Friday, March 30, 2012

Baseball Bat Murder

Here's a murder that only Dennis Henigan can be proud of.

From Fight over son led to murder

Brad Callaghan was told he was not the father of his son, moments before murdering his ex-partner by repeatedly hitting her on the head with a baseball bat.

Yeah, that's DenHen's fav-or-ite killin method. 'Cause you can only kill one or two with a baseball bat or a knife.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Baldwin v Brady, crimes committed with firearms

I've done the Baldwin top ten states with the most relaxed gun laws v Brady top ten states with the most stringent gun laws comparison looking at Violent Crime Rates and Murder Rates. Of course, the Baldwin Top Ten has the lower crime rates. Today I'm looking at the percentage of crimes where a firearm is used.

Let's get started. First, we'll compare the percent of murder that is committed with a firearm. This information can be found on Table 20 of the 2010 FBI Uniform Crime Report.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Twits in UK get locked up for Tweets

More madness from the UK. BBC News is reporting that a student who made racially offensive comments about footballer Fabrice Muamba on Twitter has been jailed for 56 days. But surely this can't be. The anti-rights establishment wants us to believe that the UK has the same amount of freedom as the US but with nearly no 'gun deaths'. This doesn't seem free to me.

It seems Twitter has become a new terrace for footballers and fans to receive abuse, with a series of convictions so far this year.

Hmm, no freedom of speech, no right to remain silent, no right not to incriminate yourself..these do not looking like the makings of a free country.

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

TSA Rat Bastards

We all know that the TSA is a bunch of Thieving, Molesting, Geriatric Humiliating Rats. Now we have more proof.

From NYDailyNews:

BOSTON — Authorities say rodent repellant in a passenger's bag caused a noxious odor that sent four Transportation Security Administration workers at Boston's Logan International Airport to the hospital. 
...15 TSA workers were evacuated.... 
No passengers were affected.

I wonder who will be the first to start selling this as TSA repellent.

Black woman shoots Child, FL

Where is the OUTRAGE? Ok, headline was just to get your attention. It's true, though, a black woman did, in fact, shoot a 16 year old boy. It is suspected that he was going to rob the woman.

Via Keep and Bear Arms
From ABC Action News, Tampa, FL.

Taquanda Baker doesn't remember the suspect saying anything. She just remembers seeing his gun.
"I was standing here," she said, pointing to a spot near her cash register. "As I saw him coming, he already had the gun up." 

He didn't say anything, but she shot him anyway. Maybe he just found that gun and was giving it to the nearest adult.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Things ignored by anti-rights

I've only got a few links to news stories today. I've been up since 1am. got called out for work, went home, called out, went home then went to work.

Here are some stories that the Anti-Rights Establishment have been silent on. I'm not sure why, though.

"You get what you deserve, white boy". 13 year old boy set on fire, but the blood dancers don't care. I don't think this even made the national news.

Three black guys may have killed a guy at MS State, a gun free zone. I say may have, because no one is rushing to judgement.

Evidence suggests that Zimmerman was attacked by Martin, but judgement has already been passed by media, so it doesn't matter.

Friday, March 23, 2012

Jesse "Hymietown" Jackson

Is in the news, of course, speaking about the death of Trayvon Martin. Although, according to this "Civil Rights" leader, it was more of a hunting trip for Zimmerman than a case of probable self defense. I'm not quite sure how anyone has come to any conclusion with all of the mis-information put out by the media, evidence not released to the public, and a Grand Jury still out on the matter.

So, what does Jesse, I'm "sick and tired of hearing about the Holocaust", Jackson have to say? Let's see.

Brady v Baldwin

A week or so ago, I posted a comparison between the Brady Bunch top ten gun restrictive states and the Baldwin Top Ten gun friendly states. We saw there, that the states with the more gun friendly laws have a lower violent crime rate and a lower murder rate than the states with the more gun hatred laws. I doubt if anyone was surprised.

While working on a different project, I was listing the Murder rates next to the Violent Crime Rates for all 50 states and the District. I started noticing that some states had a higher percentage of violent crime that resulted in murder. I just had to do another comparison. What I found is that the average rate of murder, throughout the US is 1.14% of the violent crime rate. As you can see from the chart below, in Column F, the Brady ten falls within that average.

Now, comparing the Baldwin Top Ten, we see that conversion rate from violent crime to murder is much lower.

Ain't that some shit? The Baldwin Top Ten states have more firearms, gun friendly laws, lower crime rates, lower murder rates and a lower percentage of violent crime that turns deadly.

I think this is a good argument for more guns and less restrictive laws. What do you think?

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Harvard dumbasses

Harvard Injury Control Research Center has a post Gun Threats and Self-Defense Gun Use, In this post, they quote information from research that either they commissioned, or was done by some other firm. Any information coming from Harvard concerning gun control should be suspect and we'll see why.

37-39. Overestimates of self-defense gun use
We use epidemiological theory to explain why the "false positive" problem for rare events can lead to large overestimates of the incidence of rare diseases or rare phenomena such as self-defense gun use. We then try to validate the claims of many millions of annual self-defense uses against available evidence.
Major findings: The claim of many millions of annual self-defense gun uses by American citizens appears to be invalid.
Publication: Hemenway, David. "Survey Research and Self-defense Gun Use: An Explanation of Extreme Overestimates." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. 1997; 87:1430-1445.
Publication: Hemenway, David. "The Myth of Millions of Annual Self-defense Gun Uses: A Case Study of Survey Overestimates of Rare Events." Chance (American Statistical Association). 1997; 10:6-10.
Publication: Cook, Philip J; Ludwig, Jens; Hemenway, David. "The Gun Debate's New Mythical Number: How Many Defensive Uses per Year?" Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 1997; 16:463-469.

First, I doubt they tried to validate the claim and secondly, I don't think there's ever been a claim of "many millions", I think the largest claim was 2.5 million. The Bureau of Justice Statistics says this:

Monday, March 19, 2012

Another Blogger, Another Shot, Another miss

Barry Nolan, some blogger in Boston titled a post: Massachusetts: Where Stricter Gun Laws = Fewer Deaths Other states could learn a thing or two from liberal, gun-hating Massachusetts.

Apparently he didn't feel the need to do any fact checking. The lack of fact checking happens often with the anti-rights junior league bloggers and that's why I'm here. To set you straight.

Before I start quoting the post, I'll address the title first. According to the FBI UCR in 2010, Massachusetts had a Violent Crime Rate of 466.6 per 100,000 people and a DEATH rate of 3.2 per 100,000. Vermont, on the other hand, which requires no permit to carry a firearm either concealed or open and has no law against Campus Carry had a violent crime rate of 130.2 per 100,000 and a Death Rate of 1.0 per 100,000 people. It seems that Massachusetts, with their strict gun control laws have a Violent Crime Rate 3 1/5 times that of Vermont and 3.2 times the Murder Rate. Apparently, strict gun control laws do not equal fewer deaths. Had Barry done any fact checking, he would have know this and kept his lies to himself.

I'm sure what Barry had meant to type, was that stricter gun control laws mean less gun death. I suspect that, because the anti-rights puppets are only concerned about gun death. They care not about other forms of violent death or violent crime. They have been brainwashed to ignore all other terrible tragedies and only dance in the blood of those who were killed by a bullet. They will not shed a tear or light a candle for a man stabbed to death while protecting his brother. They will not stand in shock or flock to help a woman who was set on fire by three adults and one juvenile. No, they will only dance in the blood of the victim of the bullet.

Moving on to the junior journalist's blog post:

One of the things many conservatives just hate about Massachusetts is our gun laws. They are strict. And they make a difference. According to the most recent figures available, the gun death rate in Massachusetts was the second lowest in the nation. 

Looking at his source (an anti-rights brainwashed puppet) we can see that Massachusetts is not second, but third. Apparently, Barry can neither write, read or count.

You should know, though, that these figures include suicide. No gun control law affects suicide, so let's remove the suicides and see how many bad people are killing other people with guns. (2007 cdc homicide with firearms)

State                Gun Murder Rate

New Hampshire      0.46*
Hawaii                    0.55
Iowa                       0.60*
South Dakota          0.63*
North Dakota          0.78
Maine                     1.14*
Oregon                   1.15
Oregon                   1.15
Minnesota               1.35
Rhode Island          1.23
Vermont                 1.45*
Utah                       1.50*
Wyoming                1.53*
Montana                 1.57
Massachusetts         1.77

Looks like Barry's hometown state made the cut at number 14 with some very gun friendly states ahead of it. If you're wondering what the stars are for, those are states that made my Baldwin Top Ten gun friendly states.

Reading on, Barry attacks Zimmerman (who shot and killed a 17 year old Martin) and suggests that police are protecting Zimmerman because he's white and Martin is black. I dunno, Zimmerman looks to be Hispanic to me. But, do we really need to listen to any more lies and half truths coming from the junior journalist who can't even fact check for himself? His entire story is nearly a copy paste from

Friday, March 16, 2012

This is so stupid I can't think of a title

More IDIOCY from the UK. Don't get me wrong, I don't dislike the UK, but every anti-rights gun grabbing mouthpiece have to compare the US to the UK, and say we're the same except gun violence. If we had 'common sense' gun laws like UK. STOP! UK doesn't have gun laws, they have gun bans. Handguns are forbidden, and long guns are HEAVILY regulated. That's not the point of this post, though.

In the comments section of WaronGuns, a blog operated by Gun rights Examiner David Codrea , Commenter Vinnie posted a link to an article from Extinguishers banned as a fire safety hazard.

Fire extinguishers could be removed from communal areas in flats throughout the country because they are a safety hazard, it has emerged.
The life-saving devices encourage untrained people to fight a fire rather than leave the building, risk assessors in Bournemouth decided.

Wait, What? Yep, REMOVE the FIRE EXTINGUISHERS because people are too stupid to operate one.

I've got a couple of fire extinguishers in my home and shop. A fire extinguisher comes as standard equipment with my agency issued car and I even put one in my truck. Do I expect a fire? Nope, but I've got some just in case.

When I was a young man, I kept a fire extinguisher in my car and actually had the occasion to use it one time while stuck in traffic. A car near me caught on fire. I was able to extinguish the fire with the (Oh Snap, that why they're called fire extinguishers) with no training. Instructions are clearly marked on the canister. I just looked at the one in the kitchen and yep, still has the picture. Point hose at fire, pull lever and spray.

Back to the crazy:

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents backed their removal because different extinguishers should be used on different types of fire.

Here's a tip Dumbasses, put ABC extinguishers in every location and you won't have to worry about the wrong extinguisher being used, or better yet, have a little FAITH in YOUR CITIZENS oh, I mean subjects.

But Mike Edwards, who lives in one of the blocks, said he was 'absolutely staggered' that risk experts thought it a safe decision.
'They are worried we will point them in the wrong direction or use the wrong extinguishers,' he said. 'But if you are trapped in a burning building, you will work out how to use one.'

Mike Edwards should run for King.

Tell me what you think.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Guns are not the answer.. violence, except when they are. Got that? Today we have an article from the Associated Press.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — One of four victims in an Ohio attack at a downtown office building suffered knife wounds to his abdomen, face, shoulder and arm as he tried to stop the attacker from stabbing another man, his girlfriend said.

But, who was this Hero who took knife wounds. He must have been some wimpy fella that couldn't hold his own. Let's see.

Donte Dunnagan "was just protecting the lives of people he loves," Therese Buckhardt of Logan tells The Columbus Dispatch. "He would have done that for anybody; he has a big heart."


Buckhardt says the 6-foot, 250-pound Dunnagan, a part-time professional wrestler, works in the Miami-Jacobs financial aid office and also takes classes there.

A 6-foot tall 250-pound Professional Wrestler! So, what happens when a knife weilding attacker starts slashing people in an office and you don't have a body guard? Well, you get together with your co-workers and take the knife away.

The man confronted the first victim in the admissions office of Miami-Jacobs and stabbed him, Columbus police spokesman Sgt. Rich Weiner said. Others intervened and took away a knife the man was using but didn't realize he had others, Weiner said.

That's right ladies and gentlemen, the attacker had not One, not Two, but THREE assault knives. Ready for the DGU? Here it comes, but it wasn't a civilian CCW, they had to wait for the cops to show up, which was rather quickly.

"He had a knife, and the police had just pulled up, and they're saying, 'Sir, you need to stop. You need to just put the knife down.' He wouldn't," said Jackson, of Reynoldsburg. "They drew guns. 'Sir, please put the knife down.' And he kind of lunged at them, so they shot him."

There you go, guns are not the answer to violence, except when they are. Last week there was a mass shooting at a Psych Clinic that was a gun free zone, what stopped the shooting spree, yep, you guessed it, a gun.

What do we take away from this article? If everyone had been armed, there could have been only two victims, the first victim of the knife attack and the attacker.

What do you think?

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

CSGV Bill of Rights Fail

Oh, my word. These Asshats just don't give up making fools of themselves. This is the latest from the CSGV facebook page.

"...Furthermore, not all the amendments in the Bill of Rights deal with individual rights."

What? Here's the slim skinny on the Bill of Rights. It's all about the Individual's rights. Don't believe me? Here we go

I Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. [Yep, that's a right of the individual]

II 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. [yep, another right of the individual]

III No soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law. [Protecting the Individual Homeowner.]

IV The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. [another individual right]

V No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the militia, when in actual service in time of war or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use without just compensation. [person, that must be an Individual]

VI In all criminal prosecutions, the accused [an Individual] shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of counsel for his defense.

VII In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury [for the defendant, an Individual] shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury shall be otherwise reexamined in any court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.

VIII Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. [referring to a defendant, an Individual]

IX The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. [not a collective right, the Individual right]

X The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people. [the states are the collective, so the people but be Individuals]

Hey, Asshats, the Bill of Rights is ALL ABOUT THE INDIVIDUAL, you know, THE PEOPLE.

What say you?

Tuesday, March 13, 2012


This just in... I'm new to Twitter. I've had a twitter account for about a week, maybe. When I signed up for Twitter, 'followed' some gun rights groups, politicians and some anti-rights groups. Tonight, when I got home from dinner, I pulled up twitter to see the following tweet from a twit at CSGV and below is my replies. (notice, on twitter, you can only send a message with 160 characters, just so you know)

In case you can't read that it says "FACT: Neither Second Amendment author James Madison nor Congress ever mentions issue of Individual self-defense when discussing amendment"

Really? #dumbasses. 

Monday, March 12, 2012

Brady Bunch Score Card BIG FAIL

So, the Brady people released some type of score card for states that umm, I dunno, have restrictive gun laws that supposedly reduce violent crime or umm....I dunno, let's look at their mission statement.

The Brady Campaign works to pass and enforce sensible federal and state gun laws, regulations, and public policies through grassroots activism, electing public officials who support common sense gun laws, and increasing public awareness of gun violence. Through our Million Mom March and Brady Chapters, we work locally to educate people about the dangers of guns, honor victims of gun violence, and pass sensible gun laws, believing that all Americans, especially children, have the right to live free from the threat of gun violence.

I read that as: working to pass restrictive gun laws that reduce violent crime. Back to this 'score card'. Looking at the scores, one would be led to believe that the highest possible score, according to Brady, would indicate that the states with the most 'common sense' gun laws  in place, will have less violent crimes. One would also be led to believe that the states with the lowest score, have the more gun friendly laws. I found both of these statements to be woefully incorrect.
Comparisons (and the truth) after the jump

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Anti-Rights Blogger shoots and misses

Joan A. Peterson, over at common nonsense blogged about The real agenda of pro gun extremists. I have tried to engage her in conversation at her blog, but she insists on misinterpreting what I say, misquotes me, and then refuses to post my comments, therefore, I have to do it here.

From her blog:
We have almost the highest, if not the highest, number of gun deaths per capita of any country not at war.

This here clearly shows that she has yet to do any fact finding on her own, or rely on any other source for facts. A quick Google search turns up some information. Looking at Wiki (and I don't usually use wiki for my source of information), there is a list of countries sorted by the 'gun death' rate. The United States isn't even in the top 10, we're listed at number 13. At the time this information was compiled, the firearm related homicide rate for the US was 4.14, the highest rate was 74.57 for South Africa. South Africa, by the way, has very strict gun control laws which require testing, background checks, inspection of one's home, firearm registration and a minimum waiting period of at least two years. Here's a wiki on it, because I'm too lazy to check their source.

She continues her tirade with
We are truly on a slippery slope to allowing anyone to carry a gun anywhere with impunity and with no accountability or punishment for shooting another human being. Such are the consequence of the Stand Your Ground or Shoot First laws passed in many states over the past decade.

Not quite. Federal and state laws still prohibits certain classes of people from carrying firearms and ammunition. Those include convicted felons, the mentally ill, persons convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence and persons with restraining orders.

The Stand Your Ground laws allow a person to protect themselves from criminals without having a duty to retreat. That brings up another question that I've posted about before. How far should a person have to retreat? The simple solution here is DON'T BE A CRIMINAL, STOP ROBBING AND RAPING!

And then she just out right lies:
With few or no standards, anyone, and I do mean anyone, would be allowed to carry. And to make matters worse, the National Right to Carry Reciprocity Act of 2011 would take away a state's right to regulate who can carry guns and the requirements to actually know anything about guns before you carry one around with you. So every state would have to allow 18 year olds who have permission to carry a gun around in some states, like Arizona, without a permit or proof of competence in handling a gun.

Anyone, really? See the above.

What the Reciprocity Act does is allow anyone with a LICENSE to conceal a firearm, carry in any other state that issues a LICENSE  as long as you conform the laws of the state that you are visiting. Just like a licensed driver can drive in any other state. The Act does not allow unlicensed people to conceal a firearm in any state. Of course, the antis must lie to try to get their flawed point across.

Further on down her post, she continues:
The pro gun extremists don't care if felons, domestic abusers, dangerously mentally ill people, terrorists and others who should not have guns get them.

I have been grouped in with the 'pro gun extremists', maybe I am extreme, maybe not but personally, I do care, but not to the point that it infringes on an innocent citizen's rights.

The remainder of her post is ridiculous, fear mongering (the same she accuses the gun owners of doing) and outrageous accusations.

What Joan and the rest of her cohorts fail to mention is that gun violence along with all violent crime is on a decline. Since these 'outrageous' gun laws have been passed to allow citizens to carry firearms and protect themselves, we've seen violent crime rates fall. According to the 2010 FBI Uniform Crime Report, in 2010 violent crime was down 6% from 2009. When considering 5- and 10-year trends, the 2010 estimated violent crime total was 13.2 percent below the 2006 level and 13.4 percent below the 2001 level.

What the anti-rights establishment is CLAIMING to want, is already happening. A 6% drop in gun related crimes in ONE year. Furthermore, in the 2011 preliminary report, violent crime dropped 6.4% from the same period in 2010.

What the anti-rights establishment really wants, is to outlaw gun ownership for the average citizen.

More UK Madness, again

"The UK is just as free as the US but they have less gun crime" is what I hear often from the gun grabbing anti-rights establishment. I recently posted about UK madness and their banning of coffee where I pointed out that although the UK has less 'gun crime' their violent crime is 5 times that of the United States.

All together let's sing in harmony "UK is just a free as the US, they just have less 'gun deaths'." Stop it!

When I think freedom, I think about free speech, among other things. If your speech can be stifled by the government, you aren't a free people. So, I present to you today, the latest madness from the not so free UK.

Friday, March 9, 2012

TSA Scanner loophole

Have you seen the video of the traveler going through the naked body scanner with a metal box in a secret pocket? Well, you should. Here is more on his blog.

It seems that the TSA doesn't want bloggers blogging about their billion dollar failure and has 'strongly cautioned' bloggers not to do it, so, I have to blog about it. I hate the TSA, bitches.

Oh, and the other blogger that was cautioned not to blog, she did.

Yeah, TSA bitches, it's called the Streisand Effect, whatchagonnado? Or, as Mike Vanderboegh would call them, sonsabitches.

CSGV Playing the blame game

The Coalition to stop Gun Violence has posted on it's Facebook wall, a comment about the recent Pittsburg Psych Clinic shooting with a link to an updated story.

What struck me as odd is the comment that CSGV left on it's own post
"Terrible. We've let the NRA make these types of mass shootings become a daily occurrence in our country. It's sickening."

Thursday, March 8, 2012

OMG Common sense in Ilinios

via gunwire

WJBC the voice of central Illinois is reporting that a Concealed carry bill passes Illinois House committee.

State Rep. Brandon Phelps, D-Harrisburg, is again leading the charge as he has for years. His measure would allow Illinois residents with the proper training and permits to carry a concealed firearm.

What the 'proper' training and permits is yet to be seen, but hey it's a start.

To an opponent that said "more guns equal more violence." State Rep. Brandon Phelps, D-Harrisburg said:

“We’re the only state,” he says. “If it was so bad why are there no other states trying to repeal this? It works. Crime has gone down everywhere this has gone into effect. So why are we the only ones?”

Hell to the yeah, bitches. Then, this bit of common sense comes out of his mouth:

“The presidents of the colleges have said they don’t want any form of concealed carry on their campuses. So that’s fine, but if they disarm that person that has a permit, and something happens like at Northern Illinois with the shooting, then they’re going to get the liability,” he says.

But what about Chicago? Well here it is.

The bill would pre-empt local ordinances in home-rule communities such as Chicago...

Next thing you know, they'll be passing some type of constitutional carry bill. This is great news for Illinois.

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

More UK Madness

THANK YOU SayUncle for this

From The Sun. Health & safety officials ban hot drinks – from a COFFEE morning

Volunteers have been ordered to change the name of the Friday morning sessions from 'Coffee and Play' to just 'Baby Play'.

ORDERED to change the name. Why not just offer cold coffee?

And the Anti-Rights Establishment sing in harmony "UK is just a free as the US, they just have less 'gun deaths'." Be that as it may, the UK still has a Violent Crime Rate 5 times that of the US.

Getting back to the article:

Biscuits have also been replaced by healthy snacks including fruit and bread sticks.


Follow the Gestapo

Claire Ferguson | Staff Columnist over at Student Life, the independent newspaper of Washington University in St. Louis since 1878  has apparently been indoctrinated either by her school or some other representative of the anti-rights establishment. She typed up a piece titled Stricter gun control needed.

She starts her screed with:

In light of the recent shooting at Chardon High School in Ohio....While we do have a constitutional right to bear arms, in light of this tragedy and others similar to it, the argument can be made that there should be tighter regulations on how those guns are purchased and what can be done with them.

Monday, March 5, 2012

Dennis Henigan is a MONSTER!

via thirdpower
In a HuffPo piece, Dennis A. Henigan Vice President, Brady Campaign; writes, regarding school shootings:

Give these violent individuals baseball bats or knives instead of guns and everything changes.

DenHen is involved with an organization that started out as Handgun Control, Inc. (that says a lot about them) but then changed their name to Brady Campaign and now advocates the banning of riffles, too. All of this because of a violent act. But here, DenHen is advocating the use of baseball backs and knives by would-be shooters. Perhaps he could call the family of this mom and son who were beaten to death with a baseball bat and let them know that their loss doesn't count, because it wasn't a 'gun death'. Or, maybe he will call this young couple's family, and explain to them that the death of their loved ones isn't as tragic because a gun wasn't used. Let's not forget Barry Winchell, who was beaten to death with a baseball bat. The list goes on, and on. Hey, DenHen, why don't you call up Eugenio Rosales' family and tell them that the loss of their loved one doesn't count, you know, because a gun wasn't used.

He says nothing about intervention or prevention, just change the murder weapon and it's all better. That's a true class act right there.

He also spews this crap:

Take the guns from Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris and 13 students and teachers would not have died at Columbine High School, nor would 21 others have been injured.

Really? Hey Dumbass, they built 99 improvised explosive devices. The only reason the death toll wasn't higher, is because the two shooters were too dumbass to build a working bomb.

He continues with this junk:

It was undisputed that the Columbine killers exploited the "gun show loophole" to acquire their weapons

They used a straw buyer that could have passed a background check, dipshit.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Microstamping and why it's bad

Microstamping. If the anti-rights establishment supports something that may sound like common sense, it's usually a bad thing. On the face of it, the concept of microstamping may sound like a good idea. Basically it works like this. You fire a pistol, the firing pin imprints a serial number on the primer and another device imprints a serial number on the side of the casing. Bullets recovered at a crime scene can be examined and, if all the world is in harmony, the serial number can be read and the criminal can be tracked down and prosecuted. Great, right? No, and here's why.

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Truth? You can't handle the truth!

"think of the kids, man". Yep, I get that a lot when discussing child access prevention (CAP) laws regarding firearms. It seems that the anti-rights establishment is pushing for access prevention laws, not just for children, but teens, young adults and, well everyone. Think of the kids, man. Let's assume for a moment that these anti-rights bigots truly are concerned with the welfare of the kids. If so, firearms must be the biggest threat to children, including teens, so let's look at the facts that we have. Over at the CDC, they keep a searchable database of what kills people and the age, race and gender of the deceased. I conducted a few searches about what kills children ages 0-17 and this is what I found.

Operation #EFAD

Go read about Operation #EFAD. At the bottom of the article is a link for free kindle software for pc or mac. After you install that, there is a link to get the free kindle book about Operation #EFAD. Do it, do it now while it's still free and then tweet about Operation #EFAD

Friday, March 2, 2012

Brady Bunch at it again.

Over at the Washington Post wrote a piece titled Why it is easier for a kid to get a gun in Ohio than in many other states

She starts with

It is not clear yet how the teenager accused of staging a deadly assault on students at a Ohio high school obtained the weapon he allegedly used, but the state’s gun laws don’t make it hard for young people to get their hands on a gun.