H/T Free Republic
National reciprocity for concealed carry passed the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday is expected to receive a floor vote before the end of the year.
The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 was introduced by Rep. Richard Hudson (R-NC) on January 3, 2017. It changes federal law that so concealed carry permits are treated like driver’s licenses, making a permit from one state valid in the other 49. This would fix the complicated and often confusing patchwork of concealed carry laws currently in effect throughout the country.
To put it simply, Hudson’s bill allows the common man to defend himself and his family as he travels throughout this country.
On November 28 Breitbart News reported that Hudson’s legislation was scheduled for a markup in the House Judiciary Committee and the markup would serve as the last stop before a floor vote.
(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com …
Very correct, and accurate use of technical terminology “asshole”, because that is exactly what they were, but elected officials refuse to understand that. Constitutional Carry, is, the ONLY answer.
I had a discussion online with an old acquaintance from high school a short while back. It was shortly after a mass shooting event happened, and the discussion centered around what could be done to prevent or at least mitigate such occurrences in the future. Somehow he was under the mistaken belief that stronger laws would have prevented the tragedy, and had gone so far as to call out a political representative for being supported by the NRA, as though the NRA was in some way complicit. Nevermind the fact that the perpetrator violated countless laws already. He asked me what I thought was the best solution and I told him my answer; get rid of gun free zones, and let armed self defenders, be armed. His reply was “oh, so your answer is the mythical good guy with a gun.” Mythical? I need to explain why the “good guy…
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Sierra Bullets is proud to announce another addition to our popular Tipped MatchKing® line. In 2014, Sierra Bullets crowned the MatchKing® with an acetal resin tip that lowers the drag by improving the ballistic coefficient. We continue to expand this extremely popular line by adding another 6.5mm option in 107 gr.
While they are recognized around the world for record-setting accuracy, MatchKing® and Tipped MatchKing® bullets are not recommended for most hunting applications. Although MatchKing® and Tipped MatchKing® bullets are commonly used for varmint hunting, their design will not provide the same reliable explosive expansion at equivalent velocities on varmints compared to their lightly jacketed Hornet, BlitzKing®, or Varminter counterparts.
The new 6.5mm 107 grain Tipped MatchKing® bullets will be available in boxes of 500 bullets (#7407C) with a suggested retail of $205.07 per box and boxes of 100 bullet (#7407) with…
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Muzzle engraving: I wanted over the top, “GAME OVER”; And on the bottom, “ASSHOLE”.
The article uses the word “teens” to describe the four punks.
Surely by now you know what it means when “media” uses the word “teens”…
HOUSTON – A homeowner and Marine fought back after four teenagers tried to rob him at gunpoint, deputies said.
The four males walked up to the home in the 1800 block of Remington Springs Drive in northeast Harris County around 10:30 p.m. on Friday, deputies said. The homeowner was standing in the driveway with his garage door open when the teens ambushed him and held him at gunpoint, deputies said.
“One came alongside, through here, and next thing I knew I had a gun to the back of my head,” homeowner Alexander Borrego said. “They told me to get up, so, I stood up. My garage door was open so, my main concern was my family at that point.”
His wife and children were inside the house.
“I had my pistol in the front pouch of my hoodie,”…
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Muzzle direction is the primary safety. Always has been and always will be.
What’s so sad is how many different recent incidents the search string ‘son accidentally shoots father‘ brings up. Both fathers and sons are on the receiving end.
Firearms are relentlessly unforgiving of the slightest lapse in attention or knowledge of their manuals of arms. The details of this incident aren’t stated but they’re almost irrelevant. Does anyone think that poor boy will ever have a well adjusted life? I doubt it. Who’s fault is that? Certainly not the boy’s.
Just because a person “has been around guns all my life” doesn’t mean they know anything about them. All that frequently parrotted phrase means is that the person has beaten the odds so far. Don’t be ‘that guy.’ It’s not a hair…
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Walk With God
This was an OK week in my walk with God. I prepared for and taught Sunday School this week and then we went to church. I didn’t go to the Wednesday night men’s study because it was not held this week due to Thanksgiving. I spent a good amount of time in prayer this week and I think it is really helping. I think I am starting to see some direction and paths God would like me to take.
Our annual family hunting trip is coming up in a few weeks and so I made some time to get to the range and spend some time practicing with the rifle I plan to hunt with this year.
I did better than I thought I would but I am still not as accurate as I would like to be so I…
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In Egypt, people must have a permit to own a limited selection of firearms, which include “smooth-barrel guns, pistols, and shotguns.”
“Smooth-barrel guns” are shotguns or muskets; they are not semi-automatic rifles like an AR-15, which would also be prohibited in Egypt. (Source)
The media refuses to report this because it destroys their gun-control narrative as it proves that anyone who is determined to commit mass murder will find the means to do so.
H/T Second Amendment Right.org
Ah yes, the good old reliable Russian AK-47 is used to commit murder and mayhem once again.
So much for gun control laws.
“When the people were fleeing the mosque attackers shot them with automatic rifles.”
Islamic terrorists ruthlessly murdered at least 235 Egyptians at a mosque on Friday when they detonated a bomb which forced mosque-goers to run outside where the terrorists…
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If they’re stupid enough to turn in their guns, then they were too stupid to have them, in the first place.
The Office for National Statistics found a 27 percent increase in crimes involving firearms during its most recent review of crime data. Despite a near ban on the civilian ownership of handguns the review found crimes committed with handguns increased by 25 percent and accounted for the majority of gun crimes. The agency said the increases in 2016 were part of a multiyear trend.
By Jim Campbell
November 25, 2017
Have you taken the time to thank God for the warrior?
Yes I’m writing about the men and women thousands of miles away from their homes, wives, children and extended families.
Please remember to keep them in your prayers.
I’ve put together some special videos to remind you just how trained they are.
Please enjoy, J.C.
The U.S. ARMY
Without them doing their duty which most voluntarily signed up to complete our country would be in a bigger world of hurt.
Marines carrying their wounded.
United States Navy Seals
A special song for his girlfriend.
All of that, requires something else: CONSTITUTIONAL CARRY.
Many preppers spend much time and money preparing for extreme problems such as SHTF or even TEOTWAWKI. They sometimes forget that prepping is as much involved in day-to-day survival as the extreme catastrophes. Most of us spend a considerable amount of time in our autos, but many people fail to have a proper emergency kit in them. Survival Hax makes a good basic roadside emergency kit to get you started.
When I received my example from Survival Hax, I opened it up and laid out the contents. Here is what comes in it.
- Bungee Cords x 3
- Jumper Cables x 1
- Cable Ties x 15
- PVC Tape x 1
- Flashlight x 1
- Fire Starter Flint x 1
- Long Candle x 1
- Gloves with grippers x 1
- 9 in 1 Multitool x 1
- Tire Pressure Guage x 1
- Reflective Safety Vest x 1
- Light Sticks x 2
- 8″ Crescent Wrench x…
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#Mì Vịt Tiềm, #han the, #Roast Duck, #Noodle Soup, #Papaya, #borax, #monosodium gluamate.
Herbal Noodle Soup of Stewed, Roasted Duck (Mì Vịt Tiềm) originated from Cantonese or Hakka recipes. It is a delicious, tasty, nutritious, slightly odoured dish and is well liked in Saigon. It is of higher price than orher dishes of ordinary noodle soups.
(Mì=Noodle Soup, Vịt=Duck, Tiềm=Stewed, Slow cooked)
1. Herbal noodle soup of stewed, roasted duck.
Figure: Herbal Noodle with Stewed, Roasted Duck (Mì Vịt Tiềm)in 300 ml bowl.
Herbal Noodle Soup of Roated Duck (Mì Vịt Tiềm) is usually served wirh 2 accompanying dishes of Fried Prown Pancake and Crunchy Pickled Slices of Papaya.
1. Cooks using unauthentic recipes may put monosodium glutamate in the dish. The tradirional recipes has no such modern ingredient
2. About 2hr after eating this dish, your body may have some…
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Opponents of an armed population often claim that semi-automatic rifles are a new phenomena in the United States. That is false. One of the first successful semi-automatic or self loading rifles was the Remington Model 8. It was patented in 1900 by John Moses Browning. Commercial production started in 1906. It was a successful design, used in the hunting fields, in law enforcement, and had limited usage in the U.S. military. The model 8 was modified a bit in 1936 and become the model 81, which was produced until 1950.
Happy Thanksgiving, to all; To those at home and those who are On-Duty this moment, this hour, this day. To those who protect the nation. To those serving overseas. To those answering medical emergencies. To those who stand watch against fires. To those patrolling our streets. To those who pour coffee and wait tables. To those who serve (my) beer. To anyone desiring to be with family. To those who wonder what the American holiday tradition is.
We know that the gun control crowd isn’t a fan of the Second Amendment. Just what form their issue with it takes varies from person to person, but they universally take issue with it. For some, it’s a mistaken belief that it only applies to the arms of the day, as if our Founding Fathers lacked sufficient vision to understand that guns would advance over time. For others, it’s something even dumber.
Take, for example, an op-ed run at CNN this past weekend where we get to hear more emotional prattle from an anti-gun zealot:
Law enforcement: The only job on planet earth, where you leave home to go to work, with expectation of being murdered On Duty. Think about that.
CHEROKEE COUNTY, Ga. –
A family is safe and a home invasion suspect is in the hospital after being shot by the homeowner, deputies said.
The family heard glass breaking downstairs when Donavan Simmons, 19, tried breaking into the house Thursday morning, deputies said.
The father, who Channel 2 confirmed is Keith Beck, the pastor of a Baptist church in Bartow County, then grabbed his gun and shot Simmons in the head as he was coming in the house.
A neighbor, Bill Kennedy, said the Beck family heard the intruder breaking into their basement window.
“Come to the door and she was screaming, ‘Invader in the house!’ and her two kids were still in there asleep,” neighbor Bill Kennedy said.
Simmons was taken to the hospital and faces charges.
Beck will not face any charges.
“I think he did the right thing, protect his family,” Kennedy said.
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All 2A supporters: Get your eyeballs on this article.
UNCONFIRMED REPORT. NO FURTHER DATA.
Let us consider a few examples of gun control failing:
Fort Hood on Nov. 5, 2009 — That attacker shot and killed 13 innocents with a handgun he acquired after passing a background check. Moreover, he carried out his attack in a gun-free zone.
The Aurora movie theater on July 20, 2012 — The attacker acquired his gun after passing a background check, registered his gun with the state (as required) and only used 10-round magazines in his attack.
Sandy Hook Elementary on Dec. 14, 2012 — At Sandy Hook the attacker killed 26 innocents with a rifle he had stolen from someone who acquired it via a background check. Moreover, the school in which he opened fire was a gun-free zone.
D.C. Naval Yard on Sept. 16, 2013 — Here, the attacker shot and killed 12 with a gun he acquired after passing a background check. Additionally, the area…
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The complainant is a mental midget.
My business travels took me to Baton Rouge, Louisiana last week which, to be honest, is not one of my favorite places in the state (no offense to anyone who may be a resident). We stopped in at a local restaurant for some wonderful food and as we were slowing ambling to the car (trying to work off a little of the fried shrimp) and enjoying the nice, cool day I noticed this local magazine in the rack out front:
Needless to say the cover caught my attention and I picked up a copy to read at my hotel later that evening.
The cover article actually turned out to be some sort of reader survey/poll where folks talked about the issues that concerned them. It was a pretty bland article and nothing in it couldn’t have been written about most any city in the south or west of the nation…
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Firearm Used: Universal Receiver
Barrel Length: 24”
Trim-to Length: 1.506’’
Primer: Winchester WSR
Appearing on the scene in 2002, under the development of Alexander Arms, the 6.5 Grendel was a new AR 15 platform friendly cartridge. Having been developed from the PPC cartridges with greater case capacity than the 223, it was soon recognized as a cartridge with wide versatility. Quite useful for target shooting to 600 yards, it also performs very well on varmints at medium ranges. Naturally, hunters would also be attracted due to its light recoil along with plenty of velocity and energy to harvest deer and antelope. Accuracy has proven to be very good and lightweight short- action bolt rifles would work well for smaller statured shooters and those hunting in rugged terrain. Versatile, efficient, and accurate all are fitting descriptions of the 6.5 Grendel.
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My main professional association, the American Sociological Association, recently referred a freelance writer to me. She is working on a story on the rise of bulletproof fashion for Racked.com, a style and fashion website owned by Vox Media. I asked her to send me her questions and I answered them in writing, as reproduced below.
Question and Answer on Bulletproof Fashion
Q1: We have observed a growing trend of retailers offering bulletproof apparel, sometimes quite high-end, in the United States. What’s your initial reaction to that idea – the concept of high-end bulletproof fashion – as well as to the fact that it’s becoming more popular? Were you already aware of this trend? What do you see as the appeal of a high-end piece of bulletproof fashion, such as a suit, versus a standard vest?
I have heard about bulletproof apparel but it is a niche…
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Gun laws, do not work.
Gun control fails miserably — twice, in recent days. And what does Congress want to do?
They want to impose more gun control.
Both the Las Vegas and Texas killers passed background checks in acquiring their weapons.
Regardless, Democrat Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut wants to impose even more prior restraints upon you, before you’re able to acquire a weapon.
Sen. Murphy has introduced S. 2009 to require Universal Background Checks.
“The soldier is being treated at a South Korean hospital after a five-hour operation for the gunshot wounds […]”
Either poorly trained NorK troops or severely worn barrels on their rifles. A very good indication the NK troops are not accomplished riflemen. Unaimed, and “spray-and-pray” shooting, wastes ammunition, that NK probably is in short supply of.
They’re going to need a higher capacity magazine. Number Ten shooting, Bruce Lee.
Hunting is an adventure, for sure; and to be honest, I really like harvesting what I hunt. Having said that however, I can’t help but be continuously mesmerized by nature and the experiences the hunt affords.
This weekend just past (Veterans Day weekend) I gave up my usual plans of watching the Veterans Day parade in downtown Manhattan (the Little Apple) in order to be up at 0400 and positioned by the pond where I hunt on my friend’s property. I even dragged out my life-sized Flambeau Boss Buck decoy hoping that he, along with my calling and rattling, would bring in at least one buck. There’s a dominant buck in the area, whom I’ve seen either in-person or on the game cameras, every year since I started hunting several years ago. My second year of hunting, I had ventured onto other parts of the property, kneeling for hours along…
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NRA and GOP, will simply say, “OK”.
Demand, Constitutional Carry.
When the shit hits the fan, and it will, ask yourself, “What’s in YOUR holster?” (A peanutbutter and jelly sandwich?)
Reposted, in Memory of Phil, a tunnel rat, US Army.
By Jim Campbell
November 13, 2017
H/T The History Channel and the Lonely Planet Discover Vietnam Guide Book.
In order to combat better-supplied American and South Vietnamese forces during the Vietnam War, Communist guerrilla troopswere known as Viet Cong (VC) dug tens of thousands of miles of tunnels, including an extensive network running underneath the Cu Chi district northwest of Saigon.
Soldiers used these underground routes to house troops, transport communications and supplies, lay booby traps and mount surprise attacks, after which they could disappear underground to safety.
To combat these guerrilla tactics, U.S. and South Vietnamese forces trained soldiers known as “tunnel rats” to navigate the tunnels in order to detect booby traps and enemy troop presence.
Now part of a Vietnam War memorial park in Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon), the Cu Chi tunnels have become a popular tourist attraction.
Digging the Cu Chi Tunnels
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What are the brass at 1PP, thinking? If, the Sullivan Act of 1911, is to disarm the citizenry, because “guns are dangerous”, how does the 14th Floor, justify if MOS, get into a firefight with M4 rifles, and bullets are flying all over, RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES? Much better to arm up, the People. Demand, Constitutional Carry & Stand Your Ground, to be unified as one law, and made the Law-of-the-Land. Why? Because something is up. Something is not being told to the population of NYC. The 11th Division is a bad place to begin with, but those streets, when I was On The Job, were handled with S&W Model-10 service revolvers. Now, suddenly, m4 rifles are on the streets. The mayor, Big Bird, needs to be put on the spot about the M4 issue. The mayor should also be aware of the People, wanting, Constitutional Carry. Is there a terror threat?
Dalai Lama, must be drinking beer with Drill Instructors, again.
This six shot improvised 12 gauge shotgun, which is incomplete, was seized by police along with Satan’s Plants by police in Brazil. On this crude example the drum is formed from multiple steel tubes welded together with a thumb screw below which is tightened to align and lock each chamber. The firing mechanism is missing.
American Legion, members shot.
November 10, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – Over the past two decades, it has slowly dawned on Christians that the implications of same-sex “marriage” are far greater for those who still believe in the traditional understanding of marriage than even the cynics first thought possible. The politicians, the academics, and the media have reached the collective conclusion that if gay “marriage” is a civil right, those who oppose it are not simply dissenters holding to a two-thousand-year-old tradition, but ugly bigots who deserve to be marginalized for their discriminatory views. Thus, “live and let live” turned into “you will be forced to participate and approve,” with bakers, florists, property owners, and adoption agencies finding themselves to be the targets of gay activists who show a shocking ruthlessness in their enthusiasm for prosecuting supposed thought crimes.
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We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.
Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.”
My father taught me this poem as a child. I can still recite it. At the 11th hour, on the 11th day, of the 11th month in 1918 the most horrendous war the world had seen up to that time ended. Unless you are a military historian, most people do not understand the…
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The synchronized leftist response to this latest attack on normal Christians was pre-planned, and it didn’t matter that this time it was another militant atheist weirdo instead of an ISIS-loving foreigner. The memes and the lies were all prepped and ready, and the villain was already chosen.
No surprise – once again, it was you, the normal American who keeps and bears arms to protect yourself, your family, your community and your Constitution.
But this time it didn’t go the way they wanted. Sure, they were giddy at first – the liberals got to trash people of faith for praying, they got to tell NRA members that there was blood on their hands, and they got to demand some sort of unspecified action.
But then their lying narrative took a bunch of rounds and bled out just like that useless little creep.
That’s what they are really mourning – the…
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A combat system is needed, and not a sport system. Two very different things.
The question was, “What lessons should civilian gun carriers take from George Zimmerman?”
This is a question I have been asking gun trainers recently, including those attending Rob Pincus’s Combat Focus Shooting Instructor Conference in September.
I have received many different and interesting responses, including a very succinct one from one of the Combat Focus Shooting instructors: Jiu-Jitsu.
Being able to fight with less than lethal means, including open-handed, is becoming more of a thing among armed citizens, as are various forms of “entangled” fighting. So we see the emergence of trainers like Craig Douglas, Paul Sharp, Larry Lindenman, and Chris Fry into the consciousness of the gun training community.
Integrated solutions or multidisciplinary techniques are phrases often used to describe this style of training which relativizes the centrality of the gun. If…
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Image via forbes.com
H/T Free Republic
A program that prepares service dogs for permanent placement with wounded veterans and their families has been booted from Fort Belvoir and Walter Reed without explanation, the program’s executive director says.
GERMANTOWN, Md. — The Warrior Canine Connection, a program that uses an army of volunteer puppy raisers, dog trainers and veterans to prepare service dogs for wounded veterans and their families, has been partnering with military facilities in the D.C. region since 2009.
But suddenly — and without explanation — that came to a stop, says Warrior Canine Connection Executive Director Rick Yount.
He said his trainers and puppy raisers at Fort Belvoir and at two locations on the campus of the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, were told on Oct. 27th to vacate their offices that afternoon.
“At two o’clock in the afternoon, I received a phone call saying…
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I don’t understand this crap.
First…They ARE NOT “assault” weapons!
Second…The Second Amendment acknowledges that a U.S. citizen has the right to own ALL TYPES of weapons, including assault weapons.
And lastly, when I hear that armed Democrats, or muslims, or illegal aliens…or racist black militants are running loose shooting Americans with firearms…
The last thing I’m inclined to do is give up my firearms.
What actually happens is we have a family meeting and carry extra magazines when we go out. (There’s more than that, but that’s all I can share.)
I never cared that much for the AR-15, but I guess it’s time to buy one…
Maybe for Freeda.
(With a chain-saw bayonet…’Merica)
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And, never mistake a Fudd, for someone with an Elmer Fudd hairdo, like I have.
The front sight looks like it could also be a P38 can opener.
The forward assist is really a toilet plunger.
I am not a fan of those or most other gimmicks. Decades ago, I used to cover front ramp and rear sight, with masking tape to obstruct the outline, and practice firing instinctively. New ages, new things. I feel backwards, now.
Love him or hate him, Gabe Suarez is a pioneer in the use, promotion, and sale of red dot sights on pistols. I had a chance to see the slides and slide/sight packages Suarez International sells when I spent a couple of hours at Suarez International before my visit to Gunsite in June.
So one of the things I was looking forward to most when I returned to Prescott last week to observe a Suarez International Pistol Gunfighting School was shooting a pistol with a red dot sight.
I am just an average marksman and not a gun hardware guy, so take these as the initial thoughts of a normal shooter.
(If you want more rigorous thinking on the topic, Karl Rehn has undertaken a systematic study of red dots on pistols in comparison to other sighting systems, and Aaron Cowan of Sage Dynamics released a white paper earlier…
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This is a guest article by Will Bermudez
“Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst!” This already famous truism is the perfect advice for all humanity: the smartest thing to do to ensure our survival is to have a strategy for the times when such planning will be required. One may hope those times will never come, but being ready for any circumstances is a moral duty. One essential detail you need to think about when developing a survival strategy – whether if it is for living in the wild or for surviving a natural disaster – is sleeping arrangements. Depending on your needs, you’ll be inclined to choose between a mattress and a sleeping pad. I tried both options, and I can’t decisively swing over one or another. They both have numerous pros. But in the end, the choice is based on individual preferences. That’s why I…
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pennine:Brilliant article, I agree its every word. No amount of Gun Control will ever stop criminals/psychopaths from getting their hands upon guns. Psychos of late -(including the Islamic terrorist manics)-have been using not only guns to murder innocent people,they have used home-made bombs, knives, vehicles. Yet i don’t hear any such calls to ban people depending upon knives for their livelihoods, e.g. the butcher, the baker &candle-stick maker & everybody possessing household bread/kitchen knives, and those kept as eating utensils. Nor am i hearing calls for vehicles to be taken from everyone and nationwide driving bans on every law abiding drivers. That would be ridiculous.
What does need working on is how everyone can best defend themselves if they ever (God forbid) have the misfortune to be confronted by such maniacs on the loose , and if it takes law abiding & vetted folk be given…
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Again. A church was attacked. 26 people, some children were murdered. As usual, the liberal cry of “gun control” rings out, ignoring that the murderer was stopped by two honest citizens with guns before he could continue the carnage.
Christian churches and Jewish Synagogues have come increasingly under attack in recent years. Many preppers worship at one or the other. But oddly enough, people who will prep to the max and arm to the teeth will often not even consider proper security measure where they worship. It is a combination of the psychological trust that God will protect them, as well as the idea that a House of Worship is meant to be an open and welcoming atmosphere available to all, and that proper security measures would hinder this. There was a time in this country when even a hard-bitten criminal might hesitate to commit a crime in a religious…
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Just about every Sunday, I lead a prayer in our Sunday School class. Just about every Sunday, I start that prayer by thanking God that we live in a country where we can go to church and openly practice our faith without fear of death or persecution. I know a lot of Christians in America talk about being persecuted but what we face here compared to what Christians face in countries like Pakistan, India, Sudan, Indonesia or Iran really doesn’t amount to a hill of beans in the grand scheme of things. Worldwide, as many as 180 Christians are killed for their faith every month. Let that number sink in…
Even the US State Department recognizes that, globally, Christians are the most persecuted of all religious groups.
Yesterday, after church, as my wife and I were having a bite to eat I heard there was a shooting at a small…
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Dear Albuquerque Gun Owners,
If you needed any more proof that mayoral runoff candidate Tim Keller has embraced a radical anti-gun agenda, this week he received the endorsement of a national gun control organization formerly known as Americans for Responsible Solutions. Keller’s endorsement came alongside similar announcements of support from the group for mayoral candidates in Boston, the largest city in one of the most anti-gun states in the country, and Seattle, which imposes a local tax on firearms and ammunition sales for so-called violence-prevention programs. The gun control organization that is supporting Keller lobbied aggressively for passage of legislation to ban the temporary transfer of firearms — even between family, friends, neighbors and co-workers — during the 2017 legislative session in Santa Fe.
NRA’s Political Victory Fund has endorsed Dan Lewis in this critical race. Dan Lewis has a proven record of support for your Second Amendment rights and of…
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