Thursday, February 23, 2017

Current Events

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

It's About Time

Bill filed to bring South Korean M1s back from overseas

We get decisions like this out of the 4th Circuit...

...because Obama was allowed to pack the courts with Leftists when Harry Reid killed the filibuster on judicial nominations. It's time for Trump to do the same. He has 117 vacancies he can fill with conservative judges with more sure to open in the next four years.
Appeals Court Upholds Maryland Ban on Military-Style Weapons

Monday, February 20, 2017

‘More paint and less hate’: Online petition calls for end to ‘black targets’ at shooting ranges

The IALEFI did not immediately respond Sunday to a request for comment from TheBlaze asking if it plans to yield to the online protesters’ demands.
'cuz stupid doesn't deserve a response. That, and they're too busy choking on their coffee from the laughter.

Recently Read

SEAL Team Six by Chuck Dixon

SEALS killing terrorists. Well done. I liked it. Truth to tell a lot of this kind of stuff is on the market now. Some good and some not so good. This was one of the better ones. I like Dixon's writing and I'll read the rest of the series in time. No hurry though.



New on the Sidebar

Men of the West, mostly based on Why You Should Read Classic Literature.
Are the stories amazing? Yes, they are. Do they teach you things about yourself? Do they illustrate great truths of human nature? Do they stir the soul to great deeds? Of course they do. But in this sad, debauched age, where men’s spirits hang low, and honor is thin, you must read the classic works for another reason. It’s mundane, and boring, but critical. You must know whether you are being lied to.
There's lots more to it and I'm only just dipping in.

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Current Events

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Recently Read

Called by Robert J. Crane

It's takes place in one of these worlds where the supernatural and mundane exist side by side with the mundane mostly ignorant of the supernatural. It falls smack dab in the middle of the fantasy genre that Corriea and Butcher do so well. It is the first n a series. Small town overrun by demons and a mysterious stranger arrives to clean 'em out. The story is OK, but nothing new here. The characters are much the same. The presentation is above average. So, I liked it. I'll definitely pick up the sequel, but I got other things to read so it may be awhile.

If you can't be trusted with a gun... can't be trusted with my children...
Teachers will be forced to carry a gun according to Moms Demand.
...and based on this, I wouldn't trust you with either.