Tuesday, July 29, 2014


A man looks at a woman while jogging. She freaks out. Somehow, it is the man's fault, and she decides that he is a threat.

I can understand increased vigilance, but the man here did nothing wrong. Women seem to feel that all men are rapists. She claims that no one believes a woman that reports an assault. That is total bullshit. Men are constantly having their lives and careers damaged by women who falsely accuse them of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sexual harassment.

She says:

I'm ashamed for feeling ashamed.
I expect more from myself. But I also expect more from that man, from any man.

What should men do? Avoid all women?

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

The word "state" isn't important

Congress, when it passed Obamacare without even bothering to read it, set up a system where people who purchased health insurance policies from exchanges that were “established by the State under section 1311" would receive a tax subsidy to assist in deferring the cost of the policy. That subsidy would then be billed to the consumer's employer in the form of a tax, which the supreme court ruled was completely within Congress' taxing power to do.

Now the DC court rules that a person who does not buy their plan from an exchange that was “established by the State under section 1311," but instead buys the policy from a Federal exchange, is not eligible for the subsidy, which in turn means that their employer is not subject to the tax.

The Democrats and the mainstream press (but I repeat myself) are incensed. This is the same party that has insisted for years that "Security of a free state" cannot be ignored is now claiming that ignoring “established by the State under section 1311" is within the power of the IRS.

Now the case will be heard en banc by the entire 11 judge panel, and four of the additional judges are Obama appointees, meaning that there are now 5 judges who will side with Obama on this law. The mental gymnastics that are occurring here make it astoundingly obvious to me that there is no longer any interest on the part of the judiciary in maintaining a constitutional republic, but rather they seek to maintain party politics.

The Republic is dead. What is left in its place is a massive government that has rotted to its very core, where even the judges have foregone the idea of checks and balances, in favor of a system where every person is in the game only to their own benefit. A nation founded on the ideals of personal liberty is now a nation run for the financial benefit of each person at the expense of others, a massive rat race where people will do anything to win.


So this animal kills a cop, and the only thing his widow has to say about it, is that she wishes he had killed more of them before the cops shot him. This wasn't even this crazed animal's first murder: he had killed at least once before.

What I find most incredible is that this critter got his gun by stabbing and then beating up an armed security guard and stealing his gun, and the family of the felon are blaming the guard! This is what happens when you are living in a state where guns are illegal, the animals take over. They exploit that "beat someone up and steal their gun" loophole.

Animals like that are the reason that I carry.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Epic road trip

After all that has happened over the past 6 months, I decided to go on sabbatical and wander the country. About a month ago, I left on a journey to see what I could see. Since that day, I have been to Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Maine, New York, Maryland, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. I am in Pennsylvania now, and I am going to take a tour of Hershey this afternoon. I have traveled nearly 3,000 miles so far.
So far this summer, I have gone to a baseball game at Yankee Stadium, saw Times Square, gambled in a Maine Casino, and caught a 4 pound bass on the Canadian border. I have eaten lobster rolls, had a Maine lobster boil, eaten authentic New York pizza, Corned beef Reubens, and Coney Island hot dogs. I saw a concert in Atlanta.
I plan on visiting Tennessee and West Virginia before I head back to Florida. I have a lot of stories to tell, and they will be spelled out in this blog over the next few weeks. The three days I spent in New York City are going to be worth a few blog posts all by themselves.