Category Archives: justice

this looks promising

gun attorneys

our people come first

Malodorous Thoughts — unfair

read the whole thing.

I’d quote my favorite bits but I don’t want to give away the ending.

where there’s a will …

The Smallest Minority,, Soldier’s Angels & gun bloggers are gettin’ it done good ol’ boy style.

We’ve managed to bypass PayPal! Another sponsor of the Rendezvous,, an ammo site, is doing the on-line ticket sales for us with all proceeds (minus the 3% credit card fee) going to Soldiers’ Angels. Soldiers’ Angels is still taking phone orders for those who don’t want to purchase on-line. Details here.

in spite of the opposition, taking care of the troops is still a priority to some people and as a Veteran I thank you all.

who’s your pal?

really frosts me when the people here, flourishing in the environment created and protected by soldiers, not only won’t help but go so far as to actively block the efforts of good people who are helping.

TY Kevin and all for putting the word out.

sexist bastard

insomnia has its uses….

It occurred to me while I was not sleeping that there was a serious lack of frilly girly stuff on ye olde blog site.

So, I decided to toss together some stuff. I stole borrowed the ‘Chicks with Guns’ label from Breda (librarians love it when you borrow stuff) and added a new section to the left sidebar. Then I poked around the link lists of various well linked gunnie folks (and by that I mean LawDog*) to find additional sites I’d previously neglected.

Then I went through my rss feeds and saw a new entry from Melody that led me to Femina Fortis for the first time. I found myself ashamed that this quote is true for so many people.

I know I’m vulnerable.  I know I could very easily be a victim, and I HAVE been a victim.

My first husband was/is abusive.  I know other women who have been or are abused.  I know women who have been raped, and I know women who have been otherwise victimized.  I recognize the danger, and I recognize that I am particularly vulnerable BECAUSE I’m a submissive.

Then I got mad. And I plan on staying good and mad. WE ALLOWED this nation to evolve in a manner where women and children can’t walk down the street safely. WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH US?

I think its a crying shame that women are forced to protect themselves from criminals because our society’s values are so piss poor. I’m speechless to explain how OUR GOVERNMENT can think for a second we should be disarmed.

Can anyone out there honestly tell me that McCain and Obama were the best choices on any list? Pick your race; mayor, congress, senate….. I WOULDN’T PAY A POLITICIAN TO PICK UP DOG POOP. What the hell are we doing to this country? Our children grow up in a make believe world and their idols are reknowned for beating the system. 200 years from now when the children are learning American History (I hope) which names and faces from this group of elected/appointed officials will they revere?

I’m a part of this society and I’m forced to realize through my lack of action in the past I’ve contributed to the current situation. I have not been idle, but I can do more.

There’s a serious lack of frilly girly stuff in the world .. and its our fault. There is no excuse.

Next time you want to complain about our situation, find a mirror and take a good look at the voter you see in it.


*me adding stuff usually starts with a visit to LawDog’s as he was my primary inspiration for plunging into the blogging business in the first place.


I thought I stepped in something but it turns out I was smelling this instead:


‘(Washington, DC, June 6, 2008) – New figures showing that US incarceration rates are climbing even higher, with racial minorities greatly overrepresented in prisons and jails, highlight the need to adopt alternative criminal justice policies, Human Rights Watch said today.’  


‘The new statistics also show large racial disparities, with black males incarcerated at a per capita rate six times that of white males’ 

Alternative criminal justice policies? Huh?

What’s the alternative to incarcerating criminals? Not incarcerating criminals? Who thinks that’s a better plan than we’ve got now? Here’s an idea: if you think not prosecuting criminals is better than prosecuting criminals take a deep breath and hold it as long as you can; then I’ll help you hold it a while longer. Moron.

You can NOT I repeat NOT start telling Law Enforcement Officers they have a racial quota for catching bad guys. WHY? HERE’S WHY, YOU NUTJOB: First – exactly how is someone supposed to instruct the police to pick up more green people and less purple people without some freakin’ HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATION screaming racism? YOU CAN’T. CAN NOT. CAN’T BE DONE. Second – it’s morally wrong to target anyone due to their ethnic group. You target them when they break the law. THAT’S WHY.

Are there more purple people in jail than green people? Maybe so. Were the criminal charges against them fabricated because the justice system is racist? HELL NO. Should we let them out because we have a racial imbalance? You can’t seriously expect anyone to fall for that tripe. They are crooks and they should be behind bars and I stopped giving a rat’s ass about their rights the second they violated someone else’s. Human rights organizations seem to want us to look at stats before we arrest a crook. Do we let a baby-rapist walk if we already have 3 this month from that ethnic group? HELL NO. Do we need to arrest more green people for blue collar crimes and more purple people for white collar crimes? Probably, but not because they are green or purple; we need to arrest them because they broke the damn law. Are there criminals out there walking free? Yes there are, but again, they are not criminals because of their race, but because they BROKE THE LAW. There are more criminals than the LEO’s can catch. The police are spread pretty freakin’ thin and a few rotten apples aside, are doing the best they can. Considering crooks are playing outside the rules it’s no surprise the Coppers are falling behind in some spots.

It occurs to me that I started taking out the trash when its full of chicken bones and other juicy leftovers instead of leaving it overnight; and my dogs stopped getting in the trash. Perhaps it’s time someone took their spare time and looked into the reason people commit crimes and tried to fix it somehow. Maybe if we stopped shipping food overseas and fed the hungry here in the USA, fewer people would steal in order to feed their families. Maybe if we stopped taxing the working class to death, fewer people would take up tax exempt professions like illegal drugs. Maybe if more people were allowed their constitutional rights to self protection there would be fewer easy victims for criminals to prey upon.

Pause for more oxygen and less blood pressure
Breathe Breathe Breathe
Ok I’m back

‘This represents an incarceration rate of 762 per 100,000 US residents,the highest such rate in the world. By contrast, the United Kingdom’s incarceration rate is 152 per 100,000 residents; the rate in Canada is 108; and in France it is 91. ‘ 

This is an idiotic stat. What is the number of LEO’s (handy acronym I picked up off the TV) per 100,000 residents? Maybe French police overworked even more than US police. Maybe the Brits have problems handling evidence and critters (a LawDog term I like) are walking because the defense attorneys are better than the prosecutors. Maybe they just don’t have as many idiotic BS laws to break as we do on this side of the pond. Maybe Canadian criminals flee across the border. You know what though ? THEY ARE STILL ALL CRIMINALS.

Here’s a thought: maybe, just maybe, the penalties for breaking the law here are too weak and as a result don’t act as a deterrent to lawbreakers. Maybe people here break the law during football season so they can have free cable TV.

I think we the people should do more to help the situation; instead of sitting on our collective butts and bitchin’ about all the stuff the LEO’s do wrong. Here’s a tip: the police don’t make the law. Politicians make the law. We the people elect the politicians. So in essence, we make the law. Remember that the next time you think some law is stupid or cumbersome. YOU MADE IT HAPPEN. YOU DID IT TO YOURSELF. Either by voting for the imbecile who enacted it, or by not voting for someone who opposed it.

I don’t know how many counties nationwide have similar programs, but for those of you in AZ with the volunteer bug: