They have already made huge progress towards their goals. When they first started down here, everywhere they went, cops were called. Now, most of the time people just ignore them. People have gotten used to it. That’s not everyone yet. There are still some hoplophobes around but their numbers are diminishing. So say what you like about them, it’s working.
April 19, 2014 at 2:49pm
I am appalled by the attitude displayed by your comment srug. That a wife cant make her husband’s with a kiss? If that’s the way you feel about your wife you REALLY need to put some more work into your marriage.
February 11, 2014 at 6:17pm
So many sentiments with which I agree. What a bunch of cowards.
February 6, 2014 at 1:25pm
Very well put. Reference James 1:5 if you want to read his thoughts on the subject. John 1:5 describes what’s happening today though. The light shineth in darkness and the darkness comprehendeth it not.
January 2, 2014 at 2:14am
You win the prize for most blatantly idiotic and incorrect statement of the week.
December 24, 2013 at 4:19pm
A very good idea, one which i think I’m going to emulate. Thank you.
December 24, 2013 at 4:13pm
Ridiculous. A man breaks a woman’s face in three places so badly that it takes a permanent titanium mesh to fix it, and he only spends six months in jail for it. Ridiculous. She’ll spend longer adjusting to her new face. This judge is a criminal’s best friend.
This judge is just plain evil.
I wish we a practical method for removing them from office.
This judge needs to serve out his term writing "I promise to never again serve the public in any way whatsoever!!" 50,000 times!!
and concurrent at that !
no he got the maximum under the law for misdemeanor assault. Plus he went back to prison for 6 years. so it really 8 years and six months.
December 24, 2013 at 1:47pm
How the heck can you people be so rabidly pro-life then turn around and say that somehow it would be ok for this baby to be murdered? I am pro-life (rabidly) and I vehemently oppose abortion. This is still abortion, albeit an unusual form. How is it the baby’s fault mom is brain dead and why should baby pay the price?
December 24, 2013 at 1:14pm
Good one on Texas. For once a state gets something right. I can understand the man’s distress, but just because you’re wife is gone in absolutely no excuse to murder a baby.
I agree @We. This guy is far from being a left wing nut. He may be a nut but he’s standing up for freedom… or sitting down.. or whatever you want to call it. Maybe, just maybe, he’ll get a few Russian subjects to wake up. I’d call him a patriot.
November 5, 2013 at 8:38am
Court evidence doesn’t seem to be the point, but rather faster response time. And if my ears can easily detect the difference between a shot and a backfire, I have trouble believing that computer software can’t do it too. So despite your Rutgers certificate I find myself doubting your assurance.
Skearit: I hate to pop your bubble but the police aren't using their ears. They're using electronic devices. I also mentioned in an earlier comment that from my "extensive real life" experience and training I too can easily discern between gunfire and other sources (within normal earshot, as it were). That being said, I am an "expert" in this field. It's all about Decibel levels and they can easily match-up in intensity, Homer. So you can go ahead and argue with your brain surgeon anyway when he tells you, "You've got a tumor"! Thanks.
BTW, Skearit you remind me of people who bad mouth Ann Coulter's books. I pose to them a simple question, "How many best sellers have you written"? I also pose a good question to you, Mr. Doubting Tom, how many Decibel cases have you prosecuted (or defended) in a court of law? Yes, it becomes relevant at the precise moment the police make an arrest based upon their "Junk Technology". You know what really irks me about people like you? You have no respect for brains and education. You're all about first impulse. So is a baby when it says, "NO"!
November 4, 2013 at 9:27pm
The pest control “expert” was lying through his teeth. The banana spider, while it does have a nasty bite is nothing close to “lethal” (being defined by biologists as killing fifty percent of its victims). There are no spiders that pose a significant threat to the life of an adult though some can be dangerous to children. The worst us actually the Australian trapdoor spider…. which again is only dangerous to children. You have to look at something that doesn’t target insects to find venoms that are very reactive to mammals.
I hate to disagree but experts now agree that the brailian wandering spider is the most dangerous spider in the world. It surpasses the funnel web spider of australia. The wandering spider is just as aggresive and can kill.
October 29, 2013 at 8:58pm
So why does anyone care what an actor thinks? What are their credentials? PhD in history? Logic? Mathematics? Nope. They’re really good at pretending. They make their living by pretending to be somebody else in a fake story. They are really good at disconnecting from reality. Why does anyone listen when an actor starts talking about the real world much less ask for their opinions?
October 17, 2013 at 1:32pm
My dad was highway patrol. He arrested me himself once. I learned my lesson and he only had to do it once.
October 7, 2013 at 12:28pm
What in the world does this have to do with education? Why in the world are schools poking their noses into health? Schools are not hospitals.
October 7, 2013 at 10:31am
Though the comments spawned by this post have been interesting, I think it was intended to be dripping with sarcasm. Care to elucidate geeman?
May 16, 2013 at 11:00am
Extremely well said. It would take much of sport out of hunting, but most of my firearms aren’t for hunting anyway. I want one!
May 12, 2013 at 4:04pm
Me too. =)
May 12, 2013 at 3:54pm
The article didn’t address what ITAR is for and I don’t see any comments on it, so I thought I’d talk about it. ITAR is about exports. Exportation of ALL weapons technology is regulated under ITAR. Since this is new tech, it’s regulated (yes plastic guns are decades old, but point-and-click-and-you-have-a-gun-without-any-tech-knowhow). It’s what is supposed to keep the plans for oh, say, cruise missiles out of the hands of terrorists, and accurate ICBMs out of the hands of that North Korean brat. Posting something on open access forums is considered to be exportation. So what Cody did was ignore exportation laws and that’s why the files are down. He could also be subject to some really massive fines and if they wanted to push the issue, they could push for jail time. The State Dept. SHOULD decide that this is not military grade tech and it doesn’t need to be regulated. I just can’t picture O’barry’s State Dept doing that though. Fortunately, as others have said, cat’s out of the bag. I just hope Cody doesn’t get his life ruined for it.
May 7, 2013 at 2:25am
Nope kiba just the pin and nonfunctional block. Springs are plastic as is the chamber/barrel. Not durable I’d think, but it’d be enough for a few shots.