Guns, Impossibly Beautiful Women, Nice Rides and Politics


Sunday, January 21, 2018

Good Morning

Enjoy Your Sunday

Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge
Meddybemps Lake, Maine

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Rule 5 Saturday LinkOrama

Proof Positive - Friday Night Babe - Darby Stanchfield

Political Clown Parade - Flowing Curves Of Beauty

By Other Means - Tuesday Tap, Rack, and Bang and Seeing Red

Evi L. Bloggerlady - Riley Keough

Ninety Miles From Tyranny - Hot Pick, Girls With Guns and Morning Mistress

Grouchy Old Cripple - Saturday Boobage

Irons in the Fire - Friday Evening

The Feral Irishman - Friday Femme Fatale

The Daley Gator - Daley Babe

Diogenes Middle Finger News - A Good Monday Morning and Fishnet Friday

Theo Spark - Megan Williams Takes You Away To Her Tropical Paradise

Your Crazy Uncle Bubba - Legs and Dresses

American Power - Robyn Lawley Uncovered for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2017 (VIDEO)

Woodsterman - Rule 5 Woodsterman Style

The Other McCain - Rule 5 Sunday

The Pirates Cove - If All You See ...

Wired Right - A Beautiful End to the Day

Friday, January 19, 2018

Friday Babe

Hailey Outland

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Massachusetts Bump Fire Stock Ban Enforcement Begins February 1

Previously: First in Nation Bump Fire Stock Ban Legislation had been attached to a budget bill moving through the Massachusetts General Court in October and was signed into law on November 3, 2017

via New Boston Post: Bump-Fire Stock Ban On Track For Feb. 1 Enactment, But Don’t Expect To Be Reimbursed For Complying
BOSTON — With the state’s ban on bump-fire stocks and trigger cranks set to begin at the start of next month, the Gun Owners’ Action League is questioning the “forced surrender” policy as interpreted by the state Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, criticizing the guideline for having “only one legal path to follow — turning the device(s) over to police” without reimbursement.

The pro-Second Amendment organization recently uploaded a copy of a letter penned by EOPSS Secretary Daniel Bennett, slated to be mailed out to licensed Massachusetts gun owners, to its website.

“Because the law does not allow for transfer or sale of these prohibited items, if you currently possess a bump stock or trigger crank within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you should contact your local police department or the Massachusetts State Police to get details about how to transfer custody of the prohibited item to the police for destruction,” Bennett wrote. “Retention of such a prohibited item beyond the 90 day grace period will expose the owner to criminal prosecution.”

Felix Browne, a spokesman for Bennett, confirmed the authenticity of the letter and told New Boston Post that the letter is necessary as the “new law calls for notifying individuals holding firearms licenses of the change in state law.”

Browne also addressed the question of reimbursement, noting that “it does not appear the Legislature address the issue of compensation in the bill that became law.”

Monday, January 15, 2018

Friggin Canadians Anyway

via NBP Editorial Staff President Trump: Time To Teach Canadian Thieves A Lesson
Last week a storm ripped a historic herring smokehouse, the last of its kind in the United States, from its moorings in Lubec, Maine and across the water to Campobello Island in New Brunswick. That’s a province in Canada.

It’s not far. Lubec includes West Quoddy Head, the easternmost point in the United States, and Campobello Island, where Franklin Roosevelt spent summers at a family estate, is barely in New Brunswick. You can easily see one from the other. (More on that in a minute.)

The owner of the smokehouse, Lubec Landmarks, is a nonprofit organization that has been restoring the shack for 25 years. A lot of it washed up on Campobello Island and can be retrieved and restored.

Simple problem, right?

Turns out it isn’t. Canadian authorities, while appearing to be friendly, are allowing Canadian scavengers to go to the smokehouse and cut pieces off it for what the Canadians are calling “salvage.” And they aren’t allowing the rightful owners to come get it.

In short, the Canadians have taken a local problem and turned it into an international incident.

Well, two can play at that game, and we can’t think of any better player than President Donald Trump.

Campobello Island, although technically in New Brunswick (at least for now), is accessible by land only from Lubec, Maine. Tourism is one of its biggest industries, with many people coming just to see Roosevelt’s estate and buy trinkets at the gift shop.

Campobello is a pretty if overrated place with a small population. (Kind of like the country that claims it.)

President Trump: It seems that the Canadians have something that’s rightfully Americans’, and that they are refusing to give it back, and that they are allowing their own citizens to destroy it, piece by piece.

How about closing the border at Campobello Island?

Call it a new version of NAFTA: Give us back what’s ours, and we’ll let people into what you call yours.

Make Lubec Great Again.

Fishing Shack Nonprofit Head Apologizes for Calling Canadian Scavengers ‘Vandals’

Sunday, January 14, 2018

I'll Take "Shite-Holes for 100, Alex"

To My Mind

This May Be the Finest bit of Cinematic Ingenuity You Will See All Day.

Vanderluen Posts: A Saturday Movie Matinee

An Epically Epic Creation of Epical Proportions
"She's a Vicious life-sucking bitch from which there is no escape"