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"When Byrd invited the man into his home..."

No one comes into my home unless I know them - and very well at that.

"...he grabbed a hidden firearm and let loose a flurry of shots at the assailants."

My firearm is on me - period.
One out of three is not to bad. Unfortunate that homeowner got injured.

I am wondering if the two surviving thugs will be charged in the death of their deceased buddy? Many states will charge the surviving thugs with murder  when one one of their own is killed in the commission of a crime.
Citizens Defense - The Second Amendment in Action! / So, Now We Know!
« Last post by Taurian on Today at 06:03:36 AM »
Very little is reported about good people with guns defending themselves or others; this one need to be recognized.
"I'm from the Government and I am here to help!"

Can I use my government-issued welfare EBT to purchase HAZMAT gear?

In all seriousness, I have a family member who works periodically for another family. The husband is a pilot for a major airlines; an airlines that transports passengers to and from Africa.  Is there a possibility that this airline pilot could return from Africa with Ebola?  This airline pilot could fly to and from Africa several times during the supposed 21-day monitoring period.  Who knows, except him, who and what he comes into contact with during his travels and turn-a-round time in Africa?

Steve, I agree with your every word. So, what's next - Medical Martial Law?:

Oh, wait!:
Everything Else / Re: So, maybe it's time to consider a bit of apprehension?
« Last post by M1911A1 on Yesterday at 04:43:23 PM »
OK, everybody...and Richard...
It's time to panic.

A do-gooder doctor returned to New York City from Ebola-land in Africa, where he had been treating Ebola-pandemic patients.
When he arrived in NYC, he was feeling just a little under the weather.

So, did he exhibit care for his fellow New Yorkers by practicing self-quarantine for the reasonable 20 days?
First, he went out jogging. Then he rode a few subway trains, bowled a few games, and took a taxi home.

About a day later, he showed up at a NYC hospital with a fever and internal pain.
(In case you aren't familiar with them, these are Ebola symptoms.)
He is now in hospital-enforced isolation.

Tell me: Do you think it possible to find, monitor, and, if necessary isolate, every person with whom this arrogant imbecile came into contact?
No, I didn't think so. And neither do I.

For weeks now, our government, mostly in the form of Centers for Disease Control (CDC) pundits, has been telling us, "There's nothing to worry about."
Considering the virulence of the Ebola disease, the foolish self-centered behavior of the first of our US patients, and the fact that there is so far neither vaccination nor cure, "There's nothing to worry about!" is a pretty stupid, head-in-the-sand kind of thing to have been saying.

A real, involved, proactively protective government would have at least been saying, "This is a serious threat. Everybody needs to behave with utmost care and consideration for his fellow citizens."
But ours can only think to say, "Don't worry. We've got this."
Well, manifestly, they don't.

Somehow, panic is looking pretty good right now.
A North Carolina man exchanged fire with three home invaders after they tried to rob his house and rape his granddaughter, reports the Fayetteville Observer.
At his Lumberton home on Monday, Kenneth Byrd, 67, was approached by an individual claiming to have car problems. When Byrd invited the man into his home, he was rushed by two additional assailants wearing black clothes and ski masks.
The home invaders — all three brandishing handguns — corralled Byrd, his wife Judy and their 19-year-old granddaughter and demanded money and other valuables from the family safe.
Byrd initially complied with their demands, but when the men began to beat Judy and attempted to rape his granddaughter, he grabbed a hidden firearm and let loose a flurry of shots at the assailants.
After a brief firefight, Byrd drove the men from his home but not before receiving several gunshot wounds.

This is where I got the article from, there is much more good news on the site.,229064

This is where they got their news from.
I'm a little slow on this washing methodology.  No need to explain it to me.  When I figure it out I'll let ya know, if I'm not too embarrassed.

Sent from phone.

This is from TTPN or Tea Party News Network

I saw this story on Yahoo a couple of times but they pulled it by the time I decided to post it.

Typical: Anti-Second Amendment Lawmaker Arrested With a Gun… While Drunk.

October 23, 2014 By Todd Cefaratti

The mindset of modern liberalism is one of “do as I say, not as I do.” Though we hear so much from the left about supposed tolerance, the left is remains a bastion of intolerance against those ideas they find unfavorable.

Similarly, many of the nation’s top anti-Second Amendment crusaders rely on the Second Amendment for their own protection while working diligently to deny other Americans the same protections.
Michael Bloomberg, for instance, travels the country while preaching about the evils of armed citizens while comfortably surrounded by an armed security detail.
In Missouri, one Democrat lawmaker has been revealed to be a hypocrite as she was recently arrested while reportedly drunk and armed with a 9mm handgun and a spare magazine despite having sponsored several anti-Second Amendment efforts.
Missouri State Senator Jamilah Nasheed is a Democrat who has sponsored several anti-Second Amendment pieces of legislation. This week, the gun-grabber was arrested when she remained in the middle of the street and refused to leave or take a breathalyzer since she, according to police, “smelled strongly of intoxicants.”
When police searched Nasheed, they discovered that she was carrying a 9mm handgun and a spare magazine of ammunition.
Nasheed has claimed that she was not drunk, but that she got arrested to show solidarity with protesters who continue to rant about the shooting death of Michael Brown. Nasheed called the arrest a “message to the protesters that we can protest peacefully and that we must protest peacefully and that we want justice for Michael Brown.”

Nasheed claims that she is a concealed permit holder.
Of course, there is nothing inherently illegal about being drunk and legally carrying a concealed firearm. However, as Nasheed has pushed legislation that violates the rights of other Missouri citizens, including a bill that would have made it mandatory for parents to inform schools if their children are in a house with a firearm, her willingness to embrace her Second Amendment freedoms is certainly hypocritical.
Everything Else / Re: I feel it has already started.
« Last post by hogcowboy on October 23, 2014, 03:37:01 AM »
I was going to just vote a straight Republican ticket this time but decided I should mark each and every box instead. I thought it would be just too easy to change a straight ticket. But if they are doing that they probably have the logic to change each box too so I threw in one Independent in a far down position just to throw that logic off. Probably won't make a difference but I tried my best. I figured the voting system was so rigged it wouldn't make a difference and it looks like I'm right.
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