Tag Archives: Paul

Kids, Guns.Assault or Sporting? Brat. Helmets. Minions. Pay to Seize.

Why yes! Kids and guns go together.

With proper training and use..

Seems to have worked well for myself, many, many friends and family..

Get over it..


The difference between an Assault Rife and Sporting Rifle..

Politicians, anti gun/freedom, gun grabbing thugs, Media, should learn the damn difference.

By not doing so, they only show how stupid and idiotic they really are..

But that does not stop them from wanting to grab and disarm us.


Unprecedented: Spoiled-Brat President Does Intentional Harm


Bend over.

Grab ankles..

Here comes Markie Dayton, David Bly, Kevin Dahle and the rest of the free spending, we have unlimited funds so lets bury the taxpayer DFL controlled state houses.

– MEDIA CONTACT: Amy Strenge, (651) 296-7633
Senator Dave Thompson
District 58 Serving Dakota County

Office: 131 State Office Bldg., Saint Paul, Minnesota 55155
For Immediate Release February 28, 2013
State Budget Forecast Improves Again
Now is Not the Time to Raise Taxes

(St. Paul, MN) –
Today Minnesota’s Office of Management and Budget released the state’s
February budget forecast. The projected deficit dropped from $1.1 billion to $627 million. Our state is in far better financial condition than it was two years ago, when we faced a $5.1 billion deficit.
“Two years ago, Governor Mark Dayton insisted that Minnesota’s economy would be damaged
without massive tax increases. Republicans held firm and balanced the budget by setting priorities and holding back the growth of government. Two years later our economy is improving, tax revenues are increasing, and the state is in better shape.
“ But now Governor Dayton and DFL legislators want to raise taxes
on every Minnesotan. This will
hurt families, slow our economy, and return us to a cycle of low growth and big deficits,” said
Senator Dave Thompson (R-Lakeville), Assistant Minority Leader

Fuck…..Sorry, but that is how I feel right now…

Moving would be an option today and I know a few that are considering it.


Bicycle Helmet Laws: Good At Keeping Kids Off Bikes

Yep keep the kids safe…Now they won’t ride their bikes…

Won’t play ball or any sport it seems unless it is organized…

Don’t see kids running around, playing, until the street lights com eon anymore..

Kick the can?


Hide and seek?

All the other outdoor activities we used to do..

Which has led us to where?

An unhealthy, please me, all about me generation of kids..

Well that worked well.


Of course they do.

Actual facts, data and truth?

Not from the minions and sheeple following Buck Ofama..

Obama minions caught spiking Taliban attack statistics


Anti Freedom, Socialist, Big Government Dipwad is what I think it should say..

A Democrat Congressman Wants States To Get Paid To Seize Guns

Or another Kalifornistan jerk off that sees this as another way to fleece the Sheeple…




What Do Those Gun Grabbers in Minnesota’s House of Representatives Do…

For ‘real’ work?
Stolen here..

After my post on gun control legislation in Minnesota and its impact on jobs in that state, I started looking at the legislators who were sponsoring this legislation. Other than the fact that they were all Democrats, or as they are called in Minnesota – Democrat-Farmer-Labor, they had another similarity. They had made their careers, for the most part, in the public sector. Some, like Rep. Alice Hausman and Rep. Phyllis Kahn, even listed their occupation as “Legislator”. Look at the list below of the sponsors of HF 241 which is Minnesota’s version of an assault weapons (sic) ban.

Rep. Alice Hausman (DFL-St. Paul) Legislator/fmr Teacher
Rep. Frank Horstein (DFL-Minneapolis) Community Organizer
Rep. Erik Simonson (DFL-Duluth) Asst Fire Chief
Rep. Jim Davnie (DFL-Minneapolis) Financial Educator
Rep. Linda Slocum (DFL-Richfield) Teacher
Rep. Rena Moran (DFL-St. Paul) Parent Leader Coord.
Rep. Raymond Dehn (DFL-Minneapolis) Sustainability Consultant
Rep. JoAnn Ward (DFL-Woodbury) Retired Teacher
Rep. Phyllis Kahn (DFL-Minneapolis) Legislator/University Research Assoc.

This made me wonder if the sponsors of gun control legislation in other states shared the similar characteristics of being primary from the public sector. With hearings on gun control legislation in Colorado and New Jersey scheduled for this week, I looked at those two states in particular.

Letter to the Gun Grabbing DFLers in Minnesota..

The problems with the proposed ‘Universal Background Checks’ on private transfers include:

The existing background checks don’t impede criminals: Most criminals obtain guns through theft, straw purchasers, or through the same black market that moves other illicit goods such as drugs and stolen property.

Private transfer background checks would not have prevented the recent tragedies our nation has experienced: The murderers at Virginia Tech, the Batman Movie, and Representative Gabrielle Giffords‘ event in Tucson all passed background checks. The killers at Columbine had a friend buy their guns, and the Newtown murderer stole the guns he used after killing the rightful owner.

The already unreliable national background check system has experienced delays or halted sales nationwide due to errors, system overloads, and technical problems, and adding private transfers to the current system will further overload it and cost taxpayers millions of additional dollars that could instead be spent on programs that would actually reduce crime.

Firearms purchased legitimately through private transfers are rarely used in violent crime. There are, however, numerous instances of persons in immediate need of a firearm for self-defense being unreasonably delayed days to weeks by the current “instant” background check system.

If all firearms transfers require government permission to proceed, then the government need only withhold that permission in order to halt all legal transfers. A right delayed is a right denied.

Private transfer background checks also represent a step toward federal registration of guns and gun owners, which is something that has been historically demonstrated to be of little use for stopping or tracking criminals.

Don’t just Do Something; Do Something that Works:

Keep violent criminals behind bars: While keeping guns away from criminals and lunatics is very difficult in a free society, keeping criminals and lunatics where they cannot get their hands on guns has proven to be extremely effective. Violent crime has been reduced by more than 50% in the past 20 years even though the number of guns and gun owners has gone up dramatically during that time.

Put an end to imaginary Gun-Free Zones: Millions of armed, responsible citizens walk the streets of this nation every day without incident. It is ludicrous to suggest that these same people cannot be trusted around schools, churches, or government buildings. Firearms misuse among lawful carriers is extremely rare, and though they have often stopped criminals in their tracks, a person legally carrying a firearm shooting the wrong person or innocent bystanders is almost unheard of. A cardboard sign declaring a space to be “gun-free” is naive, irresponsible, and an invitation to predators.

Restricting lawful access and use of guns will never deny illicit access and use of guns. The National Coalition to Stop the Ban are representatives of groups and organizations all over the nation. With the attached letter, we put on notice any politician, firearms industry member, or organization that we are determined to protect, defend, and extend Second Amendment rights by every means at our disposal.

Committee Chair

Michael Paymar (DFL)
563 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St Paul, MN 55155
E-mail: rep.michael.paymar@house.mn

Representative Paul Rosenthal

Vice Chair

Paul Rosenthal (DFL)
501 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St Paul, MN 55155
E-mail: rep.paul.rosenthal@house.mn

Debra Hilstrom (DFL)
379 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St Paul, MN 55155
E-mail: rep.debra.hilstrom@house.mn

Representative John Lesch

John Lesch (DFL)
537 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St Paul, MN 55155
E-mail: rep.john.lesch@house.mn

Representative Joe Mullery

Joe Mullery (DFL)
403 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St Paul, MN 55155
E-mail: rep.joe.mullery@house.mn

Shannon Savick (DFL)
539 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St Paul, MN 55155
E-mail: rep.shannon.savick@house.mn

Dan Schoen (DFL)
533 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St Paul, MN 55155
E-mail: rep.dan.schoen@house.mn

Representative Steve Simon

Steve Simon (DFL)
473 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St Paul, MN 55155
E-mail: rep.steve.simon@house.mn

Representative Erik Simonson

Erik Simonson (DFL)
429 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St Paul, MN 55155
E-mail: rep.erik.simonson@house.mn

Representative Linda Slocum

Linda Slocum (DFL)
415 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St Paul, MN 55155
E-mail: rep.linda.slocum@house.mn

John Ward (DFL)
375 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St Paul, MN 55155
E-mail: rep.john.ward@house.mn

Representative Lyndon Carlson Sr.

ex-officio Lyndon Carlson Sr. (DFL)
479 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St Paul, MN 55155
E-mail: rep.lyndon.carlson@house.mn

And remember…Some walked out of the hearings this week when it was the Pro Gun’s time to speak…

Preparation in Arabia

Preparation in Arabia

November 16

“Nor did I go up to Jerusalem to see those who were apostles before I was, but I went immediately into Arabia and later returned to Damascus (Galatians 1:17).

The apostle Paul clearly understood the call Jesus placed on his life at his conversion. He did not have to consult other men about this calling. But before he was released to begin his own mission, He went to Arabia for three years. Why did Paul have to go to Arabia for three years before he ever met another disciple of Jesus Christ?

The Scripture does not tell us plainly why Paul spent three years in Arabia. However, based upon many examples of God placing special callings on people’s lives, we know it often requires a time of separation between the old life and the new life. No doubt, Paul had plenty of time to consider what had taken place in his life and time to develop an intimate knowledge and relationship with the newfound Savior. His life was about to change dramatically.

So often, when God places a call on one of His children, it requires a separation between the old life and the new life. There is a time of being away from the old in order to prepare the heart for what is coming. It can be a painful and difficult separation. Joseph was separated from his family. Jacob was sent to live with his uncle Laban. Moses was sent to the desert.

Perhaps God has placed you in your own desert period. Perhaps you cannot make sense of the situation in which you find yourself. If you press into God during this time, He will reveal the purposes He has for you. The key is pressing into Him. Seek Him with a whole heart and He will be found. God may have a special calling and message He is building in your life right now. Trust in His love for you that He will fully complete the work He has started in you.

Gun Rights…

From my Permit to Carry Instructor..
The one whom said, “If you have a permit to carry, then carry it!”
And I always do what my instructors tell me!!


On June 18, 2012, the Minnesota Court of Appeals released its opinion
in State v. Yang. Officers were investigating Yang after receiving a
report that he was in the front yard of a residence with a handgun, in
violation of Minn. Stat. 624.714 – prohibiting individuals other than
peace officers from carrying a pistol in a public place without a
permit. At issue in the case was whether the front yard of a St. Paul
residence was a “public place” within the meaning of the handgun laws.

The court held it was not.

Strictly interpreting the language of Minn. Stat. 624.7181, the court
held that a public place is: “(1) property that is governmentally
owned, leased, or controlled, and (2) private property that has been

dedicated to the public for its use.” As to this latter category, the
court indicated that private space must be “dedicated to and accepted
by the public for public use.” Therefore, while the yard Yang was

found in may have been accessible to the public, it was not
governmentally owned nor dedicated to public use. The court
invalidated the officer’s stop of Yang because they lacked evidence he
had been in a public place.

The decision in Yang has far-reaching consequences, as it indicates
the statutory prohibition against carrying a handgun without a permit
is limited to what most of us would recognize by common sense to be

public property; e.g., streets, sidewalks, parks, trails, ball fields
and the like. Yang strongly suggests that areas like bars, clubs,
restaurants, hotels, retail establishments, and places of
entertainment, and the like (privately owned) establishments are not

covered by the handgun permit requirement. Because of the confusion
this decision will leave in its wake, it is reasonable to expect
further litigation or legislative efforts at clarification. Until
then, however, Yang is a published decision and is binding precedent

in the State of Minnesota.

State v. Yang, No. A11-1008 (Minnesota Court of Appeals, June 18, 2012).


More Links…and Still Lazy…


Still crabby..


Maybe, Just Maybe…

This would wake the Established GOP talking heads up!!

And they would realize the People are damn sick and tired of the Romney’s. Gingrich’s they are pushing on us!! We do not want Obamalyte or a RINO, nor any damn progressive Repuplikan!!

We want a REAL Conservative!!

Not the False Prophets they continue to shove at us!!

As I said here..

I will not support either one of them, does not mean I will support the current a$$o in the WH!!

I’ll support and vote for someone completely different as I did in 2004…