Irrational Christian Bias Against Guns, Violence And Self Defense

Herschel Smith · 22 May 2016 · 34 Comments

Several examples of Christians opposing all violence and means of self defense have been in the news lately, and I can't deal with all such examples.  But three particular examples come to mind, and I first want to show you one example from Mr. Robert Schenck in a ridiculously titled article, Christ or a Glock. "Well, first of all you're making an immediate decision that if someone invades your home, they are going to die," Rev. Schenck replied. "So you are ready to kill another human being…… [read more]

Intel Report On Russia And Wikileaks

BY Herschel Smith
1 week, 2 days ago

CNN:

US intelligence has identified the go-betweens the Russians used to provide stolen emails to WikiLeaks, according to US officials familiar with the classified intelligence report that was presented to President Barack Obama on Thursday.

[ … ]

Meanwhile, US intelligence has received new information following the election that gave agencies increased confidence that Russia carried out the hack and did so, in part, to help Trump win.
Included in that new information were intercepted conversations of Russian officials expressing happiness at Trump’s win. Another official described some of the messages as congratulatory.
Officials said this was just one of multiple indicators to give them high confidence of both Russian involvement and Russian intentions. Officials reiterated that there is no single intercepted communication that qualifies as a “smoking gun” on Russia’s intention to benefit Trump’s candidacy or to claim credit for doing so.

“Happiness.”  “Congratulatory.”  Leading to the firm conclusion that the Russians carried out a hack to help Trump win.

What a damn joke.  What’s surprising is that they’re still keeping up this charade.  They’ve tried riots, bullying the electors, hysteria over so-called “fake news” (the only examples of which are found in the MSM), and now this.  But they’re not letting go of the “Russian monster-under-the-bed” meme.  It’s all they have left.

John McCain, Lindsey Graham, and other senators, rogue generals like David Petraeus and others are just butt hurt that their oil plays in North Africa aren’t going to work out without a whole lot more effort.  I guess DynCorp and money from George Soros isn’t going to be enough, is it?  How’s that seven country plan working out for you, Petraeus?  That bright idea from your Princeton days isn’t quite what you thought it was, no?

Sadly, Rich Lowry is confused about this.

Donald Trump and his most fervent supporters have seemingly made it a matter of principle not to admit that Russia interfered in our election, despite what appears to be overwhelming evidence (although the more we can learn about the intelligence behind this determination, the better). They evidently fear that admitting the Russia role will taint Trump’s win. It’s not particularly difficult, though, to do what Paul Ryan did yesterday – which is concede Russia’s interference, lament it, and point out that Trump legitimately won and prevailed for all sorts of reasons not directly related to the hacking. This would be a much better posture for Trump, and perhaps he will eventually adopt it, but so far he is doubling down on denial.

Rich is a beltway man and thus is missing the point(s).  Put aside the issue of hacking for a moment.  From all we know about the emails, Seth Rich is responsible for handing over the DNC cache to Wikileaks.  Someone else is responsible for handing over the Podesta cache to Wikilaks, possibly David Braverman.  Either way, we know it wasn’t a state actor.

The collective emails are damning, and point to corruption so deep, far and wide it may never be possible to root out the “deep state” that has been operating underneath the transient government, this deep state run by the CIA, military contractors, the State Department, The Clinton Foundation, big money donors, and rogue generals.

There is a reason that the existing “intelligence” apparatus wants the American people to believe that someone evil is culpable for the email leaks.  Most American people, if they knew of the depths of depravity associated with the deep state, wouldn’t be able to process it, and when they finally did, they would call for heads to roll.  Literally.

Furthermore, there are operations currently in process that, if they are stopped, stand to cause a lot of monetary loss for a number of powerful people.  As for whether Russia wanted Trump to be elected, I don’t blame them one bit if it’s true.  Hillary was posturing for an unnecessary and dangerous war with Russia.  Such a thing would be a catastrophe for both America and Russia.

Regarding hacking, besides the fact that it wasn’t the source of the emails to Wikileaks, I’ve spoken to this issue before.  I work for a very large company which sustains hundreds of thousands of hack attempts per month.  My understanding is that the chief culprit is China.  Russia hacks computer systems.  China hacks computer systems.  The Mossad hacks computer systems.  The CIA hacks computer systems, including those in Russia.  The drama over the alleged Russian hacking attempts comes across as “get thee to thy fainting couch, everyone wants to know what everyone else is doing.”  You don’t say?  Color me shocked.

Finally, note the red herring.  Whereas the real story is the content of the emails, the misdirect is how Wikileaks got them.  Again, notice what subject has the attention right now?  You guessed it, the fake news of Russian hacks has the attention, except among thoughtful men and women who see the code language in the emails, who see the communications between TCF and others concerning operations in North Africa, who are monitoring the operations of TCF and DynCorp, and who have never seen the deep state exposed quite like this.

It’s ugly, it’s awful, it’s dangerous, and they show no signs of stopping.  No wonder they want to shift the attention to something else.  One amusing comment pretty much says it all.

Their true ‘intelligence’ lies in their successful peddling of the Redirected Narrative.

From: HRC, the DNC, Abedin, Podesta are sleazy, and probably criminal people who should be prosecuted

To: Never mind the truth of the Contents, and let’s go after the Leaker. Er, hackers. Yes, that’s it — the Hackers. Russian hackers. Directed by Putin. And look there: a skittles-shitting unicorn!

But they’re only peddling it to idiots (no one else believes them) and liars who stand to lose big.  To close, it’s laughable that the intelligence community would simply think that they can trot out information from unidentified intelligence officials and analysts who won’t sign their name to the crap that’s in the report and assume that the people will just bend over and accept it.

Note to the CIA.  Go back to your hole.  You’re not wanted.

Woman Scares Off Home Intruders By Firing Gun

BY Herschel Smith
1 week, 3 days ago

Fox59:

BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, Ind. – A 29-year-old woman fought off intruders by firing a gun. On Wednesday afternoon, deputies received a 911 call from the victim reporting there were just two masked men inside her Bartholomew County home.

“I mean it’s pretty quiet out here. You don’t hear of anything like that going on that often,” said Elliot Keen, a neighbor.

The victim told detectives she confronted the intruders, pulled out a gun, and fired one shot as they took off.  It’s unclear if the bullet hit one of the intruders.

“Being a woman, as young as she is, I’m very proud of her and pleased to know that she was gutsy enough to do what she did,” said Kaye Coffman, a witness.

Just yesterday we discussed the fact that two other women in different locations and under different circumstances were under threat and used guns to defend themselves, neither of them trained in all of those super stress management ninja warrior tactical techniques.  Not that I recommend not getting training, because I recommended then and I recommend now training as much as you can reasonably afford.

But the notion that people cannot effect self defense with a firearm is so foolish it’s not even worthy of serious discussion or consideration.  Progressives know that, and they know that when they throw up these objections they’re just throwing up a smoke screen.

Reasonable people see through the smoke.  But shhhh … don’t tell the progs that their smoke isn’t effective.  We want them to continue to claim that no one can use a gun to defend themselves while reports continue to come out where people do.  It makes the progs look stupid.

The Clinton And CIA Plan For Conquest Of America

BY Herschel Smith
1 week, 3 days ago

George Webb does a good job of connecting many dots he has drawn for us over the last several weeks.

I just have a few comments.  First of all, these kinds of operations will continue until the culprits are found and dealt with.

Second, you no longer have to wonder why David Petraeus is a gun controller when you consider his role in all of this.  In his mind, none of this could ever obtain with an armed citizenry.

Finally, none of this could ever obtain anyway.  The American people aren’t the Libyans or Syrians, and a good portion of America is still Christian even if it doesn’t feel like it.  Christianity is the foundation and basis for liberty, and is inimical to statism.  Americans have more guns than the world’s armies put together and enough ammunition in gun safes and garages that it’s raised the cost of training for the U.S. military.

COIN and counterterrorism cannot control America.  Stability operations might be something one discusses concerning Egypt after the fall of the MB, but not in America.  The only stability operations conducted in America is being done by the police in confined, geographically small urban areas like Chicago, LA, St. Louis and Houston.  An Army trying to control suburbia and the countryside of America would get cut to pieces.

Florida Gun Owners Rally Troops For Open Carry Fight

BY Herschel Smith
1 week, 4 days ago

Tallahassee Democrat:

Gun advocates in Florida didn’t take a break over the holiday weekend. Florida Open Carry Inc. began rallying its troops New Year’s Eve with a mass email in support of “the most important pro-Second Amendment rights bill of the 2017 legislative session.”

SB 140 repeals laws forbidding guns on college campuses, in airports terminals, and at government meetings.  Sen. Greg Steube, R-Sarasota, will introduce the measure to the Judiciary Committee Tuesday.  Florida Open Carry Inc. urged its members to call lawmakers and tell them to line up behind Steube’s proposal.

Campus carry and open carry measures have died in the committee the past two years when the chair failed to schedule it for a vote. Advocates believe 2017 will be different because Steube is the committee’s new chair. He served the past six years in the Florida House where he was one of the Legislature’s fiercest opponents to gun-free zones.

“If you want to kill as many people as possible before the cops arrive then you are likely to go to a place where law-abiding citizens can’t carry,” Steube explained when he filed the bill last month.  “That’s what we’ve seen, time and time again and why I think we shouldn’t have them.”

After the ouster of Sen. Miguel Diaz de la Portilla, R-Miami, over this very issue, it ought to be clear that gun owners are serious.  Also, I admire how they know this is going to be a fight and are gearing up for the battle.  If they don’t succeed this time, I advocate ousting the committee chair who doesn’t allow it to come up for vote, and try again next time.  Never give up.

Say, what’s going on with South Carolina open carry?  I don’t even see a proposed bill on that.  How sad.  It’s sort of like gun owners in South Carolina have given up, satisfied with being second class citizens if they want to be comfortable in their carry options or quicker with their weapon presentation in a crisis.

Women Protecting Themselves With Handguns In Real Life

BY Herschel Smith
1 week, 4 days ago

It’s not just a fantasy, it really happens, and it happens all of the time, contrary to what you might be led to believe by the main stream media.

First up, there is this report from Texas.

Rebbie Roberson wasn’t having it.

A man wearing a mask and gloves was standing in her house after he broke in Sunday night.
“When I started to get up, he was in here on me with a gun facing me right to my face,” she told CNN affiliate KSLA.
But the 74-year-old grandmother from Bowie County, Texas, had something for him.
“I reached over there (a nearby table) and grabbed this gun. And when I swerved around, I pointed it at him and he ran.”
As the intruder hightailed it out of her house, Roberson gave chase, firing her .38-caliber revolver at the fleeing man.
“I tried to kill him,” she said. “Anybody break in on me, I’m going to kill them. He’s going to kill me or I’m going to kill him.”

It was the first time — and she hopes the last — that Roberson ever had to use her weapon.

Next, there is this report from North Carolina.

Kay Dickinson kept her gun in the bedroom of her Wilmington, North Carolina, apartment — right on top of a Bible on her headboard, WWAY-TV reported.

But the StarNews reported that over the course of the year that she’d owned her gun, she’d never fired it.

What happened to Dickinson Monday night changed all of that.

She came home around 11 p.m. after work, turned the key to her door and then a man she’d passed turned around, grabbed her from behind and forced her inside her apartment, the StarNews reported. And he had a gun, Dickinson said.

“We had a tussle, and he choked me and gagged me, and I dropped everything right there in the kitchen,” she told the StarNews. “He knew my name, he knew my boyfriend’s name, and he was like, ‘Give me the money.’”

[ … ]

In the bedroom, he tied Dickinson’s hands behind her back with a belt and wrapped a cellphone charger cord around her mouth, the StarNews said. But while the intruder searched her apartment, the paper said Dickinson managed to wriggle her hands free.

“I got loose from the belt,” she told WWAY. “And I had a gun sitting on a Bible on my headboard. I jumped up on the bed, grabbed the gun, turned around and just pulled the trigger.”

Dickinson fired one shot, and it hit the intruder in the chest, the StarNews said. He headed down the hall but fell down in her doorway where he soon died.

She had never fired the gun, and it was sitting atop a Bible.  Pardon me while I smile and chuckle, but that is absolutely rich.

So much for the notion that people who haven’t been trained in all of those super secret stress management ninja warrior techniques can’t use weapons to defend themselves and that only LEOs are capable of self defense.  We know that’s not right.

To be sure, I don’t recommend that you purchase a gun and never use it.  You need to be at the range and practiced with it to the extent you can afford, but that’s my personal counsel, and it shouldn’t be legally mandated.

If we’ve not learned anything else from these and other examples, we know that people who are defending their lives use what’s at their disposal and are oftentimes very successful.

Representative Hudson Introduces National Concealed Carry Reciprocity Bill

BY Herschel Smith
1 week, 4 days ago

David Codrea:

… the text of the bill, available as a pdf file on Rep. Hudson’s official House website, will codify that a person “carrying a valid license or permit which is issued pursuant to the law of a State and which permits the person to carry a concealed firearm or is entitled to carry a concealed firearm in the State in which the person resides, may possess or carry a concealed handgun … in any State that …. has a statute under which residents of the State may apply for a license or permit to carry a concealed firearm; or … does not prohibit the carrying of concealed firearms by residents of the State for lawful purposes.

Read the full text of the bill here.  The first time I read the bill it seemed weak to me.  It took me twice through to recognize its strength.

The operative phrase is “has a statute under which residents of the State may apply for a license or permit to carry a concealed firearm.”

I would like legal minds to weigh in on this, but to me that means that I can carry virtually anywhere except Hawaii (which has no permitting system at all).  Every other state to the best of my knowledge has a permitting system, whether it’s a shall issue system or may issue system (where only the rich and politically connected are allowed to carry).

Now I see that the comments already forming on the issue of constitutional carry.  No, this law would require a permit from your state, and likely your CLEO.  It’s not perfect.  Remember folks.  I’m not a pragmatist, but I recognize the value of incrementalism in our battle.  The progs use it to their advantage.  We must learn to use it to ours.

Ending Gun-Free School Zones Not As Easy As Trump Just Issuing An Order

BY Herschel Smith
1 week, 4 days ago

David Codrea:

What Trump can do is urge Congress to get the ball rolling, and be a constant voice not to let them drag their feet and drop it. And it can’t just be a halt to prosecutions or repeal of the Gun Free Schools Act, because states have edicts of their own. Withholding federal funds could also come into play (and where fedgov has legitimate authority to disburse such funds in the first place is another matter).

There are certain actions he can take, but honestly, I would recommend the following for him.  He should turn to his strong suit, his strength, his best attribute.  The power of persuasion.

He should return to the people.  Take trips, talk to the people, continue tweeting and avoiding going through the dead MSM and letting them craft their version of your story, make speeches, and above all else, convince the people themselves to take action.

It will take time and effort to unwind decades of bad policy.  Trump isn’t perfect.  Set your sights on the achievable, and remember, we go at this thing little by little, bite by bite.

George Webb On The Clinton Foundation Gladio Operations Around The World

BY Herschel Smith
1 week, 4 days ago

The Need To Respond To A Threat With A Firearm Is Diminished When Firearms Are Prohibited In The Area

BY Herschel Smith
1 week, 5 days ago

Delaware Online:

A Delaware Superior Court judge upheld a ban on carrying firearms in state parks and forests for purposes other than hunting.

The challenge to the rule was brought by multiple plaintiffs, including the Bridgeville Rifle and Pistol Club – a 1,200 member organization in southern Delaware. In a civil complaint, they argued the administrative codes are “inconsistent with and pre-empted by” both state law and the state constitution.

The rifle club noted its members often like to camp at Trap Pond State Park or rent a cottage at Seashore State Park during nearby shooting competitions yet they are unable to do so because of the ban. Plaintiffs also argued a need exists to carry firearms for protection.

“A deprivation of constitutional rights can constitute irreparable harm,” the civil complaint stated.

Superior Court Judge T. Henley Graves said in his Dec. 23 ruling the regulations do not run “afoul” of the Delaware Constitution, nor did they contradict state law passed by the General Assembly.

“As for plaintiffs’ concerns for self-defense, the Court observes the need to respond to a threat with a firearm is diminished when firearms are prohibited in the area,” Graves said in the ruling.

The rules in question state it is “unlawful to display, possess or discharge firearms of any description, air rifles, B.B. guns, sling shots, or archery equipment upon lands or waters administered by the Division, except with prior written approval of the Director.”

[ … ]

DNREC Secretary David Small told the Associated Press he was pleased with the ruling.

“We do not believe that the unrestricted ability to carry weapons is consistent with our mission to provide every visitor with safe, enjoyable recreational experiences,” Small said in a prepared statement.

As Thomas Sowell recently observed, “The fatal fallacy of gun-control laws in general is the assumption that such laws actually control guns. Criminals who disobey other laws are not likely to be stopped by gun-control laws. What such laws actually do is increase the number of disarmed and defenseless victims.”

So the assumption on the part of the judge is that black bears won’t attack any camper or hiker in the park (or perhaps see this report if you want something closer to Delaware).  After all, it’s not as if Delaware has an issue with black bears.  And I’m also certain that Coyotes aren’t ensconced in Delaware now.

People are always peaceful, criminals check the laws before putting that weapon in the car, and laws actually control the decisions people make.  And judges always write decisions that come right out of the land of fairy tales.  Good Lord.  What do these eggheads learn in their “schools?”  I seriously wonder if this guy has ever been more than 100 yards from a coffee and pastry shop.

Here is what I recommend that Judge T. Henley Graves do about this issue.  Get yourself a tent, backpack and some camping gear and go hiking and camping in the state parks in the area.  You know, overnight.  Multiple nights.  With no weapon, and no protection from anyone or anything.  No cabin walls, no cell phone.  And take your wife and children with you too.

Report back to me on whether you trust the laws to keep bears, Coyotes and criminals away from you overnight.  If not, you’re a liar and hypocrite.

Is The Clinton Foundation A CIA Cutout?

BY Herschel Smith
1 week, 5 days ago

George asks some very good questions.



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