Thursday, 26 May


The word for the day: "Cacor"

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 14:40, Thursday, 26 May

This is Latin basically for "Poopyhead".  Tacitus was there when it was excavated which is pretty cool.  It's also cool to know that around 200 AD or so, someone thought that Secundus was a big ole poopyhead, and went to the trouble to carve this into a stone.

I don't think that Glen Filthie was around back then, but maybe his great Grandad? 

The moral?  People weren't so very different 2000 years ago.  

 Governor Holcomb vetoed several bills this term.  One of them, the bill to keep boys who 'identify' as girls out of girls' sports had his veto overridden.  As a note, it does not keep girls out of boys' sports.

His reasoning for the veto was straw-argument at best:  that there is no existing problem that would be addressed by the legislation and that the state is going to get sued.

I still think that he was under pressure from the NCAA, based in Indianapolis.

One Republican senator, Ed Charbonneu, voted no with the Dems on the override.

Hearing All Kinds of THings

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 11:09, Thursday, 26 May

 Forty-eight hours into the aftermath of the Uvalde school shooting, we're hearing all kinds of things.

Latest info is that the shooter came in through an unlocked back door.  That is sad, yet fully understandable.  School staff (both faculty and support staff) want to be able to easily endter a school building and don't want to be bothered with things like locks.  I get it.

I've also heard that the school distirct had some variant of security officer. What he or she was doing as theis situation unfolded is still unclear.  We do know that a Border Patrol SWAT team was in the area and responded, eventually taking down the shooter.  Kudos to them, but from the timeline I'm hearing, they were following standard SWAT protocols, which may or may not have been the right thing to do at the time.

I'm not here to second-guess those guys.  I was not there.  They responded according to their training.

I spent sixteen years serving as a School Resource Officer, and I hold an advanced certification from the National Association of School Resource Officers.  I have some expertise in this field. I retied on April 1, 2918.&nbs...

Don’t Let Dettelbach Slip in Under the Radar

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:02, Thursday, 26 May

[T]he Senate Judiciary Committee considered the nomination of Steve Dettelbach to run the ATF during a hearing on Wednesday. [More]

With everything going on, this one isn’t getting the scrutiny it needs, meaning Republicans aren’t getting the scrutiny they need.

It’s not surprising that he can’t define “assault weapon,” but let’s not forget all the other questions.

[Via Jess]

We’re the Only Ones Mulling It Over Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:45, Thursday, 26 May

‘Let’s rush in because the cops aren’t doing anything’: Parents frustrated with ‘unprepared’ police outside Texas massacre school debated storming the building THEMSELVES while gunman was holed up inside for 90 minutes [More]

So when seconds count, police are 90 minutes away from actually doing anything?

In a secure society, engagement would be effectively immediate by on-scene personnel.

[Via bondmen]

UPDATE: Cops rescued their own kids?

[Via Brandon]

Makin’ Whoopi

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:38, Thursday, 26 May

Whoopi called on American citizens to call the cops on their own neighbors and friends if their arsenal is “too big.” “Does your neighbor have too big an arsenal? Call the cops!” Whoopi shouted as she falsely claimed the 2nd Amendment doesn’t cover AR-15s. [More]

Punch Republicans and SWAT gun owners? I guess when you’ve given yourself so many abortions you need to wear undergaskets, blaming and hating others is the only way to keep from looking inward.

Blast from the Past?

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:37, Thursday, 26 May

Two teens arrested in ‘mass casualty’ plot targeting a Uvalde middle school – One of the students had numerous writings and drawings which depicted weapons capable of causing mass destruction. He wrote about being “God-like” and killing police and other persons. [More]

That’s from 2018.  I never have understood keeping extreme public danger reptiles like this anonymous due to age.

Anybody know what ultimately happened to them and where they are now?


Then there’s this:

Uvalde CISD issued a statement on Thursday: Our school district is committed to the safety and education of all our students and we want to clearly communicate about safety issues when they arise. One of our Morales Junior High students was experiencing a crisis. Upon rendering aid and support, the student revealed a future plan to conduct a school shooting in the year of 2022…


We’re the Only Ones Forceful Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:14, Thursday, 26 May

Biden’s DOJ Releases New Guidance on Use-of-Force Policy for Federal Police [More]

B…B…B…Byrd, Byrd, Byrd, Byrd is the word

[Via bondmen]

Dem Rep Escobar: ‘Just Like We Regulate Vehicles and Cigarettes’ and Alcohol, We Should ‘Regulate Guns’ So People ‘Don’t Live in Fear’ [More]

You know, “dirty, deadly, and banned“…

[Via bondmen]

The Growing Southern Border Threat

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:00, Thursday, 26 May

Canadian national security task force is preparing for the collapse of the United States [More]

More like the Trudeaunians fear the influence of the  U.S. freedom movement will take root and grow on their soil.

[Via bondmen]

Holodomor 2.0

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:44, Thursday, 26 May

Leftists Are About to Kill Millions of People Right Before Our Eyes [More]

Like George Brougham said, “Evil does exist. Evil is.”

[Via Michael G]

Speaking of Revisionists…

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:26, Thursday, 26 May

In Heller, faux originalists like Scalia were disingenuous, writing out of the Constitution the militia clause. [More]

Some of us argue the only way to truly secure the right under law is to write it back in:

I see pompous lickspittle for the left Norman ignores the same challenges his fellow subversive violence monopolists have...

But if you are going to — listen, now, kids — advocate public policies based on the particular characteristics of particular firearms, then you have an intellectual and moral responsibility to be honest about those characteristics and not misrepresent them, rather than do as Professor Cornell has done and simply invent some scientific-sounding fiction to bolster your weak rhetorical case. [More]

Now there’s a surprise.

Hey, what awards has that guy won? I’m thinking about how they took the Bancroft Prize from Michael Bellesiles and wondering if organizations can be shamed anymore or if they’re just too in-your-face woke to care.

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Speaking of Sick SOBs

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:45, Thursday, 26 May

There are several here who fit the definition of “Sick Son of a Bitch” in this picture, but none go by the name of Beto. Look instead at the freaks who keep gutting gun laws so 18 year olds can buy weapons designed for war to go into schools and slaughter babies. THAT is sick. [More]

What a whore.

[Via Michael G]

Unclear on the Concept

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:29, Thursday, 26 May

Oklahoma! Every night my honey lamb and I rub ourselves with mace to keep us safe as bears breach the screen of our lanai [More]

From  my Oct. 2005 “The Bear Necessities” piece for Guns Magazine:

The problem is, U.S. Geological Survey researcher Tom Smith has documented cases where pepper spray has proven to be an attractant, and observed “bears on their backs, paws skyward, vigorously rubbing their heads and back in the red pepper-sprayed gravel.”

They probably like Olives, too.

[Via Michael G]


The Fudd’s Lament

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:16, Thursday, 26 May

For decades, these firearms manufacturers have—in both subtle and not-so-subtle ways—convinced white people that they need to buy arsenals to protect themselves from people of color. [More]

Firearms manufacturers had nothing to do with it. That’s all on the cultural terraformers and their destructive transformational policies.

The guy doesn’t have a clue on why we have a Second Amendment. Good idea, though on “mak[ing] firearms education a national priority,” except the teachers’ unions would no doubt screw it up.

[Via DDS]

Do the Math

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:01, Thursday, 26 May

Either way, Schumer’s planned stunt votes on gun control have been postponed on account of math [More]


Isn’t that racist?

[Via Michael G]


by admin in The War on Guns at 10:56, Thursday, 26 May

Bishop who tried to arrange Q train shooter’s surrender an ex-con who calls Eric Adams a ‘mentor, friend’ [More]

Well, we are known by the company we keep…

B&T USA Ships SPC9 PDW SD Suppressed

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 14:00, Thursday, 26 May

Back in January 2022, B&T USA announced the arrival of the SPC9 – Special Purpose Carbine. Well, now they’ve introduced the SPC9 PDW SD. The new SPC9 PDW SD is a 9x19mm pistol caliber carbine. Essentially a short-barrelled rifle (SBR) with an integrally suppressed, ported barrel compatible with the RBS (Reduced Backpressure System) suppressor. B&T USA @ […]

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Introducing the WMP - Walther Magnum Pistol in .22 WMROutside of revolvers and maybe two semi-auto options that I can think of off the top of my head, there really isn’t a great variety of .22WMR handguns currently on the market. However, today we’re seeing one more option with the introduction of the WMP or Walther Magnum Pistol chambered in the spicy .22WMR rimfire […]

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The Full Centimeter: SIG Drops the P320 XTEN 10mm Pistol10mm ain’t dead yet. That’s right, SIG Sauer has just dropped the new XTEN 10mm P320 pistol. The new pistol will feature a brand new 5″ bull barrel, an all-new XSeries grip module, and an optics-ready slide that is all set to mount some of the toughest pistol-mounted optics in the industry. This new 10mm […]

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The SIG P320 in 10mm is HERE! SIG P320 X-Ten Review

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Thursday, 26 May

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves reveals the new SIG P320 X-Ten, SIG’s long-awaited 10mm P320. The X-Ten is not an entry-level P320. Instead, SIG’s 10mm polymer pistol is being released as a premium product built for accuracy. With optic readiness (Trijicon RMR footprint and compatible with the SIG Romeo 2), a 4lb flat […]

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If Only Someone Regulated Firearms

by Carl "Bear" Bussjaeger in The Zelman Partisans at 12:39, Thursday, 26 May

I mentioned this on my personal blog yesterday, but I think the utter stupidity of Texas Rep. Escobar deserves more attention. This is jaw-dropping.

Dem Rep. Escobar: We Regulate Tobacco, Alcohol, Roadways — ‘Guns Should Be No Different’
Wednesday on MSNBC’s “José Díaz-Balart Reports,” Rep. Veronica Escobar (D-TX) doubled down on her call for guns to be regulated much like tobacco, alcohol, and roadways in the wake of the shooting at a Texas elementary school that left 19 children dead.

As I said yesterday…

There’s this little known agency called the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives that regulates alcohol, tobacco, FIREARMS, and explosives, you effin’ ditz.

And what minuscule number of laws and regs might they they b...


Any black person who fights for gun control is nothing more than a tool for their own destruction.

UR a Smart Ass, Carl @Ur_a_Smartass_C
Tweeted on May 23, 2022
[Carl has an interesting story to tell about his conversion from “a young gun control Democrat” to owning a safe (or three, I’m not sure) full.of guns.—Joe]

The Long and Winding Road

by Tam in View From The Porch at 09:17, Thursday, 26 May

One of the most underlined passages in Night Watch, according to Kindle:

In my circle of friends, we even have a single word for it: Derpeste.

It's all a road of improve...

So gun control is back on the menu

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 09:38, Thursday, 26 May

Color me skeptical that the Democrats can do much in the current political situation - their margins in Congress are razor thin and rely on a fair number of Democrats from gun friendly states like West Virginia.  But we're hearing the usual banging of the gun control drum, so it's time to dust this 4 year old post off.  I mean, it's on the right hand side bar for your convenience, but some things need to be said again, and again.

(originally posted March 2, 2018)

I confess. I'm not opposed to gun control.

Lessons Not Learned

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 14:42, Thursday, 26 May

 Both Columbine and Parkland shootings emphasized rapid response to an active shooter, not waiting around.  5/26/22 AP:

UVALDE, Texas (AP) — Frustrated onlookers urged police officers to charge into the Texas elementary school where a gunman’s rampage killed 19 children and two teachers, witnesses said Wednesday, as investigators worked to track the massacre that lasted upwards of 40 minutes and ended when the 18-year-old shooter was killed by a Border Patrol team.

“Go in there! Go in there!” nearby women shouted at the officers soon after the attack began, said Juan Carranza, 24, who saw the scene from outside his house, across the street from Robb Elementary School in the close-kn...

 Navy Lt. William Moseley has twenty-two years of experience in the Navy.  When the mandate came down, he could have retired or he could have tried for a religious exemption (the second really wasn't an option since the military stated they weren't giving exemptions).

He went the third path and took it to the administration board at his separation hearing. The Pentagon is treating non-compliance with this mandate as insubordination and has started separating military from service on that basis (which has a lot of bad ramifications for the serviceman).

The board unanimously decided that the mandate/order was unlawful and Lt Moseley remains in service.  The reason is that the FDA approved versions of the Pfizer or Moderna shots are not available in the United States and there can be no mandates for experimental shots.

The thing is, this was brought up when the mandate first came down and was ignored.  Thousands of military men have been separated from service.  


FN America Announces New FN 15 DMR3 Rifles

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Thursday, 26 May

FN America Announces New FN 15 DMR3 RiflesFN America have announced the introduction of their new FN 15 DMR3 rifles. Chambered in 5.56x45mm, the new DMR3 has an 18-inch hybrid profile barrel with a 1:8 twist and is available in matte black anodized, factory Cerakote flat dark earth (FDE) or tungsten gray finishes. The rifle comes with a Geissele two-stage G2S trigger and SureFire […]

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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHollywood has at best what I would call a tenuous relationship with the firearms industry. Much of the content that Hollywood puts out is often the inspiration for many potential young gun owners even if it’s not the intent. When I was a child, I distinctly remember wanting to have guns from specific movies like […]

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Active Killer Math

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 06:31, Thursday, 26 May

* This is a guest post from my friend Ed Monk.  Ed has done the math on this problem and is one of the world’s leading authorities on active killers.

The faster we can stop the killer, the fewer bodies we will have. Read his post below for the exact mathematical details.

Having armed security staff on site may have a general deterrent effect, but the prime advantage of armed security is reducing the body count.
An analogy might be to compare armed school staff with a fire extinguisher. Having a fire extinguisher on scene doesn’t prevent a fire, but it does limit the fire’s damage. That’s what armed school staff do…limit the damage.

I highly recommend Ed as a trainer.  I’ve attended several of his lectures at the Rangemaster Tactical Conference and will be attending his Active Shooter Instructor class as a paying student in October.  You can see his training schedule at the Last Resort Firearms Training Page on Facebook.



By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com Image(s) Credit(s): RISE Armament May 24, 2022 Last updated on 5/24/22. The RISE Armament RA-535 Advanced-Performance Trigger (APT) is a very interesting drop-in AR trigger with a very short and light trigger pull AND a short reset. Videos first started trickling out about it about six years …

Climate change Elitism - 1500 private jets

by Rivrdog in Nom de plume: Rivrdog at 02:56, Thursday, 26 May

It doesn't get any more in-our-faces than this: 3,000 attendees to the World Economic Forum go to Davos Switzerland in 1,500 private jets. Most of the jets have luxury seats for 8 to 12 in them. Two elites per airplane this time and they are already trying to get us out of our fuel powered cars. No, not just your...

Beto gets the Bum's Rush

by Rivrdog in Nom de plume: Rivrdog at 02:41, Thursday, 26 May

Beto the Burglar, perennial unsuccessful candidate for TX Governor, crashed TX Gov. Abbott's presser on the Uvalde mass murder, and got the heave-ho. Good!

Preparedness Notes for Thursday — May 26, 2022

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:04, Thursday, 26 May

May 26, 2022 is the 32nd wedding anniversary of Don and Patrice Lewis.  Patrice is the Editrix of the excellent Rural Revolution blog. May 26th is the birthday of Randall Hank Williams (Hank Williams, Jr.) He was born 1949. When not touring, he lives Somewhere in Montana, so he qualifies as a Redoubter. — Today we present a guest article that is not eligible for judging in the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest.

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Should I Stay Or Should I Go Now?, by Kevin R. Berg

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:03, Thursday, 26 May

The title of this article is an echo of a song title, by The Clash. This essay is about how I will choose an area for further investigation before moving to the American Redoubt. This summer I will load the family into our RV for a trip through Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and South Dakota. As we travel, we will all be looking out for the pluses and minuses of each area. I have already marked up a paper travel map of the route and we can make marks on the map to remind us later. When I make a long …

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The Survivalist’s Odds ‘n Sods

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:02, Thursday, 26 May

SurvivalBlog presents another edition of The Survivalist’s Odds ‘n Sods— a collection of news bits and pieces that are relevant to the modern survivalist and prepper from “JWR”. Our goal is to educate our readers, to help them to recognize emerging threats, and to be better prepared for both disasters and negative societal trends. You can’t mitigate a risk if you haven’t first identified a risk. Today, we look at upcoming wheat shortages. World Has Just Ten Weeks’ Worth of Wheat World has just ten weeks’ worth of wheat left after Ukraine war. The article begins: “The world has just …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:01, Thursday, 26 May

“Require nothing unreasonable of your officers and men, but see that whatever is required be punctually complied with. Reward and punish every man according to his merit, without partiality or prejudice; hear his complaints; if well founded, redress them; if otherwise, discourage them, in order to prevent frivolous ones. Discourage vice in every shape, and impress upon the mind of every man, from the first to the lowest, the importance of the cause, and what it is they are contending for.”- George Washington

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The homie Print Shoot Repeat back at it 👏:

6:34 – ~$950 ($650 if you want to press the trunion yourself) for the 3D printed version VS ~$3680 for the H&K SP5

6:58 – Holy that kit looks high quality.

Test firing it:

038 – LOL the song is incredible.


Clowns With Guns

by ENDO-Mike in Everyday No Days Off – Gun Blog at 03:01, Thursday, 26 May


Youtube continues to serve me up the most NICHE gun (and most often useless) related content I’ve never seen before.

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In 2019 Springfield Armory released the Hellcat 3-inch Micro-Compact with 13+1 rounds of 9mm capacity. Later, in 2021 came the Hellcat Pro compact pistol which offers a 15+1 capacity in a smaller footprint than any other gun in its class. With both of these pistols available, how does one choose which size she wants for her EDC? Following is a comparison to help you make an educated decision before heading to your local firearms store. 

The anticipation of the hunt is always makes me feel excited.  The prep of the A400 Shotguns, chokes and turkey loads is the most important step.  I want my hunters to be successful and having the best equipment is foremost on my mind.  The annual turkey hunt at Woods-N-Water Services is not one to miss.  It truly is a learning experience.  First order of business with new hunters is safety and shooting lessons.  But the most important to me is setting expectations.  If every turkey you hear gobble came running in on a string, turkey hunting wouldn’t be as much fun.  There is a certain challenge that I enjoy in the hunt for the perfect timing and set up to get the Gobbler. And the eastern turkey may just be the smarted and hardest turkey to hunt.  

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This year we hosted two new turkey hunters.   We introduced them to the world of turkey hunting by starting at the beginning.  We learned about the A400 shotgun and how to put them together.  For some new hunters they have ...


Best AR-10 Complete Upper Receivers

by Tyler Elsberry in Recoil at 23:35, Wednesday, 25 May


Wednesday, 25 May


TFB Review: MP5 Heckfire Trigger by ShootingSight

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 20:00, Wednesday, 25 May

When it comes to roller delayed blowback guns like the MP5 or G3, your options for triggers are rather limited. You can either buy another German trigger or have someone polish a factory trigger hoping for better results. Well, ShootingSight came out with their Heckfire drop-in trigger for MP5s and G3 clones. Let’s take a […]

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So it turns out...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 18:47, Wednesday, 25 May

 ...that the kook in TX was wearing a plate carrier but hadn't put any plates in it.

Statistically this seems to be the most common discovery after the breathless media claims of "tactical vest" and "body armor"; the Buffalo kook was an anomaly in actually wearing plates. 

Plate carriers and chest rigs are cheap and readily available, especially for people not caring if they get airsoft-tier gear for their one-way trip, while plates themselves are harder to source and a lot more expensive. The middle of an active shooter incident is not the time to be trying to puzzle out whether homie is wearing armor or not.

Besides, even loaded spare mags in a chest rig make pretty good defense against pistol bullets, especially slow fat ones like .45ACP and .44Spl.


 Obviously I am only up to 1947.

Como, Colo. (1895)

Before 5/8/1895: Man rumored to have put one of his daughters “in a delicate condition” took revenge on the school board, with whom he had existing bad history.  He murdered three directors of the school board.

Category: public

Suicide: no

Cause: revenge

Weapon: unknown[1]


First Look: FN 15 DMR3

by David Lane in Recoil at 17:36, Wednesday, 25 May

FN 15 dmr3-fde-right

CZ BRENPhoto Of The Day, with pictures of the CZ Bren from the sky as well as the ground. The pictures are from the NATO enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group Latvia where the Czech Republic contingent prepared for a two-day small arms shooting competition for the Battle Group. Soldiers from all nations at Camp Adazi participated […]

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Revolvers From a Local Gun AuctionThanks for joining us on another Wheelgun Wednesday on TFB, where we try to cover all things revolvers. This week, we’ll take a quick look at the two revolvers I scored from a local gun auction, a Harrington & Richardson Auto Ejecting .32 S&W, and a Smith & Wesson 1917. I’m still quite stoked that […]

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Ruling here. It's a long one, I haven't had time to read and outline it yet. But some courts can be inventive in getting around a law they don't like, and a skim sounds like that's the case here.


by Borepatch in Borepatch at 13:15, Wednesday, 25 May

 Stolen from Chris Lynch, who you should follow regularly.  If you did, you would know that Starlink Internet for RVs is now available.

Mass Murder Prevented

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 15:27, Wednesday, 25 May

 Chicago, Ill. (1947)

05/18/1947: Three murderers attempted a robbery at a party of 32 people, which included a judge and his bailiff.  While the robbers lined up the women in the kitchen, the bailiff retrieved his pistol.  Another guest tripped one of the robbers; the bailiff shot one robber.  The other two robbers then shot to death the bailiff and another guest.

Category: residential

Suicide: no

Cause: robbery

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Federal Gun Licensing

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 15:24, Wednesday, 25 May

The Democrats are screaming for this.  Two questions:

1. What would a federal license have done in Texas?  He bought the rifles after his 18th birthday so likely a dealer sale with background check.  What else would a license do?  Show that he liked to wear black eyeliner?  So licensing will be transphobic?  He dropped out of high school?  Will graduation be required?  A full psychiatric evaluation would likely have raised flags but how many people have little eccentricities.  Some of them are throupled members of Congress.

2. "Like a driver's license." You mean available to anyone without public safety implicated crimes?  You mean with a safety test that only the dumbest fail?

Yes.  Like a driver's license.  Good anywhere in America.   Valid to carry, possess or buy any gun in any state.  I can rent a car at a...

Indian Land Dispossesion

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 13:02, Wednesday, 25 May

 From the manifesto of the Buffalo mass murderer:

By living in the United States, weren’t you an immigrant yourself? 

Yes, and it seems we immigrants seem to bring a whole host of issues. Although the land technically belongs to its native people, The United States now belongs to Whites because removing Whites from all of the United States is impossible. They are simply rooted too deeply into the land. The same thing applies with other White countries that are not in Europe.[emphasis added]

The rest of the manifesto is sort of environmentalist-nationalist.  Loudly, not a Christian or conservative. 

[Ed: This was first published by James Fite on Liberty Nation News May 21. Used with permission. I’d probably have said “progressives” rather than “Democrats” because some Democrats still think rationally about guns. ] The political left loves to paint gun violence as a public health crisis – an epidemic, according to the Biden administration – […]

Who’s Responsible?

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 13:59, Wednesday, 25 May

The Dry Martini

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 13:39, Wednesday, 25 May

Bird Dog, on Maggie’s Farm, linked Roger Angell’s New Yorker 2002 tribute to the greatest of all cocktails, the Martini.

The Martini is in, the Martini is back—or so young friends assure me. At Angelo and Maxie’s, on Park Avenue South, a thirtyish man with backswept Gordon Gekko hair lowers his cell as the bartender comes by and says, “Eddie, gimme a Bombay Sapphire, up.” At Patroon, a possibly married couple want two dirty Tanquerays—gin Martinis straight up, with the bits and leavings of a bottle of olives stirred in. At Nobu, a da...

This almost went under my radar.  Brandon's Dept of Ed has declared that unless schools allow boys to use girls' bathrooms and showers and let faculty and staff cross-dress, then the school won't get any federal money for lunches, breakfasts, and snacks.  This comes on the heels of reports that showed how school closures and loss of access to school meals particularly affected poor students.

Control of food has always been in the tyrant's handbook and it looks like is using it to force compliance on schools who really like to see kids get fed.  

The poor and girls are both going to bear the brunt of being pawns in this particular game.

The executive branch has been completely weaponized and is being used to circumvent the Constitution.

 Counting the Texas School Board association, who voted yesterday to leave the National School Board Association, the NSBA has lost almost half its membership (23 former members) for being government colluding asshats.  

And although they tried desperately to push it onto their former leadership, the whole Board of directors (or whatever) saw the letter and did not cry foul (maybe fowl would be more appropriate?) or try to stop it.

I note that Indiana's Association is still a member and wonder why.  Maybe I'll make a couple of phone calls...

The Age of Impunity

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:59, Wednesday, 25 May

What It Means That ‘Hillary Clinton Did It’ [More]

Totalitarians are now emboldened to believe they can literally get away with anything and the media will give them cover…?

[Via bondmen]

Weapons of War

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:52, Wednesday, 25 May

What Weapons Are Banned Or Restricted In War? [More]

Don’t tell us. Tell government gun confiscators.

[Via bondmen]

Fists of Fury

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:30, Wednesday, 25 May

A man who was punched by another driver during a road-rage incident on McKinley Drive has died, according to the Tampa Police Department. [More]

So just because a man is “unarmed” doesn’t mean he’s not dangerous and shouldn’t be repelled with superior force?

Has anybody told “Real Man“?

[Via Remarks]

U.K. Launches National Firearm Surrender Campaign [More]

Not everyone will “take advantage” of the “amnesty”…

Still “Nope” over here.

[Via Jess]

Developing a Workaround

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:01, Wednesday, 25 May

After months of preparation, we are ready to go public with our explosive report on the ATF’s nefarious gun registry. After pouring over hundreds of pages of secret documents that we were able to secure through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), we have found undeniable proof that the ATF’s registry – which they claim is only used to trace firearms used in crimes – is indeed a centralized and searchable registry of gun owners in total violation of the law. [More]

Curious, how the Democrats who want to impose new laws will break laws to do it.

Never Say Never Again

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:52, Wednesday, 25 May

“The goal of this prosecution will be to permanently disarm this individual, and in fact, the greatest success that we can have in this case is for him to be a convicted felon, he can never possess firearms in this state again. [Watch]

Anybody see any flaws in that presumption…?

[Via 1Gat]

On This We Can Agree

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:34, Wednesday, 25 May

Call it what it is — ‘permitless carry’ [More]

Been saying that myself for some time. There are still plenty of intolerable infringements.

As for the rest of the non sequitur hysteria, what else wold se expect from a MILM getting free publicity in a USA Today/Gannett Publication?…

[Via Jess]

My Kind of Razzmatazz

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:10, Wednesday, 25 May

Chicago Massacre Suspect Had Felony Record, Told Cops He ‘Had to Do It’ [More]

That’s probably the best argument for disarming you and me that I’ve ever heard, which says something sab0out all the others.

Here’s the real not-so-hidden danger:

[H]e got the Glock from a cousin via Indiana, and that the auto switch can be bought for about $20 on the street.

Count on the antis trying to use this to “reclassify” semiautos as machineguns.

And forget it, Jake. It’s Chi-Town.

[Via Michael G]

If there’s a silver lining – or a “hoist with [her] own petard” ending to this, it’s that Brown is now a felon and prohibited by “law” from owning a gun for the rest of her life. [More]

You wouldn’t expect a criminal who knows she’s untrustworthy to trust others.

Some Things Best Left Unsaid?

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:43, Wednesday, 25 May

Twitter Locks My Account Over Defending My Right To Use Lethal Force In Self-Defense [More]

I’d be interested in seeing what he was responding to and knowing if that person reported him.

Interesting that the rules include “wishing or hoping that someone experience physical harm.”  They never pulled that on my children’s attacker

[Via Michael G]

We’re the Only Ones Clear on the Concept Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:29, Wednesday, 25 May

“Every single one of our officers now has an M4 platform system which is comparable to the AR 15 and the necessary rounds to make sure that we’re going to be successful eliminating this threat,” said Tony.

The sheriff said for real impact, the laws need to be changed.

“I’ve heard this narrative for years now that, well, the AR 15 is a sport weapon, it’s a match weapon, you can use it for all of these things. No, it’s a combat ready weapon designed to destroy,” he said. [More]

You’re coming through loud and clear, sheriff…

[Via 1Gat]

A Better Ending

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:20, Wednesday, 25 May

69-yr-old Florida woman says she warned home invader to ‘back off dude’, but he didn’t. Now, he’s dead. [More]

Fact: Every single gun ownership and “stand your ground” opponent would rather she and her partner had been slaughtered in their home than armed.

[Via bondmen]

Another Point of Agreement

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:10, Wednesday, 25 May

MSNBC’s Reid: Canada, Mexico Should Build Border Walls in Response to U.S. Mass Shootings [More]

Twice in one day!

Not that this or this will stop, but then, we are dealing with an idiot.

Hey, I don’t care why they do it, but I’m all for the idea.

[Via bondmen]

Rigby Limited Edition Falling Block Rifle (1)Praised by many professional hunters of the golden age of Safaris and Shikars, the Farquharson pattern falling block single shot rifles are extremely robust and lightweight firearms that have been produced by most of the British deluxe gunmakers at some point in their history. John Rigby & Co. have revived this type of action in […]

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All the Little Angels Rise Up

by Tam in View From The Porch at 12:20, Wednesday, 25 May

Never forget the Glorious Revolution of the Twenty-Fifth of May, and the people's struggle for justice, freedom, reasonably-priced love, and a hard-boiled egg.

(It's easily my favorite Discworld novel... one of my favorite novels, period, actually. Sir Pterry at the peak of his powers. I think I'll read it again.)

This Week's Episode...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 11:25, Wednesday, 25 May

Unplanned walkabout...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 11:21, Wednesday, 25 May

I've been shuttling an immunocompromised friend to medical appointments a couple times a week, so I figured it would probably be a good idea to stay current on shots, just to be on the safe side. Accordingly, I went and got a second Moderna booster yesterday.

My appointment was at the public lieberry at 42nd & College at 1130. The weather was lovely, so I walked to the 54th Street Red Line stop, arriving at five minutes after eleven, only to watch the southbound bus pull away just before I arrived.

"No problem," I think, "The buses run every 10-15minutes."

*glance at station monitor, which informs me the next southbound bus is 37 minutes out*

"Well, shit. I can walk to 42nd Street in 37 minutes."

So I did.

The bus, of course, whooshed past just as I was walking up to the library door.

There was a friendly rent-a-cop in a folding chair just inside the entrance, who greeted me and gestured me into the room where they were set up to augment my 5G reception.

On the way out, I noticed he was carrying a stainless Third Gener...

The Texas Murderer

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 16:24, Wednesday, 25 May

5/25/22 Sky News reports he bought the two AR15 type rifles the day after his 18th birthday and that he worked part-time at a Wendy's.  I see about $1600 worth of rifles.   How does a Wendy's part timer save up that much money?

Other reports indicate that had been bullied in school and had a drug addicted mother.  Pretty typical modern family: drug addicted mother; no father mentioned; "free-range children."   I know it is not cool to say this but unless some of these destructive social patterns are disrupted, we will eventually lose.  Justices watch CNN.

There is a picture floating around purporting to show the murderer cross-dressed.  My first reaction is Fake. (Some reports describe his mental decline as including letting his grow out.  This could also be laziness, 1960s costume party, or organic version of a tinfoil hat.)    If you find a properly sourced version, let me know. Your inbox is about as trustworthy as Russ...

Tucker and Colion

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 10:18, Wednesday, 25 May

Tucker and Colion break it down for us.  

A Public/Private Partnership

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:43, Wednesday, 25 May

ATF Partners with Anti-gun Researchers to Expand Agency’s Power [More]

True, and  I see all the usual suspects.

There’s also the unstated danger of when they partner with “our side.”

Uh-oh. Looks like all these guys are “enemies.”

We’re the Fauxnly Ones Convincing Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:30, Wednesday, 25 May

A Texas man dressed up as a police officer to get inside a home to rob the people inside before he was later arrested, authorities said. [More]

Made possible by people being oblivious of their rights…

As I’ve noted before, be aware of The Fauxnly Ones Files. You never know when an “I was afraid he might not be a real cop” defense could use some validation that it’s a widespread and frequent enough phenomenon to be a legitimate justification for resistance.

[Via Mack H]


A Time for Eyes and Ears

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:16, Wednesday, 25 May

19 children, 2 teachers killed in Texas elementary school shooting [More]

Now is the time to find out details. I’m going to hold off until I do before saying more than this: It took men with guns to stop the monster.

That and so much for assurances.

UPDATES (I guess this post will be today’s aggregator for unfolding developments):

Why Not?

by Kevin in The Smallest Minority at 10:46, Wednesday, 25 May

A couple of years ago I answered a question over at Quora: Why did the Gun Control Act of 1968 fail to solve the issue of mass shootings?

In light of recent events, I thought I’d share my answer:


Because a mass shooting requires only three things: A gun, someone willing to acquire, load, point and shoot the gun, and a group of three or more people other than the shooter.

There are, by several estimates, something between 300,000,000 and 500,000,000 guns currently in private hands in the United States. We have population in excess of 330,000,000 people. If 0.001% of that population meets criteria #2, they can get criteria #1. Every single day you’re probably part of criteria #3.

You’re looking at 3,300 potential shooters based on that off-the-cuff estimate.

Welcome to reality. Life is not safe.

Compare and Contrast:

by Kevin in The Smallest Minority at 10:23, Wednesday, 25 May


It’s not just spending — Biden’s record regulations are driving inflation too, – New York Post 5/23/22. Excerpt:

In its first year, Team Biden added more than 72,000 pages of regulations, executive orders and agency notices. … Biden’s team also pushed through more major regulations in his first year than any president in modern US history….


The Trump Administration’s Historic Year in Deregulation, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, December 18, 2017. Excerpt:

President Trump issued Executive Order 13,771, in January, ordering the executive branch regulatory agencies to roll back two regulations for each new regulation issued. On December 14, the Office of Info...

Read This:

by Kevin in The Smallest Minority at 09:56, Wednesday, 25 May

A Chink In The Armor Of The Progressive Administrative State.

I’ve read a lot of law, but I have not delved into the “Progressive Administrative State” as I should have. Excerpt:

The great mission of the early twentieth century Progressives was to transform our constitutional order without ever amending the Constitution itself. The intellectual leader of the movement was Woodrow Wilson. The fundamental idea was to replace the messy and contentious system of separated powers and slow bi-cameral lawmaking with a cadre of supposedly apolitical administrative “experts” who could run the country smoothly and efficiently.

The idea sounded rather benign to most people at the time, and probably still sounds benign to most people today. Who could be against having “experts” to run significant government agencies? But a hundred-plus years into this project, we have seen cancerous growth of vast administrative bureaucracies, outside the constitutional structure, and...

NEW Luth-AR MCA-22 Chassis for the Ruger 10/22

by Hrachya H in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Wednesday, 25 May

Luth-AR MCA-22 Chassis (11)Luth-AR has released a new chassis for the Ruger 10/22 and its clone actions. The new chassis is called MCA-22 (MCA stands for Modular Chassis Assembly). According to the company, this chassis is great for casual plinking, Tactical 22 matches, Steel Challenge, Practical Rimfire Challenge matches, or getting started in NRL22 competitions. Let’s take a closer […]

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New XS Sights Offerings for the Springfield SA-35 and Ruger LCP MAXThe Springfield Armory SA-35 and Ruger LCP MAX .380 couldn’t be any further apart in terms of what they do as pistols or how people would use them. However, that doesn’t mean that they don’t deserve good sights. XS Sights is proud to announce that they’ve added a couple of new night sight offerings for […]

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Yet be warned: once you get snagged by a surveillance camera, flagged by an AI predictive screening program, and placed on a government watch list—whether it’s a watch list for child neglect, a mental health watch list, a dissident watch list, a terrorist watch list, or a red flag gun watch list—there’s no clear-cut way to get off, whether or not you should actually be on there.

You will be tracked wherever you go, flagged as a potential threat and dealt with accordingly.

If you’re not scared yet, you should be.

John W. Whitehead & Nisha Whitehead
May 10, 2022
You’ve Been Flagged as a Threat: Predictive AI Technology Puts a Target on Your Back
[Prepare appropriately.—Joe]

Fault Lines

by Tam in View From The Porch at 08:15, Wednesday, 25 May

Because if you wanted to quickly turn 'Murica into something between Belfast in the Eighties and Sarajevo in the Nineties, that'd be the hot ticket.

— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) May 25, 2022

Dad Joke CCVI

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 09:50, Wednesday, 25 May

How do billboards communicate? 

Sign language.

WriterDojo S2 Episode 21: Pitching & Acquisition

by Jack Wylder in Monster Hunter Nation at 07:34, Wednesday, 25 May

In addition to being a successful author in his own right, guest Dave Butler is also an editor for Baen Books. This week hosts/authors Steve Diamond and Larry Correia dive into it with Dave and explain how best to pitch your book to a publisher and get acquired.  

If you would like to join the ranks of our supporters, you can support  this podcast with a small monthly donation to help sustain future episodes at: 


 I know that Wirecutter and Firehand (Firehand is where I got the idea for the title of this post) already posted on this, so I'm late to the party.  

A January, 2022 internal memo from State Farm indicated that they had partnered with a company called GenderCool to provide books on transgender to grade schools in Florida.  State Farm gave the company $40,000 and asked their agents to 'voluntarily' participate.

Since we all know that sunshine is the best disinfectant, word got out about this program yesterday.  Something along the line of 99% of the independent agents were not aware of this program nor was it vetted past their group before implementation.  

Before end of day State Farm corporate was in full on 'oh shit' mode.

I called my State...

Tragedy in Uvalde

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 09:53, Wednesday, 25 May

 I was running errands for Belle yesterday when I heard the news that an angry young man had gone to an elementary school in Uvalde, TX and opened fire. Upwards of 20 people died in the mayhem.  I am shocked and saddened, and pray for the victims and their families.

Before the smoke had settled, our execrable president was dancing on the graves for political purposes.

We know that the shooter purchased two AR-style rifles in his 18th birthday.  Absolutely legal purchasees from an FFL dealer.  Reports indicate that he used a rifle and a handgun in the attack.

The gunman allegedly entered the school following a violent encounter with his grandmother and after being involved in a car crash. According to Texas Department of Safety spokesperson Lt. Chris Olivarez, the shooter had on body armor and used a rifle in the attack. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said the gunman was armed with a handgun as well. The shooter is now dead, believed to hav...


by Mas in at 09:52, Wednesday, 25 May

Déjà vu. 23 years ago, I had been teaching at the Firearms Academy of Seattle when we received word of the mass shooting at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado.  The homicidal/suicidal duo who perpetrated it wound up on the cover of TIME magazine. The mass media and the Democratic Party blamed the National Rifle […]

Arex Delta Gen2: How Gun Designs Iterate and Improve

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 09:27, Wednesday, 25 May

In firearms, as in really all technology, the market iterates and improves concepts over time. A novel new system – like the polymer-framed, striker-fired semiauto pistol – will never be perfect on its first introduction. Over time, as users and manufacturers gain more insight into the details of using and building the system, changes are made to improve it. At the same time, the cost of production comes down (especially after applicable patents have expired).

The Arex Delta Gen2 pistol is a really good example of this, I think. While offering no fundamental innovation, it is markedly better in all sorts of ways than similar pistols that preceded it. It has great handling, safe disassembly, near-universal optics compatibility, slim lines, light weight, and a good trigger. And it does this for a remarkably low price.

I am looking forward to r...

XD-M EliteIf there is one “old cartridge” that has seen a resurgence in recent years it is absolutely the stalwart 10mm. Known for its stopping POWAH [insert Arnold Schwarzenegger voice], many hunters seek out a good 10mm handgun for defense against bears and others use it for self-defense against nefarious 2-legged critters. Another element people aim for is […]

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Upcoming Classes- June through September

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 06:40, Wednesday, 25 May

I have a variety of open enrollment classes scheduled in Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Florida during the next few months.  All of them still have plenty of openings, but every class I’ve taught in the last 9 months has sold out.  Act quickly if you’d like to book any of these unique training classes.  


In addition to my regular classes, I’m doing a very unusual collaboration class in Tennessee and the year’s only impact weapons class in Ohio.  I look forward to seeing some of you in one of these upcoming training classes.



June 18-19, 2022- Surgical Speed Shooting Summit in Camden, Tennessee.  Registration details at the Tactical Response website.


You’ll never get personalized instruction from such a large number of heavy hitters in the shooting industry anyplace else.  This is a one time only experimental event.  You will rotate through classes team taught by the following folk...

No-Due Process Red Flags Fine, Because…

by Carl "Bear" Bussjaeger in The Zelman Partisans at 06:00, Wednesday, 25 May

Suspension without pay?

Buffalo shooting: Extreme risk protection orders could help stop Ohio mass killings| Rogers
There is a statutory remedy that can authorize preventive actions against warned mass shootings: extreme risk protection order laws. They allow law enforcement and sometimes family members to petition a court for an emergency order to deprive the dangerous individual of access to guns.

“Red flag” laws. Everyone’s — especially this alleged Yale graduate, past attorney, and adjunct law professor — favorite due process deprivation to stop something that might happen, maybe, sometime.

But at least Douglas Rogers tries to back up his claim with case law.

Sort of. Specifically…

There is no legal prohibition against extreme risk protection orders.

The Supreme Court “has recognized, on many occasions, that where a state must act quickly, or where it would be impractical to provide pre-deprivati...


Preparedness Notes for Wednesday — May 25, 2022

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:04, Wednesday, 25 May

On May 25th, 1787, the Constitutional Convention convened in Philadelphia with George Washington presiding. The task of the peaceful overthrow of the new American government as it had been defined by the Articles of Confederation eventually led to the United States Constitution that is so abused today. — Here are two new property listings over at our family’s spin-off: Two 5 Acre Parcels near Puget Sound, Washington. and, near Boise, Idaho: Totally Remodeled Cabin on 40 Acres. — SurvivalBlog Writing Contest Today we present another entry for Round 100 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The prizes for this …

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Patio Herbs, Spices, Peppers, and Tomatoes – Part 2, by MonkeyMan

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in at 03:03, Wednesday, 25 May

(Continued from Part 1. This concludes the article.) Thyme – unknown plants About three years ago, while my son was in college for forestry he would bring me leftover plants from the horticulture department. The horticulture departments from the local schools around you are an untapped goldmine of inexpensive, quality grown plants of all types. I encourage you to explore the markets these departments put on each year. I have two different types of thyme. I do not know the history of the plants. They each have a different look and taste. The seeds from these plants are so small …

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SurvivalBlog Readers’ & Editors’ Snippets

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:02, Wednesday, 25 May

This weekly column is a collection of short snippets: responses to posted articles, practical self-sufficiency items, how-tos, lessons learned, tips and tricks, and news items — both from readers and from SurvivalBlog’s editors. We may select some longer e-mails for posting as separate letters. o  o  o Reader Joe M. wrote to ask: “I’ve been a reader of your blog for at least 10 years. Thank you for all the knowledge and advice you’ve given us all over the years. Assuming we are indeed headed into a recession, what advice would you give the average prepper to prepare for it …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:01, Wednesday, 25 May

“All courses of action are risky, so prudence is not in avoiding danger (it’s impossible), but calculating risk and acting decisively. Make mistakes of ambition and not mistakes of sloth. Develop the strength to do bold things, not the strength to suffer.” – Niccolo Machiavelli

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"The Glorious 25th of May"

by Drang in The Clue Meter at 03:00, Wednesday, 25 May


This guy’s dedication to turning money into noise is something else:


High quality recruitment / trolling:


This wild game steak graze board is perfect for a lazy summer afternoon or when entertaining family and friends. This recipe features Bison NY strip steak as the centerpiece of this summer graze board.

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This recipe was developed in partnership with The Honest Bison. All opinions are our own.

We all love to grill wild game steaks, but have you ever considered using your wild game steaks for a beautiful graze board? We love graze boards at our house. They’re perfect for entertaining family and friends, or for when we don’t feel like cooking a whole meal, but want to graze throughout the day instead.


GENESEO, ILL. (05/25/22) – Springfield Armory® is proud to announce the newest addition to the popular XD-M® Elite series — the XD-M® Elite 4.5″ OSP 10mm. This highly capable 10mm, like all the XD-M Elites, redefines what you should expect from a modern, striker-fired firearm.


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TFB REVIEW: Virtual-Shot Mobile Shooting Simulation SystemLast year’s ammunition crisis is probably over but we’re still left with its lingering effects. Despite the cost of ammunition, the importance of training and practice still hasn’t changed and that is why many have adopted the use of dry fire training devices like the Mantis X system, or even the Stikeman Laser Firearms training […]

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POTD: U.S. Marines in Japan – FARP

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 19:30, Tuesday, 24 May

POTD: U.S. Marines in Japan - FARPLocation: Okinawa, Japan. TFB’s Photo Of The Day has become an impressive gallery, with an ever-growing number of images of firearms in all sorts of environments. Today we’re going to add a few more, just look at that beautiful machine gun above. Machine guns are all fun until it’s time to clean them, or if […]

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Hot Gat or Fudd CrapWelcome everyone to the 144th edition of ‘Hot Gat or Fudd Crap?’, one of our many series here on TFB. If you’re new to the series, this is where we look at the most obscure firearms that are actually for sale and ask the question – is this Gat a sweet deal or only has […]

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Gun control in Chicago

in Of Arms and the Law at 19:18, Tuesday, 24 May

The result? a mostly peaceful city. Only 44 homicides so far this month, 235 this year to date. Plus 554 carjackings, year to date.

On Strategy

by Unknown in Home on the Range at 17:26, Tuesday, 24 May

Partner in Grime had a business trip to South Africa and came back with this chessboard which is really cool.  So for today, just some photos and quotes as the last couple of work days were long and busy.

"Firmness cannot show itself, of course, if a man keeps changing his mind."  It demands sticking to one's convictions. - Clauswitz , On War

And Now, the Rest of the Story

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:55, Tuesday, 24 May

Remember this guy? [More]

19 priors

Yeah, we need to control your guns.

[Via Michael G]

New York Mayor Adams Has A Problem

by Carl "Bear" Bussjaeger in The Zelman Partisans at 18:43, Tuesday, 24 May

He thinks it’s a problem with those lawfully carrying firearms.

If you are allowing people to carry guns, the good guys are no longer able to be distinguished from the bad guys because if you have a bad day, and you have a gun, that bad day can elevate to an argument.

There’s a tendency that people believe if they got a gun, ‘Why have it, if I’m not using it?’ That’s just the mindset of carrying a gun.

The problem here isn’t honest folks carrying guns. It’s Mayor Adams,

Adams believes that carrying a gun for defense means you’re suddenly going to snap, to start shooting because you’re having a bad day.

That’s called projection, Eric.

Projection is the process of displacing one’s feelings onto a different person, animal, or object. The term is most commonly used to describe defensive projection—attributing one’s own unacceptable urges to another.

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100 years of Gummi Bears

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 13:56, Tuesday, 24 May

Haribo introduced Gummi Bears 100 years ago:

The first production plant was a copper kettle in his kitchen and his first employee was his wife Gertrud. He’d make hard candies and she’d deliver them on her bicycle. In 1922, Riegel invented a new confection: the Tanzbären, or Dancing Bear. It was a soft fruit-flavored candy shaped like a bear sitting on its hind legs, inspired by the sad performing bears that were so popular at the time.

 Interesting article which includes a bit on where the name "Haribo" came from.

True Blued - A Ruger Review

by Unknown in Home on the Range at 14:14, Tuesday, 24 May

Handgun hunters, pistol competitors, and cowboy action shooting folks are fans of the single action,  ideal for slow, deliberate shooting.  I was first exposed to them in the form of single-action revolvers while watching Westerns growing up. As a kid, I'd rather take a bullet than watch the Brady Bunch and the Partridge Family, which were what was "new" on TV when I was little.  So I'd curl up with Loony Tunes and new and rerun classic Westerns, with a few years of Gunsmoke and  Bonanza thrown in the mix.

The TV Western reigned supreme in the Fifties and Sixties. Unlike the post-war world in which they flourished, you could tell the good guys from the bad, and none of the guns were fu...

 The Archbishop of San Francisco put out the word that Nancy Pelosi should not get communion because of her increasing advocacy for baby-murder.  I think he was under the impression that she might, as a person who is very vocal about her religious status, give a two shits about what he said and would not present herself for communion.

He underestimated the fact that she believes her own press and feels she is above such edicts.

She went to the same Catholic church in DC that said it was okay for Biden to get communion and got her transmogriphied wine and bread there.

I don't know what the ramifications are for the priest who gave her communion.  The guy in charge in DC is a Cardinal and the guy in San Fran is an Archbishop (I think lower in the hierarchy).  Pretty sure even Pope Francis is on the same page with the Archbishop.

This might be the moment when the Church has to come off the fence.

What’s in a name?

by Sailorcurt in Captain of a Crew of One at 12:50, Tuesday, 24 May

This one made me laugh.

Apparently, an MLB player has been suspended for calling a black player on an opposing team “Jackie”.

Josh Donaldson was suspended by Major League Baseball for one game and received a fine for making “inappropriate comments” following an MLB investigation into Donaldson calling White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson “Jackie,” 

My first thought was “what moron would object to being associated with Jackie Robinson, one of the greatest baseball players in history?”

Then I read further and got to the backstory:

[in] a 2019 Sports Illustrated article…the White Sox star said, “I kind of feel like today’s Jackie Robinson. That’s huge to say. But it’s cool, man, because he changed the game, and I feel like I’m getting to a point where I need to change the game.”...

Patrick Johnson, Real Reporter

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:09, Tuesday, 24 May

With police departments reporting an increase in illegal “ghost guns” — untraceable firearms made of polymer components that can pass undetected through a metal detector — officials say Massachusetts needs to crack down on the weapons. [More]

He’s a newspaperman!

Ghost Gun Fail

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:02, Tuesday, 24 May

Prosecutors say one of the guns in the safe was a privately made semiautomatic rifle that was forged in Australia and made its way to Arizona via Washington. [More]

So much for being untraceable.

[H/T The Gun Feed]

Three and One

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:51, Tuesday, 24 May

Rob Sexton, BFA Legislative Affairs Director, talks about recent bills to mandate trigger locks, create deadly force brochures, and repeal permitless carry, plus a bill to prevent required liability insurance. [Listen]

Damn Democrats never quit…

A Bipartisan Effort

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:41, Tuesday, 24 May

[T]he administration has announced that former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff and former U.S. Deputy Attorney General Jamie Gorelick will take the baton from Jankowicz and continue down the disinformation track. [More]

So Bender and a Jared Kushner advisor…?

[Via Michael G]

Footprint in the Door

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:31, Tuesday, 24 May

WEF panelist boasts about “individual carbon footprint tracker” [More]

And naturally, they’ll need to keep tabs on what and how much you fire off at the range…

These blasphemers who would be gods are called “totalitarians” because they demand to control it all.

Until some individual carbon footprints are applied to some individual elitist backsides this will only get more and more intrusive.

[Via Michael G]

Dying in Darkness

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:21, Tuesday, 24 May

Not only did The Washington Post mess this up in their tweet (left) about how George Floyd died, they did the same thing on their own website (right)

— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) May 24, 2022

And whoever’s responsible for this still has a job?

[Via Michael G]

Monkey Business

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:14, Tuesday, 24 May

UN Agency Decries ‘Homophobic and Racist Stereotypes’ in Monkeypox Coverage [More]

Maybe we need a “Monkeypox Pride” poster contest for preschoolers…?

[Via Michael G]

House Passes ‘White Supremacism’ Domestic Terrorism Bill After Buffalo Shooting – The bill only mentions white supremacy and neo-Nazis because obviously, those are the only people who terrorize others. [More]


Data Shows White Supremacists Are Not The Most Likely Mass Murderers [More]

I wonder what people who demonize whites would do if they controlled all the guns…

[Via bondmen]

Let’s Not Get Too Confident

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:20, Tuesday, 24 May

I can assure you, by focusing on gun control, the “red wave” will only become redder. [More]

Not trusting the “staunchness” of most Republicans, I can’t. I think we just haven’t had the “right” massacre to get a critical mass to turn tail.

[Via bondmen]

Nice Work if You Can Get It

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:10, Tuesday, 24 May

A co-founder of Black Lives Matter used more than $800,000 in donations to pay her brother for “security services” for the charity even though he seems to mostly work as a graffiti artist. [More]

Boy, that Marxism sure pays good.

[Via bondmen]

Mexico shooting: 11 dead and 5 injured as gunmen rampage through hotel and bars [More]

¿Cómo se dice “common sense”?

His Own Petard

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:30, Tuesday, 24 May

An Iraqi man in the U.S. accused of being linked to ISIS operatives was plotting to kill George W. Bush… [More]


Goodbye, Mr. Chips

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:18, Tuesday, 24 May

Giffords, the gun violence prevention organization led by former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, announced today that Senior Advisor David Chipman is leaving the organization after six years. [More]

So his usefulness is over, but they say nice things about him to keep him from publicly grousing? Maybe he’ll land a gig with a BQL crony…?

Modern Air Rifles: Ready For Anything

by Gordon Smith in Recoil at 13:27, Tuesday, 24 May

Delta Wolf and Gauntlet2 air rifles

Wilson Combat Acquires New Ultralight Arms

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 14:00, Tuesday, 24 May

Wilson Combat Acquires New Ultralight ArmsNew Ultralight Arms, LLC, manufacturers of lightweight bolt action hunting rifles, will be joining Wilson Combat’s family of companies. The transition will see the production of New Ultralight Arms rifles move from West Virginia to the Wilson Combat plant in Arkansas. The move is part of Wilson’s expansion with the announcement of new facilities and production […]

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Faxon Firearms Introduces the New EXOS-553 for Glock Gen 5 PistolsPistol compensators seem to be creeping into popularity within the concealed carry market and Faxon Firearms has been gradually expanding its lineup of EXOS pistol compensators to meet this new demand. Faxon Firearms is pleased to announce that they are adding the new EXOS-553 Pistol Compensator to expand their coverage to Glock Gen 5 pistols. […]



California water officials unanimously struck down a $1.4 billion plan to build a seaside desalination plant amid a water crisis sparked by megadrought and climate change.

The California Coastal Commission, which is responsible for protecting the state’s shores, voted Thursday to deny a permit to seawater desalination developer Poseidon Water to build a desalination plant in Huntington Beach.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom was among the supporters for the plan, which promised to produce 50 million gallons of drinking water a day. Steve Sheldon, president of the Orange County Water District, said the plant would make the county “drought resilient.”

Julia Jacobo
May 13, 2022
California panel unanimously rejects proposal for plant to turn ocean water into drinking water
[It is easy to make a case that these creatures hate humans.—Joe]

Project Deuce-Deuce

by Tam in View From The Porch at 09:11, Tuesday, 24 May

A few years ago I put some serious round count on a Bodyguard .380, to the point of actually buying a Bladetech holster for it and using it in Chuck Haggard's pistol class at Paul-E-Palooza. In the process of shooting it that much, I learned a few things, such as the fact that allegedly the LAPD has a replacement interval for both recoil spring assembly and the mainspring* of 250 rounds on ...

Professor Volokh wrote about this recent decision U.S.v. Jimenez-Shilon (11th Cir. 2022) concerning illegal aliens in possession: 

Reading through both the opinion and Judge Newsom's somewhat more useful concurrence shows both the properly narrow definition of who is one of the "people" for whom the right to keep and bear arms applies, and the flaws of what Newsom calls "an ill-define balancing test."  The opinion correctly, I think, distinguishes what Don  Kates and I in ...

Cold as Hell, out now

by correia45 in Monster Hunter Nation at 10:40, Tuesday, 24 May

A few months back I plugged an audiobook novella called Dead Acre. I know a bunch of you picked it up and enjoyed it. The first book in the series is out today.

Cold As Hell (Black Badge Series Book 1)

I enjoyed this one. It’s weird west, supernatural, Witcher meets Tombstone. And it is narrated by the actor who played Arthur Morgan in Red Dead Redemption.

Scream Fire

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 09:31, Tuesday, 24 May

You have all heard the old truism" You can't scream fire in a crowded theater.

I've heard it a lot lately, when commentators are complaining about people using their speech to highlight the failures of the Biden administration.  I've heard it a lot.  And as a general rule, that's true.  Using your voice to incite a panic will get people injured or killed, especially if you scream FIRE in a crowded theater.

Unless the theater is actively ablaze.

Lots of folks are saying that they could simply not believe that things could get this bad under Joe Biden.  A sputtering economy, cities awash in crime, a total lack of control at the southern border, soaring fuel prices, food shortages (baby formula??), the list goes on.  We have a president who seems to cascade from one disaster to another, and never really manages to solve one problem before two more crop up.

It is impossible to attribute all this to sheer incompetence.  And Joe told us yesterday that our economy was being transformed.  So, if it is not incompetence, it must be by design.


Wrong-Thinking is Punishable

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:37, Tuesday, 24 May

Cameron even called on Joe Biden to take action against Carlson and those online who are likeminded. [More] What a good North Korean this despicable wretch would make!

Projection Writ Large

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:46, Tuesday, 24 May

The media called him a “far-right extremist.” [More]

Mass killings are acts of collectivists.

[Via Michael G]

Not Without Precedent

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:40, Tuesday, 24 May

Family of Buffalo shooting victim may sue major gun manufacturer Remington [More]

What did the insurance lawyers think would happen?

[Via Jess]

We’re the Only Ones Rustling Up Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:31, Tuesday, 24 May

Lawmen came to remote Loving County, Texas, on Friday to arrest the county judge, a former sheriff’s deputy and two ranch hands on one of Texas’ oldest crimes — cattle theft. [More]

At least they can’t be accused of being “all hat”…

[Via Michael G]

6 Best AR-10 Barrel Options

by Tyler Elsberry in Recoil at 10:58, Tuesday, 24 May


Lone Star Future Weapons Protests US Army's NGSW DecisionLone Star Future Weapons have lodged a formal complaint with the U.S. Government Accountability Office (the GAO) against the US Army’s selection of SIG Sauer’s Next Generation Squad Weapons submission. On 19 April the US Army announced the selection of SIG’s MCX 6.8 Spear as the XM5 Rifle and the LMG-6.8 belt-fed as the XM250. SIG Sauer’s entries […]

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Arisaka Defense has some of the best aftermarket products when it comes to bolting stuff onto your rifles. New for the month of May is their new Dual Side Scout Mount (DSSM-M) and their M-LOK to M-LOK Adapter 40° MMA40 mount. Each of these allows you to customize and open up your rifle to more […]

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Midwest Industries New M-LOK G2 Handguards for Henry Lever-ActionsIf you’re ready to deck out your lever action in all the latest tactical gear, then you might be interested to hear that Midwest Industries has launched their new M-LOK G2 Handguards for Henry lever action rifles. The new set of M-LOK G2 handguards will cover most Henry lever action rifles that don’t feature barrel […]



There's more data coming out and the media cover up is already up and running.  Almost two hundred children worldwide, have developed serious hepatitis.  Twelve children have died.  They're now trying to make a link between covid and a certain kind of adenovirus.  Neither one is known to cause liver issues.

However, the covid shots ARE known to cause liver issues, with DNA changes happening in livers within six hours of injection.  The 'scientists' are not really answering any questions about the injection status of these children.  

There is an internet hypothesis that the younger children were breastfed by mothers who were injected (as a side note, pregnant and breastfeeding women were left out of the clinical trials.  No data exists regarding safety for this cohort).

It occurs to me that one of the reasons they are trying to link this to covid so strongly might be due to the fact that the CDC, despite having any real data over efficacy or safety, has approved boosters for 5-11 year olds and shots for age 6 months to 4 years is in the works.

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What About the 20 Gauge for Home Protection?

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 06:49, Tuesday, 24 May


After seeing a  guest post about the need to have a self defense shotgun, several readers asked me questions about the 20 gauge.  Here is one:


“Nice article on the shotgun for defensive use. Good to see the old stand by’s discussed from time to time.

Question: what’s the 20 gauge equivalent of the 12 gauge Flite Control 00Buck round?  I have used and like both the 8 and 9 pellet version of the 12 gauge round on deer (slight edge to the 8 pellet version in my 870).

The boys and my wife like the 20 gauge better, for many of the reasons you suspect. I’m becoming a fan as I get older just because the lighter frame is easier to carry afield.

We’ve been using #2 and #4 buckshot for the 20 gauge, but Flite Control wads aren’t offered by Federal in the 20.

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Preparedness Notes for Tuesday — May 24, 2022

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:04, Tuesday, 24 May

On May 24th, 1775, John Hancock was elected president of the Second Continental Congress. He is best known for his large signature on the Declaration of Independence, which he jested the British king could read “without his spectacles.” — SurvivalBlog Writing Contest Today we present another entry for Round 100 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The prizes for this round include: First Prize: The photovoltaic power specialists at Quantum Harvest LLC  are providing a store-wide 10% off coupon. Depending on the model chosen, this could be worth more than $2000. A Gunsite Academy Three Day Course Certificate. This can …

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Patio Herbs, Spices, Peppers, and Tomatoes – Part 1, by MonkeyMan

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in at 03:03, Tuesday, 24 May

Introduction This is a collection of thoughts encompassing the last twenty years of slowly growing our patio garden of useful plants for our location northeast of Houston, Texas. We are located in Zone 9 that has long hot and humid summers, with maybe, a night or two each year below freezing. We sometimes cover or protect the pots or plants from freezing temperatures. Maybe the solar minimum will change all that, I don’t know. As all SurvivalBlog readers do, I will continually adapt and modify my approach for my location. I do not claim expertise on any of the topics …

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SurvivalBlog’s News From The American Redoubt

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:02, Tuesday, 24 May

This weekly column features news stories and event announcements from around the American Redoubt region. (Idaho, Montana, eastern Oregon, eastern Washington, and Wyoming.) Much of the region is also more commonly known as The Inland Northwest. We also mention companies of interest to preppers and survivalists that are located in the American Redoubt region. Today, we focus on conservative Republican wins in the Idaho State Senate primary races. (See the Idaho section.) Region-Wide Douglas, Josephine Counties reject Greater Idaho proposal, Klamath gets on board. JWR’s Comments: Clearly, Douglas and Josephine counties have too many ex-Californian residents. The inevitable partition of …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:01, Tuesday, 24 May

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams

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The Knife Angel Of London

by ENDO-Mike in Everyday No Days Off – Gun Blog at 03:07, Tuesday, 24 May

A response to their knife problem in London:

1:30 – “If they can’t buy them they’re going to make them no matter what anyway.” Yea no kidding.  Taking a flat piece of something hard, and rubbing against something that’s abrasive and harder doesn’t exactly take a genius, nor does it require any tools unl...

Using AI To Detect Guns

by ENDO-Mike in Everyday No Days Off – Gun Blog at 03:01, Tuesday, 24 May

Actuate claims “99%+ accuracy and minimal false positives”.  The intersection of technology and guns very much interests me.  I’m sure we’ll see more and more of this type of system deployed within large companies and within city surveillance.  Regardless of if it actually saves any lives, it will definitely look good on paper to a lot of decision makers.  The above video states that Actuate technology is deployed in nearly 20,000 cameras across the country.


For this GTM Original purse dump, I reached out to Jackie Richardson. She is an editor at The WON, a stay-at-home mom (SAHM) of two young children, an interior designer and a co-owner of a vintage & Mid-Century Modern resale business. Since last October, Jackie has been managing a huge remodel of her hilltop home in the Ozarks, taking it from a Western theme to a more modern, eclectic European appeal. Jackie’s eye for design guides the team here at The WON for our modern and fresh design, as well. Although Jackie purchased her first handgun at 21 years old, she doesn’t have a concealed carry license. I think it will surprise you to find out what she carries in her concealed carry bag by GTM Original. 

Catherine Ragsdale started fishing with her husband, Clay, because the time on the water made him happy. As a vet who was struggling (self-admittedly), Clay found peace while engaging in the sport, and even felt more like himself again.

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The husband and wife duo is each vice president of their non-profit organization: Veterans Kayak Fishing (VKF). They believe in “getting veterans off the couch and into nature.” Their c...


Poking the Russian Bear for fun and profit

by Sheila Stokes in The Zelman Partisans at 02:08, Tuesday, 24 May

Yeah…You know, I’ve heard from people on the right and left, via radio, TV and just people that Putin is “crazy”. Crazed madman, crazed from covid. I’m not so sure.

I still haven’t figured out how President Puddin’head handing over US sovereignty isn’t treason, but few others are saying it, so guess his puppeteers figure he’s in the clear. What will that entail? Well, since he’s handing it over to the W.H.O., here’s a previews.

WHO is Set to Officially Recommend Every Country Adopt COVID Lockdowns in Abrupt Change to Policy. I listened to a radio show today and one of the things they talked about what how the W.H.O. had objected to the lockdowns, stating the cost of them in terms of harm could yield greater damage than the disease. As indeed it did. But the lockdown was never about health, it was about power. And what is the new threat on the horizon now that President Putin has cured covid?

MONKEYPOX!! The “k” is silent. But don’t...

Monday, 23 May


TFB Podcast Roundup 45: More Podcasts For Your Listening PleasureWelcome to TFB Podcast Roundup 44. Podcasting and listening to podcasts have exposed me to many new ideas within the firearms world. Big names like Tom Gresham have some pretty lengthy podcasts that are always a welcome notification when I find myself on 2+ hour long flights. Although I may not stay awake for the […]

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POTD: Polish Mechanized Brigade - Fire, Flames and SmokeEach day a different image from the world of firearms. We call this POTD, short for Photo Of The Day, and it is our daily article series where we go to great lengths trying to find the most interesting pictures for you out there. There’s a lot of fire, flames and smoke in today’s pictures […]

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The Rimfire Report: Pondering the MK4 Carbine from Maddmacs PrecisionHello and welcome back to another edition of The Rimfire Report! This ongoing series is all about the rimfire firearm world and its various guns, gear, ammunition, and sports! Last week we took a look at the much loved CCI Velocitor 40-grain 22LR cartridge to assess its efficacy as a self-defense cartridge when being fired […]

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 So Sharon Stone went to this:

From this:

Kind of sad, really.


by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 15:52, Monday, 23 May

 It's not just pilots, it's lots of things.  There is a perpetual nursing shortage, exacerbated by the Covid crunch. Becoming a registered nurse takes four years, and there are not enoug in the pipeline.

Water System Operators.  You know, the guys who get clean drinking water into your house?  Those guys.  I have two sons who are Level 4 operators, and they tell me that there is not enough young people in the field to replace those guys who will retire in the coming decade.  Same thing with Sewer System operators.  It's not clamorous work, but it pays well, and is vital to a functioning civilization.

Not to mention waiters, truck drivers, and a host of other physical trades.  These jobs aren't fashionable, but they are vital to society.  ...

And There Was War in Heaven

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:05, Monday, 23 May

Gun control groups/lefty politicians in a “civil war” over Denver’s CCW ban in parks [More] Girl fight! [Via President Non_Fudd]

A Woman Scorned

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:53, Monday, 23 May

Rejected as a spam comment: Funny, how quickly opinions can change: What changed? And who is it that’s looking for unrequited attention? I wonder if those edresses are spoofed or if Curtis and Sam really do work for Kayswell…

Framing the Terms

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:43, Monday, 23 May

Don’t Call Murderers “Shooters” – And they’re not gunmen either—a completely sexist term [More] The “perfect” really is the enemy of the good.



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