Posts Tagged ‘photoblog’

IRS buying shotguns!

Posted: 3rd February 2010 by Scott @ The Right of a Nation in General Politics
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Wait, they never mentioned this part in the Taxman song! The IRS is apparently in the market for 60 Remington 870 shotguns!  Pay up everyone! “The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) intends to purchase sixty Remington Model 870 Police RAMAC #24587 12 gauge pump-action shotguns for the Criminal Investigation Division. The Remington parkerized shotguns, with fourteen [...]

Tebow ad according to Sally Jenkins at the Washington Post

Posted: 2nd February 2010 by Scott @ The Right of a Nation in Abortion
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You can read her article at the Washington Post. Basically she discusses the fact that it is ridiculous that someone who is alive for the sole reason that their mother chose not to have an abortion in the face of danger decided to be appreciative of that, supportive of the pro-life choice, and suggests that [...]

Planned Parenthood lying about Martin Luther King, Jr.

Posted: 22nd January 2010 by Scott @ The Right of a Nation in Abortion
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According to Christian Newswire, Dr. Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr., has insisted that Planned Parenthood stop lying about her uncle. “Every year Planned Parenthood tries to imply that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would approve of what it does today because he received an award from the organization 44 years ago,” said [...]

Gun-Owners are Fearful and Paranoid

Posted: 21st January 2010 by Scott @ The Right of a Nation in 2nd Amendment
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At least according to Daniel Johnson at Salem-News. If you want to read the whole load of nonsense, you can go to the above link.  I’ll give you a few choice quotes. Mr. Johnson says that the support for the 2nd Amendment is about fear, on two levels. “The first level, which goes back to [...]

Brown Says Election Not About Obama

Posted: 20th January 2010 by Scott @ The Right of a Nation in General Politics
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Senator-elect Scott Brown of Massachusetts is now saying that he doesn’t think the election was “a referendum on Obama.” I don’t know if this is him not trying to make any waves, or if it is his way of attempting to stroke his own ego.  Either way, he then went on to say it also [...]

Married Couples Pay More in HealthCare bill

Posted: 11th January 2010 by Scott @ The Right of a Nation in Health Care
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According to The Wall Street Journal, some married couples are going to be paying thousands more dollars for the same health care coverage than unmarried couples. This penalty is in both the House and the Senate version (the Senate penalty is slightly lesser). For an unmarried couple with income of $25,000 each, combined premiums would [...]

Obama blames America first, as usual. According to the BBC, Obama reaffirms his stance on closing Guantanamo Bay.  In addition, he said “In fact, that was an explicit rationale for the formation of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.” This would include Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, who trained in Yemen and less than two weeks ago tried [...]

New Abortion Super Center opening in Houston

Posted: 6th January 2010 by Scott @ The Right of a Nation in Abortion
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According to CNSNews.com, a new 78,000 square foot abortion facility is being opened by Planned Parenthood in Houston, Texas.  The center will also have a wing for performing late-term abortions. According to the Wikipedia entry on late-term abortions, there is no general consensus on what specifically classifies as a “late-term abortion,” with them sometimes being [...]

NRA Update – Gun Confiscation after Hurricane Katrina

Posted: 5th January 2010 by Scott @ The Right of a Nation in 2nd Amendment
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I mentioned the gun confiscation after Hurricane Katrina a while back; you can read that here. In the January 2010 edition of NRA’s magazine “America’s First Freedom” there is an update to this story, written by Barbara Baird. Apparently, many residents are still waiting to get their guns back.  After a three year legal battle [...]

The Gadsden Flag

Posted: 5th January 2010 by Scott @ The Right of a Nation in History, South Carolina
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          Some history on the Gadsden flag, all of which can be found at Gadsden.info: It’s not known exactly when the snake image and the phrase “Don’t Tread On Me” were joined together, but in 1775, Marines (joining the Navy on their first mission to capture British cargo ships loaded with [...]