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Permission and Normalcy Bias

In almost every class I teach, there’s one lecture portion that’s — well, it’s a little touchy-feely. It’s a segment I have a hard time doing without tearing up a little, and sometimes it gets to my students too. But … Continue reading

Stored Ammunition — Dangerous?

Every so often, someone asks me about the dangers of storing ammunition in the home. Here’s the best resource I know on that subject. It’ll take around 30 minutes to watch, and it’s worth watching all of it.

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Beauty is everywhere

One thing I’ve loved about my life the past few years: I’ve had the tremendous blessing of seeing so much of America. And just like the song says, America really is beautiful. A few weeks ago, on a very early … Continue reading

He didn’t deserve that

My local news has a story about a (probable) self defense case that happened a few miles from my house. Comments on the story include: “Calling him a lunatic…did you know him? He also didn’t get what he deserved!! He … Continue reading

“I wasn’t going down like this.”

A few days ago, I was recording a Cornered Cat Quick Tips segment with Paul Lathrop of the Polite Society Podcast. As we talked, Paul asked me about for some tips for travelers who must go into airports and other … Continue reading

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The Rut of Indecision

An excellent question came to my email box a few days ago. It was based on the following blog post by Dr. LateBloomer: [LINK]. You’ll want to read the whole thing, but here’s the upshot: I confess that I have … Continue reading

Like a cornered cat

“If you have to fight, fight like a cornered cat.” That’s been my tagline for more than a dozen years. That’s why this morning, my friend John Murphy of FPF Training sent me an awesome video that illustrates this idea so … Continue reading

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Lots of great reading for you…

So a few days ago, on Facebook, I asked a question of my friends: “What’s the best thing you’ve ever written on your blog? Post a link here!” The question was deliberately ambiguous, leaving room for people to wonder if … Continue reading

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