The Cornered Cat
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Smile for the camera

Several years back, I took our oldest son – then around eleven years old – with me to a pro-rights rally near our state capital. Firstborn was quite excited about coming with me to the rally. Together, we made him … Continue reading

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Here’s something interesting. Please bear with me – at first glance, this may look like a gun control rant, but it’s not. We’re going to talk about something else entirely, but the best way to get there runs right through … Continue reading

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Round up

Still working on a few longer pieces, but I don’t want to leave you without reading material. If you’ve finished Larry Correia’s awesome article, take a look at these. Jew Without a Gun. Robert Avrech, a Hollywood screenwriter, wrote a … Continue reading

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One more thing to read

My friend Larry Correia, author of many excellent books, also happens to be somewhat of an expert on firearms topics. Not only has he been an avid shooter, firearms instructor, and competitor in years past, he also owned a gun … Continue reading

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It’s about love

So here we are. Almost a week ago, something terrible happened in Connecticut. Sorrow, heartbreak, loss. Bright young faces never to be seen again on this earth. The man who did it… gah. It’s been a rough week for gun … Continue reading

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“Semi-automatic machine gun”

Three times on Facebook this weekend, I saw the phrase “semi-automatic machine gun.” I don’t know where it’s coming from, but such a beast does not exist. To explain: A semi-automatic gun fires one shot every time you pull the … Continue reading

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My email box gathers interesting letters sometimes. One of my perennial favorites: the well-meaning note, usually from an older gentleman, telling me that I shouldn’t use the word weapon. This isn’t unique to me, I’m sure. I guess most people … Continue reading

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Vote by mail

My Vote By Mail ballot arrived the other day. If it were up to me, I would go down to the polls and vote in person, but I don’t have that choice anymore. A few years back, my local election … Continue reading

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