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Coffee Klatch
Keep it civil and clean, this is an area for anyone to chat about anything. NO SPAM
The Second Amendment
Talk about The Second Amendment and firearms etc...
Bolt, Lever, And Pump Action Rifles
From the Spencer and Henry lever actions up to the most modern and accurate bolt actions, this is the forum to discuss rifles that load from a magazine when you work the action.
Defensive Handgun
Concealed carry issues, liability, training, gear, whatever. This is where we put our heads together and discuss the things that help us make sure we go home at night.
General Rifle
Rolling blocks, trapdoors, single shots of all flavors! Talk about rifles that don't fit well into the other forums here, as well as shooting techniques, ammunition selection, and more. Can't decide which rifle type to get? You can discuss it here.
National Firearms Act
Discussion of National Firearms Act items such as machine guns, suppressors, short barreled long arms. And if it's a violation of the 2nd amendment as it was written...
Our Handgun Forum
A wide open area for Handgun posts that don't fit well in the Revolver or Semi-auto Forums. Ammunition selection to shooting technique and more.
Scopes, Lights And Lasers
What do you use? chat about your scope, light or laser..
Semi-Automatic Rifles
Want to discuss rifles that fire each time you pull the trigger and reload themselves? Then this forum is for you.
Tactics And Training
When your best defense is a quick, hard offense, the lessons learned here may prove invaluable. This is a "no holds barred" training area.
The 2nd Amendment
Discussion and debate on the Right to Bear Arms, I feel there is NO DEBATE or DISCUSSION on this right.
The Fighting Shotgun
Discuss the virtues of the most versatile fighting weapon ever created here.
The Revolver Forum
For those who love that "Revolver feel", you've found a home.
The Semi-Automatic Forum
From the 1911 to the latest concept semi-auto. Your input and questions are always welcome.
Discussion on survival and survival equipment
General Survival
For those concerned about the state of the Nation and long term survival in uncertain times, this one is for you. If your thoughts won't fit in one of the other survival related forums, put it here.
Psychology Of Survival
It takes much more than the knowledge and skills to build shelters, get food, make fires, and travel without the aid of standard navigational devices to live successfully through a survival situation. Some people with little or no survival training have managed to survive life-threatening circumstances.
A shelter can protect you from the sun, insects, wind, rain, snow, hot or cold temperatures, and enemy observation. It can give you a feeling of well-being. It can help you maintain your will to survive.
Survival Related Gear
This is where you learn about the equipment that may keep you alive if the brownstuff hits the rotator....or maybe you just got lost.
Political Parties
Discuss all the Political Parties within the United States.
Republican Party (RNC)
Republicans lost control of the Presidency in 2008 and 2012. However, the GOP came on strong in the off-year elections, recapturing control of the US House in 2010 and the US Senate in 2014. The GOP also holds several key Governorships (including TX, OH, FL, GA, MI, IL, WI and NJ). Republicans can generally be classified into several different sub-sets: traditional establishment conservatives (John Boehner, Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, Jeb Bush, and the Club for Growth), the "Religious Right" (Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum, Mike Pence, and the Family Research Council), libertarians (Rand Paul and the Campaign for Liberty), the "paleo-conservative" wing that backs strict anti-immigration controls (Steve King), and the rapidly dwindling "centrist" or "moderate" wing (Mark Kirk, Larry Hogan and Charlie Baker). The influential "Tea Party" movement -- split between several groups who each claim the name (Tea Party Patriots, Tea Party Express, Tea Party Nation, etc.) -- emerged in 2009 and seem to straddle somewhere between the libertarian and paleo-conservative wings of the GOP, but seemed in decline in the 2014 GOP primaries.
Libertarian Party
The LP, founded in 1971, bills itself as "America's largest third party" (and, along with the Greens, are definitely among the two largest third parties in the nation). The Libertarians are neither left nor right: they believe in total individual liberty (pro-drug legalization, pro-choice, pro-gay marriage, pro-home schooling, pro-gun rights, etc.) and total economic freedom (anti-welfare, anti-government regulation of business, anti-minimum wage, anti-income tax, pro-free trade).
Democratic Party (DNC)
The Democrats won the White House in 2008 and 2012, won some key governorships (PA, NY, MO, MN, and CA) -- but lost control of the US House in 2010, and lost the US Senate in 2014. Democrats run the wide gamut from the near Euro-style democratic-socialist left (Barbara Lee, Raúl Grijalva and the Congressional Progressive Caucus) and traditional liberals (Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden) to the pragmatic "centrist" moderate-to-liberal style (Hillary Clinton, Mark Warner) to the Dem center-right (Harry Reid and the New Democratic Coalition) to the dwindling GOP-style center-conservative right (Joe Manchin, Blue Dog Coalition).
American Independent Party
Governor George C. Wallace Congressman John G. Schmitz (AIP) 1972(D-AL) founded the AIP and ran as the its first Presidential nominee in 1968. Running on a fiery populist, right-wing, anti-Washington, anti-racial integration, anti-communist platform, Wallace carried nearly 10 million votes (14%) and won 5 Southern states. Although Wallace returned to the Democratic Party by 1970, the AIP continued to live on -- but moved even further to the right. The 1972 AIP nominee, John Birch Society leader and Congressman John G. Schmitz (R-CA), carried nearly 1.1 million votes (1.4%).
America's Party
Former Ambassador and frequent GOP Presidential candidate Alan Keyes created this party in 2008, after he quit the Republican race for President and failed to win the Constitution Party's nomination. Originally named America's Independent Party, they shortened their name to America's Party in 2011. The party espouses a social Christian conservative platform: pro-life (no exceptions), anti-gay rights, pro-gun rights, pro-strong military ("peace through strength"), pro-Iraq War, anti-tax (supports total repeal of federal income taxes), and opposes federal spending on any programs not explicitly authorized by the US Constitution.
Citizens Party
Not to be confused with the progressive party by the same name in the 1980s, this new Citizens Party was launched in 2004 as the New American Independent Party. In 2011, the party changed its name to Citizens Party. The CP vows to become a national entity. The CP describe their ideology as a "pragmatic ... mixture of what might appear to be liberal, moderate and conservative views." The party supports fair trade (reciprocity), and opposed free trade policies, NAFTA, CAFTA and the WTO; supports gun ownership rights; supports gay marriage and is pro-choice; wants tougher animal cruelty laws; supports legalizing medically assisted suicide; wants to create tax incentives to bring manufacturing jobs back to the US and protect US family farms; opposed the Wall Street bailout; and opposes a "neo-conservative foreign policy."
Constitution Party
Former Nixon Administration official and one-time Conservative Coalition chair Howard Phillips founded the US Taxpayers Party (USTP) in 1992 as a potential vehicle for conservative pundit Pat Buchanan to use for a third party White House run -- had he agreed to bolt from the GOP in 1992 or 1996. The USTP pulled together several of the splintered right-wing third parties -- including the once mighty American Independent Party (below) -- into a larger political entity. The USTP renamed itself the Constitution Howard Phillips (USTP) 1992Party in 1999. The party is strongly pro-life, anti-gun control, anti-tax, anti-immigration, trade protectionist, "anti-New World Order," anti-United Nations, anti-gay rights, anti-welfare, and pro-school prayer.
World Socialist Party Of The USA
The WSP-USA are seemingly utopian Marxists. They believe true socialism can only work when it is established worldwide.World Socialist Party USA They renounce violence, Soviet-style totalitarianism, money and all forms of leadership. They advocate a classless, "wageless, moneyless, free access society" without any national borders. They don't run candidates nor endorse other socialist or left candidates as they believe a vote for ANY candidate under the current system is a vote in support of capitalism. Understanding that world socialism "has clearly not yet been established," they believe that "democratically capturing the State through parliamentary elections is the safest, surest method for the working class to enable itself to establish socialism"
American Freedom Party
The American Freedom Party (originally named American Third Position or A3P) is a white supremacist political party (they prefer to call themselves "White Nationalists") founded in 2010. In various policy statements, the AFP state its mission is "to represent White Americans before the political arena." The party espouses a non-interventionist foreign policy, calls for strict controls on non-white immigration to the US, and tours the slogan "Diversity = White Genocide." The party began fielding candidates on the ballot in 2011. The AFP nominated white supremaclist activist Merlin Miller for President in 2012. Miller achieved ballot status in three states but captured only 2,714 votes nationwide (19th place).
Communist Party USA
The CPUSA -- once the slavish propaganda tool and spy network for the Soviet Central Committee -- experienced a forced transformation in recent years. Highly classified Soviet Politburo records, made public after the fall of Soviet communism in the 1990s, revealed the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) illegally CPUSAfunneled millions of dollars to the CPUSA to finance its activities from the 1920s to the 1980s. The flow of Soviet dollars to the CPUSA came to an abrupt halt when the Soviet communists were ousted from power in 1991 -- ultimately causing a total overhaul of CPUSA activities. Founded in 1924, the CPUSA reached its peak vote total in 1932 with nominee William Z. Foster (102,000 votes - 4th place).
Freedom Socialist Party
The FSP was formed in 1966 by a splinter group of dissident feminist Trotskyists who broke away from the Socialist Workers Party to create a new party in the "tradition of Freedom Socialist Party, Marx, Engels, Lenin and Trotsky." The FSP has always emphasized "black liberation and social feminsm" -- thus the reason Radical Women is an official alternate name used by the FSP. The FSP describe themselves as a "revolutionary, socialist feminist organization, dedicated to the replacement of capitalist rule by a genuine workers' democracy that will guarantee full economic, social, political, and legal equality to women, people of color, gays, and all who are exploited, oppressed, and repelled by the profit system and its offshoot – imperialism."
The Greens/Green Party USA (G/GPUSA)
When people talk about "The Green Party" in the US, they are likely NOT talking about this entity. The G/GPUSA is the older, very much smaller, and more stridently leftist of the two Green parties. While the GPUSA also nominated Nader for President back in 2000, Nader rejected the The Greens (1980s)G/GPUSA nomination (while embracing the other Green party, listed above). Prominent Nader campaign strategist Jim Hightower described the two Green factions as follows in 2001: "There are two Green party organizations -- the [Green Party of the US] whose nomination Ralph accepted and the much smaller one [G/GPUSA] ... on the fringes ... [with] all sorts of damned-near-communistic ideas."
The Rest
This is where you can talk about any other political party within the US....
Other Forums
Other types of forums for all to agree or disagree in....
Income Tax
General discussion on income taxes....
Fast and Furious
ATF's Fast and Furious scandal a federal operation dubbed Fast and Furious allowed weapons from the U.S. to pass into the hands of suspected gun smugglers so the arms could be traced to the higher echelons of Mexican drug cartels.
Today's Freemasons are acutely curious about the meaning of the Craft in their lives. They want to understand more deeply the profound lessons of the ritual.
Global Warming
The official position of the World Natural Health Organization in regards to global warming is that there is NO GLOBAL WARMING! Global warming is nothing more than just another hoax, just like Y2K and the global freezing claims in the 1960's and 70's were.
Healthcare a.k.a. ObozoCrapCare
The ACA was enacted with the goals of increasing the quality and affordability of health insurance, lowering the uninsured rate by expanding public and private insurance coverage, and reducing the costs of healthcare for individuals and the government.
The Illuminati is a name given to several groups, both real and fictitious. Historically, the name usually refers to the Bavarian Illuminati, an Enlightenment-era secret society founded on May 1, 1776. The society's goals were to oppose superstition, obscurantism, religious influence over public life and abuses of state power. "The order of the day," they wrote in their general statutes, "is to put an end to the machinations of the purveyors of injustice, to control them without dominating them."
Knight Templars
The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon, commonly known as the Knights Templar, the Order of Solomon's Temple or simply as Templars, were among the wealthiest and most powerful of the Western Christian military orders and were prominent actors in Christian finance. The organisation existed for nearly two centuries during the Middle Ages.
Looney Lefties
Defining the loony left as bleeding-heart Progressive Democrats, anyone who opposes the established order is an enemy of the state.
Marxism is a worldview and method of societal analysis that focuses on class relations and societal conflict, that uses a materialist interpretation of historical development, and a dialectical view of social transformation.
Sharia Law
Sharia law is the body of Islamic law. The term means "way" or "path"; it is the legal framework within which the public and some private aspects of life are regulated for those living in a legal system based on Islam. Sharia deals with all aspects of day.
Socialism is a social and economic system characterized by social ownership of the means of production and cooperative management of the economy, as well as a political theory and movement that aims at the establishment of such a system.
Tea Party
The Tea Party movement is an American political movement known for its conservative positions and its role in the Republican Party (GOP It demands a reduction in the U.S. national debt and federal budget deficit by reducing government spending and tax.
The Antichrist
The Antichrist is a Christian concept based on interpretation of passages in the New Testament, in which the term "antichrist" occurs five times in 1 John and 2 John, once in plural form and four times in the singular.
UN Agenda 21
UN Agenda 21 is a non-binding, voluntarily implemented action plan of the United Nations with regard to sustainable development.
Union Crap
Opposition to trade unions comes from a variety of groups in society and there are many different types of argument on which this opposition is based.
Voter Fraud
How much voter fraud is there? Is it widespread? Who is it benefiting? What can be done about it? Why is everyone afraid of voter id?