Rock Singer Who Played During Paris Terror Attack Just Revealed 1 Thing He Now Does Libs Will HATE

Jesse Hughes, lead singer of the band Eagles of Death Metal, has made some changes in his life since he, his band, and his audience was attacked by terrorists. The attack, which took place in November 2015 in Paris at the Bataclan Theater, killed 90 people when radical Islamic fundamentalists entered the Bataclan and opened fire on the unarmed crowd. It will not happen again to Hughes if he has anything to do about it. That’s because Hughes is now a card-carrying and firearm-carrying member of the NRA.

Hughes now says he never travels anywhere without his gun. “I don’t go anywhere in America without a gun anymore,” he said. “That sucks. And I’m not paranoid. I’m not a cowboy … but I wanna be prepared.”

The Eagles of Death Metal lead singer appears to see gun ownership as a matter purely of self-protection, as the events in Paris nearly cost him his life.

In an interview with The Guardian, Hughes said that in a world where guns exist, everyone must be able to protect themselves. “I think the only way that my mind has been changed is that maybe that until nobody has guns everybody has to have them,” he said. “Because I’ve never seen anyone that’s ever had one dead, and I want everyone to have access to them, and I saw people die that maybe could have lived.”

The attacks have not stopped the group from performing. The band recently played a gig in Stockholm and praised the reception they received with a Facebook post, “Thank you Stockholm for a warm EODM welcome back last night! Couldn’t have been better!!!”

They also went back to the scene of the atrocity, taking a band photo outside the Bataclan theater where memorial wreaths were laid in honor of those who lost their lives.

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The Eagles of Death Metal vow to be the first band to play at the Bataclan upon its reopening. Hughes promised to be there saying, “I take it as a very sacred duty. I feel we were elected by circumstances to represent this for good or bad. I take that as a responsibility I’m charged by God to do.”

Something Explosive From Marco Rubio’s Past Just Resurfaced, Conservatives Aren’t Going To Like It

In the campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, Sen. Marco Rubio tells crowds he is a strong supporter of the Second Amendment.

” … the Second Amendment is not an option. It is not a suggestion. It is a right,” he said during one GOP presidential debate.

But new information from Rubio’s past reveals this was not always so. Breitbart has posted minutes from the West Miami City Commission on March 3, 1999, in when then-Commissioner Rubio supported a resolution banning guns in parks.

The adopted resolution calls upon “members of the Florida Legislature to revise Section 790.06(12), Florida Statutes, and close the loophole by adding language to prohibit firearms in county or municipal parks, recreational facilities, or playgrounds, which are locations where children frequently congregate.” The resolution was approved unanimously.

The Rubio campaign did not reply to a request for comment from Breitbart.

The site also found some in Florida who were unhappy with Rubio’s position on gun issues. Back in 2009, in discussing Rubio’s U.S. Senate campaign, the Tampa Bay Times spoke with former NRA lobbyist Marion Hammer.

“He was a big disappointment to us when he was the speaker,” said Hammer, who did not think Rubio did enough to support a bill allowing employees to bring guns to work. “He talked the talk, but he didn’t walk the walk.”

Questions about Rubio’s position on guns have surfaced before. Last year, as Rubio was weighing whether to run for president, the Washington Examiner noted “Rubio hinted after the Sandy Hook school shooting that he might be open to stricter gun laws for convicted felons or the mentally ill, an idea that fizzled in Congress but sparked an uproar among gun-rights advocates.”

It also cited a Miami Herald report that Rubio supported “reasonable restrictions” on guns, including background checks and waiting periods.

h/t: Breitbart

Something Explosive From Marco Rubio’s Past Just Resurfaced, Conservatives Aren’t Going To Like It

In the campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, Sen. Marco Rubio tells crowds he is a strong supporter of the Second Amendment.

” … the Second Amendment is not an option. It is not a suggestion. It is a right,” he said during one GOP presidential debate.

But new information from Rubio’s past reveals this was not always so. Breitbart has posted minutes from the West Miami City Commission on March 3, 1999, in when then-Commissioner Rubio supported a resolution banning guns in parks.

The adopted resolution calls upon “members of the Florida Legislature to revise Section 790.06(12), Florida Statutes, and close the loophole by adding language to prohibit firearms in county or municipal parks, recreational facilities, or playgrounds, which are locations where children frequently congregate.” The resolution was approved unanimously.

The Rubio campaign did not reply to a request for comment from Breitbart.

The site also found some in Florida who were unhappy with Rubio’s position on gun issues. Back in 2009, in discussing Rubio’s U.S. Senate campaign, the Tampa Bay Times spoke with former NRA lobbyist Marion Hammer.

“He was a big disappointment to us when he was the speaker,” said Hammer, who did not think Rubio did enough to support a bill allowing employees to bring guns to work. “He talked the talk, but he didn’t walk the walk.”

Questions about Rubio’s position on guns have surfaced before. Last year, as Rubio was weighing whether to run for president, the Washington Examiner noted “Rubio hinted after the Sandy Hook school shooting that he might be open to stricter gun laws for convicted felons or the mentally ill, an idea that fizzled in Congress but sparked an uproar among gun-rights advocates.”

It also cited a Miami Herald report that Rubio supported “reasonable restrictions” on guns, including background checks and waiting periods.

h/t: Breitbart

Ted Nugent Just Shared Photo Of ‘Punks’ Who ‘Hate Freedom,’ 1 Thing About It Has People Wanting It Removed

Rocker Ted Nugent has doubled down on a Facebook rant against gun control in the wake of criticism from Jewish leaders and being called a “wacko” by the New York Daily News, which accused him of being anti-Semitic.

The firestorm began early Monday when Nugent posted a graphic to his Facebook page that included images of 12 Jewish leaders, all labeled with Israeli flags, beneath a headline that read “So who is really behind gun control?”

Those pictured included New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Democratic New York Sen. Chuck Schumer, all labeled in a derogatory manner, such as “Jew York City Mayor Mikey Bloomberg” and “Sen. Chucky boy Schumer.” Emanuel’s text reads: “Served in Israel’s army during Gulf war.” Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz and Democratic California Sens. Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein are also depicted.

Along with the graphic, which Jewish groups said had been used in the past by anti-Jewish groups, Nugent added his own message.

“Know these punks. They hate freedom, they hate good over evil, they would deny us the basic human right to self defense & to KEEP & BEAR ARMS while many of them have tax paid hired ARMED security! Know them well. Tell every1 you know how evil they are. Let us raise maximum hell to shut them down!” he wrote.

Know these punks. They hate freedom, they hate good over evil, they would deny us the basic human right to self defense …

Posted by Ted Nugent on Monday, February 8, 2016

Jewish groups responded to Nugent’s attack, calling for the post to come down.

“Ted Nugent has a long history of being an equal opportunity offender. But his latest share on Facebook, making the outrageous suggestion that Jews are behind gun control, is nothing short of conspiratorial anti-Semitism,” said Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan A. Greenblatt, who urged Nugent to take the down the post.

“Ted Nugent has every right to advocate against gun control laws. However he won’t be getting a free pass for his anti-Semitic bigotry,” said Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean of the Wiesenthal Center. “There are Jews on both sides of the gun control controversy and Nugent knows it. He owes our community an apology. He can start by removing the offensive graphic and if he won’t we urge Facebook to do it for him.”

Nugent was not retreating.

“Just when you hope that mankind couldnt possibly get any dumber or more dishonest, superFreaks rise to the occasion,” he posted late Monday night. “What sort of racist prejudiced POS could possibly not know that Jews for guncontrol are nazis in disguise? “NEVER AGAIN!” Anyone? Anyone??”

Just when you hope that mankind couldnt possibly get any dumber or more dishonest, superFreaks rise to the occasion….

Posted by Ted Nugent on Monday, February 8, 2016

“The founder of Jews For the Preservation of Firearms Ownership called me his 2nd Amendment/Freedom hero. The NEVER AGAIN battlecry was universally embraced by all good people who will make sure another Holocaust never happens again. Freaks have plummeted to whole new low. Plummet on punks. Plummet on. Meanwhile I adjust my yamika at my barmitzva playing my kosher guitar. My dad killed nazis & saved Jews in WWII. Eat me,” Nugent wrote.

h/t: Facebook

Exposed: School Massacre Would’ve Been WORSE If Not For What These Staff Members Did- Libs Want It Quiet…

Killers who invaded a school in Pakistan sparked a debate over whether teachers should be armed; but if what happened during this would-be massacre is any indication, the argument has been settled.

The incident occurred at the Bacha Khan University in Charsadda, Pakistan, on January 20. The university was attacked by a handful of machine gun-wielding Muslim extremists who apparently felt the university wasn’t sufficiently Muslim enough

Even as the gunmen were fighting Pakistani police and sill trying to kill teachers and students, university director Mohammad Shakil was able to have the police throw him a gun so that he could protect the 15 students hiding with him in a room of the building.

Shakil exchanged shots with the terrorists, and his ability to fight back likely kept the gunmen from getting any closer to where he and the students were holed up.

“We were hiding … but were unarmed,” Shakil told Reuters. “I was worried about the students, and then one of the militants came after us. After repeated requests, the police threw me a pistol and I fired some shots at the terrorists.”

Shakil wasn’t the only university employee who fired back. Reuters also reported that another armed teacher fired back at the militants. Chemistry professor Hamid Hussain had a pistol with him in his classroom; and when the militants got near the room, he returned fire, forcing the terrorists to turn elsewhere for easier targets.

Professor Hussain and some students hid in a washroom and got ready for death, but it was not to happen, fortunately. “They carried on heavy shooting,” Hussain said, “and I was preparing myself for death, but then they did not enter the washroom and left.”

Eventually, the school’s private security, local police, and army soldiers all worked together to kill all four militants. But the two teachers also helped keep the students in their charge safe.

Of course, the debate has erupted in Pakistan over whether it is proper for a teacher to walk around with a gun in the classroom; but the fact that the students in the care of Professor Hussain and the university president are still alive seems to attest to the efficacy of arming teachers.

Pakistan isn’t the only place where the topic of arming teachers is a hot discussion. Here in America, the question has fostered constant debate, especially after the 2012 attack at the Sandy Hook elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut.

Not long ago, for instance, NBC News reported that more American teachers every year are applying for concealed carry licenses–and schools are allowing them to carry in school.

One of the states to allow concealed carry in schools more recently is South Dakota. The Mount Rushmore State passed a law allowing teachers to carry guns on the job in March of 2013.

Several more states are trying to pass similar laws, including North Dakota, Colorado, and Wyoming.