Bob Owens

The saddest truth in politics is that people get the leaders they deserve

Archive for March, 2012

Meet the new rifleman

I had the opportunity–along with a number of other bloggers–to attend the Appleseed event at the Revolutionary War Veterans Association (RWVA) range in Ramsuer, NC. I’ll be writing about this event in detail–probably to the point of annoyance in coming days and weeks ahead, as the experience meant that much to me. In the interim, […]

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Was Trayvon Martin a drug dealer?

I’ve been blogging since late 2004 and I’ve spent a considerable amount of time debunking media myths and misinformation over that time period. You would think after the faked atrocities, staged outrages, and in-kind contributions I’ve uncovered that I’d be immune from the mainstream media’s manipulative mindset. In the case of the Trayvon Martin shooting, […]

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Obama: “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon”

Do you think so, Mr. President? President Obama spoke out for the first time on Friday about the fatal shooting of an unarmed 17-year-old African-American boy in Florida named Trayvon Martin, calling it a “tragedy.” “I can only imagine what these parents are going through,” Mr. Obama said from the White House Rose Garden, “and […]

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You racist MFers

If he didn’t weigh as much as a small house, I’d love to midget toss Reverend Al and the rest of the race parade right out of Florida, banished from ever speaking again about the intersection of racism and gun violence. Trayvon Martin’s killing by a Hispanic man improbably named George Zimmerman a month ago […]

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Detective: Why you should concealed carry

Warning: A woman dies in the 9/11 call at the beginning of the video. The same thing happens ever single day to unarmed victims. (video h/t Packing Pretty) You can always decide whether to shoot your firearm when you have one. Without one, you are not a citizen. You are a subject, and a victim […]

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