This will be another of those “collection” posts
As I was going through my email at work, where I get some stuff not sent to my home address, I found a number of “pretty damn goods” last night. Let us see if they are of interest:
Things like this one about O’Bullshit wanting to be involved in the “transformation of America” back in 1990.
Since they won’t write about this May 3, 1990 interview with Harvard student Barack Obama, we will. Here are some quotes from the Socialist- in- Chief that speak for themselves:
Or this one about Holder stepping up the effort to be able to commit voter fraud.
It is hardly surprising that Democrats hold nationwide antipathy for voter ID laws. After all, as it is the left which benefits from criminal misadventure at the polls, anything which tends to interfere with turning the votes of the dead, the illegal, and the non-existent into a Democrat victory must be fought with every resource of the Obama Administration.
Or the Maryland Judge that says The Right To Keep And Bear Arms is justification unto itself.
Those who drafted and ratified the Second Amendment surely knew that the right they were enshrining carried a risk of misuse, and states have considerable latitude to channel the exercise of the right in ways that will minimize that risk. States may not, however, seek to reduce the danger by means of widespread curtailment of the right itself.
I got this really good thing from Townhall, but can’t link the article. What I can do is give you a really interesting piece.
There’s been much said lately about election integrity and voter identification laws. Both sides of the American political spectrum have raised concerns over polls and potential abuses in the American voting process. In fact, due to the serious voter registration irregularities identified by groups like True the Vote in Texas, along with the numerous voter fraud convictions across the nation involving workers from politically motivated groups like the failed organization ACORN, many states are pursuing photo identification as a means of addressing such assaults on election integrity. Texas, South Carolina and Florida have all taken steps to mandate photo identification as a requirement for voting. …
Or, same article, what about this interesting little…irregularity?
The group found the seven congressional districts had four that were predominantly Republican and three that were predominantly Democratic. The four predominantly Republican districts had a range from 1,973 to 3,300 addresses with six or more people registered to them. The three predominantly Democratic districts had much higher numbers. Though this could possibly be attributed to variations in socioeconomic factors between the predominantly Republican and predominantly Democratic districts, what the group found next was alarming. The predominantly Democratic districts themselves had large variations between them in the number of addresses with six or more registered voters. The first had 7,560, the second 8,981, and the third—the district of Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, the prominent, outspoken Democratic congresswoman—had 19,596 instances with six or more voters registered at one address.
To go completely off the political vein, other than to bitch about NASA being turned into another Islamic feelgood tool, this is a rather wondrous evidence of atmosphere on Mars. SOME day we may have colonies there, but it is going to take at least a decade to recover from this welfare queen foodstamp pResident’s destruction of our space program.
Colorado’s Supreme Court ruled on Monday that students and others who have permits to carry concealed handguns must be allowed to bring them onto University of Colorado campuses. But the court avoided striking down the university’s blanket gun ban altogether.
Okay, I’m supposing that puts the rifle team right out, but it does lessen the “target richness” of the environment. The criminal or ‘toon will now have to reconsider this place, as it will no longer be a simple scenario of “Damn, I can’t take my gun and shoot that place up. There’s a sign that says I can’t.” that makes him/her/it forget the original intent.