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Monday Trifecta

 
“By Allah, I am willing to kill a billion infidels”  – Abdul Razak Ali Artan
 

Monday, 9:58am, a Somali refugee named Abdul Razak Ali Artan ran his car into students on the campus of Ohio State University. He immediately exited the vehicle and went to work stabbing at students with a butcher knife.

Officer Alan Horujko, of […]

By |December 1st, 2016|Attitude, In the News, Instructor Notes|0 Comments

Leftist Meltdown With a Side of Millennial Tantrum

So, how ‘bout that election, folks?

I’ve been clear about my trepidation towards the President elect, and I’m sure my concerns are well-founded. Time will tell. But, for years I’ve also been warning anyone who will listen that the tactics the political left use are going to eventually cause a national meltdown – historically, they always […]

By |November 13th, 2016|In the News, Instructor Notes, Politics|0 Comments

Election 2016 – The Monkey Wrench

“The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, and intolerable…”  H. L. Mencken
 

I’ve done my best to keep politics out […]

Worst-Case Scenario – Election 2016

The only way you can have too much ammo is if your drowning or on fire. – Instructor extraordinaire, Police Chief Jeff Chudwin (Ret.)

Consider, if you will, on November 8th Hillary Clinton is elected president, Republicans lose the House and Senate, and during the next 4 years, 3 to 4 anti-gun SCOTUS Justices are appointed […]

Big Swamp Village

We’re surrounded. That simplifies our problem…” – Lt. Gen. Chesty Puller, USMC

From 221 to 206BC the Qin, pronounced “Chin”, Dynasty ruled China, and represented the first unified central government in Chinese history. As absolute monarchies do, the Qin built power and influence by wielding military might and merciless rule. The only “fairness” they could be […]

By |September 16th, 2016|Attitude, History, Instructor Notes, Liberty|0 Comments

Chicago, Gangs, and Guns – Part II

In Part 1 I ran down the basics of IL Chicago gun laws and stated that they have nothing to do with the record number of shootings the city has seen this year. Here in Part II I’ll explain why I came to that conclusion, as well as attempt to shed some light on the […]

Chicago, Gangs, and Guns Part I

“I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.” – Friedrich Nietzsche

 
Rarely a day goes by that some form of the statement “Chicago has the strictest gun laws” is repeated on social media and on gun forums. Even the NRA and GOA representatives continually parrot that […]

Stock up!

“Change is the only constant in life.” – Heraclitus

During a conversation today with a rep from a MAJOR US gun manufacturer we were informed that they are planning to increase manufacturing output 300% over the next 6-weeks. Sounds like they’re expecting a mad rush! The days are ticking down towards the November election, and the […]

Baton Rouge Comments

Today our nation lost another 3 peace officers at the hands of an assassin. 3 Baton Rouge officers are dead, and another 3 are wounded, one of them in critical condition.

Details are sketchy, but with the recent officer involved shooting in Baton Rouge, my money is on the murderer being motivated by the lies and […]

By |July 17th, 2016|Attitude, In the News, Politics|0 Comments

Student IBD Usage

Precaution is better than cure. ~Edward Coke

A student contacted us today regarding an IBD (Israeli Battle Dressing) usage during a recent vacation. Apparently he and his wife were enjoying a short trip out-of-town and decided to take a walk to do some sightseeing.His wife, wearing sandals, ended up with a laceration on the sole of […]

By |July 7th, 2016|Attitude, Instructor Notes, Medical, Product Review|0 Comments