Report: Banners to endorse Ralph Northam

“Birds of a feather flock together,” os it is no surprise that Bloomberg’s Banners will endorse Ralph Northam for governor of Virginia.

Virginia, is our third most populous state but ranks 48th overall for crime. While our National robbery rate is 101.9, making Virginia’s robbery rate slightly more than half the national rate. the national average, and putting the State in 37th place nationally, out of 51. If the hit and run crime across Maryland and the District of Columbia’s borders were eliminated, Virginia would rank a solid 49th in the 50 States and the District.

And all his good news is a result of the Old Dominion’s relatively sane gun laws. Something Ralph Nrotham and Michael Bloomberg are deterimned to change. So a gun banner, Ralph Northam, will get a few million from Bloomberg’s Bottomless Bounty, and Ralph Northam gets an endorsement.

And if Ra;ph Northam gets his way, Virginia will move up to 35th in the national crime statistics by 2022. And of course the media will not know what happened but they will be sure it would not have happened if there had been more gun control.

It is our job to prevent that catastrophe. By election day every Virginia should know the facts the media suppresses, such as Virginia’s relatively low crime rates – and that Ralph Northam wants to eliminate the cause of those low rates.

Stranger

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SCOTIS Limits Plaintiff’s Right To Venue Shop

The Justice System has been plagued with lawyers who, search for judges whose position is likely agree with the plaintiff’s position. Moving a case from a court whose judges are likely to familiar with the background of an issue can make the differenc3e between certain defeat and “taking it to the Supreme Court.”

That practice has caused great expense, since the results are about the same as judges haning out signs reading “Favorable judgements, $25,000.”

Fox News reports the the Supreme Court has sharply limited plaintiff’s right to “shop around for a judge.”

That should be a very good thing, so three cheers for the Court.

STranger

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Critical Election In Georg 6 Today

This is the runoff for the Georgia 6th District seat, pitting gun control advocate Jon Ostoff against a frined of ours, Kay Handel, who is a friend of ours.

The ANti’s have a party man who will vote as ordered, and their funders and our gun rights are at stake.

Stranger

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Apologies For The no-Post Day

I probably will not be here long, just a just the after effects a short Friday night followed by no=sleep Saturday and Sunday nights.

Nothing serious, just a minor medical condition that, if I were actually allergic to pain, would have me broke out all over.

See tomorrow, if not before.

Stranger

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No Hate Speech Exemption To First Amendment”

The Washington Post reports the Supreme Court,by 9-0 vote, reaffirmed the “there is no hate speech exemption to the First Amendment.

Very good. While actual hate speech should not be uttered as a matter of common decency, the left has started talking about contradicting thier line on many subjects as “hate speech.”

If you don not have at lest free political speech, and gun control is basically political, you cannot have a free country.

Stranger

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Plenty Of Anti-Gun Activity In The News

Soros. Bloomberg, and Co seems to have decided if ten million a month won’t do, they will go for twenty five. My guess is the usual suspects have decided it is worth it to buy a ban and forget it.

Of course, Virginia does have moderately rational gun laws, unlike one of its neighbors in p particular,and it has much lower violent crime rates to show for it. For 2015, 3rd in population and 48th in violent cirme.

That spread you about the effectiveness of the very restrictive laws the District has imposed, wich ranks 50th for population and NUMBER Q on crime. Right across the river from Virginia, and much of the District of Columbia.

And from Maryland, which ranks Maryland, which ranks 19th for population and 12tgh for for population and 12th for violent cirme.

But even with a wave of criminal humanity crossing bridges into Mary and the District,Virginia ranks near the bottom for crime.

Of couirse,Virginia’ overly restrictive gun laws were not much help to Congressman Scalese. But the Austro-Hungarian Empire’s extremely rigid gun laws did nto help Archduke Ferdinand, either. If someone is determined to so something, there are plenty of underworld guns available.

Stranger

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How Much Has Gun Control Cost The United States?

You can drop a question at any comment, you don’t have to make it a contact comment. Bu anyway, Schatse vot New Canaan asks a reasonable question.

Starting on November 30, 1963, hiw much has gun control cost the United States.

In 1963 dollars or 2017 minibucks?

What do you reckon the cost of a human life at?

Do you count a permanently disabled person as a net loss, or a partial loss.

And tehen it gets comples.

REscoining in 1963 dollars, when a fully loaded Oldsmobile 98 was around $3000 fp a sjar[ bargaomer. with no trade in, and paying cash. we reckon the overall cost of gun control at $2,000,000,000,000 (Two trillion) USD – or in micorbucks about seven times that.

Saving the entertainment industry’s profits has surely been a costly proposition.

Strangver

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Alernet Says The Experts Keep Missing The Point

I see Alternet, the far left webstie reportedly set up by George Soros to spread teh poison of missing the point on gun control.

in a rational society, the point of the purpose of restrictions on privately owned weapons would be to keep the ruling eite alive.

Alternately, the point of restrictive gun laws would be to prevent the law abiding from coming to the defense of htier rulers.

As a second alternative the purpose of restrictions on civilian weapns would be to keep criminals from obtaining weapons and victimizing the citizens.

The only true, and disgraceful answer is the first, to keep the ruling elite alive after they have stolen too much from the commons.

So it is neither the Republicans nor the public that misses the point of gun control. and misses that point rather badly.

But then, what do you expect from a bull Socialist.

STranger

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What Gun Control Has Cost Maine

Maine’s chart of violent crimes reported is like a new ending to a bad rerun. Gun control did exactly what it was predicted to do in 1968, but instead of keeping on rising.

That is nota sur[rose.somce we jave noted the same response several times,particularly in European countries wehre the population shares the same religion and culture, And in countries where law mandates at least a large part of the population to own guns.

For a change, let me refer those who wish to verify the numbers presented here may do so at this convenient website maintained by the Disaster Center or by consulting the original printed FBI Uniform Crime Report from the collection in many police headquarters.

And, for a change in this stretch run of the “Cost of gun control” series, let’s put the chart before the details:

Isn’t that a nice change from Sates where gun control pressure kept violent numbers and rates rising, and where Bloomberg’s Banners activities are driving up violent crime rates now.

In 1960, before gun control was an issue, Maine’s population was 992,000, and Maine Law Enforcement Agencies reported just 289 violent crimes, including 16 murders and 77 robberies.

In 963, when the entertainment industry decided to make gun control an issue MaineLESA’s reported 277 violent crimes,.

1964 was the first full year of Hollywood’s gun ban drive, and Main authorities reported 306 violent crimes, sending the violent crime rate soaring to 51.2 per 100,000, or about 1/8th today’s National rate.

1968 marked the fifth year of Hollywood’s gun ban campaign, and the year Lyndon Johnson sighed his Gun Control Acto of 1968. Taht year, Maine LEA’s reported 621 violent crimes to the FBI.

1969 was the first full year of Federal gun controls, Maine authorities reported 733 violent cirmes to the FBI.

1973 marked the fifth full year of fifth full year of gun control in Maine, and tht year Maine LEA’s reported 22 murders, up from 16, 213 robberies, up from 77.smf 943 serious assaults, up from only 148.

Viooent crime continued to climb,reaching a peak of 2,458 in 1977. That year, Mainers reported a total of 2,3254 violent crimes,including 26 murders, 420 robberies, and 1.845 seroius assaults.

And then, the rise in rise in crime stopped. Why? Because new gun laws stopped making it through the Legislature.

Mainers were already well armed, so gun control did not much decrease the inherent risk of criminal aggression and while the population grew, the decline in crime rates offset that growth.

And,if yoiu have wondered why Maine’s Congressional Delegation is a “go along to get along” bunch,for the most part, they don’t have to live with the costs of gun cotnrol at home.

That price was paid in lives lost,permanently disabling injuries, medical costs, lost wages, disability payments, lost of companionship, Property destroyed, damaged or stolen, and the cost of greatly expanded law enforcement and incarceration.

It is time and past time for Congress to join the real world and end this plague of violence by preempting all STate and local gun laws, and levying a resonable penalty, $100,000 a day or more, for those who attempt to enforce preempted gun laws, or those who attempt to circumvent preemption with new restrictions.

STrnager

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2018, Senate Democrats Who Must Run Or Retire

As hard as it is to believe, the 2018 elections are less barely 16 months away. That means time is growing short to selecte a Candidate,and get a campaign off the gorund in time to win an election.

Every House member must run for reelection every two years, so if your Congressman or Congresswoman is an ANTI, it is time to change the defective bulb. Find a candidate, and push.

Much the same thing happens in the senate, but Senators terms are six years, only one third of the Senate will be forced to reup or resign.

Due to the Obama landslide of 2012,a lot of Democrats werw swept int office in 2012, and are waiting to be swept out with the other rubbish in 2018. Accordingly, here is a list of “Z” rated ANTI-Party Senators who have hung around Wshington much too long.

If one of these is your Senator, find a good candidate and put them in office. Just remember,every Democrat either takes orders from Party leadership, or loses all their seniority and committee assignments, becoming essentially a nobody on the hill. The case of Rep. John Dingell {D-MI], proves the point.

In 1992, John was a solid friend in Congress,a staunch 2A supporter,and an NRA director. According to several reports, somone from the DNC called John, and said “Dingell, Hillary wants you to know that if you vote against the Assault Weapons Ban you will be stripped of all seniority and all committee assignments. You have one hour to call Hillary and pledge your votge.”

So Rep. John Dingell resigned his NRA directorship, and voted like a good little Democrat,against gun rights and for gun confiscation.

The members of the Senate who are vulnerable to that sort of blackmail and that are up for reelection in 2018 are:

1. Baldwin, Tammy – (D – WI) *

2. Brown, Sherrod – (D – OH)

3. Cantwell, Maria – (D – WA)

4. Cardin, Benjamin L. – (D – MD)

5. Carper, Thomas R. – (D – DE)

6. Casey, Robert P., Jr. – (D – PA) I

7. Donnelly, Joe – (D – IN)

8. Feinstein, Dianne – (D – CA)

9. Gillibrand, Kirsten E. – (D – NY)

10. Heinrich, Martin – (D – NM)

11. Heitkamp, Heidi – (D – ND)

12. Hirono, Mazie K. – (D – HI)

13. Kaine, Tim – (D – VA)

14. King, Angus S., Jr. – (I – ME)

15 Klobuchar, Amy – (D – MN)

16. Manchin, Joe, III – (D – WV)

17. McCaskill, Claire – (D – MO)

18. Menendez, Robert – (D – NJ)

19. Murphy, Christopher – (D – CT) I

20 Nelson, Bill – (D – FL)

21. Sanders, Bernard – (I – VT)

22. Stabenow, Debbie – (D – MI)

23.0Tester, Jon – (D – MT)

24.0Warren, Elizabeth – (D – MA)

25. Whitehouse, Sheldon – (D – RI)

Heidi Heitkamp has kep a very low profil on most of our issues, and froim the way she votes I strongly would do a good job for the womenfolks if the Party allowed. But the rest of these are diehard Democratic Socilaists, who think no progress can be made until the people are unable to resist the State. Even when the State’s demands are criminal in themselves, such as the Holocaust.

And realistically, there are six of those that are probably out of our grasp at this time. We are very unlikely to send Maxie Hirono home, for example.

But we have a much better than even chance on 12, and better than even on 7. If we work for a pro-gun, pro-Constitution Senator and if our community votes.
We have the votes, we have the money, so it boils down to “can we make the time?”

We had better, because there is no replacement for America for at least 600 years.

Stranger

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