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Jan 04 2013

Open Thread


Via Get Involved! You Live Here, on a tip from Val D.

20 Responses to “Open Thread”

  1. St. Gilbert says:

    Another cover -up? You bet.

    “…with the United States’ continued backing of some of the cruelest dictatorships in the world, our entire planet is but one spark away from a fire that could very well consume us all.’

  2. Secret Squirrel says:

    A recent study showed that keeping abortion legal will eventually control the population of liberals; however, more must be done to control this scourge. The recent study continues with the need for a campaign of suck and swallow instead of f**k must be implemented in order to make sure that the liberal scourge is successfully contained and eventually eliminated.

  3. St. Gilbert says:

    Are Americans prepared to give up their guns? Video included tells the truth about assault rifles.

  4. Bob Roberts says:

    Putnam County, NY refuses to give gun owner info to paper.

    A county clerk has refused to release names and addresses of residents with pistol permits.

    Connecticut lawmaker wants names of gun owners to be made public

    Lawmakers in Connecticut – still stunned from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting – are moving forward with legislation that could make public the names and addresses of 170,000 handgun permit holders in the state.
    The measure, introduced by state Rep. Stephen Dargan, is the latest effort to clamp down on guns in Connecticut. If passed, the bill would reverse a 20-year decision by state lawmakers to keep the personal information confidential. The legislation would make the information fair game under the state’s Freedom of Information Act.

    Didn’t I just see this idea… on a MOONBATTERY THREAD?

    Coulter Tears Into Liberal Gun Hypocrisy: Why Can’t We Publish List Of Women Who Get Abortions?

    Feinstein’s attack on the 2nd Amendment likely to hit the floor January 22nd.

    LGBTQ turns on Obama

    A pro-lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender group issued a statement today urging President Barack Obama not to nominate Chuck Hagel as secretary of defense.


    Barney Frank admitted this morning on MSNBC that he has asked Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick to pick him to replace John Kerry in the Senate

    St. Gilbert says:
    January 4, 2013 at 10:50 pm
    Another cover -up? You bet.

    I don’t know about all that. Sounds rather far-fetched.

    You hear about this?

    Iranian officials have instructed residents of Isfahan to leave the city, renewing concerns that a nearby nuclear site could be leaking radioactive material.

    An edict issued Wednesday by Iranian authorities orders Isfahan’s one-and-a-half million people to leave the city “because pollution has now reached emergency levels,” the BBC reported.

    However, outside observers suspect that the evacuation order may corroborate previous reports indicating that a uranium enrichment facility near Isfahan had been leaking radioactive material.

  5. Stan Back says:

    A new study shows I don’t give a rat’s ass what some yellow whore presstitute government bootlicker stenographers have to say about anything. If they say the sun is out you can bet I’ll look out the window because I don’t believe anything lying whores have to say.

  6. Smorfia48 says:

    Not for the first time, moonbat newspapers give their support to child rapists, and give an uncritical, unchallenged platform to a convicted pervert to claim that children enter into such “relationships” consentually and that they’re not harmed by being molested:

  7. Steve says:

    FOX NEWS continues to dominate the State Controlled Media – for the 11th Straight Year Fox is in #1 viewers !!!

  8. A. Levy says:

    Re: “Much tougher” gun laws wanted for NYS by comrade Cuomo:

    “The Senate [Republicans] only want to go after illegal guns, while the Assembly [Democrats] only want to go after legal guns,” a source with knowledge of the talks said. “This has been the disagreement for years and they are still far apart and the governor is trying to bridge that gap…”


  9. Spider says:

    Someday, (if) the American people ever wake up, they must ask themselves a very serious question. That being, “does the press, given the fact that they are now openly and overtly acting as political agents for the Democrat party, deserve to keep it’s unlimited Constitutional protections“?

    The First Amendment grants “freedom of the press”, but it says nothing about protecting “political operatives”. It also says nothing about protecting liars.

  10. dan says:

    …just commented at Ben Crystal@Personal Liberty Digest
    about the O being in the surf frolicking while simultaneously solving the Fiscal-cliff-crisis in DC
    and it was pointed out that he had already done that trick bt being born in Kenya and Hawaii at the same time.
    Hence forth he must be referred to as not the Emperor O,
    but as the Time-master Emperor O

  11. Dr. 9 says:

    So basically, that pic is saying the MSM can sell anything they want to the American sheeple, so long as it’s nicely packaged. Obviously, the only thing wrong with that claim is that it’s true.

    It is not just a statement about an all-too-powerful MSM. It’s more about an all-too-weak, gullible, and mindless people who will believe almost anything they’re told, even if their own eyes and minds tell them it’s not true.

  12. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    As we watch Gregory’s violation of DC gun law disappear down the memory hole, another man just trying to get to the gun range to practice for the US Marshall service test wonders why the double standard

    Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan told The Washington Times, “We feel it was a valid arrest, and the appropriate charges were brought.” Moments later, a spokesman for the D.C. attorney general’s office, Ted Gest, called and provided the exact same quote. Mr. Gest added that, despite Mr. Brinkley’s acquittal, the ruling “doesn’t mean the judge is right, and we’re wrong.”

    Mr. Brinkley believes the “Meet the Press” anchor is receiving special treatment because of his high-profile job. “I’m an average person,” Mr. Brinkley said in an exclusive interview with The Washington Times. “There seems to be a law for us and a law for the upper echelon.”

    Mr. Brinkley was publicly humiliated, thrown in jail and forced to spend money to defend himself for violating a law that millions of viewers watched the NBC anchor violate. If D.C. is going to have this pointless law, it should at least be enforced fairly.

  13. Ummah Gummah says:


    A new study – conducted by CAIR – shows that you can go on a fitness jihad and live to tell about it on the side of a bus:


  14. Maudie N Mandeville says:

    Dennis Prager quote: Ever since I attended college, I have been convinced that either “studies” confirm what common sense suggests or that they are mistaken.

    and very expensive.

  15. Bill T says:

    2012 Year of the Gun

    2012 was busiest year in NICS history. Each month in 2012 saw a record number of background checks set for that month with December showing an all-time record of 2,783,765 checks. November 2012 was the first month to exceed two million checks (2,006,919) in the history of the system.

    What state buys the most guns?

  16. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Krugman for Treasury Secretary ???
    When your economic policies are the consistency of insanity, why not ?

    Krugman vs Schiff

    Maybe Krugman can “fix” those Baltic countries first

  17. grayjohn says:

    A new study says Obama is a lying traitor and the MSM lines up to suck him off everyday…

  18. Bill T says:

    Bob Roberts
    St. Gilbert says: January 4, 2013 at 10:50 pm
    Another cover -up? You bet.

    US plane reportedly leaves Iran after making emergency landing

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