Archive for the ‘Firearms’ Category

Slo County Sheriff’s deputies violate 4th amendment rights of Matt Hart Part 1 and 2

This is where we are headed and it’s time to stop this madness.

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SLO County Sheriff’s deputies illegally search the home of Matt Hart and openly discuss how they will get away with it. To date, Matt Hart has not recieved all of his firearms back from the department, including one that the deputies expressed interest in owning.

This cannot be swept under the rug. Help spread this around to help gain attention so Mr. Hart can push his lawsuit against this blatant violation of his civil rights by those deputies. We cannot allow these people to shred the Constitution just because they feel like it.

Original video posted with permission from and Daniel Blackburn. Thank you again Mr. Blackburn.

Sheriff’s deputies’ on tape create exigency that don,t exist 2 – 2

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When San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Deputy Darren Murphy responded to a “shots fired” call in April 2008, he decided en route that he was going to make an arrest. Those recordings provide a rare, frighteningly revealing, behind-the-scenes perspective of how one local law enforcement agency views the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, and other laws its personnel are sworn to uphold. Sheriff’s spinner Rob Bryn declined to confirm the identities of any of the deputies appearing or heard in the recordings


Rise up and let our voices be heard!!!

Congressman Mike Pence released the following video, urging all Americans to rise up and let their voices be heard in regard to the Pelosi health care plan.

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Anthem for “We the People” by Mack Hayes – Tea Party salute.

Please watch the credits at the end of the video in appreciation of the folks who helped me, and to pay tribute to two special people in the video that help define the title AMERICA IS ME.

God bless us all.


Congress critters whose terms are ending in 2010


This is the list of Congress critters whose terms are ending in 2010. Is one of yours here? If so, and you are not intimately familiar with how they have voted to represent your rights and interests, you can find that information easily enough here. Conversely, if you have a good representative, let them know you will support them in 2010; praise for good work can never be said too much. All terms ending in 2010 can be found at the Tea Party Patriots website.

State What Congress Critter Party Status (as of this writing)
AK Senate Lisa Murkowski R
AL House Artur Davis D To run for Governor of Alabama.
AL Senate Richard Shelby R Running for reelection
AR Senate Blanche Lincoln D Running for reelection
AZ Senate John McCain R Running for reelection
CA Senate Barbara Boxer D Running for reelection
CO Senate Michael Bennet D Running for election
CT Senate Chris Dodd D Running for reelection
DE Senate Ted Kaufman D Retiring
FL House Kendrick Meek D To run for the U.S. Senate.
FL Senate Mel Martinez R Retiring
FL House Adam Putnam R To run for Florida Commissioner of Agriculture.
GA Senate Johnny Isakson R Running for reelection
HI Senate Daniel Inouye D Running for reelection
HI House Neil Abercrombie D To run for Governor of Hawaii.
IA Senate Chuck Grassley R
ID Senate Mike Crapo R
IL Senate Roland Burris D
IN Senate Evan Bayh D
KS Senate Sam Brownback R Retiring
KS House Jerry Moran R To run for the U.S. Senate.
KS House Todd Tiahrt R To run for the U.S. Senate.
KY Senate Jim Bunning R Running for reelection
LA Senate David Vitter R Running for reelection
MD Senate Barbara Mikulski D
MI House Pete Hoekstra R To run for Governor of Michigan.
MO Senate Kit Bond R Retiring
MO House Roy Blunt R To run for the U.S. Senate.
NC Senate Richard Burr R
ND Senate Byron Dorgan D
NH House Paul Hodes D To run for the U.S. Senate.
NH Senate Judd Gregg R Likely retiring
NV Senate Harry Reid D Running for reelection
NY Senate Chuck Schumer D
NY Senate Kirsten Gillibrand D
OH Senate George Voinovich R Retiring
OK Senate Tom Coburn R
OK House Mary Fallin R To run for Governor of Oklahoma.
OR Senate Ron Wyden D
PA Senate Arlen Specter R Running for reelection
SC Senate Jim DeMint R
SC House Gresham Barrett R To run for Governor of South Carolina.
SD Senate John Thune R Running for reelection
TN House Zach Wamp R To run for Governor of Tennessee.
UT Senate Bob Bennett R Running for reelection
VT Senate Patrick Leahy D
WA Senate Patty Murray D
WI Senate Russ Feingold D Running for reelection

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INFORMATION: Sticks and stones may break our bones but names will never heart us, and we do not snitch on our neighbor. I am not going to tell you what we the people have been called, you know and I have been called worse. See, I am still here. I am still here with you and for you. I think we are called, “WE THE PEOPLE.”

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Judge Sotomayor is not qualified to be a Supreme Court Justice

From NRO – James Maloney was arrested at his New York home and charged with possession of a weapon—in this case a chuka stick—in violation of New York law. He challenged the weapons prohibition as violating his rights under the Second and Fourteenth Amendments. A three-judge panel on which Judge Sotomayor sat disposed of his claims with brevity—with great brevity. First, after acknowledging that the Supreme Court’s decision in DC v. Heller affirmed that, yes, the Second Amendment does indeed guarantee an individual right, the panel found that the Second Amendment nonetheless did not apply to the states—a decision which would permit complete weapons bans in a majority of the country.

The three-judge panel reached back in judicial history, bypassing recent settled law, to reach an opinion that is logically inconceivable and irrational. Much more detail at SCOTUS blog. Of course one has to ask why they would be so irrational? Activism maybe? The NRA will fire up over this decision, but so should anyone who values the Bill of Rights.

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Blair Holt’s Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act of 2009

OpenCongress Summary:
The Blair Holt’s Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act would establish a nationwide system for prohibiting unlicensed gun-ownership. If approved, the law would require gun owners to apply for five-year licenses to own firearms, and would give the U.S. Attorney General broad authority over the program. There are no co-sponsors to the bill, and there is very little chance it will be adopted.