Check out The Liz Library

Penny asked me to post something about The Liz Library. It is a stunning web site, full of information. CAUTION: You may spend a lot of time browsing this site if you visit.

It bills itself as "THE LIZ LIBRARY | Women's law and research | women's history, family law, politics, children's issues, education, religion, and psychology."

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and specifically check out this quote:

Who is responsible for making the decision?

That is, once you make a decision, right or wrong, who is responsible for the consequences of that decision? You are, of course. You can get all the advice you want, listen to it or not, but ultimately, it is your choice and you live or die with the results of your decision. John Longenecker says:

Lies, damn lies, and VPC statistics

This report is so important that we are repeating at in entirety. To see the original, visit

<a href="/node/22">Click this</a> to read it here.

David Codrea's blog

<a class="zem_slink" href="" title="American Type Founders" rel="wikipedia">ATF</a> to <a class="zem_slink" href=",-110.0&amp;spn=1.0,1.0&amp;q=47.0,-1... title="Montana" rel="geolocation">Montana</a>: 'You will respect our authoritah!'

Senate Rejects Full Faith and Credit

The U. S. Constitution states that "Full Faith and Credit shall be given in each State to the public Acts, Records, and judicial Proceedings of every other State." (Article IV, Section I, <a href="">full text here</a>) This is one reason that your vehicle license plate and drivers license is accepted in all 50 states, no matter which state it was issued. However, a license to carry a concealed firearm is not treated the same way.

You can change the course of history

Being a relatively new supporter of the civil right of self-defense sometimes affords an outsider's perspective. One disheartening realization was that certain gun owners purportedly support our rights, but their actions do not.

Podcast from AAR

Armed American Radio has a <a class="zem_slink" href="" title="Website" rel="wikipedia">web site</a> that we encourage you to visit. I have put a link at the bottom of this posting. Here is how they describe themselves:

FFL Newsletters section

We have added a section with all the FFL Newsletters from the BATFE.

Click <a href="/node/11">here</a> for more information.

Testifying in Concord

New Hampshire House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee January 29, 2009 HB160 "Extending the castle doctrine"

Penny speaks at UNH

While addressing a Q&A session at UNH, Penny is asked a question about getting stopped by the police for no apparent reason.


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