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Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are ruined. — Patrick Henry

Archive for the tag “common sense”

Doing Your “Business” When You Carry

One of the hard thing when you are a woman trying to conceal carry is trying to go to the bathroom. It may sound kind of stupid to you guys who just have to stand there and whip it out, although you if you have to shit then welcome to our world. There is just not a good way to go comfortably while trying to make sure you don’t expose your weapon and freak some liberal out in the stall next to you. Or worse yet, dropping or forgetting your gun. I usually have mine in a holster on my belt. When I sit the weight of the gun obviously causes a problem. Rather than unholstering it, I fasten the belt around my thighs until I’m done. This doesn’t work if I have to hover. Here is an article from The Well Armed Woman with a little bit of helpful advice on the subject.


Common Sense

A dog can learn what some people can’t…

“Assault Rifle” Transformation

I hate the term.  All that does is try to make the rifle sound like a bad thing.  Why isn’t there an outcry to ban Assault Cars when someone gets killed by a drunk or an Assault Tire Iron?  It’s just a way for the deceptive ones to try to twist the thoughts of those who may not otherwise know or care about these things.  Here is a video to show the reality of the Dreaded Assault Rifle.

The Constitution Song

Being an Outlaw

When most people think of an “outlaw”, images of the wild west or street thug gangs come to mind.  Here is an explanation about what it really means to be an outlaw.  It’s something to consider today.


Excellent Argument Against “Gun Control”

George Carlin – The Illusion of Choice

Aaron Weiss, Iraq combat vet, speaks brilliantly to Dutchess County

We Can’t Say We Weren’t Warned

She Tells It How It Should Be

Bravo to this lady.  She is absolutely right about the fact that those who govern us should not make decisions based on how they feel, but on what will follow the Constitution.  This was in New Jersey regarding a 2A hearing.


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