Bob Owens

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

Archive for February, 2013

Has Clueless Joe Biden suggested yet…

… that the best way to abort a baby is with a double-barrel shotgun? If he hasn’t, it’s just a matter of time.

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Bravo Company USA tells Milwaukee PD to FOAD after Cheif Flynn’s dishonest Senate testimony

Big city police chiefs are Democratic politicians, not law enforcement officers. Edward Flynn has undermined the Second Amendment and is now going to have to find rifles for his department elsewhere, as Bravo Company USA is done with his lies. Update: Via Western Rifles Shooters comes this eye-opener from Pro Libertate, which portrays Flynn as […]

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Marlin/Appleseed LTR announced

Within Project Appleseed, we’ve developed over time the concept of the “ideal rifle” for our course of instruction, which typically takes place at 25 yards on multiple small targets, firing from standing, sitting, and prone positions. As a general guideline we suggest a semi-automatic .22LR rifle with at least two 10-round magazines, military-style U.S. GI […]

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It’s time for this idiot to resign in disgrace: Clueless Joe Biden tells shooters to fire through the door, committing murder.

The Vice President’s 2013 Dangerous Advice Tour continues unabated, as he’s upgraded from telling women that they should commit assault with a deadly weapon to advocating murder: Well, the way in which we measure it is—I think most scholars would say—is that as long as you have a weapon sufficient to be able to provide […]

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Will magazine restrictions save lives? Video evidence from law enforcement

The theory behind magazine limits in gun banning terms is that if you make a shooter reload more often, they will be able to fire fewer shots, and there will be a “window of opportunity” where people near the shooter will have a chance to rush and overpower him. How does that play out in […]

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