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  1. 3 points
    The Left in this country is taking an interesting tactic in this election cycle. Rather than telling us why they’ll be better for the country than the Republican Party, Leftists are warning of just how awful things will be if they’re not elected. It may sound familiar. In fact, it can be argued this is their normal tactic. However, things are different this time. You see, when you have celebrities warning that if you don’t vote for their preferred candidate, there will be massive violence, things have gone in an…interesting direction. That’s exactly where we are. Character actor James Cromwell was honored at the fourth annual Carney Awards, where he used his platform to call for change in the United States and warn of violence if President Trump and his allies remain in office. Cromwell, a noted character actor known for roles in projects such as “Babe,” “The Green Mile,” “Big Hero 6,” “Boardwalk Empire” and “American Horror Story,” is also a political activist who has worked with organizations such as the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. He’s frequently been arrested for his role in planned, peaceful protests at places like SeaWorld and a natural gas power plant in New York. Speaking to Variety at the event, he warned of the turn that he sees America taking and cautioned there will be “blood in the streets” if Republicans remain in control. “This is nascent fascism. We always had a turnkey, totalitarian state — all we needed was an excuse, and all the institutions were in place to turn this into pure fascism,” Cromwell said. “If we don’t stop [President Trump] now, then we will have a revolution for real. Then there will be blood in the streets.” “It’s a nice country you have here. It would be a shame if anything happened to it.” Please. Cromwell’s “warning” isn’t anything new. We already know there will probably be blood in the streets. It’ll be caused by Democrats who can’t seem to handle the fact that there are people in this country with the temerity to *GASP* disagree with them. It’s only been a minor miracle that we haven’t already had that. It damn sure hasn’t been for lack of trying. But the problem with Cromwell’s prediction is that it places blame for any violence on those who didn’t vote for Democrats. It’s the abusive spouse yelling, “Look what you made me do!” It’s a mobster warning that you either do what the don wants you to do or your business goes up in flames, then saying it’s all your fault. Of course, Cromwell also seems to think we have “always had a turnkey, totalitarian state.” Maybe if he and his friends weren’t so obsessed with destroying actual, honest to God freedom, such a state wouldn’t exist, but we haven’t always had that. The Constitution is ideally formed to prevent just that. It’s only too bad that people like Cromwell have done everything they can to make the document irrelevant in this day and age. But, then again, what else do you expect from someone who plays pretend for a living? The post Actor James Cromwell Warns Of ‘Blood In The Streets’ If Dems Lose appeared first on Bearing Arms. View the full article
  2. 3 points
    I totally agree. This law was co-opted, compromised and falsely defined by the NWO globalist enemies of our country to help destabilize us. The intent was and is that for a baby born in the United States to automatically be eligible for citizenship is that one of their biological parents are already a US citizen. No more illegal alien anchor babies!
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    Piers Morgan can probably be excused for being anti-gun. After all, he’s not American. He’s a British subject, which means he didn’t grow up in the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave. However, what he can’t be excused for is continuing to interject himself into the gun debate despite all that. The latest example of his efforts is a simple tweet. It’s enough that I feel like I need to respond, not just for me but for all of us. Dear America, I know this is a crazy idea from an ignorant foreigner – but why don't you just TRY giving up some of your guns, to see what happens? Start with the AR-15, which is now used in almost every mass shooting. Make it more difficult, not easier, for lunatics to murder. pic.twitter.com/m49n7s8f2U — Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) October 28, 2018 Dear Piers, To answer your question in the above tweet, about why we don’t just TRY giving up some of our guns to see what happens, I’m afraid that my answer, as an American, is “no.” The reasons are many, but I’ll touch on a few of them. For one thing, we’ve tried it. The National Firearms Act of 1934 put heavy restrictions on a number of firearms, basically making it very difficult to obtain certain guns, including machine guns. Guess what happened? Not much of anything. Criminals continued to get the machine guns despite lawmakers’ best efforts. Then we had the Gun Control Act of 1964 which made it more difficult for people to get guns. It didn’t stop the criminals, mind you, just the law-abiding citizens who jumped through the hoops. Do you know what we found? We found that when we started to liberalize gun laws, crime actually went down. Now, that’s a correlation and correlation doesn’t equal causation, but if more guns led to more crime, the correlation would have gone the other way. It didn’t. In fact, despite the current anti-gun hysteria, crime rates continue to trend downward. That alone would have been enough grounds to disagree with you. However, there’s yet another one, one that I’m sure that you won’t understand as a British subject. After all, many Americans don’t get it either, and that’s how we don’t give up rights because they’re unpleasant or inconvenient. I know that the UK prosecuted a guy for teaching a pug to make a Hitler salute. You guys aren’t huge on rights over there, and a lot of Americans aren’t either, I’m afraid. But for a lot of us, we jealously guard our rights, especially the right to keep and bear arms. Many of us, myself included, wouldn’t be remotely interested in giving up even some of our guns even if you could demonstrate hard proof that doing so would reduce all crime, not just mass shootings. It’s not because we’re immune to the sorrow people feel after such atrocities, but because we recognize that even if we banned AR-15s outright, there would still be mass shootings. Santa Fe High School should be ample proof of that. So no, I don’t think we’re going to give up some of our guns. You have every right to disagree with that, but we don’t care. We’re not subjects, people who forfeit their rights at the whim of Parliment. We’re Americans with rights enshrined and protected in the Constitution. If you don’t like it, that’s fine, but do consider just going the hell away. We fought an entire war to make it clear that England had no say in American politics, so we don’t really care about your thoughts on the subject. Don’t go away mad, Piers. Just go away. The post An Open Letter To Piers Morgan appeared first on Bearing Arms. View the full article
  4. 3 points
    Hello everyone, I am one of those People looking to get others involved in correcting the broken, fraudulent “system” and restoring the republic. I have done extensive research and have ways we can take back our country without a shot being fired. But then again, the Elitists will not surrender their criminal cartel willingly I assume, so maybe that is wishful thinking. Anyway, there are ways you can remove your self from the system, that is not a typo, I mean your ...... self as in the living Man from the legal fiction we have all been duped and trapped into believing is the real body of us. The current system is corporate and bankrupt, they are using us as chattel paper and debt slaves. We must correct our status and claim what is rightfully ours, freedom, liberty and the right to own property. Good to be here.
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  6. 3 points
    Over 100 isis members discovered in the invasian caravan from Guatemala. Those were only the ones caught. Stay vigilant
  7. 3 points
    Missouri’s Sen. Claire McCaskill is in a precarious spot. She’s a Democrat elected to statewide office in a state that Donald Trump won by something like 20 points. As such, she can’t afford to be seen as too much of a radical leftist. If she is, she’s done. That’s probably why she was so upset earlier this year when the NRA handed her an “F” grade on her support of gun rights. She can’t afford to be seen as anti-gun as that’s a big no-no in conservative circles. However, thanks to a Project Veritas investigation, it looks like the only reason McCaskill didn’t get the grade she deserved was that there’s nothing worse than an “F.” Senator McCaskill Talks Gun Bans on Tape Senator McCaskill revealed her intention to vote on various gun control measures in undercover footage: MCCASKILL: “Well if we elect enough Democrats we’ll get some gun safety stuff done. They won’t let us vote on it, we’ve got 60 votes for a number of measures that would help with gun safety, but McConnell won’t let ’em come to the floor.” JOURNALIST: “Like bump stocks, ARs and high capacity mags…?” MCCASKILL: “Universal background checks, all of that… But if we have the kind of year I think we might have I think we could actually be in a position to get votes on this stuff on the floor and we’d get 60 [votes]…” JOURNALIST: “So you would be on board with the bump stocks and… high capacity mags.” MCCASKILL: “Of course! Of course!” Despite her strong views on gun control, Senator McCaskill does not tend to promote them on the campaign trail or on her website. Rob Mills, who works on Senator McCaskill’s campaign, says that is “…because she has a bunch of Republican voters.” Another individual who works on Senator McCaskill campaign, Carson Pope, adds that “…a semi-automatic rifle ban is more so what she would support.” “People just can’t know that.” According to Mills, Senator McCaskill conceals her support of Moms Demand Action, a gun control group, and other similar organizations because they would “…hurt her ability to get elected.” MILLS: “But she doesn’t openly go out and support groups like ‘Mom’s Demand Action’ or just like other groups that are related to that. Because that could hurt, her ability to get elected. Because people like see that and they’re like well I don’t want to support her even though they stand for the same policies…” MILLS: “She’s worked out stuff with Mom’s Demand Action to make sure that she can support their goals without supporting the organization openly. And you know, Mom’s Demand Action does the exact same thing. Like a lot of our volunteers are actually from there. She’s really good about strategy and making sure she has a goal and can get there.” In other words, McCaskill is trying to play the people of Missouri for suckers, especially when it comes to guns. McCaskill is can argue that her NRA grade is too low, but her own people are suggesting that it’s just as warranted as Dianne Feinstein’s grade. She’s a gun grabber, plain and simple. She supports bump stock bans, high-capacity magazine bans, and a ban on semi-automatic rifles. Keep in mind that the AR-15 and the AK-47 are far from the only semi-automatic rifles on the market. It doesn’t matter to her. She apparently wants to ban them. Well, the voters of Missouri can see all of that now. If they elect her to another term, then they almost deserve what happens next. The problem is, McCaskill is a United States Senator. The rest of us will feel the pain if Missouri sends her back to Congress. About all we can do is make sure to elect enough pro-gun candidates that McCaskill’s radical agenda never sees the light of day. But it’s far better if she’s sitting at home while Congress is in session from now on. The post Project Veritas Finds Claire McCaskill More Anti-Gun Than She Portrays appeared first on Bearing Arms. View the full article
  8. 3 points
    God bless America, life is good in the Upstate.
  9. 3 points
    The first thing you should realize is you must ignore (for the most part) the previous presidents party affiliations. There is a reason the political machine is called 1 snake with 2 heads. The parties were moving in the same direction. Democrats on the fast track, Republicans on the slower track but both going in the same direction. Read “Trading with the Enemy Act” and realize exactly who was/is the enemy. Then these EO make sense when you see these are designed to stop The People from ever recovering the Republic from the Globalist, the NWO puppets. Some times you need to look outside the box which is created to keep you indoctrinated, and look at research of others who came. before us. There is a plethora of information here: http://www.apfn.org/apfn/1933.htm Also, google/research “John B Nelson” .of Colorado. I heard of him in 1996 from some folks who had taken his seminar in Las Vegas. The 3rd day of the seminar was only for those who had paid the $4000 for it, they were sworn to confidentiality and were told not to share the material they received with anyone. My friends kept their word but they told me it was worse than anyone imagined and without the previous 2 days of materials and info, one would not believe it. Here is a link to a pdf of his letter to the people of Colorado. http://www.usa-the-republic.com/emergency powers/Senate_Report_No._93-549.pdf
  10. 2 points
    For better or worse, we’re in what some have termed a cold civil war. For the last several years, we’ve seen riots aplenty. We’ve seen opponents of President Trump assault their opposition. They’ve thrown Molotov cocktails and bottles with M80s inside, all designed to hurt or kill their opponents. Violence has been bubbling up for some time. While there have been examples of people from what is termed as this side of the aisle being violent, the “bomber” of recent memory and the driver of the car in Charlottesville who killed a protestor, these acts have been dwarfed by the countless acts of violence perpetrated by Leftists. None of that matters, according to one “expert.” I spoke to Daryl Johnson, the former Department of Homeland Security analyst who created a big stir when he authored a leaked report in 2009 warning of a rise in right-wing extremist activity. Conservatives reacted with outrage, and the Obama administration decided it needed to do damage control. But Johnson was onto something, and he has since launched a consulting company that studies domestic extremism and advises law enforcement about it. An edited and condensed version of our conversation follows. Q: Your 2009 report talked about the rise in right-wing extremism as a reaction to Barack Obama’s election and the financial crash. What are the ingredients now? A: We’ve had almost eight years of far right groups recruiting, radicalizing, and growing in strength. Typically during Republican administrations we see a decrease in activity. But under this administration they continue to operate at a heightened level. One reason why is the rhetoric coming from Donald Trump. Building a border wall, deporting immigrants, a travel ban on Muslim countries – these are themes discussed on white nationalist message boards and websites for years, now being endorsed and talked about at the highest levels of the government. He’s retweeted messages about Muslims from conspiracy sites. What keeps these groups energized and active is the fact that the administration has mainstreamed their message and tried to put it forth as policy. Q: Why do these groups usually go into decline during other Republican administrations? A: Militias and anti-government groups get energized under a Democrat because of fear of gun control; the hate groups get active because of liberal Democratic policies extending rights to immigrants, gays, and minorities. During Republican administrations the fear and paranoia get dialed back because they feel the administrations are not going to repeal gun rights or extend rights to minority groups. Q: This is different. A: Yup. Because of the viciousness of the rhetoric painting Democrats as evil and corrupt. And the different themes that resonate with extremists. You’ll note a profound lack of anyone even mentioning the near constant violence from Leftists in this. So why are we really the threat? Why are they saying we are so radicalized? It’s simple. We didn’t want to give up our guns and we still don’t. We recognize that taking away our gun rights means there is no way to defend any of the rest of our rights, so we refuse to budge and are willing to fight to keep them. Literally. Here’s the difference that’s being missed, though. Yes, many on the Right have created groups designed to fight any attempts at gun confiscation and are willing to fight over other potential provocations too, but they were remarkably quiet during the Obama administration. They didn’t like him, and they didn’t trust him, but they trusted the process to keep him more or less in check. They didn’t destroy private property every few months. They didn’t assault people with things like bike locks over political disagreements. They didn’t do any of that. They just quietly prepared in case they needed to act. Now, we can talk about how well they prepared some other time, but we all know that’s what they did. Yet somehow, the Right is still the dangerous ones? Really? Look, if you follow history, you’ll see that the Left has always been more violent than the Right. The Left sees its opponents as less than human, thus willing to hurt or kill to advance its agenda. It’ll even use the guns it decries to help advance its cause. But if you or I want to hold onto our guns, we’re right-wing extremists. Some things never change. The post Despite Constant Left-Wing Violence, The Right Is ‘Real’ Threat appeared first on Bearing Arms. View the full article
  11. 2 points
    Thank you for that link! I have shared it. I saw in the article where many college students thought: “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs” was actually in the Constitution! I recognized it at once as Marxism. What are they teaching kids in high school and why aren’t the parents aware?
  12. 2 points
    If you really want to see the behind scene YouTube serial brain 2. And Google gematria it's crazy what is going on behind the curtians.
  13. 2 points
    Over the weekend, as if there hadn’t been enough crap going down for last week, a reportedly walked into a Pittsburgh Synagogue and started shooting. The Tree of Life Synagogue played host to unimaginable carnage as at least 11 people were killed and four police officers responding to the incident were wounded. In a rampage described as among the deadliest against the Jewish community in the United States, the assailant stormed into the Tree of Life Congregation, where worshipers had gathered in separate rooms to celebrate their faith, and shot indiscriminately into the crowd, shattering what had otherwise been a peaceful morning. The assailant, identified by law enforcement officials as [Redacted], fired for several minutes and was leaving the synagogue when officers, dressed in tactical gear and armed with rifles, met him at the door. According to the police, Mr. Bowers exchanged gunfire with officers before retreating back inside and barricading himself inside a third-floor room. He eventually surrendered. [The alleged killer], 46, was injured by gunfire, although the authorities said it was unclear whether those wounds were self-inflicted or whether the police had shot him. He was in stable condition Saturday at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Federal officials charged [him] with 29 criminal counts. They included obstructing the free exercise of religious beliefs — a hate crime — and using a firearm to commit murder. He also faces state charges, including 11 counts of criminal homicide, six counts of aggravated assault and 13 counts of ethnic intimidation. The authorities said that he had no previous criminal history. The killer reportedly entered the synagogue and yelled, “Kill all Jews” before opening fire, hence the authorities’ decision to call this one a hate crime. While I’m not a fan of the term, even I have to agree that if you’re going to use it, this crime is a prime example of one. One key thing we know about the gunman is that supposedly unlike the alleged bomber earlier in the week, this guy was not a fan of President Trump. Instead, he reportedly believed Trump was a globalist and was being controlled by the Jews. In other words, this guy was a grade-A anti-semite who finally took his hate way too far. Unfortunately, 11 people are now dead and others are wounded. The least surprising thing is that this has led to renewed calls for gun control as anti-gunners seize on the moment and use the corpses of the slain as their soapbox. There were armed guards at Columbine, Virginia Tech, Pulse, the high schools in Parkland and Santa Fe, and on and on. A deranged civilian with an AR-15 and a death wish will always overpower security guards. The @NRA wants us to continue escalating this arms race. Pittsburgh https://t.co/iT9GMCbREo — Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) October 27, 2018 And it should be noted that armed guards helped end Santa Fe, in particular, well before it got as bad as it could have. The same could have been true of Parkland if he hadn’t waited outside. Virginia Tech had a police department, sure, but there were no guards on the building where that shooting took place, meaning they had to respond. Columbine also did have armed guards…who reportedly saved a lot of lives with their response. In other words, guards do well work. They may not prevent an attack, but they can damn sure minimize it. But there were no guards in Pittsburgh. Now, we will dig in and fight this renewed debate all over again. We’ll deal with think pieces that supposedly lay down the reality without a clue in the world of what they’re talking about. We’ll have to refight gun control in Congress and in state legislatures all over the country. All of that pales to the fact that 11 people are dead. It would be a welcome change if we could afford to just mourn as a nation for once. The post What All Happened In Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting? appeared first on Bearing Arms. View the full article
  14. 2 points
    I'm just a regular citizen who has pride in country and wanting to ensure America stays as our founding fathers set it up to be. I'm willing to do whatever I can to help.
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    A shooting earlier this week at a Kroger in Kentucky undoubtedly spurred many gun control advocates to talk about the need for more “common sense gun reforms” to try and stop horrific events like that from happening. You can bet that if there’s a public shooting, someone is going to use it to justify gun control immediately afterward. Unfortunately, it looks like the shooter may have been officially prohibited from owning a firearm under existing gun control laws. Rogers said police were investigating whether Bush was legally permitted to carry firearms. But on several occasions, court records show, judges ordered Bush’s guns taken from him, and a domestic violence conviction in 2009 prevents him from legally owning a firearm. In fact, Bush’s contact with the legal system stretches back to at least the 1990s and includes a string of criminal, traffic and domestic violence cases. Bush’s parents told police they were “terrified” of their son, whom they said assaulted and held them against their will. At least twice, records show, Bush was hospitalized over concerns for his mental health, including once after a suicide attempt in 2000. His former wife later claimed he had been diagnosed as “paranoid” and given medication that he stopped taking. In one instance in 2001, an ex-girlfriend took out an emergency protective order because she “feared for her life.” Bush’s father said his son carried a gun with him wherever he went and was “dangerous,” according to court records. Whoops. There’s no mention of whether the restraining order was still in effect, but the domestic violence conviction alone should have barred him from purchasing a firearm legally. Couple that with the mental health confinements, assuming they weren’t voluntary, and there’s no way he could legally obtain a firearm. But he did. He did, and now people are dead despite gun control laws. The problem with gun control laws is that they only benefit the law abiding. In this case, the killer appears to be a paranoid schizophrenic who thought people wanted him dead. He was probably going to find a way to get a gun regardless of what the law said. He was going to get one any way he could. That’s the thing gun control zealots tend to forget in their mad rush to stop the unstoppable. Those inclined to commit evil acts will still commit evil acts. They won’t suddenly become loving, gentle members of society just because it’s difficult for them to get a gun. They’ll either find a way to get a gun or turn to a different weapon. You’re not going to stop them. Instead, it’s better to focus on the causes of violence, so events like this become far more of an anomaly than they currently are. Even today, we’re not as violent as some think, but that doesn’t mean we can’t do better. But “better” doesn’t mean infringing on the rights of people who did nothing wrong just because someone used a disfavored tool. That’s not how we fix the problem. The post Kroger Shooting Turns Out As Another Gun Control Failure appeared first on Bearing Arms. View the full article
  16. 2 points
    Many different plants can be started this time of year. Planting in the fall helps seeds to become established before the cold winter weather hits. View the full article
  17. 2 points
    We have immigration through a legal and controlled process. If someone wants to immigrate here they are welcome to go through the process just as my wife did and her mother. A sovereign nation has a right to protect it's borders and the integrity of it's society and laws. As a nation or as a people we are not responsible for every other poor soul in the world, no other nation takes such a responsibility on themselves. Believe me they wouldn't be for us if the shoe was on the other foot, and most every other sovereign nation has stricter and more strictly enforced immigration laws than the United States does. I'm all for charity born of personal initiative which I take part in but not at gun point. It is also a health and safety matter. There are also several debilitating and deadly diseases that are endemic to South America that are not normally found here in high incidents that legal immigrants are checked for before being allowed to legally immigrate here, Tuberculosis among several of them. Illegal aliens never go through this screening process and can be carriers of such diseases that can be spread here. https://www.fairus.org/sites/default/files/2017-09/Fiscal-Burden-of-Illegal-Immigration-2017.pdf
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    I'm all for letting them in...trucking them 200 miles into the desert to a tent camp so they can't escape on foot , chipping them and sending them back. Anyone found re-entering the US will be...dealt with accordingly. Make no mistake: this is an invasion of the sovereign United States. We have lots of non-lethal weapons available for use, but it's worth weighing lethal force against the security of our country. Theoretically, we will reach that point at some time in the future: is our existence as a nation worth it?
  19. 2 points
    Ragnar's Big Book of Homemade Weapons.pdf
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    Hello all. Just finished emergency special operation training in the DOC. I don't update much but there it is.
  21. 2 points
    If they do start switching to 6.8 I think I'll hold off on getting a rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor. There will probably be several more AR platform versions of the 6.8 soon after.
  22. 2 points
    Hmmm... What about the 1.5 BILLION rounds the government bought for police, homeland security etc., a few years ago? Looks like ammo prices will drop some more!! Yippee!!!
  23. 2 points
    This is really over my head but I am sure there are plenty of people here who will get it! The article is long so I just posted a tiny bit. Please follow the Source link to see full article With these encryption keys, nothing in our digital lives is off limits to the Clinton’s and their conspirators President Trump’s new executive order can be sabotaged with these keys; alternatively, he can use the order to prosecute these criminals Many foreign powers have conspired with the SES and their Queen’s Privy Council overlords since before 1993 CONTRIBUTING WRITERS | OPINION | AMERICANS FOR INNOVATION | SEP. 16, 2018, | PDF | HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/Y9YHGKSG SPECIAL NOTICE: This post is a work in progress. You are encouraged to return to pick up additional evidence as it is added. Indictable evidence continues to pour in for use by prosecutors, independent media, Treasury, U.S. Marshalls and military tribunals. These criminals have relied on the fact that encryption, cryptography and cryptanalysis is a field of esoteric mathematics for which the average person has little interest. Hopefully, that will now change. Cryptography—the use of codes and ciphers to protect secrets—began thousands of years ago. Until recent decades, it has been the story of what might be called classic cryptography — that is, of methods of encryption that use pen and paper, or perhaps simple mechanical aids. In the early 20th century, the invention of complex mechanical and electromechanical machines, such as the Enigma rotor machine, provided more sophisticated and efficient means of encryption; and the subsequent introduction of electronics and computing has allowed elaborate schemes of still greater complexity, most of which are entirely unsuited to pen and paper. Source: http://clayandiron.com/news/top-united-states-news-stories/hillary-clinton-controls-50000-fbi-encryption-keys-proves-muellers-witch-hunt-is-treasonous/
  24. 2 points
    That's one opinion for sure. Glad that's not the outlook around me. My local police have sworn an oath to protect the citizens, even from our own government if that be the case. You may be surprised to find your locals may feel the same way. Have you asked? I recommend talking to your local county Sheriff and ask some questions. here are some ideas https://goo.gl/forms/691BGjxd5SiklGJJ2
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