How did the octopus beat the shark in a fight?
He was well armed.
After that disastrous install of the Edimax drivers, I am trying again with the TP-Link AC1300 Mini Wireless MU-MIMO USB Adapter. It either plugs and plays or not. Where the big clunky TP-LINK AC1200 adapter gives me 54 Mbps, this gives me 56-58 Mbps, slightly above the ISP's promised 50 Mbps. It is not quite as compact as the Edimax, but it can probably stay in while loading it into the case. At least it isn't clunky large.
from “If I Ran the Zoo.”
The NY Post has today’s daily story of leftist ideological fanaticism.
The company that publishes Dr. Seuss’ children’s books said it will stop selling six of his titles because they contain racist and insensitive images.
Dr. Seuss Enterprises — the firm charged with preserving and protecting the beloved author’s legacy — said it scrapped the books because they “portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong.”
“Ceasing sales of these books is only part of our commi...
On this day, March 2nd, in 1836, a group of Texians, Tejanos, and European settlers where hunkered down in an old Spanish mission in San Antonio, hemmed in my a Mexican Army. Sam Houston was raising an Army, and David G Burnet formed a government. Thirty-two additional men slipped through the Mexican patrols and entered the Alamo.
Today is recognized as Texas Independence Day. Some are asking if Woke History will cancel the Alamo? I think not. Personally, I think that the Woke movement will probably eat itself. People are beginning to see that the Woke folk are trying to apply standards to other people that they do not choose to apply to themselves. It is either, (and I can be convinced) and outgrowth, extension, or by-product of Cancel Culture. It is also arbitrary, capricious, and applied inconsistently. It's bad business.
But, today is the day that commemorates a bunch of men, of all races, creeds, backgrounds, and aspi...
I see that Cedric Richmond is in the news. Previous to the biden administration, he was the congress-critter our of New Orleans. We in Louisiana know Cedric. He's full of crap, and made the move from being an ineffective congressman to being a big shot in the crazy man's administration.
Cedric says that the White House is going to move on reparations. You can read the whole thing at the link.
This is going to be a disaster, one that I'm going to sit out. I predict that when the money actually starts to flow, we're going to see human nature come out in ways that no one wants to see. Democrats are pissed, generally, at the biden administration on the basis of the lack of movement on the covid relief checks that he promised. When they fail to deliver on reparations, when the money starts flowing in unequal amounts, ...
Bearing Arms this morning, has a post up about the Chicago Tribune publishing a story about rising black gun ownership that isn’t completely derogatory.
As surprising as that is, there is one line in the story that sparked my interest:
Many of the same Democrats who support criminal justice and policing reform because they see systemic bias inherent in the criminal justice system are eager to put more gun control laws on the books, even if that means they’ll be disproportionately enforced against minorities.
On the surface that may seem ironic but it’s really not counterintuitive at all when you think about what the left wants. This is true about many of their policies that, to any logical, rational, fact based analysis seems counterproductive or even hypocritical…think high minimum wage that increase unemployment, unfettered immigration that floods the market with cheap (below minimum wage) labor, “entitlements” that discourage self-improvement, and policies that discourage nuclear families.
The left wants the populace dependent on the government. That is the bottom line of their entire worldview...
And remember to wire home money!
Rooster kills Indian man during banned cockfight ...The rooster, with a 3-inch knife tied to its leg, fluttered in panic and slashed its owner ... in his groin... [More]
We obviously need more commonsense cock safety laws to prevent more incidents of cock violence!
[Via several of you]
Medina County Justice of the Peace Tomas Ramirez ... is charged on one count of organized election fraud, one count of "assisting voter voting ballot by mail," and 17 counts of unlawful possession of a ballot or ballot envelope, KABB reports. He was arrested with Leonor Rivas Garza, Eva Ann Martinez, and Mary Balderrama. [More]
I know! They're Democrats!
Florida Gov. DeSantis accused of favoritism in distributing Covid vaccine, Congress urged to investigate ... Notably, both Fried and Crist have been named in news reports as potential gubernatorial challengers to DeSantis. [More]
Who's denyin'? We're delayin'.
From Afghanistan to Iraq, a lot of military observers say America can't seem to win wars even though we have the most powerful military on the planet. [More]
With the being-forced-on-us domestic unpleasantness and being forced-on-them ideological homogeneity, are we sure that's the worst thing?
[Via Mack H]
Cities are starting to ban new gas stations [More]
That's fine, Democrats.
Make it $10/gallon with half-mile-long lines and stations running out leaving those who didn't make it out of luck. Make all those costs people never directly see get up close and personal with them.
Like all wars, the one on the Republic requires public support. Think Clausewitz:
Garren said no one has been arrested, but there is person of interest and police have located a suspect vehicle. Officers are also checking for possible surveillance video in the area. [More]
Curious, that none of the accounts I've seen share a description, so the public can help remove this vicious menace from our midst. Yet other times, authorities have no problem getting people to come forward.
It's almost like there are considerations other than public safety at play...
In January, FBI Washington Field Office Assistant Director in Charge Steven M. D'Antuono warned those who took part in the Capitol attack that their own friends and family were turning them in... "As a matter of fact, even your friends and family are tipping us off. So you might want to consider turning yourself in instead of wondering when we're going to come knocking on your door—because we will." [More]
Good thing we're a lot more sophisticated than people from the past. That, and we don't want to end up in the KZ...
I’d never have believed this would be a “conservative” position a decade ago. Yet this makes sense to me in terms of where the boundaries are looking to be reforming:
Conservatives should spend more time thinking about what it would mean to build effective 21st-century labor unions or guilds. Republican leaders often defect because woke concerns function as a way to signal class status. Conservatives need to find ways to nurture a new leadership class that isn’t crippled by status anxiety. The working class is less tied to woke pieties than the managerial class, and finding ways to increase their political agency would defang woke nonsense.
Tech monopolies can’t truly be fought without fighting their anti-American labor practices. Republicans spent a year fundraising off the threat of tech censorship, and then as soon as the election was over they rewarded big tech with cheap labor. A new labor movement could help curb immigration, reform the H1-B1 program, and lessen offshoring, while encouraging strategic manufacturing in America. New lab...
Hot on the heels of 32-grain CuRx bullets release, Cutting Edge has announced the addition of heavier 42 and 50-grain projectiles to this line of machined solid copper .22LR bullets. These bullets are designed primarily for rimfire competition shooters to allow them to squeeze the maximum performance from the humble .22LR. The .22LR cartridge uses heeled bullets […]
We live in interesting times with new technological milestones almost every day. Now it’s time for some weaponized math, as FN Herstal just released their Weapon Mounted Ballistic Calculator called the FN Elity. The system combines a laser rangefinder, an infrared illuminator with a ballistic solver and various embedded sensors and presentation of the results […]
In quarter 4 of last year, Lone Wolf released their Guardian Pistol, a pistol aimed at newer shooters that could be bundled with training classes. Now, Lone Wolf is offering up its latest handgun – the Lightweight Tactical Defense (LTD) pistol which has been developed from a wealth of experience and customer feedback. New Lightweight […]
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I will not consider things to have returned to normal until Preston Safeway once again regularly stocks Charmin Sensitive and eight-roll packs of regular Bounty paper towels.
They’ve resumed a normal stocking and availability level of Charmin Soft and Charmin Strong, the rationing signs have been down for over a month at this point, and you can get all the Bounty Essentials you want, but regular Bounty still has not returned to my teeny corner grocer. Nor has the green-label Charmin, which is the Cadillac of bumwipe.
Maybe it will arrive with the first green shoots of spring.
I'd been reading up on the Waco Siege of the Branch Davidians because the ATF was being all mournful of the 4 agents that dies there. Not so much for the 80 some 'civilians' that died there (2 dozen children) because the ATF wanted to make a flashy arrest for the cameras and elevate their exposure.
Oh, their exposure got elevated alright.
The thing that got the ATF sniffing around is the cult (a bit sketchy as a cult, yes, but the ATF doesn't arrest people for being in a fringe Christian group...) were firearms enthusiasts. They made some folding money with an FFL selling stuff at gun shows. Being very meticulous to properly fill out the ATF forms. The ATF found it sketchy that they got shipped firearms accessories. Citing a time when they got 60 AR magazines at one time.
I bet more than one reader of this tiny blog has considered owning up to sixty magazines for personal use.
For that all this people had to die.
President Clinton: "Why can't you just wait them out?"
Janet Reno: "Well, the FBI shooter team is getting tired....
Purim started Thursday night, and continued on Friday till sunset, when Shabbat started. One of the things about Purim is we don’t listen to the scroll as mere (HAHA, mere) history, but as current, as our reality today, to see it through the lens of current events.
I listened to a very interesting podcast last week, the podcast discusses the genocide chart and points out the flaws in it. Nope, it’s not too negative, it’s too optimistic. It’s not that long, and well worth listening to.
Well, that’s not too hard. Let’s see, government that hates a segment of it’s own population and wants to kill them.
Basically, we are living under martial law, and have been for over a year. We no longer have the right to run our own businesses as we see fit, people that have had a business in their family for generations are losing their businesses and homes. The government decides whose life is essential and wort...
Long-time SurvivalBlog readers will know that I’m a sucker for a well-made 1911 – in any configuration. However, my thinking has changed over the years. And, with the current climate all around the world, meaning political, and of course, the many wars taking place. I wouldn’t pick any 1911 as my one and only handgun for an End Of The World situation. As I’ve mentioned before, I’d go with a handgun with a larger magazine. Still, I love the 1911, and have carried one on and off duty in law enforcement, and as a civilian. Even to this day, I’ll …
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 of interest to preppers and survivalists that are located in the American Redoubt region. Today, some wind turbine news. (See the Idaho and Wyoming sections.) Idaho Lincoln County commissioners receive update on massive wind farm project. The article begins: “The Lincoln County commissioners received an update on the massive wind farm project that could possibly break ground in the summer …
“Urban friends ask me how I can stand living here, ‘so far from everything?’ When I hear this question over the phone, I’m usually looking out the window at a forest, a running creek, and a vegetable garden, thinking: Define ‘everything’.” – Barbara Kingsolver
The world of knives is vast and old and can look somewhat daunting to an untrained eye (such as mine). If you’ve seen the popular TV series, “Forged in Fire,” you’ll understand just how much tradition and technology have melded throughout the years to create these marvelous and sometimes deadly tools for us to use. Smith & Wesson offers a vast line of affordable knives to choose from. Here’s a run-down of five items, including aces and blades, from a box of knives that they sent to me to review.
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One of the first things I noticed about ...
Can anyone explain to me why Schedule K exists? Nominally I am a partner in an oil services company in the Permian Basin. But it generates income (and a pretty decent ROI, at that, or I would sell it just to simplify tax returns) pretty much like any other stock. Why is it special?
KRG Bravo 10/22 Chassis – A good fit For the 10/22 New for 2020 was an expansion of KRG Bravo stocks for rimfire rifles, including the CZ457 and the Ruger 10/22. I previously set up my Tikka T1X in a KRG Bravo stock, and it has been superb in every way. Therefore, I jumped at […]
Last week I saw a herd of cattle set up shop around the watering station near Landlady’s place, and naturally assumed they belonged to the ranchers who hold the local grazing lease. I was resigned but unhappy – they run hundreds of cattle through here when the grass permits, which means meandering cattle knocking down my stuff and shitting on it, all the large wildlife moving away, and occasional encounters with bad-tempered breed bulls which can be hazardous if you’re on foot. I don’t get a vote, but if I did I would much prefer the cattle to not be here.
But there were strange things about these particular cattle: For one thing, the cattlemen had done nothing to accommodate them. No supplements, and the well pump was still turned off. It’s a bad time to graze cattle here – it’s been super dry until recently and there’s no grass to speak of. The last time they ran a new herd out here when the grass wasn’t growing, they left quite a few corpses before they quit trying and rounded them up. And these cattle just looked ...
Learning how to survive and fight in the winter is essential for some soldiers. In our Photo Of The Day we’re taking a closer look at Royal Marines participating in the Cold Weather Survival Course together with helicopter pilots and aircrew. Before taking to the skies over the Arctic Circle, the aviators of the UK’s […]
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Hello and welcome back to another edition of The Rimfire Report! This ongoing series is all about the rimfire world and its various firearms, ammunition, and trends. This week we have a review lined up from Italy with a recently acquired Beretta 21 A Bobcat Covert pistol. While the Beretta 21 A Bobcat has been around for […]
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What's the difference between a dad joke and a bad joke?
Just the first letter.
According to various sources, gun sales in the Fifty States (measured by background checks with BATFE and the FBI) hit a new record in January. Back on the 3rd of February, 24-7 Wall Street reported 4,137,480 sales for the first month of 2021, the largest single month since figures started to be recorded in 1998. In 2020, gun sales in the United States rose 40% to 39,695,315. That’s more than 1 for every 10 Americans!...
Kevin O’Brien of KT Tactical Design has introduced his patent-pending Glock 43X and 48 frame modification. The Balanced Rail System is a permanent modification for the Glock 43X/48 that is supposed to reduce recoil as well as add rail space on the bottom of either of the handguns. The Balanced Rail System also serves as […]
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Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson deals it out, ad lib. He sounds like a viable candidate for the presidency or VP to me. Not bad for a fellow who entered politics last year!
"Which is all preface to a larger issue – the digital age’s fetish for large aperture lenses. Like most fetishes, it can’t be justified rationally. It makes no sense. In the digital age, when hyper ISO is a reality (10,000 ISO being common), there simply is no need for them. None, other than to pimp the one-trick pony that is ‘bokeh,’ which, to my eyes, is the single worst visual affectation brought about by digital capture. Suffice it to say that, as a general rule, the more you rely on bokeh to make your photographs interesting, the shittier the photographer you are. Full stop."Sure, a little background separation is nice in certain types of portraiture, and the ability to make it vanish...mostly, at least...can be handy for some kinds of pedestrian product shots, but if you're running around shooting everything with the lens WFO, that's just poor craftsmanship.
Over at the other blog...
"So the above photo has two Smith & Wesson rimfire revolvers, built probably about thirty years or so apart. The top one is a .22/.32 Heavy Frame Target, an I-frame revolver built probably sometime in the late 1920s. The lower one is a Model 34 Kit Gun, dating to the late '50s and built on the Improved I-frame.
If you look at the cylinders...specifically the rear of the cylinders...you will notice a difference. If you pop open the .22/.32 Heavy Frame, the rear of the cylinder looks strange to anyone accustomed to Smith & Wesson rimfire revolvers, because the charge holes are not recessed to accommodate the rims of the cartridges."
In a previous post, I asked the following question: "The following pictures all have something in common. I will leave it to you to guess in the comments."
Here they are again for your consideration.
The answer is they were all taken with a cell phone. When I posted them, I did not edit, crop, or light balance them, I took them directly off the camera storage on the phone.
First, it is amazing is just how good the lens, sensor, and software has gotten. This is a four year old, middle of the road, Samsung Galaxy S8.
Second, the camera you have in your pocket will take an infinitely better image than the pro rig at home on the shelf. I wouldn't have chosen the cell phone if the SLR had been available, but I used what I had.
It's not like this hasn't been known about for a long time, yet
A recent academic journal article by the professor — in which he described as “prostitutes” the Korean and other women forced to serve Japan’s troops — prompted an outcry in South Korea and among scholars in the United States.
And note this bullshit from the Times: ...traumas that the region’s conservative patriarchal cultures had long downplayed.
As I recall, Korea and China and others have raised hell about this bit of history more than once, yet they throw this in? What the hell?
A member of the Oath Keepers militia group charged with plotting with other extremists in the attack on the U.S. Capitol disavowed the anti-government group in a court hearing Friday, telling the judge she is “appalled” by her fellow Oath Keepers and “humiliated” by her arrest. [More]
So she acted independently without any organizational direction or regard to Bylaws' membership requirements, and now says it's the group's fault and throws everybody else under the bus to save her own skin?
“The sentence handed down today will allow Elijah Moore to have three decades to ponder why he ever decided to shoot at law enforcement officers. Let this be a reminder to others who might ever give a moment’s thought of shooting at law enforcement officers: it’s a fast track to prison,” said U.S. Marshal John Jordan. [More]
Is the home invasion against "civilians" even an afterthought with these guys?
"FUCK TRUMP. FUCK COLONIZERS & CAPITALISTS. DEATH TO AMERIKKKA." [More]
It's telling that Wired refers to the victims as "far right" and to the Marxist criminal perpetrators as a "transparency group."
The thefts occurred between July 2017 and December 2018 and were discovered after ATF agents visited the store to review its fireworks "acquisition and disposition" records through which the sales of handguns are tracked. [More]
I know you're not supposed to blame the victim and all that, but what the hell is wrong with the oblivious owner?
He suggested he wants permission for 600,000 to 800,000 Mexican and Central American immigrants to work legally in the United States every year. [More]
So if we only "need" a million hired farmworkers total and there are already 11 million (more like 20+) illegals...
Something doesn't add up. Like the "reasons."
Well, I guess as long as she's linking to Scientific American...
Nice to see t...
Time to order ATF to ignore everything that came before and change the rules again...
Far-right extremists are threatening to “blow up” the U.S. Capitol during President Biden’s State of the Union address next month in hopes of killing dozens of members of Congress. This, according to Acting Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman who made the startling claim in testimony before the House Appropriations Committee on Thursday. The revelation came while justifying the need for keeping strict security measures in place following the storming of the Capitol building on January 6th. [More]
That they supposedly know about this yet no arrests have been made makes me think "provocateur-inspired low-hanging fruits with zero capabilities are making noises in CI-infested internet forums that our government heroes can exploit for headlines again."
[Via Dave Licht]
Miller was released from jail on something called an “I-bond,” which allows a person to leave jail without paying any bail as long they promise to return to court for their hearing. [More]
And what happened next, you ask?
If this doesn't highlight the need for more "commonsense gun reforms," nothing will.
Yugoimport is a Serbian state-owned company that showcases at IDEX, under a single umbrella, a variety of defense-related products from the country. The firearms at the booth are manufactured by the well-known Zastava Arms company, although the models showcased usually aren’t the ones exported for the civilian market. In this edition of the event, a […]
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The highly popular and highly anticipated Big Sandy Machine Gun Shoot is on for March of 2021 at the Big Sandy range in Wikieup, Arizona! Due to scares surrounding COVID-19 in 2020, both shoots were canceled last year along with many other popular gun-related events. However, the 2021 Big Sandy Shoot is back by popular […]
IDEX has always been an important event for the defense industry players across the globe. Few countries never attended, and one of these was Israel. In 2021, thanks to the Abraham Accords, this has changed. Here we’ll see a few products of EMTAN, short for EMTAN Karmiel Ltd, a name not so familiar for most […]
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Once the cattle (that’s us) have been herded into the digital slaughterhouse, we will be told to “use it or lose it” when it comes to our own money. In other words, either we spend the money, or the government will take it away.
Of course, the spending can be channeled into politically correct causes by excluding unpopular vendors such as gun dealers or conservative social media platforms from the payment system. This represents total domination of human behavior through world money + digital currencies + confiscation.
This is not speculation anymore; it’s happening in front of our eyes. The Great Reset is coming fast. The future is here.
The only solution is to use a non-digital, non-bank store of wealth that cannot be traced or manipulated. Given the planned dollar devaluation, it’s one more reason to own physical gold and silver.
Get it while you still can.
February 22, 2021
The Great Reset Is Here
[While I can see his claim is more than plausible, I’m not certain it’s as dir...
Years ago, on a dark December morning, Ron Doctor was driving alone through the snowy hinterlands of the Northwest Territories when he spotted something odd in the thick, fresh snow. He couldn’t get a good look, so he drove home and returned to the scene during his precious four-hour window of subarctic daylight. The second visit confirmed his suspicions: these were giant wolf tracks, 7½ inches long.
Even figuring for a bit of spread, that's big.
Our embarrassing Senator, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, was running his mouth on CNN yesterday, talking smack about the Republican Party and the former president.
Bill Cassidy is utterly despicable.
I just penned him a note on his electronic page, telling him so.
Bill Cassidy is an embarrassment to the State of Louisiana. He ran under a false flag, and Ill never vote for him again. He is not a moderate Republican. If anything , he is a Southern Democrat. And, he is utterly despicable.
After the gun group missed its January payments, the car company's credit arm asked the federal court handling the NRA's bankruptcy to force the group to cancel its leases. [More]
But...but...but Wayne was bragging they were really in fine shape, and the bankruptcy filing was just a ploy. Does this mean those of us who get the hard copy magazine won't be soon?
Hopefully, this is paid for. I'm also wondering who isn't driving their own car and if at least th...
If it weren't for domestic enemies in government we wouldn't have to.
The Celmi brothers were Italians who moved to Uruguay and opened an arms factory. They are best known for sporting shotguns, but in 1943 they introduced an automatic pistol, much like the Walther PP but with a removable barrel bushing, a la FN 1910. Quality was questionable, and only a few hundred were made, with the only known significant purchaser being the Uruguayan state oil company.
For just the second time this year, I was able to hit the range and enjoy a fun IDPA match. I opted to shoot the Compact SIG P320 in the Compact Carry Pistol (CCP) division at the monthly match held at the Cavalier Rifle and Pistol Cub. I've only shot this gun a few times in the last two years, so it would be interesting to compete with so little practice. The day of the match was prognosticated to be wet and cool, and indeed it was. Sadly, though I'd spent the last week watching the rain percentage column of the weather app, I'd paid little attention to the temperature prediction. After a couple warm days, I was slightly underdressed for the weather, but persevered.
In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves talks about 5 weird-ish revolvers for concealed carry. We aren’t discussing ZANY handguns like a Colt Single Action Army or a Nagant revolver – we are talking about wheelguns that are actually decent, viable carry options: They are just a little weird in their own special way. We […]
Meprolight is one of the OG’s of red dot optics and also happens to be one of the most common names when it comes to durable, action-ready red dots. The company has just released their newest red dot – the MEPRO O2. This sight is intended to be an all-weather, all-light capable red dot with […]
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Guest post by Richard Douglas
There are plenty of reasons why you may need to take your firearm across state lines. Maybe your friend has a hunting cabin “up North”, or you are taking part in a competition just over the state border, or maybe you finally booked that dream hunt in the Rockies. Whatever the reason, don’t pack that rifle and scope just yet! Make sure you are traveling safe and legal.Basic Safety
This almost goes without saying, but regardless of which states you may be traveling through you need to transport your gun safely. Always keep it locked up, unloaded, and out of reach. Keep any and all licences and permits on you when carrying.State/Local Laws
State laws can be the most co...
Been doin some experimenting. Dosing with booze to help with sleeping. What with the painful spine and all. Beer is less effective than I remember, and wine isn’t much better. But four fingers of bourbon does a decent job. And unlike opioids, alcohol isn’t addictive.
It is?! No shit. Huh.
The Veterans Second Amendment Protection Act prohibits the VA from sending certain information on veterans or beneficiaries assisted by a fiduciary to NICS without a judicial ruling that they are a danger to themselves or others according to a release from Congresswoman Liz Cheney. [More]
Shouldn't that apply to all citizens and non-LEO government agencies?
And if they are adjudicated a danger with full due process protections, shouldn't they be under custodial care?
Forgive me for wondering if Liz Cheney is just trying to recapture reputation points.
Sorry, I don't mean to sound negative. Of course, such protection should exist. It's just that I have these other reactions and concerns.
Trooper kicked, dragged Black man who died in custody - The video shows troopers choking and beating the man, repeatedly jolting him with stun guns and dragging him face-down across the pavement... [More]
Don't read too much into the cursing trooper turning his body camera off -- if you know what's good for you.
The latest news from the Anticommunism Action Team...
Maher stated, “Liberals need a stand your ground law for cancel culture, so that when the woke mob comes after you for some ridiculous offense, you’ll stand your ground. [More]
Right, because they're the victims. When they do it to conservatives, they're just getting "comeuppance for actual crimes."
[Via Mack H]
The situation isn't dissimilar to that of a child who refuses to clean their room until a parent threatens punishment, said Dan Esty, director of the Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy and head of the Yale Initiative on Sustainable Finance. [More]
So it's a parent/child relationship? Dan's idea of what government is for and mine are existentially incompatible. Remember what Vanderboegh used to ask?
Does the government serve the people, or do the people serve the government?Whose horses and hounds are they, anyway?
Fact Check: Is Only 9% of Joe Biden's COVID Stimulus Plan Going to Public Health? ... The overall spending for public health is $400 billion, or roughly 21 percent of the proposed stimulus package. [More]
Then why isn't it a $400 billion bill?
A Bristling Standoff Rattles Gun-Friendly Vermont - In Pawlet, Vt., where a landowner opened a tactical weapons training site, a zoning dispute has escalated into something more dangerous. [More]
Why, did the guy make actionable threats? It seems to me the ones going into hysterics are the ones who want to introduce the violence of coercion into the equation. And that "Fear has gradually spread into the town of Pawlett" opening tells us much.
Did the guy move in and deliberately violate existing zoning ordinances or not? Did he issue threats or not? How do we know some of those weren't initiated by the supposed "victims"?
It's not a matter of being "gun-friendly." Hell, any Fudd or fed can be that if we're talking about their gun.
It's a matter of being freedom-friendly.
I'll stick with April 19, thank you.
We remember the fallen agents: Special Agent Conway LeBleu, Special Agent Todd McKeehan, Special Agent Robert Williams, and Special Agent Steven Willis who made the ultimate sacrifice while trying to execute a search warrant. Learn more: https://t.co/4bKunPx0Hq pic.twitter.com/aVde6ZK13K— ATF HQ (@ATFHQ) February 28, 2021
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson vs. Donald Trump: A serious comparison [More]
Are you serious, "establishment Republican" Douglas MacKinnon?
He thinks he is, in his praise for "centrism" and his characterization of those who won't yield on principle as "haters."
That said, Dwayne would be as bad as or worse than the last president named Johnson. Here's why.
Received via email:
A family court judge, Nicole Zellweger, has launched an all-out judicial assault on Angela Freiner and her minor daughter who are refusing her order to make the 14-year-old girl return to the man who she says sexually molested her ... When the child refused to consent, the judge continued to threaten her with arresting her mother. “We can do it the easy way or we can do it the hard way,” Zellweger said. [More]
Sounds like the judge is guaranteeing a child will be getting regular exposure to the hard way.
[Via Michael G]
Oh The Places The Woke Will Go: Dr. Seuss Canceled For ‘Racial Undertones’ [More]
And tangentially related:
Mr. Potato Head brand goes gender-neutral, dropping "Mr." title
Biden adviser Cedric Richmond sees first-term progress on reparations [More]
'bout time they made you and me pay up for something we had nothing to do with!
So when do the heirs of the Persians, Macedonians, Celts, Romans, Goths, Huns, Gepids, Avars, Slavs, Bulgars, Magyars, Cumans, Mongols, Ottoman Turks, Habsburg Empire Austrians, Poles, and Russians make us descendants of my ancestors whole?
[Via Michael G]...
This is a guest post from my friend Steve Moses, owner of Palisade Training Group. I’ve taken several of Steve’s classes at the Rangemaster Conferences we’ve both taught at over the years. Steve is a very thoughtful and competent instructor and I recommend his material highly. If you are down in Texas, check out some of his courses
Record-setting sales of firearms and ammunition suggest that Americans are highly concerned about their personal safety. The same concerns about personal safety that concealed carriers have is often shared by homeowners who until now were opposed to owning a handgun for the simple matter that they had children in their house and were afraid that one of them might find their pistol or revolver and use it to harm themselves or others.
Americans have always had a particular fascination with firearms,...
Are you ready for a possible disruption in the lines of communication you rely on? You may want to consider getting your ham radio license. Find out how from our featured blogger, The Survival Mom. ~ MC
On December 25, 2020, an RV loaded with explosives detonated in downtown Nashville. In seconds, dozens of buildings were damaged, 8 people were injured, and communication lines in several states were disrupted. Survival Mom readers quickly reported the impact of this outage:
“I am in the Nashville area and c...
Today is the birthday of the late singer, songwriter, and cowboy poet Allen Wayne Damron. Damron was quite the Texan, through and through. (Born 1939, died August 13, 2005, in Terlingua, Texas.) — Today we present the monthly column that is kindly written by Steven Cochran of Gainesville Coins Pat Cascio’s weekly product review article will appear tomorrow. (Tuesday, March 2, 2021.)
Welcome to SurvivalBlog’s Precious Metals Month in Review, where we take a look at “the month that was” in precious metals. Each month, we cover gold’s performance, and the factors that affected gold prices. What Did Gold Do in February? Gold didn’t have a very good month in February, closing at a second monthly loss in a row. This culminated in a $53 drop in spot gold on the last trading session of the month, hitting $1,716 an ounce before recovering back to $1,730. This puts gold on track for the worst month in four years. The pain this month …
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The following recipe for Snow Ice Cream comes to us from SurvivalBlog reader Laura E.: During or after every fresh snowfall, I mix up a batch of snow ice cream for my husband’s sweet tooth. Kids would love to make this fast and simple seasonal treat, too. Ingredients Snow Sweetened condensed milk Flavor(s) of choice (cocoa, vanilla or peppermint extract, fruit, etc) Directions The density of the snow will influence the amount of condensed milk you need to create a creamy consistency (closer to that of ice milk than of ice cream). So I use two bowls. 1. Scoop up …
Here are the latest news items and commentary on current economics news, market trends, stocks, investing opportunities, and the precious metals markets. We also cover hedges, derivatives, and obscura. Most of these items are from the “tangibles heavy” contrarian perspective of SurvivalBlog’s Founder and Senior Editor, JWR. Today, we further examine the ammunition shortage. (See the Tangibles Investing section.) Precious Metals: See Steven Cochran’s monthly precious metals recap report, also posted today. Economy & Finance: Personal income leaps 10% in January thanks to stimulus, but inflation still in check o o o At Zero Hedge: Rabo: We Are About To …
“Are we at last brought to such humiliating and debasing degradation that we cannot be trusted with arms for our defense? Where is the difference between having our arms in possession and under our direction, and having them under the management of Congress? If our defense be the real object of having those arms, in whose hands can they be trusted with more propriety, or equal safety to us, as in our own hands?” – Patrick Henry, from: Debates in the Several State Conventions on the Adoption of the Federal Constitution
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com February 28, 2021 DefenseReview’s (DR) been writing about Walther pistols for awhile now. We like the brand, partially because they make high-quality firearms, and partially because they’re the choice of British MI6 Special Agent 007 James Bond from the time of Sean Connery’s Bond, the ORIGINAL Bond. …
When I was an undergraduate in electrical engineering at the University of Idaho I wrote a paper reviewing the use of microwaves to beam energy from space to the surface of earth. In 1973 Peter Glaser, vice president of Arthur D. Little, Inc was granted a patent for certain aspects of this concept.
I was quite enthralled by the concept. The critics claimed things like:
Most of the critics were, to electrical engineers, laughable wrong.
In regards to cooking the birds the frequency of the microwaves would different from your microwave oven. A frequency that was not absorbed by rain and water vapor would be chosen to decrease transmission losses.
The energy density of the microwave beam would be little different than a microwave communications tower. The beam width was quite large and hence large am...
I find this very telling about the character and intentions of “House Democrats”.
Reps. Jerry McNerney (D-Calif.) and Anna G. Eshoo (D-Calif.) sent a dozen letters to 12 different carriers this week urging them to deplatform or otherwise take action against Fox News, Newsmax, and One America News for allegedly spreading misleading information about the Jan. 6 Capitol breach and the COVID-19 pandemic.
They pointedly asked the carriers if they were planning on carrying the networks “both now and beyond any contract renewal date.”
The open debate of ideas tends toward the truth.
Stated little more strongly, falsehoods fail on their own. Only the truth needs to be suppressed.
Windows 10 boots up. Of course I still have to reinstall all the dozens of applications that I had working three days ago. The vast majority were free, so there are no license keys to hunt down. It will still be a bit of work, but all the installers are on the 1TB hard drive to which they backed up my SSD, so it should be a pretty simple if slow process. Then I system image everything to a 1 TB hard disk that I have lying around so that I can boot from it if I ever have a disaster like this again.
It’s TFBTV Mailroom #37, February 2021. James opens “fan” mail and announces the gun and gear giveaway winners. Want to send something in? TFBTV Mail Room: PO BOX 52288 New Orleans, LA 70152 ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» PLEASE check out our Patreon and Subscribe Star pages if you enjoy our program, and consider […]
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You see these questions all the time.
What is the best revolver?
What is the best pistol or semi-auto?
What is the best fighting handgun?
There are 4 immediate thoughts that come to mind when I see these questions. The best is, what you have on you in a time of need, The one you train most with, The one you are most likely to carry and last but not least the one you shoot best. So I have put together a little test to figure out what is best for ME.
How about the BEST Sporting, Target Shooting, Self Defense Handgun? Under time trials which one do I shoot best?
Ever since photography was invented in the early 1800s it has been a medium of almost limitless possibilities. Today most people have at least a smartphone to capture what’s going on around, and the professionals use even more advanced cameras and optics, like here. At TFB we’ve been running our Photo Of The Day for […]
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Syren makes a line of shotguns especially designed for women, and we’ve featured many of them here at The WON in our special column, “Syren Savvy.” We’re also delighted to focus this post on Syren’s “Owners Group” on Facebook, set up especially for people who own Syren shotguns, with this purpose: “Post your photos, tell us your Syren stories and share your experiences and discussions with other Syren owners right here.”
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I own a Syren Elos shotgun, and it’s been hunting in pheasant fields o...
Guy decides to film prank video for Youtube, in which he attacks strangers with a butcher knife. As one witness says, not the best idea.
Man, that was fun! Thanks to everyone who came - final turnout was over twenty which is pretty awesome. Big Country has a good AAR posted already but here are the highlights from my point of view:
What happens when your police force is overwhelmed?
On Saturday night, a mob of antifa rioters ravaged the Pearl District of Portland, smashing windows and spray-painting anti-police messages on businesses, including a Safeway, a Starbucks, and a Chipotle, among others. Police resources to deal with the riot had been strained by multiple shootings in the city that same evening.
When a police force gets overwhelmed, the logical management technique it to start prioritizing the response. A shooting scene is more important than public disturbance. Especially when the mayor really doesn't want yo to stop the disturbance. The business owners whose businesses were wrecked have soe choices, either rebuild o the location or somewhere else. That is ow cities get "hollowed out", when businesses can' survive in crime-wracked places, they tend to leave. To go somewhere that they are more likely to not be damaged by uncontroll...
Jonathan Ferguson, author of our newest Headstamp Publishing book “Thorneycroft to SA80: British Bullpup Firearms 1901-2020”, has just gotten his advance author’s copy of the book! Let’s join him to take a look through its contents…
Copies are in transit now, and should be available in stock in a couple weeks. Kickstarter preorders will be shipping immediately upon our receipt of the books, and we will have plenty more available for sale from our web site:
Order your copy now, and we will ship it with the other preorders for a minimum wait!
Welcome back to the unofficial debut of Season 2 of TFB’s Behind The Gun Podcast where we dive into the inner workings and the brightest minds behind the industry’s most influential organizations. Like the rest of the world, COVID thrashed our plans of recording in-person podcast interviews at all the industry shows in 2020. Virtual […]
If you are afraid to lose something, then that something can be used to control you. Carano was not afraid to lose and so she could not be controlled, and I commend her for that. The example she has set for others is far more valuable than any work that she might have done by submitting to the Hollywood Cheka. If only the majority of people would do the same, our civilization could change for the better overnight.
All tyranny is an illusion predicated on fear within the minds of the enslaved. So, do not fear.
February 24, 2021
How Societies Are Imprisoned: The Whole World Will One Day Be Like Hollywood?
[See also this example.—Joe]
will be to lower the standards. Because, somehow, taking in kids who aren't ready for it will work better.
They don't know how, but they'll be very sure of it. Or they'll just get rid of the advanced classes entirely. For 'Fairness'.
I know it's February, and we're certain to get some more cold weather, but today it's mid-70s and partly cloudy. I decided to crank up the griddle and make burgers for the crew.
I cooked them early and dropped them in a crock pot filled with beef broth. That's a trick I learned when I was helping the chuck wagon at the local rodeo. But, a burger is no good without bacon, so I dropped a couple of packs of good hog=meat on the griddle.
Sometime I want to get into machining. Maybe make a clock. Maybe use a foundry to pour the brass or aluminum or whatnot. If I had a really good foundry... Steel 1911 parts!
February 28th is the birthday of famed Swiss investor and economic pundit Marc Faber (born 1946). — SurvivalBlog Writing Contest Today we present another entry for Round 93 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 worth more than $2000. A Gunsite Academy Three Day Course Certificate. This can be used for any of their one, two, or three-day course (a $1,095 value), A course certificate from onPoint Tactical for the …
(Continued from Part 4. This concludes the article.) ANTENNA SELECTION Mobile Antennas Selection, and Mounts The following list is very short list as most antennas on the market require the installer to tune the antenna with an SWR meter. Often this fact is omitted. Fortunately, both these antennas do not need to be tuned and are more than adequate. There is not much need to look further. Both of these antennas have NMO bases, and there is a variety of heavy to light magenetic mount with various cable lengths available that have MNO fittings. Magnetic mount bases are very popular, …
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The latest meme created by JWR: To share this, you can find it here: https://kapwi.ng/c/ZW18AUNF Meme Text: Nancy Pelosi Fought the U.S. Border Fence — And Dragged Her Feet for Four Long Years But Then She Ordered the Three-Mile Long Capitol Fence — And Had it Put Up in Four Days
Photo Of The Day: Today we have a few pictures of the old French FAMAS and their new Heckler & Koch HK416F. The FAMAS above seems to have the controls of the FÉLIN system (Fantassin à Équipement et Liaisons Intégrés or Integrated Infantryman Equipment and Communications), but missing quite a few of the other parts […]
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You see these questions all the time.
What is the best revolver?
What is the best pistol or semi-auto?
What is the best fighting handgun?
There are 4 immediate thoughts that come to mind when I see these questions. The best is, what you have on you in a time of need, The one you train most with, The One you are most likely to carry and last but not least the one you shoot best. So I have put together a little test to figure out what is best for ME.
How not to fill a Zippo…
Kind of reminds me of adventures I had when I was a teen, that I sort of kept to myself thereafter. Buried forever in the private mental file marked “things you should never do again with gasoline and black powder.”
I burned the woodstove briefly this morning just to take the chill off. By the time I got back from morning chicken chores it was already out and the iron was barely warm. And before I left I cut kindling for tomorrow morning’s fire the way I always do, just automatically, didn’t even give it any thought. I’ll lay the fire later in the day after the embers are mostly out.
Biden's newly minted Secretary of State and his staff made the egregious mistake of hanging the Mexican flag upside down during a video conference this week. Now I'm not a diplomat or anything, but I'm pretty sure that disrespecting the flag of another country, especially during a first meeting, is awfully dumb. It's also pretty obvious when the Mexican flag is upside down--there's a semi-circle of oak and laurel leaves under the coat of arms.
But we're supposed to think that these morons are the smart kids in the room?
Good morning everyone and welcome back to another Silencer Saturday brought to you by Yankee Hill Machine, manufacturers of the small but mighty Turbo K 5.56 rifle suppressor. Last week we talked about the NFA Registry and all the various numbers behind it. This week we are going to answer the top 20 suppressor questions […]
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The British Spectator recorded the latest triumph of Woke-ism in commercial culture.
Another pillar of the patriarchy has fallen. His name is Mr Potato Head – or rather, it was Mr Potato Head. US toy giant Hasbro has decided to make the branding for this nearly 70-year-old range gender-neutral, so it will just be Potato Head from now on. According to Hasbro, this is all part of an effort to ensure that ‘all feel welcome in the Potato Head world’ and to ‘promote gender equality and inclusion’.
Neither Mr Potato Head nor his wife, Mrs Potato Head, are being shelved entirely as cha...
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