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Dave, like so many others you are in error concerning Heller’s statement on the M-16. Scalia wrote that anyone who say’s M-16s and the like can be banned have de facto separated and nullified the prefatory clause “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state,” from the operative “the right … Continue reading "Point/Counterpoint"
Nashville school shooting: Biden criticized for joking about ice cream in first statement since attack [More] Who says the Dotard in Chief was joking? As for Sheryl Crow (and other overprivileged leftist “celebrity” lottery winners calling for prior restraint infringements against their “fans” and against people with sense enough not to be), as usual, they’re … Continue reading "I Scream, You Scream"
NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Defendant Attorney General Robert Bonta, and his officers, agents, servants, employees, and attorneys, and those persons in active concert or participation with him, and those duly sworn state peace officers and federal law enforcement officers who gain knowledge of this injunction order or know the existence of this injunction order, ARE HEREBY PRELIMINARILY RESTRAINED AND ENJOINED from implementing or enforcing California Penal Code sections 31910(b)(4)–(6), or from otherwise preventing the retail sale of handguns that do not have a chamber load indicator, a magazine disconnect mechanism, or microstamping capability but that meet the other requirements of the Unsafe Handgun Act.
Cormac J. Carney
United States District Judge
March 20, 2023
Boland v. Bonta (C.D. CA):
See the case history here.
This injunction does not go into effect until April 3, 2023. And ...
Here's a pic of Ernest Langdon running his Beretta PX4 Storm in Tim Herron's one-handed shooting clinic on Saturday morning.
The worst part of being out of town at TacCon for most of a week is that I get home with a full to-do list and an email inbox that's a disaster area*, but I need at least a day to recover before I can really get things back to my usual manageable level of disorganization.
Somehow police officers got a warrant to search a man's house for "drugs and a kidnapping victim". They found neither after busting the gate to the man's property, breaking down his door, traumatizing his wife, stealing his cash, dismantling his security cameras, and really eying the lemon pound cake on the kitchen counter.
The man in question, Afroman, a musician, subsequently made a music video of the footage from his cameras. And the police officers are suing him claiming a 'right to privacy'. Since they were in his house on 'official business' and his wife could have recorded them but didn't need to because of the cameras, then their right to privacy is a bullshit call--they are embarrassed. And rightly so.
Please enjoy the video. It's pretty catchy.
On this day in 845, a 5,000-man strong fleet of Danish Vikings invaded Frankish lands. They only retreated after besieging Paris and securing a ransom from the Frankish King Charles the Bald. This was part of a series of devastating raids begun by the Vikings in the 790s. The Vikings were led by a man named “Reginherus” or Ragnar, sometimes linked to the legendary saga figure Ragnar Lodbrok. The Vikings easily overcame defenses set in place by Charlemagne and are known to have attacked the Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés just outside the city. Although struck by an outbreak of plague, the …
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I was surprised to see that homeschooling was a topic of interest for SurvivalBlog but given homeschooling’s growth over the last few years, I ought not have been. So first, why should you listen to me? Well, I was homeschooled K-12, graduated college, got two advanced degrees, taught at the university level, and am now homeschooling my own kids. My wife’s much more practical choice of major means that this is the logical choice for us. I am a homeschooling success story and I believe in it enough to shoulder the cost and the work (as my children shoulder the …
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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, news of Idaho’s new school restroom law. (See the Idaho section.) Region-Wide In a lengthy and rambling piece, a Vanity Fair reporter gets an earful from some libertarian Galt’s Gulching preppers: Inside the Dissident Fringe, Where the New Right Meets the Far Left, and Everyone’s …
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“Every action is seen to fall into one of three main categories, guarding, hitting, or moving. Here, then, are the elements of combat, whether in war or pugilism.” – B. H. Liddell Hart
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On February 13, 2023, a mass shooting occurred on the campus of Michigan State University (MSU) in East Lansing, Michigan. Three students were killed, and five others were injured. Claudia Chisholm, President of Kingport Industries LLC, maker of Gun Tote’n Mamas, asked what college students could do to survive an active killer attack.
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I spent today in the hospital. No, not for me, I'm fine. Belle had a scheduled procedure and I was there supporting her. She came through surgery just fine, and is resting in the hospital . She will be there for another day or so, and we hope to get her out on Wednesday.
While I was waiting, I happened to notice that a person of interest had opened fire at a Christian school near Nashville. Initial reports were weird, and continued to get weirder as the day progressed. A mentally challenged guy... a crazed cross-dresser... a transgender woman is the prime suspect. We may never know. It seems that the shooter presented the police with a good center-mass target and he she is no longer in the gene pool.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the survivors of this tragedy. I understand that three children and three adults are victims of this tragedy. The shooter is also dead, but I won't count him her with the victims.
As I have said before, initial accounts are often wrong and the reporting has been demonstrably wrong several times today. ...
Publisher’s note: As we await more information about the tragedy on Monday, 27 March 2022, in Nashville, we look back at the last school shooting, in Texas. There, much of the death was the direct result of government-run tax-funded “public” schools and self-serving, even cowardly and incompetent cops. Nashville, as we’ll discuss in the next commentary, was different. But we can learn lessons from both. And we NEED to learn.
I learned something important from armed school volunteers. Consider this observation by a man promoting arming teachers, school staff, and volunteers:
They knew that moving toward the sound of gunfire was dangerous. They knew that the situation would probably be resolved before the police arrived. They also knew that a policeman they didn’t know might respond to the scene. These teachers knew they might get shot by an officer who was unfamiliar with the school and its staff. These teachers accepted that they might not see their children again.
They accepted that they might be killed because they knew their students and friends would be safe. They knew that an immediate defense...
The shooter who stormed a private Christian elementary school in Nashville on Monday, killing three students and three staf...
“You see, if we made a statute absolutely forbidding any human being to have a machine gun, you might say there is some constitutional question involved.” [More] Now, what are all those “staunch supporters of the Second Amendment” in Congress going to do about it?
U.S. Border Agents Apprehend 5000 Chinese Migrants in Five Months — Exceeds Prior 3-Year Total [More] You gotta wonder how many are here as part of a plan. [Via Wynn A]
The senior editor job didn’t require math. [More] Besides, only a racist would disagree. Not that his numbers have any validity in any case, or that most “journalists” actually qualify as “educated.” [Via WiscoDave]
The Mass Executioner: NKVD Officer Vasily Mikhailovich Blokhin! by Miguel A. Faria, Jr., MD and Adam R. Bogart, PhD [More] Good thing communists here would never try to do anything like that. Would they?
Youngkin signs bill creating $300 tax credit for gun safes [More] I don’t have time to research this, but does anyone know if anyone voted against it, and who? [Via Mack H]
‘Go, Go, Go! Help Them Up! Push Them Up’: New Leaked J6 Footage ‘Shows DC Metro Cop Encouraging People To Go Towards The Capitol’ [More] What’s the point of having low-hanging fruit if you can’t pick it and shake the tree? [Via bondmen]
This is the time-to-crime rate for firearms in St. Louis. [More] So how many murders have been solved by tracing a gun back to its owner? You’d think with all the numbers they throw at us, that would be the headline to trumpet.
The suspect who allegedly wounded a King County Sheriff’s deputy after opening fire while they were serving an eviction notice in Seattle on Monday has been identified as a transgender member of the Democratic Socialists of America. [More] So a cop qualifies as “bourgeoisie“…? [Via bondmen]
Suspect Freed on Bond Accused of Killing Fourth Person in Detroit [More] Maybe a law to make them go live at the judge’s house…? [Via bondmen]
Florida gun owners may soon be able to carry concealed weapons without a license as the permitless carry bill moves one step closer to the governor’s desk after passing in the House on Friday. [More] But, as we’ve been discussing of late, it won’t include open carry because “law and order” Republicans feel more beholden … Continue reading "Half a Loaf"
Second Amendment Champion Mark Robinson Expected to Announce Run for Governor of North Carolina [More] It’d be nice not to have to do this. [Via bondmen] UPDATE Grassroots North Carolina announces a rally they’re supporting.
Chicago church deacon robbed Grindr hook-up at gunpoint, prosecutors say [More] If they don’t tell us the name of his church, how are we going to find out if it’s part of the Bloomberg Interfaith Community? Forget it, Jake. It’s Chi-Town. [Via bondmen]
I get phishing attempts by text every few days claiming to be from FedEx. Today's was from a Cremation Service. When I opened two boxes on my doorstep they were ashes boxes for my wife and I. We signed up with Neptune Society a few days ago. I knew our ashes would be delivered in these very elegant boxes, but their arrival now caused me to think of Isaac Asimov's famous science paper parody: "The Endochronic Properties of Resublimated Thiotimoline" Astounding Science Fiction (1948)
What if we do not die? (Yes, my wife considers me a hopeless optimist.) Where will we store them? Will our kids know where they are?
Armed Georgia homeowner catches intruder in the act, shoots him dead as neighbors cook breakfast [More] Who needs to go to Waffle House when there’s home delivery? [Via Sweet Babboo]
Engel said that Malone was right-handed and as the officer smashed the victim’s vehicle window with the baton in his right hand, the firearm in his left hand discharged with a bullet striking Poulin. “There was no intention to pull the trigger,” Engel said. [More] Is “the firearm… discharged” anything like “the gun went off“? … Continue reading "We’re the Only Ones Unintentional Enough"
Use this link as an aggregator as facts become known in this breaking story. [More] Unless you’re a Demanding Mom. Then you don’t need facts. UPDATE The shooter, Audrey Hale, 28, of Nashville, identified as transgender and had no previous criminal record, according to the chief. [More] Now that’s a real “progressive” windfall– they can … Continue reading "Covenant Christian School Shooting"
The West Midlands Police have reported that Mohammed Abbkr, 28, has been charged with two counts of attempted murder after he doused two people in fluid and set it on fire outside mosques in London and Birmingham. [More] My answer is still “No.” [Via Michael G]
Would the United States be able to resist an armed force sent in by the United Nations (UN)? [More] These foreign troops might pose a more immediate concern. [Via Michael G]
UK: Man Bludgeoned to Death with Horseshoe After Argument over Boombox Music [More] Assault horseshoes… Horseshoe violence… Commonsense horseshoe safety laws… Ridiculous, isn’t it?
124-Year-Old Amusement Park Is Not Safe According To D.A., May Not Open On Schedule [More] And there’s a man who knows a thing or two about “unsafe.” [Via Remarks]
Head of WV State Police Resigns Amid a Scandal of Epic Proportions [More] The rot is top-down, but we’re supposed to buy into “a few bad apples“…?
They’ve had a busy weekend:
At this point I think he might be an ammosexual. That would make a lot of sense- we all know he’s compensating for something.
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It’s not only another Markley’s Law Monday, it is another science denier!
Another Monday, another person compensating for their lack of a response to SCOTUS decisions by flinging a childish insult like it was monkey poo.
Bobbi entered a short story in a competition and came in second place!
It also adopted a new test for Second Amendment cases. Gun laws today must be consistent with the laws that existed when the Second Amendment was adopted in the late 17 hundreds. This means that gun regulations will be assessed according to their conformity with laws that were in place during the 18th and 19th … Continue reading "97percent Deception"
The evidence is clear that racism is a primary driver of racial disparities in infant mortality,’ the new report says [More] Right. Chronic poor personal choices have nothing to do with it. What we need are more compulsory wealth transfers from the productive, that is, more slavery. No?
Trump, Pence scheduled to speak at NRA-ILA Forum in Indy next month [More] Be funny if they got into a fight… Yes, of course, Hall A will be a Violence Monopoly Zone. [Via Sweet Babboo]
New York fisherman tips police to cache of rifles, handguns submerged in Jamaica Bay [More] Maybe someone who was unclear on the whole “boating accident” concept…? [Via Remarks]
Florida misfires on fighting gun violence [More] That’s DSM-speak for “doesn’t take an unconstitutional federal plunder transfer to deny due process.” [Via Remarks]
Apple enjoys a “symbiotic” relationship with China, CEO Tim Cook said on Saturday, as the iPhone giant looks to move production out of the country. [More] Tim doesn’t care whose rights get trampled as long as he’s taken care of.
On Friday, March 24, Richmond detectives confirmed charges were filed for a 14-year-old boy in connection to Mitchell-Nash’s death. The charges include involuntary manslaughter, reckless handling of a firearm, discharge of a firearm within an occupied dwelling, grand larceny of a firearm and underage possession of a firearm. The boy is already in custody in … Continue reading "Nothing a ‘Vigil and Unity Walk’ Won’t Cure…"
‘The city… will remain on lockdown until all 653 bullets are found,’ a resident of the northern province of Ryanggang, where Hyesan is located, anonymously told RFA’s Korean Service. [More] Now that’s some “commonsense gun safety,” right there. I wonder how many suspects, associates, and family members have been tortured and executed — so far… … Continue reading "Bullet Points"
To debunk MAGA’s “insurrectionist” theory of the 2nd Amendment, just read the Constitution. Everywhere it rejects insurrection, including in the 14th Amendment which bans insurrectionists from ever holding office again. The Constitution does not provide for its own destruction. [More] True. It provides for its restoration after oath-breaking insurrectionist officeholders push the people beyond their … Continue reading "Speaking of ‘Debunking’…"
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds Thinks You’re Stupid [More] Or ignorant. And it will stay that way until our “gun rights leaders” strap ’em on and call an anti-gun “immigration” vote for what it is, instead of hiding from this existential issue like PR cowards.
Arizona Family Dollar employee charged with murder after firing 10 shots at shoplifter who punched him – Arizona police say the Family Dollar employee acknowledged the shooting was ‘egregious’ [More] Well, by talking to the police he’s effectively sabotaged his own defense that fists are deadly weapons, and that, combined with sudden and unfamiliar incident … Continue reading "Cleanup on Aisle Four…"
This is a unique and interesting German proofed .22 rimfire target pistol. It uses a simple blowback slide, which locks open after each shot. It is striker fired, with a 12-inch barrel and a quite nice trigger. The top of the receiver is marked “Alk” in a fancy script engraving, and also has a partially legible line that was probably the location of manufacture (only “BURG” is legible now). I don’t know anything about the history of the gun, but it strikes me as probably a one-off creation by a mechanically inclined target shooting enthusiast.
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NPR said that there is 'little evidence' that men dressed as women have a physical advantage over XX chromosome women when the news hit about not allowing men to participate in women's elite track and field competitions. Here's what they actually said:
The international governing body for track and field will ban trans women athletes from elite women's competitions, citing a priority for fairness over inclusion despite limited scientific evidence of physical advantage.https://t.co/X6wySybGlY
Americans Pull Back From Values That Once Defined U.S., WSJ-NORC Poll Finds – Patriotism, religion and hard work hold less importance [More] Some of us have noticed. And some have warned. On the plus side, there’ll be plenty of cannibal food to keep the scavengers from trying harder targets…
Reading all the glowing reviews of the Walther PDP F-Series had me itching to try it out for longer than just the few shots I took at an event. The first thing I did when I received the Walther was to add the Crimson Trace “CT RAD Micro (Red)” red dot and then I got the holster for the Crossbreed Belly Band Modular system to carry it.
On March 127, 1975, construction began on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline; spanning 800 miles (1,300 km), the oil pipeline cost $8 billion. It was completed in 1977. Today is also the anniversary of Tennirife airliner collision disaster, in 1977. And March 27th is the birthday of the late Robert W. Ford (born 1923, died 20 September 2013). He was an amazing man who had a remarkable life. His book, Wind Between The Worlds (an account of experiences in Tibet, captivity by the communist Chinese, and his fight against brainwashing), is highly recommended. It is available for free download. — Today’s feature …
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There was a time, some years ago, when many of the knives coming out of Pakistan were pure junk, and I mean junk! This has changed over the years, and now some high-quality knives are coming out of Pakistan, at very good prices. I previously covered another Damascus fighting knife, made in Pakistan, and it was a 100% winter in my opinion. Today, we’re looking at another selection from Pakistan and it is imported by Cutlery Corner Network. They have television shows daily on cable television. Many of their knives are not up to par, in my estimation. Then again, …
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The following recipe for Grain & Dried Fruit Salad is from SurvivalBlog reader D.J.: Ingredients 3 cups water 1/2 cup medium pearl barley 1/2 cup uncooked wild rice 2/3 cup uncooked basmati rice 1/2 cup slivered almonds 1/2 cup sunflower seed kernels 1/2 cup salted pumpkin seeds 1/2 cup each of three of your favorite dried fruits (such as raisins, golden raisins, chopped prunes, chopped dried apricots, or dried cranberries) 1/3 cup minced fresh parsley 4 teaspoons grated orange zest Directions In a large saucepan, bring the 3 cups of water to a boil. Add barley and wild rice. Reduce …
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Here are the latest news items and commentary on current economics news, market trends, stocks, investing opportunities, and the precious metals markets. In this column, JWR also covers hedges, derivatives, and various obscura. Most of these items are from JWR’s “tangibles heavy” contrarian perspective. Today, some post-mortem details on the Credit Suisse takeover. (See the Economy & Finance section.) Precious Metals: A word of caution to anyone looking for pre-1965 circulated U.S. silver coins: You should be shopping very carefully. In today’s frantic marketplace, the premiums charged by dealers are varying much more widely than normal. When I checked the …
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“It should be clear that modern fractional reserve banking is a shell game, a Ponzi scheme, a fraud in which fake warehouse receipts are issued and circulate as equivalent to the cash supposedly represented by those receipts.” – Murray Rothbard
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Lentils don’t look anything like that. But it did pretty good with the deer:
I asked for, “A caterpillar D4, model 2T, on a farm, pulling a John Deere model 35 combine.”
These are SO bad:
I like these!
These are much better than the Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress:
I asked Bing Image Creator for an image of “A long cool woman in a black dress”. These were the responses:
Today I took the Zouave to the range to benchrest it at 50 yards. I tried three different loads:
The Minies were lubed with Track of the Wolf's Mink Oil Tallow, while the patches for the balls were lubed with October Country Bumblin Bear Grease. I did not need to swab the bore between shots.The Minies mostly shot into one big hole about 3" across and 2" or 3" above the point of aim.
I was underwhelmed with the performance of the round balls. The .570s which were very hard to seat in the muzzle grouped into 4" to 5" and at least 6" high. The .562s on 10 grains less of powder didn't shoot quite as high but the group was at least 6".
As it stands right now if I was to take the gun deer hunting, I'd load it with the service load. However, without a lot more practice with t...
Liminal space is a word and a concept I ran across a couple of years ago. When I understood what it was I realized that there were times in my life when I had experienced liminal space and had no words or framework to process the experience.
In some ways, liminal space can refer to a place and how we experience it. It can also refer to a time period and life experience. It is time outside of time.
The death of someone close can push a person into a place where time feels stopped, where even if you are required by situation and events to function normally in an exterior way, it seems that life is on hold. Memories arise of times and events long past. The colors of ordinary life fade.
In the Bible, it is the retreat into the desert. The 40 days, a symbolic number in the Old Testament, not an exact count of days and nights. A time apart from the ordinary flow of life.
The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion is a modern example of the experience. Ms. Didion's book chronicles her grief following the sudden death of her husband. The suspended time of weeks and months where she t...
You read it here first via the Institute for the Study of War.
Putin’s latest talking points will be out there momentarily, quoted as facts by the usual “Can’t Learn From History” Buchananite sources.
See? I can save you the trouble posting in the Comments all about how the West is running out of arms to send to Ukraine and Russia is going to get right to work and out-produce us.
Russian President Vladimir Putin launched the predictable next information operation to discourage Ukrainian ...
Here's a report on the oral argument of five 2A cases on the same day. It sounds like the panel was very lively!
My speech therapist mentioned this. 6/13/18 Science Alert:
The Flynn effect – named after the work of Kiwi intelligence researcher James Flynn – observed rapid rises in intelligence quotient at a rate of about 3 IQ points per decade in the 20th century, but new research suggests these heady boom days are long gone....
As a fraudulent criminal in government, Luna played the citizen disarmament game using the same narrative lies prohibitionists here were exploiting to try and swindle American citizens out of their birthright. [More] Criminals in government are the same murderous and greedy gun-grabbing swine on both sides of the border.
Instead of addressing whether the banned items are “dangerous and unusual,” Bevis changes the criterion to say that “Assault-weapons and high-capacity magazines regulations are not ‘unusual,’” because eight states ban them. Since 42 states don’t, that sounds kind of unusual.
Stephen P. Halbrook
March 14, 2023
Second Amendment Roundup: An Opening Judicial Salvo in Defense of Illinois’ New Rifle Ban
Words mean something. And when judges decide to change the meanings of words we have entered new territory:
“When I use a word,’ Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, ‘it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.’
’The question is,’ said Alice, ‘whether you can make words mean so many different things.’
’The question is,’ said Humpty Dumpty, ‘which is to be master — that’s all.”
― Lewis Carroll, Through t...
On March 26, 1812, in opposition to the redrawing of districts to favor incumbents in an upcoming election, the Boston Gazette published a satiric cartoon that graphically transformed the districts into a fabulous animal, “The Gerry-mander”; the terms gerrymander and gerrymandering entered the American lexicon. — The Battle of Glorieta Pass began on March 26, 1862. The outcome of this battle ensured that the west stayed with the Union, and denied the Confederacy the gold and silver from the western states. — On March 26th, 1812 And earthquake now estimated at 7.7 on the Richter scale destroys 90% of Caracas, …
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I was just informed by the owner, Brad Stieg, that because he is nearing retirement, that the Harvest Guard Reusable Canning Lids business is being put up for sale. Note that this is an essentially recession-proof business, because when times get hard, people tend to buy more canning lids than they do in good times. The following lists the assets and associated items included in the sale of Harvest Guard Reusable Canning Lids. Mr. Stieg writes: “We would love to see a like-minded entrepreneur take the reins and continue forward, especially considering the economic storm that we see on the …
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I’ve been trying to figure out what The Powers That Be (TPTB) are up to and how it’s going to affect me. I can only speak of my own strategy for the coming deep recession and/or depression. I can’t solve the big picture crisis. I can only attend to my own farm and family. My primary goals have been to grow food as if our lives depend upon it, and to get as far away as possible from any big city without being so remote I can’t get help. Additionally, since I rely on banking, a year or so ago …
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The latest meme created by JWR: Meme Text: The Bidenista School of Financial Crisis Management: Big Banks Get Bailouts, But Little Banks Get Bail-Ins News Links: Big banks experience deposit spike after Silicon Valley Bank collapse. Treasury Secretary Yellen says not all uninsured deposits will be protected in future bank failures. Will Americans end up footing the bill for bank failures? Why regulators seized Signature Bank in third-biggest bank failure in U.S. history. Big banks may get bigger as crisis swamps ‘too big to fail’ worries. Nolte: Janet Yellen Admits Government Choosing Bank Bailout Winners and Losers. Video: Treasury Secretary …
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“That which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked upon, and our hands have handled, of the Word of life; (For the life was manifested, and we have seen it, and bear witness, and shew unto you that eternal life, which was with the Father, and was manifested unto us;) That which we have seen and heard declare we unto you, that ye also may have fellowship with us: and truly our fellowship is with the Father, and with his Son Jesus Christ. And these things write we …
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Barb and I avoid Seattle as much as possible. Over 10% of Seattle residents are contemplating leaving Seattle in the next year:
Newly released survey data from the federal government shows that of the nearly 1.6 million households in the Seattle area in 2021, about 171,600 — almost 11% — were either thinking about or planning to move to a different place in the next 12 months.
Among the 15 largest metro areas, Seattle had the second-highest percentage of people considering or planning to move away, just a fraction behind Dallas — the two metros were effectively tied at 11%. The Riverside, California, area had the third-highest percentage, with about 10% of households planning or contemplating moving away within the year.
Here in Louisiana, the weather has been bizarre this week. All four season in one six-day span. It's been odd.
This morning our club held its Monthly Match. It went well. Instead of trophies this year, the club opted to compete for belt buckles. Each shooter earns Top Gum points based on his or her standing in the combination of Monthly Matches. It is amazing how much interest a few belt buckles has generated.
Belle and I will be busy next week, so if blogging goes awry, don't be concerned. Life catches up with us sometimes.
Now, late in the afternoon on Saturday, Belle has declared Happy Hour. It would be un-gentlemanly of me to let her drink alone.
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|Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Everyday No Days Off – Gun Blog||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Forgotten Weapons||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|FreeThinker||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Gun Blogger Rendezvous||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Gun Nuts Media||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Gunbot!||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Guns & Coffee||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Hobbit@Law||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Home||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Home on the Range||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Hunting, shooting, fishing and adventure for women by women||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Irons in the Fire||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|John Lott's Website||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Joy of Shooting||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Lagniappe's Lair||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Laptop and a Rifle||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Liberty Park Press||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Mindless Bit Spew||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Monster Hunter Nation||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Mr. Completely||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Musings Over a Barrel||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Never Yet Melted||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|New Jovian Thunderbolt||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Nom de plume: Rivrdog||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Non-Original Rants||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Of Arms and the Law||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Oleg Volk||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Page Nine||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|PawPaw's House||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|pistol-training.com||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Pursuit of Patriotism||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Recoil||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Rifleman Savant||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|SayUncle||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Shakey Pete's Shootin' Shack||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Shall Not Be Questioned||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|She's a Garand Gal||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Sipsey Street Irregulars||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|SurvivalBlog.com||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Tech, Guns, and Food Blog||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The Arms Room||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The Clue Meter||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The Displaced Louisiana Guy||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The Firearm Blog||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The Freeholder||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The Law Office of Mark Knapp PLLC||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The Michael Bane Blog||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The Minuteman||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The New Rifleman||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The Price of Liberty||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The Smallest Minority||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The Smallest Minority||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The Ultimate Answer to Kings||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The View From North Central Idaho||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The War on Guns||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The War on Guns||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|The Zelman Partisans||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|To Which I Replied...||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Traction Control||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|View From The Porch||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|
|Weer'd World||XML||12:55, Tuesday, 28 March||15:55, Tuesday, 28 March|