September 18, 2020

Day 36 – No Executive Orders


As we have discovered, this president even argues against his own policies blaming others for them and the results that may come from them. Why then should Americans have any confidence President Obama will do anything he says he will.

36 days ago, he lied in a despicable manner, exemplifying an immoral act of self-indulgence, exploitation and downright fraud by telling the public he was signing 23 executive orders to limit ownership and access to guns. It has now been 36 days and the President has not shared with the public any part of those executive orders but the mere 23 general ideas he had at the time. Nothing is posted on the White House website about those executive orders.

In the meantime, the Washington Examiner is reporting that researchers from the Department of Justice’s National Institute for Justice, are stating that any ban on assault weapons will “unlikely have an effect on gun violence.”

Oddly though, even though President Obama’s own administration researchers made this determination he says that he’s not accepting the information and such claims are not the official position of his administration, including the Department of Justice.

Which brings me, one more time, back to my original contention of the intent of all of President Obama’s and other gun fascists rhetoric about guns, gun control, gun confiscation, etc.; that is to wreak chaos, distrust and to widen the divide among the people of this country, perhaps enough to force them into the streets in violent protests.

Also in an update on events in Maine about blocking personal information belonging to gun owners from being published for public scrutiny, Gov. Paul Lepage signed emergency legislation that will temporarily block access to this information while the Legislature and the people debate this issue.


John Lott: Obama Told Me People Should Not Be Allowed to Own Guns


Day 35 – No Executive Orders


It is now day 35 and President Obama has yet to post on the White House website, the 23 executive orders on gun control he told the American people he was signing. What fraud!

Below is a video of Fascist Feinstein in full display of lies and ignorance. On exhibit is her rant about how her unconstitutional bill would protect hunters and shooting sportsmen, with never a mention about a person’s ability to protect themselves from a sampling of the weapons of the day. In other words, the guns she has decided we can keep, after government approval and registration, leaves those of us interested in self defense and protection from tyrants like her and Barack Obama, would be akin to bringing a jack knife to a gun fight.

And most importantly, please pay attention to what Fascist Feinstein says near the end of the 6-minute video about the purpose of her bill, i.e. to dry up the supply of weapons.


Day 34 – No Executive Orders


Still, nothing posted at the White House website about President Obama’s supposedly signed 23 executive orders pertaining to gun control.

But the debate still rages on as some states and local communities are attempting to implement some form of gun control and/or even confiscation. Gun advocates in some states are even taking a proactive approach to implement some form of gun safety and education programs that they believe will help reduce gun accidents while at the same time protecting rights and heritage.

Here are some links to issues concerning gun rights and gun control that are still consuming media outlets and government legislatures.

The Heritage Foundation provides its members and readers in general with an explanation about the myths surrounding the so-called “gun show loophole.”

In a guest post at Zero Hedge dot com, a writer asks, “Are There Any Peaceful Solutions Left?

Gun ban would exempt more than 2,000 specific firearms.

The Washington Times says that those states with the toughest gun laws don’t translate into low crime rate.


In Maine there is a debate as to whether or not the state should require gun safety to be taught in high schools.

Maine state Rep. Ken Fredette, in an editorial, says that “Guns Are not the Enemy.”


Day 32 – No Executive Orders


The White House is still in failure to supply to the American people the 23 executive orders that President Barack Obama claimed to have signed before the world 32 days ago. What a shell game! What immoral self-indulgence for the perpetuation of personal ideals! What a display of despicable human character!

It remains my contention that the purpose for President Obama’s charade of pretending he was signing executive orders was a mere act to create discord among the people; to create distrust of the government and with fellow man. This can be seen in many things that have happened since the Government, led by the tyrant Obama and people like Fascist Feinstein, has decided to disarm the American people in total disregard of the Second Amendment.

One small example of how states have reacted to this forceful overtaking of the people by the Feds occurred in Montana. The Montana Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association felt compelled, as have several other states, to inform the people of their position when it comes to doing their sworn duty to uphold the constitution.

On a related note, this article explains why it might appear that chiefs of police tend to stand up with politicians who oppose gun ownership and why sheriffs don’t. Worth the read.


Montana Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association Position on Gun Legislation

Adopted February 7, 2013 by the Board of Directors

The Montana Sheriffs & Peace Officers Association (MSPOA) is committed to public safety, and each of our members has taken an oath to uphold and protect the Constitution of the State of Montana and the United States Constitution, including the Second Amendment.

The MSPOA believes in the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution, which guarantees the right of the people to keep and bear arms and that this right shall not be infringed. It is important to note that no legislation affecting this right has been introduced.

As our state and country continue to discuss and debate gun control legislation, the position of our association remains steadfast: the MSPOA will not waver in our defense of the Constitution and will stand to preserve our constituents’ right to possess firearms and the protections insured by the other nine amendments contained in the Bill of Rights.

The MSPOA feels that any legislation that takes away constitutional protections, including gun rights, from law-abiding citizens will not alleviate or eliminate the threat from violent or mentally ill individuals. In fact, it would expose our law-abiding neighbors to violence with fewer resources to counter them with.

America has endured violent assaults of children and adults at the hands of criminals who have used firearms as well as other weapons. The MSPOA does not believe that it is the fault of the weapon, but that of the often mentally disturbed individual who wields it. The MSPOA has long supported the efforts of the mental health community and will continue to do so.

As professional peace officers, elected and sworn to uphold both the State and U.S. Constitutions, we additionally believe in the importance of the division of power and roles of each of the three branches of government, at both the state and federal level. MSPOA feels that now is the time to discuss violence in its totality, not simply as an issue of “gun” violence. Violence is a result of a breakdown on many fronts: family, gangs, drugs, lack of proper mental health treatment, and the proliferation of violence in media, just to name a few. The discussion must include stakeholders from all disciplines who are dedicated to and willing to address the myriad and complex issues related to the safety of our communities and our country.

The MSPOA remains committed to the safety of the citizens of the State of Montana. We will dedicate our efforts toward active participation in the legislative process and the protection of the rights of the people of our state. We welcome and encourage our neighbors’ active participation in this process as well. As Congress and the Montana legislature debate issues surrounding violence, the Second Amendment, and gun rights, the MSPOA will insure that our voices will be heard.


Gun Confiscation: 90 Days to Turn in Your Weapons


And yet! What’s this?

Missouri Democrats introduced an anti-gun bill which would turn law-abiding firearm owners into criminals. They will have 90 days to turn in their guns if the legislation is passed.<<<Read More from The Gateway Pundit>>>


Day 31 – No Executive Orders


And still, nothing posted for the people on the White House website about 23 executive orders for gun control.



Animal Rights

Amendment 2 d(og), subsection k9: “A well regulated kennel, being necessary to the security of a free bone, the right of the dogs to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”





Day 30 – No Executive Orders


One month, 30 days, and no executive orders appear on the White House web page.

This president lies so much nobody cares or pays attention anymore. Shame!


The other day a reader sent me a link to an article that appeared in the Wall Street Journal, written by David Rivkin and Andrew Grossman. The basic premise of the article was based on what I think is a fallacy that our Courts would never allow most of the gun control measures being proposed to stand. The authors write:

While the courts are still sorting out Heller’s implications, politicians should not assume that they have a free hand to restrict private gun ownership. Decades of case law interpreting and applying the other provisions of the Bill of Rights show that there are hard-and-fast limits on gun control.

The general framework is straightforward and certainly well-known to those who have studied (let alone taught) constitutional law. The government cannot abridge constitutionally protected rights simply to make a symbolic point or because it feels that something must be done. Any measure must be justified by a legitimate government interest that is compelling or at least important. At the same time, any regulation must be “narrowly tailored” to achieve that interest.

And just who are they trying to convince here? Spoken as real lawyers, practicing in real Washington, D.C. and honestly believing what they write, I think. I suppose once there existed a real confidence in this nation that the separation of powers would do the job it was crafted to do. Not so anymore. Our government is run by a tyrant, who has exclaimed many times that he thinks the constitution is all wrong, that the framers got it all wrong and that he, the dictator, should have more power. He has also demonstrated his disdain for law and order, i.e the separation of powers by exerting use of legislative fiat, known as executive orders.

I’m not sure what the actual reasoning behind Rivkin and Grossman to have faith that the Courts wouldn’t stand for Obama and his cronies’ destruction of the Second Amendment. Yes, they cited Heller v. District of Columbia and McDonald v. Chicago, to claim the Supreme Court loudly proclaimed the Second Amendment was written to protect the individual’s right to self defense and from a tyrannical government, as in the one we currently have. But that’s only a part of what actually took place.

Justice Scalia, in Heller v. District of Columbia, as majority opinion, stated that the Second Amendment was an individual guarantee but also made no bones about the fact that this decision had absolutely nothing to do with what limits can be placed on this right and by whom.

I also recall that shortly after President Obama laid out his plans for health care reform (Obamacare) many “experts” in law and the constitution swore up and down that there wasn’t a court in the nation that would uphold such an unconstitutional piece of legislation as Obamacare and for certain the Supreme Court would never tolerate this. Then magically on d-day, the SCOTUS upheld Obamacare when Justice Roberts jumped from one boat into the other.

And why would anybody have faith that the Supreme Court is going to do the right thing – the right thing being to follow the constitution and the laws written, when every decision almost always falls along party lines? The courts are non partisan? Want to buy a New York bridge?

There are many points in this Wall Street Journal article that are accurate and well written. However, having that kind of faith in our corrupt court system, is just a bit too boy scoutish to me.


3D Printing To Make Your Own Magazine

And I’m not talking about the reading kind of magazine.

A report from Fox News is saying that 3d printing provides the capability to manufacture your own plastic gun magazine….any size you want. Some also believe this is a way to circumvent any gun control laws limiting magazine capacities.

Is this another possible challenge similar to Montana Shooting Sports Association’s “Firearms Freedom Act?”