Working is so hard

Another “expose.” This is a bigger joke than the online gun sales NBC video.  Working sucks, that’s why you’re paid for it.  The racial aspects we stupid as well.  I don’t hear about this and feel sorry for the immigrants doing a shitty job, I feel good that my country can offer them employment. There are some countries that people want to get out of, and some that they want to get into, and fortunately we’re still one of the latter.  The conclusion of this article should be to go to college and get a useful degree, or learn how to work hard physically, physically or otherwise, you should plan to work just as hard.

I am the only one professional enough, that I know of….well, you know the rest.

And if you don’t, here.

The idea that the DOJ was going to set up CCW classes kind of irked me.  That’s not their job, and they have no business either teaching or dictating curriculum to anyone.  Whatever, but this is just hilarious. this comes at the same time that this happened. There are bad people that aren’t cops, and there are bad people that are.  The same thing goes for people with shit for brains and shoot their own hands. The notion that only police should have guns is more ridiculous than the idea that they shouldn’t have them at all. 

The ICE agent shooting is a great reason why we should all carry everywhere.  That could have been a massacre if no one had a gun at the ready.  For anyone to desire to take that right and capability from the rest of us is completely reprehensible.  

Copy Cats

NBC recently filmed some private gun sales and called in an investigation, so not to be outdone I guess WEAU had to get in on the action. However, their story was half assed and even less convincing.  Leave it to liberals to find things that aren’t problems, or could never be solved by laws and insist that we make them illegal, or in this case more illegal.  They claim that they only want to stop dangerous felons from purchasing weapons, but that’s already illegal and the laws sure as hell aren’t working. The real problem is the dangerous felons. Maybe they should write about the outrage of violent felons getting paroled.  What about keeping those types out of our society? No, they would rather everyone be treated like a criminal, and make all laws geared for the lowest common denominator.

Keeping them out of the wrong hands

Just another example of why only the police should have guns…..wait.

Getting what they paid for:

Sheriff Clarke: Milwaukee getting what they paid for.

One of the only services that everyone in the county relies on regardless of the amount of entitlements they recieve is law enforcement. Due to budget cuts, Clarke is forced to cut things. It’s pretty amazing how that works.  Not only does he have a legitimate reason to be livid, there was a separate fund for dignitary protection that was cut. The funny thing is that this is only an issue because people are talking about it. The fact is, Obama seems to have come and gone unscathed, the “hole” was filled with state troopers who most likely were just pulled from urgent tasks like shooting radar and seeing how much trucks weigh.  Nothing bad happened, and it all happened without the money that they didn’t want Clarke to have.  This is a non-issue that has become one because of mouth frothing leftie’s showing their true colors, such as when councilman Hines suggests abolishing Clarks job out of nowhere, over this one, small issue.

Via Packing Pretty:

This post:

from packing pretty is a very tangible reason for permissive concealed carry rules in our universities.  Not that logic and reasoned discourse isn’t enough, but it’s important to note and point out statistics like, every 21 hours on average there is a rape on campus.  When anti’s hear logic they have nothing to say and begin mouth frothing. They usually think of some astoundingly creative hypothetical that they want you to counter with more hypotheticals, relegating the discussion to hypothetical nonsense.  Sometimes they will get into the anecdotal arguments.  Next time someone brings up hypotheticals, or anecdotes, bring up a fact like this; a  cold, hard fact, where real people are suffering real consequences.

This isn’t hypothetical

Self defense is an individual right.  Just as it is illegal to kill, it is a right not to be killed. However, the government is not required to guarantee that right for you, it is only required to not deny you that right.  If you want to exercise your rights, you must secure them yourself.  By denying your right to self defense by banning the only viable self defense tools, UW Milwaukee has denied your right to self defense and to life while still not providing any safeguards against those that might take advantage of that vulnerability that they have created.  Every day that we go to campus, we have to count on no one exploiting our vulnerability.

I don’t think that it is a good trade off, but take for instance the trade off of liberty for security when flying.  We give up all rights of having a fighting chance should we need to defend ourselves or others in an airplane, in exchange for a supposedly thorough screening of the other passengers.  The government has at least made a good faith effort to eliminate tools available to those who might have ill intent.  The problem is, the people who have no ill intent, are the only ones who will follow the policy for the sake of compliance with law.  It’s the people that you don’t have to worry about that police themselves, and would never think about trying to circumvent the screening process.  People don’t decide over the atlantic that they want to use a plane for a terrorist act.  It’s the people with ill intent that you have to worry about.  Anyone else could have a nuclear weapon, but it doesn’t matter because of their lack of malicious intent.  The people with ill intent are the ones you have to worry about, you have to hope that they are unable to beat security measures.  I think that that is bullshit, but I can pretend for a little while, and say that this is somewhat reasonable.  The key point in this paragraph is that the people who have no malicious intent will follow the law for the sake of it, and those who want to hurt people see it as a hurdle, and will simply see it as something to overcome. At least in the case of boarding airlines, this is somewhat of a challenge.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at public colleges like UWM.  The incentive of those with no malicious intent still stands. Staying within the law is the only motivation that they need (otherwise I would carry on campus).  The similarities end there.  Someone with malicious intent has only a misdemeanor to discourage them at UWM.  We know logically and from experience that a law is as effective against those with a reason to defy it as it’s enforcement (plus any crime committed with a gun is most likely a felony, rather than the misdemeanor of carrying illegally). Unlike at airports, UWM has simply banned the carrying of concealed weapons by people who obey laws, while making not even the slightest effort to guarantee that no one will take advantage of that situation as they do at airports or police stations with metal detectors, scanners, etc.  Every time that you walk onto campus and enter a building, you are giving up a fundamental right so that someone feels better, so that they feel politically correct. You are in effect giving up your right to life. This is an egregious assault on your rights as a citizen of the United States. We must fight this assault on our liberties whether you want to carry a gun or not. Even if you don’t carry, a criminal must take his chances and hope that you aren’t if they are to attack you. If you’re in a UWM building, or leaving one, they know that you’re a sitting duck.  There is nothing morally superior about that. UWM and the UW system should stop abusing their power and focus on improving our educational experience instead of making costly political statements.