• Guns

    When Anti-Gunners Fire Guns For The First Time

    by  • 19 August, 2014 • Guns • 1 Comment

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    Not as satisfying as watching a lifelong vegan taste bacon for the first time… Buzzfeed takes five committed anti-gun liberals to the shooting range to fire a handgun and shotgun. Personally, I think they should’ve spent the extra money to let them run out the magazine of a submachinegun. I remember the look of...

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    Venezuelans Sneaking Government Subsidized Goods Into Colombia for Profit

    by  • 18 August, 2014 • Military, Politics • 0 Comments

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    The Venezuelan government has sent troops to the Venezuelan Colombian border to keep its most enterprising citizens in, smugglers who take government subsidized goods over to Colombia and sell them at higher prices.  It’s hard to tamp down capitalism.  If you are a communist leader, you inevitably end up having to keep your people...

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    Home Invader Brings Club To A Gunfight, Loses

    by  • 17 August, 2014 • Crime, Guns • 1 Comment

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    Not as tough as he thought he was… Bruised and bloodied by an intruder, a Jacksonville man and woman exchanged gunfire with the invader and put an end to an assault early Friday at their home. The two were hospitalized, but a child there was unharmed and the suspect is dead, police said. The...

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    Judge Rules Semi-Auto Rifles Not Constitutional

    by  • 15 August, 2014 • Crime, Guns, Politics • 1 Comment

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    Dangerous and unusual judges… Manasquan, NJ –(Ammoland.com)- U.S. Federal Judge Catherine C. Blake has released a lengthy opinion (see below) which essentially says guns regulated by Maryland last year, including the AR-15 and the AK-style rifle-along with other magazine fed, semi-automatics fall outside Second Amendment protections, calling them “dangerous and unusual arms”. Read the...

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    US Navy Returns Bibles To Guest Quarters

    by  • 15 August, 2014 • Military • 1 Comment

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    The policy served no porpoise… WASHINGTON — Gideons Bibles are going back into Navy lodges. The Navy on Thursday ordered the Bibles returned to rooms and said it is reviewing a decision by the Navy Exchange to remove them from its worldwide network of military hotels. Atheists had cheered a victory after a complaint...

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