Shooters Grill, a restaurant located in the aptly named town of Rifle, Colorado is being hailed as the most conservative restaurant in the country thanks to a photograph of a sign they have posted on their front door, which is now making its way around the Internet.
The reason Shooters Grill has a warm spot in the hearts of conservatives all across the country is due to it’s outspoken support of the Second Amendment, which is evidenced by the fact that patrons are served by waitresses who just happen to be packing a loaded Ruger .357 Blackhawk strapped to their legs.
Lauren Boebert, the owner of Shooters, posted a sign on the front door of the restaurant saying, “Guns are welcome on premises. Please keep all weapons holstered, unless the needs arises. In such cases, judicious marksmanship is appreciated.”
According to Young Conservatives, Boebert considers herself to be a strong supporter of the Second Amendment and wants to encourage other gun rights activists with the atmosphere her establishment provides.
“We encourage it, and the customers love that they can come here and express their rights. This country was founded on our freedom. People can come in carrying their gun, and they can pray over their food,” Boebert said.
Awesome. In a day and age when every liberal in the country is fighting hard to erase the Second Amendment, it’s encouraging to see patriotic Americans standing boldly for the right to own a gun, and showing their support for the cause in such a creative way!
America could use more restaurants and businesses like Shooters!
Three days before the 13th anniversary of 9/11, Great Falls, Montana Mayor Michael Winters received a special present in the mail from the Council on American-Islamic Relations — a copy of the Koran, complete with a cover letter:
CAIR’s cover letter does not acknowledge in any way the anniversary of our country’s worst terrorist attack. It’s not what the letter says, it’s what it doesn’t say. CAIR does not condemn terrorist attacks or recent actions by Islamic terrorists. The expectation appears to be that we’re to simply accept this peaceful gesture and overlook what terrorists are doing in the name of the religious book.
While CAIR would likely say that the Quran was distributed as an educational reference tool and in peace, the timing reflects very poor judgment; so much so, that one could interpret the mailing as an “in your face” overture. Americans could easily misconstrue the campaign as a subtle threat.
Every major town in Montana has received Korans. Given that CAIR is essentially the American public relations arm of Hamas, it is hard to believe they would be surprised to hear that the gift has been perceived as the equivalent of receiving the paw of your missing dog.
Reaching right to your heartland door.
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The U.S. and five Arab countries launched airstrikes Monday night on Islamic State group targets in Syria, expanding a military campaign into a country whose three-year civil war has given the brutal militant group a safe haven.
Using a mix of manned aircraft – fighter jets and bombers – plus Tomahawk cruise missiles, the strikes were part of the expanded military campaign that President Barack Obama authorized nearly two weeks ago in order to disrupt and destroy the Islamic State militants, who have slaughtered thousands of people, beheaded Westerners – including two American journalists – and captured large swaths of Syria and northern and western Iraq.
U.S. officials said the airstrikes began around 8:30 p.m. EDT, and were conducted by the U.S., Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates. The first wave of strikes finished about 90 minutes later, but the operation was expected to continue for several more hours, according to one U.S. official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly by name about an ongoing mission.
At a conference on Sept. 11 with Secretary of State John Kerry, key Arab allies promised they would “do their share” to fight the Islamic State militants. The Obama administration, which at a NATO meeting in Wales earlier this month also got commitments from European allies as well as Canada and Australia, has insisted that the fight against the Islamic State militants could not be the United States’ fight alone.
Because the military operation was ongoing, no details could be provided yet, said Rear Adm. John Kirby, the Pentagon’s press secretary. He said the military made the decision to strike early Monday. A White House official said Obama was being updated.