“Gun Death” Columbia

Hey, the “Gun Death” Fanatics are always wanting us to be like other countries that don’t respect their people’s right to keep and bear arms. (Oh and no matter what the country laws say, EVERY HUMAN BEING has a right to protect their own life)

Well Columbia is one of those nations:

A teenager accused of brutally stabbing her mother more than 150 times has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.

…Typically there would be another hearing to prove insanity but in this case the prosecution said the evidence is clear the suspect was mentally ill.

A doctor testified in court that **REDACTED** is schizophrenic and had been suffering from some highly disturbing delusions for years.

Those delusions, attorneys believe, drove **REDACTED** to stab her mother more than 150 times last summer.

Her stepfather was home at the time and found his wife lying in the bathroom and **REDACTED** standing over her, holding a knife.

Not only was this not a “Gun Death” but the Step-dad had no means to prevent the death of his wife. PERFECT! We need to be more like Columbia!

H/T AntiCitizenOne

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“Gun Death” Pikes Peak

These mountain climb races scare the crap out of me. For good reason!

Authorities say a racer from Texas has died after he crashed his motorcycle at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb near Colorado Springs.

…The Colorado Springs Gazette reports that the Flower Mound, Texas, man lost control as he tried to slow down on a gravel parking lot after crossing the finish line on Pikes Peak’s 14,115-foot summit, landing on rocks.

He made it safe,and sound, only to be killed after he crossed the finish line!

Hey, but we should focus on “Gun Death” because that’s really relevant!

H/T Bob

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“Gun Death” Freak Crash

This is just nuts!

A man and his wife were killed in a tragic accident when the couple collided head-on while driving separate vehicles.

According to Department of Public Safety Trooper Jymie Ha, on Wednesday moring, Kristina Munoz, 26, was driving a car north on County Road 87, an unlined road, and crashed into a truck driven by her husband, Nicolas Cruz, 31, at the crest of a hill.

The couple was pronounced dead at the scene.

Authorities told the Times Record News they believe speed and the layout of the road could be contributing factors of the crash.

What are the odds? But we can focus on cars, or roads, because “Progressives” use those. Nope, let’s focus on guns!

Remember, only “Gun Death” Counts!

H/T Wallphone

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“Gun Death” Home Explosion

Gas Explosions are no joke:

Crews are recovering two bodies in the rubble after an explosion at a home in Wayne County.

Two people were inside the house along the Delaware River when the explosion happened around 10:30 p.m. Sunday.

…State police investigators believe the blast was fueled by propane but have not officially determined the cause.

But why bother figuring out the exact cause, we KNOW it wasn’t a gun! We should just concentrate on that! BAN GUNS!

H/T Wallphone

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“Gun Death” James Brady

Ok this story REEKS of Political Grandstanding

A Virginia medical examiner has ruled the death of former White House press secretary James Brady a homicide resulting from the 1981 assassination attempt against President Ronald Reagan, a Washington police spokesman said on Friday.

Now 73 is a bit young, and Mr. Brady’s partial paralysis probably did shorten his life, it DOES sound like we’re splitting hairs. From an article about Gabby Gifford’s injuries:

Giffords could regain much of her normal function through rehabilitative therapy, say doctors. Brady’s story is instructive; he initially lost all function in his left arm and most of the function in his left leg, and had difficulty controlling his emotions during speech. “He would kind of cry-talk for a while,” says Kobrine. Brady also had memory and thinking deficits, such as problems recognizing people. But 30 years after the shooting, he can walk and has regained almost all of his prior speech and cognitive function, says Kobrine.

Further I have not read what Jim Brady’s actual cause of death was, and certainly the article calling it a “Gun Death” doesn’t give any more insight. They must have their blood to dance in, even when it is over 30 years after the shot was fired.

H/T TS

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Light Blogging Ahead!

So we’re making our annual trip to lake Champlain tomorrow. I’ll be generally away from the blog all week. I have the “Gun Death” Reports all set up so you’ll get new content every day.

What’s exciting is little LaWeer’da will be making her first trip to Vermont OUTSIDE of Mommy! She’ll get a chance to swim in the big lake for the first time. I suspect she’ll love it.

A lot different from her little pool!

Baby Pool

Will be a well-deserved vacation! See you all in a week!

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Some Good Old Gross Biology!

Mdev Sent me this this story.

It’s all about masturbation in the animal kingdom.

It covers everything from Birds to Mammals and their ways to auto-erotically stimulate themselves.

Still what got good old Mdev to think of me, was the dolphin having sex with the decapitated fish.

Pretty gross, but different strokes for different folks!

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“Gun Death” Another Honor Killing

Man these Honor killings. There’s nothing honorable about them!

A young couple in Pakistan were tied up and had their throats slit with scythes after they married for love, police said Saturday.

…The girl’s mother and father lured the couple home late on Thursday with the promise that their marriage would receive a family blessing, said local police official Rana Zashid.

“When the couple reached there, they tied them with ropes,” he said. “He (the girl’s father) cut their throats.”

Classy, huh? Good thing they didn’t have a gun! Otherwise there would have been a “Gun Death” and this might be an important story!

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Tonight we SQUIRREL!

Another topic-rich show for you all tonight!

Ebola might be the new plague of the 21th Century

.Gov Types are REALLY horrible about keeping track of guns…hey but if your favorite gun shop has a clerical error on some of their paperwork you’ll have to find a new place to shop!


We’re going to get dirty talking about the Israel/Gaza war

The UK turning into an Islamic Theocracy

Massachusetts’ new gun bill heading to the Governor’s desk , It started out as an anti-gun bill, it still kinda is, but a lot of pro-gun stuff has been added. Bottom Line, Massachusetts is still not America.


Another Left-Wing Cabal of Journalists has been discovered
! This is my shocked face!

So yeah, join us at 9pm EST and call us to talk about this stuff! 214-530-0036

Another great show! It’s the SQUIRREL REPORT!!!

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Joan Steps in it Again

So Joan, like many anti-rights bloggers are mourning the loss of Jim Brady, the namesake of Handgun Control International’s name-change to The Brady Campaign.

I see Mr. Brady the same way as I see Gabby Giffords, somebody who was not seriously anti-gun, but married to an insane anti-freedom creep. Oddly enough after they suffered a debilitating brain injuries both became spokespeople for anti-freedom laws that had nothing to do with their injuries.

That’s my opinion, but I don’t begrudge people mourning their dead. I won’t miss him, but they seem to. I respect that. Jason “Baldr” Kilgore has a fairly too-the point epitaph here. I’ll leave the “Two Million NICS denials” bit alone for now. We all know how NICS works and the flaws of that statement.

Joan takes it a step further:

Today is the day I got the phone call telling me that my sister had been shot and killed by her estranged husband. The shooting happened on August 5th but my (at the time) brother-in-law sat in his house with two dead bodies apparently trying to decide what to do next. Shooting other human beings must be a terrible thing even for the shooter. How can one live with the idea that you have just brutally and inexplicably killed another person. He didn’t live too long actually. Several months after the shooting, he killed himself. Shootings like this one and so many other domestic shootings happen quickly in moments of anger, rage, jealousy, depression, misunderstandings and other “reasons”. When a gun is available to people in these states of mind, it is often used.

Of course the “Shooting Like This” didn’t happen quickly. Joan’s sister took a protective order out against her estranged, and abusive husband, and the shooting happened when she and her boyfriend went to serve him papers at his house.

My sister’s death will always be with me. I don’t want other families to feel this way. I can safely say that my sister would be proud of my efforts.

And what is she proposing?

It is not inconvenient to get a simple background check for a gun purchase. It takes mere minutes unless one is on the list of prohibited purchasers. Those folks should be inconvenienced. And, of course, the 5 day waiting period for gun purchases disappeared after 5 years of the Brady Law’s existence as a compromise in the original bill. One does need to ask what the hurry is when buying a gun. Sometimes my husband and I shop around for cars or mattresses or other furniture or desired items for days and weeks before we actually buy it. And then it may take a few days for delivery. A gun is designed to kill another human being. What’s the rush? And the public agrees with me ( from the linked article to the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence.)

What’s the hurry? Well Joan’s late brother-in-law already HAD guns, and was illegally keeping them after the restraining order was issued. He was friends with the local cops, so I suspect he wasn’t to worried about the shotgun he used being discovered. Still what about the woman who never thought about guns until somebody threatens their lives? What’s the hurry then? 5 (business) days waiting, for the gun, and often over a month waiting for the permit process is just “inconvenient” right?

Also nice of Joan to link a “Study” by her fellow Joyce foundation compatriots. Funny how Joyce people cite Joyce studies, Bloomberg People cite Bloomberg studies, and Brady people cite Brady studies. Most groups have multiple shell groups to make it appear like it is wide research, but it is about as accurate as when a candidate for office states an “internal poll” that cites they are way ahead in the race.

Also I love how she attacks the waiting period. It was abolished when the NICS system came into place. Before all background checks could ONLY be done by post mail. Technology rendered that archaic and obsolete. Actually the current NICS system is BETTER than the old one, but it’s also more convenient for gun owners, which is why they HATE it.

It was always about time to run the checks, never about a “Cooling Off Period” often cited. Also when somebody has DOZENS of guns, what exactly is making them wait going to do? You MIGHT argue that the FIRST gun might be a valid time for reflection, but still that puts people who have suddenly woken up about their self-defense, often in the gravest extremes, in danger. In those 5-7 days (longer if you can’t make it to the shop the day your gun is ready) is plenty of time for your stalker to beat you to death.

Sorry Joan, but even your best wishes wouldn’t have saved your sister’s life, and you certainly weren’t there to help her do the SMART think, like having a peace officer or registered mail serve the papers. Also do you think this was the FIRST Joan heard about her Brother-in-law being a dangerous and bad man? No, his face was all over the local news for his countless run-ins with the law, and those were NEWS reports. Didn’t she ever see her sister socially with her husband? Of course those things are never discussed. It’s not Joan’s personal responsibility to protect her family, it’s the GOVERNMENT’S job!!!

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