if/when Trump’s legal remedies do not prevail over the Reds’ efforts, the America of your youth has been conquered in full by the Communists.
November 24, 2020
The Crisis Is Here
[While I understand the concern, I’m not in complete agreement it’s game over.—Joe]
Oregon Governor: Snitch On Your Neighbors For Violating Thanksgiving COVID Orders [More]
And remember to insult those feeding you and who still pay the freight on your worthless carcass in the most obnoxiously self-righteous way possible!
[Via Mack H and ...
Yeah, there's been radio silence here for a bit - sorry about that. There's been a LOT going on: new job is going well but things move fast there, settling Mom's affairs, fallout from the move. Life has been busy.
I expect there will be relax time over this weekend, and hope to get more posts out. In the meantime, to make it up to you, all posts today will be free of charge.
C.J. Grover, in the Spectator, argues that links to Socialism, outside a few twisted urban enclaves are the kiss of death for democrats, and Biden’s support for the radical democrat party base’s noxious ideas was responsible for a bloodbath producing an “astonishing 17-seat gain for the GOP and the Democrats holding the smallest House majority in two decades.”
Why not use the GOP near-House-Majority to give the dems a bit more rope to hang themselves?
For Democrats to be truly honest, America deserves Speaker AOC. House Republicans should hand her the gavel.
The House Speaker is elected at the start of every new Congress by a simple majority of the Representative...
No, not talking about the Lone Ranger – back before that fictional character was nothing but a foil for a comic actor (now blacklisted by Hollywood in another example of arrogance).
Actually I’m talking about a man I saw a few days ago. It is a true story with a moral and a disappointing end – not unexpected but disappointing.
I and my family were at the church meetinghouse about 45 minutes before our worship assembly was scheduled: we were helping prepare and clean and sanitize everything. This man, who has visited before, came in, asking about when class and worship would start, then sat down.
He told me, “I’m wearing a mask because I’m 68 and have diabetes.”
I assured him no one in the congregation would object to him wearing a mask or not shaking hands. It was each person’s choice.
That seemed to agitate him, and he then told me, “I’ve filed a petition with a federal judge to force everyone to wear masks all the time.”
I replied, “It is your right to wear or not wear a mask, but we don’t believe you have...
Samuel Colt disliked the idea of a double action revolver, considering the idea to be wasteful of ammunition and likely to be fragile. However, he passed away in 1862, and by 1873 double action Webley (and other British make) pocket revolvers were starting to become popular in the United States. In order to compete with them, the Colt company decided to introduce its own first double action model. Designed by talented Colt engineer William Mason, the Model 1877 was released in three calibers, .32 (the Rainmaker), .38 (the Lightning), and .41 (the Thunderer). Only a few hundred of the .32 models were made, but the Lightning and Thunderer were quite successful, with 166,849 made between 1877 and 1909. Both calibers were offered as 6-shot guns on identical frames. Barrels could be had form 1.5 inches up to 10 inches, with or without ejectors, and with a variety of fini...
Some consider the B&T APC9 to be the “Swiss watch” of pistol caliber carbines. As you may remember, the U.S. Army selected the B&T APC9 K as their New Sub Compact Weapon last year, with an initial order of 350 firearms. B&T USA have now made a limited run to commemorate the contract, which includes […]
Looking for a thermal scanner or didn’t know that you needed one? There are many models on the market and if the Pulsar XM30S and Axion XQ38s feel too small and the Accolade 2 LRF XP50 Thermal Binoculars too big, there’s soon a remedy in the form of an updated version of the Pulsar Helion 2 […]
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My friends are getting frantic. They want to buy guns and they are thinking (in states where this is legal to do) of buying guns for their daughters. There’s a big problem, though. The guns are gone. Ammo is nonexistent. So what should they do? I recommend getting these new shooters started with Walther airsoft pistols.
Sponsored by Walther Arms...
Not everyone is a fan of the “quintessential” pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving. My sister-in-law, whom I referenced during last week’s craft, is the perfect example of this type of person. This Thanksgiving, as she has graciously offered to host us for the holiday since I’m about 400 months pregnant and have a wee girl, I am determined to bring her a dessert that she will love. This layered pumpkin delight from Lil’ Luna surely fills the bill.
I stumbled across this fabulous recipe 1 early morning when I couldn’t get comfortable enough to sleep (pregnancy problems) and was passing time by browsing Facebook. The Internet Gods must have known that I was hungry and craving a cool dessert, because this gorgeous concoction popped up on my feed. I immediately added the ingredients to my online order for grocery pickup later that day (pandemic solutions), and made the dessert that very evening. Not only is it simple, easy and attractive, this layered dessert ...
Monday, I had occasion to be in my firewall. Looking at the system log, I was a little shocked to see the volume of incoming dropped connection attempts. That image above is roughly 3 minutes worth of log entries.
While working professionally, this volume of drops on my firewall would have been a very slow day. But in a residential environment, it really does cause me to raise that eyebrow.
We've always known the Intertubz was a dangerous place. It has been for many years now. But the threat level is rising constantly. This is an area in your defenses that you need to pay attention to. I suspect I'll be upping my game soon enough.
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com November 24, 2020 Last updated on 11/25/20. While we here at DefenseReview (DR) certainly like our tactical AR (AR-15) rifles, carbines and short barreled rifles (SBR’s), we also like our AK’s (Kalashnikov AKM’s), and Arsenal Inc. out of Las Vegas makes some pretty interesting ones. The most …
This is the birthday of explorer and pilot Admiral Richard Byrd (1888–1957). His autobiography titled Alone is a must-read. Margaret Thatcher was born on October 13, 1925. She was the UK’s first female Prime Minister. She died in 2013. — A Liberty Paradigm Publishing Update: My #1 Son wrote to mention: “All of the pre-orders for Survival Retreats & Relocation have been shipped. We have about 50 copies left from our first print run, so now’s a great time to get a copy before the holidays. If interest continues strong, we will try to have one more run in …
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Each of us has our own trials, these need not keep us from accomplishing what is necessary. For the sake of you, the reader, my disability began when I was 11 years old with a major single-car accident. My spine decided to advance to Grade IV spondylolisthesis, it was not until I was in my late 20s that I found out it was congenital on my mother’s side. That said, after a few surgeries, months in the hospital, traction, full-body casts and learning to walk again, I decided to move forward with my life. I worked for close to two …
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Here are JWR’s Recommendations of the Week for various media and tools of interest to SurvivalBlog readers. The focus is usually on emergency communications gear, bug out bag gear, books, and movies–often with a tie-in to disaster preparedness, and links to “how-to” self-sufficiency videos. There is also an emphasis on links to sources for storage food and a variety of storage and caching containers. You will also note an emphasis on history books and historical movies. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. This week, some of the few Baofeng UV-5R multiband transceivers still available in the United …
December is a gun auction month. Many of the largest American firearm auction houses hold premier auctions in December where they sell the most unique, rare and expensive firearms. When the companies publish the catalogs of their premier auctions, we thoroughly browse them to find and tell you about the most interesting guns consigned to these […]
Topic: Photo Of The Day Location: PACIFIC OCEAN – USS Somerset (LPD 25) Date & Time: Oct. 6, 2020 We’re onboard the USS Somerset (LPD 25), on top of the flight deck of the amphibious transport dock ship looking at a U.S. Marine Corps as they practice weapon handling techniques with their rifles. The USS […]
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Welcome everyone to the 74th 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 have […]
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Freedom of Information Act Requests sent Monday by attorney Stephen Stamboulieh on behalf of this correspondent ask the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and the United States Secret Service, to produce documentation regarding both agencies’ participation in investigating the disappearance of a firearm belonging to Hunter Biden, son of media-designated (but as yet uncertified) “president-elect” Joe Biden. [More]
Michelangelo Merisi Caravaggio was born in Milan in 1571, in the household of an official to the Marchese of Caravaggio. He apprenticed under Milanese painter Simone Peterzano, then later moved to Rome after some trouble with the local law in Milan.
In Rome, he worked for Gius...
"March for Our Lives" used to actually mean that, instead of being a ridiculous slogan celebrating pussification indoctrination. What more proof is needed that the assumption was the citizenry would be armed? Think of a time when Congress actually gave them guns, and without locks. [Watch]
[Via Michael G]
Moyer was indicted along with two officers from the Sheriff’s Office, according to a release from the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office. The officers were charged with soliciting bribes for issuing concealed carry permits. [More]
We just got done talking about bad Apples.
Oh look-- he also gave money to Schumer:
I don't suppose...
On Monday, Nagdy's life was cut short. He was shot and killed shortly before 12:30 a.m. in the 2100 block of Crittenden Drive, becoming the latest victim in a record year of gun violence in Louisville that has disproportionately affected young Black men. [More]
I don't suppose we could ask about who disproportionately affected him? No protests over that?
And if he was "irreplaceable," does that mean everybody will go home now?
So of course most of you are used to hearing my fisks in Audio format on the Assorted Calibers Podcast, and the podcast is ideal for taking on audio or video anti-gun propaganda.
But Text fisks are where blogs shine! So with that here is a Fisk of Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown propaganda piece entitled: Debunking Gun Myths at the Dinner Table
The talking points are really so elementary that I can’t help but fisk it. Buckle up!
Criminals will always find a way to get their hands on a gun.
Laws like background checks stop gun sales to criminals every day. Since 1994, these laws have blocked more than 3.5 million gun sales to people who could not legally own guns.
So first up I wrote a whole post talking about what nonsense the Brady bill and its background checks are. While that number of denials happen, a good number of them are appealed, and virtually none of t...
and here? So you can suck up to the politicians and admin? Fuck that and fuck you, I'm gone!"“Since then, staff turnover and administrative delays, those things have held up this process of making sure my officers can safely and legally fulfill their duties without firearms, and keeping this campus secure in the midst of ongoing unrest in Portland,” he added.
I'd imagine the morons thought "So what if the officers don't like it, what are they going to do, quit? What? They QUIT?"
I'd imagine they're going to have fun finding people to replace them. Especially with the campus communists already breaking the office windows and such.
Nearly a year ago, at SHOT Show 2020, TFB and TFB TV reported on the Laugo Alien pistol. During the Vegas convention, Lancer Systems hosted a range event to showcase these 9mm handguns, which they were working on importing from the Czech Republic at that time. Lancer indicated that they were expecting a late Spring […]
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Looking for a quality holster on a budget? Uncle Mike’s have developed and added a new IWB/OWB holster (Inside- or Outside-the-Waistband) that will fit a wide range of “pocket rocket” handguns from SIG Sauer, Glock, Springfield and Smith & Wesson. Considering the re...
Guns have no place in shopping malls or other places in which crowds of people gather. Mayfair has a strict no-gun policy. If the shooter had complied with that policy, no one would have been hurt yesterday.
Mayor of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
November 21, 2020
Wauwatosa Mayor: “Guns have no place in shopping malls”
[It’s as if he believes the gun caused the shooting while the human pulling the trigger was an unwilling participant.
New Leader in “Dumbest Statement By Elected Official” category. GFZ fail.
Yup. Incredibly dumb. At first I thought it had to be some live response to a question or something. I could see someone saying something like that while under some stress in a live situation. But no. This was a written statement released from the Mayor’s office.
The stupid, or perhaps chutzpah, really runs deep in these people.—Joe]
I think I'm finally on the mend. I've been taking probiotics to heal the gut after 60 days of antibiotics (Young Living Life 9) and can now keep food down. It's been a really rough 8 months. Had there not been the COVID outbreak I would have been in the hospital at the first signs of an issue, treated and probably released a week later. But 3 months of "virtual"(known as useless) doctors that misdiagnosed me meant two subsequent hospital visits and months of antibiotics. Not being able to eat was an issue - I lost a bunch of weight and ending up falling not long ago (just weak) and busting the back...
The Censorship Intensifies Against Fieldcraft Survival [More]
[Via Michael G]
Trump Supporter Charged with Assault for Breathing on Protesters [More]
Raymond Deskins should have been. He should have had his ass kicked first. Seeing as how people have died from the virus and there's no way he can certify himself to be free of it, I wouldn't fault someone for pulling a gun on this pig. And he didn't just breathe," he intentionally forcefully exhaled and blew. I'm sure with a black background and lighting, high-speed photography would have revealed a galaxy of droplets. I'd vote to acquit someone who drove this piece of crap's nose into his skull with their elbow.
And he's quite some "conservative," ...
Who thinks those engineering the changes will allow a return to the old ways? Should the default assumption be that the conditioning is happening for the reasons stated? Why?
I'm the last one to say we should treat this like it's nothing -- which is the way opportunistic would-be rulers treat freedom when they tell us the virus is everything.
[Via Matthew L]UPDATE: Apparently the guy took the video down and MOVED IT TO HERE. It's about COVID restrictions and how they keep moving the goalposts so we will ac...
The campus police chief hauled him into his office and told him he should’ve been “smarter” than to exercise his First Amendment rights without the college’s permission. [More]
And if he had defied and resisted, guess what would have happened next.
The chief's name is Stan Livingston, by the way, and it's incomplete reporting not to tell us who deserves to have special contempt follow them around as a warning to others who "just follow orders" über alles. He and all the other wannabe tyrants are named in the complaint.
The practice is allowed for lawmakers, with some limitations, under decades-old congressional regulations. The public is barred from carrying weapons in the Capitol, its grounds and office buildings. [More]
Just so we're clear-- the "public servants" who say you can't, under penalty of up-to-lethal enforcement, reserve that "privilege" for themselves.
The "lawmaker loophole," eh? I wonder how many are gun-grabbing Democrats. I wonder why they have it set up so we'll never know. And I wonder if Rep.-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene will back up her fine words about "work[ing] to end ALL gun-free zones" by introducing a bill?
This is not “playing” people. It is war. They are trying to kill us politically, and we need to respond accordingly, to fight fire with fire. [More]
The way such things always work out is that undesirables are killed not just politically, but literally, and in great numbers. I'm trying to think of a historical instance where that was stopped with words.
It could never happen here, right?
Some of us have been calling them "racists, liars, character assassins and aspiring totalitarians," Mr. Horowitz. It's not enough. Patriotic Americans will need to summon the courage to do a lot more than that, and they need their "pundits" presenting themselves as plain speakers to speak plainly.
An observation by Mr. Henry seems appropriate here.
Local hangout Moe & Johnny's has been shuttered, hopefully temporarily.
During the summer, they'd converted the parking lot into awning-covered outdoor dining, but that deprived them of all their parking spaces, and parking there was fraught as it is, with a tiny lot and limited spaces.
I got lunch there a few times over the summer, dining on the patio, and business was noticeably slower. Of course, the coffee house business in the morning and the lunch crowd were always ancillary to the big evening crowds, especially during sporting events, and 2020 has just hammered that business model flat.
I've been making a point of supporting the local joints...I mean, I always have anyway, but I've been making an extra point of late....
Just checking the price of silver and gold this morning, both are still high but down from peaks in August. Silver had kissed $30/oz and gold flickered briefly over $2k/oz, and both had spent the bulk of the election season in a plateau.
At $1,812/oz for gold and $23/oz for silver at the time I type this, they're both down to levels they hadn't seen since July. (Which is still high, mind you.)
They generally make a good proxy barometer for measuring how wigged-out people are over stuff in general.
[Ed: The Massas one “labor[s] so hard for” in Old Virginny: formerly blackfaced Herring is the anti-freedom politico on the left, similarly scandalized Governor Ralph Northam at center, and accused sexual assaulter Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax on the right.] Last week, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring caught wind of law-abiding citizens planning to gather to […]
This showed up on Facebook this morning.
Wikipedia tells us:
Marcel Leyat was a French automobile manufacturer, born in Die, established by Marcel Leyat in 1919 in Paris. The automobiles were built on the Quai de Grenelle.
The first model was called Hélica, also known as ‘The plane without wings’. The passengers sat behind each other as in an aircraft. The vehicle was steered using the rear wheels and the car was not powered by an engine turning the wheels, but by a giant propeller powered by an 8 bhp (6.0 kW) Scorpion engine. The entire body of the vehicle was made of plywood, and weighed just 250 kg (550 lb), which made it dangerously fast.
In 1927, A Hélica reached the speed of 106 mph (171 km...
Folks, Thanksgiving is here. Yet the election dominates the headlines and the opinion pages, and people’s conversations. It is clear that a LOT of people, on both sides, are panicking. It may be as serious a public health threat as COVID-19 – or seasonal flu! Maybe you have a friend or family member that exhibits these symptoms. Or… maybe you have some of them.
On May 20, 1826 the United States Congress formally presented Model 1819 Hall rifles with personalized silver plaques to the 20 members of Aikin’s Volunteers, for their “Gallantry at the Siege of Plattsburg”. The Volunteers were a group of 20 boys, aged 14-17, from the Plattsburg Academy who joined up under 21-year-old Martin Aikin to help in the Defense of Platssburg during the British Invasion in 1814. The boys acted as valuable scouts in the days leading up to the battle, and on the main day of fighting they manned positions at a mill on the Saranac River, preventing British troops from crossing under rifle fire. The American General Macomb commended the boys’ contribution to the battle, and promised each a rifle as a token. Of thanks. It would take Congress 14 years to fulfill that promise, but they finally did in 1826, with the only rifles ever presented to civilia...
With the Next Generation Squad Weapon (NGSW) program underway, the US army is considering changes in squad size. Working with the basic assumption that introducing new weapons might mean a change in optimal squad organization, the Army’s Maneuver Battle Lab recently revealed that they have commenced a study tackling the issue. While it is uncertain if any […]
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Henry, a manufacturer of classic lever action rifles, has spent the last few years bringing new features into their most popular models. Ranging from side loading gates to threaded barrels and accessory rails, Henry is listening to customer requests and building traditional guns with additional modern features. And they have just announced their most all-encompassing […]
Today, Smith & Wesson Issued a pistol recall notice for their M&P Shield EZ Pistols manufactured between the dates of March 1st, 2020, and October 31st, 2020. Smith & Wesson has identified cracked hammers that fail to fully engage the sear which subsequently caused multiple successive discharges of the firearm without depressing the trigger. If […]
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In case you did not know, Redfield is basically the cheapest Leupold scopes now. Very nice but not quite as fancy.
What if, I could invent a bullet, and it'd be the same size as the 7.62x51 we use now, but instead of effective range of 800 yards, it would have an effective range of two miles, for the average skilled user?
That would be a game changer as soon as we were able to see that far.
But that's the game changer of the Minie Ball, which came out just before the Civil War. An order of magnitude better than the standard spherical ball.
I first learned about these in Civil War History, in college, of course, and it's stayed with me ever since. Able to be loosely packed in a rifled barrel, the looseness defeated fouling from residue. But it could still be muzzle loaded as quickly as a non-rifled musket patch/ball. The cupped base made the round expand on firing pressures, to engage the la...
And JFK is still dead. 57y +2d.
Of course his party is closer to Lee Harvey than to him, now.
But at least the clan is losing its luster. The name doesn't guarantee a win in Boston anymore. That Howdy Doordy is the son of Joe Kennedy II. He is not the one that paralyzed the late Pam Kelley. 2 did that.
Joe Senior had another son named Bobby, who had a son he named Joe 2. No direct relation to Joe Jr. Not a father-s...
Written by Greg Ellifritz
Read the story below. It’s a prime example of everything that shouldn’t happen in a fight, but sometimes does anyway.
A grand jury has issued two indictments charging the Santa Clara County Undersheriff, a previously indicted sheriff’s captain, a local business owner, and the head of Global Security for Apple, Inc. with bribery.
Undersheriff Rick Sung , 48, and Captain James Jensen, 43, are accused of requesting bribes for concealed firearms (CCW) licenses, while insurance broker Harpreet Chadha, 49, and Apple’s Chief Security Officer Thomas Moyer, 50, are accused of offering bribes to get them.
The defendants will be arraigned on January 11, 2021 at the Hall of Justice in San Jose. If convicted, the defendants could receive prison time.
DA Jeff Rosen said: “Undersheriff Sung and Captain Jensen treated CCW licenses as commodities and found willing buyers. Bribe seekers should be reported to the District Attorney’s Office, not rewarded with ...
Important Note: I’ve decided to launch my Friday of Color Week Sale early, at Elk Creek Company. It will begin today (Tuesday, November 24, 2020.) It will end at midnight, Pacific time on Friday, November 27, 2020. Note the sharply-reduced prices. Keep in mind that I’ll be traveling for the entire month of December, and I’ll then be putting the company on an order-taking hiatus. So this is your last chance to buy a few pre-1899 antique guns from us in 2020. I should also mention that our inventory has been drawn down to just 45 pieces. Our re-stocking isn’t …
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Preventive Maintenance (PM) is a series of activities and procedures performed on machines to keep them in top shape and functioning properly over the long term. The body is a biological machine, and needs a certain amount of Preventive Maintenance (PM) to work well when it is needed to work. This is a compilation of some things that can be done to make that personal machine run better, ready for whatever tasks that it is asked to do. This is my list, I am not a medical professional so do not take it as that, and as always, mileage 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, a news story about some Spokane bicycle thieves. (See the Central & Eastern Washington section.) Idaho Second grizzly bear poaching in two months reported in Idaho county o o o Hundreds of steelhead to be released into the Boise River Thursday afternoon o o o …
“When you become entitled to exercise the right of voting for public officers, let it be impressed on your mind that God commands you to choose for rulers, ‘just men who will rule in the fear of God.’ The preservation of [our] government depends on the faithful discharge of this Duty; if the citizens neglect their Duty and place unprincipled men in office, the government will soon be corrupted; laws will be made, not for the public good so much as for selfish or local purposes; corrupt or incompetent men will be appointed to execute the Laws; the public revenues …
COLUMBIA, Mo., November 18, 2020 — Lockdown® is thrilled to announce that the new state-of-the-art Puck product has been chosen by ‘Guns & Ammo’ magazine as an award winner. The Puck has been declared “2020 Gun Tech of the Year” by the renowned magazine, whose award team initially received the product and tested it for themselves on their gun safes. Upon realizing how versatile the device was, the magazine’s staff used the product on everything from safes to doors and quickly deemed the smart device a winner.
There are multiple factors contributing to the shortage of primers. I had previously heard or assumed most of them in the following post. But the Remington component to “The Great Primer Shortage of 2020.” was new to me.
From Powder Valley, Why Is There a Primer Supply Shortage?
Demand, however, is just one part of the story. Disruptions in the supply chain have also made a big impact on the availability of primers. When it comes to ammunition supplies, bullets are easy to manufacture, brass can be re-used, and powder is generally stockpiled by companies (though perhaps not the kind you’re looking for). This leaves primers, which are relatively difficult to make, as the component that causes the bulk of ammo shortages.
In the U.S., only four companies (Winchester, Remington, Federal, and CCI) manufacture primers for civilian use, law enforcement, and the military. Even under perfect circumstances, there’s only so much they can produce at once, and needless to say, circumstances have not been perfect during the pandemic. People getting sick, missing work to take ...
So, CA Gov Newsom and family are quarantining. They are blaming either a California Highway Patrolman who is part of their security detail or a classmate of one of their kids at a private school (that was open for in-person learning, by the by--they are now closing down for two weeks despite the fact that they are saying that school is the safest place to be).
Regardless, if any of them, especially Newsom come up with a positive test, I'm sure that the rabid contact tracers will not lead back to the French Laundry....
According to Hot Air, there is a House race in Iowa that is down to single digits in the vote counting.
The closest House election in the country is even closer now. I wrote about this race earlier this month. Iowa Republican Mariannette Miller-Meeks led Democrat Rita Hart on election night by fewer than 300 votes. Then an election auditor discovered that Jasper County had counted a block of 406 votes for Miller-Meeks twice. Subtracting those double-counted votes put Hart in the lead. But then another county discovered it had failed to report 271 votes for Miller-Meeks, putting her back in the lead but only by 47 votes. Now a recount has tightened the race to single digits.
Currently, six votes by the last count.
I remember a judgeship in a small rural parish in Louisiana, back in the late '80s or early '90s. The sitting judge had died and they held an election to find a replacement. The vote came out a dead-tie. Both candidates became plaintiffs and started suing everyone in sight. Because ...
Press release here. Very clumsy, these people. The standard is to give to the sheriff's re-election fund, then discover that that somehow means you are a reliable person with a sufficient personal need to carry a firearm.
Let’s be clear – guns like the SIG MCX, GLOCKs, the H&K SP5 and AR-15’s are all awesome. Everyone interested in personal protection, shooting sports or just collecting should have some combination of a modern pistol and a semiautomatic rifle and have the training to use them with proficiency. But when we are discussing the […]
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Makers of shotguns and hunting rifles have reportedly been debanked in recent years.
Yes, this is to require financial institutions to not discriminate against the gun industry (among several others).
[Reposted from November 23, 2013.]
November 23 is the Feast Day of Blessed Miguel Pro. Born on January 13, 1891, in Guadalupe, Mexico, Miguel Pro was ordained a Jesuit priest in Belgium in 1925. He returned to his home country in 1926, in the midst of that country's Cristeros War. After being falsely accused of an attempted bombing, Father Pro was executed by government forces without trial.
Blessed Miguel Pro's final request was to be allowed to pray to his heavenly Father.
Photo Of The Day and above you have one of the best photos of the VSS Vintorez (GRAU designation 6P29) we’ve ever seen. We’re looking at a Russian soldier from the tank army of the Western Military District, as he provides overwatch for an ambush with the ultimate aim to seize “secret documents”. According to legend, […]
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Hello and welcome back to another edition of The Rimfire Report. In this weekly series, we explore, discuss, and review the various firearms, ammunition, and topics surrounding the rimfire firearm world. This week we’re going to have a little fun and poke at some of the most overhyped firearms that exist in the rimfire firearm world. While […]
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Yesterday, eight people were shot at Mayfair Mall. Fortunately, all eight have survived and are believed to be recovering. Mayfair Mall is secure but is closed today....
Guns have no place in shopping malls or other places in which crowds of people gather. Mayfair has a strict no-gun policy. If the shooter had complied with that policy, no one would have been hurt yesterday.
They obviously need a "no mass shootings" policy as well.
Went to the range. Didn't stay long. My neck issues make my hold extra weak and the nerves tingly. I don't like this one bit.
Also, only had 14 rounds with. Forgot to reload mags, so...
Fixing this issue cannot come soon enough.
Scott Morefield at Townhall wrote what I consider to be a fantastic opinion piece regarding masks and how they have reached religious icon status. It's pretty much everything I have thought about minus the F-Bombs I would have included.
This seems appropriate today...
I'm thinking some kind of GabbyAward trophy for the mayor is in order.
Florida cops will soon get their hands on ‘The Rook,’ a bulletproof bulldozer that looks like it’s carrying an armored port-a-john filled with SWAT operators. [More]
It looks like a vertical group coffin. Is it also fireproof, and why does "I ain't gettin' in that thing" sound like a common response in the making?
I have explained how a hopelessly-performing diagnostic test has been, and continues to be used, not for diagnosis of disease but, it seems, solely to create fear. [More]
Sure. That way, the herd bleats for government to save them -- by any means "necessary."
And guess who the ones are who decide what's "essential."
[Via Roger J]
I wouldn't assume he just means what he's referring to as Reichsparteitag attendees... [More]
“If I could work my will,” said Scrooge indignantly, “Every idiot who goes about with ‘Merry Christmas’ on his lips, should be boiled with his own pudding, and buried with a stake of holly through his heart. He should!”
Campus Reform finds that Scrooge has been reincarnated and is teaching at Columbia.
A Columbia University faculty member has called for an end to the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, calling the tree emblematic of an “absolutely toxic relationship” with nature.
Arguing that the tree is a “veritable island for wildlife,” Columbia University faculty member and environmental journalist Brian Kahn decried the loss of the ecological haven. Kahn is set to teach a class in spring 2021 titled “Applications in Climate and Society.”
The company SuppressorTools already has a few mentions here at TFB. Typically they develop and manufacture tools for today’s most popular sound suppressors, but this one has nothing to do with suppressors. A lot of people use red dots and the Aimpoint ACRO is one of the newer ones on the market. Changing the battery without […]
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Arizona-based Riton Optics, specialising in rifle scopes and red dots, were initially founded 7 years ago and have now announced they have moved into a new 10,000 square foot production facility with room for further expansion. Here’s Riton’s full announcement: Tucson, AZ – Former U.S. Air Force service member and Capitol Police Officer, Brady Speth […]
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The family was talking yesterday at lunch, and of course, politics came into the conversation, and I made the statement that either Sidney Powell was about to unload the biggest crime ever perpetrated on electoral politics, or she was barking batshit crazy. I didn't see any other options to what I was seeing in the news.
We're watching a political drama play out, probably unlike anything I've seen in my lifetime. The 2000 election was close, but I believe that this drama exceeds the "hanging-chad" drama because that one focused on bureaucratic incompetence, while this one seems to hinge on allegations of criminality.
This morning over coffee, I'd reading that...
Has Moscow been secretly microwaving our spies for years? CIA investigates after the world was shocked by claims Indian troops had been 'cooked alive' by Chinese electromagnetic pulse weapon [More]
Will that fall under "Every terrible implement of the soldier"?
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I can't say this on facebook, but I feel it's important to say. I was a facebook Fact Checker. And your conspiracy theories about facebook, are more true than you realize. [More]
I cannot verify this and the person who posted it does not provide a link nor give attribution to tell us who the source is, so there is really no way to verify it or assess that person's credibility. That said, the information presented is intriguing and is certainly worth having someone with the investigative resources follow all the leads and bring back a truthful report.
Why Many Conservatives are Boycotting Black Rifle Coffee (CEO donated to Obama and Tulsi) [Watch]
Just because you like guns doesn't mean you support freedom. What's disappointing is how many recognized "leaders" are deliberately muddling that message.
Just ask Lon Horiuchi.
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In short, the scientists concluded intrusive measures are not needed to bend the curve. [More]
So private incentives beat repressive coercion? Who could possibly have looked at the history of this country and its achievements in freedom, science, technology, and prosperity, compared to the rest of the world, and gleaned that?
[Via Henry Bowman]
As per established practice, due to volume precluding individual posts, this will be updated as new tips come in. And as I always urge, look at all allegations with an attitude of healthy questioning and evidence testing.
Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, tapped by the Biden transition team to be deputy chief of staff in a new administration, has expressed her full support for not only banning commonly-owned firearms, but confiscating them from legal gun owners as well. [More]
The obnoxious, condescending cow seems pretty sure she's the one dealing from a position of strength on that:
Those brainwashed-from-the-cradle little girls are perfect examples of Democrat voters. Their argument is just as cogent and informed.
Speaking as someone who devoured them up until I started finding more age-appropriate literature a lot more interesting, what some of us mean is comic books were originally supposed to be for children, and not vehicles for perverted man-children to pollute the minds of impressionable youngsters with sexualized garbage and subversive "progressivism."
Kind of like "The CW" does.
And yeah, I get that the fi...
The video, which circulated on social media Saturday morning, shows a tense back and forth, with one deputy pointing out that people weren't wearing masks and the protesters accusing county representatives of trespassing and entering the property without a warrant. [More]
Keep p!$$!ng off the normals, Democrats.
And the Latino population is not a monolith. [More]
Of course not. Some of our best friends are those who have learned from life and opted for freedom. After all, that 70% are gun-grabbing Democrats presupposes 30% are something else. Still, it would be foolish to assume all of the remainders are pals.
The great object is that no government policy be enacted that does not advance the intent of the Preamble.
When you think of the suppressor market, there are some manufacturer names that immediately come to mind. There usually aren’t too many surprises or obscure brands on “best of” or “reader’s choice” lists. The New Mexico-based CGS Group, also known as Chaos Gear Supply, has historically not been one of those more famous names. However, […]
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The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) has been pretty heavily affected by this year’s nationwide events. As a result of canceled competitions, the rule changes that were applied to the 2020 competition season ended up not being tested and thus CMP decided not to publish new rulebooks for the 2021 season. However, they have released the […]
I will never feel sad or jubilant anymore because of the skin color/race composition of a candidate. Why? Look no further than Gary Locke, David Chiu or Evan Low. Identity politics produce horrible results. For candidates, we will listen to what they say and see what they do.
Tweeted on November 15, 2020
[Some people are slow learners. But it’s better late than never.
I feel sad when I know someone has been chosen for any job or political office because of skin color/race composition. I want someone chosen because of merit. Unfortunately, considerations other than merit are becoming just as important in both the corporate and, especially, the political world. This is a recipe for disaster in many different ways.—Joe]
If you’re utterly ineffectual at solving problems that are largely the result of a “progressive” agenda you're pushing, you need to have the right weasel words ready to redirect and deflect when things predictably fail. [More]
With all the millions of signs like this posted all over the country, it's fair to ask if even one sociopathic misfit intent on murdering helpless victims has ever changed his mind because of them.
The big dish at Arecibo, practically a supporting cast member in movies like Contact and GoldenEye, as well as the first episode of The X-Files' second season, "Little Green Men" has made it through hurricanes and earthquakes in the past, but it appears that 2020 was just too much for the mighty radio telescope.
Al Perrotta, like a lot of the rest of us, finds it hard to believe that Biden won on the up and up.
Joe Biden won crucial swing states fair and square — despite getting blown away in bellweather Ohio and Florida, despite being down by hundreds of thousands of votes until the mysterious shutdowns in counting, despite Trump outperforming Biden campaign’s own expectations, despite underperforming Hillary Clinton everywhere else in the country, despite not campaigning, despite having no ground game, despite having zero enthusiasm, despite losing support among minorities,...
In 1949, North Korea began production of a domestic copy of the Soviet PPSh-41 submachine gun. Designated the M49, it used a blend of Russian and Chinese characteristics, but was mechanically identical to the standard model, distinguishable only by its markings and its slightly oval-shaped stock profile.
Production began in a factory located in Pyongyang, which was briefly captured by Allied forces in late 1950. Upon retaking the city, the Korean government moved production to a safer location farther north, where the guns continued to be made until 1955.
Hogue have added the Springfield Armory Hellcat to their line of HandALL sleeve grips. In need of more purchase on your Hellcat? You can now pick up a precision fit rubber grip sleeve in six colours with a cobblestone texture. The Beavertail HandALL sleeves come in a range of colours Black, OD Green, Flat Dark […]
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I listened to a couple of interesting radio shows today on Israel Newstalk radio while I was working outside. One of them was Political Hitman, and the topic was the 25th anniversary of the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin. The other was The Jay Shapiro show, and his topic was The American Election and Israel.
Both of them dovetail with the dumpster fire we are seeing on a daily basis. The left is fast accelerating from #AspiringTyrants to #Tyrants. They no longer feel they need to hide their agenda and their plans for America. I don’t know if I was ever naive enough to think that the left wanted what was best for America, they just thought there was a different path to achieve it. They don’t want that, they want to destroy her. At the root of their belief system is communism. Communism where everyone is equal. In misery. They all have the same, deprivation, misery and pain....
On November 23rd, 1980, a 7.2-magnitude quake struck southern Italy killing more than 3,000 people. The casualty toll was probably so high because the tremor struck during Sunday night mass, as many residents sat in churches that crumbled in the quake. The quake was centered in Eboli, south of Naples. In nearby Balvano, children were preparing to receive their first communion at the 1,000-year-old Conza Della Comapgna church. The church was demolished and killed dozens of people, including 26 children. — Please keep in mind that I will be traveling for the month of December, so if you want to …
A quick test: Who is the largest maker of handguns in the free world? Nope, you’re wrong if you guessed anyone except Taurus Firearms. Most people would have probably guessed Ruger, Smith & Wesson, SIG-Sauer, or take your pick. However, Taurus produces more handguns than any other gun company in the world. Then we have the gun buyers who complain that Taurus doesn’t produce good or reliable firearms – and they would be wrong, once again. Look, every gun maker, no matter how good of a company they are, has some “lemons” sneak out the door – it just happens …
The following recipe for a DIY Sweet Cornbread Mix is from SurvivalBlog reader “St. Funogas”. This should more properly be called D**n Yankee Cornbread Mix since no self-respecting Southerner would put sugar in their cornbread. Adjust ingredients as needed. I make this mix in batches large enough to fit a two-quart mason jar, which makes 10 servings in the microwave in a 5” x 7” Pyrex dish, or 5 servings of 8 x 8 cornbread in a conventional oven. This recipe will work after the grid goes down since the ingredients (or substitutes) will still be home-produced by many preppers. …
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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. We also cover hedges, derivatives, and obscura. Most of these items are from the “tangibles heavy” contrarian perspective of SurvivalBlog’s Founder and Senior Editor, JWR. Today, we further examine suburban and rural relocation. (See the Tangibles Investing section.) Precious Metals: An interview with Dave Kranzler: The Economy, Gold, Silver And Mining Stocks o o o Degussa sees gold price rising to $2,500 by mid-2021 as central banks continue to print money Economy & Finance: David Morgan: Quantitative Easing Our …
I saw this on a restaurant in Idaho recently:
What I found odd was that there were no identification of the advocates. I expected something like, “Clearwater County Republicans”, “John Birch Society”, or “something” on the posters taking credit for the messages. But there was nothing.
Has anyone seen them elsewhere? Any ideas who they are?
Apple, the $2 trillion tech company, has lobbied Congress to soften the language in a bill aimed at preventing American companies from relying on forced labor in China for its products, according to a report from The Washington Post.
Two congressional staffers told The Post that lobbyists with the firm Fierce Government Relations have sought to water down the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act.
Because of the back pain I’ve been sleeping poorly, but it’s much better since Wednesday. Still, I’ve gotten 10+ hours Friday and Saturday night but have been dead on my feet anyway all weekend. I hope this isn’t a trend.
I doubt it’s mono. I don’t KISS anyone.
"VIRGINIA'S SECOND AMENDMENT SANCTUARIES: DO THEY HAVE LEGAL EFFECT?" A good piece, and timely.
Photo Of The Day and a look at Cobra Gold 19 where Thai and US Navy SEALs work together to seize a ship using special tactics. That boat looks quite interesting. The U.S. Navy SEALS with SEAL Team 5 and Royal Thai Navy SEALs conduct visit, board, search and seizure training during exercise Cobra Gold […]
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Alleges seeing widespread double counting, some apparently because of incompetence.
A year after Shootin' Buddy gifted it to me, I gave a glowing endorsement to the Maxpedition Fliegerduffel.
I just realized this morning that post was a decade ago. I've used this bag for eleven years now, in car trunks for road trips, a couple times as a carry-on on plane flights, and I don't know how many dozens of times it's been used as checked baggage in an airliner cargo hold.
No fraying, no unraveling, no popped seams... The only thing that's gone wrong was I accidentally untied one of the 550 cord loops on one of the zipper pulls and keep forgetting to replace it.
Since 2014, the blowout kit I got from Ambulance Driver's Shooter Self Care class at NRAAM* a blowout kit has been attached to the MOLLE webbing on the outside of the bag, and it's survived all that travel intact, too.
On this most recent trip, it even managed to get squoze into the teeny overhead bin on a CRJ200, and those things are tiny.
More than ten years on, the Maxpedition Fliegerduffel is still a heck of a bag....
“Othering Mushrooms: Migratism and its racist entanglements in the Brexit campaign.”
Deploying the ambivalence of mushrooms in the cultural imagination as an analytical lens, and drawing from Sara Ahmed’s (2010) theorization of ‘othering’ as an embodied process, the presentation examines the Brexit campaign’s migratism and its racist entanglements. Vráblíková argue...
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