Monday, 15 July

23:55

That’s All She Wrote

by admin in The War on Guns at 21:06, Monday, 15 July

It’s been a long day, I’m tired, and I have to be up at 3 a.m. to take feral son Uday and his family to the airport, so I’m outta here. I did get a Firearms News article on the assassination attempt and RNC dropping 2A from the platform drafted and submitted. I tried to … Continue reading "That’s All She Wrote"

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Barbarians at the Gate

by admin in The War on Guns at 20:49, Monday, 15 July

A Polish border guard was murdered, and several others were injured by illegal immigrants throwing spears at the border. [More] How vibrant and diverse! We need more communities like that here. [Via Michael G]

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Good Advice

by admin in The War on Guns at 20:44, Monday, 15 July

Suspect arrested in deadly Taneytown road rage shooting, details on the dramatic scene [More] Here’s who he killed. Stay in the car. Don’t announce you have a gun thinking that will deesclate anything. If you believe you are justified in producing a gun, use it. Or as Tucco said: [Via bondmen]

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20:55

Watch It in Real Time!

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 17:18, Monday, 15 July

Watch the real time assassination attempt on Trump from different angles. With countdown from footage of people warning authorities about the shooter to Trump being whisked away. pic.twitter.com/iJTbRNlCEw

— MilkBarTV (@TheMilkBarTV) July 15, 2024

The crowd could see him. Why not the Secret Service?

Questions

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 17:04, Monday, 15 July

 We now know that President Trump has picked Senator J.D. Vance as his running mate.  

We still don't know what rifle the shooter used against Trump and the crowd on Saturday.  We're told that it is an AR style rifle, purchased legally by the shooter's father.  We're told it was chambered in 5.56.  We don't know who manufactured it, nor whether he used an optic. I have heard that it only had iron sights on a rail, but I have no confirmation of that, one way or the other.

We still don't know why May-jerk-us still has a job.  He's hiding behind the tired old canard of "active investigation" to avoid answering questions.  He's worthless, and has been since he hired on.  The man has no honor at all, but Biden doesn't fire anyone.

If anyone has any info on how the rifle was kitted out, let me know.  The rarest AR in the world is the one that is bone-stock.  Curious minds, etc.

Civil war? Catastrophic impact on the States?

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 20:00, Monday, 15 July

As we here at TPOL already mentioned, we believe that these States dodged a bullet when the would-be assassin’s shot only sliced his right ear and did not even skate around his skull or punch a big .223 hole in his brain.

Many people are referring to the Providence of God, and that may be so: as Daniel wrote concerning the “Great King” Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon (5:21): “He was driven away from people, his mind was like an animal’s, he lived with the wild donkeys, he was fed grass like cattle, and his body was drenched with dew from the sky until he acknowledged that the Most High God is ruler over the kingdom of men and sets anyone He wants over it.”

(We might say that fortunately, even Uncle Joe is not in such bad shape. But maybe being that way for a few years (Nebuchadnezzar endured that punishment for 7 years) would turn the man into something better than the mob boss he apparently has been. Of course, with his dementia, it might not work.)

But we do shudder to think that we came within an inch or two of killing a man that about half of Americans are willing to vote into office li...

They’re All Bozos on This Bus

by admin in The War on Guns at 20:22, Monday, 15 July

Taylor Swift, Oprah and a ‘blitz primary’: Well-connected Democrats including a former Obama and Clinton advisor issue bombshell memo detailing wild plot to replace Biden [More] These people’s egos… Clown World writ large… [Via bondmen]

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Lies of Omission

by admin in The War on Guns at 20:14, Monday, 15 July

BIDEN BORDER CRISIS: 7 New Illegal Immigrant Crimes ABC, CBS, NBC Are Burying [More] Hey, there’s an election coming up… [Via bondmen]

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We’re the Only Ones Disappointed Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 20:08, Monday, 15 July

Report: FBI Employee In Gun Background Check Unit Expressed Disappointment That Trump Lived [More] And not just Trump… [Via Michael G]

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The Arbiter of Reasonableness

by admin in The War on Guns at 20:01, Monday, 15 July

Crooks, who was killed by security forces, used an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle, a powerful and, in the US, easily available weapon that in more reasonably administered countries would be off-limits to private individuals. [More] For a European historian, this guy sure is forgetful. [Via Matt L]

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We’re the Only Ones Full of Integrity Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 19:21, Monday, 15 July

Illinois woman who called sheriff’s office over possible intruder killed by deputies, attorney says… State police said body camera video and other information tied to the case is not immediately being released to “protect the integrity of the legal process.” [More] Talk about virtue signaling… [Via Jess]

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Return of the Thing

by admin in The War on Guns at 19:17, Monday, 15 July

The return of Wayne LaPierre: in 2nd NY trial, NRA’s former ‘king’ fights for the right to resume some role at gun lobby [More] Why did a 50s horror shlock film suddenly pop into my mind…? If you want intelligent commentary, go here.

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Meanwhile Across the Pond

by admin in The War on Guns at 19:03, Monday, 15 July

U.K. considers crossbow law changes after murders of 3 women [More] Been a minute since we consulted Tommy Lee… [Via Jess]

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Not Out of the Woods Yet

by admin in The War on Guns at 18:56, Monday, 15 July

Halyna Hutchins’ widower promises to bring Alec Baldwin back to court after ‘Rust’ shooting trial thrown out [More] The prosecutor in the criminal case sure turned out to eb an incompetent. Ah well, there’s always the Fred Goldman method. [Via Jess]

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It’s good that Sotomayor’s security was able to defend themselves and repel a predator. It’s inexcusable that she won’t admit she has been wrong about our right to do the same. [More] It’s a big club and you ain’t in it.

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16:55

The aortic valve problems are beginning to overwork my heart.  There is also a hole between left and right ventricles that they will likely repair.


I am not looking forward to surgery but being well is 

Realism!

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 16:37, Monday, 15 July

A senior House Democrat tells Axios: "We've all resigned ourselves to a second Trump presidency." https://t.co/lKHFpE82Xg

— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) July 14, 2024

Trump Names Ohio Sen. J.D. Vance as 2024 Running Mate

by Dave Workman in Liberty Park Press at 16:30, Monday, 15 July

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Walther Introduces the New WMP SD .22 WMR

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 06:55, Monday, 15 July

13:55

Endorsed

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 12:54, Monday, 15 July

BREAKING: Donald Trump calls for Robert F. Kennedy Jr to receive Secret Service pic.twitter.com/vRvxTzghvX

— ALX 🇺🇸 (@alx) July 15, 2024

 

Well, duh. Kind of makes you wonder why they haven't so far.

10:55

Predictable Cliches

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 09:00, Monday, 15 July

Quote of the Day

These emotional dorks are such predictable cliches. Bitchface dirty deleted but the internet is forever.

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Larry Correia @monsterhunter45
Posted on X on June 21, 2024

It’s not only another Markley’s Law Monday, it is another science denier (see also here)!

Yup. It’s totally predictable. That is why we call it Markley’s Law.

Trace

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 08:29, Monday, 15 July

 I recall a time when I was training soldiers.  It was a beautiful morning and we were running a qualification range for the 1911. The sun was behind us and the targets were well lit, a perfect scenario.  From the tower, I began to pick up glints of copper as the bullets went down range.   They looked like angry bumblebees, steaking toward the berm.

In other times, I've been able to watch the trace of a bullet as it goes downrange.  There are those odd times when the combination of light and air density and humidity combine to give a visible trace as the bullet passes.

In the photo below, which I cannot couch for, the photographer seems to have caught the trace of the bullet as it passes Trumps head.  The photo is widely circulated and may be enhanced or manipulated, but it may be legit.

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So… Anything Happen This Weekend?

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:42, Monday, 15 July

I’ll be working on an article about the Trump assassination attempt and his RNC minimizing RKBA over the next few hours, so expect slow going here at WoG. I had a lot of tips come in over the weekend and I’ll get to what I can when I can. Please understand that means I can’t … Continue reading "So… Anything Happen This Weekend?"

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Icelandic Swords: Blades of the Viking Frontier

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 09:27, Monday, 15 July

(Sorry for the messed-up framing at the beginning of the video!)

While I was in Iceland, I had an opportunity to visit the National Museum of Iceland and take a look at a couple of settlement-era swords found on the island. Since these are really outside my area of expertise, two experts generously offered to join me on the video to help explain the history and context of these swords. First we have Ármann Guðmundsson, an archaeologist with the Museum who can speak to the weapons of the time as they are found today. Second is Reynir Óskarsson, a Viking combat researcher with Hurstwic who can help us understand how these swords were actually used.

Viking-age Iceland was a unique society in many ways, and the role of personal weapons in that time is a fascinating story. So sit back and join us to learn more about i...

07:55


Image from American Rounds video of first ammunition vending machine installation

 

A technological development from an American company of a way to legally sell ammunition has been going viral. The use of vending machines to legally validate age and sell ammunition causes some people to ignore all facts and logic, and emote "guns are bad!"

Video link from company of first ammunition vending machine installation.

Video link about the ammunition vending machines from youtube.com.

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CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Two women were hospitalized after a shooting occurred in Avondale early Friday morning.

Cincinnati police say a woman was in her vehicle in the 3500 block of Reading Road when two other women came up to her with rocks and began attacking her.

An officer at the scene said the female driver acted in self defense and shot the two women.

More Here


 With so much going on from the weekend-- the attempted assassination of Donald Trump as well as the deaths of Dr Ruth Westheimer, Richard Simmons, and Shannon Daugherty, I'm in overload.

So you get a feel good story about a group called the Gnome Restoration Society in Canada who took all of a man's garden gnomes, repainted and rehabbed them, and returned them (plus two that apparently needed a good home.

Since blogger is now wanting special cookies in order to upload pictures, which is going to suck for me trying to do meme days, you'll have to go to the link above to see the restored pictures.

These folks are a lot nicer than the Garden Gnome Liberation Front, which back in the day used to steal gnomes and 'set them free in the forest'.

04:55

Preparedness Notes for Monday — July 15, 2024

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:05, Monday, 15 July

July 15, 1410:  The Battle of Grunwald (First Battle of Tannenburg, Battle of Žalgiris), one of Medieval Europe’s largest battles during the Poland-Lithuanian Teutonic War. Polish King Władysław Jagiełło and Lithuanian Grand Duke Vytautas defeated the Teutonic Ulrich von Jungingen. The painting of the battle (above) was rendered by Jan Matejko. — On July 15, 1799, the Rosetta Stone was found in the Egyptian village of Rosetta by French Captain Pierre-François Bouchard during Napoleon‘s Egyptian Campaign. — Today’s feature article is a review written by SurvivalBlog Field Gear Editor Tom Christianson.

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Valley GTDB-48 Ditch Bank Blade, by Thomas Christianson

by Thomas Christianson in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:04, Monday, 15 July

Prologue: The Dacian Wars: 101-102 and 105-106 AD During all of their far-flung campaigns, the Roman Legions had never faced a weapon as fearsome as the Dacian falx (“sickle”). The large falx was a two-handed weapon with a roughly 3-foot blade mounted on a roughly 3 foot handle. The long handle provided a tremendous amount of leverage, giving the weapon enough power to split a legionnaire’s helmet or shield with a single blow. After seeing a large number of Roman corpses with gruesome head wounds, the armorers accompanying the legions adopted a field expedient: they riveted two transverse reinforcing iron …

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Recipe of the Week: Chocolate Zucchini or Carrot Cake

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:03, Monday, 15 July

The following recipe for Chocolate Zucchini or Carrot Cake is from SurvivalBlog reader Mrs. Alaska. Mix dry ingredients in one bowl: 2.5 c flour ¼ c cocoa powder 1 tsp baking soda ½ tsp baking powder 1.5 c sugar or 1 ¼ c honey   Mix the following: Mix ½ c milk with 1 tsp white vinegar and let it sit for 5 minutes to sour OR ½ c plain yogurt or sour cream plus water at the end to saturate the batter, if needed.  (I routinely need to add ¼ – 1/3 cup additional water to saturate the batter …

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SurvivalBlog Graphic of the Week

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:02, Monday, 15 July

Today’s graphic, suggested by reader P.B., shows US Counties by Population Density. (Graphic courtesy of Reddit.)       (Note: The graphic above is click-expandable.) It is noteworthy that only 1.52% of Americans live in the dark blue shaded areas. — Please send your graphic ideas to JWR. (Either via e-mail or via our Contact form.) Any graphics that you send must either be your own creation or uncopyrighted.

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:01, Monday, 15 July

“One person is nothing. Two people are a nation.” – Terry Pratchett

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I have known Ashlee Lundvall for a decade, when I first met her at the Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt in 2015. Since then, we have spent more time together – including a lovely Fourth of July celebration in her hometown of Cody, Wyoming. 

01:55

One of the harder tasks for a sniper is figuring out wind speed so as to make windage adjustments. One of the easier ways to determine wind speed at target range is to look at flags in the wind. Angle of flag from flagpole divided by four gives approximate wind speed at target. Now wind speed may vary between shooter and target, but at distances like what happened Saturday, the difference is not likely to be huge.


I noticed an American flag behind Trump in that one of a kind photo. The Secret Service should remove all flags near the President for exactly this reason.

I would forward this to Secret Service but I am sure it would get lost in the bureaucracy. Hopefully, whatever program monitors the blogosphere for threats on the President's life will catch this and whoever evaluates such material will forward it as a positive aid

One of the harder tasks for a sniper is figuring out wind speed so as to make windage adjustments.   One of the easier ways to determine wind speed at target range is to look at flags in the wind.  Angle of flag from flagpole divided by four gives approximate wind speed at target.  Now wind speed may vary between shooter and target, but at distances like what happened Saturday,  the difference is not likely to be huge.


I noticed an American flag behind Trump in that one of a kind photo.  The Secret Service should remove all flags near the President for exactly this reason.

I would forward this to Secret Service but I am sure it would get lost in the bureaucracy.   Hopefully,  whatever program monitors the blogosphere for threats on the President's life will catch this and whoever evaluates such material will forward it as a positive aid.

Sunday, 14 July

19:55

The assassination attempt

in Of Arms and the Law at 19:19, Sunday, 14 July

Matt Taibi has some useful thoughts. I'll add some.

Scott Adams (who in addition to being a great cartoonist, is a student of persuasion) wrote about the rhetoric (in its real term, persuasive communication) of the Trump v. Hillary campaign. On Hillary's side, it initially tried to make fun of Trump, or portray him as a bumbling character. That didn't succeed. Usually, it was low-grade to boot.

Then, he suspects, one of the true experts in persuasion joined her campaign. He'd been with Bernie Sanders, but when Sanders dropped out he became a free agent.

And suddenly, her campaign's persuasion became weapons-grade. It acquired a theme -- Donald Trump is a dark force. The word "dark" was constantly used, and everything was related to that. He's a buddy of Putin, he's a future dictator, he's a xenophobe and a racist and misogynist. He can hardly wait to impose a right-wing tyranny on this country and become president for life. In this campaign, it continues (notwithstanding the fact that Trump hardly got tyrannical during his first term).

Adams also foresaw the eff...

Call for Calm

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 17:09, Sunday, 14 July

Appropriate:

CCRKBA CONDEMNS ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT, CALLS FOR CALM | Citizens Committee For The Right To Keep And Bear Arms

BELLEVUE, WA – The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms condemns Saturday’s attempt on the life of former President Donald Trump during a political rally in Butler, Pennsylvania and praises the quick action by the U.S. Secret Service to protect Mr. Trump and neutralize the suspect.

“We offer prayers of thanks that Donald Trump is safe, and we mourn for the innocent person who was killed during the incident,” said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb. “We condemn this act of insanity, because violence of any kind can never be tolerated as part of the political process in a free country.

“Furthermore, we condemn the political vitriol which has been directed toward the former president, creating such an atmosphere of irrational hatred,” Gottlieb continued. “It is despicable that Donald Trump has been vilified for many months as a ‘threat to democracy.’ What has become clear is that the level of hateful rhetoric d...

Bullied

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 16:25, Sunday, 14 July

NBC News interviewed a classmate who said the shooter was bullied in high school.  The attempts to make this a conspiracy are ignoring Occam's Razor.  Bullied kid joins leftist cause, gets freaked out by Trump landslide likelihood, goes after Trump.

Someone finally did it.

by Kevin in The Smallest Minority at 18:57, Sunday, 14 July

Eight-plus years of shit like this:

Here’s 2 and a half minutes straight of Democrats explicitly calling for political violence.

Has Biden ever denounced this?

They have blood on their hands. pic.twitter.com/mbGYXTWAN7

— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) July 14, 2024
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16:55

7/14/24 BBC News has video of the shooter.

What Sort of Man is Trump

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 11:58, Sunday, 14 July

The picture of his raised fist as SS moves him to the van really says a lot about the man.  At this point, he likely had no idea if this was a fatal wound.


With the flag behind him this is a great campaign ad.  Even when his enemies shoot him, he stands up to them.'

Amazing Picture

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 11:51, Sunday, 14 July

7/18/14 Guardian has a photograph where you can see the cloud trail left by the bullet. 


You may need to blow it up a bit

If you are not aware of this: in humid climates, bullets produce a small cloud behind them as the bullet produces a low pressure area where water vapor turns to a small cloud.  You see similar phenomena behind fighter aircraft.

Considering the distance, this was a reasonably skilled shot.  My math says he pulled the trigger .14 seconds before the bullet him Trump so he was pretty well aimed.  Even a slight difference in Trump's head movement and civil war would likely have already started. 

13:55

No sooner had I finished the post below than Tobie and I heard another engine in the wash. I thought at first maybe Neighbor S had come back, but no…


…a big old white pickup was coming from the opposite direction, and as I watched it sort of split the difference where the wash forks and got itself stuck in the sand.

And at first I thought, “It’s some wayward tourist...

Neighbor S came by to help me swap out the solar panels on my ground mount. We had agreed on 7 ayem but ended up starting rather earlier. It’s not going to get anything but hot today and wrestling heavy awkward solar panels while balancing on a ladder is best done in the cool.

Speaking of awkward, the sun’s angle didn’t make for Pulitzer-worthy photography so early in the morning, so play along.

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The Man Killed at Butler, PA Died a Hero

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 12:49, Sunday, 14 July

(missing one line, I think, in original posting)

HT: Winston Wolfe.

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Since Deleted, Of Course

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 12:40, Sunday, 14 July

Dr. Karen Pinder is Professor of teaching in the University of British Columbia M.D. undergraduate program. She is the Director of MEDD 411 (Foundations of Medical Practice I), the first (17 week) course of the year 1 UBC medical curriculum and is also the Director of Histology for the M.D. curriculum.

Oddly enough, she seems to have deleted her Twitter account.

Overhead photo shows the shooter's location, 400 feet from Trump. pic.twitter.com/HfcgNDCz7c

— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) July 14, 2024

The roof of this building is the obvious, the only suitable location, for an assassin with a rifle to use.

HT: Karen L. Myers.

Next Move By the Democrats

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 11:12, Sunday, 14 July

Trump Indicted For Inciting Assassination Attempt https://t.co/sBlGGV8QvE pic.twitter.com/bRttmRnQhN

— The Babylon Bee (@TheBabylonBee) July 14, 2024

Very Curious, Isn’t It?

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 11:06, Sunday, 14 July

How was he allowed on the roof in the first place and to be downscope for 42 seconds with no action? pic.twitter.com/Fyw6fLsAuq

— floridanow1 (@floridanow1) July 14, 2024

HT: Karen L. Myers.

TFB Armorer's Bench: Colt 1851 Maintenance

by Sam.S in The Firearm Blog at 09:53, Sunday, 14 July

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10:55

They are Getting Off Easy

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 09:00, Sunday, 14 July

Quote of the Day

Nowadays, it is difficult to be an informed news consumer, especially if you value the right to keep and bear arms. When a story involves guns or the Second Amendment, what passes for news is usually propaganda – finely honed and served up with a purpose.

Many Americans have found alternative news sources. This is the main reason why the Associated Press and other corporate media sources are hemorrhaging readers and viewers. The legacy media’s decline is self-inflicted. Their continued adherence to pushing false narratives did them in.

Lee Williams
July 11, 2024
Associated Press Refuses to Correct Anti-gun Story – Another Symptom of its Decline

If they go bankrupt and every single person involved in this long term conspiracy to infringe upon the right to keep and bear arms can’t find work for years, they are still getting off easy. They should be prosecuted.

Richard Strauss - Elektra

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 10:53, Sunday, 14 July

So they tried to assassinate Donald Trump.  The question is whether they will try again.  The next question will be what will be the reaction if they succeed.

It's that second question that made me think of Strauss and his ferocious opera Elektra.  That girl had family issues: Her father was Agamemnon, leader of the Greeks against Troy.  He sacrificed her sister to the Gods to gain favorable winds for the invasion fleet.  Her mother Klytemnestra murdered her father in revenge.  Her brother Orest kills their mother in revenge.  Mad with fury, Elektra dances in the blood of the guilty.

Quite a story.  The Nazis quite admired it, the necessity of bloodletting to purify the family.  Yesterday's events made me think on what might befall should they succeed in their manic desires to stop Trump by any means necessary.


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Shocked, Shocked!

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 09:18, Sunday, 14 July

Party That Called Trump 'Hitler' For 8 Years Shocked As Someone Tries To Assassinate Him https://t.co/9zTv1SsnMc pic.twitter.com/Wr5BNapizb

— The Babylon Bee (@TheBabylonBee) July 13, 2024

Tree of Liberty

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 08:34, Sunday, 14 July

 Three people were injured at the Trump rally by gunfire from the lunatic on the roof.  One dead on the scene, two injured. Those three have watered the tree of Liberty with their own blood.  Let us not forget the role they played, and the sacrifice they made.  I'm sure that we will learn their names in the coming hours or days, 

If Biden has any honor left in his decrepit body, he would immediately award then the Presidential Medal of Freedom. They are much more deserving than the political hacks who seem to get that medal.

ARC ROAD

by Mas in at 09:00, Sunday, 14 July

Most cops, and many armed citizens, remember the 1963 inci...

Alec Baldwin Charges Dismissal: Not What Some Think

by Carl Bussjaeger in The Zelman Partisans at 10:31, Sunday, 14 July

Sheila has covered the Trump assassination attempt, so I’ll just say for now — pending new information — that I don’t think this will be the last attempt before November.

What I am here to talk about is charges against Alec Baldwin being dismissed with prejudice.

Some people see this as the exoneration of Baldwin.

We told you, and told you, and told you, and told you, and told you, and told you, and told you, and told you, and explained to all comers, in excruciating detail, how Baldwin was not legally responsible to any whit for the shooting on the set of Rust, explaining the safety rules and the chain of culpability using metric fucktons of pixels and internet bandwidth.

Sorry, Aesop; that isn’t what happened. Charges were dismissed for a deliberate Brady violation by prosec...

07:55

Too Much News

by Tam in View From The Porch at 07:50, Sunday, 14 July

Billy Joel could get a whole new verse for "We Didn't Start the Fire" out of any given week since about March of 2020.


This is your reminder to get off the internet, snuggle your [cat/dog/kid/significant other] and go outside and touch some frickin' grass.

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Five year old Elizabeth's picture presented to her grandfather

While visiting my daughter, her husband, and their children, my five year old granddaughter, Elizabeth, presented Grandpa with the picture of defense against a bear. She had created it just for Grandpa on the morning of the day after I arrived. The picture is on ordinary 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper. The bear in the picture, with fearsome teeth and claws, appears to be about fourteen feet tall, as compared to the human figures in the lower right corner. The humans consist of one man and two women shooting handguns at the bear.

I was informed by Elizabeth, the woman on the far right has a handgun in her hand, but it is hidden by her long hair. Elizabeth said, after the people defend themselves from the bear, they will have bear steak.

My grandchildren have loved to have me tell them bear stories. Instea...

SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – A woman was arrested for what police are calling a domestic shooting on Thursday evening.

According to police, they arrived in the 7800 block of Pines Road for a reported domestic incident involving a shooting and found a man and woman were involved in an altercation. 

The female, identified as 26-year-old Shacamrie Taylor, allegedly pulled a knife; the male responded by producing a firearm. Police said the two struggled for control of the firearm, ultimately discharging the gun.

 

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UPDATE: MCSO identified the person involved in the standoff as Reginald Thompson.

Authorities said he claims he was acting in self defense when he shot the person who was injured.

Officials said his case will be presented to a grand jury.

The person who was shot is in critical condition, according to deputies.

More Here


Sunday Meme Drop

by Midwest Chick in Non-Original Rants at 06:30, Sunday, 14 July

 





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04:55

Yeah, it’s the ammo.

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 12:11, Saturday, 13 July


I polished off that box of fifty Wolf rounds and then (sob) mag-dumped almost a whole box of the good stuff as fast as I could – and the Arex worked just fine.

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Preparedness Notes for Sunday — July 14, 2024

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:04, Sunday, 14 July

July 14 1789: Bastille Day – the French Revolution began with the storming of the Bastille Prison in Paris. It is now celebrated as France’s national day. — On July 14, 1609, The Darien scheme began with five ships, bearing about 1,200 people, departing Leith for the Isthmus of Panama — July 14th is the birthday of Colonel Einar A. Malmstrom. He was born in 1907 and died August 21, 1954 near Great Falls, Montana, in the crash of a T-33 jet. He was a decorated Air Force pilot, a Luft Stalag POW survivor, and test pilot. Malmstrom AFB was …

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Why We Do What We Do, by Hollyberry

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:03, Sunday, 14 July

Thankfully, we are blessed to live in a country where we still have choices to make that impact our lives. It is our job as Christians and citizens to make good decisions that affect us and others. The window of opportunity to have choices is getting narrower, soon it will be closed. Some folks laugh at homesteaders for doing things the hard way. You won’t be laughing later if something happens and you have to fend for yourself. Wake up people, and learn how to provide for yourself and your family. Make good choices. Learn from elders and experienced people …

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JWR’s Meme Of The Week:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:02, Sunday, 14 July

The latest meme created by JWR, based on an idea suggested by SurvivalBlog reader Andre in Belgium:   Meme Text: Joe, Born in 1878 Joe, Born in 1942 They Have More In Common Than Just Their Given Name Notes From JWR: Do you have a meme idea? Just e-mail me the concept, and I’ll try to assemble it. And if it is posted then I’ll give you credit. Thanks! Permission to repost memes that I’ve created is granted, provided that credit to SurvivalBlog.com is included.

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:01, Sunday, 14 July

“And if ye call on the Father, who without respect of persons judgeth according to every man’s work, pass the time of your sojourning here in fear: Forasmuch as ye know that ye were not redeemed with corruptible things, as silver and gold, from your vain conversation received by tradition from your fathers; But with the precious blood of Christ, as of a lamb without blemish and without spot: Who verily was foreordained before the foundation of the world, but was manifest in these last times for you, Who by him do believe in God, that raised him up from …

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One Half Inch

by Sheila Stokes in The Zelman Partisans at 03:52, Sunday, 14 July

We’ve long been hearing the violent left speak with impunity about attacking conservatives, including politicians. The feel they are entitled to threaten physical violence and joke openly about it.

Violent left

I’m sure we all remember the political rallies of 2020 when President Trump’s supporters were attacked by unhinged leftist. Women alone were mobbed, reporter Andy Ngo was viciously attacked and sustained several injuries. During the “summer of love” when Soros funded Antifa and communist groups like BLM ruled the streets motorists were trapped by “mostly peaceful” riots, cars were broken into and 9-1-1 calls were ignored. Our inept, dishonest Vice President Kakela Harris urged people to donate to spring violent antifa members that had been arrested. Setting them free to attack more innocent people, free to burn more buildings. That should have made it clear who’s side she was on.

For years now the corrupt, lying, morally bankrupt media has been assuring everyone Donald Trump is literally hitler! Under no circumstances can he be allowed to regain the white house...

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The Teflon Don...

by Glenn B in BALLSEYE'S BOOMERS at 22:24, Saturday, 13 July

...is what my son is calling Trump! Let's face it, he is one lucky man. An inch or so to the left and his skull would have at the least been creased, more likely would have wound up missing quite a bit of bone. Two or three inches to the left at most and his brain would have been mush!


He is lucky in one other way. Today, just short of four months to election day, Trump has won the 2024 race for the presidency. At least I believe this makes him unbeatable. So, if he lives until November, he is going to win the election. Let's hope there were no poisons on the round that hit him, something like Ricin in a hollow point, could be catastrophic. Let's also hope there are no more assassination attempts or other calamities that befall him.

As my son said too bad they killed the wannabe assassin. Lots might have been learned had he or she (or maybe even he-she) been taken alive.

...

Remember what I said last October:

Another “interesting” scenario, made more likely by the current high emotions on both sides of the political fence, are that the candidate for one party or another is assassinated. Then, before the election, the other major candidate is assassinated.

Today:

Former President Donald Trump was wounded on a Pennsylvania campaign stage by a sniper’s bullet Saturday night in an apparent assassination attempt that nearly claimed his life, law enforcement sources told The Post.

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The pictures from some angles look like a bullet ...

Saturday, 13 July

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He is apparently posting on Truth Social thst he is okay.  I suspect we will hear little or nothing about the shooter and his motives until after the election if ever.


You spend seven years calling someone a Russian agent and a semi-fascist and it can provoke unstable people which is I think the goal.


"A man with a rifle was seen minutes before shots were fired at a Donald Trump rally in Pennsylvania, a witness has told the BBC.

'Greg Smith said the man had crawled on top of a building just outside the event in Butler County on Friday evening.

'He said he pointed the gunman out to police.

"I'm thinking to myself 'Why is Trump still speaking, why have they not pulled him off the stage'... the next thing you know, five shots ring out."

Aftermath

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 21:31, Saturday, 13 July

 I'm watching the news about the Trump shooting.

Political violence is never the answer.  The shooter is to be condemned in the strongest terms.  We don't know who he is at this point.

CBS is calling this a "strategic failure" of the security detail.  I'm not going to blame the security detail.  There may have been a failure, but I know how these things happen.  This is the shooter's fault.  I understand that the shooter is dead, but we don't yet know who he was, which tells me that he wasn't a Republican.

Now is not the time for retribution.  We'll take that in the ballot box.  I'm just now hearing that the shooter was 200-300 yards away, using an AR style rifle.  We'll learn more later.

What strikes me as odd, CBS is not referring to the AR style rifle as a "high powered" cartridge.

Here is waht I'm listening to right now.

As we learn more, I'll have more.  I'd really like to learn how they reveal the identity and background of the shooter.

We'll learn more tomorrow.

Trump assassination attempt – first thoughts

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 20:00, Saturday, 13 July

Just minutes ago, we here at TPOL first learned of someone shooting Donald Trump at a rally in Pennsylvania, which apparently had happened about 30 minutes earlier.

We saw video and what sounded like 8, maybe 10 shots, heralding the increasing potential for seeing the nation collapse.

But what we really noted was the way the mainstream media tried to spin the event, even while viewing and hearing what was clearly going on.

CNN, for example had this headline “Trump speech interrupted by Secret Service,” and the “live coverage” had voice-over of a woman saying “we” can’t tell what the sounds were.

USA Today? “Trump removed from stage by Secret Service after loud noises startles former president” and does not report the blood on Trump’s ear and face, clearly visible.

NBC tells us that “Secret Service rushes Trump offstage after popping noises heard at his rally” again reporting nothing about shots, blood, or the way the crowd reacted.

Others claim that Trump was ordered down to “the ground” by either the Secret Service or the crowd. Again,...

Hatred breeds contempt and stupidity

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 20:00, Saturday, 13 July

As the Democratic Party seems to be on the verge of internal civil war – seeking someone, anyone who can replace Uncle Joe and Auntie Kamala on the November ticket, there are more examples of what passes for drastic action on the part of Congressional leaders to deal with that evil monster and destroyer of democracy, The Donald.

One of the latest is reported by MSM today. Dear, dear leader Chuck Schumer is introducing legislation to declare that what The Donald did on 6 January 2021 (and no doubt much else) is NOT any sort of official act by a sitting POTUS. Thus overturning the infamous SCOTUS Nazgul ruling that POTUS is immune from prosecution for whatever awful things he did.

I wonder if Dear Leader Schumer will include a mandatory death penalty for such heinous acts?

As that may be, it seems that Mr. Schmer has perhaps overlooked some things.

  1. Can he really...

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In a discussion of the formation of the Rockies, Laramide Orogeny.  As the speaker said, all I could think of what North America's Orogenous Zones.

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It Has Happened Here

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 15:11, Saturday, 13 July

The Biden regime threw a political opponent into prison earlier this month. His crime? Steve Bannon asserted executive privilege and defied a partisan subpoena from Congressional democrats.

Democrat Attorneys General Eric Holder and Merrick Garland and Head of IRS Lois Lerner all did exactly the same thing and were never punished.

Naomi Wolf expresses the sense of outrage and indignation that every American should share.

This Madness, This Cycle

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 14:45, Saturday, 13 July

Between normal day-to-day, and going to the doctor's office, I am struck by how weird this election cycle is getting.  It's so weird that even the Babylon Bee is stymied.

Every Republican I know wants Joe to stay in the race.  Popcorn sales are up, we're just watching the steady decline of a man who has won the Democrat nomination, fair and square.  Yet, there is an active coup d'état among the mainstream media, Hollywood, and some members of Congress.  It's stunning to watch.

Biden went through the primary process, say about it what you might, but he won the delegates.  He deserves the nomination.  Yet, they are actively plotting against him,   Trying to disenfranchise millions of voters who pulled the lever for Biden.  This is the party that tells us that democracy is at stake?

Trump, on the other hand, is simply sitting back, watching this unfold.  To paraphrase a great military mind, Never interrupt your opponent when he is destroying himself.

I really ned to run to the store and pick up some more popcorn.

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The VPC Must Want Them Dead

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 09:00, Saturday, 13 July

Quote of the Day

The firearms industry, looking to expand beyond its shrinking base of white male gun owners, has focused its marketing efforts on Black, Latino, and Asian Americans. If successful, such efforts can only increase gun death and injury in these communities.

Violence Policy Center
July 9, 2024
Nearly 90 Percent of Black Homicide Victims Killed With Guns, Study Finds | Violence Policy Center (vpc.org)

Interesting. The VPC is claiming the “gun death and injury” rates in non-white communities will increase if their gun ownership rates increase. And that most guns are currently owned by white males… who happen to have much lower “gun death and injury” rates than the black males. That doesn’t make any sense. One would expect that since white males have low “gun death and injury” rates we should encourage other to look to them for clues as to how to obtain those same low “gun death and injury” rates. Such as owning guns and learning how to use them to defend yourself.

Logical thinking is not what...

Today we are checking out a bespoke gunsmith’s project; a DeLisle-inspired .45ACP Mauser built by Lars Rannstad Slang of Oslo. Using a commercial small-ring Mauser action, he fabricated a new bolt head, trigger guard, follower, and large aluminum mono-core suppressor to built a rifle that functions like a classic SOE DeLisle silenced carbine but with the aesthetics of a classy 1920s sporting rifle. It feeds from 5-round stripper clips, with an internal magazine instead of the original detachable magazine configuration of the DeLisle.

Thanks to Lars for giving me a chance to do some shooting with this awesome unique piece! You can follow all his projects on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gunsmith_lrs/

The post ...

Anybody Want a T-Shirt?

by Kevin in The Smallest Minority at 10:10, Saturday, 13 July

I had to finally retire my “Faith in Government” shirt and I can’t find a new one online, so I designed my own. I’ve used CustomInk before with good results. Here’s the new design:

If I can get orders for at least nine, they’d be $22/shirt plus shipping. Over at Facebook I have commitments for five. Sizes up to 4XL with Tall available. 2XL and larger are an additional $2.50.

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Many readers are interested in how various handgun calibers have performed in defense against bears. This is a complicated subject. Sometimes, any caliber will do. Sometimes a level of power may be required. Sometimes, a level of accuracy or speed may be required. Many permutations exist.  The most important aspect, if a confrontation occurs, is to have a firearm available, easily and quickly accessible. The specific caliber is less important. These updates include all the incidents we have been able to document to the date of the update, after several years of intense searches. We have always asked for examples of failures. Only four failures have been ...

Topeka police officers were told a person entered a business in the area that was closed. When the suspect was told it was closed, they allegedly pulled out a weapon and began to threaten the staff, but the staff ended up shooting the suspect.

The suspect ran and TPD later found him at a nearby hospital where he is now in stable condition.

More Here


Saturday Meme Drop

by Midwest Chick in Non-Original Rants at 06:30, Saturday, 13 July

 





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Red Dot Updates

by SLG in pistol-training.com at 07:00, Saturday, 13 July

It has been a while since I talked about the C&H RDS sights I have. That is because there has been nothing to report. The Comp, EDC XL, and the Duty all continue to work very well. The Duty is on a G22 and the others are on 9mm pistols. No drama with any of […]

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Preparedness Notes for Saturday — July 13, 2024

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:04, Saturday, 13 July

On July 13th,1772 Captain James Cook began his second voyage to the South Seas aboard HMS Resolution to search for Terra Australis (Southern continent) — On this day in 1787, Congress enacted the Northwest Ordinance structuring settlement of the Northwest Territory and creating a policy for the addition of new states to the nation. The Northwest Ordinance established the first organized US territory, set requirements for statehood – guaranteeing equal status with the original 13 states, outlawed slavery in the new lands, and protected civil liberties. The members of Congress knew that if their new confederation were to survive intact, …

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Prepping and Squaring Away Rifles – Part 2, by Tunnel Rabbit

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:03, Saturday, 13 July

(Continued from Part 1. This concludes the article.) Once the barrel is worn, as a handloader, a new load can be developed to extend the service life by tuning a new load for this worn barrel. Swedish Mauser 6.5×55 barrels for a variety of factors continue to shoot well even with a worn barrel. I have one such example that still shoots minute of angle (MOA) with my handloads even though the throat is well eroded, or “worn out” by most standards. My best Swedish Mauser has a barrel that is almost pristine so it was sent to a professional …

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Editors’ Prepping Progress

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:02, Saturday, 13 July

To be prepared for a crisis, every Prepper must establish goals and make both long-term and short-term plans. In this column, the SurvivalBlog editors review their week’s prep activities and planned prep activities for the coming week. These range from healthcare and gear purchases to gardening, ranch improvements, bug-out bag fine-tuning, and food storage. This is something akin to our Retreat Owner Profiles, but written incrementally and in detail, throughout the year.  We always welcome you to share your own successes and wisdom in your e-mailed letters. We post many of those — or excerpts thereof — in the Odds …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:01, Saturday, 13 July

“Therefore thus saith the Lord God, Behold, I lay in Zion for a foundation a stone, a tried stone, a precious corner stone, a sure foundation: he that believeth shall not make haste. Judgment also will I lay to the line, and righteousness to the plummet: and the hail shall sweep away the refuge of lies, and the waters shall overflow the hiding place. And your covenant with death shall be disannulled, and your agreement with hell shall not stand; when the overflowing scourge shall pass through, then ye shall be trodden down by it. From the time that it …

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