Mon, 26 February 2018
The Truth about Gun Control
Gun control is as old as gun powder itself. There has always been one side in favor of controlling who can get a gun. Gun control is great for politicians and the media because it is easy to sell. It’s about money. It’s good for corporations and celebrities in need of tax write offs. Its good for politicians because you can’t offend a mechanical device. It’s good for organizations because you can look like you are doing something socially correct. It is good for preacher, and clergy because it sounds like you are socially conscious and aware but not. Gun control is a billion-dollar industry. It sells guns.
In the inner city they get the mothers of slain teens to put their tears on display. Politicians and organizations pimp these grieving women. Imagine your mother being manipulated and used in the worse time of their lives. Some of these ladies lost their children early on to the streets. Their sons were in gangs or the drug trade and their death although tragic was not a surprise.
This month we have the affluent kids of Parkland Florida gladly being exploited and pushed into the spotlight for the cause of gun control. I suspect they are loving it, many being flown around and funded by millionaires to be on the spotlight. Using their naiveté, voices and socialist tendencies they are being paraded and funded around the country to champion the cause of gun control. They are surprised however that no one takes them serious. They have no idea that every gun control measure that can be instituted has already been tried, implemented, legislated or proposed before.
Gun control is a fail. It was birthed in racism. You cannot legislate human behavior. Evil exist when good people do nothing. Evil is real. The heart of man is desperately wicked.
Going to share some thoughts with you here about the mass shootings since 1991. Remind you to share some compassion. To think about what you are saying or writing before you release it and to help keep our country united.
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Fri, 16 February 2018
This week on the BMWAG show podcast I share the history of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense, Andrew Branca returns with his segment on the Law of Self Defense, my cohost Monster, aka Michael Woodland, talks about a guy that destroyed his AR-15 over the media fallout from the tragedies. We got news, as there was a horrific shooting of young people, and the gun control people are on a roll. I will share what went down in Orlando, FL at the Podfest Multimedia expo I attended that made me miss putting out last week’s episode for you.
Sun, 4 February 2018
HistoryOn Christmas Day 1951, Harry T. Moore and his wife, Harriette, had just finished celebrating their silver anniversary when a bomb blew up their home in Mims, Fla. The explosion killed the couple, and they became the first martyrs from civil rights movement the 1950s. For seventeen years, in an era of official indifference and outright hostility, the soft-spoken but resolute Moore traveled the back roads of the state on a mission to educate, evangelize, and organize. On Christmas night in 1951, in Mims, Florida, a bomb placed under his bed ended Harry Moore’s life. His wife, Harriette, died of her wounds a week later. And I bet you have never heard of it. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JR9yuCL56Ec]
Armed Citizens NewsMan shot attempting to break into house in Liberty Eylau Fort Bragg soldier allegedly shoots, kills wife’s attacker at North Carolina home Homeowner shoots suspected burglar in southern Indian River County, Sheriff's Office says Concealed Carry holder holds robbery suspect at gunpoint
Support http://Crossbreedholsters.com - buy something. Get your concealed Carry insurance at http://USCCA.Blackmanwithagun.com Check out the Law of Self Defense Michael J. Woodland and I on video. [embed]https://youtu.be/JwdOcTIwNKc[/embed]“We all have dreams. In order to make dreams come into reality, it takes an awful lot of determination, dedication, self-discipline and effort.” Jesse Owens