Thought for the day

"There is now the capacity to make tyranny total in America." -- James Bamford

Let's start with a quick recap of the hoax story. A 20-year-old boy named Adam Lanza, at his home in Newtown CT, shot his Mom dead, on the morning of Friday, December 14, 2012, using a rifle from her collection. He then proceeded to drive to the Sandy Hook school, arriving by 9:30am, where he broke a glass door to get in. He then murdered 20 children ages 6 and 7, plus six staff members.

There are no video shots of this happening and no sound of it on the school's audio. A few people saw "holes in the story" early on. (Not me, I fell for it.)

Philadelphia: High School Football Team Shot at Leaving Scrimmage; Four Students Wounded, One Killed MikeRivero Wed, 09/28/2022 - 08:25

A 14-year-old boy was killed and four other teenage boys were wounded in Philadelphia Tuesday afternoon as they were shot at by two people in a Ford Explorer while leaving a high school football scrimmage at Roxborough High School with two other teams, Northeast High School and Boys Latin Charter. Dozens of bullets were reported to have been fired at the student players.

With Democrats more and more demanding mail-in elections, the delivery of those ballots – and the voluminous campaign literate – is becoming more and more important.

And that means Americans will rely more and more on the U.S. Postal Service.

Which, according to the Washington Times, now has been caught tracking the communications of 2nd Amendment advocates.

Idiot Alert: Having A Porsche Or Having A Child? David Hogg Announces His Choice

Since David Hogg survived the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, he has been causing controversy for his remarks, mainly on social media, about guns and other political issues.

Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit this week seeking answers from the Secret Service related to the Hunter Biden gun incident in Delaware four years ago.

Because the Second Amendment isn’t the only red-headed stepchild of the Bill of Rights.

The Ninth Amendment, in today’s plain English, could be stated as:

The fact that some rights are specifically listed in the Constitution doesn’t mean that anything not listed is not a right, or that it’s a lesser right.

This was a valiant attempt at a “catch-all” Amendment, and it was needed, because the Tenth Amendment took the opposite approach for powers of the government: