Monthly Archives: October 2015

Stealth Existence?

“Speak softly, and carry a big stick.” – Theodore Roosevelt

 
Friend and colleague John Boch was recently involved in a minor interaction with an unstable stranger in a gas station parking lot, which was sparked off by the presence of a pro-gun bumper sticker on John’s car.

When it comes to gun ownership, John and I live […]

By |October 24th, 2015|Attitude, Firearms, Instructor Notes, Training|0 Comments

Lessons From Israel, Part II

Rule 1: All Guns Are Always Loaded – Col. Jeff Cooper

In recent weeks the Hamas has launched over 25 “lone wolf” knife attacks on the population of Israel, producing about a dozen Israeli deaths and double that in casualties. Most strikes seem to occur in a random manner, the victims simply at the wrong place […]

By |October 22nd, 2015|Attitude, In the News, Instructor Notes, Training|0 Comments

Recent Lessons From Israel

“The Hamas organization is explicitly dedicated to the destruction of Israel. That is not a rhetorical gimmick; it is its declared unwavering primary goal.” – James Howard Kunstler

 

Yesterday Hamas declared “a day of rage” in Israel, engaging in coordinated attacks on the civilian population. One occurred on a public bus, where two attackers stabbed and […]

By |October 14th, 2015|Attitude, In the News, Instructor Notes, Medical|0 Comments

Genocide

“Then they started killing, hacking with their machetes. They kept doing it, and I was hiding under dead people. They didn’t kill me. Because of the blood covering me, they thought they had killed me. I hid in a small room. That’s where I stayed and slept for 43 days.” – Valentina Iribagiza, Survivor of […]