A Very Short Gun Story

A wild eyed woman walked into a crowded bar in downtown Washington, D.C. waiving a pistol and yelled out; “I have a Smith double stack .40 with one in the tube. I want to know who’s been sleeping with my husband?”
A female voice from the back of the room called out, “You Need More Ammo, Hillary!

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How does this work out by the Left’s math

Slice it thick or thin, stack it up in alternating piles or lay it out in linear fashion and the Progressive math doesn’t work.

Gun Grabbers are Spoiled for Choice…from Rico

America’s anti-2nd Amendment gun-grabbers are certainly spoiled for choice.
– If they really wanted gun control, they could simply move to gun-controlled Honduras.
– Or, if the effort to learn Spanish is too much for them, there is always the option of moving to heavily gun-controlled Chicago.

Choices, choices!

I doubt the Swissies would welcome these idiots with open arms, and despite libruls being ‘snowflakes’ doubt they would find Switzerland to be a safe space to their taste.

Peccable reflections

Strange how these labels get applied in the MSM, isn’t it?

Squealing Lefties

This pair of practitioners of illicit reportage nearly had cerebral hemorrhages when they found another news source would be reporting the truth.

Panic in the Newsroom: CNN, MSNBC Spend 211 Minutes Trashing Sinclair as ‘State-Run TV’

Since Sunday night, the liberal media have been haranguing network affiliate owner Sinclair Broadcast Group (SBG) for a new “must-run” promo that warned against “biased and false news.” The two have slammed it as Trump-backed “state-run TV” on par with China’s CCTV, Russia Today and the former Soviet outlet Pravda that the two channels have deemed “chilling,” frightening” and “a really embarrassing moment for journalism.”

A NewsBusters study examined the two cable networks on April 2 from 6:00 a.m. Eastern to 12:00 a.m. Eastern on April 3 and found that CNN spent 76 minutes and 42 seconds while MSNBC hyperventilated for nearly twice as long at 134 minutes and 42 seconds.

Both networks have skin in the game regarding Sinclair’s ownership of 173 stations (and possibly more after a proposed merger with Tribune’s stations) with MSNBC’s parent network being NBC. Sanctimonious CNN has unleashed its fury on Sinclair in part because Sinclair’s merger with Tribune has a rosier outlook than the one involving CNN parent company Time Warner and AT&T. [snip]

It’s Sunday morning. You probably need a good laugh so we suggest you go to the site and read some of the tumult there. You would swear that the lot of them had their naughty parts stuck in an Osterizer.

To hat-tip Ben Shapiro, he wrote this on Monday regarding CNN: “If this same message were read by Brian Stelter on CNN, word for word, nobody would have any problem with it.” If that happened, it’d be praised as triumphantly boasting of CNN’s (false) pursuit of the truth.

Biased Agendas

Some of the idiocy the Left spouts in their mindless rants against guns… and the last from Reagan, the real reason for the Second Amendment.

Then there is this

Damn, a gun in a Gun Free Zone stopped a mass shooting. How come no Maryland politician thought of that?

Facebook and Good Friday

Oh, that gnashing of hair and rending of teeth…

… by those self satisfied gourds sitting in Congress. With that Omnibus spending bill passed and signed, they believed Trump was blocked in a corner on border spending and the “Wall” reduced to a garden fence.

I Love the Sound of Liberals Crying…from Rico

Not reported by the presstitutes and media whores of the Left, this is something YOU need to pay attention to.

The President [read: NOT Hillary] has notified Congress in the wake of the $1.3 trillion Omnibus Funding Bill that they passed, and he signed into law, that he is invoking the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Act of 1985.

WUT?

To wit “IAW section 7058(d) of division K of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2018 (H.R. 1625; the “Act”), I hereby designate as an emergency requirement all funding so designated by the Congress in the Act pursuant to section 251(b)(2)(A) of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985, for the accounts referenced in section 7058(d).”

SO?

Trump has just told Congress that HE has the authority to NOT spend any funds he doesn’t deem necessary and will return those funds to the Treasury. [think: Planned Parenthood, and all the other happy horse shit the Dem’s and RINO’s larded the Bill with].
– He can simply not allocate funds he does not want to spend.
– He can now build a Southern border WALL as a matter of ‘national security/defense’ if he wants to, and can move all the money he needs to do exactly that.

In layman’s terms, Trump just told the Swamp he had out-smarted them at their own game, and they could collectively go eat a bag of dicks.

Into every life a bit of pain shall fall, and when it is a collective 535 lives, that becomes a grande bout of SCHADENFREUDE! Perhaps there’s an uunsalty dog for Maxine Waters.

The real question is will Trump do this. Years ago, Nixon refused to spend money Congress put into the budget for items Nixon didn’t like. Congress threatened Nixon; He being in a weak position caved and spent the money. Let us look at what the Constitution requires of the Branches of Government.

  1. All money bills shall originate in the House.
  2. The Congress shall approve the budget for the Government and send it to the Executive Branch (President) for signature and action.
  3. Nowhere in the Constitution does it state that the Executive Branch must spend any most or all the money, only where it has to be proportionally be spent.

This Congress didn’t send up to the Executive Branch a budget; only an Omnibus Bill which doesn’t meet muster under the Constitution.

All this is found in the Articles.
# 1 is found in Article #1 Section 7
#2 is found in Article #2 Section 1 ( Note that the President controls the Cabinet one Department which happens to be The U.S. Treasury, the Exchequer and the Mint(s))
See if you can find where Congress has the power to tell the President to spend the money. Congress doesn’t have to GIVE the President the money he wants, but after that, Congress’ powers fall short.
Here’s the link to the research: US Constitution

Have fun!