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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

The Huns Are Coming

“Shoot back!” – Milo Yiannopoulos

A week ago today 49 of my fellow citizens were murdered by an Islamic terrorist on American soil. An agent of a foreign enemy, in an act of war, attacked civilians and slaughtered them inside our borders.
That is the reality no one seems to be able to admit.
“… […]

Orlando

“Death is the sentence.  We know there’s nothing to be embarrassed about this, death is the sentence. …We have to have that compassion for people, with homosexuals, it’s the same, out of compassion, let’s get rid of them now.” – Dr. Sheikh Sekaleshfar, comments regarding homosexuals in 2013

 

As I sit in my office digesting the […]

Catherine Genovese

“That was the thing to remember about all monsters, They love to frighten
people, but the minute you stare them down, they turn tail and run.”
– Jeannette Walls

On March 13, 1964, 28 year-old Catherine “Kitty” Genovese was attacked and murdered in her Kew Gardens, NY, neighborhood by Winston Moseley. Moseley was arrested 6-days later for […]

Obama Press Conference On “Gun Control”

Yesterday the President held a press conference where he announce his plans for executive orders on “gun control.” There wasn’t a single proposal he put forth that would have stopped any of the mass murders he named, but was insistent that he was “doing something”, and repeated the ever popular mantra of “if it saves […]

San Bernardino

“Citizens with firearms training are a multiplying force for the police in their fight against terrorism and therefore I will take measures to ease the restrictions at this time.” – Israeli Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan

This week’s terror attack in San Bernardino has once again resulted in Obama and his minions calling for the disarmament […]

French Attack: Medical Lessons

“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” – Alan Kay

Recent terrorist attacks in France resulted in 129 dead and 352 wounded. As of today it’s being reported that 45 of the victims are still in intensive care.

Emergency management personnel across the US are routinely brainstorming scenarios in an attempt to prep […]

By |November 20th, 2015|Attitude, In the News, Instructor Notes, Medical|0 Comments

Paris Gun Battle Lessons

“It is not a question of containing but of destroying this organization. Without a respite, without a truce.” – French President Francois Hollande

The French State Prosecutor just confirmed that over 5000 rounds were fired between the police and the terrorists during this mornings SEVEN HOUR gun battle in France.

5000-rounds.

To our LE friends, let that sink […]

By |November 18th, 2015|Attitude, In the News, Instructor Notes, Liberty, police|0 Comments

France

History is a vast early warning system. – Norman Cousins

 

Once again the world is faced with a coordinated act of terrorism resulting in triple digit deaths.

For those of us paying attention the lessons are the same obvious points we’ve been pontificating about for years.

1 – There is a war on. And whether one wants to […]

By |November 14th, 2015|Attitude, In the News, Instructor Notes, Politics|0 Comments

The Camera As A Witness – Part III

“Whether the knife falls on the melon or the melon on the knife, the melon suffers” – African Proverb

 

On July 6, 2015, Haverhill, New Hampshire police officers Ryan Jarvis and Greg Collins responded to a traffic accident on Route 302 near Bath. Dispatch informed them that the scene could not be secured as there was […]

By |November 5th, 2015|Ask Fortress, In the News, Instructor Notes, police, Training|0 Comments