Hot Air: Video: Milwaukee County sheriff’s PSA on self-protection:
The sheriff of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin has a new public-service announcement on radio on protecting yourself, and it’s causing quite a stir in the community:
Why something that patently obvious would cause “hysteria” on the left is anyone’s guess.
Gunny & Glock – Wrong Diner – Extended Version:
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Legislators in Missouri, Kansas and elsewhere are crafting legislation to nullify U.S. statutes. But experts say such efforts are unconstitutional.Ed Emery is ready to send the federal government a message.
The first-term state senator from Lamar thinks Congress oversteps its constitutional authority over and over again, and the president is due for impeachment. It’s well past time, he insists, for the states to take a stand.
“State government is the first line of defense against unconstitutional acts by the federal government,” he said. “Whether you call it states’ rights, whether you call it state sovereignty, whatever you call it.”
Emery is hardly alone.
Frustrated by the expanded power of Washington, lawmakers in Missouri, Kansas and a growing number of politically conservative states have decided to ignore — and in many cases openly defy — federal law. They cite the U.S. Constitution for their actions, even as experts doubt their interpretation of the testy balance between state and federal power.
I had the opportunity to hear Emery speak at a Liberty Loyalists event, last September. His talk seems highly prescient, today, as it focused on the Second Amendment as a check to government tyranny. Start watching at 1:40.
Bill Whittle on the Second Amendment:
At the Redlands Teaparty.
Lee Doren: 5-Year-Old Terrorist Threat for Fake Gun?!
Sean Hackbarth, Free Enterprise: Shale Energy is Star of FrackNation:
“Hydraulic fracturing” sounds ominous, right? You’re not really sure what it is, has a lot of syllables, and sounds scary. In 2010, the documentary Gasland played off that lack of knowledge to make hydraulic fracturing into a villain that caused well water to be set on fire, made people sick, and even caused earthquakes.
After watching the film, journalist, Phelim McAleer, came away skeptical of director Josh Fox’s claims. To answer his questions, he went on a journey to tell a more-complete story about how hydraulic fracturing is helping local communities and powering America’s energy boom. FrackNation, which aired on AXS TV Tuesday night, is that story.
PJTV Trifecta: Hail to the Leftist: Obama’s Inaugural Speech the Worst In American History:
President Obama delivered a shocking speech at his second inauguration in which he embraced European collectivism and abandoned individual liberty. Hear what the President said, and why Bill Whittle thinks the Obama inaugural ceremony was both bizarre and evil.
National School Choice Week WHISTLE STOP TOUR:
Hundreds of students and their parents helped kick off National School Choice Week 2013, January 26, at Union Station in Los Angeles, Calif. The week long celebration includes a 14 stop, cross-country tour starting at Union Station and ending in New York City’s Penn Station.
“This is an opportunity for families who really want to change things in this country to actually make a difference and they are,” said National School Choice Week founder Andrew Campanella, who hosted the event.
Reason TV was on hand to capture the event which included speeches from parents, Ben Austin of Parent Revolution and former state senator Gloria Romero, who is now state director of Democrats for Education Reform.
And now for something completely different via @KLSouth: Undercover Karaoke with Jewel: