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January 29th, 2015

Sarah Palin and Ted Nugent on TV Tonight

RED STATE ALERT! Set your DVRs tonight as former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin travels to the Republic of Texas and meets with the Motor City Madman, Ted Nugent! Sarah and ′The Nuge′ will chat up politics, guns and Rock-n-Roll on this evenings episode of ′Amazing America with Sarah Palin′ on the Sportsman Channel. If you love the smell of high-octane, American gasoline in the morning, then this should please you. No namby-pamby silly talk about how the Taliban are not terrorists or Barack Obama referring to himself 133 times in 3 minutes during a boring speech. Sarah Palin and Ted Nugent go together like blueberry pie and a hot dog.

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November 21st, 2014

Ferguson Gun Sales Surge Prior To Grand Jury Decision

In Ferguson, Missouri, gun sales surge as the community braces for possible violence following the grand jury decision on the Michael Brown shooting. If they determine that no charges should be made against white police officer Darren Wilson, who claims that Brown allegedly attacked him and tried to take his service pistol, then many fear a period of riots and unrest. Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has already proclaimed a ′State of Emergency′, activating the National Guard in preparation to potential rioting. Gun stores in the area have seen a major increase in sales and in enrollment in guns safety and handling courses. Overall gun sales are up some 30-50% and at some stores, the increase is closer to 1000%. Thursday night, three protesters were arrested by police as the community sits on the brink of anarchy.

fergsuon gun sales surge

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October 4th, 2014

MSNBC Blames NRA for Ebola

File this under ′Believe It Or Not′! MSNBC hostess Krystal Ball is actually blaming the National Rifle Association, the NRA, for the lack of response on the Ebola Crisis. How did she make this connection in logic? Ms. Ball claims that the reason for the slow response of America on the Ebola Crisis in West Africa is due to the NRA campaigning against Barack Obama appointing Dr. Viveck Murthy as the Surgeon General. One of Dr. Murthy′s positions is that gun ownership should be considered a disease. Democrat senators running in tight elections told Harry Reid they cannot vote to approve Dr. Murthy, so his nomination was tabled. Obama has yet to announce a replacement.

msnbc blames nra for ebola

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July 24th, 2014

NRA Commentator says ‘Everyone gets a Gun’, Kids too!

Commentator Billy Johnson, seen regularly on the NRA News on the Sportsman Channel, says that everyone gets a gun and gun training, children, too! He believes that the world would be a better place if the Second Amendment of our Constitution were taught properly to school children at a young age, along with gun safety and how to shoot. That the younger the better as far as when to start such education. Billy also believes that instead of ′gun-free zones′, which many communities and businesses currently promote, that we should instead have ′gun-required zones′, places where protecting our lives and property should take priority.

evereyone gets a gun

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April 27th, 2014

What? Guns Everywhere and No One Gets Shot???

The NRA convention has come and gone from my hometown, Indianapolis. The media gave it the predictable mixed bag coverage and now the grand debate on gun rights moves to another place and time. Meanwhile, the question that will go unasked, much less answered as the last Bible clinging, gun clutching right wing radical leaves the convention center isn’t what happened here, but what didn’t. Read the rest of this entry »

September 21st, 2013

Gun Owners Put Starbucks in a Corner

As a staunch supporter of the NRA and the second amendment it pains me to say this, but gun owners shot themselves in the foot last week.

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September 17th, 2013

Political Gun Debate Resurfaces After Washington Naval Yard Shooting

The blood of twelve killed victims at the Washington Naval Yard shooting was still warm as the political gun control debate began again. Aaron Alexis, pictured below, is now confirmed as the sole suspect in the shooting at the Naval Yard on Monday. Discharged by the Navy in 2011, Alexis was known to have many mental health issues, including anger and paranoia, along with some reports that he heard voices. He was also known to be obsessed with violent video games and has committed at least two other shooting incidents before Monday. In 2004, Alexis reportedly shot the tires of a neighbor when he lived in Washington State and again in 2010 when he discharged a handgun in his apartment in Fort Worth, Texas, sending the bullet up into the apartment above him. The U.S. Navy did treat him for his mental disorders and despite of this and his past, Alexis still managed to obtain a security clearance, giving him access to the Naval Yards as a subcontractor.

naval yard shooting

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August 30th, 2013

How the Right Manages to Lose on Social Issues

Today I will tackle a major quandary for those of us on the right. How our side perpetually loses the battle on social issues, across the board. It doesn’t seem to matter how much we try, or how passionate we are, the left always seems to prevail in the end, on the fundamentals of the issue. Why is this? Are we too wrongheaded in our thinking? Are we that out of touch with mainstream America? Have the Progressive liberals brainwashed so much of society that we can never get them back? Or is America just not as socially conservative as we like to think? These questions and more will be answered!

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