New Leatherman Wearable Multi-tool

The manly-lookin' Leatherman Tread

The manly-lookin’ Leatherman Tread

Leatherman multi-tools can certainly come in handy, but they are one more thing that has to be stuffed in a pocket or hung on a belt. That’s where the Leatherman Tread comes in. It’s a stainless steel bracelet that incorporates 25 tools within its links. Additionally, because none of those tools are knives, it shouldn’t cause problems going through airport security. read more

Google – The Democrat Search Engine

By: the Common Constitutionalist

On January 27, I Googled the following: “How much money will the democrats spend on the 2016 presidential election?” I’ll explain why in a moment. Actually, what came up will be explanation enough.

democrat-spending-donkey-cartEvilGoogleWhat came up had no resemblance to my inquiry. The number one ranked answer to my inquiry was: “Koch Brothers’ Budget of $889 Million for 2016 Is on Par With Both Parties’ Spending,” by The New York Times.

You see, I read an article in the UK Telegraph about the Koch Brothers and their plan to spend $1.4 million per day until election day, 2016, to see to it that the Republicans win the White House and retain control of both the House and Senate.

On the first page of Google search were 12 selections. Every one was about the evil Republican Koch Brothers. The New York Times, Washington Post, 2 Politico stories, Reuters, the Telegraph, the Dallas News, CBS News and MSNBC – all inhabited the front page, yet not a single answer to my request regarding the Democrats or Hillary.

All of them were decrying the fact that the devil twins – the Koch Brothers, were going to just buy the election.

The New York Times quotes Davis Axelrod, a former senior adviser to Obama, as saying “It’s no wonder the candidates show up when the Koch Brothers call. That’s exponentially more money than any party organization will spend. In many ways, they have superseded the party.” read more

Mouse-Box – The Ultimate Compact PC

The Mouse-Box includes a 1.4GHz CPU and 128GB of storage

The Mouse-Box includes a 1.4GHz CPU and 128GB of storage

We’ve seen plenty of compact PCs in the past, but few as tiny as the Mouse-Box. This new invention from a team of Polish engineers packs a fully-functioning computer into a mouse that you can hold in your hand. All you need to add is a screen and a keyboard and you’re ready to start work, get online or launch a presentation. The Mouse-Box is currently at the prototype stage and its makers are looking for funding to bring it to production. read more

The Individual Right To Keep and Bear Arms

Tomorrow, weather permitting, My New Hampshire State Senate Judiciary Committee, will hold a hearing regarding some gun issues. These issues are:

  • Repealing the existing law that requires a person to have a concealed firearm license in order to carry concealed.
  • Increasing the length of time a license to carry is valid.
  • Directing the state police to enter into reciprocity agreements with other states to recognize their carry licenses.

In honor of this I’ve decided to re-release an article from a few years ago explaining the absurdity of current gun laws, not just in New Hampshire, but in every state.

by: the Common Constitutionalist

In Texas, 1999, a U.S. District Judge, Sam Cummings ruled in a domestic abuse case that the second amendment guaranteed an individual the right to keep and bear arms.

There was naturally blowback from this decision. His detractors claimed he neglected to follow usual judicial practice. You see, his sin was not citing supremelegal precedent to support his decision.

That one sentence clearly defines a major problem in this country, run by pinhead lawyers – so full of arrogance that they think themselves and their court decisions superior to the Constitution and the founders. By citing only court precedent instead of original intent one bad decision leads to another and so on.

Some legal pinheads might cite the Supreme Court case U.S. v Miller (1939) wherein the court ruled the Second Amendment’s “obvious purpose… Was to assure the continuation and render possible the effectiveness of the state militia” (the National Guard). In the early 1980s, the Illinois Supreme Court as well as the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that there was no right for individuals to keep and bear arms in the second amendment.

Now I’m not a constitutional scholar or great jurist with an army of researchers, but I can read. read more