Jared Marcum, a 14-year old eighth grade honor student, is staring down the possibility of spending his next year in jail … for the crime of wearing an NRA t-shirt.

You see, according to "our" brave pansy-assed men in blue, Marcum "almost incited a riot." Like, OMG!

It's Rule 5 Sunday Monday!
"This isn't to say that stop-and-frisk doesn't have its place. It could be an invaluable tool for protecting New Yorkers and Americans in general — provided cops use it correctly. But they'll need to move their gangs of rapists from tenements and poor neighborhoods to the halls of legislatures, bureaucracies, governors' mansions, the White House, courts, and Congress."

Reason samples some the latest absurdities of busybody lawmakers who "make it their business to mind your business."...


Infamous Rule 5 Sunday!

"Well does the State know Mao's dictum: "political power grows out of the barrel of a gun." The rulers realize that the only way to retain their control over the people is to monopolize the firearms. The powers-that-be perceive that the people can never exercise their right to be free if they have no might to be free. Thus it is in part by gun control that Big Brother perpetuates his hegemony."

Rule 5 Saturday!

"[T]he right of secession lies at the heart of our country's legitimacy. Deny it, and you must reject the American founding."

To Blame a Gun …


"To blame a gun for man's decision is to foolishly attribute free will to an inanimate object."...


Obama’s HOPE


In yet another example of government run amok … Federal prosecutors are trying to lock Shepard Fairey, the ...

More creepy statism courtesy of your government schools.

Palm scanning causing concern among Moss Bluff ...

War in Concord, CA


Wake-up folks! We don't live in a free country.


No doubt about it, President Obama is terrible. He's surrounded by creeps too. One would think ...

A Nation of Cowards


"You can have my gun when you pry it from my cold, dead hands."


Jeff Chan obtained reprint permission for the Internet for Jeffrey Snyder's "A Nation of Cowards". It may be reproduced freely, including forwarding copies to politicians, provided that it is not distributed for profit and subscription information is included.

I especially encourage you to copy and pass on this strong statement about firearms ownership to friends, colleagues, undecideds, and other firearms rights supporters. Your grassroots pamphleteering can counter the propaganda blitz now going on by introducing some reason to the debate. This essay is one of our best weapons.

The government is so pathetic that really, the best thing you can do is laugh at them.

Here's The Government Is Pathetic Exhibit #11,223:
Revealed: Hundreds of words to avoid using online if you don't want the government spying on you (and they include 'pork', 'cloud' and 'Mexico')
The Department of Homeland Security has been forced to release a list of keywords and phrases it uses to monitor social networking sites and online media for signs of terrorist or other threats against the U.S.

Chicago has been declared a "red zone" and the Red Cross has been told to prepare for evacuations. ...

Simply put, civil society cannot survive this.
TSA to My Mother-in-Law: 'There's an Anomaly in the Crotch ...

In their endless quest to humiliate and demean we mere peasants, the TSA harassed and bullied a 4-year ...

Too funny! Blogger and civil rights advocate Jonathan Corbett proves that the TSA's naked body scanners provide nothing ...

Judge Andrew Napolitano's short-lived show "Freedom Watch" was a breath of fresh air in an otherwise ...

Is there any limit to the busybody meddling of bureaucrats and their armed enforcers?
Me, APD, and ...

It's Rule 5 Sunday!

"To attain genuine enforceable rights, people need to reject the moral legitimacy of government interference in their lives."
Worship of the Mob
Several months ago, I was visiting some friends in Sydney and was invited to the house of a friend-of-a-friend for some late night drinks and a chat. My host and his friends were left-wing bohemian types and had been informed by my friend that I am a "free-market anarchist," or something like that. They found this notion intriguing, and so they quizzed me on what that means, and this naturally led into a discussion of the merits of a free market versus a democracy.