Constitution Cowboy

Friday, December 31, 2004

Happy New Year, Everyone!

Tomorrow I reload windows on the computer. Been gettin' too many blue screens and freeze-ups!

All the best to you all in 2005!

Woody and Suzann

"I pledge allegiance to the rights that made and keep me free. I will preserve and defend those rights for all who live in this, the country founded on the belief and principles that those rights are inalienable and essential to the pursuit and preservation of life, liberty, and happiness." B.E.Wood

Wednesday, December 29, 2004

Great Thread At "Homers Brain"

There is a good discussion that has turned into a discussion of the Constitution and Liberalism/Conservatism at Homers Brain Check it out.


It is way past time we in this country got back to arming ourselves THE WAY OUR FOUNDING FATHERS SO WISELY SAW FIT TO ENSURE US THE IMPUNITY TO DO SO in the Constitution.   B.E.Wood

Monday, December 27, 2004

Some "Taxing" Thoughts For You...

From Walter E. Williams and from Mike North


What Is Disparity Of Force?

In some states, you can be charged with a crime if you defend yourself with "too much force". It is nothing more than Prudence! It is bringing the best defense with you. It is being what the Constitution assures you the impunity to be...PREPARED! (That is what the Second Amendment is all about - being prepared.)

Pragmatism is called for here, not level of force. The desired end is to have the means to defend one's self and family from any force bent on harm. How much "reckless disregard for life" should one have to put up with before he halts the reckless disregard for life his attackers are dispensing all over him?

I've only got one defensive weapon on me most of the time. I don't have the luxury of carrying one for each "level" of threat being foisted upon me, nor do I think I (or many of the rest of us) have the luxury of time to decide which level to apply, hoping the perp doesn't raise the level of threat when you start defending yourself with a weapon inferior to what he pulls out after you get started!

I'll defend myself and family with extreme prejudice. I don't go to the mall with a Mini Cooper, a sedan, and an SUV. I cover all my options with the tool that will cover it all. I take the SUV to the mall. Call it prudence. Call it practical. Call it common sense. You can't call it unprepared!


US DOJ Stance on individual RKBA

The Justice Department has come out with a 90+ page report on their stance on the right of individuals to keep and bear arms. It looks good. Now, let's see what the SCOTUS says!

Link to DOJ report


Sunday, December 26, 2004

Howdy From Oklahoma

And so it begins, the defense of the Constitution for the United States of America. Welcome to all, pro and con!