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    06/01/2013 8:51:01 AM PDT · by marktwain · 36 replies ^ | 1 June, 2013 | NA
    This book is a must-read for anyone interested in the Second Amendment, and the type of crap that may be or is going on in this country. While fictional, this book nails it on the loss of our freedoms and the sentiments of many pro-2A folks out there. This book has been out of print for a long time, and to score a copy one would have to spend $70 or more on eBay or Amazon. For now, that’s over. Buy direct from John Ross’ website. By the way, I’m not getting paid for this plug. I read the book...
  • History repeats itself, and this time, we are the NATIVES! Who is Cesar Conda?

    04/13/2013 12:55:35 PM PDT · by AuntB · 71 replies
    TheTownCrier ^ | April 13, 2013 | TheTownCrier
    A few years ago, I wrote a book, "Jesus Wept" an American Story. The story, in part, was about Cherokee Chief John Ross, a 1/8th Cherokee blood, white, blue eyed greedy tyrant. The more time goes on, the more he reminds me of Barak Obama. He was put in power by Major Ridge and some other realistic Cherokees, who thought the tribe, which functioned under a constitutional government, would fare better in Washington DC if represented by Ross who would be identified more with the white leaders. And for a time, that seemed to work. Until Ross got the taste...
  • The Unintended Consequences of Gun Control

    12/26/2012 12:38:40 PM PST · by Perseverando · 63 replies
    American Thinker ^ | December 22, 2012 | Cameron Reddy
    In 1996, John Ross penned what has become a classic story of what might happen when the federal government oversteps its bounds and clamps down too hard on guns in the hands of law-abiding Americans. So chilling is the story, so graphic in its descriptions of how some Americans might fight back, that Mr. Ross and his wife were hounded and intimidated by federal authorities. Yet the title of his novel speaks loudly about what the gun-grabbers can expect when they legislate from emotion rather than fact. There, in Unintended Consequences, many of them lost their fictional lives. Here, in...
  • A short review of the book Unintended Consequences

    10/02/2012 5:21:41 AM PDT · by marktwain · 22 replies ^ | 1 October, 2012 | Thomas The Tinker
    A short review of the book “Unintended Consequences” by John Ross, c/r. 1995 Accurate Press. 861 pages. ( Note: This posting is in no way in fact, inferred, or implied to be a submission in MD’s contest! ) This tome came with a dust cover depicting a swat clad fella man… handeling Lady Liberty… the poor lady was in the midst of a wordrobe malfuncition. Rather tacky dust ‘cover’ on this book. But I would be the last to judge a book by… a tacky dust cover, so I threw it out and took a dive into this one. What...
  • The disarming of America (mega-barf, fascism is here)

    04/27/2007 3:47:48 AM PDT · by atomic conspiracy · 193 replies · 4,661+ views
    The Toledo Blade ^ | 4-95-07 | Dan Simpson
    Now, how would one disarm the American population? First of all, federal or state laws would need to make it a crime punishable by a $1,000 fine and one year in prison per weapon to possess a firearm...... The disarmament process would begin after the initial three-month amnesty...... Special squads of police would be formed and trained to carry out the work. Then, on a random basis to permit no advance warning, city blocks and stretches of suburban and rural areas would be cordoned off and searches carried out in every business, dwelling, and empty building. All firearms would be...
  • John Ross reviews Freeper Travis McGee's "Enemies Foreign and Domestic"!

    01/16/2004 6:51:55 AM PST · by Jeff Head · 259 replies · 3,293+ views
    Official EFAD Site ^ | January 15, 2004 | John Ross
    John Ross, Author of, "UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES", reviews Matt Bracken's "Enemies Foreign and Domestic" I have several complaints about most thriller novelists. First, their protagonists are too often 100% virtuous with no humanizing flaws. Second, the protagonists let their enemies live when you KNOW the bad guys are going to come back and murder their kids etc. Third, everything the government does (hi-tech weapons, military & police tactics, criminal investigations, etc.) functions flawlessly. Fourth, too many stories have all the brilliant thinking and brave actions done by government employees (Special Forces, policemen, Intelligence operatives, etc.) Lastly, some novels have a...
  • John Ross’ Speech

    06/16/2003 7:57:33 AM PDT · by ezo4 · 67 replies · 15,007+ views
    John Ross’ SpeechThroughout the country, people are talking about the horrendous gun bans in Canada, Great Britain, and Australia.  “It’s inevitable, America is next, we’re doomed,” is the message.  It’s easy to be a doomsayer.  If you’re wrong, no one minds.  One of the riskiest things you can do is to say that things are good.I don’t want to trivialize the serious implications of these human rights violations in other countries and our own, but it’s time to say out loud something that’s been absent from the discussion.IN MANY WAYS, THINGS ARE BETTER FOR US [GUN OWNERS] NOW THAN...