Fire Extinguishers and Guns: Why the Dichotomy?

Per the National Fire Protection Association, there averages 355,400 house fires a year in the United States.  Of that, the majority end without injury, although 11,670 people are injured annually as a result of house fires. Per the Bureau of Justice statistics, there averages 3,713,000 home break-ins each year.  In these incidents, 7.2% involved the... Continue Reading →

Identity Politics, Victimology, and Guns

Throughout the years I have sought to understand how the mind works among those on the far left.  I have come to the conclusion that there is simply no way for those of us who believe in the American values of liberty and individual sovereignty to ever understand leftist mindset.  However, we can pinpoint the... Continue Reading →

The Abdication of Self-Reliance

The abdication of self-reliance.  Isn't that catchy?  Unfortunately, that is the underlying factor behind every social trend that is working towards the destruction of this country.  That is the title I will be using for it from now on. I write about things other than guns every once in a while, but, yet again, it... Continue Reading →

The True Divide on the Second Amendment

If you are dumfounded by how ignorant anti-gun activists can be you are not alone.  If you blame their position on ignorance you are on the same page as the rest of the firearms community.  However, if you think that ignorance is the primary reason for this incessant attack on freedom, you are mistaken.  Ignorant voters... Continue Reading →

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