Monthly Archives: June 2008
Josh’s is here. Uncle’s here. After dining out on sugar-rubbed ribs, I finished celebrating on my back patio. Unlike others’ cigars, I had a churchwarden filled with Amphora tobacco, accompanied by a nice glass of smooooth single-malt Scotch. The Macallan … Continue reading
…to see the Second Amendment Scholarship Gods, Kates and Halbrook. Wednesday night at the Independent Institute near the Oakland Airport. Fifteen bucks! That’s value right there.
None at all. A teenage girl riding in an all-night bicycle race suffered severe injuries early Sunday when a bear attacked her on a trail in Far North Bicentennial Park, authorities said. Police officers with shotguns escorted medics into dark … Continue reading
Yes, even worse than the topic of the post right below this one. Jerry Large, Seattle Times Staff Columnist, opines that the Heller decision came about because five of the Justices think all Americans are John Wayne and that the … Continue reading
I’m a bit confused by this piece in the LA Times. Written by UC Berkeley Professor of Law, Stephen D. Sugarman, and Columbia University Professor of Law and Public Health, Jeffery Fagan, they propose a twist to blaming all firearms … Continue reading
Yes, Heller. Though not in this post. If you don’t recognize the name Srebrencia, then click this link and read about how Dutch troops wearing “UN Blue” were made to wait idly by because of United Nations incompetence while a … Continue reading
In connection to David’s Sunday post on the plaintiff in the new pro-civil rights case filed in San Francisco, John Aravosis, Asshat in Charge at the ill-named hyper-leftwing AmericaBlog, read a pro-Heller news release from the Log Cabin Republicans and … Continue reading
Squeaky found Heller Kitty shirts. You can buy them here. There’s also commemorative Heller apparel at CafePress that benefits the Calguns Foundation and our forthcoming suit against the California “assault weapons” ban. order viagra international shipsbuy viagra next day deliveryorder … Continue reading
…and even more brilliant than choosing a gay plaintiff is choosing one who is anonymous because he fears retaliation. See what I meant about The Right People being able to craft GOOD lawsuits with GOOD plaintiffs for our cause? Lots … Continue reading
Hmm, would that make it an early .357? Originally uploaded by davidwhitewolf More below… click any of the pics in the next several posts to embiggen. Enjoy!