I was just replying to a Facebook post and got carried away. Then I noticed that my daughter Rosie has a solid foundation in weapon safety.
Facebook can be more than just cat videos. A friend of mine and I have been having a debate about police abuse in the Black Community. He sent me the following video. Watch it and I’ll have something to say afterwards.
Actually, I didn’t. I got this in my email and HAD to share it.
In 1975, New York state alone had over 80. In 1984, there were only 65 nationwide. By 1999 there were only 26. What were they? Shooting clubs at schools.
The Second Amendment is not about duck hunting. It’s also not about self defense. It’s about collective defense from tyranny.
Like that’s going to happen? But now that I have your attention… Here’s an artsy-fartsy picture I took the other day. Do you like it? Click it to see it in it’s full-sized glory. A bat flew into our office one night. He stayed a couple of days. Click to blow it up. The picture [...]
Sarah Palin was on the Grassy Knoll last Saturday as Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and others were gunned down in a desperate attempt to repeal Obamacare, wrest control of Congress from the Democratic Party and continue the Nazi oppression of the Latino Workers of Arizona.* Did what you just read make any sense at all? If [...]
I haven’t done a gun post for a while, so here’s a couple of cool presents you can slip under the tree.
November 22nd, 1963, the anniversary of the assassination of our 35th President, John F. Kennedy. In the spirit of full disclosure I must admit to a quirky hobby. Presidential Assassinations.
The Indiana National Guard was flying home from their deployment to Afghanistan. It’s a long flight so everyone marched off to stretch their legs and pee. After the pit stop, everyone wanted to load up and the TSA determined that the soldiers needed to be screened for security. Ok, it was an international flight. It [...]