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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Justices Extend Gun Owner Rights Nationwide

A well regulated Militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed.

From Brietbart.com  (See additional reference at bottom)
Associated Press Writer

The Supreme Court held Monday that Americans have the right to own a gun for self-defense anywhere they live, expanding the conservative court's embrace of gun rights since John Roberts became Chief Justice.

By a 5-4 vote, the justices cast doubt on handgun bans in the Chicago area, but signaled that some limitations on the Constitution's "right to keep and bear arms" could survive legal challenges.

Justice Samuel Alito said for the court that the Second Amendment right "applies equally to the federal government and the states."

The court was split along familiar ideological lines, with five conservative-moderate justices in favor of gun rights and four liberals opposed. Roberts voted with the majority.

Two years ago, the court declared that the Second Amendment protects an individual's right to possess guns, at least for purposes of self-defense in the home.

That ruling applied only to federal laws. It struck down a ban on handguns and a trigger lock requirement for other guns in the District of Columbia, a federal city with unique legal standing. At the same time, the court was careful not to cast doubt on other regulations of firearms here.

Gun rights proponents almost immediately filed a federal lawsuit challenging gun control laws in Chicago and its suburb of Oak Park, Ill., where handguns have been banned for nearly 30 years. The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence says those laws appear to be the last two remaining outright bans.

Lower federal courts upheld the two laws, noting that judges on those benches were bound by Supreme Court precedent and that it would be up to the high court justices to ultimately rule on the true reach of the Second Amendment.

The Supreme Court already has said that most of the guarantees in the Bill of Rights serve as a check on state and local, as well as federal, laws.

Monday's decision did not explicitly strike down the Chicago area laws. Instead, it ordered a federal appeals court to reconsider its ruling. But it left little doubt that the statutes eventually would fall.

Chicago Mayor Richard Daley said he was disappointed with the ruling, adding that officials already are at work rewriting the ordinance to meet the court's gun rights guarantee and protect Chicago residents from gun violence.
It should have been 9-0!

More at Human Events... - By A.W.R. Hawkins
I like this guy!
... Then came June 28, 2010, and the verdict in McDonald vs. Chicago hit like a hammer as Justice Samuel Alito expressed the majority opinion:
“We have previously held that most of the provisions of the Bill of Rights apply with full force to both the Federal Government and the States. Applying the standard that is well established in our case law, we hold that the Second Amendment right is fully applicable to the States.”

The good news is that any provision of the Bill of Rights which is fully applicable to the States is, by the very language of the 10th Amendment, fully applicable to the people. Thus when the Washington Post carried the news about the Supreme Court’s verdict their story read: “The Supreme Court held Monday that Americans have the right to own a gun for self-defense anywhere they live.”

Did you hear that Mayor Daley? – “Anywhere they live.”

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

The Lunatic Is On The Grass...

The lunatic is on the grass.
The lunatic is on the grass.
Remembering games and daisy chains and laughs.
Got to keep the loonies on the path.
The lunatic is in the hall.
The lunatics are in my hall.
The paper holds their folded faces to the floor
And every day the paper boy brings more.
And if the dam breaks open many years too soon
And if there is no room upon the hill
And if your head explodes with dark forebodings too
I'll see you on the dark side of the moon.
(From "Brain Damage" by Pink Floyd)
Many thanks to Robin of Berkeley for jogging my memory about this old song from Pink Floyd.  I must admit that I was a dyed in the wool "Floyd' fan for many years...
Ms. Robin has good taste in music... Her article isn't half bad either...
See for yourself...
Deliver Us from Evil
By Robin of Berkeley
From American Thinker

It's funny how trivial events somehow get seared into your brain. This one is from years ago, when I was enjoying a yogurt on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley.

Suddenly, a large exotic bug appeared and started dancing around. Its iridescent colors caught the sun and glistened like a rainbow. A crowd formed to watch its antics in shared delight.

Out of nowhere, a lunatic pushed through the crowd. I'd seen this guy before -- paranoid, menacing. His rage toward the bug slit me like a knife. The insect was getting attention, people were happy, and he was out for revenge.

The man bolted through the crowd, possessed. He jumped on the bug, over and over and again. People gasped. A child cried. And then, as quickly as it began, it was all over.

Silently, numbly, the crowd dispersed. The man, now triumphant, smiled hideously. I threw away the yogurt, which was now rendered tasteless.

I'll never forget the look of blind hatred on that man's face.

It communicated this: "I want what you have."
And: "If I can't have it, I'll destroy it."

This random experience flashed in my mind recently when I was in a Berkeley bookstore. With my newfound interest in religion, I wanted to peruse that section.

After hunting down a clerk to unearth the tiny religion area, I perused the shelves. In actuality, the area should have been called the Anti-Christianity Section.

While there were respectful tomes on the other religions, the Christianity section was a virtual pillorying of Jesus.

Every book denounced him, mocked him, or reinvented him as something entirely new. There were books debunking the Gospel, with each author sounding gleeful, like a wicked child.

Now, I understand that some people reject religion. But why the venom? The contempt, the need to torpedo Christ?

This campaign against Christianity isn't confined to an obscure Berkeley bookstore. And it didn't begin with Obama. There's been an active crusade for decades to try to destroy Jesus with Alinksy-like tactics: freeze the subject, humiliate, marginalize.

But while demonizing Christianity is nothing new, it's reached a fever pitch since Obama came on the scene. It's no wonder: Obama sent out clear messages from the start.

Obama's first interview as president was for an Arab broadcaster. Then he covered up a cross at Notre Dame and was a no-show on the National Day of Prayer.

Lately, it seems like open season on Christians. The Pope has been subjected to unprecedented condemnation, with atheists Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens plotting ways to have him arrested.

Comedy Central plans a cartoon show mocking Jesus. On the TV show Curb Your Enthusiasm, Larry David does something so offensive that I will only offer you a link. (links deleted)

In the past I would simply put on my therapist cap with people like these. I'd probe their childhood for evidence of maltreatment. I'd label them as narcissists and antisocial personalities.

But now I have a different worldview, one that goes much deeper than just the psychological. Now I understand that this world is infused with the Divine. And that there is a competing force, one that is the polar opposite.

I now have a word for that creepy feeling deep down in my gut. And I finally understand the source.

Now I see what's really behind the campaign to banish religion; it's to render us utterly helpless. Because after all, without God, what protection is there in this brutal world?

Sadly, grievously, I look out on my country. I see the corruption and undoing. I witness the ever-growing tsunami of hate that threatens everyone in its path.

And I see citizens oblivious to the dangers because they're mired in the slime of moral relativism. They have no language, no hiding place, no possible way to shield their children in the deep and darkest nights.

And I see that lunatic, the one with the crazy, hollow eyes. But he's not just on Telegraph Avenue.

He's far and wide: in the hallowed halls of Congress, in the institutes of higher learning, in basement rooms where small men troll.

If you listen closely, you can hear that same diabolical cry:
 "I want what you have.
And if I can't have it, I'll destroy it."

Not bad Ms. Robin... not bad at all...

Remembering Gen. Patton

Friday, June 18, 2010

Gen. Paul E. Vallely Demands Resignation of Obama, His Cabinet, and Congressmen

Maj. Gen. Paul E. Vallely: We need to demand resignations of Obama, his cabinet, and members of Congress.

From MontanaFreedomWorks

Part 3... 
(Scroll down for Parts 1 & 2)

Part 1

Part 2

Article on SCRIBED.com
By Sharon Rondeau
(Jun. 16, 2010) — Paul E. Vallely, Major General, US Army (Ret.), was born in DuBois, PA. He retired in 1992 from the US Army as Deputy Commanding General, US Army, Pacific in Honolulu, Hawaii.

General Vallely graduated from the US Military Academy at West Point and was commissioned in the Army in 1961, serving a distinguishing career of 32 years. He served in many overseas theaters to include Europe and the Pacific Rim Countries as well as two combat tours in Vietnam.

He has served on US security assistance missions on civilian-military relations to Europe, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Indonesia and Central America with in-country experience in Indonesia, Colombia, El Salvador, Panama, Honduras and Guatemala.

General Vallely is a graduate of the Infantry School, Ranger and Airborne Schools, Jumpmaster School, the Command and General Staff School, The Industrial College of the Armed Forces and the Army War College.

His combat service in Vietnam included positions as infantry company commander, intelligence officer, operations officer, military advisor and aide-de-camp.  

He has over fifteen (15) years’ experience in Special Operations, Psychological and Civil-Military Operations...

MRS. RONDEAU: I heard the broadcast on Chalice’s show8 last Monday wherein General Cash and you called for having Obama and his regime removed from office. How do you think the American people could get that done?

GEN. VALLELY: When you go back to the Constitution, it says that it’s the people’s right to remove a government, hopefully through a peaceful process.

If you look at what’s out there, as far as the people and the government are concerned, there are only about four ways to effect a peaceful transfer of power. One way, of course, is through the elections. 

The second is to demand resignation, where the people actually demand that a sitting president resign as they did when the pressure was put on Richard Nixon, for example. 

Now with that pressure and declining popularity dipping into 40% support, then 30, then 20%…basically, it’s a no-confidence vote of the people that this executive is not doing the job for America.

So then you have the demand-resignation pressure that could occur on the part of the people of the country, and other leadership, corporate as well as political, that could create a tremendous demand that this administration resign.

And I’m not talking only about Obama resigning for incompetence, corruptness, fraud, lying, and treasonous occurrences in his administration which are violations of his oath and violation of the Constitution, but also his entire political apparatus in Washington and those who contributed to the corruption. 

So there is plenty of material there that should create enough public support that they demand his resignation.

MRS. RONDEAU: Do you think that we’ve reached that point in America?

GEN. VALLELY: We’re reaching that point, absolutely; we’re almost to the point of no return here.

There has been so much destruction to the country already that we cannot wait around until the election of 2012, in my opinion.

The other important point that I mentioned was impeachment, which is another peaceful transfer of power. In my opinion, this situation involves the creation of that demand-resignation option which will then force an impeachment.

Of course, officials can die in office from a heart attack or health problems;  that’s another way power can be transferred. But when you look at where we are now, which I consider to be a gray area, we’re actually holding to the process that leads to anarchy or revolution.

We are already, in some ways, involved in some kind of a revolution or revolt by the people now when you look at our financial situation, the health care plan, and Obama’s inability to be an executive who can deal with crises.

He’s basically a community organizer who has no experience in the executive world.

My opinion is that he is very naive, very immature.

So for all of these reasons, for the first time in our history, we need to demand a resignation not only of him but of his entire cabinet and political appointments. At the same time, there has to be a resignation of those members of Congress who have been involved in the corruption and fraud of the administration and violating the Constitution.

This has never occurred before in America, so we’re calling now for this to happen in order to save the country from total demise.  As more agony and pain occur within our society, and the more we go downhill as a power in the world economically and militarily, the more pain and angst there will be to bring the country back. 

So we’re trying to forgo all that tremendous pain by having this country go completely in the dumpster by asking that we put in a new executive branch of people who can run this country the way it should be run today.

MRS. RONDEAU: How could this process begin, and how could it be brought to a conclusion?

GEN. VALLELY: First of all, the people have to act; they have to get off their derrières and take action. That means in their local communities; they have to take action in their daily lives to indicate that we’re not going to take this any more; enough is enough.

So there has to be a groundswell of public support out there that says, “This government is not in confidence with the people, it’s not in sync with the majority of the people, and we are a majority-rule country. 

So you know the socialists and the progressives who are on the side of Obama are not going to participate, and they will fight. But through this process, we have seen groundswell support from the tea parties gathering around the country, which is encouraging.

However, we don’t see strong members of Congress standing up enough. I see a few Republicans here and there, but even the Democrats and the Independents aren’t fighting enough for us; they’re not getting mad enough. We are now over $13 trillion in debt, and we see this Congress continuing to spend money that we don’t have.

We just sent $400,000,000 to the Palestinians in Gaza who are avowed terrorists under the leadership of Hamas.
Are we crazy?


I think the General is very close to the mark!
I believe it's fairly obvious that the charlatan is taking orders from someone. 
His decisions are so scattered yet so particularly scripted.

He's a puppet on a string...

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Teens Beat Elderly Man, and His Friend in Cleveland

Friends, it's time to think about fighting back!

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

The Smallest President

The Smallest President
From American Thinker
By Geoffrey P. Hunt

Would someone remind us again why the nation elected this man to be president?

A man with no resume, a man with no experience in running anything other than a political campaign, a man who is ignorant of history, economics, and technology? A man who is shallow and lazy?

A man who shares neither character nor temperament with the American people in this vast republic?
How did this happen?

Voters were smitten by the ideological handmaidens of identity politics and the promise of big government. The identity politics substituted a cosmetic profile for character and experience. The promise was that big government has the benevolent power and enlightened expertise to remake America from the top down into a more capable, more caring, kinder, gentler, and more respected place.

What we've received instead was on display at the president's long-awaited press conference in the last week of May.

Only a partisan or a fool could deny the irredeemable failure of these ideological handmaidens, the genius of Obama's shrinking presidency.

No amount of posturing, buffing up, or Q&A briefing book drills could hide the reality that this man is on a raft at sea accompanied by an equally bewildered boatload of companions who have no idea how they arrived in such deep water, hundreds of miles from land, and with no clue that they are in trouble, let alone what to do about it.

What we've received instead from the ideology of identity politics and big government has been the spread of competency and accountability so thin that the federal government is utterly incapable of defending our shores and borders from invasion -- one by sea in the form of a massive crude oil slick, the other by land in the waves of illegal immigrants flooding Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and California.

In utter exasperation, the citizens of Arizona finally took matters into their own hands, only to be vilified by Obama and his cohorts, who have neither the will nor the capacity to do anything about it.

Identity politics is where grievance-mongering and class resentment intersect with entitlement agitation and representational profiling. Those who use the currency of identity politics appeal to the ideals of justice and fair distribution of resources and outcomes.

But in reality they prey on those who are underprivileged and dependent, making claims of dispossession against those who have enjoyed success and independence derived from their own sweat, equity, and competence.

Leaders who devote all of their energy and emotional capital to identity politics instead of creating a competent, skills-based organization soon discover that when critical decisions need to be made, and highly skilled resources need to be mobilized, nobody is around who knows how to do it.

Such leaders, eventually tuned out and abandoned by even their former acolytes, become irrelevant, easily overwhelmed by events and rivals, taking their organizations -- even a nation -- down with them.

ObamaCare was the progeny of a shrinking president preoccupied with identity politics accompanied by big government ideology and not much else, floated on the emotional chaise of justice and fair distribution.

Yet its proponents thoroughly disregarded the vast, complex, and highly skilled bureaucracy needed to attain those ideals in a brand new, centralized, top-down social engineering monstrosity.
It will require a bureaucracy ten times the size of the Pentagon.

And now we are watching in slow-motion agony the failure of identity politics and big government unwilling and unable to cope with the BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster, gradually revealed like a developing image from a Polaroid instant print. Identity politics assured that no one with any skills or experience would occupy the top jobs in Obama's administration needed to navigate a crisis of this magnitude.

And where oh where is the president, anyhow? Playing another round of golf and hosting the Duke University women's basketball team.

Obama's presidency is finished because identity trumped competency. And without competency, his big government is dysfunctional and destructive.

So what's the alternative? Simple.

The ideology of limited government.
Why? Because limited government is the antithesis of identity politics. The ideology of limited government wouldn't need to rely on overextended organization competencies to manage vast and complex bureaucracies because those bureaucracies would be unnecessary and wouldn't exist. Without identity politics, people who actually know what they're doing could occupy key jobs.

Limited government has to assemble and target just those competencies needed to carry out the limited duties envisioned in the U.S. Constitution, such as providing for the common defense, facilitating interstate commerce and a monetary system, and defending the rights reserved to the people.

Everything else can be better-managed by private enterprise, where distributed self interest can gather competencies in units small enough to accomplish something useful.

Identity politics combined with incompetence have exposed the absurdity in the ambitions of big government and made Obama the weakest, most anemic and flaccid president in the modern era.

The Latinate word would be diminutive.
In simple Saxon tongue, the word is small.
This is Obama's presidency.