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Never Argue with a Madman

“Never argue with a madman.  Bystanders won’t be able to tell the difference.”    Author unknown.

I happened upon that piece of wisdom some years ago on a poster entitled “Corollaries to Murphy’s Law”, and filed it for future reference.  960 more words

Current Affairs

WOS Article: NRA's Wayne LaPierre Challenges Obama to Debate

Below is an excerpt from my new article at Wide Open Spaces:

Following President Obama’s disparaging comments on the NRA and guns at CNN’s recent “Guns in America” town hall, Wayne La Pierre challenged him to a one-hour debate.

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Why Do I Own Guns? Because I Like To Own Guns.

I bought my first real gun in Florida when I was 12 years old.  A beautiful Smith & Wesson 38. Got it in a flea market somewhere on Highway 441.  651 more words


NRA head wants to debate Obama on guns ... a week after skipping Obama town hall on guns

A week after refusing to participate in a town hall event at which President Obama responded to both allies and opponents on gun issues, the National Rifle Association is posturing about wanting to debate Obama. 76 more words


What You Hear Is What You Get - The NRA Response To Obama.

It didn’t take Wayne-o 48 hours to respond to Obama’s remarkable SOTU speech, and his response really points up both the success of the GVP movement to date, along with the challenge faced by GVP going forward. 641 more words


NRA Issues a Challenge to President Obama

NRANews released this new video from Wayne LaPierre at 6:00 PM Wednesday night.  In it, LaPierre starts out by saying “Americans are growing more and more sick and tired of Barack Obama. 104 more words

Gun Rights

NRA Vice Pres. Shatters Anti-Gun Rights Arguments in One Video

This is from MRCTV.org.

The National Rifle Association released a video Tuesday in which the organization’s executive vice president, Wayne LaPierre, explains some little-known facts about the NRA’s history with background checks – namely, that the group of gun-rights enthusiasts has always encouraged the practice, but is often thwarted by the system. 188 more words