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Pervasive looting continues

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November 5, 2012
Pervasive looting continues

We at Guns Save Life have been hearing from a host of sources that the looting going on the Hurricane Sandy storm-damaged seaboard is far more common than the media is reporting. Some alternative media is picking up the story, sometimes calling the incidents “burglaries”, and anecdotal reports from the boots on the ground...
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James Yeager: Hurricane Sandy aftermath is ‘medieval’

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November 3, 2012
James Yeager:  Hurricane Sandy aftermath is ‘medieval’

by Frank Sharpe Fortress Defense Consultants To all,James Yeager of Tactical Response just sent this note out: “I am getting reports from my Alumni in NY. Things are BAD. The news is under-reporting the violence. Shooting and home invasions are rampant. My Law Enforcement Alumni are telling me it is like a 3rd world...
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Chicagoland: Traffic-trap suburbs.

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November 3, 2012
Chicagoland:  Traffic-trap suburbs.

Public service to our members Traffic-trap suburbs (GunNews) –  Not only is Chicagoland a dangerous place to live or visit, home of the highest local sales taxes in the nation, and the nation’s top city for traffic enforcement cameras but it also sports some ticket-happy suburbs that will gleefully reach into your wallet if...
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Evanston Gun “Buy Back” FAIL BOAT arrives Dec. 15.

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November 2, 2012

  Evanston Police are working on putting together a gun buyback which will pay market value on “high end” firearms turned in. There are a couple of catches. It’s not “no questions asked”.  Those turning in guns, the chief says, will have to prove they live in Evanston…  a very anti-gun suburb just north...
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Took my training… Now what?

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November 2, 2012
Took my training… Now what?

Ok, so you purchased your gun. You took some training. You feel confident. Now what? What will you do at 2am when the door gets kicked in? How will you respond in all of the confusion? Will you remember where your gun is? Will you remember how to load it? Will you take the...
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Casting Call: Red Jacket Firearms needs a master ‘smith

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November 1, 2012
Casting Call:  Red Jacket Firearms needs a master ‘smith

Hey hey hey. Looks like Red Jacket Firearms is in need of some new help to contribute to their abortion work at their shop. Maybe their last gunsmith ran off with the boss guy’s daughter or maybe he just got fired. But if you’re really good, and can impress the show’s casting producer with...
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Bloomberg sends $1.1M to anti-gun Florida campaign while disarmed New Yorkers get looted

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November 1, 2012

With hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers still cleaning up and without power from the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy meeting up with a Nor’easter storm, cold, dark and unarmed while looters ply their criminal trade in homes and businesses, their billionaire mayor Michael Bloomberg has sent $1.1M to buy advertising for an anti-gun former...
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A ‘gutsy call’ by a gutsy man. (No, NOT Barack Hussein Obama)

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November 1, 2012
A ‘gutsy call’ by a gutsy man.  (No, NOT Barack Hussein Obama)

A courageous bank president takes care of business in Troy, Missori. Bad guy ignores the “guns welcome” signage on the door, and robs the place, full of dozens of employees and customers. Bank president follows him outside and draws down on him. Another bank employee shows up.  Oh yeah, second employee is armed as...
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Bigotry of a different stripe

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November 1, 2012

  The mainstream media brings us yet another example of how anti-self-defense folks rely on bigotry, feelings and emotions over diversity, science and substance with the story of a University of Colorado staff member proudly displaying a “no guns” sign on his office door at a public university. His bigotry (defined as “stubborn and...
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Social Media and Looting

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November 1, 2012
Social Media and Looting

During Hurricane Sandy, we learned a lot about what our fellow citizens are made of. We learned of their character and in some cases, their character defects. There were many brave people serving those who were trapped and in need of help, there were also those who were preying on those who were trapped...
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