Thursday, January 17, 2013

Manti Te'o duped the worthless media.

Chances are you've heard at least something about this story within the past 24 hours. Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o took the gullible, celeb happy media for a ride with a tall tale about a girlfriend who had cancer and died. The nation's reporters, people who used to get paid to ask questions, questioned nothing, and now everyone is scratching their heads when it turns out the ploy was nothing but a hoax and the dead girlfriend never even existed. 

For those with no knowledge of this story it goes something like this. Manti Te'o claims he met "the most beautiful girl in the world" after a game in 2009, they exchanged numbers, and had a long distance relationship for the past 2 years through phone and Twitter exchanges. Mysteriously, the girlfriend, whom Te'o has never even met once face to face, gets leukemia and dies. Te'o never once had met her, never visited her while she was sick, and never even attended the funeral. Not ONE person in the media even asked any questions about this. What they did do is completely slobber all over this "heartwrenching" sob story, hyping the narrative because it had a good touchy feely storyline. Why should we expect anything less? This media doesn't ask questions anymore. They engage in sensationalist journalism. I know bloggers that do more research than paid reporters. 

This story is less about Manti Te'o and his PR ploy for the Heisman, and more about our awful media, whose celeb slobber TMZ "reporting" has permeated the entire mainstream media. 

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Guns Guns Guns.

You stupid Americans and your silly "right to bear arms". It's time to become good obedient citizens of the world and cast aside that old, dusty document called the Constitution. If we could only be more like France or England then we would really be much better people!

Liberals hate guns. And they hate the 2nd Amendment. They just don't have the guts to come out and say it in public. Most liberals, if given the chance, would restrict firearms ownership 100% in the United States. Seriously, why should anyone own a gun? The Army will defend our country if we are invaded, the police will protect me if my house gets broken in to, and really, why do people need to hunt those poor innocent deer anymore? We get all our food from the grocery store!

Liberals hate this country because we are different. We have always been different. And they don't like that we are different. If only we could be like more "modern", "civilized" people in Europe. They always point to Europe. Predictably Sweden and Norway, where the largest mass shooting by a single person in history took place just a few short years ago, amid crippling gun control laws mind you.

"Why should anyone own a gun?" they all ask. As if it isn't explicitly explained in the 2nd Amendment. Again, liberals are unable to grasp the entire concept of the 2nd Amendment and why it was written. The Founders sought to build a nation and a society that was different from the oppressive monarchies of centuries before. They proposed a radical idea...that the people, private citizens, retain "the right to bear arms", not to hunt, not for home defense, but as an effective buffer to possible tyranny.

For some, the possibility of a government turning tyrannical is mind boggling, but history is chock full of examples, many of which can be found by just flipping one page backward to the 20th century. And in most instances, before the government went full Hitler on its citizens, it disarmed them first!

Ottoman Turkey implemented gun control and later exterminated at least a million defenseless Armenians. The Soviets implemented gun control following the red revolution and killed upwards of 20 million citizens over the next 40 years. Hitler and his Nazi Party implemented gun control in Germany and killed at least 8 million Jews and political prisoners. Communist China implemented gun control and murdered nearly 20 million innocent civilians. Pol Pot implemented gun control in Cambodia and murdered over a million people. Another million defenseless citizens were snuffed out in Rwanda, Uganda, and Guatemala in the 1900s after gun control was passed.

"But! But! Look at Britain and Australia! They have gun control and no one is dying there!"

No one is saying that if gun control is passed it automatically turns the government into a killing machine. But the possibility will always be there, and that is exactly what the Founding Fathers DID NOT want to happen in the United States of America. We can squabble about crime statistics another time.

I am glad we are different. And I'd rather live in a society where citizens are empowered and in control than one where the government is empowered and in control. That principle of WE THE PEOPLE is uniquely American.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Why Mass Shootings Happen: A Culture in Decline

There is no one single reason why we see an uptick in the frequency and severity of mass shootings these days, but if I had to lay the blame somewhere, it would be on our withering, dying culture.

A Culture Problem, Not a Gun Problem

"The most effectual way to judge a culture or society is by its art."

While the left is soiling themselves over a lack of gun control following the massacre at Sandy Hook, they conveniently overlook the 500+ gun murders last year in Chicago, which has some of the strictest gun control laws in the entire nation. It's not a matter of guns or gun control, but the culture at large.

While Hollywood feigns anguish over the shootings, they churn out violent, blood dripping carnage and market it straight to teenagers, as if to fulfill some sort of bloodlust. Lately, they mix the blood with sex, and market it to young girls through the new vampire-erotica genre in wildly popular entertainment such as Twilight. Movies, video games, and books directed at youth are rife with absolute carnage and sexual deviance.

The mass media is at fault. For a deeper perspective on this, I highly recommend this Frontline documentary from 2001 called "The Merchants of Cool". Mass media's influence on the younger generation is criminal and perverted. They teach boys how to be vulgar, disrespectful, and lazy and they teach girls the art of promiscuity.

American youth are bombarded by the mass media on a daily basis. Where morals were once commonplace, deviance has replaced those outdated, pesky limitations on happiness as the new norm. Our societal mores were dismantled by liberalism in the 1960s. And the numbers don't lie...

- Today, more than 40% of children in the United States are born out of wedlock
- Massive increases in prescription drug addiction; 1 in 4 American women on mental health drugs
- Highest rate of divorce in the world; 50% of American marriages end in divorce
- Suicide recently surpasses car crash fatalities; 15% increase in suicide over last decade
- 86% of American teens see classmates taking drugs or drinking during school day
- United States 17th in international education ranking
- 43% of American children live in a fatherless home
- 90% of children ages 8-16 have viewed pornography online

The family structure has been ravaged in this country by cultural Marxists. After the school shooting in Ohio last year, I wrote this post highlighting the common denominator of broken families among school shooters. Lo and behold, Adam Lanza was no exception.

Our culture at large is becoming more deviant, and the digital age we now live in has only served to soak and dumb down our society at a much faster rate. We live in a culture that glorifies carnage and violence, encourages sexual deviance, pushes more legal and illegal drug use, and ridicules anyone who doesn't conform. Obama and the liberals can ban guns all they want. They can enact the most crippling gun control measures imaginable. But it won't stop a thing.

Monday, January 14, 2013

What the Founding Fathers said about the 2nd Amendment vs. What the liberals say about the 2nd Amendment

"I ask, Sir, what is the militia? It is the whole people. To disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to enslave them."
George Mason

Liberal Version: "I ask, Sir, what is the militia? I'm not sure but that was a long time ago and one of those really old words beyond our understanding. To disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to keep them from hunting."

"A militia, when properly formed, are in fact the people themselves …"
Richard Henry Lee

Liberal Version: "A militia, when properly formed...oh what the hell! We don't need a militia anymore! That's what the Army is for!"

"And that the said Constitution be never construed to authorize Congress to infringe the just liberty of the Press, or the rights of Conscience; or to prevent the people of the United States, who are peaceable citizens, from keeping their own arms; …"
Samuel Adams

Liberal Version: "And that the said Constitution be never construed to authorize Congress to infringe the just liberty of the Press, unless they are conservative, or the rights of Conscience (whatever that is); or to prevent the people of the United States, who are peaceable citizens, from hunting tasty deer…"

"To preserve liberty, it is essential that the whole body of the people always possess arms and be taught alike, especially when young, how to use them."
Richard Henry Lee

Liberal Version: "To preserve safety, it is essential that the whole body of the people no longer possess guns and be taught alike, especially when young, how evil they are."

"Those who hammer their guns into plowshares will plow for those who do not."
Thomas Jefferson

Liberal Version: "I don't get it?"

"No free man will ever be debarred the use of arms."
Thomas Jefferson

Liberal Version: "No deer hunter will ever be debarred the use of arms. And really, you don't need more than 7 bullets!"

"The constitutions of most of our States assert that all power is inherent in the people; that … it is their right and duty to be at all times armed; … "
Thomas Jefferson

Liberal Version: "The constitutions of most of our States assert that all power is inherent in the government; that … it is their right and duty to be at all times armed, and tell the people when not to be armed; … "

I don't like citing Wikipedia, but this page has more historical quotes from various Founding Fathers on what the 2nd Amendment meant to them. Nowhere is hunting game mentioned. Fancy that!

In fact, look at the context and usage of "arms" and "armed" in the documented words of our Founding Fathers and you find it crystal clear. To be "armed" as the Founders said, had nothing to do with hunting. It didn't even have anything to do with personal home defense. It meant arming WE THE PEOPLE on a national scale against the possibility of tyranny.

Best quote for last from Mr. Thomas Paine:

"The supposed quietude of a good man allures the ruffian; while on the other hand arms, like laws, discourage and keep the invader and plunderer in awe, and preserve order in the world as property. The same balance would be preserved were all the world destitute of arms, for all would be alike; but since some will not, others dare not lay them aside … Horrid mischief would ensue were the law-abiding deprived of the use of them."

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Why should anyone own an assault rifle?

This gun debate is nauseating. And it's brought me out of my post-election blogging hiatus, because I can't take it anymore.

The gun debate has become so convoluted by the left it is hard to even keep your head on straight sifting through all the lib baby slobber. 

What did Thomas Jefferson say about the 2nd Amendment? He said, "No FREE MAN shall ever be debarred the use of arms." He didn't say "No hunter shall ever be debarred the use of arms." So before we can even begin to have a debate on assault rifles or the 2nd Amendment, first we need to realize what exactly the 2nd Amendment is for. NOWHERE in the Constitution or the writings of the Founding Fathers is hunting mentioned. The governor of New York, that liberal dunghole on the fast track to fascism, would do well to actually read the Bill of Rights. The 2nd Amendment was written to empower the people against the possibility of tyrannical government, such as that of the British Empire in the American colonies during the Revolution. And you can bet the Founders also knew that the possibility of tyranny would be there for years to come, even far off in the future. And the government of the United States isn't exempt. When politicians and lib loonies say things like, "No one needs 20 bullets to hunt a deer!" or "I still believe in the right to bear arms for sportsmen everywhere!" what they are really saying is, "I am a complete dumbass who doesn't understand why the 2nd Amendment was written and I hope one day we can ban all guns from America forever like our socialist brothers and sisters in Europe". That turned out well in the 20th century. It is also funny hearing liberals who have no knowledge of firearms use the word "bullets". 

No, the Founders could have never imagined the powerful weaponry we have today. Tell me how does this invalidate the 2nd Amendment? I'm sure the Founders couldn't have ever envisioned the internet, yet we still have free speech online. (or supposed to anyway) By liberal la la land logic, Freedom of Speech is only relative to the 18th century. That means you only have free speech by writing with a feather pen and ink on parchment, or maybe dressing up in a period attire (yes you have to wear leggings too) and shouting your opinions at a convention hall. No free speech allowed on Facebook or on a telephone. The Founders could have never imagined those things. Sounds stupid doesn't it? Well so does saying the 2nd Amendment only applied to muskets. 

So the next time a liberal asks you, "Why should anyone have an assault rifle?" go ahead and ask them, "Why should you have free speech when talking on a cell phone?" They probably will be too stupid to understand it, but at least you can have a good laugh. 

I'll try to post regularly like I used to. Feel free to stick around.

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Well this is it.

Election day is almost here. On Tuesday we go to cast our ballots for the next president. A culminating moment after a long road. A defining moment in our country's history. Will it be Barack Obama again? Or will America hand over the reigns to Mitt Romney? No one can be sure and today's polls are tighter than they have ever been.

If Obama wins, this blog will be deleted for good. If the United States puts Barack Obama back into power, I no longer have the desire to waste my time and energy blogging here. There are better things to do.

If Romney wins, I will consider staying on here a little longer.

This blog was created 3 years ago out of frustration of the inept Obama administration. I have fought hard here to highlight stories the media won't pick up on, analyze the polls, and do my part as an American to combat the progressive Obama machine. After this election, it may be time to move on.

Let's hope our country makes the right decision on Tuesday. 

Friday, November 2, 2012

Union thugs in Ohio arrested for stealing Romney yard signs

TOLEDO UNION LEADERS Busted Stealing Romney-Ryan Signs

This morning 4 men driving a pickup truck registered to the Sheet Metal Union, Local 33 were arrested and charged with receiving stolen property – in the form of a bed full of Romney/Ryan yard signs, some measuring as large as 4′x8′. Also in the truck were tools such as drills, which were possibly used to take the large signs down. The signs were allegedly removed from several private property and business locations across Lucas and Wood County.

Those charged with receiving stolen property included John Russell, 39, of Toledo, and Chris Monaghan 41, of Rossford, who are both listed on the Sheet Metal Workers Local 33 Web site as business agents for the union’s Toledo district.
The men were in a pickup truck registered to Local 33 in Parma, Ohio, police said.
Also cited were Corey J. Beaubien, 37, and Sean Bresler, 33, both of Toledo.
John Russell, Toledo, OH

Why is it always the Dems stealing the yard signs every election? 

Yikes: Obama campaign spending money on MINNESOTA

RCP: Obama Buys TV Ads in Minnesota

In a move that will spark speculation about Mitt Romney mounting a late challenge in states that had appeared out of reach, President Obama's campaign has purchased television advertisements in Minnesota, according to an Obama source.
The source described the ad buy in the Minneapolis market as “very small” and added that it is targeted primarily at voters in the neighboring swing state of Wisconsin. Minneapolis television reaches Wisconsinites who live in the northwestern part of the state, according to the source.

Gotta love it. Those Greek columns are crumbling. For the Obama campaign to be concerned enough about Minnesota, or Wisconsin, this late in the game shows how desperate they are. All this talk of Ohio deciding the election is false. There are multiple paths to victory for each candidate due to an expanded map this year and a few extra toss up states. 

What liberals aren't understanding about Benghazi.

This Benghazi story is drip, drip, dripping and soon the pipe will burst. Thanks to the efforts of Fox News and ABC's Jake Tapper the truth is coming out little by little and dismantling the entire story the administration has given us. But the swirl of election year politics has completely convoluted the story. This story is more about learning the truth than any political objective. There were serious security concerns at the consulate in Libya. There were calls for help denied. And 4 Americans, including an American ambassador were murdered as they fought alone. This is a big f**king deal as Joe Biden would say, but liberals continue to brush it aside, accusing conservatives of "politicizing" the story. But what the liberals aren't understanding is this isn't about toppling President Obama. This is about finding out who is responsible for the monumental intelligence failure that left Obama in the dark, if indeed that was the case. And if the Commander in Chief was left in the dark in some way, shouldn't we correct it so things like this don't happen again?

The only people politicizing this story are those on the left. The Obama administration politicized it by giving the American people a bogus story about a Youtube video for weeks after it happened, because they knew this story would obliterate their "Osama is dead" campaign slogan. The mainstream media has politicized it through weeks and weeks of AWOL inaction, when they know damn well they would be working around the clock to blow this thing wide open if it were a Republican in office. Their day will come.

Liberals need to put politics aside and get onboard now, because anyone who doesn't is going to look like a fool when the complete story finally does come out. And it will.

I'll make it easier for you. Imagine if was George W. Bush who was president during this debacle. Would you care then?

Charles Krauthammer: The Choice (must read for both sides)

WaPo- The Choice

“Ronald Reagan changed the trajectory of America in a way that Richard Nixon did not and in a way that Bill Clinton did not.” That was Barack Obama in 2008. And he was right. Reagan was an ideological inflection point, ending a 50-year liberal ascendancy and beginning a 30-year conservative ascendancy. 
It is common for one party to take control and enact its ideological agenda. Ascendancy, however, occurs only when the opposition inevitably regains power and then proceeds to accept the basic premises of the preceding revolution. 
Thus, Republicans railed for 20 years against the New Deal. Yet when they regained the White House in 1953, they kept the New Deal intact. 
And when Nixon followed LBJ’s Great Society — liberalism’s second wave — he didn’t repeal it. He actually expanded it. Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), gave teeth to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and institutionalized affirmative action — major adornments of contemporary liberalism. 
Until Reagan. Ten minutes into his presidency, Reagan declares that “government is not the solution to our problem, government is the problem.” Having thus rhetorically rejected the very premise of the New Deal/Great Society, he sets about attacking its foundations — with radical tax reduction, major deregulation, a frontal challenge to unionism (breaking the air traffic controllers for striking illegally) and an (only partially successful) attempt at restraining government growth. 
Reaganism’s ascendancy was confirmed when the other guys came to power and their leader, Bill Clinton, declared (in his 1996 State of the Union address) that “the era of big government is over” — and then abolishedwelfare, the centerpiece “relief” program of modern liberalism.
In Britain, the same phenomenon: Tony Blair did to Thatcherism what Clinton did to Reaganism. He made it the norm. 
Obama’s intention has always been to re-normalize, to reverse ideological course, to be the anti-Reagan — the author of a new liberal ascendancy. Nor did he hide his ambition. In his February 2009 address to Congresshe declared his intention to transform America. This was no abstraction. He would do it in three areas: health care, education and energy.
Think about that. Health care is one-sixth of the economy. Education is the future. And energy is the lifeblood of any advanced country — control pricing and production, and you’ve controlled the industrial economy. 
And it wasn’t just rhetoric. He enacted liberalism’s holy grail: the nationalization of health care. His $830 billion stimulus, by far the largest spending bill in U.S. history, massively injected government into the free market — lavishing immense amounts of tax dollars on favored companies and industries in a naked display of industrial policy. 
And what Obama failed to pass through Congress, he enacted unilaterally by executive action. He could not pass cap-and-trade, but his EPA is killing coal. (No new coal-fired power plant would ever be built.) In 2006, liberals failed legislatively to gut welfare’s work requirement. Obama’s new Health and Human Services rule does that by fiat. Continued in a second term, it would abolish welfare reform as we know it — just as in a second term, natural gas will follow coal, as Obama’s EPA regulates fracking into noncompetitiveness. 
Government grows in size and power as the individual shrinks into dependency. Until the tipping point where dependency becomes the new norm — as it is in Europe, where even minor retrenchment of the entitlement state has led to despair and, for the more energetic, rioting. 
An Obama second term means that the movement toward European-style social democracy continues, in part by legislation, in part by executive decree. The American experiment — the more individualistic, energetic, innovative, risk-taking model of democratic governance — continues to recede, yielding to the supervised life of the entitlement state. 
If Obama loses, however, his presidency becomes a historical parenthesis, a passing interlude of overreaching hyper-liberalism, rejected by a center-right country that is 80 percent nonliberal. 
Should they summon the skill and dexterity, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan could guide the country to the restoration of a more austere and modest government with more restrained entitlements and a more equitable and efficient tax code. Those achievements alone would mark a new trajectory — a return to what Reagan started three decades ago. 
Every four years we are told that the coming election is the most important of one’s life. This time it might actually be true. At stake is the relation between citizen and state, the very nature of the American social contract.

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Americans donate millions to overseas natural disasters. But we never get paid back.

The United States has just experienced a devastating natural disaster. Hurricane Sandy pounded the densely populated eastern seaboard, killing over 55 people and causing upwards of 50 billion dollars in damage.

Already donations are pouring in from fellow Americans, but are we receiving any donations from people overseas? Nothing notable, as usual.

Recent studies show Americans are the most charitable people in the world. According to a global survey, Americans ranked #1 worldwide in likelihood to donate to charity, volunteer, or help a stranger. And we are always there to donate massive amounts of money to overseas relief efforts.

According to CNN, American citizens donating to the Red Cross alone donated 275 million dollars to the Haiti earthquake, 127 million dollars to the Asian tsunami, and 87 million dollars to the Japanese just the first 7 days of those natural disasters.

During the destructive earthquake in Haiti in 2010, the United States led the way with 466.8 million in aid. By comparison, Russia donated 5.7 million dollars, Indonesia donated 1.7 million dollars, and China donated...$290,000 dollars.

The United States, through government funded relief and private donations has spearheaded every major natural disaster relief effort in the past 50 years.

Will foreign nations donate to the relief effort to Hurricane Sandy the way we do for them when they experience devastating natural disasters? Not likely. They will continue to enjoy their American made internet, Facebook, Youtube, Google, Ipods, and Ipads. All products of the American people they say they hate, and the American people that continue to help them when they are in need.

Obama team releases despicable ads.

First was Lena Dunham's sex parody. Then the little children sang North Korea like praises to Dear Leader. Then the old people stated they would "burn this motherf***er to the ground" and "c**k punch Mitt Romney in his nutsack." Very, very presidential.

Meanwhile, conservatives have released this ad featuring Thomas Peterffry, a Hungarian born immigrant who explains why he is voting Republican.