You’re Asking The Wrong Questions

You remember that smug teacher who would draw you into an argument, play devil's advocate, then verbally jab and punch until you finally screamed uncle?  Then that teacher would turn the debate on its head with a single sentence, "You're asking the wrong questions?" As annoying as that uber-intellectual response is, sometimes it's spot on. Radio and TV talking heads, religious leaders, … [Read More...]

US Middle East Policy

US Middle East Policy

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Constitution

It’s Nullification Or Nothing

Forget the Tea Party. It's nullification or nothing. Here's why: There is no Tea Party In reality, there's no opposition political party of any sort Moreover, there's no real representation either; and Indeed, there's no longer even a functioning Constitution. Wake up.  The fix has long been in.  We've been had.  So let's get real. First, the Tea Party's merely a reactionary … [Read More...]

Survival Prep Gaming

Video Games That Teach Emergency Preparedness

Everyday we see new disasters strike around the world. From earthquakes, typhoons, to devastating fires, the list could go on and on. What makes the heartache even worse is that most of the time those hit with the disasters are ill-equipped to handle them. They have no food, water, or survival skills. The looming question that big government agencies as well as international relief agencies ask is … [Read More...]

2nd Amendment & Concealed Carry

Concealed Carry

7 Real Life Stories of Concealed Carry Preventing Crime

Concealed carry laws prevent crime, it's as simple as that.  Stories are all over the news, but of course the national media gives these local stories scant attention. The NRA … [Read More...]

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Virginia Tech Massacre: Victim’s Family Speaks Out Against More Gun Control

Six years ago today, the second-deadliest act of mass murder to happen at a U.S. school tragically unfolded itself on Virginia Tech's Blacksburg campus. On April 16th, 2007 in the early … [Read More...]

When to Carry Concealed

Only Carry a Gun When You’re About To Be Murdered

Do you only buckle your seat belt if you think you're going to be in an accident? Of course not! You (should) buckle up every time you hop in your car. You never know when you're going … [Read More...]

Best Handgun for Woman

A Woman’s Perspective: How to Find the Perfect Gun

Assuming you're choosing a gun for concealed carry, not home defense, your options are narrowed somewhat. However, if you're like me there still seem to be an overwhelming number of … [Read More...]

Concealed Carry

How Do You Get A Concealed Carry Permit?

If you're wondering how you can get a concealed carry permit, there are a few things to know. It's different in every state, but we'll lay out the basics for you, and the specifics for … [Read More...]

The Obama Chronicles

You’re Asking The Wrong Questions

You remember that smug teacher who would draw you into an argument, play devil's advocate, then verbally jab and punch until you finally screamed uncle?  Then that teacher would turn the debate on its head with a single sentence, "You're asking the wrong questions?" As annoying as that … [Read More...]

Billy Flynn

President Obama is the Real Life Billy Flynn

I recently sat down to watch one of my favorite movies, Chicago, for the 127th time (or thereabouts) and I was suddenly struck by a bizarre revelation: President Barrack Obama, who learned the art of politics in Chicago, is the real life Billy Flynn. For those of you who need reminding – Chicago … [Read More...]

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Healthcare Costs – Hear What Obama Administration Now Admits!

So Obama spent three years telling us, "Under my plan the average family will see their healthcare costs reduced by $2500." That's an AVERAGE he was talking about - that means a bunch of people will save even more! But then there is this: So tell me - any idea why this wasn't the tune Obama … [Read More...]

Proof Obama Lied

Top 10 Biggest Lies of The Year – Guess How Many Obama Told?

The biggest lie of the year belongs to our faithfully fibbing president. Obama told the biggest lie of the year not once, but 36 times. And make no mistake, this was not an oversight or a case where he just didn't know. Obama knowingly looked you right in the face and lied, and then he lied … [Read More...]

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How Did a Fake Sign Language Interpreter End Up On Stage With Obama?

If this doesn't finally convince you that Obama is not some genius, I'm not sure what will. Maybe it's just everyone around him? Or...maybe he makes people dumb by being around him? Oh well, that's kind of beside the point. Here's the story from USAToday: The sign language interpreter used at … [Read More...]

Obama Speech About Gettysburg

You, Sir, Are No Abe Lincoln

On November 19, 1863 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, President Lincoln gave his famous Gettysburg Address, arguably the most famous speech in history. On November 19, 2013, the first black President of the United States blew off the 150th anniversary of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. This from a … [Read More...]

What’s Going On Now

US Middle East Policy

US Middle East Policy

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You’re Asking The Wrong Questions

You remember that smug teacher who would draw you into an argument, play devil's advocate, then verbally jab and punch until you finally screamed uncle?  Then that teacher would turn the debate on its head with a single sentence, "You're asking the wrong questions?" As annoying as that uber-intellectual response is, sometimes it's spot on. Radio and TV talking heads, religious leaders, non-state media, and world leaders are asking why … [Read More...]

The New War in Iraq: Can Obama Get Out of His Own Way?

The reignited war in Iraq is the latest result of a long string of incompetent decisions made by President Barack Obama. His premature decision to withdraw from Iraq left a power vacuum that the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) is happy to fill. ISIS is taking over Iraq with a speed and efficiency reminiscent of the Nazi blitzkrieg across Europe in World War II. Al Jazeera is reporting that ISIS has taken an oil refinery along with … [Read More...]

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Body Armor Refresher Course

With Western origins dating back to the mid-16th Century, body armor in any variation has been around for quite some time. Around this time in the East, the Japanese had themselves pioneered the use of soft armor, crafted out of silk. The first use of soft body armor in the United States came about in the late 19th century, though the issue here was while the garments were effective against low-velocity bullets, they were all but useless for … [Read More...]

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Ridiculous Taxes Aren’t New – Crazy Taxes Around the World

Have you ever taken a moment to consider all the taxes you pay throughout your life? Many of these are hidden as fees or 'buying costs' that many don't recognize as taxes, but nonetheless they are sneaking hard-earned money out of your pocket. Federal income tax - The federal government gets a slice of your paycheck right off the top. Social security tax - Another 7.5% of your paycheck; your employer pays another 7.5%, unless you're … [Read More...]

Donald Sterling

Celebrating Donald Sterling and Clive Bundy

I live in Fairfax County, Virginia, a prosperous suburb in the metropolitan Washington DC area. It is now springtime, which means that every Saturday my wife and I go down to Sandy Spring Park on the Occoquan River to watch our son row for Oakton High School. At every regatta, the grandstand is filled with families cheering their children and schools. We also cheer and encourage the stragglers to cross the finish line (as rowing is physically … [Read More...]

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Outrageous? Cops Wrote 12,700 Speeding Tickets for 1,260 Feet of Road

A small town in Florida is being scrutinized for corruption after its police officers issued 12,698 speeding tickets between 2011 and 2012 on a stretch of road just over a third of a kilometer in length. Hampton, Florida boasts only 477 residents, but its law enforcement generated $151,000 in speeding fines in 2012 alone. This is mostly a result of the state road running through the town that features an easy-to-miss dropped speed limit. … [Read More...]