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Friday, May 25, 2018

Freedom: The Constant Infant

Having taken a step back from this blog for a while and not really having the time to write anything anyway while I try to make as much money and secure enough provisions as I can before this whole thing blows sky-high, I can honestly say that I don't think people want freedom.

Freedom must be maintained, it must be protected and defended. It is an infant, a constant infant. Freedom never grows up and is able to fend for itself. It never moves out and walks its own path. Without active and violent defense, it is a meal for the circling wolves of government, of tyrants. That is a distinction without a difference as there is no government without tyranny.

I have been horrified over the past several years at how much freedom we willingly surrender. Now, we actually pay to have voice recognition recorders in our homes all for the convenience of sitting on our butts instead of getting up to dim the lights or turn on the oven. Yes, the big companies advertise these things as "smart speakers" but they are not speakers, they are listeners, monitors and if you put one of these things in your home and did not realize that they can and will listen, monitor and record your private (if there is such a thing today) conversations, God help you. If you did so knowing that you would be monitored and your conversations recorded for future reference, or subpoena, then your transition to a good comrade is complete.

The popularity of these monitors is disturbing. While there is the Third Amendment, it does not apply when we willingly bring these monitors into our homes and allow them to reside with us as much as soldier might. In fact, the whole spying apparatus of the United States, including the FBI and NSA monitoring our phones, our emails and texts are as much boarding soldiers or police within our homes as a physical presence. So, now the government has completed its total destruction of the Bill of Rights, something it has lusted after for a long time, almost since adoption.

The Third Amendment was always sort of a hold out, the one thing that seemed outdated and irrelevant only a few short years ago. Technology has brought it back into question. What does constitute the boarding of soldiers (or police) within one's home? Is it the physical presence, or can it be when they can hear everything, see everything and know everything that is going on inside without actually having to be present? I would suggest that they are present if they can know all that occurs.

But, it doesn't really matter, so many other "rights" have been violated and relegated to the trash heap of history on the off chance that the police will intervene to save lives, as if that were their purpose in the beginning. They have always been there to protect the elites, so the government could impose any sanction it deemed necessary to its purposes of subjugation, but this has only lately become undeniable. For many decades the average working stiff could avoid any contact, any interference from the brutal overlords simply by making money, paying taxes and obeying the law. Not anymore.

There is a difference between a republic that seeks to maintain order and a Soviet-style police state that seeks to establish control and we have slipped from one to the other in the past two hundred years. There are all sorts of intellectual haggling that can go on as to when it started, probably with Lincoln or Teddy Roosevelt or Wilson, but somewhere along the line it happened and it is now in full swing with our own Stasi and our own Bolsheviks, our own deep-state coups and who knows for sure how far back that goes?

Personally, I have been waiting for the collapse since 2008, but somehow they keep propping up this corpse of a republic, slapping on some makeup and taping the eyelids open for longer than that. They parade it around like a martyred saint or something, but it is time for it to just die and be buried with what little dignity it has left.

Over the past several months I have been making personal contact with many of you out there, former readers of this blog and people active in their areas trying to make that personal connection to several other groups so that when the time comes there is a means to coalesce. It may never be necessary or even possible, but it is what I can do right now to preserve the memory of the Infant Freedom. Somewhere along the timeline we all become freedom fighters, or die and leave this communist system to indulge its own craving for blood. But, as long as I have family to protect and ideals to promote, I will always be out there somewhere, trying.

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Saturday, April 7, 2018

The Monuments Built By Inaction

Short and sweet: if you are living in the United States of America, you are living in a collectivist system. That doesn't bother at least half of the nation. But, for those to whom this is absolutely intolerable, it is time to organize and gear up with communications, training and medical supplies.

If you are someone who doesn't think it is necessary to act and to act now, you are one of the people who thought that it was not time to act when Hitler rose to power, or Lenin or Mao or Pol Pot. If that sounds like an exaggeration, you are in denial.

Think about it.

Your communications, your private communications are being held in massive buildings across the U.S., databanks of them just waiting for you to cross the government, then you will be hit with everything they have on you.

Your social communications are monitored, evaluated and allowed or disallowed. The websites you visit are being taken down by collectivists in corporations.

They are coming for the one thing that makes Americans unique, the individualist notion of self-defense. No more rugged individualism in the new US.

Now is the time to ask yourself: Am I going to let the deaths of millions of Americans, who fought for freedom lie in their graves in vain? More than that, are you going to spit on those graves with your inaction? Out of what? Fear? Or, because you think that there will be some cataclysmic event that will demand your action? It will be too late by then. It may be too late now.

It is not a matter of saving anything. The idea of making America great again can only come with the absolute destruction of this monstrosity we have built on the firm foundation of inaction.

Everyone knows it, most do not even agree with where we are headed, yet the bus rumbles along with our souls in it and no one will yell "Stop." Why? Because it would be rude? Because it might make them look foolish or silly? That's the game the collectivists play, to create that inaction out of fear of being held in low regard, while they open the veins of the nation and let it bleed out.

The war is on, you see it everywhere and you (if you value anything about freedom or justice or even the right thing to do) must, at this point, be ignoring it, afraid to take part, to fight for the values that made this country great the first time around. Those principles are out there waiting to be used to build great things and they are barricaded by this collectivist notion that the State owns all revenue and that you, you American, are nothing to the State, but a revenue source and you owe them every dime you can produce to pay for the lives of their supporters.

See you in the trenches.

Monday, March 26, 2018

Nut Cuttin' Time

Whatever clarity I might have wanted to share with my readers over the years has pretty much been accomplished. I sought to bring those questioning minds answers and some ugly truths about this nation and its descent into collectivism. But, that descent is complete and this is a collectivist state with the powerful leveraging our rights away from us with the nodding acceptance of our fellow citizens, many of whom are not well-informed enough to recognize the bargain being placed before them, i.e., security for freedom. Others have maliciously pursued the goal of collectivism, weaving the principles thereof throughout ever facet of society and gleefully marking the advances through the school system, the town councils, county commissions, state and federal bureaucracies.

And, here we are, battling for the last and final vestige of freedom, the right to defend ourselves. Now, one might say that those rights do not come from a document, but it is the document that makes it perfectly acceptable for other citizens to openly murder one who claims those rights. The document allows one to walk freely in public with a weapon without being immediately accosted by law enforcement and fellow citizens. So, yes, those rights are God-given and no document could grant them or secure them, but it does make the exercise thereof a lot less traumatic.

We are down to nut-cuttin' time as they say, so throw it all out the window. The citizens of this nation have turned on each other, the latest demonstration of this being the March For Our Lives collectivist demonstration of power. The ONLY thing that could peacefully counter this show of force would be another one, by gun owners en masse and since that is a complete non-starter, I have decided to stop wasting my time.

The time for trying to convince people that there is a semi-peaceful response to collectivism is at an end, because there is no peaceful solution to the depth to which this nation has descended into the collectivist state. The passage and signing of the Omnibus Spending Bill made that clear like nothing else would.

What I do know for certain is it is time to stop talking and start taking action. I am talking about legal action, because what other kind could there possibly be?

The one notion I would like to impart to those still reading this blog is that any action in defense of the republic and the principles upon which this nation were founded, no matter how far the government has veered away from them, is still legal action. When the government and those participating in its traitorous conduct is held to account it is the act of a patriot and legal, though in the backwards world of the criminals enforcing the "law", the act of a patriot is deemed a crime.

There is no way now for a patriot to act within the bizarro-world law. It is backward and turned upside down and a person who demands privacy is a criminal, a person who defends himself is a criminal, so we are all criminals in that sense.

I do not look at a prison number as a sign of shame, but a badge of honor. Since all patriots are now criminals, I do not fear imprisonment, but relish the idea as an incubator for further system disruption from within. By any means necessary. The only shame might stem from being taken alive, should that happen, but none other.

It was recently reported to me that Christian Mercenary was removed from DOD websites for "hate and racism." A badge of honor. Woodpile Report was likewise victimized by censorship.

We are in the soup, people and so most of my efforts from here forward will not be in trying to encourage anyone else to fight with us. Most of those "fighting with us" will not, in the end, fight at all. I understand that, have always understood it, which is why I focused so much on the non-violent, legal means of resistance, because I knew when it came down to nut-cuttin' time very few of us would cut the nuts.

I will return to this blog from time to time, but mostly to share information and act as somewhat of a dead drop for communication between active participants in what can only now be called defense of the republic and the principles thereof. Maybe just the principles themselves, life, liberty, property, privacy and self-defense.

Buy gear, use gear, go to prison or your grave as a patriot.

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Thursday, March 15, 2018

Lies for Rent

Lies of Omission is for rent at: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/liesofomission $2.99 for 48 hours.

Comments are off right now, because Urgent Loans are spamming the heck out of me and I just won't play that game.


Tuesday, March 6, 2018

The Tyranny of the Perpetually Offended

Someone had commented how much this blog has changed over the years, for the worse, as he saw it. He's probably right. I used to write a lot about the Constitution, about the violations, specifically and line by line with supporting case law, etc.

The problem with that sort of thing is that we no longer live in a Constitutional republic. What is the point in going on and on about a document that means nothing, that is irrelevant and disregarded. One only need to read the headlines to understand that an entire presidential administration operated outside the law, with aid and support of the federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies to see what I mean. That is an impossibility in a government where there is the rule of law, that it is respected by the government as well as the people and that world just no longer exists.

What we have now, they "system" under which this nation operates is something else entirely, it is more akin to a democracy the likes of which the founders hated. "A democracy is nothing more than mob rule, where fifty one percent of the people may take away the rights of the other forty nine."  Thomas Jefferson.

Now, they don't even need fifty-one percent, rights are being taken away wholesale by government bureaucracies, not with legislation, but with regulation. But even worse, we are a nation governed almost completely by the tyranny of the perpetually offended. If a gay couple wants a particular person to bake a cake and that person refuses to trade his labor for their money, he will be compelled to do so by law. If a Muslim doesn't want to live next to a butcher who sells pork, the Muslim can have the butcher shop shut down.

Lost is the understanding that the majority votes for the representative, who represent the people. The senator is supposed to represent the state, not people at all and the president is elected, actually, by the electoral college, not the masses. This was wholly to avoid the idea that the majority would be in a position to deny the rights of the people.

Rights were never intended to be privileges, as they are conceived of by today's citizens, something that can be revoked if they are offended by those rights. All they have to do is get some commissar in black robes to agree with their political perspective and voila, rights disappear or created at the stroke of a pen, no need to go through the messy process of Constitutional amendment, that would be too hard and the tyrants, the perpetually offended would not get their way quickly enough.

Now, we stand on the precipice of losing the Second Amendment and with it any hope of retaining the others. The Second Amendment stands as the last hope of empowering the individual, to allow them to defend themselves, protect their property and, at times, supply them with food. All of the things they are told the government can handle, despite the overwhelming evidence to the contrary. As they say, when seconds count, the police are just minutes away.

Yes, there are those living on the ragged edge that rely on hunting as a supplement to their income, even today. Though, those people will never be considered in the argument, because the argument is not over people, or children or rights, it is over whether the perpetually offended will be able to exert their tyranny over the individualists they have so long sought to destroy through government dependency. The perpetually offended are really collectivists who seek power over the individual and the whole individualist ideology and by being offended they work their destruction through the courts.

So, this blog has changed, because the recognition that we live in a post-constitutional tyranny is inescapable.

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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Arm The Teachers Or Disband The Schools

It's hard to understand the future from the present. As a follower of Christ, I try to envision what path may lie ahead for me - knowing - having been through it many times - that the way is not clear, that I feel forced into certain situations only to find out that the future I wanted went through the past that I did not want.

So it is for this nation. Right now it is impossible to envision a return to liberty where every law is first judged by the impact to personal liberty and whether the government has the right to impose such a law. It is so distant, this idea of a society based around liberty (the way it was supposed to be before the progressive movement over a hundred years ago got ahold of our government and turned it against liberty) that many can no longer even see it.

Imagine, for a minute, an FCC (we won't argue the right of the FCC to exist right now) that banned any company from registering a mobile telephone where encryption did not absolutely guarantee the privacy of phone calls made over their system and failure to provide this encryption would endanger their license to operate. Very possible, completely doable, but not even attempted by a government in hostility toward the privacy of the individual.

Imagine, for a minute, that a speed limit could not be arbitrarily imposed against the liberty of the people, but the state must first show cause for that limit and studies proving the limit to be a reasonable restriction on the liberty of the people to freely transverse the state and that the limit could and should be regularly challenged in a court of law.

If that seems distant and a little difficult to imagine, you have been brainwashed. No American should even think in terms of being "allowed" to do anything, or forced to give up individual privacy in order to enjoy the benefits of technology. But, it all began before your parents were born and it was done through schools, it was done through incremental steps toward collectivism, where the good of the many out weighed the rights of the one, but that is the exact opposite of the principles that made America a great and powerful nation. (I won't go back into time and reargue the Civil War, or the War of Northern Aggression ((though that better describes it)) or get into the minutia of every aspect of America from its founding. I won't engage in side arguments for a bit here)

The rights of the one should be the starting place of every law. How does it affect the privacy, liberty or property of Joe the bartender? or the farmer? or the doctor? But, we have let this evil dwell within our society and grow to infect even the patriot brain, it is irresistible to some degree.

But now, look at the America that should be for a moment, one as described above and ask yourself, "How do we get there from here?" Seem impossible? That is exactly the vision you have been indoctrinated to accept.

Consider how the last banking crisis was handled (I say last, because it was only one of many throughout American history and it won't be the last). What if, the property rights of the one outweighed the good of powerful? If the rights of the one was inviolable; a brick wall. Would it not have been better during the last banking crisis that anyone current on their loan with the defunct bank would then be the possessor of the land, home, business with whom the loan was contracted? The contract would be void and the land remain with the possessor. Would it not have been better if after a person had paid off $220,000 of a $250,000 home, but lost his job due to the banking crisis, would not have had that home repossessed, but the $30,000 restructured and/or the home sold say for $180,000 and the homeowner reimbursed for all, but the $30,000 owed on the loan at the time of the default?

Of course it would, but the laws have not been made with individual property rights given their proper due. They have been made for reckless bankers and government agencies and powerful organizations. They have been made to make sure that the banking institutions survive their reckless gambling. I know the banking system is much more complicated than I am making it seem, but that's not the point. The fact is, Americans just rolled over and let themselves get raped with all the guilt and shame of any rape victim.

Now, look at the way the gun debate is shaping up. To own a gun is to admit insensitivity to children, perhaps even hostility and why? Because the state owns you. They have proven it many times and in many ways, especially during the last banking crisis and this whole Second Amendment nonsense is just another way they need to make you feel their power, the power of making you feel guilt and shame for owning a gun.

But, if you look at the issue from the proper perspective, the way most gun owners do, that this is one time they will not feel ashamed and guilty for demanding to be treated like an American; a possessor of rights regardless of what laws the powerful Marxists pass in their ridiculous courts of popular opinion. This time the rights of the one outweigh the good of the many, because the rights of the one are in balance with the good of the many and the gun owners know that deep inside, instinctively, but for the Marxist/Collectivist, the Second Amendment is just another law to be sidestepped, shamed out of existence, ridiculed into oblivion.

Now look at schools in the 21st Century, with Skype utilized by millions of people, probably billions worldwide. With the bandwidth available today. Then ask yourselves, why are the American people still sending their precious children to victim congregation centers more populous than a minor league baseball game with no security system whatsoever to defend them from the heinous acts carried out time and time again by drugged up, emotional cripples over a 20 year period.

Are we to accept that the American people, in this technologically intensive time, cannot figure out how to deliver education any other way?  That we must send our precious children into a congregation center with no security system whatsoever, except to hide under a desk or gather in a closet?

Everything the collectivists have done that have cost the lives of all of those students and still, even after the latest bloodbath, armed security in schools is driven from consideration. What do they seek instead? Guns. Why guns? Because of the reason the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor instead of invading California, because they knew that "There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass." That is the direct quote of Isoroku Yamamoto, Commander In Chief of the Imperial Japanese Navy.

What keeps anyone from invading the United States today? What has changed? It is probably worse for an invader today than at any other time in American history. What would the globalists need to do to "invade" our minds and lives? They would have to remove our ability to resist their totalitarian edicts. They would have to turn us into Sweden, now invaded by "refugees" where a woman is more likely to be raped than in the United States, but who has no recourse to that destiny but a rape whistle. They are not even allowed pepper spray, much less a .32 in the purse.

Take away the Second Amendment and we are just next in line for the absolute devastation of our nation. If the Collectivists want to push this far enough, we will have to go through the past we don't want to get to the future we were always meant to have.

Arm the teachers or disband the schools. Surely we can deliver education better in the 21st Century than the method used in the 18th, when gun ownership and the will to use it to defend children were vastly more prescient.

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Monday, February 26, 2018

State of Disunion

A State of Disunion - How to counter the renewed push for gun confiscation

A webinar tonight with David Codrea, Matt Bracken and Stewart Rhodes, please join them if you can, it should be interesting. There is a concerted push to confiscate guns and brainwashing going on right now to eventually end gun ownership in the US.

The Collectivists have been playing the long game before many of us patriots were even aware a game was being played. We have not caught up, yet. Any discussion along these lines is important.

https://www.oathkeepers.org/state-disunion-besieged-sides-outline-portion-tonights-webinar/

Register to access the webinar here: https://www.oathkeepers.org/oath-keepers-webinar-monday-feb-26-2018-800-pm-cst-florida-school-shooting-counter-renewed-efforts-disarm-us/

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Maybe Then

Running just below the surface of America is a disaster. Everyone feels it, you can see it in their eyes. The news is rigged, so nothing disastrous will ever hit the cable to your television unless it advances the collectivist cause. But, that doesn't stop the socialist disasters from happening. The Parkland shooting is a prime example. When the narrative can be aimed at guns and the NRA, it explodes on the television screens, when it turns out that four socialist deputies stood outside, hiding in the bushes while a person known to local law enforcement and the FBI as a serious threat to schools goes on a rampage killing 17 students, it cannot be found.

It is this manipulation that strikes the subconscious, even when it is defended by those with a political agenda. The collectivists know they are sublimating the truth and their eyes show it. The more rabid they are, the harder they are trying to deceive the rest of us and themselves.

All of America at this stage is divided between collectivists and individualists. A great many of those in the government are the staunchest defenders of collectivism, it is how they make their money and fund their retirements and everything an individualist does, except they must take their sustenance from the individualists.

The individualist is the sucker, the rube, who daily goes out into the wilderness of society and tries desperately to beat back the bloodsuckers in government at all levels, battles competitors, wins contracts and bids to not only fund his own endeavors, his own retirement, put his own children through school (often homeschool as sort of a defense against creating more collectivists) and takes on the same burden for all of those collectivists that daily raid his treasure chest and call it their own.

Who would  want to be on the side of the individualist, knowing this all to be fact? None. Except that without the individualist who must be fleeced and dominated to achieve the plunder to be spread upon the waters of those who hate him and daily work to eliminate him from any social interaction or political influence, there would be nothing for the collectivists to spread about.

And, this is the rub, the individualist knows that without him it all falls apart and for a good bit of time he has been able to withstand the onslaught of his collectivist neighbors and still come out ahead, so he will continue to do so, no matter how defamed and despised he is, no matter how many of his support organizations the collectivists demonize and destroy. It is, after all, this spirit, this determination, this grit that built America into the powerful and wealthy society that caught the attention of the collectivists (in 1900). Because the collectivist cannot produce, for that you need individuals with spirit, determination and grit. The collectivist can only slice a hole in the bottom of society and drain the blood from it, so they need rich and powerful societies to attack.

The weakness of the individualist and why it always loses out to the level of attack that has been leveled against America over the past hundred years, especially in the past several decades, is that individualists, unlike collectivists, cannot organize. They cannot work together. Each is a nation among himself. Slowly, they are throttled individually, swallowed up into the collective and eventually converted, assuming the role of a serf. A worker for the grand designs of the collective.

As I watch this play out before my eyes, in my nation, as I become a second-class citizen, a serf for the demands of the collective I search furtively for anyone else who will join me in the counter-attack. But, I recognize that it will have to get a lot worse, before any will join me. The concept of fighting from a position of strength is something unknown to the individualist. Already the precepts of a republic are gone, the promises of the Constitution violated, the belief in the election process non-existent and none of this has inspired the individualist to look to one another and say: "For this we will unite and for no other cause."

I have spent tens of thousands of dollars already trying to organize, trying to inspire, trying to get these individualist to stand as one, just once. They won't. They have reasons, all of them good. What I learned is I am not suited to leadership, which is fine, I only tried out of default, because no one else was trying at all. But, I did not have the right plan, the right strategy, or the right amount of charisma to pull it off, so I wait for "the one" to rise and I will swear my allegiance to "the one."

But now the collectivists smell blood, the blood they have always coveted, the blood of the gun owner. The NRA, GOA and many smaller gun rights organizations are their next targets and 100 million individual gun owners. Clearly enough to bust the collectivist wild weeds down to mere roots, but they won't. I have prayed for the health of my nation to end this collectivist, vote rigging, deep state cabal, but nothing heretofore has happened and when they have the guns, they will have won complete and utter domination and this nation will suffer the fate of Venezuela, bringing down the entire world economy with it.

Maybe then, in the ruins of this great civilization, when we have all been busted down to scraps, to eating our pets, we will find the political courage to stand.

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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Gun Mockumentary

I was contacted by the individual in the tape to alert others to the tactic being used by a Hollywood style documentary maker who is intent upon making the gun rights community look ridiculous and extreme. While he may have fallen victim to the tactic, beware that you do not take part. You can listen to the audio message here:

http://www.vcdl.org/resources/Audio/First_Freedom_Alert.mp4

Monday, February 19, 2018

Child Sacrifice of the Left

These are times that illustrate the reason the United States of America were designed as a REPUBLIC and not a DEMOCRACY. Despite the insistence of politicians to describe our republic as a democracy, it is at just such times as these, of high emotion, that a republic was preferred and not by just a little bit. All of the founders understood that a democracy allows for the majority to decide individual rights based on votes, based on emotion, based on prejudice, but that a republic is designed to ensure individual rights against precisely the hysteria we see in the wake of the Parkland shooting.

At the church I attended last Sunday, a sheriff deputy's car was parked out front and the deputy sheriff was inside, armed and making eye contact with everyone who entered. It was a bit odd to see him standing there in uniform, but at many of the services I attend there are one or two open carry individuals in the congregation, so it wasn't the idea of the weapons being present, but by who presented them. This is the state of our nation. Where there is an occasion for mass killings, there MUST be armed resistance. 

Now, the collectivist left have found a tragedy they think they can exploit. The Parkland, Florida shooting is just what they had in mind to push their gun-grabbing agenda, but there are a few things standing in their way, one is the fact of our republic, even as tattered as it is. Another is the sheer illogical conclusions to which they have come.

First, this is a republic, not a democracy. The majority has absolutely no say in what rights the individual has. Those rights, though often treated as privileges in many states and cities, remain rights, the security of which may have to be defended the old-fashioned way, through force. Chief among them is the right to self-defense using whatever tools one is most comfortable with, including and especially guns. This is not up for debate, it is not even up for discussion. Hold all of the meetings and all of the discussions that one chooses to have, but it still comes down to having to enforce whatever law is agreed upon by people who were not elected to arbiter our rights away, but to defend them with the full force of law. Granted, they may take the coward's way out, they are good at that, but then it falls to us to enforce our own rights. One only possesses the rights they are willing to defend with their lives.

Second, their conclusion that some sort of gun restrictions will end school shootings is absolutely false. There are only two solutions to school shootings: 1) end public schools and the congregation of hundreds of children in the same place at the same time; 2) harden those schools with armed guards, administrators and/or teachers. Simply putting the weapons in their hands will stop mass killings at schools. It has worked at every venue it has been tried, schools are no different. 

If those solutions are not part of the discussion, then there can be no solution at all and only a gigantic social upheaval that will make the occasional school shooting pale in comparison to the carnage served up by one section of the nation deciding to debilitate, unarm and make victims of the other half. Everywhere there is strict gun control there is rampant crime, a concentration of gang violence and murder rates that are unacceptable to those of us who understand what a republic is and how it works.

No one clamoring for gun restrictions today will have to stand in front of the murder victims of tomorrow and explain their point of view to the widows and orphans caused by their emotional stupidity. They will not have to explain why, having got their way today, that, their cities have increased in theft, rape, murder or home invasion. Every day these crimes are stopped by those defending themselves with weapons, with guns and some statistical increase will never draw an accusing finger in their direction. It is simply emotional reaction to a problem easily solved, yet completely ignored in the 19 years since the school shooting at Columbine High School.   

To be even more blunt, it is the administrators, the teachers and the cities that have caused the rash in school shootings over the past 19 years, because they will not recognize reality and set their political (collectivist) leanings aside for fear of encouraging the proliferation of guns, even though that is exactly what has been prescribed for this issue and proven time and time again elsewhere. It is a particularly cruel ideology that offers up these children, purposely defenseless over and over to whatever demented individual commandeers a weapon just so they will not be seen as losing some political argument. But, they have lost and what they have lost are the lives of other people's children.

But, let us not enter into this effort to confiscate our weapons with any other intent than to make it the first shot in the inevitable civil war, because even suffering one more compromise only leads us to the future, where many more are envisioned. This issue should not be settled with anything less than a division of the nation into smaller, pieces more likely to secure our liberties, because this old framework has been cracked and nothing resembling the republic will remain once they accomplish a disarmament.

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