the opposite is true: higher murder rates invariably follow more gun control.

“Common sense regulations” is another nostrum of the left. We’ve had several laboratories for testing this hypothesis––Chicago, D.C., Baltimore, and most blue-state big cities have strict controls on guns, at the same time they have some of the highest rates of gun deaths. That’s because regulations on firearms are effective only for law-abiding citizens who don’t need such restraints. But for criminals they are “parchment barriers” easily ignored. If such government regulations were effective, we wouldn’t still be waging a decades-long war on drugs, which hasn’t stopped any teenager in America from getting any drug he wants. It’s unclear how the most draconian restrictions on gun ownership would be any more effective than the numerous laws that have failed to keep drugs from pouring into our country and being widely distributed.

Most important, the left is indifferent to the fact that the Constitution explicitly states that citizens have the right to “keep and bear arms.” Like all the enumerated rights, this one is not a gift of government, but an “inalienable” right, like the right of self-defense, we possess by virtue of being a human being. The bar for restricting these rights is very high, as it is for the right to free speech.

But the left has always despised the notion of natural rights and consider them a relic of our more ignorant and superstitious past, not to mention a check on their desire to concentrate and expand the government’s power. Contrary to the belief that rights are gifts of “nature and nature’s God,” the progressives argue that a benevolent government should create rights compatible with the its alleged purpose to achieve “equality” and “social justice.” Hence Franklin Roosevelt’s “new bill of rights,” which was promulgated in his 1944 State of the Union address, and included a “useful and remunerative job” and “adequate medical care”––good things to have, but not rights properly understood. But if government can invent such “rights,” the government can also modify or eliminate those it now deems have become dangerous anachronisms or impediments to social improvement.

After the Las Vegas massacre, the Daily Kos gave a typical example of this sentiment:

America needs to declare total war on guns, and that means reinterpreting or repealing the Second Amendment. The latter would be best. There is no sane reason why you or I should be granted the sacred and inviolable right to bear pistols, shotguns, automatic rifles, submachine guns, machine guns, flamethrowers, grenade launchers, anti-tank guns, and other “hunting and self-defense tools.” 

Fun Facts About the AR-15

September 30, 2017

Way too good not to share!


I don’t even know where this list came from but it contains some important, yet little known, information that people need to be aware of about the AR-15.


  • The inventor of the AR-15 was Satan, though his patent has since expired.
  • Scientists have confirmed the deadly effects of an AR-15 by giving it to a chimpanzee who then murdered them.
  • Scientists agree that each year the AR-15 will grow more deadly until it kills everyone in the entire world.
  • Some believe that both Hitler and Stalin were, in fact, AR-15s in rubber masks.
  • In the Garden of Eden, God gave Adam and Eve access to every firearm out there except for the AR-15 which he told them not to touch because it was too evil. But then the NRA, in the guise of a serpent, told Eve that the AR-15 is really fun to shoot. So then Eve took the…

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