About Charley Page

Never Stand In A Court Room Begging For Victims Rights!

Exercise Your 2nd Amendment Right, First! 

If We Cant Trust Someone With A Gun,

Should They Have A Drivers License?

Slave get your children to the child groping TSA line right now! And no back talk slave!

About Charley English

Fun   Conservative   Libertarian


I believe we need a government, we need a very limited federal government and a strong county or city government. We do not need a bunch of idiots in DC telling us where we can smoke and when we can salt our food. We need the government locally so we can ride horses to the office, drag the criminals out of the office and teach em a lesson from time to time!
 My home address is 1504 1/2 20th Ave N St Petersburg Fl 33704 . Grew up in Md until 02. Moved down to Tampa Florida, where I had gotten into the home building business and in 08 that did not end so well. By the Grace of God, I'm still alive and walking upright.
I am back in Florida as of Jan 15th. 2018. Getting everything in order to start building again.


 
I have carried a gun for approximately 25 years, sometimes in a not so friendly Socialist State Of Md. I have just recently really gotten active 2010 on the training side of things, because I really enjoy introducing folks to firearms and truly believe we are safer armed. Been teaching now since July 2010

I'm currently certified as a NRA Pistol Instructor #173262837, NRA Range Safety Officer,  as well as a Texas DPS Concealed Handgun License Instructor # 06026112 and a Maryland Qualified Instructor # QHIC-2016-0217
 

Sandy Hook and Public Policy

In the wake of the heart-rending massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, a cry has arisen for gun control. But such calls are misdirected. The lessons of Scriptures and history are clear that the key is controlling what is in one’s heart, not what is in one’s hand. As the great Daniel Webster reminded a crowd at the U. S. Capitol:
[T]he cultivation of the religious sentiment represses licentiousness . . . inspires respect for law and order, and gives strength to the whole social fabric. Whatever makes men good Christians, makes them good citizens.
The Founders understood that the inside was the most important focus, not the outside. This is why Thomas Jefferson believed the teachings of Jesus were so effective, explaining:
The precepts of philosophy, and of the Hebrew code, laid hold of actions only. He [Jesus] pushed his scrutinies into the heart of man, erected his tribunal in the region of his thoughts, and purified the waters at the fountain head.
While civil law prohibits murder, the Bible addresses it before it occurs—while it is still only a thought in the heart (see Matthew 5:22-28). As John Quincy Adams explained:
Human legislators can undertake only to prescribe the actions of men: they acknowledge their inability to govern and direct the sentiments of the heart. . . . It is one of the greatest marks of Divine favor . . . that the Legislator gave them rules not only of action but for the government of the heart.   
The Founders were clear that only the Scriptures provide effective “rules for the government of the heart” and thus help prevent the crimes which originate internally:
Love to God and love to man is the substance of religion; when these prevail, civil laws will have little to do. John Witherspoon, Signer of the Declaration
Without the restraints of religion and social worship, men become savages. Benjamin Rush, Signer of the Declaration
I have always said, and always will say, that the studious perusal of the Sacred Volume will make better citizens, better fathers, and better husbands. Thomas Jefferson, President, Signer of the Declaration
In vain, without the Bible, we increase penal laws and draw entrenchments around our institutions. Bibles are strong entrenchments. Where they abound, men cannot pursue wicked courses. James McHenry, Signer of the Constitution
Men, in a word, must necessarily be controlled either by a power within them or by a power without them; either by the Word of God or by the strong arm of man; either by the Bible or by the bayonet. Robert Winthrop, early Speaker of the U.S. House
So . . . if Congress and the media want to have a debate, let it be over what is put into the heart, not the hand – over returning instruction in moral and religious principles to schools and the public arena.