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Jun 26, 2022 | Articles, Issue 1162

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Letter from Jeff Fullerton

What a crock!

This is the party that used to go around spewing “Bush lied and people died!” and “Hell no we won’t go”, and were actively cheering for the Soviet Union and dragging their feet at every turn to undermine U.S. foreign policy during the Cold War. Quite a few of them were looking forward to the day when the Russians and Chinese and other communist bloc nations would move in to occupy America and talked gleefully about collaborating with the occupation and even sending their uncooperative countrymen to re-education camps and committing genocide against millions who would inevitably resist conversion.

The Democratic Party is not only a party of tyranny and treason against the very spirit of freedom that makes America exceptional among nations – it is also the party of major hypocrisy on top of epic failure. Their pathological hatred of Tulsi Gabbard is the classic case of hated of the good for being good described by Ayn Rand. In the 2020 election Gabbard was the only nominee on the democratic presidential ticket fit for the office among that freak show lineup of incompetent, ugly anti-American wannabe dictators – few if any actually served in the military. Gabbard actually served her country in time of war and served honorably. Yet the Party rejected her in favor of radical left wing ideologues who were out of touch with the average democratic voter that the partisan machine ended up nominating Biden who had washed out early on in the contest. That right there is a sure sign the party of the donkey is a political dinosaur that needs to go extinct.

Having been in the military in an active theater Tulsi Gabbard like many veterans of the recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan is certainly entitled to critique interventionist foreign policy and from what I’ve heard from her – she actually gets what drain it is on our resources and danger to the long term fiscal health and security of the nation.

Something these war mongering chicken hawks in the Biden Administration and the harpies on “The View” just don’t get or don’t care about.

And speaking of hypocrisy: the war mongering Democrats and their man in the White House channeling Woodrow Wilson need to be reminded of the words of one of their own:

”I’m sick and tired of people who say that if you debate and disagree with this administration, somehow you’re not patriotic. We need to stand up and say we’re Americans, and we have the right to debate and disagree with any administration”.
Hillary Rodham Clinton

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Letter from Jeff Fullerton

Re: https://townhall.com/tipsheet/leahbarkoukis/2022/06/16/californians-moving-to-mexico-n2608805

At times I feel like it’s that bad and I don’t live in California. One thing – there’s less issue freezing to death in the winter because of green policies. Makes me think of the ending of that movie from the 2000s – “The Day After Tomorrow” with a caravan of people crossing the Rio Grande going SOUTH fleeing a new ice age !

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Letter from Albert Perez

Contrary to widespread fears, SCOTUS decision in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen does not mean unregulated concealed carry in New York and other states. What it does mean is that you do not have to prove you have a really good special need to carry concealed in public greater than self-defense. States can still set reasonable standards of training and a clear record as a requirement to get a license to carry concealed. Now it is up to New York and the other states requiring a standard higher than self-defense to write new licensing laws respecting the right of honest, sane citizens to get a license to carry a pistol for self-defense and not because they had a special need, which usually meant having a friend or knowing who to pay off in City Hall.

Yes, I know people should not need a license to exercise the right to arm themselves for self-defense. However, this is an Improvement over the existing situation. Take the win, then work for the next one.

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