Fellow Shootist carries a nice little pocket rocket.
We’ve seen war. We don’t want war. But if you want war with the United States of America, there’s one thing I can promise you; So help me God, someone else will raise your sons and daughters.”
Why are we trying to be like countries who don’t have a 2nd Amendment?
‘A liberal is a conservative who hasn’t been mugged yet‘.
Well, not quite.
As you’ll hear in the vid, Yamane didn’t get mugged, but was quick to understand the jeopardy he had placed himself in and decided to do something about it.
7 years (this week) and 700 posts ago, I started this blog. Initially, I wrote largely for myself. Somewhere along the way, people started reading what I had to say about guns and gun culture. More people than I could have imagined. This gives me confidence that I have something to say about the topic beyond the small group of scholars I am accustomed to talking to as a professor.
My confidence was tested in April when I had the opportunity give the lunchtime talk at the National Firearms Law Seminar in Indianapolis. More than anything I’ve written or said, “Gun Culture 2.0, or How a Liberal Professor Became an Armed American” offered a very personal perspective on how I got into guns and the study of gun culture. I also discussed some of the many lessons I have learned on my journey.
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Washington, D.C. super-lawyers Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing have consistently been ahead of the news on the course of the unfolding scandal of spying on the Trump campaign and administration. Appearing last night on Lou Dobbs’s Fox Business Network show, the two law and marriage partners revealed that the DoJ inspector general has already concluded that the last three of four FISA warrants were illegally obtained.
Moreover, with the revelation from John Solomon that that “[n]ewly unearthed memos show a high-ranking government official who met with Steele in October 2016 determined some of the Donald Trump dirt that Steele was simultaneously digging up for the FBI and for Hillary Clinton‘s campaign was inaccurate, and likely leaked to the media,” Horowitz is re-opening the investigation into the legitimacy of the first of four FISA applications.
Joe Digenova shared the conclusion of the OIG report on FISA abuse today on @LouDobbs – because of the recently uncovered information from the FOIA release and John Solomon today, he is now having to add and investigate that. Thanks for the clip @detachedaz pic.twitter.com/e8ihB4h2Wr
— Tracybeanz (@tracybeanz) May 10, 2019
Several of the guys I worked with in the armament section hired on with Dillon Aero after they retired.
Not surprising since we had a couple dozen of their guns in inventory.
I hear you knocking, but you can’t come in!
Trey Gowdy’s take on Eric Swalwell’s presidential candidacy.
Yes, both POTUS & VPOTUS will pander to us gunnies.
But we find the President not as fine a friend as we might hope.
This ordering the redefining of what an automatic firearm conversion device is, by mere fiat of an agency, is something that can and will comeback to bite us in the seat of the pants one day.
I understand the horror of the legislative alternative that was staring us in the face, and the odds that it had the votes to pass. But unless Trump’s judicial appointees come online for a stricter understanding of just what ‘shall not be infringed’ means in relation to current laws and regulations, we’re not going to like what we’re going to have to deal with.
Judge Vince Chhabria ordered pro-Antifa middle school teacher Yvette Felarca to pay $11,000 to former UC Berkeley College Republican president Troy Worden to cover his attorney’s fees.
House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) called on lawmakers and activists who argue that fossil fuels are “immoral” to “stop using them today.”
Watch: Off Duty Policewoman Refuses To Be A Victim pic.twitter.com/4zJ2rD7v1f
— Wojciech Pawelczyk 🇵🇱 (@PolishPatriotTM) March 26, 2019
Sao Paulo Brazil. DRT.
JACKSON, Miss. —
A 34-year-old man died Wednesday after police said he was shot by his stepson.
The incident was reported at about 4:30 a.m. Wednesday in the 3800 block of Noble Street, Jackson police said.“Officers later learned that the victim had been shot by his (wife’s) juvenile son, after making threats toward her and attempting to force his way into the home,” Sgt. Roderick Holmes said in a news release. “Officers also learned that there had been a prior disturbance call at the residence the day prior but the male had gone before officers arrived.”
Cedric Smith, 34, died after the shooting, Hinds County Coroner Sharon Grisham-Stewart said.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- Little Rock Police are investigating after a man is injured in a shooting Wednesday morning.
Little Rock Police say Micah Stafford, 30 of Little Rock, flagged down officers and told them TreHarris, 21 of Little Rock, tried to rob him.
Stafford, who works as a clerk at the Exxon on the 10700 block of W. Markham Street, told investigators Harris first asked him for change outside of the gas station before the robbery attempt.
According to the report, an officer found a black Glock Model 21 handgun in Stafford’s waistband.
A witness told police while he was walking on Shackleford Road, he saw a vehicle speed out of the Exxon parking lot, crossed W. Markham, hit the curb and then a pillar at the FedEx building.
According to the police report, the officer found Harris in the driver’s seat with blood on his clothing and in visible pain. The officer also found a Ruger revolver laying in Harris’ lap, the report states. Harris was taken to a local hospital.
According to the report, Stafford was also taken into custody. Little Rock Police say it will be up to the prosecutor if Stafford will face any charges.
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Houston police say a man who was trying to buy a PlayStation shot and killed a person he was meeting up with for the sale.
According to police, the buyer used an online selling app called “Let Go” to arrange the deal.
Police say a 46-year-old man was waiting in his car in the parking lot of an apartment complex on Greens Parkway around 10 p.m. Tuesday.
He told investigators that a man wearing a mask walked up and pointed a rifle at him, so he pulled out his own gun and started shooting because he thought he was going to get robbed.
The suspect was shot and killed.
The buyer was a licensed concealed carry holder. The district attorney will decide on potential charges.
A man was fatally shot early Tuesday at a North Side home by another man who said he had been attacked, police said.
Officers responded to the shooting at about 12:30 a.m. in the 12400 block of Walthampton Street, where they found a man unconscious in the home’s entryway.
Paramedics took him to University Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.
According to a preliminary police report of the incident, a woman living at the home had called her friend to protect her from the deceased, as “she had been having trouble with him.”
The friend came to the home and was later assaulted by the alleged attacker, the report says. During the assault, he shot the man twice. He then called authorities and reported the shooting, police said.
According to the preliminary report, the shooter has not been charged, though officers at the scene said he is being questioned.
The woman living at the home was grazed by one of the bullets. Paramedics treated her at the scene.
“The left is so determined to try to paint America as a source of white supremacy when, in fact, there is virtually no institutional support for these handful of kooks (with crap-for-brains. ed.) that are insane. They are violating the very premises of Western Civilization.”