Kavanaugh threatened and boy crisis
Current Events, Just musing

Kavanaugh threatened, KJP is really bad, the boy crisis and mocking conservative women

In today's episode, I open with a man arrested outside of Justice Kavanaugh's home with burglary tools and a gun. The threat on the life of the Supreme Court Justice can be tied back to when Senate Majority Chuck Schumer incited violence against him and Judge Gorsuch in 2020. While 83% of the country believes… Continue reading Kavanaugh threatened, KJP is really bad, the boy crisis and mocking conservative women

Guns inflation misery faux empathy
Current Events, Just musing

Guns, inflation, misery, faux empathy and a two-tiered system

In today's episode, we need to cover several items from the last 24 hours since we last chatted. First, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre says President Joe Biden does not want to see efforts to harden schools as possible targets. For some reason, the White House and just about every other building in D.C.… Continue reading Guns, inflation, misery, faux empathy and a two-tiered system

Inanimate objects
Current Events, Just musing

Inanimate objects Second order solutions and Vitamin D

In today's episode, I can't believe I have to open with an explanation of inanimate objects. To illustrate, I took my handgun out recently, put it on the table and yelled at it. I called it names, I mocked it, belittled it, made it feel inferior and unloved. No matter what I tried, I could… Continue reading Inanimate objects Second order solutions and Vitamin D

Constitution, Current Events, Just musing

Well Regulated – Reloaded

I grow tired of writing about guns in America. And I only seem to have to do it after a tragedy where someone is harmed through an action where a gun was used. Considering how often this actually happens, I’m surprised I get to write about anything else at all. In America, every day, more… Continue reading Well Regulated – Reloaded

Constitution, Current Events

The Left already has plenty of examples of their version of gun control

The typical knee-jerk reaction is already in full force. Less than six hours after the last shell casing hit the ground on the campus of Umpqua Community College, our President was at his pulpit, once again demanding the further erosion of our Bill of Rights. Beyond talking about himself at least 28 times in his… Continue reading The Left already has plenty of examples of their version of gun control

Current Events, Just musing

Closing the Dealership / Showroom Loophole

A recent forty-three car pile up on Interstate 75 in Detroit got me thinking. A sudden snowfall whipped up over the freeway on January 31st causing cars and trucks to slam into one another. More than a dozen people were hurt and three people were killed; two of which, where children. One was seven and… Continue reading Closing the Dealership / Showroom Loophole

Current Events, Just musing

The State of the Union

So I took a sabbatical from politics to concentrate on putting the final edit on my novel. I also joined a writer's group to spar short stories back and forth and see how creative we could get. And look what happened while I was away? Barack Obama is back in the White House. What the… Continue reading The State of the Union

Constitution, Current Events, Just musing

A Man Bites Dog Story Should Not Set Policy

“There is no reason why anyone, other than military or police, need to possess an Assault Rifle.” Or, “There is no reason why anyone, other than military or police, need to possess clips that hold dozens of rounds of ammunition.” Or, “You don't need an Assault Rifle to go hunting.” These three sentences, in many… Continue reading A Man Bites Dog Story Should Not Set Policy