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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Miracle Max anylizes the A-10 ...

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... declares it mostly dead:
The effort has banded together some unusual factions — budget watchdogs, soldiers and pilots, and high-ranking members of Congress from both parties — who fear that cutting the program would weaken defense and ultimately cost taxpayers. 
I thought about whether they might show up for sale, but then I thought, 'What good is a gun that can fly, with no gun?!'

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

I know that many don't want to hear this ...

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... but this shit won't end until government officials start assuming room temperature:
Unbeknownst to the Barries, the previous owner had remodeled the cabin without permits. So Summit County commissioners voted to condemn the property for wiring and plumbing (even though the cabin has none) and filed for eminent domain. - See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/#sthash.h6z6hTZR.dpuf
 Unbeknownst to the Barries, the previous owner had remodeled the cabin without permits. So Summit County commissioners voted to condemn the property for wiring and plumbing (even though the cabin has none) and filed for eminent domain.
And after all; in the era where the government can force you to buy a product you don't want, how much less of a stretch is it top condemn the wiring you don't have?

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Unbeknownst to the Barries, the previous owner had remodeled the cabin without permits. So Summit County commissioners voted to condemn the property for wiring and plumbing (even though the cabin has none) and filed for eminent domain.
- See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/#sthash.h6z6hTZR.dpuf
Unbeknownst to the Barries, the previous owner had remodeled the cabin without permits. So Summit County commissioners voted to condemn the property for wiring and plumbing (even though the cabin has none) and filed for eminent domain. - See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/#sthash.h6z6hTZR.dpuf

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Sadly, gun owners continue to be ...

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... their own worst enemies:
A bill seeking to allow Tennesseans to openly carry firearms in public without permits has been defeated in a House subcommittee.

The House Finance Subcommittee voted 10-1 on Monday night against the measure sponsored by Republican Rep. Micah Van Huss of Jonesborough.
I don't know how to link to the Facebook post, but that's where the real comments are, and where we see the elitism that is the gun rights community.

"Open carriers get shot first."  "Concealed carry is tactically superior."  "You have to take a class so we know you're not an idiot."

I weep for our cause.

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Monday, April 14, 2014

This idea ...

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... has merit:
As a tense situation unfolds in Nevada, an activist from another western state has developed what he bills as “a helpful, if not a total ...outside the box solution” for “reining in federal employees.” Calling it “a useful tool for the states' took kit that should not be ignored,” Montana Shooting Sports Association President Gary Marbut has proposed the Government Workers Licensing Act to exert state authority over federal employees and to require training in rights to be part of their certification requirement.
And like all ideas that have merit, it will be disregarded. RTWT

Marbut notes that states have historically reserved  police power (and it's been upheld at the SCOTUS); it's my laymans' opinion that that is a viable attack on 922(o).

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Friday, April 11, 2014

Call to Action!!!

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If you live in TN, please contact your state representatives (the senate already passed this bill overwhelmingly) and ask them to vote to have HB2409 recalled to the floor to have an up or down vote, then ask them to vote Yes! You can find your rep here.

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With friends like these ...

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... who needs enemies:
"Anybody who wants to play like they're a cowboy with a gun out, to me, is maybe a little questionable," says firearm instructor Joe Cochis, at Shooter's Depot.
So now the bill in TN to remove handguns from the list of weapons one may not carry in public is bottled up in a house subcommittee, and a reportedly neutral governor now has reservations.

But not a peep out of the usual suspects; it's all been FUDDs. So, thanks for that.

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Thursday, April 10, 2014

I am sad that I'm not well-educated ...

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... else I could graciously tell people to kiss my ass:
What was initially intended as an honor has now devolved into a moment of shaming. Yet the slur on my reputation is not the worst aspect of this episode. More deplorable is that an institution set up on the basis of religious freedom should today so deeply betray its own founding principles. The 'spirit of free expression' referred to in the Brandeis statement has been stifled here, as my critics have achieved their objective of preventing me from addressing the graduating Class of 2014. Neither Brandeis nor my critics knew or even inquired as to what I might say. They simply wanted me to be silenced. 
That should leave a mark, but I doubt it will.

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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

TN takes a step ...

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... towards constitutional carry:
 The state Senate has passed a bill to allow Tennesseans to openly carry guns without a state-issued permit.
The chamber voted 25-2 in favor of the bill sponsored by Republican Sen. Mae Beavers of Mt. Juliet.
But don't worry all of you FUDDS out there ... Haslam will veto.

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Monday, April 7, 2014

I was trying to find something ...

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... when I came across this:
The ammo was CCI Blazer ammo I got for $18 for 500 rounds.
Yeah, that was in 2011. Ah, to have a time machine!

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Whole lotta this ...

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... going on:



A man in San Antonio walking home with a rifle on his back gets tased and arrested after being told he's free to go.

Yeah, it's at night but if it's legal to carry openly then it's legal to carry openly.

I suspect that the DA will drop the charges so that preemption can't be challenged, though surely Open Carry TX could bring a suit to have it challenged. Either way the message is clear: carry openly and you should expect to be harassed.

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Friday, April 4, 2014

Undeniably ...

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... logical:
We will revive them (Crusade and Inquisition) before we will abandon our faith. And while we would prefer to live with both Christian and traditional Constitutional values, if we are forced to choose between the two, we will choose the former without even thinking twice. (Editor add)
Vox is in a whole 'nother intellectual sphere than I, but I never fail to see the logical consistency regarding the trajectory of modern tolerance.

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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Aaron's monthly opportunity ...

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... to win shooty stuff.

Go ... enter ... maybe win.

Piss off a liberal for sure!

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