Archive for April 6th, 2008

John McCain: Conservative or Gun-Grabber?

April 6, 2008

For quite some time I have been telling people that not only is John McCain a gun grabber, but one of the worst of the bunch. Here is a compilation of McCain actions that are clear threats to freedom, and libertyAlerts Mentioning John McCain

John McCain’s Liberal Record

John McCain Is A Liberal Gun Grabber
John McCain Funded By Soros Since 2001
John McCain’s Top 10 Class-Warfare Arguments Against Tax Cuts
The Geraldo Rivera Republican
Democrats Say McCain Nearly Abandoned GOP
America’s Foolish European Wannabes
Refutation Of “A Day At The Beach” Charge
Andy Card — I Have Seen McCain’s Anger
McCain’s Character — A Disaster Waiting To Happen
Sen. McCain: I Don’t Have A Temper
John McCain: Liberal In Disguise
Friendly Fire: McCain Has Some Explaining To Do
McCain’s Constitution
Softening The Skeptics
McCain’s War On Political Speech
Lobbying Reforms Unconstitutional
McCain: Major League Hypocrite
McCain’s Gun Control Ad

John McCain’s Voting Record On Gun-Related Issues

109th Congress: Lock Up Your Safety
108th Congress: McCain Puts Gun Shows In Peril
107th Congress: Incumbent Protection Muzzles Gun Owners
106th Congress: Anti-gun Amendments AboundMore Direct Links Here

April 2006




Limiting Speech Of 527 Organizations




March 2006




Shutting Down Websites Prior To Elections




March 2006




Will Congress Ditch John McCain’s Internet Regulations?




February 2006




McCain Still Trying To Gag Gun Owner Criticism Of His Anti-gun Record




February 2006




McCain Moves To Punish Grassroots Groups For Congress’ Controversy




May 2002




McCain Looks To Cripple Gun Shows




Mar 2002




Incumbent Protection Could Come Up At Any Time




May 2001




Senators McCain & Lieberman Introduce Anti-gun Monstrosity




May 2001




Senate Could Soon Ban Private Sales




April 2001




Senate Passes Incumbent Protection




March 2001




Senate OK’s Free Speech Restrictions




March 2001




McCain-Feingold Up In The Senate This Week




March 2001




Incumbent Protection Threatens GOA’s Existence




February 2001




McCain Wants More Gun Control




February 2000




Presidential Campaign Advisory





Why do we, as Americans always end up with having to choose the lessor of evils?

edited to repair broken links.


Film Legend Charlton Heston Dead at 84

April 6, 2008

“Charlton Heston is my President.” That is what the old bumper sticker says. Faded, and worn though it is, I will leave it on my truck. It was a great slap in the face of then POTUS Bill Clinton, and remains a statement that is valid, sadly, even today.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Charlton Heston, who won the 1959 best actor Oscar as the chariot-racing “Ben-Hur” and portrayed Moses, Michelangelo, El Cid and other heroic figures in movie epics of the ’50s and ’60s, has died. He was 84.

The actor died Saturday night at his home in Beverly Hills with his wife Lydia at his side, family spokesman Bill Powers said.

Powers declined to comment on the cause of death or provide further details.

“Charlton Heston was seen by the world as larger than life. He was known for his chiseled jaw, broad shoulders and resonating voice, and, of course, for the roles he played,” Heston’s family said in a statement. “No one could ask for a fuller life than his. No man could have given more to his family, to his profession, and to his country.”

Heston revealed in 2002 that he had symptoms consistent with Alzheimer’s disease, saying, “I must reconcile courage and surrender in equal measure.”

With his large, muscular build, well-boned face and sonorous voice, Heston proved the ideal star during the period when Hollywood was filling movie screens with panoramas depicting the religious and historical past. “I have a face that belongs in another century,” he often remarked.

Publicist Michael Levine, who represented Heston for about 20 years, said the actor’s passing represented the end of an iconic era for cinema.

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