Month: June 2015

Bin Ladin’s Bookshelf

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Bin Ladin’s Bookshelf
Source: Office of the Director of National Intelligence

On May 20, 2015, the ODNI released a sizeable tranche of documents recovered during the raid on the compound used to hide Usama bin Ladin. The release, which followed a rigorous interagency review, aligns with the President’s call for increased transparency–consistent with national security prerogatives–and the 2014 Intelligence Authorization Act, which required the ODNI to conduct a review of the documents for release.

The release contains two sections. The first is a list of non-classified, English-language material found in and around the compound. The second is a selection of now-declassified documents.

The Intelligence Community will be reviewing hundreds more documents in the near future for possible declassification and release. An interagency taskforce under the auspices of the White House and with the agreement of the DNI is reviewing all documents which supported disseminated intelligence cables, as well as other…

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PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: Let’s Apply ‘Gun Control’ To Cell Phones

THE ROAD TO CONCORD

The ‘Supreme Court’ has refused to hear another 2nd Amendment case.  In reality, what they are doing is destroying the 2nd Amendment.  They think they can keep their hands clean by allowing lower courts to destroy it and then just refusing to hear any appeals based on those lower rulings.  In their perverted minds, this allows them to say they didn’t destroy the 2nd Amendment, but they have.  Not to act is to act.  But they have done something much worse; something their depraved narcissism prevents them from seeing.  They have destroyed the Supreme Court in the process.  The Supreme Court has one and only one purpose: to defend the Constitution,  Once the Justices refuse to do so, they have nullified their entire purpose for being.  But I want to make my case very clear, so let’s illustrate my argument by applying the Court’s tactic to cell phones and see…

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God Bless Texas and Fuck New Jersey!

The Daley Gator

In regards to gun laws that is. Here are two stories of two women, both put in positions where their lives were in danger Both stories via Bearing Arms. First up Texas, my state, where the right to self-defense IS honored

Don’t mess with Texas women:

A woman was “cool as a cucumber” Friday evening when she opened fire at a man who tried to rob her at a gas station in northeast Harris County, sheriff’s deputies said.

The woman, in her mid-30s, pulled into an Exxon station about 6 p.m. along FM 2100 and Saddle Creek Farms Drive.

She was in the driver’s seat when a man suddenly got into the passenger side. He pulled out a knife and demanded her cash, Harris County sheriff’s deputies said.

The woman agreed and reached over to her purse. But instead of money, she pulled out a pistol.

“She shoots him…

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7 Anti-gun Myths That Need To Be Debunked Immediately…..

Freedom Is Just Another Word...

7 Anti-gun Myths That Need To Be Debunked Immediately | 2nd Amendment Fight.

1. “Assault Weapons”

2. “High Capacity Magazines”

3. Gun Show “Loophole”

4. Mass Shootings Are Not Increasing:

5. Anti-Gun Organizations Lump in Suicide & Injuries With Crime Data:

6. Too Many Are Being Killed:

7. False Zero-Sum Dichotomy – “Either/Or”:

BONUS: We Need More Laws:

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Explaining Socialism – in Less Than Five Minutes

The Praetorian Writers' Group

In explaining socialism, by extension you explain the entire body of economic thinking coming from the worldwide left.

What, you might ask, brought about this idea that one needs to explain socialism? Well, I drive my son Alex to work each weekday — ’bout a 20-minute trip. I use those 20 minutes also to have a brief moment of easy togetherness with him. Sometimes it turns into a Q & A session, or an opportunity to teach.

Alex is a typical 14-year old, filled with curiosity about the world around him, and fearless in asking me about it. So, with about 5 minutes to go in our trip to his school, he asked me, “So, How’s Greece?” It was germane to the general gist of the conversation at that time.

At that point I had about five minutes to explain “Greece” to Alex. Well, I gave him some background. Ancient country with lots of…

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