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The George Zimmerman Trial is Over and the Verdict has been Rendered. Now Let’s Move on Shall We?

Posted by Scott Rohter on Monday, July 15, 2013

The NAACP is leading a nationwide effort to have George Zimmerman re-tried on Federal Civil Rights charges, but someone from the Black Panther Party is probably going to try to kill him first before the Department of Justice completes its investigation into the circumstances surrounding the Trayvon Martin shooting. It seems to me that some people don’t want justice. They would rather have George Zimmerman’s head on a stick. The trial is over and the verdict is in. Can we just move on now, or won’t the racist NAACP and their friends in the liberal media let us?

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Oregon Follows Mexifornia Down the Road to Decline and Third World Status

Posted by Scott Rohter on Saturday, May 4, 2013

On May 1st the United States of America lost another State on the left coast to stupidity. Oregon now follows California in a predictable head long plunge towards Third World Status with the passage of two crazy Bills in the Oregon Legislature. House Bill 2787 grants in state college tuition benefits to illegal aliens, and Senate Bill 833 allows these lawbreakers to obtain an official Oregon driver’s license, to make their illegal stay here more convenient…

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The 2nd Amendment was Not Written for the Purpose of Hunting Deer

Posted by Scott Rohter on Friday, January 18, 2013

The Second Amendment was not written for the purpose of protecting our right to hunt. It was not placed in the Constitution to ensure that millions of outdoor enthusiasts could continue to exercise their constitutional right to hunt deer, or elk, or wild turkey. It was put there to protect us from a different kind of turkey… the kind that flock to Washington D.C. to exercise power…

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