Anti-Gun Protester Confronts Gun Owners Outside Obama’s Gun Town Hall, Screams ‘Terrorists!’

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This is from MRCTV. 

The thing this woman does not understand is without the Second Amendment she would not have free speech.

The Second Amendment is the guardian of the other nine amendments.

During a clash between protesters outside of President Obama’s town hall on guns at George Mason University, one woman called gun owners “terrorists,” sparking the anger of an opposing protestor who responded that he’d spent six years in the Marine Corps.

The woman, who was holding a sign reading, “Gradparents [sic], their children, and grandchildren have rights too! To live without fear of gun violence by domestic terrorists, anarchists, haters!!” was escorted away by another woman holding a “Moms Demand Action” sign.



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This is from Human Events.


At one time in our nation’s history, blacks feeling sorry for whites was verboten. That was portrayed in Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird.” This is a novel published in 1960 — and later made into a movie — about Depression-era racial relations in the Deep South. The novel’s character Tom Robinson, a black man, portrayed in the movie by Brock Peters, is on trial, falsely accused of raping a white woman.

The prosecuting attorney, while grilling Robinson, asks him why he spent so much time doing chores for the alleged rape victim when he had so much of his own work to do. After persistent prosecutorial haranguing, Robinson timidly admits that he felt sorry for her. That response elicits shock and dismay from the prosecutor and the courtroom: How dare a black man feel sorry for a white woman?!

As a result of the achievements of the civil rights movement, which gave black Americans full constitutional guarantees, I am free to feel sorry for guilty or timid white people. But there may be less of a need because of white people’s response to former NBA player Dennis Rodman’s bizarre interview from North Korea in which he claimed that North Korea’s evil tyrant, Kim Jong Un, is his best friend. Rodman has since apologized for some of his remarks. But he’s been a bit of catharsis. White liberals, both in and out of the media, made criticizing him nearly a national pastime.

Even Sen. John McCain, who couldn’t summon up the courage — nor would he allow his presidential campaign staff — to speak ill of Barack Obama’s minister, Jeremiah Wright, told CNN’s Piers Morgan in reference to Rodman: “I think he’s an idiot. I think he’s a person of not great intellect who doesn’t understand that he really does provide propaganda for this very brutal, ruthless young man.”

The widespread and open criticism of Rodman shows that there’s been considerable progress and that I don’t have to feel as sorry for white people. But what about the weak media response to Rep. Henry C. Johnson, D-Ga., who, during a 2010 House Armed Services Committee hearing concerning U.S. military buildup on Guam, told Adm. Robert F. Willard, the then commander of U.S. Pacific Command, “My fear is that the whole island will become so overly populated that it will tip over and capsize”? Adm. Willard replied, with all sincerity, “We don’t anticipate that.” I’d pay serious money to know what the admiral and his white staff said about Johnson after they left the hearing room.

Then there’s Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas, who asked NASA scientists whether they could drive the Mars rover to where Neil Armstrong placed the American flag. Actually, Armstrong planted the flag on the moon in 1969. In 2010, Jackson Lee pointed out: “Today we have two Vietnams, side by side, North and South, exchanging and working. We may not agree with all that North Vietnam is doing, but they are living in peace.” The fact of business is that as a result of North Vietnam’s conquest, today it’s only one nation, Vietnam. Another Jackson Lee geographical observation was her reference to “countries like Europe.” But we shouldn’t be that critical of her, because President Obama also has referred to people from “countries like Europe.” Referring to “countries like Europe” is just as ill-informed as saying countries like Africa or countries like South America. Of course, they are continents.

Some might recall the field day the media and social commentators had with Vice President Dan Quayle and his misspelling of potato, some of which was quite ruthless.Esquire named Quayle among “The Dumbest Vice Presidential Picks of All Time.” That kind of field day wasn’t seen in mainstream media in the cases of Johnson, Jackson Lee, and Obama. To have done so might have been deemed racist.
The bottom line is I’m glad the day has come when I can freely feel sorry for whites, who have to bite their tongue when it comes to criticism of blacks.

Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University.

[VIDEO] College students ask President Obama to spy on FOX NEWS employees

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This is from Campus Reform.

I weep for the future of Americans and my daughters.

I am raising them to be Conservatives to Love America

to honor our military past and present.

They are learning right from wrong and to speak up

against wrong and injustice.

They are being raised to honor fear and worship God.

They will know how to work hard and safely handle clean and

use several types of firearms.

Joshua 24:15

King James Version (KJV)

15 And if it seem evil unto you to serve the Lord, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.

Students at George Mason University (GMU) signed a petition early this month asking President Obama to listen in on the “private conversations” of all Fox News employees and their families.

WATCH: Students ask the White House to spy on FOX NEWS

The petition, which was circulated on GMU’s flagship campus in Fairfax, Va, near Washington D.C., by Media Research Center video reporter Dan Joseph, described the right-leaning news channel as “a threat to media integrity and an informed populace.”

“We want the to be able to legally read their private e-mails and listen in on phone conversations between Fox News employees and their associates and their families,” Joseph explained to students, asking for their support.

Reactions were mixed. While a handful of students appealed to a “the First Amendment” and the right to privacy, several described their “hate” for the news channel.

“Can you give me some time to think about this?,” asked one student before eventually providing his signature.

Another student expressed frustration that such a surveillance program would likely conflict with constitutional law.

“It’s virtually impossible but its a good cause,” she said. “I like your cause.”

In all, eleven GMU students signed the petition in about 45 minutes, according to Joseph.

On May 19, 2013, the Washington Post reported that the U.S. Department of Justice had monitored Fox News Reporter James Rosen‘s personal telephone calls and read his emails as part of an investigation into a leak.

The DOJ obtained permission through a FISA court for the wiretap after Attorney General Eric Holder personally signed a complaint naming him a “criminal co-conspirator” in the case.

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Walter Williams: Americans misunderstand point of the Second Amendment

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This is from The Daily Caller.

Walter Williams explains the Second Amendment.

I could not get the video to embed you can see it at the link above.

Author and economist Walter Williams told The Daily Caller that the purpose of the Second Amendment is to protect Americans from their own government — not simply to ensure hunting rights.

Williams, a syndicated columnist and the John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University, suggested that common misconceptions about the Second Amendment undermine the gun control debate.

“[The Founding Fathers‘] stated reason was to allow the American people to protect themselves from the United States Congress — that is, government. That’s why we have the Second Amendment,” he said.

“A lot of people are saying we should somehow control or restrict arms,” he continued. “And I would ask the question: Are we under any less a threat of tyranny from Washington than we were in 1787? And I would say no.”

Rifles and guns may not be able to stand up against the government’s tanks and fighter planes, Williams acknowledged, but he said history shows that small, outmatched resistance movements can still be successful.

“If push comes to shove, Americans would at least have a means to offer some kind of resistance, as people have done around the world.”

Guns also help deter crime, Williams said, citing a study that rapists are less likely to strike when women in the community take shooting lessons.

“[Rapists] are cowards, and if they think women can defend themselves, they’ll restrain their behavior or think twice,” he said. “The gun industry makes all kinds of interesting holsters where women can carry their guns, such as the bra holster. Guy acts like rape? ‘Well, yeah, let me get undressed, and then politely blow the guy away.’”

Look for the full interview with Williams on Monday.

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