A common gun owner reaction to both Oliver and Bee: If they don’t like it here, why don‘t they go back to where they came from?
Whether Runcie is guilty or innocent will be revealed. That’s why due process and rigorous adherence to Constitutional protections by those in power are so important.
A review of the superb documentary “The Trayvon Hoax” by Joel Gilbert. The two hour documentary is now available for free on Youtube. It is gripping and very well done.
Contrary to the lies told by those who use that incident to discredit “stand your ground” laws, George Zimmerman’s legal defense did not use that argument.
Why do liberal parents feel the need to use their dead children for political gain?
No one wants to take your guns? If everything Hillary wants is enacted, what difference does it make?
An appeals court in Florida rules that fists can be a deadly threat. This is well established law.
When a black man with a concealed carry permit shoots “white Hispanics” in justifiable self defense, race is not mentioned.
A seminar entitled, “Lethal Force Seminar: Laws All Gun-Owners Must Know,” seeks to both capitalize on the nation’s interest in high profile self-defense cases and teach interested citizens about the firearm laws they need to know…
I don’t want to write about how weary I am of the media orgy that continues to feed off the way a minor incident in Sanford, Florida, metastasized into a trial and a national display of the new racism…
Instead of blaming racism for profiling a black kid…how about placing the blame at the feet of black youth, like Trayvon, whose behavior causes suspicion of truly innocent black teenage youth…
House Democrats said Tuesday they will offer an amendment to push to overturn stand-your-ground self-defense laws in states like Florida….
Why would Eric Holder’s Justice Department vigorously pursue a case not supported by evidence, and totally ignore one that is?
If asking the government to investigate a terrorist threat/civil rights violation is useless, should we just give up? What if that attitude had prevailed with those reporting on Fast and Furious?
Shootings should be judged by the evidence, the law, and whether or not a crime was committed. It’s not in the interests of good people to inject racial animosity into the investigation.