Horse Pills

Remember when the left mocked those taking Ivermectin because it was a “horse dewormer?” Now they are pushing horse pills as a DIY chemical abortion.


ANTIFA Tampa Area Outcome

If you remember, there was a member of Antifa who was caught bringing explosives to a Tampa area political rally. He was found to be in possession of Antifa materials, pipe bombs, and other materials. He was charged with loitering or prowling, making a destructive device, and two counts of possession of destructive devices. That was January.

He reached a plea deal where he pled no contest to the second degree misdemeanor of loitering, received 6 months probation and had to pay a total of $575 in court costs and fines. All other charges were dropped. Why? Because the ATF ruled that none of these were explosive devices:


Question of Florida Law

Watch this video of Antifa using fireworks as antipersonnel devices (at the 1:52 mark, you see a thrown firework explode in the crowd at a rally for a political candidate):

In Florida, a person is justified in using or threatening to use deadly force if he or she reasonably believes that using or threatening to use such force is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or another or to prevent the imminent commission of a forcible felony.

So is it reasonable for a person to believe that fireworks are capable of causing death or great bodily injury? I would argue that, being thrown deliberately into a crowd

If not, is it reasonable for a person to believe that the “unlawful throwing, placing, or discharging of a destructive device or bomb” is a forcible felony that must be stopped?

For reference: destructive device is defined as any bomb, grenade, mine, rocket, missile, pipebomb, or similar device containing an explosive, incendiary, or poison gas and includes any frangible container filled with an explosive, incendiary, explosive gas, or expanding gas, which is designed or so constructed as to explode by such filler and is capable of causing bodily harm or property damage.

Now the law goes on to say that fireworks are not considered to be destructive devices. I would argue that, once a firework is being used as an antipersonnel device, it has been redesigned. In fact, there is a case in Florida where a person used fireworks as destructive devices and tried to make the argument that since they were only fireworks, they were exempt. The appeals court ruled that the way a firework is used can make it a destructive device.

The analysis of Mitchell’s conduct would be more difficult had he used the devices as fireworks. But taping a firework on a window is not typically the manner by which one explodes fireworks for visible and audible effect. Rather, it evinces a purpose to destroy property. The devices in his possession were powerful enough to fall within the definition of a destructive device as one capable of causing bodily harm or property damage.

Although I am not a lawyer, I believe that in Florida, it is lawful to use deadly force to prevent individuals from using fireworks as weapons by throwing them into a crowd.

What say you?


CIA? DOD? Who?

A former Marine with a BCD was killed in Ukraine while working for a “military contracting company.” Note the details that the MSM for some strange reason chooses to omit. Did they really not ask the name of the “private military contracting company” that’s apparently recruiting prison guards in Tennessee to go fight Russia? They know his JROTC instructor, they know about his high school, and even interviewed his roommate and former boss.

Why can’t I find one single mention in any media account that mentions the name of the company?

Is there any chance this “company” could have ties to the US Govt.?

Would the name of this company be Christians In Action?


Troll Level: Expert

Elon Musk is a champion troller.

For those who may have forgotten where this is coming from:


Why I Love Living in Florida

Homeowner shoots burglar. The local Sheriff says: “you’re not in trouble. Come see us. We have a gun safety class we put on every other Saturday, and if you take that, you’ll shoot a lot better, and hopefully, you’ll save the taxpayers money,”

To help you decide where in Florida is the best place to live, look at this map. The red areas are good, but if you are a liberal antigun pedophile burglar, stay where you are. You might get shot and fed to a gator.


Joe Shakes Hand With Felon

Joe Biden was seen shaking hands with Gaige Grosskreutz at a recent Democrat fundraiser.

Of course we remember him. He was was illegally carrying a handgun, had been convicted of “intoxicated use of a firearm” in 2015, domestic abuse, burglary, and his paramedic license had been revoked when he decided to fake his surrender to Kyle Rittenhouse before trying to use his firearm to murder Rittenhouse. He caught a bullet in the arm for his crime. I wonder which hand he used to shake with Joe.

On the stand in open court, Grosskreutz admitted that he committed a felony.

So Biden supports wife beaters, felons, and child molesters. No surprise there.


Obama Opposed to Disinformation

Obama made a speech this week, where he called for media companies to censor even more people in order to combat “disinformation.” He claims that disinformation is a “threat to our Democracy” and wants tech giants to have even more power to combat it.

The First Amendment is a check on the power of the state. It doesn’t apply to private companies like Facebook or Twitter, any more than it applies to editorial decisions made by the New York Times or Fox News. Never has. Social media companies already make choices about what is or is not allowed on their platforms and how that content appears. Both explicitly through content moderation and implicitly through algorithms. The problem is we often don’t know what principles govern those decisions.

Barak Obama

Pretty ironic coming from the guy who told us “if you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan.


Double Standard

A school district in Maryland has been forcing teachers to display progress pride flags in their classrooms. Lets be clear on what these flags symbolize.

  • Black and brown represent people of color
  • Pink represents the traditional color for baby girls
  • Light blue represents the traditional color for baby boys
  • White represents the lack of gender, a gender beyond the binary, or people who are transitioning
  • Red represents life
  • Orange represents healing
  • Yellow represents sunlight
  • Green represents nature
  • Blue represents serenity
  • Purple represents spirit

Sounds like the flag is based in spiritualism and race. So if this flag is to be allowed, why can’t the KKK flag be displayed? Or perhaps the Christian Flag?


Valueless Colleges

Stetson University is raising $250,000 so they can hire a Ukrainian faculty member and offer four scholarships to Ukrainian refugees. There are a few things wrong with this plan, starting with the fact that it is illegal.

First, stating that you are going to hire a new faculty member, and that the faculty member must be from a particular country violates the law. The Civil Rights Act states that it is illegal to discriminate against someone because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or age. That means telling someone that a position is open only to those from the Ukraine is against the law.

The next problem with this is more obvious. The claim from Stetson is that the $250K is to fund a one year scholarship for four Ukrainian students. Doing the math, it costs $62,500 a year to attend Stetson University?!?!

According to this website, ten years after their initial enrollment, the average graduate of Stetson University earns $45,400 a year. According to this website, the average high school graduate with no college earns $38,792. That means a 4 year degree from Stetson University will cause a person to earn $6,608 more per year, on average.

It will take 38 years of working to break even from what it cost to earn that degree. You will be 60 years old before you begin to see any real benefit from attending Stetson.