Monday, June 27, 2016

A better and more clear second amendment.

The opening declares it to be a natural right
As it is the natural, absolute and fundamental right of the individual to keep and bear arms, Congress, any State, any political sub division within a State shall make no law no law:

This article recognizes the right of the individual to keep and bear arms and spells it out.
-- That in any way, abridges, restricts, infringes or denies the absolute right of the individual who is not lawfully incarcerated, who is of 18 years or older in age, to acquire lawfully, keep and carry either openly or concealed about their person, arms or components of arms and ammunition, in any all and all areas of the nation.

This article eliminates any possible permitting schemes and says permission to exercise that right cannot be required
 -- That requires any Individual who is not lawfully incarcerated, who is of 18 years or older in age to seek permission, permit or license, from any authority, to acquire lawfully, keep and carry either openly or concealed, arms or components of arms and ammunition in any all and all areas of the nation, for the defense of the individual, property and the defense of the state.

This article eliminates any registration schemes
-- That requires arms or components of arms and ammunition, or record of any lawful sale or the possession thereof, to be registered or recorded with any authority.

This article prevents guns and ammunition from being taxed so that they prohibitively expensive.
-- That imposes any special or selective, tax or regulation on any individual, corporation or other entity engaged in the manufacturing, distribution and sale of arms or components of arms and ammunition.

This article prevents any laws from being passed the restricting any particular designs of firearms and ammunition
-- That imposes any special design or requirements of arms and ammunition

This article prevents gun manufacturers from being sued by the misuse of their products by criminals
-- That places liability on any individual, corporation or other entity engaged in the manufacturing, distribution and sale of arms or components of arms and ammunition for the misuse of arms or components of arms and ammunition, used by another individual in any act.

This article prevents any member of any legislative body from introducing any law that is contrary to this amendment
-- It shall be unlawful for any member of the Senate, House of Representatives, any state legislator, any member of legislative body of a political sub division of a state to introduce or caused to be introduced or sponsor any bill, law, ordinance or other legislation that is contrary to the articles in this amendment.  Such persons shall be immediately removed from their office and incarcerated for a time of no less than 10 years.  Such persons shall forfeit all monies paid during their time in office and are forbidden from holding any elected or appointed office for the remainder of their life.

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

You are a liberal!

You are a liberal.

I found this article back in December and I have been meaning comment on it for some time and since it has been over a year since I have updated my blog, I figured this is was good place to start.

  The author bemoans the fact the number of gun sales on Black Friday (2014) broke records.  He list several attributes about those who purchased guns, calling them old white guys who are afraid, uneducated and uncultured.
My response to the author (I will not mention his name here) is this:


You claim to hate violence and aggression, but will gladly support the use of force against those you deem necessary.

You claim to support freedom of speech and expression unless it is on topics you disagree with.

You claim to be free thinker but are incapable thinking for yourself.  You simply follow the heard.

You claim to be an intellectual but you struggle to make change without a calculator.

You whine about mankind’s activities on the environment not realizing that we take better care of the environment now than we ever have in human history.

You claim to be politically engaged but you cannot name your state senator, representative, congressman or senator.  You would in all likely fail the citizenship test that legal immigrants have to pass to become a citizen.

You have probably never read the constitution.

You claim to be tolerant but at heart you are a bigot toward anyone who disagrees with you.

You claim support freedom and prosperity for everyone but support polices that will result in oppression and poverty.  

You claim to be pro-choice EXCEPT for guns, schools, unions, what kind car you can drive and what kind of food you eat.

I have said it before and I say it again: liberals are some of the most intolerant people that you ever meet!

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Happy Independence Day!

Notice that I did not say "Happy 4th of July", because we don't celebrate  that, we celebrate our  Independence Day, that day the Declaration of Independence was announced to the public.  Of course we had fight for that independence and 7 years later we achieved it.

I think it is a liberal plot to get people to say "Happy 4th of July" instead of  "Happy Independence Day" because of the word independence.  You see it people say Happy Independence Day it will remind them that they are independent and that is one thing that liberals do not like at all.

An independent person is one who is free to pursue their own goals and visions, free from the bonds of other people.  Liberal don't want that, they feel that everyone is connected to everyone else.  By connected I mean chained.

You see liberals despise anything that empowers the individual.  Here are some examples:

- They do not like the 401(k) retirement plan.  This allows people to save for their retirement instead of depending on a government plan.  What most people don't understand is for longest time, retirement was a luxury, most people worked until they died.  Another thing is that the retirement age of 65 years was started in Germany back in the 1880's when the average life expectancy was 45 years!  Very few folks would live to see 65.

- They despise the private automobile for the simple reason it allows the individual to go from where they are to where they wish be on their own terms.  They go when they want to and where they want to.  When you drive somewhere, you are in control.  You decide.  This is what liberals hate, that you have control.  They would rather you ride the bus, that way you are dependent on the bus's schedule and you can only go where it goes.
   There few things more rewarding than getting in your car and just going.  The great American road trip is an American icon.

- They absolutely hate those parents who home school their children.  They don't care a lot for private schools either but at least they conform to a government standard.  Through their teachers unions, the liberals have turned public schools into nothing more than indoctrination factories where any sort of  independent thought is quickly crushed (this is especially true at the university level).  Liberals do not want critical thinkers because critical thinker are so good destroying liberal arguments.
   Another thing about home schooling, it strengthens the bond between parent and child and liberals will not tolerate any other loyalties besides themselves.

- They hate single family houses.  The single family house enforces the individual family unit and the  individual themselves.  The house is separate building, free from others unlike an apartment which is connected.  They would be happy if we all lived in apartments where we are connected (chained) to each other.

- They reserve their most intense hatred for personal firearms.  Mention gun ownership in front of most liberals and they will blow apart like Chernobyl.  As I write this, my pistol is resting in a thigh holster on my right leg.  I stated in a previous entry, you can not deal with me by force because my possession of my gun prevents it.  You see, liberals are very happy to use force to impose their will and views on other people.

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Gay marriage

Well the Supreme court ruled that DOMA was unconstitutional.  And what happened: NOTHING.  The sun came up this morning, the earth was NOT knocked out of its orbit, the moon did not crash into the earth. The gates of hell did not open up (although with temperatures hitting 120 here in Chandler, it may seem like it).

As a libertarian, I have always believed that what a person does with their body is their business.  You own your body.  I have never understood why sex, an act that takes place between 2 people (or more for those folks interested in that sort of thing) should be the subject of scrutiny by millions.  All consenting adult have the right to make their own decisions regarding their own sexual activities.

Of course the conservative groups are unhappy about the ruling.  Like liberals, these groups want to control people's lives.  They say gay marriage is immoral and attacks traditional marriage (hence the name of "Defense of Marriage Act").  Why is gay marriage wrong and the Kardashian's 72 day long marriage or Britney Spears and Jason Alexander 55 hour long marriage not morally wrong?  Or a divorce rate of 50%?

What the supreme court struck down was now the federal government can no longer deny federal benefits from same sex couples.  They can receive social security benefits, file taxes jointly, etc.  12 states now recognize same sex marriages.  This is going to pose a problem, you see in Article IV, Section 1 of the United States Constitution their is a clause called the Full Faith and Credit Clause and this clause says that all of the states must respect "public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state."  This is why if you and your sweetie decide to elope to Las Vegas, your marriage is recognized in all the other states.

So if a same sex couple gets married in one state that recognizes gay marriage and then move to another that does not, that state may have recognize their marriage.  I see this issue coming before Supreme court again.

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Saturday remarks

Saw 'World War Z' last night.  While it doesn't follow the book (the book is a series of interviews taken place after the zombie war with various people who were a part of it), it is still a very good movie.  5 out of 5 stars!

After Earth (2 out of 5 stars) has Will Smith and his son playing father and son in future sci-fi setting.  The premise of the movie is that Earth has been abandoned for a 1,000 years due to the attack of creatures called 'Ursa' (which is Latin for 'bear').  These creatures are completely blind but have a precise sense of smell.  They can smell the hormones that humans give off when they are afraid .  Will Smith's character has perfected the ability to hide his fear thus he is 'invisible' to the Ursa's and is able to dispatch them with a really cool weapon that can assume the shape of various types of blades.

Huh?  A thousand years into future, where we have perfected morphing bladed weapons, portable medial imaging technology and faster than light starships but we have forgotten how to make guns?!

From what I saw, a .50 caliber Barrett would make short work of these creatures.

Speaking of guns.

Arizona is what is called an open carry state, this means that you can carry a firearm in a holster that is plainly visible while in public.  Open carry has never been illegal in AZ and up until 1994 when concealed carry was enacted, it was the only way carry a firearm in public.  In 2010 the requirement to have concealed carry permit to carry concealed was removed.  This is called constitutional carry and Arizona is on of only 4 states that have it (the others are Alaska, Wyoming and Vermont).

I sometimes open carry even though I do have an AZ concealed carry permit.  In I open carry more often that I conceal carry.

People have two ways of dealing with each other: consent or force.  When I carry my gun openly, I am saying that you cannot force me to do anything, you can only convince me to do something.  I believe that people who are afraid of other people open carrying are not really afraid of the gun or the person carrying it, they are resentful of the fact that they can not force their will on the that person and that person is also ready and willing to take on the awesome responsibility for their life.

One could argue that concealed carry is better then open carry.  The gun is hidden and no one is going get upset or scared.  While this true, you also appear unarmed to any potential attackers.  When I carry openly, I am saying to any potential attacker, "Stay away from me, I am dangerous to you!"

I would rather avoid a conflict by open carrying than having drawn my gun from concealment after an attack on me has been initiated.

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Red Dawn 2012 remake.

Red Dawn 2012 remake, my review.

When I first heard that Red Dawn was being remade back in 2009, I was excited.  It would be neat to see the Classic Cold War movie updated.  Due to to MGM's money problems, the movie was not released until 2012.  In the meantime, the original invaders were changed from China to North Korea.  This was done in order so that that film could be shown in China which is rapidly becoming the world's largest movie audience market (with 1.3 billion people, it's easy to why).
   The reason why China was to invade us was to collect on the debt that we own them (this makes no sense as only about 10% if the national debt is owned by foreign entities, the rest is owned by the American people).
   The film takes place in the Pacific Northwest, specifically Spokane Washington.  A west coast wide power failure paves the way for an airborne invasion. From this point, the movie goes down hill from here.
   An airborne invasion force would never use an urban environment as a drop zone, but they do in this movie.
   As in the original, a group of teens let by Chris Hemsworth (who at the time of filming was relatively unknown) hide out in the woods, train and start a resistance movement.  There are several plot holes that really detract from the movie.
   1.)  An airborne invasion force could not fly from North Korea to the Pacific Northwest with the planes shown in the film.
   2.)  As I mentioned before,  an airborne invasion force would never pick an urban area as a drop zone.  They would land outside the city, surround it then attack it from the ground.
  3.)  In one scene, a "FOOD DISTRIBUTION CENTER" is shown.  This implies that food is being rationed.  However, later on a few of the resistance fighters enter a open Subway fulled with people and clean it out of food.
   4.) The North Koreans were to have used some kind of EMP/cyber attack to cripple the US military.  They were to have own communication system which could be accessed by a portable computer that is kept in a case that resistance eventually captures.  HUH? this makes no sense to me what so ever.
  5.)   Chris Hemsworth's character is an active duty marine who is home on leave when the invasion takes place.  After the mission to capture the North Korean's computer, they return to their base of operations to celebrate.  After such a mission no marine would ever return to the base, this is basic small unit tactics.

There is one thing gave me the chuckles and made me proud to be living in Arizona:  In once scene we see a map of the US with the occupied zones in red.  California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Utah and Colorado are shown as 'occupied'.  Arizona is not.  Of course the Colorado river would be a substantial obstacle to any invasion from the west, once the bridges and dams were destroyed.  California, in my opinion, would gladly welcome communist invaders, as long at they kept the malls open.

Overall, ZERO out of 5 stars.  If Chris Hemsworth and Josh Hucherson (both relatively unknown at the time of filming) were not in it, this movie would have gone straight to DVD.