Thursday, 24 April 2014
Alarms going off--millennials are too addicted to their mobile devices, like iPads. FIVE ALARM FIRE--children under the age of 4 are experiencing difficulty lifting and playing with blocks, because their hands are too used to an iPad.
Hear Bill Whittle explain why this is an urgent, 911 call for change.
From Theo Spark at 22:30
Progress notes .... "the plywood gun" .... the handle a/k/a the pistol grip ....
Argghhh! The Home Of Two Of Jonah's Military Guys.. - Even Dusty might like this one...
Why Are Hard-Working Asians Increasingly Voting for Democrats?
Harry Reid's Long, Steady Accretion of Power & Wealth
Fresh Border Patrol Agents Arriving in South Texas
Which country needs large numbers of ATGW
Y chromosome appeared 180 million years ago
FBI Gun Recovered from Bakersfield Gang
Judicial Watch Sues FBI for Records Relating to Award Given to Controversial Muslim Homeland Security Adviser
Earth Barely Missed Catastrophic 'Solar Superstorm' in 2012
Moose charges snowmobilers in Maine
The 'Wise Latina' jumped the shark
Bulletproof Subways A Sign Of Violent Times?
Does Anyone Remember Herman Cain?
Senate probe: Ex-DHS watchdog altered reports as favor to senior officials
DOJ Pardon Atty. Quits as Obama Plans to Free Thousands of Drug Convicts
The Long View: Gun Control Being Decimated on State Level
Troops Say Generals Understand Need For Cuts To Aides, Personal Drivers, And Golf Courses
Tea party candidate Curt Clawson wins Republican primary to replace former Rep. Trey Radel
Sen. Nelson ‘tempted’ to run for governor, doesn’t agree with state’s direction
Kerry’s Mideast Peace Initiative Goes Down the Drain
Iran Calls the Kettle Black
Blame Obama and environmentalists for burning babies for electricity
Russian army ordered to advance toward Ukraine border. Moscow questions May election’s legitimacy
Soviet Yearnings: Hopes Rise in Transnistria of a Russian Annexation
American conservatism must choose between relevance and ridicule
Our Typhoon fighters look flashy, but we are completely outgunned by Russia
Brazil's Osama Bin Laden-themed bars
From Theo Spark at 21:35
Are you looking to buy a house? Trying to sell a house? This article contains the lists of the Top 10 fastest-moving housing markets in the US and the Top 10 slowest-moving.
From Michael Haltman at 13:23
Dumb stuff liberals say...
Iceberg 6 times the size of Manhattan breaks off of Antarctica
Why the poor's investment of choice is so alarming
FCC proposes allowing streamers to strike ISP deals
Cops: Woman hid loaded gun inside her body
Blue Angels probe involves sexual harassment charge
Sen. Jeff Sessions rallies supporters during Tea Party Express Mobile stop
Relax, postal service says, we're not hoarding ammunition
Steamboatin' on Mobile River
Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter, R.I.P: Triple Murderer Who Fooled Hollywood
U.S. Lifts Ban on Attack Helicopters for Egypt
This Land is Your Land
The Trouble with Gaza
Who is in More Trouble: Wilders or The Netherlands?
Rebellion is brewing against the political elite that has ruined Europe
From Theo Spark at 13:00
From Theo Spark at 10:42
I don't remember posting on this lovely lady previously, but her rack is to die for!
My god, look at that lady's all-natural bazonga balloons, lol!
See, "Fabulous Tessa Fowler Shows Off in Teeny-Tiny Green Bikini."
Seriously some of the best tits I've seen in awhile.
From Donald Douglas at 02:14
Wednesday, 23 April 2014
From Theo Spark at 23:30
From Theo Spark at 23:00
Great Britain Still A Christian Country - The Usual Suspects Disagree
Obama Skipped Aunt's Funeral; Went Golfing Instead
Palace Intrigue: Right Searches For Cantor Alternative
Firearm Silencer/Suppressor Sales Skyrocket
BLACKFIVE: The military as a socialist paradise?
Explained: The three types of custom rifle barrels
Supreme Court upholds MI ban on affirmative action in college admissions
Obama is Bursting the Left's Bubbles
Report: Benghazi Could Have Been Prevented if the US Hadn't 'Switched Sides in the War on Terror'
Reporter Asks State Dept for One Accomplishment from Hillary Clinton's Big Review Process. Let's See What Happens
Dirty Harry at the library? Up to Brewer
The Federal Government's Tyrannical Land Grabs
Congressman Slams NYT for Piece Linking Veterans and White Supremacy
Over 40,000 voters are registered in both Virginia and Maryland, group finds
'Chiraq': Chicago Becoming More Dangerous Than Terror-Torn Iraq
Blues probe balances justice and safety
New Orleans socialite holds court at her own memorial service
Cost of Obama’s Student Aid Scheme Skyrockets
The Land Grabbing Feds
Palestine - Abbas Unilaterally Resurrects Palestinian Authority
Christian Nursery Worker in London sacked for expressing a Biblical opinion
Netanyahu breaks off peace talks over Palestinian pact with Hamas. US may suspend PLO recognition
Weapon of Last Resort: ECB Considers Possible Deflation Measures
RAF Typhoons scrambled to Russian bombers
Cheerleaders sue over 'jiggle test'
Georgia will allow guns in churches
From Theo Spark at 22:05
NRA News announced today that it has added three new faces to its growing NRA News Commentators team. Chris Cheng, Gabby Franco and Nikki Turpeaux will contribute fresh voices to topics and issues surrounding the Second Amendment.
Chris Cheng grew up around firearms, but only emerged onto the shooting sports scene after winning History Channel’s Top Shot season 4 in 2012. Soon after, Chris left his job at Google to compete full time on the Bass Pro Shops team in USPSA, IDPA and 3-gun. While firearms play a large role in Chris’ life, he has a very diverse background and set of interests. Chris majored in Political Science from UCLA, is fluent in Spanish and is an accomplished double bass player. He serves on the Board of Directors for the San Francisco Opera BRAVO! Club and is a volunteer baritone singer for the San Francisco Symphony.
At the age of 19, Venezuelan native Gabby Franco was the first female to qualify for the Venezuelan Olympic Shooting Team, representing her country at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. In 2002, Gabby left her family to move to the United States. She didn’t know anyone nor did she speak English, but to her, the move represented the opportunity for a successful future. Gabby is passionate about her Second Amendment freedoms, after seeing first-hand what happens in a country where they are taken away. Gabby is an NRA certified instructor, a former Top Shot contestant and an active competitor in USPSA.
A Texas native and former Miss Houston, Nikki Turpeaux found firearms later in life. After years spent in the corporate world, she left to pursue personal safety training and is now the owner and chief executive officer of Archangel Tactical, LLC, and founder of the Get a GRIP® Personal Defense & Firearms Training Program. Nikki is an NRA certified instructor who lives in Atlanta and spends her time instructing, speaking in public and educating women to take personal safety into their own hands.
Gabby’s first episode kicks off a new spring season of NRA News Commentators. View the episode below. Chris and Nikki’s introductory profiles, can now be viewed on the Commentators page of NRA News: www.nranews.com/commentators.
About: NRA News is America’s premier source for Second Amendment news. Besides Commentators, other broadcast offerings from NRA News include Cam & Co, a weekday talk show airing on NRANews.com, Sportsman Channel, SiriusXM and iHeartRadio; and Ginny Simone Reporting, a series of investigative pieces from the award-winning journalist. Visit NRA News: www.NRANews.com.
From NRA Life of Duty at 21:06
From Alan Caruba at 17:06