Just Say No!

A JohnJacobH Commentary

Nothing is more eerie than to hear the talking heads and chattering classes earnestly discuss the possibility of Tea Party violence in a time when every man, woman and child (or dog!) is exactly one 911 phone call or traffic stop or encounter-of-the-law-enforcement kind away from imminent death or dismemberment at the hands of a government compliance officer.

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FBI Home Invasion Plot

Good Grief! How many criminals carry guns and badges in this society?


Tantalizing Excerpt:

Ex-FBI Agent Gets 30 Years for Home-Invasion Plot

Allan Lengel Contributor

A former FBI agent was sentenced today in California to 30 years in prison for plotting a violent home invasion of a suspected drug stash house in Orange County in what turned out to be an FBI sting.

Vo Duong Tran, 42, of New Orleans, was convicted in March 2009 of plotting the robbery with an accomplice, Yu Sung Park. Park, 36, of Wilmette, Ill., was also sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Santa Ana, Calif., to 30 years in prison.

Tran worked for the FBI’s Chicago Division from 1992 to April 2003.

According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles, Tran organized and Park schemed “to commit a violent home-invasion robbery” of a home in the middle-class community of Fountain Valley, Calif. They thought the home was a base for a drug-trafficking organization and was flush with drugs and cash, prosecutors said. But the home was actually vacant.

Bombshell! Clinton Involvement With Waco!

Must see video. Dick Morris attests to Bill Clinton’s reluctance to reappoint Janet Reno because of her oversight of Waco.

Reno forces Clinton to reappoint her or she will “tell the truth about Waco”

ATONEMENT: When Cops Repent

Police Dog False Alerts? Incite a chase? Plant Drugs? Ghost Informants? Former Narcotics Officer Barry Cooper explains the inner works of contemporary cop culture in a piece broadcast on NPR of all places.

Gunowners are already familiar with the attitude and outlook of the corrupt cop culture based on the actions of the ATF (BATFE) over the past two decades.

Take a listen at around minute forty (ACT 2) of episode 405 of This American Life CLICK LINK HERE

For a Blogger’ eye print summary CLICK HERE

Explanatory note from This American Life:

Act Two. Taking a Big Pink Eraser to the Thin Blue Line
Michael May tells the story of Barry Cooper, a former crooked narcotics cop who has turned his interest elsewhere… to busting crooked narcotics cops. But after Cooper and a rich benefactor team up to set a trap for the police, Barry’s plans are put in jeopardy- including his dream of creating a reality show called “Kop Busters.” Michael May is the Culture editor at the Texas Observer. You can watch videos of Barry’s police raids at their website. (15 minutes)

Jesse Jackson Threatens Obama

With all the talk in the Moronic Muddlestream Media about Tea Party hate speech and menacing behavior has everyone forgotten it was Jesse Jackson who expressed a desire to physically mutilate Presidential Candidate Barack Obama?

How long is the list of left wing ideologues who have preached violence over the years when their agenda was questioned?

Feel free to add any examples you can recall in the comments section.


ATF Agent Pleads Guilty

So how low on the totem pole must you sink to be convicted of a felony as an ATF Agent? This guy must have really aggravated his chain of command.

Think the guys who made up evidence in hundreds of cases over the years will ever see the view from a defendants chair?

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Must Read: Grigg On Sedition

Not much to add to William Norman Grigg’s Commentary. If you have not read it, do so now.


“Hang him, shoot him or lock him up in a concentration camp.”

To people not tutored in the nuances of Progressive dogma, those sentiments appear to be high-octane hate speech of the “eliminationist” variety. This Soviet-style prescription for dealing with dissent was offered during a March 1942 meeting of the Overseas Writers Association (OWA) that was attended by numerous high-ranking officials from FDR’s administration.

The target of the OWA’s Stalinoid hate session was a brace of refractory newspaper publishers — Robert McCormick of the Chicago Tribune and Joe Patterson of the New York Daily News.

Utterly contemptuous of the Axis powers and unflinching in their commitment to an “America First” foreign policy, McCormick and Patterson were among those commendable souls whose marrow-deep contempt for fascism encompassed not only Hitler and Mussolini, but also Roosevelt, who would go on to be America’s first fascist president-for-life.

We will never know whether FDR’s plan to imprison his critics for their words would have succeeded. A mistrial was declared following the presiding judge’s fatal heart attack. In 1946, after FDR’s death and the end of WWII, the case was dismissed by Federal District Judge Bolitha Laws, who described it as “a travesty on justice.”

By that time, some of the 28 defendants had spent years behind bars for the supposed crime of expressing their views in public. Among those who had been rounded by by the Regime could be found a deaf sign painter, a maid, a factory worker from Detroit, and several people who ran one-man publishing operations — the WWII-era equivalent of bloggers.

BJ Lawson Friend Or Foe?

Anyone familar with the North Carolina 4th District is aware David Price is one of the most virulent Bolshevik Pelosi Democrats in Congress.

So when BJ Lawson posted this analysis about the economic crisis two years ago it was a great relief to learn a man of his caliber would rise to challenge the twisted Congressman Price.


One problem. Everything voters need to know about a political candidate can be gleaned from their view on the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. If their position on the 2nd Amendment is somehow corrupt and contaminated all their positions will eventually be equally corrupt and contaminated.

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