Saturday, August 24, 2013

Home invasions for fun and profit

Here's my WND column for this week entitled Home Invasions for Fun and Profit (they changed my original title slightly).


  1. Why did we bother fighting the Nazis?

  2. Ah, now that’s a great question, “WHO are these guys who bust in doors?”

    They all have one thing in common. They took an oath to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic, so help them God. Who are they? They are treasonous oath-breakers.

    I believe Oath Keepers lead by Stewart Rhodes may be our last resort to fight government tyranny. This association consists of military and law enforcement folks men and women who took an oath to ‘stand down’ if given unconstitutional orders, as well as stand up to support and defend the Constitution. Their Oath is to the Constitution. Yes, citizens can join.

    If you value liberty, you are an enemy to the oath-breakers. They WILL be knocking on your door. If you are ever going to take action, NOW is the time!

    Montana Guy

  3. "You mourn for America"?

    Yes, I do as well. But I have to remember that "we" as a country voted for this.

    The roughly 3 million voters that voted in 2008, but didn't in 2012 because they were too good to vote for the better candidate or because their "lord and savior" Ron Paul wasn't on the final ticket...... yeah, they voted for this mess as well.

    Yes I mourn, but let's face facts, folks, we brought this on ourselves, collectively speaking of course. We had our chance, but we wasted it.

    Them chickens done come home to roost.

  4. I'd like to fill you in on a little known fact. Police are usually NOT sworn in to uphold the Constitution. Sheriffs are. Your local pd is a business and technically do not have to respond to calls. Where there is no pd and under the jurisdiction of a sheriff they(sheriff) have to respond. When a town/city votes in a pd, the sheriff no longer has jurisdiction. The "door crashers" of Boston where a Militarized Police Dept.

  5. Once you vote these types of laws in,Patriot and NDAA you open yourself up to abuse,now the enemy of the federal government are freedom loving people.The jackals in DC couldn't vote quick enough, salivating at gaining crushing power with impunity.Those who prefer security over freedom end up with neither and this is just the case here in our nation.So in essence we have gone full circle and now have the same situation we did in the 1770s.The only vote we have left is with the pitchfork. We will have a police incident in the near future which will set this nation off. May even be a planned event by our gubmint. All I can say is prepare.

  6. The thing is, we didn't truly have the option of voting in either the NDAA or the Patriot Act. Our representatives in D.C. handled that for us, because of course, they know much better than we do about such things (sarcasm).

    And as for the last election, the candidates that have been offered up for sale to the American public, basically all work for the same people.

    If you really think voting along party lines is going to make any kind of difference then you've been drinking the kool-aid so long you can't even tell the difference anymore.

    The only possible effect our votes could have in any of the upcoming elections is to vote out any standing incumbent of any party.

    We can make an attempt to clean house and upset the powers that be by filling all available seats in the Senate, Congress and the Executive Branch, with people who haven't the established ties to the centers of power. Frankly, I don't put a lot of faith in that stemming the tides of tyranny for long.

    Until the average American wakes up to the fact that we've been fed a crock of lies and they are willing to sacrifice some of their comforts and false security to regain our freedoms, then we're headed down a long, dark path to tyranny.

    1. So people like you just decide to stay home and, by default, vote for someone you know is absolutely corrupt?

      That's about the stupidest thing I've ever heard.