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The same people who claim Kavanaugh is Guilty and must prove his innocence are the same
people who thought the Duke lacrosse team was guilty and had to prove 'their' innocence.
Democrats never change.

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 on: Today at 03:37:21 AM 
Started by warrenpees - Last post by warrenpees
In other words, chuck, you can't document any attacks.

"Violent words"?  Get a fucking grip.

 on: Today at 03:25:05 AM 
Started by Jim - Last post by Jim
if i were you, as stupid and dishonest as you are, as gullible as you, i would be tired of arguing with infants, too.

I think thats pretty much exactly what I implied...  But honestly, I don't your help summarizing you.

And again, like I said, All you have is ONE. And a one-punch old guy at that. And you think that excuses or authorizes all the attacks that have been going on since BEFORE the old guy even took his swing.  Why the hell do you think Trump said what he did. How did you get so stupid? Did you take the same DNA test as Fauxcahontas? 


All I can say is - these constant attacks are bringing the Right back out to the voting booths.  When you constantly rustle the nest - you wake the critters up.
Thank you.  Really.

 on: Today at 03:13:37 AM 
Started by Oscar_LaVista - Last post by Jim
My God, how big would a book have to be to fully explain how much someone hates their ancestors.  How many times would every word in every dictionary have to used?  Or would just one word be enough?  "Ingrate."

And how stupid would one have to be to think Indians were prehistoric tree hugging Hippies living in peace with mother earth?  Would such an ingrate know that Indians had Slaves and raped, murdered and pillaged other tribes long before Columbus was even born?  How could we possibly squeeze that much information into 1/1024th of an IQ ?

 on: Today at 02:14:41 AM 
Started by Oscar_LaVista - Last post by D2D
Leftists continue to prove they are completely ignorant of history!

 on: Today at 02:12:08 AM 
Started by D2D - Last post by D2D

One look at Lyman’s beautiful 140th Anniversary Sharps Carbine and anyone who appreciates the history of the West is going to want to their hands on this single-shot reproduction, just to work its drop-block action.

And once you do get your hands on it — like I did at the National Rifle Association’s convention earlier this year — you’re not going to want to put it down. Lyman President Rick Ranzinger was wearing a big smile when he handed me the display rifle, probably because we’ve known each other for decades — and he knows I’m a sucker for handsome rifles.
Built by Davide Pedersoli of Italy, the anniversary model is, alas, a limited edition piece with 140 being offered. The rifle is a “streamlined” version of the Sharps 1878, a legendary rifle on the frontier for its ruggedness and accuracy. This one is chambered for the .30-30 Winchester, so it represents two legends on the American landscape.
I once estimated more deer have fallen to the .30-30 Winchester than any other cartridge. It may no longer hold true — it was about 30 years ago or more when I wrote that — but the .30-30 is no slouch when it comes to putting venison in the freezer.
But will anyone really want to take this superbly finished rifle into the field? I have no doubt it would stack up to anything that comes along, but this Sharps reproduction is pure eye candy and would certainly look good on a fireplace mantle.
Let’s talk about its features. Hitting the scale at 7 lbs., the 140th Anniversary Lyman Sharps Carbine has a 24″ richly blued barrel topped by a pivoting front sight allowing a shooter to select between a blade or globe-style bead.


 on: Today at 01:49:00 AM 
Started by Oscar_LaVista - Last post by bluespower
when Asian/Siberian nomads accidentally discovered the western hemisphere 30000 years ago
population density was so low that evolving tribes for most of that time never came into contact with each other
plus no horse...walk this way every where

it was an isolated egalitarian hunter/gatherer garden of eden for thousands of years
until more densely populated civilizations developed in mexico, central america, and northern south america 5000 years ago
then came human regional conquest and brutality

after 1500 spanish discovery and conquest (and the horse) doubled down on the brutality



 on: Today at 01:30:16 AM 
Started by D2D - Last post by D2D
Bad news is hitting for possible 2020 presidential candidate and current Democratic Sen. Corey Booker — and it could be making hypocrites of his entire party in the process.
An accusation has been made via Twitter that “Spartacus” — as the New Jersey senator infamously referred to himself during Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation battle — sexually assaulted a gay man.
The account, without being too graphic, does detail what allegedly happened when the man said he met Booker at “an informal gathering” four years ago. It also gives some detail about the man making the accusation without identifying him. (Note: Some very crude language.)


 on: Today at 01:19:50 AM 
Started by D2D - Last post by D2D
Senate Majority Leader Senator Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and his wife were accosted by protestors while out for dinner Friday night. But other patrons at the restaurant came to his defense, shooing one attacker away from the couple.


 on: Today at 01:15:05 AM 
Started by D2D - Last post by D2D
Wvit, the perpetrator stated the targeted the victim solely because he is white!

Only democrats have been advocating hatred of and discrimination against white people!

 on: Today at 01:13:22 AM 
Started by davik62 - Last post by D2D
Provide proof, Davik!

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