Monthly Archives: January 2013

An Open Letter To Mike Malloy, Piers Morgan and their Trolls. You’ve Lost!

When did you lose?

You lost when you failed to report the Sandy Hook facts correctly.

You lost when you failed to report that the DHS bought MILLIONS of rounds of Assault Ammunition during the summer. Three rounds for every man, woman and child.

You lost when you recently failed to mention that the DHS ordered 7000 (SEVEN THOUSAND) Fully Automatic versions of the AR-15 (Can you say M-16) for Personal Protection. Why? Easy to use in close quarters and concealable. Their words, not mine.

You lost every time you opened your mouths claiming to speak for the vast majority of the American people.

For both of you, the gun bills, as written are dead. Imagine, a 1 bullet clip. Who came up with that? Timothy Leary?

 

FACE THE FACTS. Piers, you should have your Green Card, Work Visa and Pass Port invalidated and be sent back to work for the Mirror. Face it. It’s more you style to report on Prince Harry’s Canker Sores.

Mike, you need to stop being a paid shill for Obama. That way, you’ll broadcast to more than 60 people at a time and stop losing stations. Also, ASCAP is looking into your use of Pay for Play music during your shows.

I’ll Take Your Guns, But You’ll Pry My Booze Out Of My Hardheaded DUI Hands

Causes.

Everybody has one. Save the Whales. PETA. NRA. Get Rid of Guns. DUI Enforcement Community Committees, and on and on.

Many of the same people belong to the same groups, but fail to see the long range connection between the goals that they are attempting to accomplish in one group with how those same goals should react in another group.

Take for example, and individual who is anti gun, and has lost a relative to a drunk driver. His goal for several years is to head up Community DUI Committees working with local police to set up DUI check points to catch drunk drivers. He has reported, through social media that this has been quite successful and that year to date results, though still high, show a drop in the number of tickets.

Now, this man would support a ban on weapons, never mind what kind. Upon mentioning the fact that the newest killer on the block are texters and cell phone users while driving, he totally ignores that. When suggesting that booze be banned, he becomes highly inflamed. Now, keep in mind what you just read above about him. He didn’t lose a relative to a bullet.

It is this narrow type of thinking that is going to destroy this country.

The inability to see the ‘Big Picture’ and to understand how it all fits together is how we are going to be taken literally to the bank and be used as a whipping post by the government.

If one of us joins an organization that doesn’t appear to fit  established political patterns, he is marked as a Rat or snitch or worse.

Apparently those people, who are old enough, have forgotten the big Commie scare of the 50’s started by the likes of themselves.

Well, all I have to say is good luck living blissfully unaware in the Northwest between Mt Saint Helen’s, Old faithful, and the Saint Andreas Fault. Oh, and lets throw in the Japanese Radiation for good measure. Apparently, it has already set in on a few.

Conspiracy Theories/ An Open Letter to Anderson Cooper Posted to CNN

Anderson, Conspiracy theories only exist in a vacuum. In the Newtown case, there are many areas where CNN and the rest of the media have dropped the ball on following up on the story, causing independent theories to spring up. These, among others are, First, the shooter used a long rifle (AR-15), then a video was shown of the Police removing said rifle from the trunk of the car he supposedly drove. VACUUM First, he had 2 handguns, then there were 3. VACUUM The helicopter showed at least 2 other people running from the scene in the woods. Who were they and where did they fit in? VACUUM It was reported by survivors, that a man in Camos was seen running through the halls. Who was he and where is he? VACUUM Shooters Mother ID as a teacher, then a school worker, then a substitute teacher, then school claims no knowledge of her employment. No follow-up? VACUUM No interviews with Ex-husband, other son school staff, teachers? VACUUM What happen to investigative journalism? If they could have gotten close enough, reporters would have had a microphone in Jackie Kennedy’s face at Park General Hospital. It would seem that CNN has caught the Piers Morgan bug and only wants to jump on the Anti-Gun Bandwagon. How about doing something original, particularly you Anderson, and follow in the footsteps of greats such as Murrow and Cronkite and get the answers instead of tearing down those who are trying to do just that.

The United States is Violent?

Gun murders and ownership

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Country
% of homicides by firearm
Number of homicides by firearm
Homicide by firearm rate per 100,000 pop
Rank by rate of ownership
Average firearms per 100 people
Average total all civilian firearms

SOURCES: UNODC & Small arms survey

Albania 65.9 56 1.76 70 8.6 270,000
Algeria 4.8 20 0.06 78 7.6 1,900,000
Angola 34 17.3 2,800,000
Anguilla 24 1 7.14
Argentina 52 1,198 3.02 62 10.2 3,950,000
Armenia 13 9 0.29 52 12.5 380,000
Australia 11.5 30 0.14 42 15 3,050,000
Austria 29.5 18 0.22 14 30.4 2,500,000
Azerbaijan 6.5 11 0.12 115 3.5 290,000
Bahamas 61.2 52 15.37 98 5.3 17,000
Bahrain 0 0 0 18 24.8 180,000
Bangladesh 43.6 1,456 1.12 169 0.5 700,000
Barbados 40 8 2.99 76 7.8 21,000
Belarus 2.5 12 0.12 79 7.3 710,000
Belgium 39.5 70 0.68 34 17.2 1,800,000
Belize 52.3 68 21.82 62 10 29,000
Benin 137 1.4 120,000
Bermuda 0 0 0
Bhutan 115 3.5 22,000
Bolivia 119 2.8 260,000
Bosnia and Herzegovina 24.7 18 0.48 34 17.3 675,000
Botswana 102 4.9 87,000
Brazil 70.8 34,678 18.1 75 8 14,840,000
Brunei 0 0 0 137 1.4 5,400
Bulgaria 29.7 51 0.67 88 6.2 480,000
Burkina Faso 149 1.1 148,000
Burundi 145 1.2 200,000
Cambodia 36.7 187 1.44 109 4.3 600,000
Cameroon 119 2.8 340,000
Canada 32 173 0.51 13 30.8 9,950,000
Cape Verde 96 5.4 9,500
Central African Republic 153 1 40,000
Chad 149 1.1 109,000
Chile 37.3 353 2.16 59 10.7 1,750,000
China 102 4.9 40,000,000
Colombia 81.1 12,539 27.09 91 5.9 2,700,000
Comoros 127 1.8 11,000
Congo 122 2.7 100,000
Congo, Dem Rep 33.2 248 1.56 137 1.4 800,000
Costa Rica 57.3 201 4.59 64 9.9 430,000
Côte d´Ivoire 124 2.4 400,000
Croatia 34.7 17 0.39 26 21.7 950,000
Cuba 4.4 27 0.24 104 4.8 545,000
Cyprus 26.3 5 0.46 6 36.4 275,000
Czech Republic 11 20 0.19 38 16.3 1,600,000
Denmark 31.9 15 0.27 54 12 650,000
Djibouti 119 2.8 22,000
Dominican Republic 65.5 1,618 16.3 99 5.1 450,000
East Timor 177 0.3 3,000
Ecuador 68.7 1,790 12.73 142 1.3 370,000
Egypt 69.1 453 0.57 115 3.5 1,900,000
El Salvador 76.9 2,446 39.9 92 5.8 400,000
England and Wales 6.6 41 0.07 88 6.2 3,400,000
Equatorial Guinea 29 19.9 100,000
Eritrea 169 0.5 20,000
Estonia 3.9 3 0.24 65 9.2 123,000
Ethiopia 174 0.4 320,000
Fiji 169 0.5 4,000
Finland 19.8 24 0.45 4 45.3 2,400,000
France 9.6 35 0.06 12 31.2 19,000,000
Gabon 46 14 190,000
Gambia 157 0.8 123,000
Georgia 13.3 24 0.55 79 7.3 330,000
Germany 26.3 158 0.19 15 30.3 25,000,000
Ghana 174 0.4 80,000
Greece 34.9 29 0.26 23 22.5 2,500,000
Grenada 0 0 0
Guatemala 84 5,009 34.81 49 13.1 1,650,000
Guinea 145 1.2 110,000
Guinea-Bissau 129 1.6 25,000
Guyana 61.3 85 11.46 45 14.6 110,000
Haiti 164 0.6 190,000
Honduras 83.4 5,201 68.43 88 6.2 500,000
Hong Kong 0 0 0
Hungary 5 7 0.07 93 5.5 560,000
Iceland 0 0 0 15 30.3 90,000
India 7.6 3,093 0.26 110 4.2 46,000,000
Indonesia 169 0.5 1,000,000
Iran 79 7.3 3,500,000
Iraq 8 34.2 9,750,000
Ireland 42 21 0.48 70 8.6 360,000
Israel 11.7 6 0.09 79 7.3 500,000
Italy 66.7 417 0.71 55 11.9 7,000,000
Jamaica 75.6 1,080 39.4 74 8.1 215,000
Japan 1.8 11 0.01 164 0.6 710,000
Jordan 38.8 26 0.49 58 11.5 630,000
Kazakhstan 12.5 210 1.34 142 1.3 200,000
Kenya 86 6.4 740,000
Korea, North 164 0.6 130,000
Korea, South 1.7 14 0.03 149 1.1 510,000
Kosovo 30 19.5 415,000
Kuwait 18 24.8 630,000
Kyrgyzstan 8.3 28 0.54 156 0.9 45,000
Laos 145 1.2 71,000
Latvia 4.6 5 0.22 32 19 280,000
Lebanon 36.5 31 0.76 28 21 750,000
Lesotho 122 2.7 47,000
Liberia 13.2 17 0.43 129 1.6 51,000
Libya 40 15.5 900,000
Liechtenstein 100 1 2.82
Lithuania 2.5 6 0.18 160 0.7 135,000
Luxembourg 42.9 3 0.62 41 15.3 70,000
Macedonia 62.5 25 1.21 20 24.1 490,000
Madagascar 157 0.8 150,000
Malawi 160 0.7 92,000
Malaysia 13.4 64 0.24 133 1.5 370,000
Maldives 62.5 5 1.63 85 6.5 21,000
Mali 149 1.1 143,000
Malta 0 0 0 55 11.9 48,000
Mauritania 129 1.6 50,000
Mauritius 2 1 0.1 44 14.7 180,000
Mexico 54.9 11,309 9.97 42 15 15,500,000
Moldova 3.3 8 0.22 83 7.1 300,000
Monaco 0 0 0
Mongolia 1.4 3 0.11 126 1.9 50,000
Montenegro 21 23.1 150,000
Morocco 101 5 1,500,000
Mozambique 99 5.1 1,000,000
Myanmar 111 4 2,000,000
Namibia 51 12.6 260,000
Nepal 13.3 84 0.3 159 0.8 205,000
Netherlands 30.7 55 0.33 112 3.9 510,000
New Zealand 13.5 7 0.16 22 22.6 925,000
Nicaragua 42.1 338 5.92 77 7.7 395,000
Niger 160 0.7 93,000
Nigeria 133 1.5 2,000,000
Northern Ireland 4.5 5 0.28 25 21.9 380,000
Norway 8.1 2 0.05 11 31.3 1,400,000
Oman 17 25.4 650,000
Pakistan 57 11.6 18,000,000
Panama 75 569 16.18 26 21.7 700,000
Papua New Guinea 145 1.2 71,000
Paraguay 56.1 466 7.35 37 17 1,000,000
Peru 50.8 757 2.63 33 18.8 750,000
Philippines 49.9 7,349 8.93 105 4.7 3,900,000
Poland 7.1 35 0.09 142 1.3 510,000
Portugal 33.8 44 0.41 72 8.5 900,000
Puerto Rico 94.8 692 18.3
Qatar 16.7 1 0.14 31 19.2 520,100
Romania 1.3 5 0.02 160 0.7 160,000
Russia 68 8.9 12,750,000
Rwanda 164 0.6 58,000
Saint Kitts and Nevis 85 17 32.44
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 30 6 5.49
Saudi Arabia 7 35 6,000,000
Scotland 93 5.5 280,000
Senegal 125 2 230,000
Serbia 33.1 45 0.46 5 37.8 3,050,000
Seychelles 96 5.4 4,600
Sierra Leone 87.7 128 2.28 164 0.6 34,000
Singapore 5.9 1 0.02 169 0.5 22,000
Slovakia 11.2 10 0.18 73 8.3 450,000
Slovenia 15.4 2 0.1 47 13.5 270,000
Solomon Islands 0 0 0 174 0.4 1,800
Somalia 66 9.1 750,000
South Africa 45 8,319 17.03 50 12.7 5,950,000
Spain 21.8 90 0.2 61 10.4 4,500,000
Sri Lanka 21.1 291 1.48 133 1.5 300,000
Sudan 93 5.5 2,000,000
Suriname 48 13.4 60,000
Swaziland 86 6.4 72,000
Sweden 33.9 37 0.41 10 31.6 2,800,000
Switzerland 72.2 57 0.77 3 45.7 3,400,000
Syria 112 3.9 735,000
Taiwan 15.9 128 0.56 106 4.4 725,000
Tajikistan 15.6 15 0.22 153 1 65,000
Tanzania 137 1.4 550,000
Thailand 39 15.6 10,000,000
Togo 153 1 60,000
Trinidad and Tobago 72.1 365 27.31 129 1.6 21,000
Tunisia 178 0.1 9,000
Turkey 16.9 535 0.77 52 12.5 9,000,000
Turkmenistan 2.4 5 0.1 114 3.8 180,000
Uganda 10.5 280 0.87 137 1.4 400,000
Ukraine 4.5 100 0.22 84 6.6 3,100,000
United Arab Emirates 24 22.1 1,000,000
United States 60 9,146 2.97 1 88.8 270,000,000
Uruguay 46.5 93 2.8 9 31.8 1,100,000
Uzbekistan 133 1.5 1,200,000
Venezuela 79.5 11,115 38.97 59 10.7 2,850,000
Vietnam 52.9 834 0.99 128 1.7 1,100,000
West Bank & Gaza 72.4 105 2.95 118 3.4 125,000
Yemen 2 54.8 11,500,000
Zambia 11.7 28 0.35 68 8.9 230,000
Zimbabwe 65.6 598 4.78 106 4.4 400,000

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Times Never Change

 

Legend has it that one evening an old Cherokee told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside people. He said, “My son, the battle is between two wolves inside us all. One is Evil. It is anger, envy, jealousy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego. The other is good. It is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion and faith.”

The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather: “Which wolf wins?” The old Cherokee replied, “The one you feed.”

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