Thursday, March 31, 2005

Terri Schiavo dies

Terri Schiavo has just died. This case at its best is suicide, and at the worst MURDER. I know this may sound extreme, but there are still possibilities of abuse by Michael Schiavo.

Wednesday, March 30, 2005

No more Earn-A-Buck!

Hurray! No more Earn-A-Buck! Earn-A-Buck is every hunter nightmare, and it will be no more!!!!! Hurray! Now I will explain what Earn-A-Buck. Earn-A-Buck is when you have to shoot a doe before you can earn the privilege to shoot a buck. It makes a hunter less limited if Earn-A-Buck is not in place. I think hunters already have WAY to many laws! I am glad Earn-A-Buck is gone!

Hat tip: Wild Wisconsin

Sorry no blogging!

I am very sorry I have been unable to blog! My school had not permitted me. I will try whenever my school permits to blog, but that will be sporadic.

Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Hunting foreign species of animals

Right now a hunter is pushing that feral (wild) cats be considered "fair game." Personally I am all for it. What he is pushing is that they should be considered an "unprotected species," which means you need a small games license to hunt them. I think this is a step in the right direction, but think we need to go farther still, and make them fair game for ANY person to shoot. I am no cat hater, but I think any animal our of place is free game. Now realize that when I say animal, I mean wildlife, and not humans! Humans are completely different. Innocent humans should be protected at all costs from death. I also say that sparrows, mice, rats, starlings, and some more should also be put on the same list as feral cats should be. I think those I mentioned should be fair game, and you should not legally have to have a licence to hunt them. I hope to be able to shoot feral cats in this upcoming hunting year.

Hat tip: Standards & Grudges

Still offering gmail invites!

Hey, I still have gmail invites for all who want one! Feel free to email me for one! Email me here!

Monday, March 07, 2005

Attack on life in Michigan

The Michigan life definition act is under fire by the courts. Thankfully, this act which calls a baby a person as soon as any part of it is out of the mother's body, has a good chance of standing up to the courts, because it does not make abortion illegal, but just defines when a person becomes a person. This does prevent partial birth abortions, causing Planned Parenthood (Planned BARENhood) to say it may endanger the life of the mother. Now, what about the young mother's (the baby being aborted, in the case of it being a girl) life, why don't they ever think of that?

Via: and Wild Wisconsin

View their articles Wild Wisconsin Life Site News

Letting felons vote?

Hillary Clinton and John Kerry want to pass a law to let felons vote! This is atrocious, and blatantly against the 2nd section of the 14th amendment. (View here) There does appear to be arterial motives for this legislation, though. Poles have shown that felons overwhelmingly vote democratic in elections. Wonder why they are proposing this? Now, if they let felons vote, will they also allow them to own arms?

View the article on this at Opinion Journal and Wild Wisconsin
Hat tip: Wild Wisconsin and Opinion Journal

Saturday, March 05, 2005


Hi, it is me again. I hope to start blogging again on Monday. My hand is getting better, so I can type now. I would really like to thank my brother for being so kind as to post on my blog, even with his busy schedule. I would suggest that you send him an email (here) thanking him for blogging, and visit his blog here. I appreciate your bearing with my little blogging!

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Simmons Says

No more death penalty for minors. (In Roper v. Simmons)

Continuing a trend intent on undermining US sovereignty, Justice Kennedy said, "It is proper that we acknowledge the overwhelming weight of international opinion against the juvenile death penalty..."

Continuing a trend of selective polls for judicial decisions Kennedy concluded, "our society views juveniles ... as categorically less culpable than the average criminal."

To his credit, Justice Scalia hammers out the real reason for the decision in his descent: "The Court says in so many words that what our people's laws say about the issue does not, in the last analysis, matter: 'In the end our own judgment will be brought to bear on the question of the acceptability of the death penalty. The Court thus proclaims itself sole arbiter of our nation's moral standards."

So in my last analysis we have decided against juvinile death penalty becasue we have become subjected to the laws of other nations and the application of what a few unelected people perceives as the direction of society.

And this is what the Dems are threatening to shut the gov't over if they can't sustain these types of judges. Great.