Have nothing to do with the [evil] things that people do, things that belong to the darkness. Instead, bring them out to the light... [For] when all things are brought out into the light, then their true nature is clearly revealed...

-Ephesians 5:11-13

Tag Archives: attack

Armed marshals bill for schools in Texas is approved

I’m not moving to Portland, Maine, after all. I said last week I was moving there to take advantage of a free market doctor who has opted out of all insurance, public or private, and has gone “vet” – meaning cash only.

Instead, I’m moving to Texas, where common sense reigns supreme. Well, not totally. The teachers’ unions there are still stuck in the backwater of hoplophobia, but for normal people, training teachers to become marshals makes sense. Kinda makes me think of that bumper sticker from years ago: “Common sense, isn’t”.

By a vote of 28-3, the Texas state senate passed the “armed marshals” bill which is now headed to Governor Rick Perry’s desk for signing. It has been pushed by Lt. Gov. David Dewhirst (no doubt with Perry’s blessing) as a way to allow teachers to

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Dogs attack child. What would you do?

In a microcosm this true story brings together the conflicting forces at work in our society today.

Let’s assume that you are at home, minding your own business, when all of a sudden you hear the shrieking of someone being attacked by dogs on the sidewalk in front of your home. What would you do? Would you ignore the screaming and turn up the volume on the TV? Or close the door? Would you jump into the middle of the fray?

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Judge in Florida Shooting Rules Some Evidence Off Limits

In refusing to delay the June 10th trial of George Zimmerman charged with the second-degree murder of black teen-ager Trayvon Martin a year ago February, Circuit Judge Debra Nelson also put limits on what evidence the defense may present in their efforts to keep Zimmerman out of jail. Nelson ruled that Zimmerman’s lawyers can’t say anything about Martin’s

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Is Obama’s Support Finally Fading?

This article was originally published at the McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on May 22nd, 2013:

 

Last week’s poll by the Washington Post and ABC News showing the president’s rating remaining constant despite increasing public unhappiness with White House cover-ups over Benghazi and the IRS targeting scandals noted that his rating was tenuous at best:

The president’s approval rating, at 51 percent positive and 44 percent negative, has remained steady in the face of fresh disclosures about the IRS, the Benghazi attack and the Justice Department’s secret collection of telephone records of Associated Press journalists as part of a leak investigation…

But the stability of those ratings comes with an obvious caveat. Information continues to emerge

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Are these scandals enough to force Obama out of office?

This article was first published at McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on May 17th, 2013:

 

Is the confluence of the “conservative charity targeting” scandal, the spying on the press corps, and Benghazi sufficient to bring down the president? Since this week marks the 40th anniversary of the beginning of the Watergate hearings that eventually forced President Nixon to resign, it’s appropriate to review the evidence and consider the possibility that President Obama may join Nixon as only the second president in history to resign from office.

The IRS targeting scandal is likely the most dangerous, probably because

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IRS Investigations Used in the Past to Intimidate and Punish White House Enemies

The recent admissions of guilt by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that it deliberately targeted conservative non-profits for intimidation have forced to the surface a long list of other IRS abuses that have faded from public memory with the passage of time.

The IRS has been a tool of intimidation and neutralization for decades under administrations as far back as

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From the Boston Times

BOSTON – National Guard units seeking to  confiscate a cache of recently banned assault weapons were ambushed on April 19th by elements of a para-military extremist faction. Military and law enforcement sources estimate that 72 were killed and more than 200 injured before government forces were compelled to withdraw.

Speaking  after the clash Massachusetts Governor Thomas Gage declared that

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More gun myths exploded

There are many gun myths out there, and as soon as one pops up it gets mowed down by researchers armed with facts. But right behind it another one pops up. Kyle Wintersteen is one of the mowers.

Before the Senate bill to expand background checks flamed out, Obama kept saying that 90 percent of the American people were behind such legislation and that only

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Arkansas Senator Pryor’s Troubles Continue to Mount

In a veiled threat directed at Arkansas’ senior Senator Mark Pryor, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, in his role as co-founder of the anti-gun group Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG), said last Thursday that any lawmakers who are “going with the NRA” are “going against the lives of our children.” When asked directly if that meant that his group was going to target Arkansas’ Democratic Senator Mark Pryor specifically, Bloomberg demurred:

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Maine Senator is not “one of us.”

Christopher Ruddy, the CEO of Newsmax, thinks that Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins is “one of us.” He takes particular umbrage at an ad from a pro-gun group (the National Association for Gun Rights) that attacked Collins for

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The Boston Bombers have a very nasty background

I’ve seen precious little about this in the MSM and no wonder. These boys come from Chechnya which has a history of unspeakable violence for years. If I can find out about this, why can’t they?

Last Friday David French exposed the connection and I tracked down his sources just to confirm. Wrote French:

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Some thoughts on the Boston attacks

Thankfully no one is calling it the “second Boston Massacre.” There is no connection whatever between what happened there in 1770 and what happened yesterday.

But I have some thoughts, and some reassuring comments from the Heritage Foundation as well. At first

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