If you carry a handgun as an armed citizen, this is an important video. Think, think, think about potential situations... and not only be ready for the battle, but the aftermath.
And in addition to thinking about situations... if you carry... pray, pray, pray you never have to live through what you've pondered and planned.
Carrying a gun is a sobering responsibility, unless you're not engaging your brain.
From USConcealedCarry.com: “Not Like the Movies? What Really Happens in a Gunfight.”
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We tend to think, or at least most of us tend to think, that when nations, including these united States, make public statements or take policy positions, these statements or positions are based on moral considerations.
Actually, I have become convinced that this is NOT the case.
A recent article by Josey Wales, on the website known as Liberty Balance2014.com, recently brought this home to me.
Quoting government sources, Wales points out that the U.S. national debt is now $17,742,108,970,073.37 Read more [...]
Now that Barack Obama has openly called for war, Michael Hirsh has decided it is time to try to revive the pretense that, until now, Obama has been a peace president.
In his article in Politico.com, “America’s New War President,” Hirsh writes,
With his new offensive against Islamic State terrorists in Syria, Barack Obama has a chance to revive his presidency, but the only way he can do that is to become a brand-new president, one who will be almost unrecognizable to his supporters. Read more [...]
Ezekiel Emanuel never uses the term, death panels, in this horrifying essay, but there is no question they are the point of the entire piece. Reading him, I keep having to remind myself that this is not the Onion—this is not a parody webpage or a conservative satire site.
The title is, “Why I Hope to Die at 75.” This is Death sending you a piece of Valentine candy with the words, “Be Mine” written on it.
Everything you need to know about modern liberalism can be derived from the Read more [...]
Climate change treason? Wow. This is becoming one of the most egregious cases in history of doubling-down when the evidence for your arguments is weak, or non-existent. Here is Robert F. Kennedy, Jr:
From CNS News:
Kennedy made the remarks in an interview with Climate Depot at a climate march in New York on Sunday:
Kennedy Jr. accused skeptical politicians of "selling out the public trust." "Those guys are doing the Koch Brothers bidding and are against all the evidence of the rational mind, Read more [...]
One of the things leveled against the sound and accurate preaching of God’s Word is that it is impractical and irrelevant to the issues we face every day. Nothing could be further from the truth. God the Creator of all things gives us this book of wisdom so that we may know how we are to live, how we are to make wise decisions, and how we are to conduct ourselves in the most important aspects of life.
Sound theology, based on sound exposition of God’s Holy Word, transforms our lives Read more [...]
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This may come as no surprise, but Google is severing ties with a group of conservative legislators called the American Legislative Exchange Council.
The stated reason is "climate change," which must be stopped because our secret masters have taught us so.
The ALEC does things like try to stop solar projects that come with free market restrictions that actually increase energy costs.
Once San Francisco Bay Area liberals realized the ALEC wasn't cool with the top-down "green" agenda, it was Read more [...]
Is it worth paying the cost of freedom? Our Founding Fathers considered this when they signed the Declaration of Independence, a bold creed announcing why we should be free. Rather than react out of emotion they carefully pondered known truths and reasoned about the value of being free. They stood on the authority of the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God that they understood entitled them to freedom. They considered the unalienable rights endowed by God including life, liberty and the pursuit Read more [...]
They can collect every innocent American's emails—record every phone call—take time out to trash people's homes and terrify them with Gestapo tactics to confiscate a vehicle they claim pollutes too much—but the Federal government can't even keep track of individuals who have gone overseas to train and fight for ISIS and then returned to the homeland? Are you kidding me?
[See also, “Boston Bomb Suspects Had ‘Terrorist’ License Plate.”]
This Washington Times report alleges that Read more [...]
Dear NRA, JPFO, SAF, and all other Second Amendment advocacy groups,
You are missing the biggest PR opportunity in history if you do not band together and seize this moment when we face the threat of lone wolf terrorism. Here is the context in which we must teach the truth:
From Canada.com: “ISIS to Canadians: ‘You will not feel secure in your bedrooms’”
The spokesman for the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham called for attacks on Canadians on Sunday in an apparent attempt to deter Read more [...]
I find this information about DHS incompetence to be stunningly good news... and horribly bad news.
It's great news, because DHS is an abysmal idea, which can be handled by other law enforcement departments and agencies--that in many cases have more accountability to the People
It's terrible news, in that it means the percentage of sociopaths in DHS is rising, as the sane and sober few leave. Sociopaths, drunk with the power their position affords them, will drive the agency into the dark Read more [...]
It seems that people who went to New York City to participate in a climate change march--to agitate to get the government to “do something” about alleged climate change--did not impress some observers. Specifically, some reported that these protestors trashed the city where they were marching. The New York Post linked to a couple of twitter posts:
Litter left by the #PeopleClimateMarch. Their love for the earth is so real, they couldn't even use a trash can. pic.twitter.com/uhB7JxBN8f
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