The unlimited power of the sword is not in the hands of either the federal or state governments, but, where I trust in God it will ever remain, in the hands of the people.” This fervent hope was expressed in 1788 by Continental Congressman Tench Coxe of Pennsylvania.
During the more than 200 years since ratification of the United States Constitution, no God-given right has resisted a more determined opposition than the right to keep and bear arms. Gun owners have been threatened with fines and imprisonment for wishing to defend family and property. In Connecticut, law-abiding Americans were rendered defenseless by state statute, their slaughter knowingly and deliberately facilitated by politicians interested only in the implementation of an anti-gun agenda.
Spain has begun deportation proceedings against Imran Firasat, a Christian refugee from Pakistan, for making a documentary about Mohammed and thereby threatening the national security of Spain. If Firasat is deported back to Pakistan, he will face the death penalty proving that it’s a short step from the Spanish Inquisition to the Pakistani Inquisition.
The United States has a man sitting in prison for making another blasphemous movie, which the government spent weeks blaming for worldwide attacks on American embassies. And he isn’t the first man persecuted or prosecuted for offending Islam. Offending Islam has become a national security issue involving all levels of government.
University of Chicago Police public information personnel informed Breitbart News that there is at least one armed officer on duty a the school everyday and has been for “several years.”
Emanuel blasted NRA spokesman Wayne LaPierre after he proposed adding armed officers to schools across the country last week in response to the elementary school massacre in Newtown, Connecticut.
If we had a Congress with any coconuts, charges of TREASON would have already been brought up but Congress is either afraid or complicit.
But that’s just my opinion. 1 Dragon
Even in the new Obama era of high-level irresponsibility – in which the words “I take responsibility” are a magic spell, chanted to ward off consequences – it’s remarkable to achieve absolutely zero accountability for a deadly outrage like Benghazi. But that’s exactly what happened. The most serious price paid by anyone turns out to be U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice failing to get her desired promotion to Secretary of State, and that’s not much of a “punishment.” Also, Rice played a key role in the Administration cover-up, but she had nothing to do with the decisions that got four Americans killed.