Led by attorney Lisa Bloom at a press conference in Los Angeles Monday, two women who had previously accused Steven Seagal of rape and sexual assault told their stories about the actor's alleged misconduct.
Originally revealed in a January report by The Wrap, actress Regina Simons said she was 18 and an extra on Seagal’s 1994 film On Deadly Ground when he allegedly raped her, while former model Faviola Dadis said she filed a police report about Seagal in the last month, saying he groped her during an audition in 2002.
During the press conference, Simons said that Seagal raped her after inviting her to his house, claiming he was throwing a wrap party. She said that he was twice her age at the time, and she had not had a sexual encounter with a man before ...
Hatred of all traditional Christian religions is underway as usual. 3/19/18 CBS New York:
PORT JEFFERSON STATION, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A statue of the Virgin Mary was beheaded in Port Jefferson Station over the weekend, according to Suffolk County Police.
The statue was vandalized at the Church of Saint Majella in Port Jefferson Station sometime between Friday and Sunday.
The first sparrow came down my stovepipe.
This little guy could have waited a couple of weeks and I wouldn’t have minded. Not cold enough to need the fire lit – if it had been, he wouldn’t have made the trip – but a little brisk to be wanting to sit around with the windows open waiting for him to leave.
According to the Guinness Book of Records, the narrowest street in the world is located in the old town of Reutlingen, in Germany. It is actually a narrow alley, called Spreuerhofstraße, between two closely built houses. The “street” is only 31 centimeters wide at its narrowest point and 40 centimeters wide on the average. The street isn’t particularly long either — just 3.8 meters. But since it is located on municipal land, the folks of Reutlingen insist it’s a public street.
There’s not much to see in Spreuerhofstrasse, and ...
BREAKING: House Leaders About to Betray Gun Owners? [More]See, the problem is, they're being given the green light by Fairfax, and guess who's got the numbers? It won't change until that does.
Open letter to virtue signaling gun grabber [More]Well said.
He resigned after The Baltimore Sun asked about three lawsuits from Strange’s five-year career as a Baltimore police officer. Pugh confirmed that she had accepted Strange’s resignation in a statement late Wednesday. The mayor said he was still in the process of being vetted when she announced his hiring. [More]
Some of the members of the Florida Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) are very anti-gun and they are proposing and pushing gun ban and gun control amendments to put in the Florida Constitution. [More]It would help if there was some indication of which commissioners are enemies and which are approachable, and what leverage exists and with whom. I'd also be interested in knowing how many of the commissioners are on board with citizen disarmament besides Smith, Martinez, Coxe, Plymale, Joyner, and Kruppenbacher, which are names gleaned from the linked proposals.
This Monmouth poll yesterday deserved to receive more attention than it did:
Majority believe ‘deep state’ manipulates U.S. policies. “The majority of the country believes a group of unelected government and military officials secretly manipulate national policy, according to a Monmouth Poll released Monday….”
Let’s understand what is going on here: the overwhelming majority of the American people, having lived through half a century of declines in faith in virtually every American institution – the Congress, the courts, the cops, the church, the media, the National Football League – now believe that one of the most important institutions we have to protect us, the security and intelligence forces that are supposed to ward off threats, have now been turned against them. And not even one out of five Americans believes this invasion of privacy is usually justified – instead, they believe not just that they are being monitored, and not only do they believe this practice is near-constant, but they also belive that this monitoring is typica...
Given the success and depth of USA Shooting’s shotgun program in recent years, it stands to reason that simply making America’s team might be the hardest thing to do. That will be the case this week as the nation’s top shotgun competitors converge on the Tucson Trap and Skeet Club for the Spring Selection Match, […]
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Maybe St. Mary's County is providing emergency response training. Because it seems to me that Broward County sure could learn something important from how St. Mary's school resource officer handled today's emergency.
"Run to the sound of the gunfire, engage the threat until it is eliminated, put yourself in harm's way for the children" sounds better than "Whatever you do, make sure you go home at the end of the shift."
A former Obama campaign official is claiming that Facebook knowingly allowed them to mine massive amounts of Facebook data — more than they would’ve allowed someone else to do — because they were supportive of the campaign.
Yes, they're using children. It's what they do.
I find myself more and more in sympathy with a lady who said "Next one who says 'We should listen to the wisdom of children' gets hit with a club."
So, will the Brit .gov now prosecute her for the 'hate crime' of writing this?
Considering his party hates the 2nd Amendment, an interesting statement:
By Nathan Barton
The United Kingdom, once a land of far more liberty than 95% of the world, has become the poster child for the new “democratic despotism” which (like all forms of involuntary government) seeks to control not just the lives but the thoughts of those under its rule.
“Hate crimes” are defined by the Royal government as: A crime that the victim or any other person perceives to be motivated by hostility or prejudice towards any aspect of a person’s identity. Police forces in England, Wales and Northern Ireland annually monitor five strands of Hate Crime:
“Hate incidents” are “Any incident, which may or may not be a crime, that the victim or any other person perceives to be motivated by hostility or prejudice towards any aspect of a person’s identity.”
Her Majesty’s civil servants (including the police) tell those “victims: “If you think it is, it is. Whate...
You should rely on the state and only on the state for your well-being. Even though Wisconsin has a Castle-doctrine law, you should rely only on the state. According to the State™, that is. Sauk County homeowner fires gun in response to home invasion sus – WKOW 27
“His first step should be to call 911,” Sauk County Sheriff Chip Meister says. “Everybody’s first step should be to call 911.”
He grudgingly admits that there is a Castle-doctrine in Wisconsin that allows homeowners to protect life and property.
District Attorney Kevin Calkins tells 27 News he agrees with Meister’s legal analysis, but says he will have to review reports on the clash between Gilbertson and Szarfinski before making a decision on the homeowner’s actions.
Because if they can charge a law-abiding homeowner for defending himself from a home-invader, you just know that they won’t pass up that opportunity. Why? Because they hate lawful self-defense with eve...
The guy who runs the place basically said privacy is an out-dated concept, and yet people are surprised that if you use Facebook, you have no privacy. Facebook Under Investigation by FTC for Use of Personal Data | Time. Same goes for Twitter of course, but that is a story for another day.
The latest (though I doubt the last) privacy kerfuffle around Facebook has as much to do with the fact that the firm involved “helped elect President Trump,” as anything. However the FCC isn’t investigating that.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is probing whether Facebook violated terms of a 2011 consent decree following the revelations that user data had been transferred to Cambridge Analytica without their knowledge, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Under the 2011 settlement, Facebook agreed to get user consent for certain changes to privacy settings as part of a settlement of federal charges that it deceived consumers and forced them to share more personal information than they intended. That complaint arose after the company changed some u...
It’s really a matter of putting public pressure on the president. This is where the Second Amendment comes in, quite frankly, because you know, what if the president was to ignore the courts? What would you do? What would we do?
Rep. Tom Suozzi (D)
Congressman suggests Second Amendment as means of opposing Trump
[Via email from Lyle who commented (and also suggested this was appropriate):
If nothing else it demonstrates once again that they understand the constitution. They oppose it, not because they fail to understand it, but because they do understand it.
I cannot find fault with this conclusion.—Joe]
"There is no clear correlation whatsoever between gun ownership rate and gun homicide rate. Not within the USA. Not regionally. Not internationally. Not among peaceful societies. Not among violent ones. Gun ownership doesn’t make us safer. It doesn’t make us less safe. The correlation simply isn’t there. It is blatantly not-there. It is so tremendously not-there that the 'not-there-ness' of it alone should be a huge news story."
The dogs are usually hyper alert to things outside. Their beds are by the window and Belle in particular sits and gazes out all day long. When either one of them sees or hears anything suspicious--a passing cat, someone walking a rival dog past (Oh no they didn't!) or something really threatening like the UPS truck, a school bus, a garbage truck or their personal nemesis the mailman, they sound off in tandem like it's World War Three.
But last night, they were completely silent as I worked on assembling a dresser in my bedroom. They didn't even react to the drums and the chants outside that finally caught MY ear and made me go look. Sure enough, Murphy was still napping and Belle was casually watching as a dozen Mardi Gras Indians from the 7th Ward's Monogram Hunters paraded right up the street, with half the neighborhood following them.
Excuse the poor quality shots--it was getting dark out and the camera phone wasn't making it happen.
Cimarron Holy Smoker Frontier Single Action Revolver, 45 Long Colt, 4.75″ Barrel, Blue Finish, Case Colored Frame, Black One Piece Grip with Inlaid Cross, 6 Round Capacity, Fixed Sights, Made by Uberti – Italy, Made Famous in the Movie 3:10 to Yuma
People Are Ready to Buy Some Guns in the World’s Murder Capital - Brazil has the highest number of homicides of any nation - Opposition to strict gun laws rises as violence increases [More]Sounds like this country needs some ignorant, indoctrinated "schoolchildren" to demand dictated "solutions."
"We are Here for you, students of Great Mills," Parkland student activist Emma Gonzalez tweeted, "together we can stop this from ever happening again." [More]What a seasoned liar. Then again, with "progressives," every day is Opposite Day.
More Californians are moving from the Golden State, particularly lower-income residents, although even middle-class residents are saying goodbye. [More]Great, just what we need -- force economic migration of Democrats.
Shoppers inside the mall said they were told to shelter in place for a period of time, but the building was later evacuated as police searched the mall to clear the area. Employees were instructed to close the security gates to the stores inside the mall during the lockdown. Some shoppers and customers reportedly took shelter in office space and storage rooms. [More]There were two reports of shots fired? And customers and employees were helpless?
“After aggressively interrogating Phil, and while still on the side of the interstate, officers pressured him to sign a waiver form ‘giving’ them his money,” IJ reported. [More]Yeah, they're thugs and thieves, but ol' Phil here sounds like standing up for himself ain't exactly his long suit.
Ex-Obama Campaign Director Drops Bombshell Claim on Facebook: 'They Were on Our Side' [More]Anybody else have to pick their jaw up off the floor?
Raleigh police used search warrants to demand Google accounts not of specific suspects, but from any mobile devices that veered too close to the scene of a crime, according to a WRAL News review of court records. These warrants often prevent the technology giant for months from disclosing information about the searches not just to potential suspects, but to any users swept up in the search. [More]Hey, if you're not doing anything wrong you've got nothing to worry about, right?
“The fast and/or emphatic reholster is an awesome way to shoot yourself.” – Chuck Haggard
We often see people practicing for a faster draw from the holster, and as they speed up each draw they also start SLAMMING the gun quickly back into the holster on every repetition. That’s a very predictable result of getting a little adrenalin going. “Faster! Go faster!” is the chant in your head, after all, so it’s no surprise that your body reacts to it by going faster.
Even when it shouldn’t.
This pattern creates one of the most common ways that people shoot themselves, as we discussed yesterday. Among experienced and otherwise well-trained gun owners, a habit of jamming the gun into the holster very quickly and without thinking accounts for a huge number of close calls. And for far too many serious injuries.
As Karl Rehn, one of the best and most experienced instructors in the business, says: “The two scariest moments I’ve had occur in classes both were [negligent discharges] while re-hol...
Cook and Brother was one of the largest and most successful of the private ordnance factories in the South during the Civil War. It was formed by two British brothers who had moved to New Orleans, Frederick and Francis Cook. They opened a rifle factory at the intersection of Common and Canal streets, and began making Enfield pattern rifles. A contract was soon procured for sale of a thousand rifles to the state of Alabama, and in total they produced about 1100 rifles in New Orleans before the city fell to the Union. When that happened, they managed a hectic evacuation, and the armory was reestablished in Athens Georgia by early 1863. Production there took some time to ramp back up due to labor shortages, and they produced only about another thousand rifles in 1863. By this time they had a large contract with the CSA government, and managed an impressive 4500 more guns in 1864, before the entire enterprise collapsed as the CSA became unable to make payments.
What we have today are a ...
Among a large number of airguns and airsoft, the third largest group of products at IWA are shotguns. Sure there are the boutique high-end shotguns but just as many if not more prevalent are tactical style shotguns made in Turkey. Remember the Akdal MKA1919? It is an M16 style semi-automatic 12 ga shotgun. Husan is […]
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At IWA, CZ showed off their newest version of the CZ Shadow 2. They are following the trend and milling the slide to mount an optic. This is most likely due to the surging popularity of the carry optics divisions in IPSC and of course USPSA. CZ Shadow 2 Optic Ready If you look at […]
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As I said in another article, I kept my eye out for things I don’t see here in the US while roaming the halls of IWA 2018. A large percentage of IWA is made up of airsoft and airgun manufacturers along with blank firing guns. MWM Gillman GmbH is a company that imports and makes […]
He knelt onto the muddy, bloodied field – desperately searching for his pouch of black powder. In his other hand, the soldier held his gun, the business end pointing toward the sun. Ripping open the pouch with his gritty teeth, he hastily poured gun powder down the barrel, followed by a large ball of molten lead. The sound of metal against metal pierced the air while removing the cumbersome ram rod from its holder as he attempted to pack down the concoction with the hopes of getting off one good shot. THAT is the image I once imagined when I heard the word muzzleloader. A bit overdramatic, maybe even a tad Hollywood I know, but still the truth. I had never seen one in person or used a muzzleloader, for that matter.
The self-driving uber had a dash cam, and analysis of the video is providing some clarity on what happened:
The chief of the Tempe Police has told the San Francisco Chronicle that Uber is likely not responsible for the Sunday evening crash that killed 49-year-old pedestrian Elaine Herzberg.
“I suspect preliminarily it appears that the Uber would likely not be at fault in this accident," said Chief Sylvia Moir.
Herzberg was "pushing a bicycle laden with plastic shopping bags," according to the Chronicle's Carolyn Said, when she "abruptly walked from a center median into a lane of traffic."
After viewing video captured by the Uber vehicle, Moir concluded that “it’s very clear it would have been difficult to avoid this collision in any kind of mode (autonomous or human-driven) based on how...
Medical Economics recently published an interview with Jack Ende, MD, MACP, president of the American College of Physicians. The ACP is one of the signatories to the joint statement to treat gun violence as a public health issue. The interview with Ende is titled “This is why gun violence is a public health problem.” This […]
How can this be? All those folks from Hollywood were telling me how great Venezuela was just a few short years ago. Now people are fleeing paradise? Northern Brazil overwhelmed by desperate, hungry Venezuelans | Fox News
In dozens of interviews over four days, many said they had not had more than one meal a day for the last year.
Some wore baggy clothes, had emaciated faces and complained of medical issues ranging from children with measles to diabetics with no insulin.
The Venezuelan government has run out of other people’s money.
I’m not sure if this is ironic or not. It is completely understandable.
While in recent years millions of Venezuelans have immigrated, until recently Brazil received relatively few of them. Hundreds of thousands have gone to Colombia, but authorities there and elsewhere in South America are tightening their borders.
Courstesy of A Geek With Guns. Monday Metal: Invisible by Diabulus in Musica. And yes, I do know that I’m late to the party.
Diabulus in Musica is a Spanish Symphonic Metal band that was formed in 2006. The Lead Singer is Zuberoa Aznárez, Gorka Elso is on keyboards, guitar, and “grunts,” David Carrica plays drums, and Alexey Kolygin plays guitars.
The song was released in 2016, as part of the album Dirge For The Archons.
(MY best guess: it's a semi-automatic long-arm which fires one shot with one pull of the trigger, without the need to deliberately cycle a bolt or other mechanism to load the next round into the chamber. But that's just a guess! &n...
Come for the R. Kelly… stay for the *snicker* knowledge:
0:28 – The stress of the internet is steady WORKING my man’s hairline.
1:38 – LOL he’s going to hurt himself so bad with those big-ass stick knives. ...
This is interesting:
Whatever though, if it just gives the person a pass on minor traffic offenses I don’t really care. More serious stuff though like drunk driving etc… seems unethical to give someone a pass on.
I haven’t got a ticket for anything in well o...
The Age of the Machine: not just A Bad Idea!
I've long had the opinion that "Self-driving cars" were not only just an idea whose time had not come, but were a threat. It gives me no pleasure to have my anti-machine opinions vindicated at the cost of human life.
But it was only a matter of time.
I've a decades long history of participation in the Computer Age, and I know that if there is a way for a computer to f*ck up ... it will.
Sadly, this proof resulted in the death of a human ... someone with a family and people who cared about her, rather than the extension of a bunch of bits and bytes who know no better than what it has been programmed by fallible humans who couldn't possible anticipate all of the ways Something Can Go Wrong.
Self-driving Uber kills Arizona woman in first fatal crash involving pedestrian:
An autonomous Uber car killed a woma...
They don’t celebrate St Patrick’s Day in most places like they do in Chicago. SCORNED BEEF: St. Pat’s Revelry Sparks At Least 7 Arrests Downtown, 6 More In Wrigleyville Through 8PM. CWB Chicago reports from the heart of Wrigleyville (The area around the famous ballpark) which is full of bars.
The quote in the title of the post is from a 10:42 AM radio transmission. There is a lot more at the link than I present here.
9:55 AM — Dispatcher: “[Sigh] Oh, they’re dropping already. Can you head over to 500 West Madison for the female passed out in the food court?”
So began St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago 2018.
Yes, they really do start that early. Some of it is disturbing. Some of it is funny. All of it is St Patrick’s Day in Chicago.
Via email from Bill J.:
Does that mean that this liberal wants…
Perhaps this was not well thought out.
Brady Center Files Lawsuit Against Gun Manufacturer and Dealer For Parents of Boy Killed in Unintentional Shooting
Lawsuit Alleges Gun Did Not Include Safety Feature That Would Have Prevented Shooting
The parents of 13-year old J.R. Gustafson brought suit today against Springfield Arms and Saloom Department Store in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, outside Pittsburgh. J.R. was killed on March 20, 2016 in an unintentional shooting by a boy who thought the gun was unloaded after the gun’s magazine had been removed. The lawsuit alleges that the gun should have included safety features that would have prevented the shooting, and J.R.’s death.
It appears they are trying to sneak through a clause in the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act. The law gives qualified civil liability to manufacturers or distributor...
Yesterday I went out to a friend's place and we put 100 rounds through the Cimarron Firearms 1860 Henry. The ammunition was 50 rounds each of two different loads:
First, .44 Henry Flat rimfire-equivalent loads:
A couple of weeks ago I ordered a Cimarron Firearms 1860 Henry Civil War model rifle from Buffalo Arms, the same place I got my Cimarron 1873 Sporting Rifle from two years ago. The Henry arrived at my FFL last week and I did the transfer on Thursday. Like the 1873, the Henry is chambered for .44-40 / .44 WCF. I shot it for the first time yesterday.
Not long ago I scrounged this Chinese shoulder pouch for my AK mags. Unfortunately it’s cut a little too deep. With all five slots filled you can hardly get your fingers in around the magazines. If I ever really wanted it I’d want it in a hurry, and the magazines are kind of hard to get out.
It got annoying after a while. So on the afternoon of this blustery day I decided to fix it while watching an old movie.
A couple of weeks ago we reported about the suppressed version of the Merkel Helix rifle. Recently the company has introduced another variation of their rifle called Helix Speedster. The main difference of the Speedster from other Helix rifles is its new stock which Merkel calls SpeedStock. This is a polymer stock which has a thumbhole […]
GO DIRECTLY TO THE POLLS ➼➼➼ http://gat.life The month of March has become – quasi-officially – tournament season, thanks in no small part to the NCAA basketball tournament. Everyone loves a little bracket-based competition, and presumably, everyone here loves guns, so the conclusion was inevitable. TFB had to launch an official gun tournament. INRODUCING: March […]
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Last week, Hrachya posted a sneak peak of the Umarex HDR50. I happen to attend IWA 2018 while I was in Germany last week and got a chance to take a closer look at it along with some of Umarex’s other offerings. First I shall premise this post with a little background and explantion of […]
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A couple years back, I moved some of my maturing bonds into various high yielding stocks. You should always keep track of how the stocks are doing; far more important than for stock mutual funds. A number have dropped in value because rising bond yields made them less advantageous. A few that paid handsome dividends (like Frontier Telephone: FTR), no longer pay a dividend. A couple of the stocks that are technically partnerships have disappointing returns that make the annoying paperwork of Schedule K-1 at tax time too much work. (One still has a 10% annual return. I'll keep that one.)
Instead of buying high yield common stock, buy mutual funds or preferred stocks. My Barclays preferred stock has been giving me 8.125% dividends annually for many years. While there are no guarantees, the preferred stocks often have some minimum surrender value.
Ruger:RGR and American Outdoor Products: AOBC, owner of Smith & Wesson have been beat up by impending gun control, more than makes any rational sense; both firms have significant product lines in no danger. Buying because you respect what a company does is never w...
Sunday started off with me getting up and out the door just in time for church. Then another crawfish boil for lunch.
Went home after that and took a nice Sunday nap. Got up, cleaned a couple of rifles on the back steps, then got cleaned up and went to a pig roast for dinner courtesy of a neighborhood bar celebrating it's three-year anniversary..
Not sure which surprised me more today:
Key point 1: Injuries from loaded guns nearly always arise from longstanding bad habits with unloaded ones.
Key point 2: Being aware of how injuries happen helps people better understand what they need to do in order to stay safe.
Did you ever wonder — and yes, I know this is a little morbid, but bear with me — about the ways that people shoot themselves unintentionally? Or about the type of injuries they are most likely to get?
Not talking here about people who inadvertently or even recklessly shoot someone else. Or about someone who shoots themselves or someone else on purpose. I’m talking about good people, people like us, who simply make a terrible mistake. These are people who are stone-cold sober and possibly even supervised at the range, but who fire a round without meaning to and somehow shoot themselves when they do.
Did you ever wonder which body parts they were most likely to hit, and why?Body parts at risk
There are two body parts most at risk for an unintentional self-inflicted gunshot....
Adam Weinstein is butthurt that people who support gun rights expect him to do his job and get the facts. I mean, I understand it can be difficult to know what you’re talking about but you seem capable of research since you can put words on the internet. He refers to it as gunsplaining. A term which should be given the same level of credibility as mansplaining and white privilege (i.e., none).
If you’re advocating for a policy change of legislation, it helps to know what the fuck you’re talking about. And you don’t and that makes you look like a hack.
I’m sure this will go well:
Department of Justice moves to ban bump stocks, classifying them as ‘machine guns’ under federal law
One would think that this would be something the Congress would have to do. But now that we’re ruled by unelected bureaucrats, that’s not required. And the president told them to do it.
But I doubt it will go anywhere: Yes, The ATF ARE Investigating The Dumb Anti-Gun Virginia Candidate Who Sawed The Barrel Of An AR-15
Watch a quick shot in super slow motion:
The Justice Department wants more money so ATF can process NFA paperwork faster. And I’m sure the always think forfeiture crowd will only use the money for that.
A Rocklin High School teacher is on paid administrative leave over her views about the national school walk out. The teacher says all she did was open up a debate about the politics of the protest in her classroom.
Sounds like a good lawsuit to me.
Publicola is none to pleased with the Metrocon Fortnightly’s embrace of GVROs. Neither am I. Due process and all. I’m also not a fan of NRA’s apparent embrace of something that is different but mostly the same. But Sebastian is correct that means the NRA has calculated that it will likely lose that fight.
Yesterday kicked off the 9th annual USASOC Sniper Competition at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Barrett announce they will be attending the 9th Annual USASOC Sniper Competition as a platinum sponsor. Taking place March 18-23, the event will test and honor the best sniper teams in the United States Army Special Operations Command, Naval Special Warfare […]
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D.C. Councilman Trayon White Sr. Suggested Jews Control the Weather, Says Sorry
“Man, it just started snowing out of nowhere this morning, man. Y’all better pay attention to this climate control, man, this climate manipulation,” he said.
Darn it. I’ve checked the WP dashboard several times now, and I still can’t find the precipitation rheostat.
Jo Ann, didn’t we get the interocitor plugin?
The book that Claire Wolfe and I have been working on is in the final edit stages, and should be available for pre-order on April 1st. It’ll be released on April 19th, but if you pre-order it’s only 99 cents for a DRM-free version of the book.
I’ll be posting excerpts as we get closer to the 1st.
Individual probable cause? It’s not necessary to get a warrant anymore, at least not in North Carolina. Cops there are now getting warrants for any phone within up to a 17 acre area near a crime. From WRAL:
In at least four investigations last year – cases of murder, sexual battery and even possible arson at the massive downtown fire in March 2017 – Raleigh police used search warrants to demand Google accounts not of specific suspects, but from any mobile devices that veered too close to the scene of a crime, according to a WRAL News review of court records. These warrants often prevent the technology giant for months from disclosing information about the searches not just to potential suspects, but to any users swept up in the search.
Let’s take a look at a ...
(Via the Drudge Report)
The Raleigh, NC PD is requesting information from Google on all mobile phones in the area of crime scenes. East Germany would be proud, I'm sure.
Justice Department wants to boost ATF budget to shorten wait for NFA processing [More]I'd also say they're trying to take the edge off any pending bump stock and other diktat and make it look like they're giving us something in exchange for compromise. This oughtta get the $15+K gun guys saying all kinds of positive things on the message boards.
Kroger confirmed that it will stop selling assault rifle-themed publications, while noting it would continue to sell other gun magazines. [More]It's not just guns they want to eradicate, it's an ideology. Why would any principled gun owner spend a dime with them when there are so many other convenient options, especially noting industry profit margins mean it doesn't take much of a business loss for a competitor to dominate?
Still, had the camera not captured the hallway scene, Officer Martinez’s testimony might well have sent her to prison. [More]But rather than being sent to prison himself, "Officer Martinez remains in good standing at the 41st Precinct. Shortly after the case was dismissed, he was promoted to detective and given his gold shield."
"(The motorcyclist) said she acted in self-defense and, given the evidence, the Prosecutor's Office cannot prove otherwise," said Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist. [More]Hey, what happened to the sexist "progressive" contention that if an incompetent little woman pulled a gun, some manly man would just take it away and use it against her?
I don't know if non-Facebook members will be able to see this, but for those who can, understand that in many places this is the new "normal." [Watch]
[Via Rex C]
Police seize first firearms under Florida's new gun-control laws [More]FBI burglars? Shape-shifting neighbors who look like Osama Bin Laden? Electrocuted legs and demon Obama cramming mudered children's souls into his head?
At the same time the Broward County school system was dismantling the “school-to-prison pipeline” under policies that failed to stop accused shooter Nikolas Cruz, it was building another pipeline, funneling back into regular classrooms thousands of other potentially dangerous students released from local jails, county and school district records reveal. [More]What could go wrong?
Denver City Council Bans Bump Stocks — They're Shocked to Find No One Turns Theirs In [More]The Denver PD makes me wish I had time to do more on Twitter than publicize links. And Councilman Rafael Espinoza can take his arrogant and factually ignorant "rank amateur" insult and shove it...
We at Liberty Hangout have put together a petition to raise the age required to purchased a smartphone to 21 in order to hopefully to save our children’s lives from the dangers of distracted driving. [More]Let's see: "Progressives" tell us adolescent brains haven't completely formed. And then they turn around and tell us they're the ones who need to instruct adults on matters of law and rights?
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is making a $1 million donation to an independent expenditure campaign supporting Democrat Mike Johnston for governor. [More]Don't expect the useful idiot pawns of the out-of-state One Percent masters to understand that the Second Amendment is what affords true egalitarian power sharing.
A Democratic congressman from Long Island implied that Americans should grab weapons and oppose President Trump by force, if the commander-in-chief doesn’t follow the Constitution. [More]I agree in principle -- it doesn't matter who the oath-breaking tyrant is. Funny, though, how Republican Sharon Angle was condemned and ridiculed for implying the same thing.
A commitment under the law would have made it more difficult if not impossible for Cruz to obtain a gun legally. [More]Well yeah, assuming such a law -- with real "due process, not the weaselword kind -- would not release him back into the wild without first being able to reliably validate that doing so would not present a credible enhanced risk.
Corrupt Crony of State Sen. Nick Sacco (D) got CCW Permit [More]Because with "progressives," every day is Opposite Day, and Democrats are the party of the people.
H.R. 5103: Gun Violence Prevention and Safe Communities Act of 2018 - o amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to increase the excise tax and special occupational tax in respect of firearms and to increase the transfer tax on any other weapon, and for other purposes. [More]I note a "2% chance of being enacted..."
Nowadays you can find even obscure pieces of classical music but a click away on YouTube (such as the Wolf’s Glen scene from Weber’s Der Freischuetz, I mean, that’s amazing really). In the past, music majors such as my high-school choir teacher and Juilliard alum David Pool would have to dig through a Schwann catalog to find vinyl pressings or tapes of obscure-but-required pieces for their studies, generally recorded by equally obscure ensembles.
Pool used to joke that as a result of all this, he and and his Juilliard classmate Charles Emerson Winchester III had between them the most extensive collection of recorded works by the Chamber Society of Lower East Cleveland.
For my part, as a starving young student I amassed my trove of classical records by signing up repeatedly for Columbia House and Musical Heritage Society “introductory memberships” (“9 albums for 1 cent”), w...
Oberland Arms from Germany are on the offensive with a lot of new product launches at their home market, at the IWA Exhibition. They have developed a straight-pull rifle called OA-GZR. It’s not a pump, like the Troy PAR, for instance. The rifle is not a rebuilt semi-automatic either but designed from scratch as a […]
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Galco Gunleather is excited to introduce the improved Pocket Magazine Carrier (PMC™) which made its debut at SHOT Show in January. Improved for 2...
Last night a woman was struck by an autonomous Uber vehicle in Tempe, Arizona. She later died of her injuries in the hospital.Think about that last sentence for a moment. The implication is that these things aren't very good in a variety of environments.
The deadly collision—reported by ABC15 and later confirmed to Gizmodo by Uber and Tempe police—took place around 10PM at the intersection of Mill Avenue and Curry Road, both of which are multi-lane roads. Autonomous vehicle developers often test drive at night, during storms, and other challenging conditions to help their vehicles learn to navigate in a variety of environments.
These idiots are writing laws. Small Government Stupidity, from Comrade Misfit.
There is an interesting discussion happening in the comments at the link above.
An Alabama lawmaker says he’s against arming teachers because most are women and “are scared of guns.”
Stereotype much? But it is Alabama, after all, not Texas.
Back on the other side of the country, it seems that a certain anacephalic by the name of Trayon White Sr., who was elected to the D.C. Cidiot Council, blamed Jews for snowstorms.
He deleted the post and said he was sorry. (I think it falls under sorry/not sorry.)
I have become sort of fond of a style of music known as Neue Deutsche Härte, or New German Hardness. Aside from the lyrics being in German, it reminds me of hard rock from days gone by.
This is “Der Schmied” by the group Stahlmann from their 2013 album Adamant. I hear echos of a hard rock song in the opening, but I can’t pull a name out of memory. You can find the lyrics and their translation at this link, though sometimes it’s easier to enjoy the music if you aren’t 100% clear on what they are singing. But any song that uses the ringing of an anvil, can’t be all bad.
For those who don’t remember their German pronunciation, “ie” is pronounced as long e (“ee,” as in peek). ...
David French think it’s high time the NRA got on board with Gun Violence Restraining Orders, and praises it as a good move. I don’t agree it’s a good move, but I think it’s probably a necessary one. French seems to think this will make a difference, but I’m going to bet you even if we pass GVROs in every state, we’re still going to have mass shootings. French seems to believe gun control will work. It won’t. It’s never worked. In the Parkland case, they had every opportunity to take action under current laws, and no one ever bothered. This would just have been one more crack the killer would have fallen through, and everyone knows it.
I worried when Bloomberg started pushing the GVRO issue that there was a chance this would get traction, and that’s what has happened. So what do you do if you’re NRA? Again, the hard line answer is to shout &#...
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A man who once won a $19 million lottery jackpot pleaded guilty Thursday to four federal counts of bank robbery, authorities said.
James Allen Hayes, 55, who was also known as James Killen and Ceaser Killen, was indicted last October in connection with bank heists in Newhall, Valencia and Santa Barbara counties. Authorities say he is believed to be the PT Cruiser Bandit and the Seasoned Bandit, so named by the FBI for his gray/white hair.
In each heist, the robber slipped a note to the teller demanding cash and threatening to shoot if they did not comply, according to the indictment....
Hayes was a Ventura security guard supervisor on the graveyard shift in January of 1998 when he won a $19 million SuperLotto jackpot. His ex-wife reportedly took half the jackpot, and Hayes ended up with a $6 million lump sum and a $1,000-a-week heroin habit.
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A Democratic congressman from Long Island implied that Americans should grab weapons and oppose President Trump by force, if the commander-in-chief doesn’t follow the Constitution.
Rep. Tom Suozzi made the remark to constituents at a town hall last week, saying that folks opposed to Trump might resort to the “Second Amendment.”
“It’s really a matter of putting public pressure on the president,” Suozzi said in a newly released video of the March 12 talk in Huntington. “This is where the Second Amendment comes in, quite frankly, because you know, what if the president was to ignore the courts? What would you do? What would we do?”
A listener then blurts out, “What’s the Second Amendment?”
The left-leaning Democrat says, “The Second Amendment is the right to bear arms.”...
Suozzi’s comment seems to conflict with his r...
1938 Phantom Corsair — The Phantom Corsair is a prototype automobile built in 1938. It is a six-passenger 2-door sedan that was designed by Rust Heinz of the H. J. Heinz family and Maurice Schwartz of the Bohman & Schwartz coachbuilding company in Pasadena, California.
Rust Heinz planned to put the Phantom Corsair, which cost approximately $24,000 to produce in 1938 (equivalent to about $370,000 in 2010), into limited production at an estimated selling price of $12,500. However, Heinz’s death in a car accident in July 1939 ended those plans, leaving the prototype Corsair as the only one ever built.
The Phantom Corsair now resides in the N...
We dragged in last night after midnight, fell into bed and had to sleep quickly. Four hours later, up again to begin Monday.
Texas State was a great shoot, put on by a great club. Ninety-eight (98) shooters total. 55 men, 35 women, and 8 youth. We shot age-based categories on Friday, the Main Match on Saturday, and speed-based Brackets on Sunday.
Akarate Zach took 2nd place in Category, and 4th place overall in the main match.
Belle took 2nd in Category, and stayed alive till the 6th round of the Main match. Eh also shot well in Brackets, staying alive long past where she thought she would be.
Major D participated. However, I stayed alive in the Main match until the 9th round, where I lost simply because I couldn't find the target. I never touched steel during that entire match. I blame myself, the other guy gave me plenty of opportunities.
After the match was over, I gathered the brass and loaded it in the van. I have 10K rounds of shotgun primer brass that has to be loaded for Louisiana State in 19 days. We pass this brass around from club to club to use for large sanctioned sho...
Sure, Fred Meyer. [More]
Sounds like somebody's trying to have their cake and eat it too.
The U.S. Attorney's Office of South Florida and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement told the Washington Examiner they could not comment on the suspect's legal status. [More]I guess they don't want to be accused of being "racists" either.
Fearing deportation under Trump, these immigrants prepare to become untraceable [More]They're bound and determined to violate every law they can until unchallengeable majority-minded Democrats and cheap labor Republican succeeed in rewarding them the vote.
They rely on food stamps, Medicaid. [More]The discriminatory and counterproductive labor laws notwithstanding, it is unconscionable to continue bringing children into the world.
During the investigation deputies found multiple dead and mutilated animals inside the residence as well, including "goat heads" and more chickens... [More]Would it be "racist" to note a commonality, and wonder if other legalities may have been ignored?
On the issue of ERPOs what the NRA-ILA once referred to as “firearm surrender bills,” he said, “We need to stop dangerous people before they act. So Congress should provide funding for states to adopt Risk Protection Orders. This can help prevent violent behavior before it turns into a tragedy.” [More]It's like up is the new down.
Ward called that "an insult to the intelligence of the people of Hawaii." [More]Either that or it's a reflection of the majority...
Three students at an Arkansas high school were reportedly punished with paddles this week after leaving school to participate in the national walkout to protest gun violence. [More]Just no.
If the state chose to challenge the ordnance, Los Alamitos would surely lose. There would be chaos if local governments around the state chose which state laws to obey and which not to. [More]Yes-- that's a power "progressives" who intentionally lie when they say they will support and defend the supreme Law of the Land reserve for themselves.
Two students at Lacey Township High School were placed on 5 days of suspension, plus Saturday suspension, for posting pictures on social media of firearms with the caption of "fun day at the range,” according to NJ101.5. Apparently sharing a photo from a shooting range on social media disrupted the "school climate," one of the students facing punishment said. Not only are they after the Second Amendment, they are also after the First Amendment. [More]Well yeah. We can't have any "pro-gun" teens left. That's not only a threat to the approved narrative, but the whole point of ideological cleansing is to eradicate badthink. And badthinkers.
Expand Your Mind, Extend Your Range Learning about shooting disciplines should always be an ongoing experience. Even those of us with hundreds or thousands of hours of training time can find value in absorbing the shared expertise of others. One book that I have encountered that covers precision rifle techniques is Anthony Cirincione II’s Long Range Precision Rifle; Expanded Edition. […]
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I read a lot of RKBA news. Seriously: A lot. (And that matters, as you’ll see.)
One theme that started popping up last week is the idea that RKBA advocates are somehow losing the culture war.
If you read the national news (or watch television, or get your news from mainstream web sites), that’s an easy conclusion to reach. So long as you don’t look too closely.
As I said, I read a lot of news. I must, to put together the weekly TZP news summary. Besides my casual browsing, I use several pre-built news searches on a variety of terms. The terms were selected to produce headlines from various points of view.
Probably 90% of the actual results reflect only one point of view; that RKBA is losing. You see it in “news” reports and Letters to the Editor (LtE) alike. You see it in polls and surveys.
And it’s BS.
Not to defend the NRA, but did you see the “news” story ...
Turns out that, years before he committed the school shooting, two school counselors and the school security guard (yes, that one) recommended that the shooter be committed, based on his cutting himself, telling another classmate to get a gun and use it on people, drinking gasoline, etc.. But no one acted on it.
What is telling to me is that they all "recommended" this. Nobody did anything, all passed the buck (I suspect to the principal, who probably had nowhere to pass the buck and so they settled for ignoring it). If a kid had nibbled a cookie into the shape of a gun, they probably would have imposed discipline, because the kid was harmless and so it was safe to beat up on them. But with a person who was really a problem, it was best to ignore it or pass the buck. Which in a way is a metaphor for modern gun (and crime) control.
UPDATE: Speaking of which, a New Jersey school suspend...
From Fatale Abstraction comes a post everyone should read. The topic is the idea that young people have been trained to be so passive that they will not resist even when their lives are at stake. By the end of it I could hear John Williams playing in the background.
Here's a quote:
My mind keeps going back to the eternal question about the Jews and the Nazi death camps: “Why did no one resist? Why did no one fight?” The answers to these questions would probably be as baffling and heartbreaking as anything else about the story itself. In his superb book Ordinary Men, Christopher R. Browning tells of how during the Nazi terror in Poland, 8,000 Jews were loaded onto a train that was overseen by only 20 guards. Can you imagine this? That crowd of humans--even if only a quarter of them were of ...
Brave victims today expose a Telford grandfather as the evil paedophile who sold children for sex in a house of horrors.
Police were tipped off about Shahzad “Keith” Khan as far back as 1996 but he was allowed to run his “Rape House” for years.
He regularly picked up one sex slave outside a local police station.
I'm not going to excerpt any more from this, just go read it.
And reflect that of all the people who turned a blind eye to this shit, not one of them will pay any penalty.
School counselors and a deputy wanted him institutionalized under Florida’s Baker Act, which would have made him a prohibited person, but that never happened either.BREAKING: Deputy and counselors recommended institutionalizing Nikolas Cruz long before deadly massacre at Florida school.— The Associated Press (@AP) March 18, 2018
Left here without comment.
Faced with a generation of defeat in the gun debate, the Left is increasingly turning to one of its favorite weapons in the culture war, stigma. It’s mobilizing its tribe — including progressive corporations, Hollywood, and the mainstream media — to not just make policy arguments but also to shame and insult Americans who disagree. The goal is to make gun ownership culturally toxic.
But shame is weaker than love. Gun owners who’ve experienced a threat possess or carry a weapon because they love their families. Teachers who wish to carry a weapon at school do so because they love the kids under their care. These folks know that their responsible gun ownership makes their communities and families safer.
Why does the Left keep losing the gun debate? Because it’s hard to persuade any man or woman to surrender an unalienable right — especially when exercising that right helps preserve the most vital right of all, the right to live.
March 5, 2018
Why the Left Won’t Win the Gun-Control Debate
[It’s hard to win a...
“Mo Ghile Mear” (My Gallant Darling) is an Irish song, composed by Seán Clárach Mac Domhnaill (1691–1754) as a lament by the Gaelic goddess Éire for Bonnie Prince Charlie.
Seal da rabhas im’ mhaighdean shéimh,
‘S anois im’ bhaintreach chaite thréith,
Mo chéile ag treabhadh na dtonn go tréan
De bharr n...
[M]illenials have been turning to a painful new procedure in jewelry.
Diamond engagement rings are now not just for wearing around a finger, but the diamonds are being embedded IN the ring finger as a new piercing trend is underway, WCBS reported.
A New York City tattoo and body piercing shop owner said he has noticed an increase in customers asking for the procedure.
“We notice lately a lot of people coming looking for that,” Sam Abbas, owner of Ink Studio in the West Village, told WC...
You are walking home from the grocery store and carrying several bags of food. Two men are walking behind you and yell out to you: “Hey Johnny!” You turn and tell them your name isn’t “Johnny” and that they have mistaken you for someone else. They apologize and you continue walking home.
Within seconds, you are hit from behind and knocked to the ground. Your attacker stabs you in the armpit before you even know what’s going on.
What do you do?
Read the short link below to get some more information about the scenario:
During World War Two, the British spent several years developing a silenced version of the Sten gun for special operations commandos and for dropping to mainland European resistance units. This is a recreation of one of the experimental types, based on a MkII Sten with the receiver lengthened into an integral suppressor. So – how does it shoot?
CCI Ammunition is pleased to announce an addition to its popular Mini-Mag rimfire product line. New Mini-Mag Segmented Hollow Point combines all of what made the original a favorite with a bullet engineered to split into three equal-size parts on impact, creating three distinct wound channels that quickly take down small game and varmints. Shipments […]
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In this episode of TFBTV, James discusses (and busts) four of the most popular AK-47 myths with the help of Mishaco and Karl from InRange TV. Is the AK as 10+ MOA inaccurate as people say? Is it as reliable as legend tells us? Are they cheap to make? And what’s the deal with shooting […]
The post Busting the WORST AK-47 Myths! (Featuring InRange TV and Mishaco) appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Double D Armory introduces “Victory™”, a Free Float, Modern Sporting Rifle, MLOK handguard. The current, overcrowded marketplace for AR free-floated hand-guards is filled with two basic choices, inexpensive and poorly manufactured products or expensive over-engineered product. There are very few choices for consumers that desire a value priced, well-built and functional handguard. The Victory™ from […]
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I’m not going to lie, I feel pretty amazing when we’re trekking through the desert or alongside mountains where “normal” cars can’t go. There are certain places that you simply cannot go unless you have an off-road vehicle such as a Jeep.
Rogue Preparedness is sponsored by Extreme Terrain
It’s not all smooth saili...
We are delighted to welcome Emily Valentine to our “Featured Bloggers” list at Women’s Outdoor News. Our friend, Julie Golob, is a huge fan of Emily’s blog, “Style Me Tactical.” We’re sure you’ll see why and look forward to featuring a few of her blog posts this year, so that those of you who don’t know her may avail yourselves of her helpful and hip advice. ~BB
I’m pretty certain that most of you that have followed SMT for a while know that I’m pretty obsessed with my jeans. The only times you’ll find me in leggings are when I’m working out or lounging. Wait, there is an exception, I do wear leather leggings on occasion for date night. Anyways, I’m talking athletic style leggings – I wear them for what they are made for…working out. You won’t find me running errands on the weekend in athleisure wear. However, all that may have just changed for me with these leggings. I was so stoked when my Alexo Athletica order arrived in December; I ordered the sign...
For hikers, a backpack is everything. It carries your gear; it doubles as a pillow, and it is a reflection of all the places you’ve been and dirt you’ve sat in. Just as your backpack represents everything you love about the outdoors, it can also be your biggest burden.
Choosing the wrong backpack, packing it the wrong way, and even loading it wrong can all make your hike hard but the life of your favorite hobby that much shorter. It’s the difference between taking in a glorious view and enjoying that view with a twinge in your neck and a sore spot on your lower back.
Packing a backpack is both art and science. We’re going to share precisely how to do it with you here by showing you the importance of:
The best part about Tactical Conference 2018 was that it was three days of being more or less entirely unplugged.
We were leaving the hotel at 6:30 so as to arrive at the range before 7:00, in time to get signed up for some of the more in-demand classes. Lunch was on-site and we didn't head back to the hotel until after five, and then all three nights I had dinner with friends and colleagues (some of whom I hadn't seen face-to-face since last year) until late.
While I did my usual motel room habit of letting the TV drone softly with cable news while I slept, I didn't pay it a ton of attention. I'm also now three days behind on work and email, but it was worth it.
My batteries are pretty charged, and I added at least one more class to my training roster for the year (Gabe White in Missouri in June). Plus I have more stuff to write about. I may even try the novel tactic of pitching it to editors instead of waiting for them to come to me.
and nobody knows anything except 'Someone is setting bombs'.
From a member of the DC council:
“Man, it just started snowing out of nowhere this morning, man. Y’all better pay attention to this climate control, man, this climate manipulation,” he says. “And D.C. keep talking about, ‘We a resilient city.’ And that’s a model based off the Rothschilds controlling the climate to create natural disasters they can pay for to own the cities, man. Be careful.”
'It's the JOOOOS!' Bloody hell.
Few hours after this hit the news, here's the apology:
...I did not intend to be anti-Semitic, and I see I should not have said that after learning from my colleagues.”
White said his “friends” at Jews United for Justice, a...
There is little doubt that the doctors and the industry put blinders on in order to make money. The War on (Some) Drug™ was making supply a very good business to be in. 5 NYC doctors charged with taking kickbacks for fentanyl prescriptions – CBS News
You could file this under “Doctors Behaving Badly.”
Five New York City doctors were arrested Friday on charges that they accepted bribes and kickbacks from an Arizona-based pharmaceutical company to prescribe large volumes of a highly addictive painkiller. Prosecutors say the doctors, four men and a woman, collected tens of thousands of dollars working for the company’s “Speakers Bureau” over a four-year stretch beginning in August 2012. The company, Insys Therapeutics Inc., hasn’t commented.
This comes after a 2016 indictment of some of the executives of that company on federal charges (in Boston) relating to fentanyl. Fentanyl is synthetic h...
No failures (but I still haven't cleaned it... after I am done with the Winchester I will... Filthy.)
Oh my. There are two types of ways of me going fast. "Make trigger go NOW" which is how I usually shot for years and years. And that get's the flinchies And "Whatever, you've been here before, you know how to pull the trigger right, do it without thought." And that compressed surprise-break happens
They look the same, but the second is marginally faster and much more accurate.
And I am starting to understand how this works. And that is exciting.
Sam saw this and reinforced it in Sim Training the next session. Oh my. I think we are talking an epiphany here. Which is nice. I like getting better. First the bad:
After the Parkland School shooting, there has been a cry of raising the age of gun ownership to 21. This was due to the fact that the shooter, Nicholas Cruz, was 19 years old and able to own and purchase rifles a...
And was it from death? 3/18/18 Washington Post:
A D.C. lawmaker responded to a brief snowfall Friday by publishing a video in which he espoused a conspiracy theory that Jewish financiers control the weather.
D.C. Council member Trayon White Sr. (D-Ward 8) posted the video to his official Facebook page at 7:21 a.m. as snow flurries were hitting the nation’s capital. The video, shot through the windshield of a car driving west on Interstate 695 through downtown Washington, shows snowy skies while White narrates.
“Man, it just started snowing out of nowhere this morning, man. Y’all better pay attention to this climate control, man, this climate manipulation,” he says. “And D.C. keep talking about, ‘We a resilient city.’ And that’s a model based off the Rothschilds controlling the climate to create natural disasters they can pay for to own the cities, man....
Students across the nation walked out of school Wednesday in honor of the victims of the Parkland shooting last month, including a group of New London kindergarteners.
"We love school! We love school," children in New London are chanting in a video posted on Facebook.
While people involved in the walkout involving a group of 5-year-olds at Harbor Elementary School said the demonstration was about school safety, student safety and parent permission have been called into question.
"It was discussed, it was a safety march and we took them out and they chanted 'we love school' and 'honk your horn.' And we told them that the 17 angels are above in heaven, they’re watching down and they’re proud," one parent, Olga Vokolou, said.
Specifically, DOT did not document key decisions to (a) accept and review applications received after the published deadline; (b) advance projects with lower technical ratings instead of more highly-rated projects, and its procedures were inconsistent with DOT’s internal guidelines; and (c) change the technical ratings of lower-rated projects selected for funding to the highest technical rating category.Could not have played a part, right?
MIAMI — On the day an 11th grader named Nikolas Cruz told another student that he had a gun at home and was thinking of using it, two guidance counselors and a sheriff’s deputy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., concluded that he should be forcibly committed for psychiatric evaluation, according to mental health records obtained on Sunday by The New York Times.
An involuntary commitment of that kind, under the authority of a Florida state law known as the Baker Act, could have kept Mr. Cruz from passing a background check required to buy a firearm.
But Mr. Cruz appears never to have been institutionalized despite making threats to himself and others, cutting his arms with a pencil sharpener and claiming he had drunk gasoline in a possible attempt to kill himself, all in a five-day period in September 2016.
The revelation that school officials considered trying to commit Mr. Cruz under the Baker Act in 2016 appeared to be another in a string of missed opportunities...
So... Camille and Victoria had a spot of trouble.
And now they've got some of the consequences starting....
Shaquille O'Neal is a longtime friend of the police. He's running for sheriff in Georgia in 2020, he was named an honorary officer after completing an unofficial police academy program in 2016 and he's remained outspoken on police rights. With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that Shaq's ...
Twelve years ago I cited James Blish’s “There Shall Be No Darkness” as the best werewolf short fiction bar none, but unlike the quite unrelated Lovecraftian tale “Than Curse The Darkness,” I couldn’t find TSBND online to post or excerpt here.
Now that’s changed. Full text at the link; the story begins at page 6. I’ve excerpted the first third of the novella in images below the fold, as well, to whet your appetite.
I love everything about this story: the drawing-room mystery in the donjon-like Scottish manor house, melting the Mexican silver into slugs in a kitchen crucible, the “American T-47” automatic rifles, obviously M-16 analogues (cir...
I am sure that you know that slang expression "hooker" is commonly believed to be derived from the name of Civil War General Joseph Hooker, who has a statue outside the Boston legislature. The entrance door near it is called, for no apparent reason, the General Hooker Entrance. 3/15/18 CBS Boston:
BOSTON (CBS) – A Massachusetts lawmaker wants the “General Hooker Entrance” sign removed from the State House because she calls it a double entendre “misrepresented as respect for a long-dead general.”
Michelle DuBois – a state representative from Brockton, West Bridgewater, and East Bridgewater – tweeted a picture of the sign on Wednesday, saying “#MeToo it’s not all about rape & harassment but also women’s dignity.”So she thinks, what? The statue was put up to justify the double entendre entrance name? I think her parents named her Michelle because they knew America's first black First Lady would be named Michelle.
A rumor also...
A recurring question that we are asked, not only by gun control advocates, but even by a number of gun owners is, "What's wrong with mandatory gun registration?" Usually by the time we finish telling them about the Supreme Court decision U.S. v. Haynes (1968), they are laughing -- and they understand our objection to registration.
Registration?? Fat chance, and slim chance ... your choice, Legislators!
There is an emerging legislative requirement for Firearms Owners to join a list of nasty people who own guns. This is presented as a public health issue ... what if your gun is stolen?
According to this MANDATORY law, you should have previously identified a stolen gun (which may have subsequently been used in a crime, and you should have already reported it even if you were not aware of your loss) as "Not Now Yours").
(Some states MANDATE that you must report a "stolen gun" ... I'm not sure how that works out; if someone steals your gun and uses it to commit a crime, are you...
Yeah I know...we've been celebrating it for a week and a half already...but yesterday we got serious with the Irish Channel parade on Magazine Street. Naturally, your roving reporter was there.
Just a reminder of what I’m about nowadays; the sentiment’s still quite the same as when I quoted this Irish fellow.
As he seems to have taken his own advice and is off doing better things with his life than blogging, I’ll take the liberty to paste the entirety for reference as this thing accelerates.
You Fucking People Make Me Sick
So it be a damp enough day in de local boozer with the telly on and nigh on every cunt is that little bit langers. It’s a family gathering of sorts. Just a couple of pints and whatnot. So yeah, everybody is chatting away about this and that and ruggers and then, quick as a flash, the Cyprus thing comes up on the news. First I’ve heard of it. So I put my whiskey down. I edge towards the box and listen in to get the jist of what is going on. Turns out there is a fucking “tax” on deposits. I’m shocked, clearly. Clearly, these German cunts aint all...
A professor of structural engineering takes a look at the bridge collapse in Miami. FIU Bridge Collapse: Why Müller-Breslau Matters.
The mavens of engineering, who have been screaming for more social justice and less rigor in engineering have been strangely silent this week. And the media is run by a bunch of people who had trouble with high-school algebra, so they are not much help. It was nice to see an article by someone who takes the rigor seriously.
Dr Oliver McGee is a Professor and former Chair (2016-17) of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas Tech University.
Like everything else in this world, bridges are bound by fundamental rules of science and engineering — things like transverse shear stresses, transverse bending moment stresses, bridge deadweight to live-load ratios and, not the least, simple gravity of Sir Issac Newton
The bridge in Miami collapsed for a reason. It was either not designed properly, or it was not constructed properly. (Bridges that are not maintained properly will also collapse – as t...
Thought I would write all about them, wanted to include a video .. then decided you could better fisk them for yourself. An offshoot of The Beatles, not-just-good-but-GREAT music.
Want a teaser? You probably remember them, but never hooked the name with the music.
It starts out with Tom Petty!
So here's a starter number to make you track them as I did, once I got started:
(Didn't want to jam your space with huge videos ... but you DO know who are the members of the band? It includes The Beatles, and gets better!)
Oh ,.. and "The Wanderer"? It don't get no better than that!
HInt: Roy Orbison, The Beatles?
Never mind, nobody ever heard of them, they can't be that good ....
and if that's not geeie enough for you, see here!
Some blogger I am. I neglected to take a picture of the lovely pork and potatoes breakfast I roasted early this morning in celebration of the really crappy weather.
Forewarned, I took the precaution of pulling out one of the 1-pound billets of frozen pork roast Landlady brought up week before last and let it thaw overnight. That had the double advantage of warming the cabin without having to deal with the woodstove, and of being roast pork.
Meanwhile just to spoil the aroma I’m testing the gaskets on some fancy tire valves Big Brother sent me some time ago.
Public School Teachers must be more racist than David Duke.
The only thing stopping them from killing all their black students is a law saying they can't have a gun on school grounds. Or something.
So, High Schools are hate factories. We learned a few years back that state Universities are rape factories... What's next? Are they churning out meth in Elementary school? Got the Kindergartners working in mill?
Brett Stevens notes that the birthrate of Europeans (and that of the more elite sectors of the American population) has fallen below replacement and he blames Modernity itself.
Modernity is killing us. As Plato intuited, the problem with bad sy...
Gosh, I dunno about you, but I’m tired of seeing the same three articles written “for women” that we see over and over again in the firearms press. One of my friends, a well known writer who I’ll leave anonymous here because reasons, gripes that she has repeatedly been asked to write that article — you know, the one about best concealed carry guns “for women”, as if these mechanical objects magically function differently for us than they do for anyone else. Every female writer in the business has gotten the same request from her editors, believe me. And it’s annoying.
Same thing with holsters, really.
You want to know the best holster “for women”? I’ll tell you. It’s whatever fits your firearm and your budget that meets the following three criteria:
These are the non-negotiable, bare minimum things a holster must do. A holster or carry product that does not do these things is not a good holster, no m...
At the end of 1993, there were 623 websites.
At the end of 1994, it was over 10,000 websites.
In 2016, it was 4.5 billion websites.
Here's the very first one. http://info.cern.ch . It was recovered and put back on line as a history project. Here's the About page, http://first-website.web.cern.ch/ . From there, there's a blog and a lot of tech details about their objectives.
All of that so I could share a quote from this post from their blog. It speaks to the heart of computing as I have known it as a technician since the 1980s.
There's plenty more stuff on that NeXT, only I've forgotten the password..."
--Paul Jones, University of North Carolina
By Nathan Barton
A Baker’s Dozen Actions to Prevent, Mitigate, and Prevent Armed Attacks on Schools in The Fifty States
There are constant screams about “banning guns” and raising the age, increasing screening of gun-buyers, and many other measures to “prevent” armed attacks (or at least attacks using guns) in schools. Most of us (and anyone able to reason moderately well without excessive emotion) knows that these will not work. These “solutions” have risen to a crescendo since the Valentine’s Day killing spree in Florida, punctuated by the March 14th nationwide children’s crusade.
However, there are some things which could reduce the threat of armed attacks on and murder in the public schools. Some of these have been discussed and even proposed on a limited basis, others apparently not even touched on:
1. Eliminate the federal “gun-free zone” established in and around schools. These zones create hunting preserves. The rate of such attacks has increased co...
Because people don’t have a choice, why should they do anything differently? Million patients a year needlessly enduring major surgery as NHS hospitals are not adopting modern practices, research finds
A million patients a year could be needlessly enduring major surgery because NHS hospitals are not adopting modern practices, research has found.
Up to three quarters of patients who could have keyhole procedures are forced to undergo open surgery, putting them at higher risk of blood loss, pain and infection.
The adoption of new methods would seem to be a result of competition. Because without an outside force, or without patients who have the ability to choose, doctors and hospitals will keep doing things the traditional ways. An then there are the bureaucrats who need to approve the purchase of new equipment for the new procedures. Even when it is clear that the new ways of doing things (keyhole surgery) are a huge benefit to the patients.
But experts raised concerns hospitals were failing t...
Spring is almost here, and its arrival is greeted with a mini-blizzard in the UK. Snow hits Britain: Flights cancelled as ‘mini Beast from the East’ sweeps in. I blame global warming. (Or is it climate change?)
I know I shouldn’t laugh at other people’s misery, this isn’t a real snow storm. (I grew up in Chicagoland – greater Chicago for those of you not from Illinois. Things didn’t stop or even slow down much unless there was close to a foot of snow.) Britain is woefully unequipped to handle snow. If you click through, the image they show indicates about one half inch. And it appears the temperature is high enough to let the snow melt off the roads. (Since I don’t think they are using salt or brine, that puts the temperature at about 28 degrees Fahrenheit or better.)
“Bitterly cold is the best way to describe it – temperatures on the face of it probably just around freezing, but with wind it’s going to feel well below freezing.”
And here I a...
So the UK is apparently pissed off at Russia, and now Russia returns the favor. Russia expels 23 British diplomats as crisis over nerve toxin attack deepens , Europe News & Top Stories – The Straits Times
MOSCOW (REUTERS) – Russia expelled 23 British diplomats on Saturday (March 17) in a carefully calibrated retaliatory move against London, which has accused the Kremlin of orchestrating a nerve toxin attack on a former Russian double agent and his daughter in southern England.
The Russian agent, his daughter are very ill, and policeman who went to their aid is also ill, in “serious but stable” condition.
This scenario is harrowing, and I already see some evidence of it. My mother’s side of my family and some friends on social media have gone commented and shared a lot on social media that aims to socially shame me and other gun people out of shooting and our opinions on the matter. It does not come close to rising to this level, but I see things headed in that direction.
One of the weaponized social networks I’m currently covering is a loosely connected network built on a newly emergent consensus morality (#metoo, etc.). A consensus that it uses to successfully wield social, and increasingly, political power.
This moral network recently expanded with the addition of the #neveragain movement, after the Parkland shootings. In the past, a movement like #neveragain would be focused on gun control through changes in government legislation. Now that it’s part of this weaponized moral network, that focus is going to change.
Why are we even giving her the time of day…@DLoesch is a female version of Hitler.. who knew in one Presidency term we’d have a male and female modern day HITLER
Sunny BoycottNRA @srfuzy
Tweeted on March 16th, 2018 and deleted by the morning of March 17th.
[You have to wonder… is it profound ignorance that enabled Sunny to concluded that HITLER is a generic insult like “pond scum” or “jerk”? Or do they live in some sort of delusional reality where Hitler didn’t confiscate fir...
The midterm elections usually go against the party in the Whitehouse. And the gun banners are in it to win it this next cycle, too. So, if trends hold out, Dems will win big in the House, at least, and the gun banners will spin this to "See? Siding with us on gun control now wins elections for you! This is 1994, but turned upside down. We are on the right side of history, now, and you better get with us."
So it might be kind of important to counter that now, NRA, hint hint. Maybe highlight how the failures of Democrats resulted in the massacre.
Oh, I need to donate more to them. Maybe the Second Amendment Foundation, too.
Gory, gory what a helluva way to die,
Gory, gory what a helluva way to diel
Gory, gory what a helluva way to die,
He ain’t gonna jump no more
There was blood upon the risers,
there was brains upon his chute
Intestines were a-dangling
from his paratrooper suit
They poured him from his helmet,
and they poured him form his boots
And he ain’t gonna jump no more.
Gory, gory what a helluva way to die,
Gory, gory what a helluva way to die,
Gory, gory what a helluva way to die,
He ain’t gonna jump no more.
Now the letter they sent home,
to his wife and baby son.
Madam we regret to say,
your troopers life is done.
But hold your head up high,
his name is written in the sky!
He ain’t gonna jump no more!
Gory, gory what a helluva way to die,
Gory, gory what a helluva way to die,
Gory, gory what a helluva way to die,
He ain’t gonna jump no m...
Leupold, VX-3i LRP Rifle Scope, 4.5-14X50MM, 30MM Tube, Side Focus, Front Focal Plane, CCH Recticle, Throw Lever, Matte Finish
Written by Greg Ellifritz
Today marks the completion of six full years of blogging about self defense, firearms, and personal safety topics. I started this website on March 18, 2012 and have posted nearly 1300 total articles since then.
Over the course of the last six years, the website has seen almost 20 million total page views by over 3.1 million unique visitors from all over the world. In fact, I have logged visitors from every country on the planet!
Thanks to all of my readers for supporting my work over the years. If you have any suggestions for article topics or ways I can make my writing more useful to you, please contact me.
As always, you will never see any annoying pop up adds or requests for information on my site. If you would like to financially support my continued writing, you can always buy me a beer by clicking “donate” in the column to the right of this post or purchase anything ...
Charles Lancaster started his unmaking business in London in 1826, and it would survive more than one hundred years, being run after Charles’ death by his sons and then by an apprentice who bought out the firm in 1878. The company had an excellent reputation for quality, and did some pioneering work on developing the modern breechloading shotgun, as well as interesting technological developments like Lancaster’s oval-bore rifling. One of their most notable products was a series of 2-barrel and 4-barrel handguns, and they expanded the mechanism from those into a small number of 4-barrel shotguns (and an even smaller number of 4-barrel rifles).
This particular four-barrel shotgun is in 20 gauge, and exhibits a unique trigger mechanism derived from the pistols. It has two triggers, with the bottom one acting as a cocking lever and the top as a firing trigger. This allows the shooter to either cock the gun and then make a careful shot with the l...
Yes, some of them do. I hope he sues Yale for a large part of their endowment, and the prosecutors are PC-brained idiots who should lose their jobs.
Lots of members aren't as happy about being associated with a racist asshole as the leadership is. And get this:
Mallory, Perez and Sarsour are backed by Women’s March board member and fashion designer Bob Bland, who tweeted in defense of Mallory that “being held directly accountable for the words of any man is misogynistic.”
Yeah. Because holding someone to account for SUPPORTING said words is woman-hating. Because... reasons. Farging assholes.
Amazon caught deleting reviews of works by conservative/libertarian authors. Response to questions is basically "Screw you."
There is a new trend of virtue signaling among anti-gun crowds. They are calling it #oneless. One less what? One less gun of course. These folks ...
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com March 17, 2018 Last updated on 3/17/18. DefenseReview (DR) recently got to see an extremely cool new (patented) plate carrier pack prototype designed and developed by a brand new tactical-gear startup company called Devcore at SHOT Show 2018, and it really blew us away. It’s called the ...
We're doing good, still alive after seven rounds. Belle went out in the 6th round, but feels good about it. Zach is seeded 5th in the youth, and I'm still in it, but I'm bleeding bad and dragging a leg.
Tomorrow is brackets. That should be a lot of fun.
But, trying to get a picture with my gal today, my buddy Delta Whiskey photo-bombs us.
Last year Federal Premium sent me some test loads of their newest addition of American Eagle Syntech 150 grain Action Pistol to chronograph. Before running them over my chrono, I shot a few rounds out of my M&P CORE. I was amazed, but sad. The loads felt incredibly soft and I knew there was just no […]
“Being a victim is not a choice, but becoming a survivor is.”- Kimberly Corban Toys, Tools, Guns & Rules, my book about gun safety for children has been featured in the media and I am so grateful! From traditional print, to Youtube videos, radio and podcasts, so many have helped me get the word out […]
March 15th is a significant day for the National Rifle Association Board of Directors. It marks the last day of 2018 to sign up as a voting member! Right now mainstream media and anti-gun politicians are wrongfully blaming American gun owners for atrocities and murder. From boycotts to billboards, the hate aimed at millions of […]
What do you see when you think of an open gun? Many picture a race gun, the type of fine tuned machine built for speed in practical shooting (IPSC and USPSA) or the Steel Challenge. In NRA Action Pistol, open division firearms are purpose-built too. Designed to shoot accurately, they have features that make shooting […]
Hey, I know that girl with the wheel gun! I am one of several competitive shooters on featured on the cover of the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) Front Sight Annual. From safety rules to scoring and the different divisions within practical shooting the Front Sight Annual serves as a virtual handout that provides […]
Over the past few months a number of people have reached out to me and have asked about the NRA Board of Directors and what they do. NRA Family has an informative piece about the background of the NRA BOD that discusses the history and how board members are elected. How much do you know about […]
How should a woman respond when a man knocks her to the ground and climbs on top of her? No charges for woman who killed man on side of Interstate 5 | The News Tribune
He was upset with the way she was riding her motorcycle. He boxed her in with his crossover SUV and confronted her on the side of the road.
Jones started a fight with the woman and at some point she head-butted him. Jones then slammed the woman’s head into a jersey barrier and took her to the ground.
As Jones tried to climb on top of her, she shot him in the chest with a handgun. He died at the scene.
She acted in self-defense, and so will not be charged, because self-defense is a human-right. Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0.
Who is buying all these guns—and why?
The short, broad-brush answer to the first part of that question is this: men, who on average possess almost twice the number of guns female owners do. But not all men. Some groups of men are much more avid gun consumers than others. The American citizen most likely to own a gun is a white male—but not just any white guy. According to a growing number of scientific studies, the kind of man who stockpiles weapons or applies for a concealed-carry license meets a very specific profile.
These are men who are anxious about their ability to protect their families, insecure about their place in the job market, and beset by racial fears. They tend to be less educated. For the most part, they don’t appear to be religious—...
Inside my nostril?
I am pushing 50 years old. Well beyond the life expectancy for the long majority of human history. For all the people that came before me, I am and OLD man to most all of them.
Why do I still get teenage pimples? I should be decades past that.
Inside the nostril just adds insult to injury.
When we can geo-locate every outdoor picture on the Internet?
It's getting hard to have a reasonable conspiracy theory these days; government is so far ahead of the tinfoil hat brigade that there's no catching up.
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