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We Like Shooting 054 – Pyromania

Guns Save Lives - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 21:30
The following summary written by Aaron Krieger of WeLikeShooting.com. The We Like Shooting show is a hilarious panel discussion about safety, guns, gear and gadgets and the issues that affect responsible shooters everywhere. This weeks guest is a describes himself as a gay liberal atheist Marine, a gun enthusiast with a large collection and some […]

We Like Shooting 053 – Say Bullpup Again…

Guns Save Lives - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 21:29
The following summary written by Aaron Krieger of WeLikeShooting.com. The We Like Shooting show is a hilarious panel discussion about safety, guns, gear and gadgets and the issues that affect responsible shooters everywhere. This weeks guest is a self is a YouTube sensation talking about the Lifestyles of the Locked and Loaded, Sir Hank Strange. […]

Pittsburgh Tuesday takes - Tribune-Review


Pittsburgh Tuesday takes
Tribune-Review
Despite being stabbed in the stomach, Mr. Resetar, 70, helped to subdue mass-stabbing suspect Alex Hribal. But on Friday, and without much real explanation, the seven-year veteran was fired by the district's private security adviser, Capital Asset ...

Categories: Non-gun violence

Reaction to student's fantasy dinosaur-shooting shows zero tolerance insanity

The War On Guns - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 18:52
This is nothing short of child abuse under color of authority. [More]I'm reminded of a line by one of The Keepers on Star Trek: "Wrong thinking is punishable. Right thinking will be as quickly rewarded."

Last Night, on Armed American Radio

The War On Guns - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 18:42
Live from the MN State Fair. AAR Regular Contributor and founder of the Second Amendment Foundation Alan Gottlieb, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, NY Times best selling author, founder Crime Prevention Research Center and Fox News Contributor John Lott, trainer Rob Pincus, author Michael Martin, regular contributors David Codrea, George “The Mad Ogre” Hill and special guest co-host Managing Editor of Concealed Carry Magazine Kevin Michalowski.

The Cool Part of Living in a Diverse Community

The War On Guns - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 18:38
I'm still waiting to hear it. [More]

What about the diversity of people who like bacon?

Prozis. Opposite Day.

These diseased people, like Mayor Frenchie, are a pathogen. We need a public health model.

We need a vaccine.

This right there tells me I'd never eat at Sneakers, just for being miserable cowards who don't have the guts to tell fanatics who aren't even customers to go to Jahannam.

Get Ready

The War On Guns - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 18:24
Excellent advice. [More]

Reaction to student's fantasy dinosaur-shooting shows zero tolerance insanity

Gun Rights Examiner - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 18:06
A 16-year-old student’s arrest had nothing to do with writing about shooting a neighbor’s pet dinosaur, Summerville, S.C. Police insist, but rather with the student’s negative reaction to being disciplined, searched...
Categories: Gun, gun law

Pennsylvania school guard 'hero' fired for being too old: lawyer - Yahoo News


Pennsylvania school guard 'hero' fired for being too old: lawyer
Yahoo News
(Reuters) - A 70-year-old security guard, wounded in April while helping subdue a student on a stabbing spree at Pennsylvania high school, was fired with no good reason just before the beginning of the new school year, his lawyer said on Monday.

Categories: Non-gun violence

'Hero' security guard who stopped Franklin Regional attack fired days before ... - WTAE Pittsburgh


'Hero' security guard who stopped Franklin Regional attack fired days before ...
WTAE Pittsburgh
FAMILY, BUT McNERNEY'S MOTHER SAYS SHE DOES NOT FEEL LIKE SHE CAN FORGIVE THEM. YOU'LL HEAR FROM HER TONIGHT AT 5:30. A MASS STABBING ATTACK FIVE MONTHS AGO, TODAY STUDENTS RETURN TO START A NEW ...

Categories: Non-gun violence

VIDEO: Colorado Inside Out

Dave Kopel's blog - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 16:55
August 22, 2014.

"All Clear"

The War On Guns - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 12:22
Isn't that what the Eloi said after the Morlocks had captured enough of them in the Sphinx, turned off the sirens and closed the big metal door? [More]

UPDATE: Look like it was Xanax, Warrior Princess...

The Way Things Are

The War On Guns - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 12:02
Click to enlargeI just sent the following reply to a reader who told me his comments weren't being posted on Examiner: 
I have written numerous trouble tickets to Examiner and they blame Disqus. I don't know if it is because people have put urls in their comments to trigger an auto-moderation or what, but I have seen obvious spam comments allowed through while timely, thoughtful and informative ones have been delayed until weeks after anyone is even bothering to revisit the story. I've also speculated it might be comments flagged by trolls and even blogged about it.

Between that and driving readers away with obnoxious pop-ups and autoplay videos, I lose subscribers almost as quickly as I gain them, plus take no small amount of heat for something I have no control over. 

I have no solution for you. I wish I had an economic option to post somewhere else, but I have not been successful in making that happen. 
I've talked before about the need to use the AdBlock Plus add-on to keep the intrusive ads from taking over, and believe it is everyone's responsibility to learn  how, do it and practice "safe surfing" instead of complaining to me about something within their control. Still, that makes sharing my links problematic for many.

I also have to put each article through a "Facebook Debugger" after it publishes, or else either the wrong thumbnail will appear or an "Uh-oh Examiner" message will post instead. That screen capture included in this post is hardly unique.

Then I get the people who complain that gun magazines suck because all they do is whore for manufacturers, so my stuff there is off-limits for them, and others who have chewed me out for doing stuff over at The Shooter's Log because that makes me a sell-out to Cheaper Than Dirt, and I can't wait to see how the fallout over JPFO will make me persona non grata to some. And it's not like NRA or its loyalists want anything to do with the views I often express.

It is what it is. I'm doing what I can.  If it isn't enough, I'll have to make a decision about what other options are open to me.

A man's gotta eat.  I've figured out how to do that before, and will again.

And no, I don't expect anybody to do anything about this. It's mine to figure out.

AAR 8-24-2014 Hour 3

Armed American Radio - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 11:45

Live from the MN State Fair. AAR Regular Contributor and founder of the Second Amendment Foundation Alan Gottlieb, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, NY Times best selling author, founder Crime Prevention Research Center and Fox News Contributor John Lott, trainer Rob Pincus, author Michael Martin, regular contributors David Codrea, George “The Mad Ogre” Hill and special guest co-host Managing Editor of Concealed Carry Magazine Kevin Michalowski.

Categories: Gun, gun law

AAR 8-24-2014 Hour 2

Armed American Radio - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 11:44

Live from the MN State Fair. AAR Regular Contributor and founder of the Second Amendment Foundation Alan Gottlieb, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, NY Times best selling author, founder Crime Prevention Research Center and Fox News Contributor John Lott, trainer Rob Pincus, author Michael Martin, regular contributors David Codrea, George “The Mad Ogre” Hill and special guest co-host Managing Editor of Concealed Carry Magazine Kevin Michalowski.

Categories: Gun, gun law

AAR 8-24-2014 Hour 1

Armed American Radio - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 11:44

Live from the MN State Fair. AAR Regular Contributor and founder of the Second Amendment Foundation Alan Gottlieb, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, NY Times best selling author, founder Crime Prevention Research Center and Fox News Contributor John Lott, trainer Rob Pincus, author Michael Martin, regular contributors David Codrea, George “The Mad Ogre” Hill and special guest co-host Managing Editor of Concealed Carry Magazine Kevin Michalowski.

Categories: Gun, gun law

We're the Only Ones Dated Enough

The War On Guns - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 11:14
Court documents show that Fairfield Police Officers Stephen Ruiz and Jacob Glashoff used company time and equipment to search for women on internet dating sites. The documents also show that two used the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System – a statewide police database – to screen the women they liked. [More]If the women weren't doing anything wrong, what have they got to hide?

Oh... that's not the issue...? 

Because we're all being screened in the interests of somebody... 


Correlation?

The War On Guns - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 11:10
I dunno. Seems a bit early to be drawing conclusions, before significant real-world examples have been set. [More]

The Finest Election Money Can Buy

The War On Guns - Mon, 08/25/2014 - 10:49
Who needs grassroots when you have super-wealthy "progressives" laying down AstroTurf by the hectare? [More]

He does it all over, because he knows best.

Don't worry about it. You're not sophisticated enough to understand.
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