Sheriff Offers Free Gun Class for Teachers — 20 MINUTES Later Something Amazing Happens

Kirsters Baish| One Ohio Sheriff has explained that the best way to stop a mass shooting from happening is to educate teachers and arm them in order to make sure they know how to protect themselves and their students. Just a day after Nikolas Cruz made his way into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida and murdered 17 people, Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones put a video up on Facebook that explained that “the current way we do things in the school system needs to be changed.”

In his video, Sheriff Jones explained, “We need to put armed personnel in schools. We need to look at metal detectors. This is not going to stop or go away but we need to be prepared and we don’t need to have our heads in the sand.”

When Jones later explained who in schools should be armed, he made the suggestion that retired police officers and military veterans could be hired in schools as guards. He gave a second thought as well, suggesting that teachers should be trained and armed.

Jones took it further on Sunday when he posted on social media that he would be holding a “free concealed and Carry class” for teachers in his county.

In a later tweet, Jones explained that he would be accepting 50 people to sit in on the class. He went on to say that any school employees that are interested should email his office. It only took 20 minutes for 50 requests to come through.

Teachers responded very positively to Jones’s offer on Twitter. They expressed an interest in learning to use firearms and an interest in protecting their students.

Jones was interviewed by WLWT and admitted that he is aware that his plan will stir things up, but he feels that it will be a good way to deal with the issue of school shootings.

CNN Faces Growing Criticism Over Use of ‘Traumatized’ Children to Push Anti-Gun Agenda

The far-left cable channel CNN is facing a growing storm of criticism over its frequent use of minor children (14 to 17) to further its anti-gun agenda.

Already a number of the children, those who witnessed last week’s shooting massacre at a high school in Parkland, Florida, have made countless appearances on the anti-Trump cable network. In furtherance of its anti-gun propaganda push, CNN’s anti-Trump pundit, Jake Tapper, will host a town hall Wednesday night featuring these children.

Many, however, see CNN’s use of these minors as an act of partisan exploitation that is not only immoral, but also not good for the mental health of children so soon after they have witnessed such a traumatic event.

Appearing on Fox News, the Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway said, “There’s been unfortunate media handling of these traumatized children. They’ve used them as ways to enact what they always like to do, a gun control agenda,” she said before referencing CNN’s upcoming town hall. “These children aren’t forcing their ways on to CNN, town halls, or covers of magazines. Media is choosing them to put there, to shut down debate and keep people from having a conversation about gun control.”

Truth Revolt also singled out CNN. “[The children’s] outrage is more than understandable after witnessing a mass shooting and fearing for their lives, but it’s shameful that CNN, and many other leftist outlets, would exploit them over and over again online and on-air to push the media’s gun control agenda. ”

The Federalist asks, What if putting “traumatized teenagers” on TV is “not healthy?”

“But what if putting traumatized teenagers, mere days removed from a shocking and life-changing event, in front of cameras and crowds is not healthy? Have we thought that through,” the Federalist asks, before closing with this, “Leave the kids alone. It’s our job to lead, not theirs.”

In her syndicated column, Michelle Maklin writes, “Many [of these children] may be exceptionally smart, passionate, and articulate beyond their years, but they do not possess any semblance of wisdom because they have not lived those years. Their knowledge of history, law, and public policy is severely limited … And their moral agency and cognitive abilities are far from fully developed.”

She adds, “Most are in no position to change the world when they can’t even remember to change their own bedsheets … Yet, [Lawrence] Tribe relishes the opportunity to hide behind the young Parkland activists headed to CNN’s propaganda town halls[.]”

At National Review, Ben Shapiro writes, “CNN plans a full primetime special with the victims’ classmates, parents, and community members … What, pray tell,” Shapirios asks, “did these students do to earn their claim to expertise? They were present during a mass shooting, and they have the right point of view, according to the Left.”

Singling out CNN, Shapiro points out that “There’s a reason that producers at CNN are eager to put [high school] junior Cameron Kasky in front of the cameras: He says things like ‘You’re either with us or against us.’ It seems a stretch to think that if Kasky were instead advocating for more armed school security, CNN would be breaking into its primetime lineup to air his views.”

Talking about CNN and other left-wing news outlets, National Review’s Dan McLaughlin writes, “’I’m never in favor of the whole spectacle of using kids as political props, which both sides do, but it’s one thing when it’s relatively benign stuff — a politician campaigning with his family … Those aren’t efforts to use kids as human shields against hard questions being asked in a serious public-policy debate.”

Hot Air’s John Sexton believes CNN is feeding these traumatized children talking points: “Perhaps what’s most striking is how closely some of [student Emma Gonzalez] points seem to mirror talking points tweeted out a couple days earlier by, wait for it, CNN. It’s almost as if CNN is feeding the students information for the events it then covers as the authentic voice of the students.”

Sexton also worries if CNN is exploiting these kids to promote its agenda. “Is it odd to anyone else that a CNN news story about student gun control efforts features a segment promoting CNN’s own town hall event? Is CNN reporting here or promoting an agenda?”

When Tapper himself, the former Salon writer and host of CNN’s upcoming anti-gun town hall, was criticized for “using traumatized teenagers,” he avoided the subject by accusing his critic of lying.

Twitter user @kengardner11 tweeted to the left-wing Tapper, “Using traumatized teenagers who don’t even yet know enough to have coherent political views as emotional props to push a particular political agenda is not healthy or logical.”

Tapper fired back with a non sequitur: “You said something demonstrably false and now you’re trying to change the subject.”

Gardner replied, “Um…really? What did I say that you claim that was demonstrably false? Demonstrate it to me. But focus on what I actually said.”

Tapper was then forced to change the subject, arguing that Gardner accused him of bias. When Gardner challenged Tapper to point out where he did this, Tapper abruptly shut down the discussion. “[T]his doesn’t seem a conversation you’re trying to have in good faith, so adios! Have a great weekend,” Tapper snarked.

https://twitter.com/KenGardner11/status/965324948767170560

Tapper’s intellectual dishonesty has been the typical response from CNN to those criticizing the last-place network for using children, who are obviously traumatized, as a means to push its anti-gun agenda.

Rather than address the actual issue at hand — Is it appropriate to use children as young as 14 in this way? — CNN manufactures arguments its critics did not make or focuses on straw men, like a few conspiracy theorists claiming these children are actors.

CNN has yet to address the matter directly or to bring mental health experts on the air to discuss it.

Source: conservativefighters.com

Texas School District Bans Gun Control Protests During Class

Amid events by various political action groups calling for students to walk out of classes and protest for stricter gun control following the Parkland, Florida, shooting, one Texas school district said students will not be permitted to participate on their campuses and if they do, they will be suspended for three days.

The Needville Independent School District posted a statement from Superintendent Curtis Rhodes on the Needville High School page. He called school “a place to learn and grow educationally, emotionally, and morally.” Rhodes added that they will not tolerate disruptions.

“The Needville ISD is very sensitive to violence in schools including the recent incident in Florida,” but it will “not allow a student demonstration during school hours for any type of protest or awareness!!,” wrote Rhodes, adding that “anytime an individual chooses to harm others, we are sensitive and compassionate to those impacted.”

“There is a ‘movement’ attempting to stage walkouts/disruptions of the school through social media and/or other media outlets,” noted the superintendent. He added, “Should students choose to do so, they will be suspended from school for three days and face all the consequences that come along with an out of school suspension.”

The post continues on to say that life is about choices “and every choice has a consequence whether it be positive or negative.” Rhodes advised the school district will discipline regardless of whether one, 50, or 500 students choose to walk out of class and protest by suspending them for three days. He added that a parent’s note will not be accepted to “alleviate the discipline.”

Rhodes closed his statement by telling students to “respect yourself, your fellow students, and the Needville Independent School District and please understand that we are here for an education and not a political protest.”

Needville is located roughly 60 miles southwest of Houston.

Source: conservativefighters.com

SHOULD DONALD TRUMP BE ALLOWED TO CARRY HIS GUN WHILE PRESIDENT IF HE WANTS TO?

After death threats Donald Trump has told CBS “Face The Nation” that he is INDEED packing. There has been much debate about gun laws in America after college shootings and mass murders.

He was asked why he obtained a concealed weapons permit years ago. Trump replied, “Because I like to have myself protected.”
When pressed to answer if he carries currently Trump answered, “Sometimes”.Trumps response is likely to cause an uproar as the Obama Administration is calling for stricter gun laws.He was asked about the Oregon shooting and if gun laws were enforced could it have been prevented.“Had somebody in that room had a gun, the result would’ve been better,” Trump said, “I feel much better being armed.”
President Donald Trump expressed his condolences Monday morning to the victims of the horrific shooting at a Las Vegas hotel that left more than 50 people dead and 200-plus injured—but did not call for any gun legislation.Trump, who ran as a champion of gun rights throughout his campaign, is unlikely to directly tackle the issue of gun control and, in fact, rolled back a restriction that made it more difficult for people with mental illnesses to purchase a gun.

The Republican-controlled Congress also is unlikely to make any moves.

Trump called the shooting “an act of pure evil” during a press conference later Monday morning, but did not mention guns in his statement.”

Congress is now considering a law that would open the market for gun silencers, as shooting victim and House Majority Whip Steve Scalise returned after suffering life-threatening injuries in June. The House could pass the legislation this week.

The bill, called the Sportsmen Heritage and Recreational Enhancement Act, was delayed following the shooting of Scalise and two Capitol Hill police officers. If passed, it could remove regulations put in place more than 80 years ago.
But Sunday’s tragedy, when Stephen Paddock, 64, opened fire Sunday at the Route 91 Harvest Festival, will likely fuel a new round of gun control discussions on the national stage, pitting those who want more restrictions in place against staunch defenders of Americans’ rights to carry firearms.
The president is likely to stick with the former group, considering the speech he gave to the National Rifle Association in April on his 100th day in office.

Trump told a crowd in Atlanta that the “eight-year assault” on gun rights had faced a “crashing end” after he was elected—a direct shot at his predecessor, Barack Obama.

“You have a true friend and champion in the White House,” Trump said. “No longer will federal agencies be coming after law-abiding gun owners. No longer will the government be trying to undermine your rights and your freedoms as Americans. Instead, we will work with you, by your side.”

During the speech, Trump also credited NRA members and gun rights advocates for helping him reach the White House.
“Only one candidate in the general election came to speak to you, and that candidate is now the president of the United States, standing before you again,” Trump said. “I have a feeling that in the next election you’re going to be swamped with candidates, but you’re not going to be wasting your time.”

Well before that speech, Trump made good on his promises to the advocates.

In February, a little over a month in office, he signed a law that rolled back a regulation that added people receiving Social Security checks for a mental illness and those unable to handle their finances to the national background-check database, according to NBC News.The president signed the law, H. J. Res 40, in private without cameras around on February 28. The White House mentioned the signing at the bottom of an email alert, well below other legislation he had signed that same day.

The Trump administration also is considering a measure that could open up gun exports, as the industry has dealt with a slump in sales since the president’s election. The measure would place some oversight of gun exports in the Commerce Department’s hands, a switch from the State Department, which treats the sales as a matter of national security, CNN Money reported.
This story has been updated to include the president’s remarks during a press conference Monday morning.
Source: www.readfirstoday.com

Historic Victory! Congress Just Voted 231-198, Gun Owners Are Cheering

The House of Representatives had been given a shot within the arm as of late through the instance of Speaker Paul Ryan as he attempts to outpace the maximum enthusiastic Congress ever conceived. This special experience of urgency has even inflamed the Senate in which Mitch McConnell has eventually decided to get his act collectively and do anything apart from whinge about how difficult it is within the Swamp!

This recent exuberance became supplied by President Trump who knew what the spirit of the American humans was seeking out when they elected him into the workplace. That excitement at spurring on actual exchange in the united states has long gone a long way closer to getting matters executedno matter no assist from the RINOs or the Democrats!

One of the most useful victories best befell every week ago when the Tax Code Overhaul invoice become exceededbut even better these days is the subsequent legislative victory that Ryan and the house have registered and this is the passage of the conceal carry Reciprocity Act! this is a big victory for gun-proprietors throughout Americahowever of direction, this additional manner that the house without delay voted against gun control. Cue screaming liberals.

Via Right Wing News:

The House passed a bill on Wednesday, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, that would allow those with concealed carry permits to conceal carry across state lines.

The legislation passed with a vote of 231-198 and it would tighten background checks that federal agencies report.“An overwhelming majority of Americans support concealed carry reciprocity.

Momentum, common sense, and the facts are on our side,” said Richard Hudson (R-NC) of the bill before the vote.

This legislation is popular with gun owners and the majority of Americans. Cue the outrage from foaming at the mouth leftists.

Jerry Nadler (D-NY) is the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee. He released a statement about the bill. “The obvious solution to the varying state laws is to continue to do what is currently done by many states, which is to choose which other state permits they will recognize. Some states, including my state of New York, have chosen not to recognize permits issued by any other state. Most states, however, have chosen to recognize permits from at least some other states — basing the choice on the strength of the standards employed by the other states. We should not disregard these determinations, which is what this bill would do.”

Elizabeth Esty (D-CT) said the bill would undermine states’ rights, that it would “hamstring law enforcement and allow dangerous criminals to walk around with hidden guns anywhere and at any time. It’s unspeakable that this is Congress’ response to the worst gun tragedies in American history.”

Getting the bill through the Senate is another matter and it will be tough with a fractured caucus on the Republican side.

With the Alabama Senate race now seemingly within the hands of the Democrats, this may be a totally tough promote within the Senate. Mitch McConnell may have his hands full just attempting to convince the RINOs to vote this throughnot to mention all the rest. Getting the 8 Democrats to vote for it’ll be a miracle.

Crossing our fingers possibly won’t be sufficient. At this pointit is able to take a variety of phone calls from materialslet’s hope that clearer heads will be triumphant in this argument. The Left is going to be on a tear with this bill as soon as it goes on up to the Senate. There won be an afternoon that goes by way of that gun manage headlines aren’t glaringly apparent. If McConnell can get this finished, he will have earned his very massive paycheck.

What do you think about this? Do not hesitate and write your thoughts in the comment section below.

Source:conservativepost.com

When Shooter Opens Fire, Witness Doesn’t Have a Gun to Fight Back — So He Uses His Car Instead

Two regular guys took heroic action to stop a man shooting an AR-15 rifle at a Dollar General store near Buffalo, New York, on Tuesday afternoon — with one of them hopping in his car and running over the suspect to prevent him from firing another round.

What went down?

  • Mark Pinnavaia owns Darylls Car Audio across the street from the Dollar General in Cheektowaga and told WGRZ-TV his employee Chris Kaufmann yelled “shots fired.”
  • Pinnavaia told the station they saw a man “shooting at the front” of the Dollar General.
  • He told WGRZ Kaufmann picked up the phone to call 911.
  • Pinnavaia grabbed his cellphone and keys, and hopped into his Ford Focus in the parking lot so he could gain a good vantage point and be “the best witness that I could possibly be,” the Buffalo News reported.

What did Pinnavaia do when the shooter momentarily put down the rifle?

  • Pinnavaia — who’s a reserve deputy for the Erie County Sheriff’s Office but didn’t have a gun on him when the bullets started flying, the Buffalo News said — saw a chance to stop the shooter.
  • “I proceeded to drive as fast as I possibly could to hit the individual,” he told the paper. “I had full intentions to hit him if that’s what it would take to stop him.”
  • Pinnavaia gunned his car across a side lawn and aimed it right at the shooter, who was running toward a Dollar General back door, WGRZ said.
  • “I caught him as he was jumping up over the roof of my car … there’s actually a foot print on my vehicle where he hit,” Pinnavaia told the station. “At that point he ran, and I jumped out of my vehicle and began a foot pursuit.”
  • Kaufmann joined the chase, and they both ran after the man until police caught up with him, WGRZ said.
  • “I was about five feet behind him when he jumped over a guard rail, and I saw officers with weapons drawn intercept him,” Pinnavaia told the station. “I broke off my pursuit and put my own hands up in the air.”

What did police have to say about the pair?

  • Cheektowaga Police Chief David Zack told WGRZ that Pinnavaia and Kaufmann  are “heroes” who likely prevented deaths: “It’s a miracle I am not reading off the names of deceased.”
  • “There was just incredible bravery on this part of these individuals,” Zack added to the station. “They were not going to be victims. They fought back, and they took this guy out, and they put a stop to it. No words could describe their courage.”

What else did Pinnavaia and Kaufmann say?

  • “This is not about being a hero,” Kaufmann told WGRZ. “This was about doing what you think you need to do and just doing it.”
  • “Some people have it in them to fight first, and I instinctively had that feeling to do whatever I could do,” Pinnavaia told the Buffalo News, adding that there was no fear, only “adrenaline.”

What’s up with the suspect?

  • Police identified the shooter as Travis J. Green, 29, the Buffalo News said.
  • He walked into the Dollar General around 2:30 p.m. and asked for an application, WKBW-TV reported, citing the Erie County District Attorney’s Office.
  • The suspect got angry and left the store, investigators told WKBW, and then fired 20 rounds with an AR-15 rifle at the store from the parking lot. He was wearing body armor and camouflage, the station added.
  • Green — who was in possession of two rifles and 800 rounds of ammunition, police told WGRZ — was arraigned on felonies including attempted murder, assault and criminal use of a firearm and was held without bail.
  • A 53-year-old Cheektowaga man was shot in the shoulder but was released from a hospital and is home with his family and recovering, WKBW-TV reported.Here’s a news report with more information on the suspect:

Source:conservativefighters.com

CALIFORNIA MASS SHOOTING: GUN LAWS DIDN’T STOP GUNMAN FROM GETTING ILLEGAL WEAPONS

California school shooting

As details in the California shooting spree emerge, one detail has been made clear: the state’s highly restrictive gun laws did not stop Kevin Janson Neal from illegally obtaining the guns he never should have had.

According to a story by MercuryNews.com, Neal’s violent history and recent arrest made it impossible for him to obtain guns legally. Authorities are not sure how he got his guns. Neal reportedly had a number of guns in his possession, and at least one was semi-automatic. Police are unsure of he illegally modified a gun to make it semi-automatic. We also know that Neal had magazines that held more than ten bullets, which are illegal in the state. And yet, he managed to get them.

On a related note, we do know that one change spurred by the Sandy Hook shooting did save lives in the shooting rampage that left five dead and ten injured in Northern California. As soon as word spread of an active shooter in the area, a lockdown at a nearby school kept Neal out, after he attempted to enter and continue his spree.

Unfortunately, for those left unprotected by the school lockdown, there was no gun ban or law that could stop a man with documented mental problems and the intent to kill.

California has a program, the Armed and Prohibited Persons System (or APPS), that allows violent or mentally disturbed individuals to have their guns taken away from them. Neal should have been on the list, and it is not yet clear if any guns had been taken away from him. We do know authorities were aware that he owned guns, and his neighbors made numerous attempts to warn authorities of his violent behavior and his gun ownership. He was often seen firing a gun on his property.

From Mercury News:

The AP reported that the gunman was out on bail for a charge of stabbing a neighbor, had been the object of complaints from neighbors who said he had been firing off hundreds of rounds of ammunition, and had been the subject of a domestic violence call the day before the attack.

Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said the shooter was facing charges of assaulting one of the feuding neighbors in January and that she had a restraining order against him. And the Sacramento Bee reported that Neal had been accused twice this year of assaulting his neighbors.

With his violent history, why hadn’t anyone done anything to get this guy off the streets?

Johnston did not comment immediately on the shooter’s access to firearms, but he did tell the Sacramento Bee that one of the fatalities was a woman who lived near Neal and had been the victim of the assault in late January that ended with the suspect in jail. Johnston added that he “believed the suspect was slapped with a restraining order following the January arrest that would have prevented him from owning firearms for at least a period of time,” the Bee reported, “although he had no details on that.”

Neal’s neighbors, though, certainly are expecting some answers and soon. Cristal Caravez and her father live across a ravine from the roadway where the gunman and his first victims lived. She said they and others heard constant gunfire from the area of the gunman’s house, but couldn’t say for sure it was him firing.

“You could hear the yelling. He’d go off the hinges,” she told the AP. The shooting, “it would be during the day, during the night, I mean, it didn’t matter.”

Caravez and her father, who is president of the homeowners association, said neighbors would complain to the sheriff’s department, which referred the complaints back to the homeowners association. “The sheriff,” said Juan Caravez, “wouldn’t do anything about it.”

The gunman’s sister, Sheridan Orr, said her brother had struggled with mental illness throughout his life and at times had a violent temper. She also said Neal had “no business” owning firearms.

Neal, 43, was arrested Jan. 31 and booked into Tehama County Jail on charges of assault with a deadly weapon, according to police logs published in the Red Bluff Daily News, which is owned by the parent company of this newspaper. Documents reveal that Neal was due to stand trial Jan. 11, 2018, on charges of second-degree burglary, assault with a deadly weapon, two counts of false imprisonment by violence, discharge of a firearm with gross negligence, possession of an assault weapon and misdemeanor battery, according to the News.

Tehama County District Attorney Gregg Cohen told the News that Neal had a long-running dispute with his neighbors and during the January incident allegedly shot through a wooden fence at two female neighbors as they walked along the fence. Neal then jumped the fence, confronted the women, stabbed one and took a cellphone from the other, Cohen told the newspaper.

At the time of the shootings, Neal was out of jail on $300,000 bail and had been since shortly after the January incident. His trial was scheduled for January following a preliminary hearing set for Dec. 15. Neal sometimes used the last name Smith, Cohen told the News. The January incident was the first contact his office had had with Neal.

According to a report in the Redding Record Searchlight, prosecutors alleged Neal attacked one woman and robbed another in the Jan. 31 incident, according to court documents. “A Tehama County judged signed a protective order against Neal for both women and a felony criminal trial against Neal was set to begin next year,” said the report, adding that Neal had held both women against their will using violence. Court records show he also fired a gun during the attack — possibly an AR-15 Bushmaster rifle. “The rifle was specifically called out as an illegal assault rifle in the criminal complaint against Neal, though it’s unknown whether the same weapon was used during Tuesday’s deadly shooting.” Neal is reported to have used some sort of assault-style weapon in the shooting; many types of assault weapons are illegal in California. Large ammunition magazines (holding 10 or more bullets) are also illegal in the state; one neighbor said Neal clearly had such magazines, judging from the number of bullets he was firing around his place in the weeks before his allegedly murderous rampage.

 

 

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WATCH: Joe Biden Says Man Who Stopped Texas Church Shooter Never Should Have Had That Gun

Former Vice President Joe Biden appeared on NBC’s “Today” on Monday where he said the hero who shot the Texas church gunman should not have had the weapon he used to stop the murder spree.

Biden’s remark came as a response to a question from someone in the audience who asked him to justify the Democrat’s call for more gun control — even though the shooter was stopped by a good guy with a gun.

“Well, first of all, the kind of gun being carried he shouldn’t be carrying,” Biden said. “Assault weapons are . . . I wrote the last serious gun control law that was written and was law for 10 years, and it outlawed assault weapons and it outlawed weapons with magazines that had a whole lot of bullets and so you can kill a whole lot of people a lot more quickly.”

Biden continued by saying that it is rational that some people not own guns but that there is nothing that can be done if a crazy person obtains a gun legally.

WATCH:

Source:www.dailywire.com

California Senate Votes 28-8 to EXEMPT ITSELF From All California Gun Laws

JFA | The California State Senate agrees with Charlie Rangel that they “deserve” to own guns but the citizens do not! Every year they pass more and more gun control laws and NONE of them apply to themselves!

They voted 28-8 to exempt themselves from the gun-control laws that apply to the rest of the California.

You think maybe this will cause Californians to rise up? NOPE! It happened 5 years ago and since then, California has passed a plethora of other gun laws…that only apply to citizens.

Yes, you heard me right! The exemption was created in 2011 and the California legislature has passed a number of gun laws since. Pretty easy when you are passing bills that do not apply to you!

It is not the only special privileges California legislators provide themselves!

They do not pay red light camera bills or for gasoline!

How does it all happen so easily in California? The Washington Post explains:

Attempts by a handful of reformers to require politicians to provide a full annual disclosure of the benefits received from the public treasury have been rebuffed. Currently, government officials must file a statement of economic interests revealing income from any source other than a local, state or federal government agency. Gifts worth more than $50 also must be disclosed, but lawmakers rejected a bill that would have prohibited acceptance of concert and sporting event tickets, gift cards, spa treatments, golf outings and other benefits from lobbyists trying to buy votes.

Bills of this nature never meet an honest fate in which roll-call votes put members on the record as favoring or opposing each idea. Instead, reform measures are held in committee to die quietly as legislative deadlines pass. As of last week, it’s effectively impossible for a bill to become law if it hasn’t already passed in at least one of the chambers.

…and it just goes on and on!

Red Skelton said so eloquently in his commentary on the Pledge of Allegiance:

And to the Republic — A Republic: a sovereign state in which power is invested into the representatives chosen by the people to govern; and the government is the people; and it’s from the people to the leaders, not from the leaders to the people.

California has it backwards, they are running with the method of “from the leaders to the people.”

That is why I joined the 5 million people who have fled California within the last decade.

You can take me out of Texas in a pine box, and even then I will be kicking and screaming!

Source:theviralpatriots.com

Immigrant Shoots White Guy Because Of ‘Racist’ Look, Instantly Realizes He Picked On Wrong White Boy

For all of the concerns that pop up over how illegal immigration affects the United States as a whole, we have nowhere near the problems at hand as the folks over in Europe do.

In fact, we need to look no further than across the big old pond for what can happen when scores of immigrants are left unchecked.

The effects are chilling, and we’re not just talking about an increased terror threat. Integrating folks into a society that they’re not accustomed to dealing with can lead to some untenable situations.

Mad World News passes along another disturbing incident that demonstrates that fact.

When a Swedish citizen received a knock at the door of his home in Gävle, he was greeted by 4 angry Eritrean migrants who demanded he move his white Volvo from its position in the street in front of his house.

Initially, the migrants demanded that frightened guests lower their eyes and not look at them before launching into an inane tirade, claiming that the car’s position on the street “persecuted” him.

When the man refused to move his vehicle, one of the migrants pulled out a starting pistol and fired it directly into the man’s thigh. Unfortunately for him, this only made their white victim angry.

Friar Tider reports that after shooting the unnamed white man in the leg, the injured victim took down the armed migrant and wrestled the gun away from him.

Incredibly, the injured Swede managed to fight off all 4 migrants before police arrived and arrested the 21-year-old Eritrean asylum seeker.

While it’s certainly impressive that the victim stood up for himself and fended off the attackers, the fact of the matter is that he never should have had to deal with such nonsense in the first place.

The victim explained to police that the men had accused him of racism for not agreeing to move his car before finally brandishing the starting gun and shooting him in the leg.

“Do not look at me!” shouted one of the Africans at the first man. “Damn racist, we take as much we want! It’s not your street!” the Africans screamed at a woman.

When the migrant, who has not been named, was arrested, he told police that he shot the man because he believed he, like all white people, is racist.

“He looked crazy at me. I have to protect myself. Everybody is racist!”

Violent incidents are not the sole domain of illegal immigrants. As we all know, it’s quite the contrary.

However, the risks of such things taking place are only increased when gobs of people with outlandish beliefs are given free rein to come and go as they please.

For those that insist on portraying people that are concerned about the effects of immigration as being heartless and cold, a closer examination of the facts and a long look in the mirror are way overdue.

Source: Mad World News, myrightamerica.com