Wednesday, 12 June

17:55

Laying the Minefield

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:00, Wednesday, 12 June

George Stephanopoulos recently appeared on CNN with host Abby Phillip and advised the network on going after Donald Trump in the first debate. This is the political director of ABC News advising another media outlet on how to take down a candidate. That is not the role of people in media. [More] “Journalistic ethics” — … Continue reading "Laying the Minefield"

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We’re the Only Ones Inquisitive Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:50, Wednesday, 12 June

The suit alleges that the people searched included those who lived or worked in Ballwin or merely spoke at a Ballwin public meeting. [More] So, background checks can be abused by law enforcement…? [Via bondmen]

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A Man’s Gotta Know His Limitations

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:32, Wednesday, 12 June

What Would Josey Wales Do? [More] Vote for Bloomberg…? [Via bondmen]

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In the Year 2025, If Man is Still Alive

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:28, Wednesday, 12 June

“Americans don’t understand just how far down the road to a dystopic, right-wing theocracy we are right now…” [More] Says the subversive bent on ushering in a dystopic Marxist tyranny… Who else remembers Zager & Evans…? How about “Mr. Smith Goes to Stalingrad“? [Via bondmen]

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We’re the Only Ones Purifying Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:15, Wednesday, 12 June

FBI Interviews raised politically-slanted questions including employee’s vaccine hesitancy, 2nd Amendment support, prompting a bias complaint to DOJ’s internal watchdog. [More] WarOnGuns has obtained exclusive footage of the weeding out process: [Via bondmen]

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Aid and Comfort to the Enemy

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:06, Wednesday, 12 June

Hunter Biden withdrew $800 from ATM and met with drug dealer just hours before revolver purchase, bombshell text messages reveal [More] A “violent, convicted drug dealer”… Remonds me of something I wrote a while back: This is what Hoffman has helped to perpetuate. Anyone buying heroin is getting it from very dangerous people who are … Continue reading "Aid and Comfort to the Enemy"

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14:55

Ironic

in Of Arms and the Law at 14:27, Wednesday, 12 June

Antigun group has negligent discharge during gun "buy back." I guess neither they, nor police, nor the company scrapping the guns, knew how to check whether a muzzleloader is loaded. If the company doing the scrapping begins it by cutting down the barrel, I hope they check out the National Firearms Act, as well.

Tobie’s bed needed a wash…

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 12:03, Wednesday, 12 June

Somebody had a big accident on Tobie’s bed. Don’t know what happened or why, not mentioning any names, maybe a posse of ground squirrels burst in and held him down while others peed all over the window side of the bed. Not pointing any fingers here. And dark stains aren’t that rare, since he commonly chews up bones on the bed – but they fade, and these didn’t which was what got me thinking the unthinkable. This was very uncharacteristic behavior, and dammit Tobie that’s a new bed.

Tobie hates disruption of his living space, don’t blame him, so do I but this clearly called for something that had never happened before…

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Anyone Who Can’t Be Trusted With His Neck…

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:23, Wednesday, 12 June

Court records show Turpitt had been convicted of a felony in 2020, making it illegal for him to possess weapons. [More] I think a big eyeball tattooed on your throat qualifies… [Via Steve T]

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A Lull in the Action

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:18, Wednesday, 12 June

New FBI stats show ‘historic’ declines in violent crime rate, with murder showing sharpest drop [More] Funny, what that coincides with… [Via Steve T] Related UPDATE Admission Of Failure? Democratic Cities Stop Reporting Crime Stats To FBI [More] Hey, where’d the lull go…? [Via bondmen]

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A Matter of Priorities

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:43, Wednesday, 12 June

The Washington D.C. prosecutor’s office that targeted January 6 protesters, including a 71-year-old great-grandmother known as the “Praying Grandma,” decided to drop charges of kidnapping and murder against a young woman who carjacked a vehicle carrying a sick woman then crashed the car, resulting in the sick woman’s death. [More] Can there be a bigger … Continue reading "A Matter of Priorities"

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More Than Meets the Eye?

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:35, Wednesday, 12 June

A homeowner in Oakland was arrested after shooting and killing a robbery suspect. The 77-year-old homeowner was arrested on suspicion of murder. He remained behind bars on Tuesday while the district attorney considered whether to file charges. [More] If he listens to his lawyer and keeps his mouth shut, he ought to be able to … Continue reading "More Than Meets the Eye?"

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The Innocence Project

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:25, Wednesday, 12 June

DOJ Exonerates Themselves — Agency Investigates Themselves and Finds No Contact Between Matthew Colangelo and Alvin Bragg’s Office [More] Well, as long as there’s nothing to see here… [Via Michael G]

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A Tall Order

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:20, Wednesday, 12 June

Injunction granted against ATF’s ‘firearms dealer’ rule for 4 states, 4 groups … The injunction applies to residents of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Utah along with members of Gun Owners of America, Gun Owners Foundation, Tennessee Firearms Association and Virginia Citizens Defense League. [More] Yo, Texas gun owners: The new infringements were brought to you … Continue reading "A Tall Order"

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GOOD DEI

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:49, Wednesday, 12 June

Mark Robinson shares his version and his vision. [Watch] Then there’s the other kind… [Via Jess]

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If Only They’d Disarm You and Me…

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:34, Wednesday, 12 June

Schierbaum said the suspected shooter has been arrested at least 11 times and is someone who should never have been in possession of a gun. [More] Yeah? And how does he propose to make that happen? Interesting response options… On a positive note, at least Moriarty wouldn’t have been scared. [Via Jess] Tangentially-Related UPDATES (Alright, they … Continue reading "If Only They’d Disarm You and Me…"

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Acceptable: Unacceptable: Any questions? [Via Michael G]

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The Jet Violence Public Health Epidemic

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:07, Wednesday, 12 June

Flesh the government using F-15s against the civilian population out for us. It’s telling that everyone at GunGrabber Central approved. And that they’re all looking the other way on Hunter being found guilty for making a mockery of their “universal background check” Holy Grail… [Via Lawrence P] And if you see something, say something. Related … Continue reading "The Jet Violence Public Health Epidemic"

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Must Be Something in the Water

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:55, Wednesday, 12 June

‘There’s a concerted effort to make people afraid of crime,’ Moriarty claims – “White supremacy is ingrained everywhere,” Moriarty said. “White supremacy is what we all live in. It’s the water.” [More] I see why Holmes thought Moriarty was dangerous. And her racist lunatic fellow subversive who says “We have to think about the Constitution … Continue reading "Must Be Something in the Water"

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The Superhighway to Citizenship

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:25, Wednesday, 12 June

The Safe Mobility (SMO) initiative is one of the many ways the United States is facilitating access to safe and lawful pathways from partner countries in the region at no cost, so refugees and vulnerable migrants don’t have to undertake dangerous journeys in search of safety and better opportunities. [More] And leave the driving to … Continue reading "The Superhighway to Citizenship"

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Speaking of Wretched Refuse…

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:11, Wednesday, 12 June

Authorities nab 8 suspected terrorists with ties to ISIS in multi-city sting operation – The suspected terrorists were ‘fully vetted’ before they were released into the US… [More] Guess which word I’m going to say… Y’ever get the feeling some people in government are counting on a bunch of their urban Democrat constituents getting slaughtered…?

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Open the Pod Bay Doors, Hal

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:04, Wednesday, 12 June

VIC is powered by ChatGPT, and Miller explained that only VIC would make decisions if elected. [More] What could go wrong? And these geniuses are forgetting something: [A]all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution…

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Palmetto State Armory “Krink”: Shorty AK Goodness

by David Lane in Recoil at 12:14, Wednesday, 12 June

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NEW From B&T Comes The SPR86! Precision Urban Rifle In 8.6 Blackout

by David Lane in Recoil at 12:10, Wednesday, 12 June

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Annex Defense Launches Rubber Protective Case For Garmin Xero C1Garmin’s Xero C1 chronograph is the hottest chrono on the market, but Annex Defense is making it even better. The new rubber protective case adds an additional layer of insurance around these $600 pocket chronographs. Let’s look at the available models. Chronographs @ TFB: TFB Review: Garmin Xero C1 Pro Chronograph [SHOT 2024] New Caldwell […]

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New .32 H&R Magnum Load From High Desert Cartridge

by Zac K in The Firearm Blog at 13:00, Wednesday, 12 June

high desert cartridgeHigh Desert Cartridge is bringing out three new loads in .32 H&R Magnum, including choice of JHP, wadcutter and TMJ bullets.

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New Law: Gun Stores In New York State Must Display Warning SignsThe state of New York now requires firearms sellers to hand out pamphlets and display signs warning about the misuse of firearms.

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11:55

On Hunter Biden’s Conviction

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 09:00, Wednesday, 12 June

Quote of the Day

“No single action can solve the entirety of a gun violence epidemic,” he said. “But together, our efforts–your efforts–are saving lives. You can help rally a nation with a sense of urgency and seriousness of purpose. You’re changing the culture. And we’ve proven we can do more than just thoughts and prayers. This is more than thoughts and prayers. You’re changing politics.”

President Biden then departed for his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware, where earlier today his son Hunter Biden was found guilty of three gun-related felony charges.

T.J. Muscaro
June 11, 2024
Biden Touts Measures to Curb Gun Violence | The Epoch Times

Oh, the irony… Smile

Some people expect President Biden will pardon his son. If he does, I don’t think it will be until after the election in November. I think a more likely scenario ...

Automotif DXI...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 10:51, Wednesday, 12 June

Photographed with an Olympus E-M1X & Panasonic 12-60mm f/2.8-4
The Plaza was the de-contented base model of th...

Tab Clearing...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 10:05, Wednesday, 12 June


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Alternative to Adobe Photoshop

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 09:00, Wednesday, 12 June

OldNFO points out a post at Lawrence's place about how Adobe has changed their terms of service.  Basically, you have to agree that they own all the work you create with their software, in order to get access to your work that you created on their software.

Sweet. 

Now IANAL, and so don't know how the (inevitable) Class Action lawsuit(s) will play out.  However, I am an enthusiastic user of The GIMP, a free (as in speech) Open Source Photoshop-alike application.

Yes, it has a Photoshop-worthy learning curve, but it is full featured and powerful, cross platform, and free.  No weird terms of service getting changed at midnight.

If you're looking for an alternative to Photoshop, I highly recommend this.

My Book Launch Event at The Bookhouse Including Q&A

by David Yamane in Gun Culture 2.0 at 11:32, Wednesday, 12 June

This updates my previous post about the book launch event for Gun Curious held at The Bookhouse in Winston-Salem to include a second video of just the Q&A.

The Q&A was terrific. The first two questions asked were: What guns do you own? and Do you have a gun on you now?

As I have been saying, 12 years in the making, 1 night of celebration at The Bookhouse in Winston-Salem last week. For those who could not make the event, I recorded my comments and pushed those out on Light Over Heat last week, with the Q&A portion of the event posting this week. (See also embedded videos below.)

Turnout was better than I could have hoped, over twice as many people as I was expecting. I got to share a mo...

And They’re Not the Only Ones

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:55, Wednesday, 12 June

“Senator Kennedy is concerned about Czechoslovak Group’s potential acquisition of Vista Outdoors because it could make the U.S. Army reliant on a sole U.S. contractor for ammunition and U.S. law enforcement agencies more reliant on foreign providers of primers and ammunition” … [More] Forget somebody there, Senator?

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M1911A1: America’s Definitive World War Two Pistol

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 09:27, Wednesday, 12 June

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Get Entered to WIN this legendary WW2 Remington Rand M1911A1!
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The United States adopted the M1911 pistol just in time for the First World War, and between Colt and Springfield Arsenal some 643,000 of these pistols were made by the end of 1918. During that production and the gun’s field service in France, a number of potential improvements were recognized. They were put together in a batch of 10,000 new pistols ordered from Colt in 1924, but not officially designated until years later. A second batch of 10,000 was ordered from Colt in 1938. These were the first guns officially designated M1911A1. The changes were all about improving user handling, with a reshaped mainspring housing, larger sights, longer grip tang, and shorter reach to the trigger.

In 1939 the government put out a tender for M1911A1 education contracts. These contracts were for production of just 500 pistols, and they were intended to pay a company to build the a complete set of production li...

B&T USA Drops The Big Hammer With The SPR86 In 8.6 BlackoutOur friends at B&T USA have just announced the release of the SPR86 – an integrally suppressed bolt action rifle chambered in 8.6 Blackout. The SPR86 is the older/bigger sibling to the B&T USA SPR300 Pro chambered in 300BLK (one of my remaining grail guns). Upsizing the 300BLK platform, the 8.6BLK SPR86 launches heavier bullets […]

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08:55


On May 3, 2024, Deputy Eddie Duran shot and killed Senior Airman Roger Fortson when Fortson answered the deputy's demand for entry, on a domestic violence call. The initial review of the body cam video was discussed on AmmoLand.

The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office (OCSO) has completed their administrative internal affairs investigation into the shooting. The findings of the investigation were released on May 30, 2024. On May 31, the Sheriff's office announced Deputy Eddie Duran had violated the Sheriff's Office policy and had been terminated (fired) from his position. From the OkaloosaSheriff facebook page:

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ROCKFORD, Ill. (WTVO) — Rockford Police have charged Drakaar Malone, 35, after he was allegedly wounded in a shootout on Thursday night and sought medical attention in Madison, Wisconsin.

According to police, officers were called to the 2600 block of Lawndale Avenue around 7:30 p.m. for a reported shooting victim.

The investigation revealed that the shooting was the result of an argument between Malone and another man, and each exchanged gunfire.

More Here



Detectives say Armstrong had slapped the victim in the face earlier in the evening.

When the trio pulled up, investigators say she argued with Kevin Armstrong. 

During the argument, deputies say Armstrong grabbed a shotgun and fired at the woman as she and her two companions tried to get away. 

Investigators say Armstrong was shooting toward the woman when one of the men she was with grabbed a handgun from their parked golf cart and shot multiple rounds in Armstrong’s direction. 

During this exchange of gunfire, deputies say the female was shot in the chest.

More Here


...when it's Bill Gates involved, I don't get a warm fuzzy.  My understanding is that there are some downsides to sodium reactors (including the reactivity of sodium with pretty much everything).  

They don't need water, which is good though.  Wyoming Breaks Ground on Bill Gates’ Next-Gen Nuclear Facility

TerraPower, co-founded by Gates, is seeking to “revolutionize” power generation, with ground broken in Wyoming on Monday to prepare the site for reactor construction. TerraPower applied in March for approval of a construction permit for an advanced nuclear reactor using sodium instead of water for cooling. 

While the technology for non-water-cooling reactors has been available for some time, Gates’ work in Wyoming represents the first time in 40 years that a private company has attempted to launch an advanced reactor commercially, AP reported, citing the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). 

From the Evil Overlord wannabe himself:  ...

What's Next?

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 06:32, Wednesday, 12 June

 After the intriguing verdict yesterday, we're left with some questions.  What next?  Well, sentencing will be in about 120 days, and I don't look for Hunter to go to jail.  He's a first offender and this was a non-violent crime. No one got hurt.

What we did learn is that the "laptop from hell" is a real thing.  The FBI has it and it was entered into evidence We also know that Hunter has another trial on the calendar, this one dealing with tax charges. That is supposed to start in September, square in the middle of the election season, and these tax charges may fall closer to Joe than any campaign would like. I look for Hunter to try and cop a plea, which only makes sense.  The FBI has the laptop and tax cases tend to grow tentacles.

This may get very interesting indeed.

Aah. . . Sunday afternoon. Even in retirement, Sunday's remain special. Mass in the morning, then a nice breakfast/lunch, followed by reading, and piddling around the house or yard. There was a time when Sunday afternoon also included a visit to one of our favorite local pubs for drinks and light food before dinner. Now it we are more likely to spend the late afternoon on the deck, with of course, drinks and light food, with the added bonus that I can also enjoy a cigar.


This past Sunday afternoon I had an urge for wine instead of beer or bourbon. It just seemed right for the sunny afternoon. I selected a bottle of Rebellion "Commonwealth" red wine. The local wine is from the Rebellion Bourbon Bar in Fredericksburg. Rebellion offers a house stave pick of Maker's Mark bourbon. When they receive the bourbon, they also receive the barrel it was aged in. Rebellion work with a local vintner to produce a red wine aged for 8 months in the barrels.

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04:55

Preparedness Notes for Wednesday — June 12, 2024

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:04, Wednesday, 12 June

June 12, 1859: The Comstock Silver Lode in Nevada was discovered. This was the first major silver discovery in the US. — On June 12, 1987, during a visit to the divided German city of Berlin, President Ronald Reagan publicly challenged Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev to “tear down this wall.” — SurvivalBlog Writing Contest Today we present another entry for Round 113 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The prizes for this round include: First Prize: The photovoltaic power specialists at Quantum Harvest LLC  are providing a store-wide 10% off coupon. Depending on the model chosen, this could be …

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The War On Human Life – Part 1, by J.B.H.

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:03, Wednesday, 12 June

This essay expresses some thoughts that rattle around in my head pretty much every day, lately. There is likely little in it that SurvivalBlog readers are not familiar with in a certain way. However, I would like to express what I feel and perhaps fear is a central theme in virtually all the topics we discuss and the events we witness in today’s world. As a warning upfront, it is entirely possible that I am taking disjointed, some might say random trends of our time and desperately attempting to make sense of the nonsense by packaging them in one neat …

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SurvivalBlog Readers’ & Editors’ Snippets

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:02, Wednesday, 12 June

This weekly Snippets column is a collection of short items: responses to posted articles, practical self-sufficiency items, how-tos, lessons learned, tips and tricks, and news items — both from readers and from SurvivalBlog’s editors. Note that we may select some long e-mails for posting as separate letters. — We’ll start off with a video showing some Old School toolmaking craftsmanship by Timothy Dyck, in Canada: Why I bought this train rail. o  o  o Giant, Venomous, Flying Spiders Coming to U.S. Northeast. (Thanks to reader C.B., for the link.) o  o  o Reader S.H. wrote: “The recent article about the …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:01, Wednesday, 12 June

“You win battles by knowing the enemy’s timing, and using a timing which the enemy does not expect.” – Miyamoto Musashi

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Two summers ago, The WON’s Ms. Barbara Baird sent me an email asking if I’d like to read “A Woman’s Garden” by Tanya Anderson of Lovely Greens and “concoct a salve or balm.” I thought herbal remedies belonged between the pages of a fantasy novel, likely in a witch’s cabin. I was not thrilled, to say the least. I didn’t enjoy the idea of gardening, especially weeding or watering plants in the heat of summer. I remember toasty days spent following Mom around our local greenhouse, trailing a wagon that only seemed to hold vegetables (read tomatoes). I definitely did not plan on starting a garden or turning into a witch. Soon enough “A Woman’s Garden” arrived at the post office, and I grudgingly flipped through it. However, that book is nothing less than inspiring. I happily decided to make a calendula salve. 

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01:55

Do we really need a POTUS?

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 23:32, Tuesday, 11 June

A recent article by Paradigm writer James Altucher suggested that the US Presidency is a useless job and asks, then urges these States to abolish the position.

It is an interesting question. And James makes some excellent points.

This is not the first time we here at TPOL have pondered this question, and perhaps you have also, over the years. Right now, especially reading Jim’s recent posting?

Our considered opinion? We really do not need a president; certainly not one with powers and a full-time job.

Not just because we do not need the mandatory human government that State and Federal Constitutions have saddled us with – especially given how those founding documents have been warped and perverted.

And not just because it is an expensive conceit. And unlike the British royal family, does not currently pay for itself. (That of course ignores just how the British royals acquired that incredible wealth in the first place. It wasn’t just Christmas and Birthday gifts.

The traditional and modern American presiden...

You’re Going to See this Again

by Kevin in The Smallest Minority at 23:01, Tuesday, 11 June

Probably in an upcoming Überpost. Quote of the fucking YEAR:

What if democracy is merely the politic or superstructure of a particular cultural stage? Simple mass literacy in that case, continuing advances in teaching and learning in secondary and post-secondary levels will necessarily upset democracy in the places where it first appeared. Secondary education and especially higher education will introduce the notion of inequality into the mental and ideological organization of developed societies. After a brief period of hesitation and scruples the more highly educated end up believing they are truly superior.

In developed countries, a new class is emerging that comprises roughly 20% of the population in terms of sheer numbers, but controls about half of each nation’s wealth. This new class has more and more trouble putting up with the constraints of universal suffrage. It is a surprising return to the world of Aristotle, in which oligarchy may replace democracy at the very moment when democracy is beginning to take hold in Eurasia, it is weakening in those places where it wa...

Pulsar Axion XQ30 ProThis is a review of the brand-new Pulsar Axion XQ30 Pro, a pocket-sized thermal monocular. Unlike quite a few of the thermals we review, the price of this thermal monocular should also fit most people’s pockets. To begin with, the small size of this device has to be mentioned. Previously, a small-sized thermal has always meant […]

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NATO Special Operations Forces Secure the BalticWelcome to TFB’s Photo Of The Day! Today’s selection features NATO Special Operations Forces securing the Baltic. We’re in Lithuania where East Coast-based Naval Special Warfare Operators (SEALs) conducted maritime training together with Lithuania Special Operators and Portuguese Naval Special Operators from Special Actions Detachment (DAE). This was a part of Flaming Sword 24, which […]

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Hot Gat or Fudd CrapWelcome everyone to the 239th 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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Tuesday, 11 June

14:55

Now, that's awkward timing

in Of Arms and the Law at 15:07, Tuesday, 11 June

From PJ Media:

"Just a couple hours after his son Hunter was found guilty on three federal gun charges, Joe Biden is set to speak at Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund's "Gun Sense University" conference."

Strange that they don't mention this presidential visit and address on their Facebook page.

Confusion

by Tam in View From The Porch at 12:45, Tuesday, 11 June

There's a lot of "How often does lying on a 4473 get prosecuted as a standalone crime?" floating around out there, and the answer is "Almost never because it's almost never discovered as a standalone crime."


Generally it's only after running the trace on a gun that's already been involved in a crime that it gets discovered. Sometimes it's thrown on as a pile-on charge in those cases and I guess sometimes they just don't bother using stretched-thin prosecutorial resources on someone who's already going down for whatever felonies got a trace run on the gun in the first place.

Hunter Biden's situation was unusual in that he was essentially dimed out by a concerned significant other, absent the gun being involved in any actual crimes.

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Upcoming GUN CURIOUS Book Events (as of 6/11/24)

by David Yamane in Gun Culture 2.0 at 12:25, Tuesday, 11 June

I heard that some people showed up for an event I had scheduled and then canceled in Arlington, Virginia, yesterday. I feel terrible that I didn’t reach them with a cancellation notice. So, I’m posting my Gun Curious book event schedule here to try to reach as many people as possible about what’s coming up.

My up-to-date event schedule is available HERE and includes podcast appearances, too.

Next up is an event at the Davie County Public Library in Mocksville, NC. Mocksville and Davie County have a special place in my story and I’m looking forward to sharing this on Thursday, June 13th at 6:00 pm.

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Hunter Biden Guilty

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 12:21, Tuesday, 11 June

 News reports from all over are saying that Hunter Biden has been found guilty by  Delaware jury on all counts.  He was charged with three counts relating to purchasing a frearm while addicted to and using cocaine.  The maximum sentence is 25 years.

The next big question is: will his dad pardon him?

We have to divide this question into two scenarios.  Pre-and-post election.   There is no way in hell Joe Biden pardons him prior to the election.  However, once Joe is beaten and the Secret Service is packing his stuff for a move back to Delaware, it would not surprise me if Joe pardons his boy on the way out the door.

But, everyone is reporting that Hunter was found guilty by a jury.  Well done.

Ditches

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 12:01, Tuesday, 11 June

I got down in the ditches this morning for the first time this  mowing season.  Finally, the rains have slacked off enough that I was blowing more dust than mud and the yard is mowed from the blacktop road to the front door. 

My front yard is a mix of weeds and bahia grass.  I spent the formative years of my adult life with cows and pastures, so having an immaculate front lawn has never been on my list of goals.  Grass is something to mow, not fret over.  It stops erosion and if livestock isn't eating it, it's more off a liability than an asset.

I have neighbors on either side of me who think that having a manicured lawn is a goal, and I suppose that I make them look good by comparison.

When we move into the place in November 2004, the realtor gave me a sheet of paper that said we had a Homeowners Association.  I put the word out that I would tolerate no foolishness.  I don't know if the HOA is still active, but I've never ben bothered.

But, the ditches are mowed and that is a good thing.  Belle tells me that she is trying out a new recope for lunch, so I'll sit patiently in the expectation that something wonde...

There’s an App For That

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:53, Tuesday, 11 June

Car insurance companies secretly collecting driver data with the help of phone apps: report [More] Kinda makes me want to go out there and install a gun app on my phone… [Via Michael G]

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We’re the Only Ones Outing Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:32, Tuesday, 11 June

Judicial Watch: Records Show FBI Provided Democrats with Information on Whistleblowers Who Testified at May 2023 Weaponization Hearing [More] If they didn’t pull this $h!+ they wouldn’t have to worry about fleeing arrest. [Via Michael G]

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Non-Participation Trophies

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:12, Tuesday, 11 June

It’s almost 10 million people across this country who somehow use guns, own guns yet are not registered to vote… [Watch] I don’t doubt it, but it would help if he told us where he gets those numbers from. And, of course, there’s that question I always ask when we’re expected to have gun sales … Continue reading "Non-Participation Trophies"

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The NOMAD Standard

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:50, Tuesday, 11 June

This means there is virtually no grounds for submitting to any vaccine mandate in the future. Unless and until a vaccine is legally declared to be sterilizing by a court, any attempt to mandate it is unconstitutional and illegal on its face. [More] Sterilization is correction… [Via WiscoDave]

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Hunter Guilty

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:38, Tuesday, 11 June

Hunter Biden found guilty on all counts in gun trial [More] Here’s a novel thought I’ll offer first to Alan Gottlieb: If you want to generate major news that will knock the Democrats on their butts, and do the right thing as far as 2A purity is concerned, offer to “defend Hunter Biden’s gun rights” … Continue reading "Hunter Guilty"

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Gaslighting for Dummies

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:28, Tuesday, 11 June

Here’s How the Left Brands Conservatives ‘Haters’ For Daring to Question Woke Cultural Supremacy [More] They couldn’t do it without the DSM. [Via Michael G]

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Sorry Not Sorry

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:19, Tuesday, 11 June

Pelosi on Jan 6 Video: ‘I Take Responsibility for not Having’ the National Guard There [More] No wonder her spokesflack says anyone pointing that out is “shameful, unpatriotic & pathetic.” [Via Michael G]

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Impotence Team, Assemble!

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:06, Tuesday, 11 June

Jennings leaders respond to deadly shooting with urgent meeting… Jennings Mayor Gary Johnson stressed that guns are not the answer. [More] I guess that all depends on the question. I wouldn’t look for any from this group of reality-denying, trough feeding boobs, either. [Via bondmen]

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To Himself and His Posterity

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:56, Tuesday, 11 June

Hartford, CT, Democrat Mayor Denounces Residents Who Are Arming Themselves to Fight Violent Crime [More] It’s not like he and his family fled to this country with a firm grounding in its unique principles of freedom… [Via bondmen]

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SAN ANTONIOAfter an Internal Affairs inquiry, a San Antonio police officer has been put on indefinite suspension over firearms that went missing from a buyback event.

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To carry a spare mag, or not to carry a spare mag? That is the question. If you have ever felt perplexed by this concealed carry quandary, fret no more because you can simply have an extra magazine tag along for the ride now that FALCO Holsters has announced the launch of their A909 Hybrid Appendix […]

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Rosco Manufacturing Collabs with Barrel & Hatchet for New K9 16’’ BarrelRosco Manufacturing has collaborated with Barrel & Hatchet to introduce Rosco’s newest K9 16’’ Barrel for all of the Do-It-Yourself AR-15 builders. This new offering utilizes an intermediate length gas system, is chambered in the common and popular 5.56mm NATO, and punches in at a reasonable $225 MSRP. Rosco Manufacturing @ TFB: Rosco Manufacturing Announces Upper […]

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11:55

Quote of the Day

I’m predicting that, by 2025, voicebots will become so prevalent, so powerful, and so useful in all areas of business and our personal lives that we won’t need smartphones anymore.

John Brandon
October 16, 2017
Why Smartphones Will Become Extinct by 2025 | Inc.com

I’m predicting Brandon’s prophecy will not come true.

My guess is that he did not use a lot of the apps in use by millions of other people. So many people use the cameras on their phone multiple times per day. They listen to music, podcasts, and audible books. They use them for GPS based location services. They use them for multifactor authentication. They use them for fitness tracking. They even use them for voice and video calls.

The multiple sensors in our smartphone cannot be easily replaced. The GPS and compass are used for navigation services. The accelerometer is used for fitness apps and bubble levels to exterior b...

Divemedic posts a complaint about squishy RINOs.  I actually don't have any disagreement on this.

Where my opinion diverges from his is that the old "left" vs. "right" paradigm is kind of ending.  I haven't seen a good name for hte new emerging paradigm, so let's just call it "populists" vs. "business as usual".  Lousy name, but this is where the political action is, both here and all over the place (Argentina, El Salvador, France, Germany, the UK).

The Press is hyperventilating about the emergence of the "far right" in Europe, which entirely misses what's happening.  I've posted endlessly about this, but this is maybe what comes the closest to a (non-Borepatchian length) summary.

Populism is regularly trashed by the Great and the Good, but the inroads that Trump is making with the Black community doesn't seem to be typical pandering, but rather tapping into a real sense of dissatisfaction with Business As Usual.  Kind of l...

Job One

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:36, Tuesday, 11 June

Should You Use NFA Weapons for Self Defense? A Practical Perspective [More] Use whatever you can get to in time, and don’t let distractions impede swift action. There’ll be no trumped up charges to face later if you don’t survive.

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The Tester of Time

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:29, Tuesday, 11 June

Tester’s reelection campaign did not return calls or emails seeking to know why he is now accepting funds from one of the country’s leading anti-gun groups. [More] More confirmation… for an old warning.

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East Meets West

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:16, Tuesday, 11 June

Knife attacks are not uncommon in China, where guns are tightly controlled. [More] Meaning one can take down many. Which is the way victim brother Adam Zabner wants things here. [Via Jess]

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Through a Glass Darkly

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:08, Tuesday, 11 June

Incredible footage shows Florida sniper shoot hostage-holding bank robber through a computer monitor [More] Looks like he had Rule 4 mastered. [Via Jess]

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Making the Grade

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:00, Tuesday, 11 June

Nigeria gunmen kill 50 in raid on northwest village, residents say [More] But…but…but… [Via Jess]

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Commonsense LEGO Safety Laws

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:44, Tuesday, 11 June

“We’re here to talk about a roughly one-inch piece of plastic. It looks innocuous enough, a little like a LEGO or a k’nex block. But this one-inch piece of plastic is killing people,” said Leigha Simonton, the U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Texas. “Machine gun conversion devices can turn Second Amendment-protected firearms into … Continue reading "Commonsense LEGO Safety Laws"

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Nothing a Herd of Swine Wouldn’t Cure…

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:31, Tuesday, 11 June

PURE EVIL: Ohio Woman Accused of Stabbing Mother and Her Three-Year-Old Boy to Death Smirks and Giggles as Charges Read in Court [More] I wonder, when they eventually let her out, if they’ll be able to guarantee she can be trusted without a custodian. Or an exorcist. I also wonder about the father. [Via Michael G]

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The Molten Calf

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:19, Tuesday, 11 June

Poll: U.S. Jews Back Biden Over Trump [More] Kapos for Kristallnacht… How many miracles do they need to see? [Via Michael G]

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The Honor System

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:48, Tuesday, 11 June

Event honors gun violence victims in East St. Louis [More] I suppose it would be bad form to wonder how many deserved honors, and how many provided a net benefit to their community and to society with their demise… [Via bondmen]

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A Droid’s Gotta Know Its Limitations

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:59, Tuesday, 11 June

Opinion: I study school shootings. Here’s what AI can — and can’t — do to stop them [More] Fact: It can’t shoot back. (Yet.) They all have expensive fire control systems, don’t they, even big ones are so rare as to be statistically insignificant? You see where I’m going with this. [Via Jess]

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The Wrong Question

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:38, Tuesday, 11 June

For example, by examining homicide rates by state from 2012 to 2022, it can be seen that rates have increased almost across the board. That said, they are still lower than rates seen in the 1980s and 1990s. [More] Don’t examine by states. The problem lies within known areas. And be careful with rates. Remember … Continue reading "The Wrong Question"

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MODERN CITY IS A GLASS DOME

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:39, Tuesday, 11 June

David Codrea calls some groups of people MREs, which in this context means Morons Ready to Eat, because there will be no other food… [Watch] I had to go looking for that because it was over 10 years ago— funny, what some people retain… In any case, what this is really about is Matt Bracken’s … Continue reading "MODERN CITY IS A GLASS DOME"

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There Can Be Only One

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:33, Tuesday, 11 June

Palestinianism Began with Nazism And Today Is Based on Antisemitism, Sexism, Homophobia and Denial of Human Rights. So Why Is the Left So in Love with It? [More] Why do useful idiots not realize they’ll not be deemed useless eaters until it’s their turn at the lime pit? The irony is, their time will come … Continue reading "There Can Be Only One"

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He Couldn’t Believe His Eyes

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:27, Tuesday, 11 June

A Travis County assistant district attorney was arrested Saturday morning on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon following an argument with a roommate … Frederick said his roommate was making “googly eyes” at a guest in their apartment. [More] Over to you, Hank… It’s telling who government considers qualified to assess our … Continue reading "He Couldn’t Believe His Eyes"

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The Content of Her Character

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:15, Tuesday, 11 June

Glamorous Atlanta prosecutor is jailed for stealing $15m of Covid funds and using the cash to buy diamond rings and a Rolls Royce [More] Funny… you see anything in there about her being a Democrat…? [Via bondmen]

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Born to Run

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:59, Tuesday, 11 June

Ex-FBI honcho McCabe says intel community members scared of being jailed by Trump, may flee country [More] What else would we expect from someone who made a career of lying? But thanks for establishing flight risk objections to bail… [Via bondmen]

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Which TFBTV Cast Member has the Best AR-15?

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 09:00, Tuesday, 11 June

Join James Reeves and the TFBTV crew – Hop, Ryan, and Luke – as they take on the legendary Urban Rifle Course at Thunder Ranch. Each member brings their top AR-15, ready to prove their rifle’s superiority. Under the watchful eye of Jack Daniel, Thunder Ranch’s Director of Training, who has witnessed every conceivable malfunction […]

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08:55

 

The Second Amendment case of Morin v Lyver, granted certiorai, vacated, and remanded back to the First Circuit, has been decided in favor of the plaintiff, Alfred Morin.

In June of 2022, the Supreme Court published clarification of how the Second Amendment should be treated by the Courts, in the Bruen decision. Bruen gave clear guidance on how Heller should be applied. This was necessary because the Circuit courts had created a complicated two step process which was used to side step the Heller decision. In Bruen, the court said the two step process was one too many. The Court laid out a simple process to judge Second Amendment cases. As a result of Bruen four pending cases were granted certiorari, vacated, and remanded back to their circuits for rehearing using the Bruen process. Morin v Lyver was one of the four cases. It was remanded back to the ...

The Atlanta’s Best Wings shop is located inside a gas station plaza at 6647 Covington Highway in Lithonia. The store owner showed Atlanta News First’s Don Shipman surveillance video from inside the store when the shooting happened around 2 a.m. Wednesday.

In the video, you can see two customers inside the store when one of them opens fire on the other. The shooter then runs out of the building, while the victim slowly drags himself across the store floor to a corner of the room.

A few minutes later, the shooter returns, grabbing what appears to be a backpack from inside the store - and when he’s leaving the building, the shooting victim returns fire, injuring the shooter.


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A tow truck driver was killed in a road rage shooting Tuesday afternoon in south suburban Crestwood, police say.

The driver of a tow truck and the driver of a Buick were near Cal-Sag Road and Cicero Avenue when they collided about 3 p.m., the Crestwood Police Department said.

Both drivers continued driving south on Cicero Avenue but stopped near 132nd Street, where the tow truck driver pulled out a gun and shot at the person in the Buick, according to policd. The driver of the Buick, who had a valid concealed carry license, pulled out a gun and returned fire, striking the tow truck driver, police said.


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 A doctor at Texas Children's Hospital blows the whistle on the fact that the hospital was still mutilating children (aka performing 'trans' surgeries) under the table after they had announced that they were stopping.

And Biden's DOJ is coming down on him like a ton of bricks (https://www.nationalreview.com/news/doj-indicts-whistleblowing-surgeon-for-exposing-transgender-procedures-at-texas-childrens-hospital/) with felony counts that claim that he broke federal privacy laws regarding medical records.

Assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Texas Tina Ansari, whose office is leading the criminal investigation, argues Haim had no right to share the medical records of minor patients with the public.

However, she neglected to mention that the documents disclosed were not patient charts, were redacted to protect sensitive patient information, and complied with HIPAA, which permits anonymized information to be disclosed generally, and even protected information can be publicized if ...

A Ban Too Far

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:19, Tuesday, 11 June

The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty filed the suit earlier this week, claiming the 1999 rule makes it illegal to “possess or control any firearm, gun or similar device at any time while on the waters, banks or shores that might be used for the purpose of fishing,” goes too far. [More] Any infringement … Continue reading "A Ban Too Far"

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Jefferson’s Manual

by admin in The War on Guns at 07:51, Tuesday, 11 June

In re yesterday’s post: I neglected to add three scans in the 2A Commas piece, now included as UPDATES at the end. I believe the index page to Jefferson’s Manual conveys an important original understanding of the amendment, as it emphasizes it to be a singular citizen’s right and omits any reference to the militia … Continue reading "Jefferson’s Manual"

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04:55

Preparedness Notes for Tuesday — June 11, 2024

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:04, Tuesday, 11 June

On June 11, 1488, in the Battle of Sauchieburn, in a rebellion against the Scottish crown, King James III was killed. — On June 11, 1742, Benjamin Franklin invents his now famous Franklin stove. — June 11, 1864: The Battle of Trevilian Station, the bloodiest and largest all-cavalry battle of the American Civil War, begins in Louisa County, Virginia. — John Wayne, the iconic American film actor, died on June 11th, 1979. — SurvivalBlog Writing Contest Today we present another entry for Round 113 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The prizes for this round include: First Prize: The photovoltaic …

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Designing a 7.62×39 Handload, by Tunnel Rabbit

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:03, Tuesday, 11 June

At this moment I am anticipating the arrival of an antique Mauser rifle that has been fitted with a new barrel chambered in 7.62×39. By the grace of God, I was able to obtain an antique custom rifle in the ubiquitous 7.62×39 from Elk Creek Company. This will be a scoped rifle that might use the same ammunition that I already stock for my semi-automatic rifles that use 7.62×39 ammunition with bullet diameters of .310 inches. An Expectant Father Waits for the Arrival As I wait for it to arrive via UPS, I am writing this article and thinking ahead …

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SurvivalBlog’s News From The American Redoubt

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:02, Tuesday, 11 June

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 located in the American Redoubt region that are of interest to preppers and survivalists. Today, news of a wayward bull at a central Oregon rodeo. (See the Central & Eastern Oregon section.) Idaho Idaho farmers say water curtailment order will dry up land, push them out of business. o  o  o Idaho Bar Explodes In Popularity For Celebrating ‘Straight Pride …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:01, Tuesday, 11 June

“Republics decline into democracies and democracies degenerate into despotisms.” – Aristotle

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Review: Shalotek’s P365 FLEX Frames & Slides

by Steven Kuo in Recoil at 10:26, Tuesday, 11 June

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In this post, Vera Koo lays out her life’s journey, that really began in her 40s, and culminated in finding self-love. Through tragedy and terrible times, she found the shooting sports, became a champion, a Christian and more.

Vera Koo The Most Unlikely Champion is the story of a petite Chinese-American woman, wife, mother and grandmother and her run to the top as a world title holder in the sport of Action Pistol Shooting.

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22:55

China is Making Iraq Military Industry Great Again

by Vladimir Onokoy in The Firearm Blog at 20:00, Monday, 10 June

In the early 80s, Iraq Military Industry was quite impressive for a Middle Eastern country. With the help of Yugoslavia, the country produced several different AK-pattern rifles, light machine guns, and various sniper rifles. Iraq also produced a pistol called “Tariq” with two versions, a 9 mm that was based on the Beretta 951 and […]

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Special Forces Group of the Peruvian Air Force - SCAR-HWelcome to back Photo Of The Day. Each day, we showcase at least one stunning image that captures the beauty of the world of firearms. Above you see a GRUFE (Special Forces Group of the Peruvian Air Force) Special Operations Defense member dry firing at a target with an FN SCAR-H rifle (with a Schmidt & […]

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The Rimfire Report: The Legendary Ruger Standard .22 PistolHello and welcome back to another edition of The Rimfire Report! This ongoing series is all about the rimfire firearm world! Last time we talked about the AMT Automag II .22 Magnum pistol. As I assumed would be the case in the comments, most of you guys love the idea, and the looks of the sizeable silver […]

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Meme Dump...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 16:40, Monday, 10 June


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June Update Post

by correia45 in Monster Hunter Nation at 16:54, Monday, 10 June

It got pointed out that I’ve not done one of these for a while. My apologies! I’ll try to keep up on that better.

Book Release Stuff

I’ve been working on Graveyard of Demons, which is the 5th and final book in the Saga of the Forgotten Warrior, but I had to split it in half because it got too big. So the first part is still called by that title and will be out in November.

I’m working on the second half now, which I don’t know the date for yet, but should be fairly close (as in 3-6 months after that). It will have a different name, and everything go restructured so Graveyard has a good ending. Luckily for me I had a very pivotal scene that was right around the half way point in the manuscript so it worked out great.

The other new release is Five Points Ripper which is the third episode of the Lost Planet Homicide series, which will come out in September. However this series is still an Audible exclusive for now, though I’ve got plans for it in print. (I really love writing this series).

I know that some of my books have been unavailabl...

Going It Alone

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:47, Monday, 10 June

A year after Newsom called for constitutional amendment on gun safety, no other states have joined him [More] Fellow opportunistic Democrats see an advantage in letting a political rival make a fool of himself, and everyone else is pretty much just wondering who the impotent cuck in the orange shirt is. [Via Jess]

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Making the Grade

by admin in The War on Guns at 17:03, Monday, 10 June

Father of Four Executed as Gunman Indiscriminately Fires at Random Cars in Gun-Controlled California [More] He was on his way home after working the night shift to provide for his family when this worthless waste of oxygen decided to kill. I’m thinking it’s no coincidence that so far, “background details on the suspect were unavailable.” … Continue reading "Making the Grade"

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The Point of Return

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:51, Monday, 10 June

Records expunged for St. Louis couple who waved guns at protesters. They want their guns back [More] There’s no valid excuse to have kept them this long. [Via bondmen]

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We’re the Only Ones Dogged Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:47, Monday, 10 June

Police Dog Attacks Man As He Lays Motionless With Hands Behind His Back… Cop Arrested Him For Taunting The K9… Officer Placed On Paid Leave After This [More] “Stop resisting! Stop resisting!” The dog’s not the only irredeemably vicious animal I see here. [Via bondmen]

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We’re the Only Ones Optional Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:40, Monday, 10 June

Police chief suggests ShotSpotters in Dutchtown, Mount Pleasant to curb crime [More] Stupid, racist, or corrupt seem to be the only options here. [Via bondmen]

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‘Teen’ Contretemps in 3…2…1…

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:30, Monday, 10 June

Downtown Summer Nights begins this Thursday, with events scheduled to take place every Thursday night in Kiener Plaza through August. Organizers say it’s all part of a plan to make downtown “safe, vibrant, and beautiful.” [More] Yeah, I’ll be going to that real quick. You? [Via bondmen]

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Crimes against postal carriers dramatically rise [More] I’ll bet there’s a direct correlation. [Via bondmen]

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Lead Tag

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:20, Monday, 10 June

Teen paralyzed during ‘Senior Assassin’ water-tag game outside Walmart after being shot with real gun [More] Plenty of stupidity to go around for all concerned… [Via Steve T]

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We’re the Only Ones Lickety-Split Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:11, Monday, 10 June

Mississippi state trooper is fired after sending sex tape of her and another woman to colleagues [More] Is this some kind of bust? [Via Steve T]

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Question Deserves Honest Answer

by admin in The War on Guns at 17:39, Monday, 10 June

Ten people were injured in an early morning shooting in Madison, Wisconsin, on Sunday. Madison Police Department said the victims range in age between 14 and 23 years old. [More] How do you read something like that and not make certain assumptions, and when are they allowed? [Via Sweet Babboo]

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Inventing Connections

by admin in The War on Guns at 17:30, Monday, 10 June

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed, his chief of staff Chip Hill, and Montgomery District Attorney Daryl Bailey blamed the crime wave on the legislature passing permitless carry. [More] Because as we all know, that made it legal for prohibited persons to carry guns and victimize others. Show me a gun-grabber who doesn’t rely on stupid people … Continue reading "Inventing Connections"

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Enemies Foreign and Domestic

by admin in The War on Guns at 17:17, Monday, 10 June

Hostage Rescue Brings Out the Worst in the Worst People on Earth [More] Realizing that “Among the hostages believed to be held in Gaza are five unaccounted-for U.S. citizens as well as the remains of three other American citizens,” also realize that reps like Ilhan Omar are siding with foreign terrorists against American citizens. That … Continue reading "Enemies Foreign and Domestic"

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“The 17-year-olds were trying to tell him they were just BB guns, but the altercation intensified so rapidly that, unfortunately, the gun was fired,” Black said. [More] What’s with the passive “was fired”? A song I’ve always hated comes to mind. [Via Jess]

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15:55

Oh Frabjous Day, Mk. II

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 14:38, Monday, 10 June

A couple of Generous Readers bought gel socks from the amputee stuff supplier, but that was a while ago and I’ve been awaiting their arrival with increasing anxiety. But today the first batch landed!

I think this is from Anon, who specifically said he bought five. A princely gift, these things ain’t cheap. This is a huge help. Thanks!

Also, to make our day complete the dollar s...

Appendix Carry

by correia45 in Monster Hunter Nation at 13:39, Monday, 10 June

I got this question on the Triple Nickle video, (edit, just added link) and my answer got big so I’ll give it its own post- “Also, I believe you’ve said before you carry a Philster holster but can you talk about (or link to) some info on appendix carry? I’m currently running a P365 XMacro Comp on a P365 grip to conceal better at 4 o’clock, but I’d love to be more comfy and get the gun in front of me. So far (at 6’3” and 260 lbs) I haven’t figured that out. Any tips?”

https://www.facebook.com/larry.correia/videos/1113383889881194

Okay, this one is in honor of Jack Clemons because he was the big dude who gave me advice as a big dude to figure out how to make AIWB comfy (and also Hyrum Grissom, who hooked me up with a different rig because my first one was pokey and designed for skinny people!)

First off, we don’t want to hear it Fuds. Appendix is perfectly safe as long as you aren’t an idiot, and the single most common self inflicted gunshot wound is still the old hip down the leg whoops I was a dumbass speed holstering move, so buzz off.

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“A Dear Visitor”

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 14:00, Monday, 10 June


Max Kurzweil, A Dear Visitor, 1894, Private Collection, Vienna.

Deliberations

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 12:56, Monday, 10 June

 From what I'm hearing (and I have absolutely no inside scoop) it appears that the jury will soon get the case on the Hunter Biden trial.

Probably the most interesting thing to come out of the trial was the infamous laptop, which was entered into evidence with the FBI testimony that the laptop indeed belonged to Hunter.  This puts the lie to the whole "Russian disinformation" tale and makes those 31 intelligence experts to look like the political hacks that we all know they are.  Every one of those fools needs their security clearances revoked, and a grand jury empaneled to see if they have violated one or more federal laws.

Of secondary interest is what the jury might find.  I feel that Hunter's guilt has been established, but I have long been a fan of nullification.  The jury should try both the facts and the law.  Either way, it is going to be interesting.

Migrants are brazenly jumping in front of moving cars in Brooklyn in a bid to get hit and squeeze cash out of frightened drivers. [More] Doing the scams Americans won’t do? I don’t imagine public floggings followed by immediate deportation are on any legislative agendas? Then again, New York City… Who cares? [Via Michael G]

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Let the Punishment Fit the Crime

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:22, Monday, 10 June

So if convicted, they’ll be prohibited persons for life. Just like the Founders intended. Meanwhile… Yeah, there’s a hate crime going on here, alright… [Via Michael G]

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Doing the Bear Minimum

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:13, Monday, 10 June

A 71-year-old woman who was found dead inside her Sierra County home last November had been mauled by a black bear… [More] “She’d feed her cats on the front porch and had trash on the property”? “Bears were constantly trying to get in through broken windows and that her mother had physically hit one to … Continue reading "Doing the Bear Minimum"

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The Evil Servants

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:54, Monday, 10 June

In the big picture it was not difficult to figure out why the Pentagon would be opposed to Trump. [More] And the CIA, and the FBI, and… Appoint them their portion… [Via WiscoDave]

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We’re the Only Ones Terrorizing Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:40, Monday, 10 June

Vermont police apologize for mock shooting that sent rattled high schoolers hiding under tables and texting goodbyes [More] What new retardation is this? [Via Jess]

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An Open Book

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:23, Monday, 10 June

Israel Disarmed: What the October 7 Attack Teaches Americans About the Right to Bear Arms [More] I haven’t read it but I agree with him on a lot, so it’ll no doubt be worth it. Here’s a little experiment you can do for yourself: Check your local library and the larger system it is part … Continue reading "An Open Book"

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Showing the Way

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:32, Monday, 10 June

A predominantly Black neighborhood in Hartford, Connecticut, hoping to fend off violent crime, has turned to an armed group of citizens to patrol their streets by land and by air. [More] So they’re breaking the law? Go on, break ’em up and arrest ’em, Connecticut Democrats. I dare ya. [Via Jess]

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We’re the Only Ones Corrupt Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:21, Monday, 10 June

San Antonio police officer fired over allegations he took weapons turned over at gun buyback [More] 18-year-veteran, eh? How credible is it to believe he’s been a Boy Scout up ’til now? [Via Jess]

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Uvalde Families Demand More ‘Gun Violence’

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:01, Monday, 10 June

Uvalde shooting survivors’ families UPS, FedEx for shipping weapon used by gunman in school massacre – The lawsuit claims the companies shipped an enhanced trigger system that allowed the gunman to convert a firearm into a fully automatic or semi-automatic weapon. [More] I was going to ask if she means it acts like a selector … Continue reading "Uvalde Families Demand More ‘Gun Violence’"

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A Numbers Game

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:36, Monday, 10 June

The number first-time gun owners since 2020 has reportedly grown to over 22.3 million people [More] How may are @$$holes? [Via Jess]

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The Comma Sense Second Amendment

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:26, Monday, 10 June

Just read your article on Ammoland about the commas in the 2nd. I’ve been researching this myself for many years and have many old books that have the 2nd, written, I believe, in its original form. It only had one comma. [More] WarOnGuns Correspondent Patrick F documents a “Constitutional Conundrum” that never seemed to trouble … Continue reading "The Comma Sense Second Amendment"

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Let There Be Light! Princeton Tec Introduces NEW Charge X Helmet LightPrinceton Tec has announced the introduction of their NEW Charge X Helmet Light for those who are donning ballistic helmets and need to shed a little more light on a situation. The new Charge X Helmet Light is compatible with existing Princeton Tec Charge mounts and will additionally include both an M-LOK mount and hook ‘n […]

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Lost States Series 3rd Ed, "The Lost State of Transylvania" - Daniel BooneSK Guns/SK Customs has expanded its popular Lost States series with its 3rd installment, “The Lost State of Transylvania” – Daniel Boone. The Lost States of America: Daniel Boone series will begin shipping in August 2024 with pre-orders currently being taken at $2,700 per handgun. The custom engraved pistol is a full-size government model Colt 1911 chambered […]

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New Sako TRG 62 A1 in .375 CheyTac

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Monday, 10 June

Sako TRG 62 A1 in .375 CheyTacBuilding on the legacy of the renowned SAKO TRG 22 and TRG 42 sniper rifles, the Sako TRG 62 A1 is poised to set a new standard for Extreme Long Range Shooting in the weapons industry. Sako’s latest addition to the TRG family comes with enhanced impact, effectiveness, and precision, thanks to its powerful 9.5×77 […]

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Notice Any Difference?

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 12:47, Monday, 10 June

If you look really closely, you’ll notice a difference in how CNN treats claims from Israel and from Hamas.

Can you spot it? pic.twitter.com/wlwXrb919c

— Bonchie (@bonchieredstate) June 10, 2024

Disney cruise passenger with pending sex crimes case caught with child sex abuse videos, authorities say [More] Sounds like someone raised on Disney Family Values… [Via Steve T]

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Fake Noose?

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:16, Monday, 10 June

Washington found a noose made out of an airhose when he arrived at his workstation on Aug. 20, 2022, according to the lawsuit. Washington alleges he complained to management, who made light of his concerns and failed to take proper action even after Washington informed the human resources office of the situation, the lawsuit states. … Continue reading "Fake Noose?"

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If we do somehow manage to help him gain a second term in the White House, we’re going to need to be able to influence what he says and does on guns. And we won’t be prepared to do that if we gloss over the seriousness of his failures. [More] We need his ear so … Continue reading "Gun Owners’ Efforts with Trump Must Not End with White House Win"

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I'd been looking forward to revisiting the Buzzard's Roost Cigar Rye, and finally did pull it down from the shelf on Friday evening. I also grabbed a Rocky Patel The Edge 20th Anniversary to smoke along with the rye on a pleasantly warm and low humidity evening. This sort of weather doesn't last long in Virginia.


Batch 2 of Buzzard's Roost Cigar Rye was released in the fall of 2022. The mash bill is 95 percent rye and 5 percent malted barley and bottled at moderate 105 proof. The #1 char barrels used for the cigar blend were smoked over tobacco leaves.

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Trust the Science!

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 09:01, Monday, 10 June

Size Matters? Penis Dissatisfaction and Gun Ownership in America – PubMed (nih.gov)

In this study, we formally examine the association between penis size dissatisfaction and gun ownership in America. The primary hypothesis, derived from the psychosexual theory of gun ownership, asserts that men who are more dissatisfied with the size of their penises will be more likely to personally own guns. To test this hypothesis, we used data collected from the 2023 Masculinity, Sexual Health, and Politics (MSHAP) survey, a national probability sample of 1,840 men, and regression analyses to model personal gun ownership as a function of penis size dissatisfaction, experiences with penis enlargement, social desirability, masculinity, body mass, mental health, and a range of sociodemographic characteristics. We find that men who are more dissatisfied with the size of their penises are less likely to personally own guns across outcomes, including any gun ownership, military-style rifle ownership, and total number of guns owned. T...

Quote of the Day

I’m sorry you feel you need an AR-15 to compensate for your tiny tadger. That’s rough.

Christina Zheng @Christilynw
Posted on X, May 30, 2024

It’s not only another Markley’s Law Monday, it is another science denier!

I was referred to this by In Chains @InChainsInJail. Zheng then told me not to procreate. I suspect what she really meant was that she wants me dead, but even if she was just passing judgement on my fitness for parenthood, that she thinks she should be able to make a decision like that for others is very telling. Anti-gun people are tyrants with, at most, a thin veneer of respectability.

Big Facts

by Tam in View From The Porch at 09:35, Monday, 10 June


Dad Joke CCCXXVIII

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 08:23, Monday, 10 June

If someone is playing a sub par round of golf, are they playing well or poorly?



Brandon Maddox at Silencer Central, 2024 

Brandon Maddox and Silencer Central is an American success story. Brandon went from a Federal Firearms License  (FFL) in his home to the largest silencer dealer in the USA. Today, Brandon's companies dominate the silencer/suppressor market, regulated under the National Firearms Act (NFA).

This correspondent met Brandon Maddox at the 2024 SHOT Show. Brandon had read several AmmoLand articles, recognized this writer, and started a conversation. Brandon graciously agreed to be interviewed. This is the second in a series of articles resulting from several interviews. Quotes have been lightly edited for clarity. ...

The report states they started arguing again when Smith began to push and pull her off the couch. The woman went to her bedroom to get away from him, but Smith followed her.

According to the report, the woman said Smith picked up a glass candle holder and held it as if he was going to hit her with it. He then hit her once.

The woman told deputies she was in fear Smith was going to hit her with it again, according to the report. She then grabbed her gun from a bag by the bed and shot him once.

 

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According to the Sheriff’s Office, a woman called 911 at about 10:40 p.m. from a home in rural Edwards saying that her 15-year-old son had shot her husband while she was being beaten. When deputies arrived at the scene, the 41-year-old man was pronounced dead from a gunshot wound.

The woman and 15-year-old boy were transported to a local hospital and treated for injuries consistent with domestic violence. The woman was interviewed by investigators and their preliminary investigation suggests that the use of lethal force was used in self-defense or defense of another.


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During the investigation, the man, identified as Jose Villarreal, was found to have assaulted his 32-year-old girlfriend. The girlfriend got a handgun and shot Villarreal in an effort to protect herself from further harm.

The female was also taken to the hospital by medics with serious injuries.


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Surviving Mob Attacks on Your Vehicle

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Kord: Russia’s New .50 Cal Heavy Machine Gun

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 09:27, Monday, 10 June

https://youtu.be/MYk_a9WAuW4

The Kord was developed to replace the Soviet NSV heavy machine gun. The NSV was developed in 1969 to replace the DShK, and it was a pretty good gun – but it was manufactured in only one factory and that factory was located in Kazakhstan. When the Soviet Union crumbled, that left the new Russian Federation without and heavy MG production. So, in 1994 a design team at the Kovrov plant developed an improved model of the NSV both to improve it and to provide domestic Russian production. The first prototypes were ready in 1997, initial production began in 1998, and the new gun entered military service in 2001.

Mechanically. the Kord is a long stroke gas piston system with a rotating bolt. It still uses the 12.7x108mm Russian cartridge. The piston and operating rod have elements of PK lineage, and the ejection system is a clever forward-ejecting design that makes the gun easily used in vehicular applications without strewing empty brass around the inside of a tank/AFV/IFV. A hefty muzzle brake, shoulder stock, and neat bipod mounting system make the gun at least plausibly usable in an infantry role.

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or, Revenge of That Bush in my Yard.

So a couple of days ago I cut down two of the many intrusive bushes that have taken over my yard between the woodshed and the wash…

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 The World Health Organization has 'confirmed' via lab tests, that the death of a dude in Mexico was due to bird flu.

Except...

Mexican Health Secretary Jorge Alcocer on Thursday denied an announcement by the World Health Organization (WHO) that a man’s death in Mexico was caused by a strain of bird flu that had never before been found in a human.

During a morning briefing, Alcocer rebuffed the WHO’s announcement and assured that the 59-year-old man, who was reported to have died from the A(H5N2) strain of avian influenza, “died from other causes, mainly kidney and respiratory failure.”

Alcocer urged people to remain calm and to take the WHO’s announcement with caution because it is "not accurate."

The WHO really really wants a pandemic treaty that will allow them to take over the world.  And, like covid (remember the hyped up numbers, like the guy who died in a motorcycle accident who somehow ended up a covid death?), they are willing to lie and fearmonger in order to do it.

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Preparedness Notes for Monday — June 10, 2024

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:05, Monday, 10 June

Some sad news: Apollo 8 astronaut Bill Anders, who captured ‘Earthrise,’ killed in plane crash. — On June 10, 1898, US Marines landed in Cuba during the Spanish–American War. Roosevelt’s Rough Riders (The 1st  US Volunteer Cavalry) landed later in June.  The famed Battle Of San Juan Hill was not until July 1st. — On June 10, 1967, the Six-Day War ended as Israel and Syria agreed to observe a United Nations-mediated cease-fire. — Today’s feature article is a review by SurvivalBlog Field Gear Editor Tom Christianson.  

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Travel Berkey Water Filter, by Thomas Christianson

by Thomas Christianson in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:04, Monday, 10 June

Most SurvivalBlog readers are probably familiar with the rule of threes: You can survive 3 minutes without breathable air or in icy water before losing consciousness. You can survive 3 hours without adequate shelter/clothing in conditions of extreme heat and (especially) cold. You can survive 3 days without water. Drinking unpotable water may extend your survival somewhat, but you may ultimately succumb to illness due to waterborne pathogens or toxins. You can survive 3 weeks without food. This rule outlines your priorities in a survival situation. If you fall through the ice into a frozen lake, obtaining an adequate supply …

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Recipe of the Week: Cookie Sheet Baked Feta and Vegetables

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:03, Monday, 10 June

The following recipe for Cookie Sheet Baked Feta and Vegetables is from SurvivalBlog reader  Liz D.  This is intended to be baked on a cookie sheet with a full perimeter lip. It seems that Liz is a fan of the Terminator movies. She writes: “There is no feta but what we bake for ourselves.” Ingredients 1/2 cup balsamic vinegar 1 sprig of fresh rosemary plus 2 tablespoons of rosemary leaves 1 tablespoon honey Kernels from 4 ears of sweet corn 8 mini bell peppers, stemmed, halved and seeded 1 medium zucchini (about 8 ounces), cut into 1/2-inch chunks 6 scallions, …

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SurvivalBlog Graphic of the Week

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:02, Monday, 10 June

Today’s graphic shows the recognition of the right to openly carry a firearm, by state. (Graphic courtesy of Reddit.) Update: Reader V.T. wrote to mention some possible errors in the graphic: “Oklahoma has open carry with no permit required (although one is available).  I believe Missouri passed the same.” The thumbnail image below is click-expandable.       — Please send your graphic ideas to JWR. (Either via e-mail or via our Contact form.) Any graphics that you send must either be your own creation or uncopyrighted.

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:01, Monday, 10 June

The state is the great fictitious entity by which everyone seeks to live at the expense of everyone else. For, today as in the past, each of us, more or less, would like to profit from the labor of others. One does not dare to proclaim this feeling publicly, one conceals it from oneself, and then what does one do? One imagines an intermediary; one addresses the state, and each class proceeds in turn to say to it: “You, who can take fairly and honorably, take from the public and share with us.” Alas! The state is only too ready …

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Night And Day: An AR Built For Brutality [BUILD SHEET]

by David Lane in Recoil at 09:41, Monday, 10 June

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Sporting clays is a sport. It’s even part of the name! I’m hopefully not telling you something you didn’t already know; however, it could very well be something that you didn’t fully comprehend or recognize. Sports, in general, have a game plan. In clays, it’s just you in the box. There is no one to decipher the moves of the opponent other than you and your own training and experience. So, if there is no one else to affect our performance, why is performance anxiety a constant factor? This month, we look deep into the mental game of clay shooting and how we can develop a solid plan for success.

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Paul Bunyan USPSA June 2024

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Swampfox Sentinel II Micro-Red Dot [Hands-On Review]

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