Bob Owens

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

Archive for July, 2012

Democratic lawmakers plot to destroy entire economic sector, put thousands out of work

The White House and media spinners are trying to extricate themselves from voter’s legitimate fears that radical leftists would use the Aurora Colorado theater shooting as an excuse to push gun control measures. They’re failing miserably thanks to their own zealots. Ten days after the Colorado movie theater massacre, federal lawmakers introduced a bill that would […]

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One step from slander

The Democrats and their media must be feeling awfully desperate to run something like this. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has what he says is an informed explanation for why Mitt Romney refuses to release additional tax returns. According a Bain investor, Reid charged, Romney didn’t pay any taxes for 10 years. … “Harry, […]

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What if… Aurora edition

I’ve been writing a series of articles for PJ Media, So You Want To Own A Gun, geared towards prospective new firearms owners. Part 5 takes a darker turn, as we take a look at the Aurora Colorado theater shooting, the firearms involved, and what a (hypothetical) armed concealed carrier inside the theater might have […]

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No, you can’t print a gun

I’ve noted several journalists flipping out about the “end of gun control” because of a bit of 3D printing experimentation done by a gunsmith and presumed hacker going under the amusing alias of “HaveBlue.” Without getting to terribly detailed, HaveBlue took a CNC machining program used to build AR-15 lower receivers, and tweaked it to […]

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A bit of a crush… DPR long-range rifles

Last night I was surfing around and discovered Dixie Precision Rifles, which focuses on long range custom rifles for competition and hunting, and well as building up custom handloads for the rifles they build. Their custom rifles page has some beautiful examples of the rifle-maker’s art. Here’s one in particular that struck my fancy. Images […]

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