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MOHR: Life isn’t fair. Get over it. Better yet, overcome it.

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January 29, 2015
MOHR:  Life isn’t fair.  Get over it.  Better yet, overcome it.

FERGUSON & UNEQUAL TREATMENT: Life isn’t fair. Get over it. Better yet, overcome it. By Marsha Mohr Tonight I heard Michael Brown’s mother say that cop left the house that morning looking for someone to kill. My first reaction was “lady you’re nuts.” But then I thought for a moment, and maybe that’s what...
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KRUPA: Emergency Medical Action Plans for Live-fire Range Operations

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January 14, 2015
KRUPA:  Emergency Medical Action Plans for Live-fire Range Operations

By John Krupa III Used with permission. How many times have you been at the range and thought “What do we do if someone gets shot or injured during training?” You’d be surprised to learn that there are a lot of range facilities that do not have a posted Emergency Medical Action Plan (EMAP)...
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THE NEW NORM: Coordinated terror attacks in France have prudent Americans reconsidering defensive options

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January 12, 2015
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by John Boch The horrendous, coordinated terror attacks in France last week brought personal security to the forefront of a lot of people’s minds. The Muslim radicals that carried out France’s version of 9/11 reportedly acknowledged their status as sleeper cells, having at least some training prior to carrying out their attacks upon innocent...
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BIG TENT, OPEN MINDS: The gun culture welcomes *all* good people

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January 6, 2015
BIG TENT, OPEN MINDS:  The gun culture welcomes *all* good people

Meet Kassi Karry.  She’s a model, yoga instructor and Cross Fit enthusiast from North Carolina. (H/t to Miguel at GFZ) She also likes to shoot. Yes, she’s got some ink, and doesn’t look like your average PTA mom, but we warmly welcome her into the gun culture because she likes to shoot.  Even better,...
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TRAINING: Black Flag’s Force on Force training course, open to civilians, is money well spent

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December 19, 2014
TRAINING:  Black Flag’s Force on Force training course, open to civilians, is money well spent

  reprinted from the January 2015 issue of GunNews Magazine. by John Boch Morton Grove, IL (Guns Save Life) - It’s not everyday when you get a chance to practice shooting tactics against opponents who shoot back, especially as a civilian.  Black Flag Firearms Training and Spartan Security Services have worked hard to bring...
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NAESE: The power of face to face

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December 17, 2014
NAESE:  The power of face to face

by John Naese Today’s world is connected, or so they say.  The younger you are, the more connected you are.  Everyone’s got a cell phone; most of the people I know have smart phones, which means they are connected to the internet almost all the time. Facebook, Twitter, texting, instant messaging, forum posts, email...
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FARNAM: Armed citizen is solution to attacks – terror and otherwise

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December 16, 2014
FARNAM:  Armed citizen is solution to attacks – terror and otherwise

“Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our political opponents have guns.  Why should we let them have ideas?” Joe Stalin (so eloquently articulating the “Youmaynot Philosophy!”) by John Farnam Australia this time! Most of this day, I’ve listened to hand-wringing commentators on many networks, including Fox News, agonizing about how...
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SHARPE: The Police

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December 10, 2014
SHARPE:  The Police

  The Police by Frank Sharpe   In our world there is a drive to see things either one way or the opposite way. Issues are presented only as left/right, up/down, or black/white. We’re inundated with pressure to choose a side and then defend that side no matter how ridiculous the argument becomes. However,...
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BOCH: It feels good to work out

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December 8, 2014
BOCH:  It feels good to work out

From the December 2014 issue of GunNews. by John Boch I’m not 18-years-old anymore. What’s worse is that my body has been reminding me of this fact. So, about ten weeks ago, I grew tired enough of being out of shape to do something about it.  I joined a gym that I thought was...
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REFLECTIONS ON FERGUSON: Those prone to rioting are in effect victims of themselves.

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December 3, 2014
REFLECTIONS ON FERGUSON:  Those prone to rioting are in effect victims of themselves.

    REFLECTIONS ON FERGUSON December 2, 2014   My life is now going on into its eighth decade.  Having been born during the tail end of the depression (1939), I have no memory of the start of WW 2 hostilities.  I do have deep impressions of the later years of the war.  As...
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