Our Military is Under Attack… And We Are Next!

Posted by on October 29, 2013 at 9:12 pm. No comments

Obama-Gun-Control-2This is a post that is not yet about firearms, but it will be, given time. This is a post that should scare every American that reads it. This is a post that scares me to death in what it means. If you pay attention to the news you may have noticed that a large number of our military’s generals and commanders are being replaced for reasons that make no sense. Some say this is an effort to weaken our military by removing those in command with combat experience. Some say they are being removed because they would refuse to order those under their command to fire on American citizens. Whether any of this is indeed true or not, the article below should make you seriously think about what is going on… Read the article, discuss it with your friends, contact your representatives and be aware that there are some very scary things going on in our country and as citizens, we need to be very concerned.  Prepare for what is coming…


WASHINGTON – President Obama this year alone has fired some nine generals and flag officers, on top of at least four similar dismissals during his first term, suggesting that a purge may be the real reason behind the removals, which are being described as cases of personal misbehavior.

Retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely, an outspoken critic of the Obama administration, claims it is part of Obama’s strategy to reduce U.S. standing worldwide.

“Obama is intentionally weakening and gutting our military, Pentagon and reducing us as a superpower, and anyone in the ranks who disagrees or speaks out is being purged,” he charged.

Duty personnel seem to back up this concern, suggesting that the firings are meant to send a message to “young officers down through the ranks” not to criticize the president or White House politics.

“They are purging everyone, and if you want to keep your job, just keep your mouth shut,” one source said.

The military is looked upon as one of the last bastions of conservative ideas, even though under the Obama administration, it, too, has become a testing ground for social experimentation. The efforts include openly homosexual behavior and women in combat.

Three of the nine firings just this year were linked to the controversy surrounding the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. special mission in Benghazi, Libya.

In one case, U.S. Army Gen. Carter Ham, who commanded U.S. African Command when the consulate was attacked and four Americans were killed, was highly critical of the decision by the State Department not to send in reinforcements.

Obama has insisted there were no reinforcements in the area that night.

But Ham contends reinforcements could have been sent in time, and he said he never was given a stand-down order. However, others contend that he was given the order but defied it. He was immediately relieved of his command and retired.

Another flag officer involved in the Benghazi matter – which remains under congressional investigation – was Rear Adm. Charles Gaouette. He commanded the Carrier Strike Group.

He contends that aircraft could have been sent to Libya in time to help the Americans under fire. He later was removed from his post for alleged profanity and making “racially insensitive comments.”

Army Major Gen. Ralph Baker was the commander of the Joint Task Force-Horn at Camp Lamar in Djibouti, Africa. Baker contended that attack helicopters could have reached the consulate in time on the night of the attack.

He was relieved of his command by Ham for allegedly groping a civilian. However, there has been no assault or sexual misconduct charge filed against him with the military Judge Advocates General’s Office.

Six others were removed for a variety of alleged misconduct.

Army Brig. Gen. Bryan Roberts, who took command of Fort Jackson in 2011, was relieved of duty and fired for alleged adultery. While the charge remains in the United States Code of Military Justice, it has rarely been used since the days of President Bill Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky.

Roberts served in Iraq as commanding officer of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team. He was the deputy commanding general of the U.S. Army Recruiting Command at Fort Knox, Ky.

Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Gregg A. Sturdevant was director of Strategic Planning and Policy for the U.S. Pacific Command. He also was commander of the aviation wing at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan.

Sturdevant was a highly decorated Marine with two Naval and Marine Commendations, two Naval and Marine Good Conduct medals and the Air Medal with a gold star.

Sturdevant had complained about getting supplies to his command. Yet, he was one of two commanding officers fired from the military for alleged failure to use proper force protection at the camp after 15 Taliban fighters attacked the camp on Sep. 14, 2012, resulting in the deaths of two Marines.

Marine Corps Major Gen. Charles M. M. Gurganus was regional commander in the Southwest and I Marine Expeditionary Force in Afghanistan. Gurganus had received the Defense Superior Service Medal, two Legion of Merit with Valor and three Meritorious Service Commendations.

His indiscretion? Gurganus questioned having to use Afghan security patrols alongside American patrols after two of his officers were executed at their desk and a platoon was led into an ambush.

Army Lt. Gen. David Holmes Huntoon Jr. served as the 58th superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. While serving in Senior Planning and Education Services, he was “censored” for an investigation into an “improper relationship,” the Defense Department said. Yet, there was no mention on the nature of the improper relationship or whether an actual investigation ever took place.

Navy Vice Adm. Tim Giardina was deputy commander of U.S. Strategic Command. He had served as commander of Submarine Group Trident, Submarine Group 9 and 10 where every one of the 18 nuclear submarines with nuclear trident missiles of those three groups came under his command.

Among the commendations, Giardina earned six Legions of Merit, two Meritorious Service Medals and two Joint Service Commendation Medals. However, he was removed after coming under criminal investigation for the alleged use of counterfeit gambling chips while playing poker at a western Iowa casino.

Air Force Maj. Gen. Michael Carey was commander of the 20th Air Force in which he oversaw almost 10,000 people and 450 intercontinental ballistic missiles at three operational wings. He also served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.

He was fired earlier this month for “personal misbehavior,” although no one is saying what that misbehavior was. His dismissal, however, came within 48 hours after Giardina was dismissed.

During Obama’s first term, he also oversaw the firing of at least four other generals.

Army Gen. David Petraeus, who retired to become the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, was pressured to leave that position after only a few months following allegations of adultery.

Gen. John Allen was relieved of duty for “inappropriate communications” with a woman allegedly involved with Petraeus. However, he was promoted to head NATO, but decided to retire.

Gen. Stanley McCrystal was fired by Obama for alleged comments he made in a Rolling Stone magazine article.

Gen. David McKiernan was removed from his post while commander of the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan in 2009. He didn’t go along with a counterinsurgency strategy.

He was replaced by McCrystal who did comply. However, Petraeus, who replaced McCrystal, reversed his restrictions on air power. Petraeus then was replaced by Allen, who abandoned counterinsurgency and refocused on training Afghans toward an orderly pullout by U.S. and NATO forces from Afghanistan.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/10/obama-gutting-military-by-purging-generals/#jeje2Wd9ymcuu89S.99

Defending The Constitution

Posted by on September 14, 2013 at 10:59 pm. No comments

bill-of-rightsStewart Rhodes of Oath Keepers appeared on Coast to Coast AM on September 8th and discussed the Constitution and the attempts that are being made to destroy our liberties and our Constitution. This is a great listen and it is so important for us to begin to realize what is going on and what attempts are being made to destroy our republic. From Coast to Coast AM…

Joining John B. Wells, Stewart Rhodes, founder and President of Oath Keepers, argued that there’s a relentless campaign going on to centralize power, militarize the police, and strip power out of the hands of average citizens. This kind of situation sets people up for a dictatorship, such as seen in Stalinist Russia and Nazi Germany, he remarked. Rhodes believes that economic collapse and the ensuing chaos will be used to accelerate the centralizing of power, and the scrapping of the US Constitution.

His organization, the Oath Keepers, works with military veterans, law enforcement, and first responders to remind them of their oaths to defend the Constitution, and not “just follow orders” that go against the people. Their mission also includes training these veterans and officers to become community leaders, to be able to step in during a crisis, and not just wait for FEMA to belatedly offer help. It’s critical that people get involved with their own community, such as participating in a Neighborhood Watch, and learning what skills their various neighbors have, he suggested, adding that it’s also important to understand the logistics of communications, clean water, and power on the local level.

The real war going on is the elites versus the free people of the world, whom they seek to usher into a police state, Rhodes stated. The American people have to get back to their independence, starting with self-sufficiency and food reserves, yet the survivalist approach of working in isolation isn’t going to work, he commented. We have to think in terms of community, he said, such as a local VFW forming its own battalion.

The video below is the complete show including the first hour of the show discussing Syria. Enjoy the video and happy shooting!


How Did You Spend Labor Day?

Posted by on September 2, 2013 at 8:37 pm. No comments

IMG_0002Happy Labor Day from the Shadow Wolves Society! My question to you is how did you spend your Labor Day? With family and friends I hope. We camped out, shot bows, shot guns and blew things up! I was lucky enough to be able to help instruct many young boys and girls how to properly handle a bow and arrow. I was also able to help a good number of people shoot safely for the first time. In a nut shell, we had a fantastic weekend. Without a doubt the most fun we had was blowing up a 1lb tub of tannerite. Enjoy the video below and happy shooting!



Commiefornia Is At It Again

Posted by on August 12, 2013 at 8:36 pm. No comments

Better than gold!Today I was shooting at one of our local ranges with some friends from California. While shooting we discussed the difference between Michigan and California as it pertains to our 2nd Amendment rights. My friend commented that back in the day when he was ‘allowed’ to purchase his .45 Sig, he figured that practicing with it would be no problem. Seems not to be the case as time has gone on. Commiefornia has continued to attack the Constitution and the citizens of the state by stepping on the rights and freedoms of responsible gun owners. I often wonder when the citizens of our far west state will finally stand up and take back what is guaranteed them by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. This has not happened yet. In fact, Commiefornia has now introduced legislation that will tighten restrictions on ammo purchases. And even more restrictive gun laws are in the works. Gun laws will never affect the criminal, because by definition a criminal will not obey the laws. This seems to be lost on those in office. Read the article below from San Jose Mercury News and take a stand to make sure this does not happen in your state.

Gun-control bills could push California to top of firearm-restriction list

SACRAMENTO — With summer recess behind them and the legislative session’s five-week homestretch ahead, state lawmakers face a fusillade of gun-control bills that could move California far beyond what any other state has enacted — including proposals to ban a wide range of semi-automatic rifles and impose strict new regulations on ammunition.

And what happens in Sacramento might not stay in Sacramento. With their agenda stalled in Congress, gun-control advocates hope California can break the inertia and reignite the national debate that erupted after a gunman killed 20 children and six adults at a Newtown, Conn., elementary school in December.

“When we see movement on the California bills and the sort of tenacity that you had post-Newtown, it makes it really hard for the gun lobby to say the momentum has gone away. And it’s certainly something Congress pays attention to,” said Kristen Rand, legislative director at the Violence Policy Center in Washington, D.C. “You can’t underestimate how important it is for Congress to see movement in the states, especially big states like California.”

Nonsense, gun-rights supporters say.

“While they may try to reignite their lost momentum, I don’t think anything California does is going to affect what Washington does,” said Larry Keane, senior vice president and general counsel for the National Shooting Sports Foundation, a firearms trade group coincidentally based in Newtown. “We constantly see a barrage of anti-gun, anti-industry legislation being introduced in California, far more than in any other state.”

The state Senate Appropriations Committee on Monday will hear bills already passed by the Assembly that would create a state database of all ammunition purchases, make it a crime to have a gun that’s not locked up when not being carried, and extend the time for which someone is banned from owning firearms after making a violent threat.

The next day, the Assembly

Public Safety Committee will hear bills already passed by the state Senate that would ban all semi-automatic rifles with detachable magazines, make it a crime to leave a gun unlocked when you’re out of the house and require those who own high-capacity magazines to get rid of them.

And while a few bills — such as a 10 percent tax on ammunition and a ban on using lead ammunition for hunting — now seem less likely to advance, many others are waiting to be heard in coming weeks. So gun control will be at the fore even as lawmakers grapple with about 1,000 bills on such subjects as health care reform, fracking and environmental regulations.

“We’re going to be open to amendments and suggestions from the administration and the Assembly, but we think we’ve hit the sweet spot in a lot of these areas,” state Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg told this newspaper.

“I don’t have any illusion that whatever any state does, even California, will have an impact on the intransigence on Capitol Hill around some of these issues,” but that’s no reason to stand down, he said. “We ought to do everything we can to protect the people of our state from some of these horrible things that have happened.”

Assembly Speaker John Perez said last week he was struck by gun advocates’ recent claims that a huge increase in gun ownership over recent decades — and not California’s increasingly strict gun laws — contributed to a decrease in gun crimes.

“That means California can continue to have very strict gun-control laws and not infringe on people’s individual rights to purchase guns,” said Perez, D-Los Angeles. “I’m also a gun owner, and so I’m always very thoughtful about how you balance safety concerns and the law-enforcement concerns of gun control with the individual rights of gun owners.”

The gun issue has been put on the back burner in Congress since April, when the Senate rejected a bipartisan plan to require background checks for firearms sold at gun shows and online. But a spokeswoman for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., recently said it’s “almost certain” Congress will take up background checks again in 2014.

“States aren’t waiting for Congress to act, however,” said Juliet Leftwich, legal director at the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence. “They’re standing up to the gun lobby, and they’re responding to the public’s call for common-sense gun laws.”

Her San Francisco-based group has answered lawmakers’ and activists’ requests for aid in 25 states this year, she said. And in the absence of uniform national laws “it’s really important that states step up and do what they can,” she added. “Hopefully action at the state level will help create momentum for meaningful federal action.”

Even by the standards of California — which for decades had the nation’s strictest gun laws, until New York leapfrogged ahead after the Newtown massacre — the sheer number of pending gun bills is staggering, Leftwich said.

Chuck Michel, an attorney for the California Rifle and Pistol Association, said he isn’t surprised. California lawmakers, he said, have pursued “civilian disarmament” for years, and “this year’s extremist legislative package proves that the threat of the slippery slope is all too real.”

“None of the proposed bills will truly reduce the misuse of firearms by violent criminals or the mentally ill,” Michel said. “Although politicians coached by the gun-ban lobby have practiced the emotionally appealing anti-gun sound bite, sound social policy is not effectuated by knee-jerk emotional reactions like these.”

However hot the Legislature’s debate, which bills become law ultimately depends on Gov. Jerry Brown, who won’t comment on bills before they reach his desk and has been an enigma on gun control.

He already has signed one of state Senate Democrats’ top firearm priorities this year: a law diverting surplus money from background-check fees to beef up the Armed Prohibited Persons System that’s used to find and seize guns from felons and the mentally ill. He also signed into law a 2011 bill extending the state’s registration requirements for handguns and assault weapons to all long guns starting in 2014. And he signed a 2011 ban on the “open carry” of unloaded handguns, as well as a 2012 bill extending that ban to long guns.

But Brown, himself a gun owner, delighted the gun lobby by vetoing a 2012 bill that would have made it a crime to fail to report a firearm’s theft or loss to police within 48 hours. He wasn’t convinced it would help catch gun traffickers or disarm criminals.

As attorney general, Brown in 2009 even filed a brief siding with the National Rifle Association in a U.S. Supreme Court case challenging Chicago’s handgun ban, expressing concern that “California citizens could be deprived of the constitutional right to possess handguns in their homes.”

That’s cause for hope, Keane said.

“The governor in the past has demonstrated independence,” he said. “He is not reflexively anti-gun and will listen to sound policy arguments.”

Josh Richman covers politics. Contact him at 510-208-6428. Follow him at Twitter.com/josh_richman. Read the Political Blotter at IBAbuzz.com/politics.

Where gun bills stand

Senate Bill 374 by state Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg, D-Sacramento, bans all semi-automatic rifles with detachable magazines and retroactively requires ownership records for all guns. It passed the state Senate 23-15 on May 29 and will be heard Tuesday by the Assembly Public Safety Committee.
Senate Bill 53 by state Sen. Kevin de Leon, D-Los Angeles, requires a background check for all ammunition purchases and licenses for all sellers. It passed the state Senate 23-15 on May 29 and is now pending in the Assembly Appropriations Committee.
Senate Bill 47 by state Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, prohibits so-called bullet buttons and other devices used to circumvent the state’s assault-weapons ban and allow fast reloading. It passed the state Senate 23-15 on May 29 and is to be heard Tuesday by the Assembly Public Safety.
Senate Bill 396 by state Sen. Loni Hancock, D-Berkeley, outlaws magazines holding more than 10 rounds, even those that were grandfathered in under the state’s assault-weapons law. It passed the state Senate 25-14 on May 29 and is to be heard Tuesday by the Assembly Public Safety.
Assembly Bill 48 by Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, creates a state database to track all ammo purchases and makes it illegal to build your own high-capacity magazines. It passed the Assembly 46-26 on May 29 and is to be heard Monday by Senate Appropriations.
Assembly Bill 187 by Assemblymen Rob Bonta, D-Oakland, and Roger Dickinson, D-Sacramento, levies 10 percent tax on all ammo to benefit crime-prevention and mental-health services for children. It is languishing in Assembly Appropriations’ suspense file.
Assembly Bill 711 by Assemblyman Anthony Rendon, D-South Gate, would ban use of lead ammunition by California hunters. It passed the Assembly 44-21 on May 16 and is now languishing in state Senate Appropriations’ suspense file.

A Navy Seal Says It All!

Posted by on July 27, 2013 at 9:46 am. No comments

guncontrolworks2From NRA News comes former Navy Seal Dom Raso. His video about being prepared says it all. Arm up Americans. It is your Constitutional right to do so. Remember, an unused right will soon be taken away… Enjoy the video and happy shooting.

Look out Connecticut… The People Are Fighting Back!

Posted by on July 9, 2013 at 8:37 pm. No comments

NSSF-LogoEver since the tragic shooting in Connecticut where 26 children and adults were murdered by a madman, those individuals who would like to rob you of your freedoms and liberties granted by the Constitution and Bill of Rights have been hard at work. Right up at the top of the list is the government of Connecticut led by Governor Dannel Malloy, a man who has no concept of the rule of law in the United States. The National Shooting Sports Foundation has stepped up the fight against Connecticut. Read below and happy shooting!


(Reuters) – A national trade association for the firearms industry filed a lawsuit against Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy and others on Monday, seeking to reverse a tough gun-control law passed in the wake of the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), which is headquartered in Newtown, Connecticut, just three miles from the school where a gunman in December killed 26 first-graders and staff, filed the lawsuit in federal court in Connecticut.

The shooting revived a national debate on gun control and resulted in some of the most stringent gun-control laws in the country in northeastern states like Connecticut and New York. Other states doubled down on their opposition to new curbs on gun ownership.

Malloy signed one of the nation’s strictest gun-control bills into law on April 4, the day after it was approved by both the state Senate and House of Representatives. The law bans the sale of more than 100 types of military-style rifles, penalizes gun owners who don’t register with the state police by Jan. 1, and limits large-capacity magazines to 10 bullets.

In the lawsuit, the NSSF accused Malloy and Connecticut lawmakers of abusing their power to quickly push through legislation and said the law should be declared invalid. Gun advocates are seeking an injunction to stop its enforcement.

“This is an action to vindicate the rights of the citizens of Connecticut whose federal and state constitutional rights have been adversely affected and significantly restricted by the passage of (the bill) through an abuse of the ’emergency certification’ procedure, circumvention of the normal legislative process, and violation of Connecticut statutory law,” the lawsuit states.

The new law violates NSSF members’ rights to bear arms as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and Article I, Section 15 of the Connecticut Constitution, the lawsuit said.

The NSSF includes about 9,500 members, including firearms manufacturers, distributors, retailers, shooting ranges, and sportsmen’s clubs. Several gun manufacturers are based on Connecticut.

State officials said they are confident the law will be upheld.

“We’ve known for some time that groups opposed to the new gun violence-prevention law would be filing suit against it,” said Malloy’s spokesman Andrew Doba.

“We believe the bill improves public safety, and we will work with the Attorney General’s office to defend it,” he said. “Let’s not forget that this has happened before. In prior instances where Connecticut has passed common sense restrictions on firearms, there have been challenges. They have all been unsuccessful.”

In addition to Malloy, the lawsuit names J. Brendan Sharkey, speaker of the House, Donald Williams Jr., president pro tempore of the Senate, and State Attorney General George Jepsen. (Editing by Edith Honan; Editing by Philip Barbara)

Why I Think California Needs To Sink Into The Ocean

Posted by on July 9, 2013 at 8:26 pm. No comments

Bill Of RightsCalifornia… Home of anti-Constitutionalists and the ignorant. A state that keeps taking and taking the freedoms and liberties of it’s people. After watching the video below, I am at a total loss for words. Many of us have joked about the benefits of the Communist State Of California breaking off the greater United States and sinking into the ocean. This video reinforces the benefits of just that happening . I am amazed how blind many of my fellow Americans can be. Watch the video below and hopefully you can keep the contents of your stomach…



Memorial Day 2013

Posted by on May 27, 2013 at 11:44 am. No comments

US-Armed-Forces3A special thanks from Shadow Wolves Society to all who have served our country in the armed forces. You are what makes America great. Thank you for your service. To all who have lost loved ones in service to our great country… thank you as well. The service of our men and women in our armed forces has given us the right to keep and bear arms. Whether it is Memorial day or not, thank one if you see one.

From an email that my Uncle Joe forwarded to me…

As I came out of the supermarket that sunny day, pushing my

cart of groceries towards my car, I saw an old man with the

hood of his car up and a lady sitting inside the car, with the

door open. The old man was looking at the engine. I put my

groceries away in my car, and continued to watch the old

gentleman from about twenty five feet away.

I saw a young man in his early twenties with a grocery bag in

his arm walking towards the old man. The old gentleman saw

him coming too, and took a few steps towards him.

I saw the old gentleman point to his open hood and say something.

The young man put his grocery bag into what looked like a brand

new Cadillac Escalade. He then turned back to the old man. I

heard him yell at the old gentleman saying: ‘You shouldn’t even

be allowed to drive a car at your age.’ And then with a wave of his

hand, he got in his car and peeled rubber out of the parking lot.

I saw the old gentleman pull out his handkerchief, and mop his brow

as he went back to his car and again looked at the engine.  He then

went to his wife and spoke with her; he appeared to tell her it would

be okay. I had seen enough, and I approached the old man. He saw

me coming and stood straight, and as I got near him I said, ‘Looks

like you’re having a problem.’

He smiled sheepishly, and quietly nodded his head.  I looked under

the hood myself, and knew that whatever the problem was, it was

beyond me. Looking around, I saw a gas station up the road, and

I told the old man that I would be right back.  I drove to the station

and went inside. I saw three attendants working on cars. I approached

one of them, and related the problem the old man had with his car.

I offered to pay them if they could follow me back down and help him.

The old man had pushed the heavy car under the shade of a tree and

appeared to be comforting his wife. When he saw us he straightened

up and thanked me for my help. As the mechanics diagnosed the

problem (overheated engine), I spoke with the old gentleman.

When I shook hands with him earlier, he had noticed my Marine

Corps ring and had commented about it, telling me that he had been

a Marine too. I nodded and asked the usual question, ‘What outfit

did you serve with?’

He said that he served with the first Marine Division at Guadalcanal ,

Pelieliu, and Okinawa .  He had hit three of the worst ones, and retired

from the Corps after the war was over. As we talked we heard the car

engine come on and saw the mechanics lower the hood. They came

over to us as the old man reached for his wallet, but was stopped by

me. I told him I would just put the bill on my AAA card.

He still reached for the wallet and handed me a card that I assumed

had his name and address on it, and I stuck it in my pocket. We all

shook hands all around again, and I said my goodbye’s to his wife.

I then told the two mechanics that I would follow them back up to the

station. Once at the station, I told them that they had interrupted

their own jobs to come along with me and help the old man. I said I

wanted to pay for the help, but they refused to charge me.  One of

them pulled out a card from his pocket, looking exactly like the card

the old man had given to me. Both of the men told me then that they

were Marine Corps Reserves. Once again we shook hands all around

and as I was leaving, one of them told me I should look at the card the

old man had given to me. I said I would and drove off.

For some reason I had gone about two blocks, when I pulled over and

took the card out of my pocket and looked at it for a long, long time.

The name of the old gentleman was on the card in golden leaf and

under his name was written: ‘Congressional Medal of Honor Society.’

I sat there motionless, looking at the card and reading it over and over.

I looked up from the card and smiled to no one but myself and marveled

that on this day, four Marines had all come together because one of us

needed help. He was an old man all right, but it felt good to have stood

next to greatness and courage, and an honor to have been in his presence.


Remember, as we approach another Memorial Day, OLD men like

him gave you, and all of us, FREEDOM for America .


Thanks to those who served and still serve, and to all of those who

supported them, and who continue to support them.

America is not at war. The U.S. Military is at war. America is at the



If you don’t stand behind our troops, PLEASE feel free to stand in

front of them! Remember, Freedom isn’t Free. Thousands have paid

the price, so that you can enjoy what you have today.







Joe Biden Says Go Buy A Shotgun…

Posted by on April 9, 2013 at 8:17 pm. No comments
Alpha Wolf

mossbergThis bit of news was out there sometime ago, however after I stumbled across the videos below, I thought it a great idea to share them on ShadowWolvesSociety. Funny stuff! Enjoy the videos and Joe… you might want to become a little more educated in matters you do not understand before sharing with the world. Happy shooting!




BB Rifles Will Get Your Kids Arrested!

Posted by on April 7, 2013 at 6:58 pm. No comments
Alpha Wolf

DaisyAh, the  BB rifle. A favorite toy of the majority of American boys and the bane of squirrels everywhere. Also, a great method of training your child the ins and outs of firearm safety. Leave it to our screwed up government to attempt to press charges against a 7 year old boy on felony charges of discharging a firearm when he fired his BB rifle and accidentally hit a passing vehicle. While the child needed discipline, I think felony charges may have been too much. Read the article below from FoxNew Radio and Todd Starnes, post a comment and happy shooting!


7-year-old Nabbed on Felony BB Gun Charges
By Todd Starnes

Sam Grant nearly celebrated his eighth birthday party in jail.

The North Carolina boy had been charged with two felony counts of discharging his BB gun.

The parents of a then-seven-year-old North Carolina boy are beyond angry after their son was charged with two felony counts of possessing a BB gun. Just moments before the child was expected to answer to the allegations before a Catawba County judge — the charges were dropped.

Sam’s parents, Ray and Cherry Robbins told Fox News they are both relieved and angry over what happened to their son.

“They considered his BB gun a firearm,” Ray said. “”It’s not a firearm. It’s a BB gun.”

The trouble started last month when Sam was in the backyard of their rural home shooting his BB gun. His mother stepped inside to put dinner in the oven – telling the boy not to run off.

But Sam’s curiosity got the best of him — and he scampered out of the backyard – and fired his BB gun at an abandoned house across the street. In doing so, he accidentally hit a passing car.

Cherry immediately call the sheriff’s department and offered to pay for the damage to the car. The deputy sheriff took a report but said he wasn’t going to press charges and neither was the driver.

Instead, Sam’s parents took responsibility, paid for the damages and administered parental justice.

Sam got punished. They took away his BB gun and made him do community service at their local church.

“We wanted to teach him responsibility so he’s been cleaning up around the church and polishing pews to repay the $350 it cost to repair the car,” Robbins told Fox News.

But their world got rocked when the received a letter from the Department of Juvenile Justice summoning the family to court.

“They told us that they considered it to be a violent felony — discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle,” Robbins said. “It was crazy. We completely disagreed with the charges.”

Their son – was now facing the prospect of a year on probation, hundreds of hours of community service and a criminal record.

“We couldn’t imagine Sam standing in front of the court — as a judge read him the charges,” he said. “How is he supposed to understand that? He’s eight years old.”

The day before his court appearance, Sam celebrated his birthday — but there wasn’t much to celebrate.

“That night he was shaking – he was so cared he was shaking,” Robbins said. “He didn’t know what going to court meant but he knew that it was serious.”

The following day, they showed up for Sam’s hearing. But their court-appointed lawyer ushered the family into a room and told them the charges had been dropped.

“I really feel like it was a political thing,” he said. “It’s election season in our county and they didn’t have anything better to do than charge an eight-year-old boy. They got the anti-gun people revved up.”

Robbins said his son is a good boy who made a bad mistake.

“My wife and I were just completely torn up over the whole thing,” he said. “My son — he didn’t understand the severity of the charge but he understood the severity of what he did.”

And he was especially angry at local officials.

“It was infuriating what they wanted to do to that child,” he said. “This whole gun control thing is just nuts. For them to use a minor child — to prove a point and make an example — for certain groups — is just crazy.”

Life around the Robbins house is slowly returning to normal — but it’s going to be quite some time before Sam gets to shoot his BB gun.

“He’s got to earn that privilege,” Robbins told Fox News.

In the meantime — father and son are spending the weekend fishing.