November 08, 2013

A Cramp In Your Metcalf

Dick Metcalf, longtime gun-writer, decided to pen what has been perceived as a column condoning gun control (to some degree). That got him fired and an editor, Jim Bequette, assumed responsibility and resigned. What was so bad about his column?...
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September 06, 2013

Can Ten Save Two?

A story is making the rounds about how many folks were denied permission to purchase firearms in July here in Colorado (the first month the "universal background check" law was applicable). Here's one and here's another. I'm not sure if...
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July 31, 2013

Some random thoughts and links

Three words sum up Jackson, Sharpton and Crump - baiter's gonna bait. And when it comes to baiting, Jackson and Sharpton are masters. I found an article where an actual reverend, in NYC no less, is defending Zimmerman against the...
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July 11, 2013

Courtly Behavior

I don't know how to describe it, as I can't really say the judge actually heard arguments about the preliminary injunction of Colorado's magazine ban (posted about briefly here), but here are some headlines about it. Colorado gun laws: Two...
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July 01, 2013

The Wrong Kind Of Disobedience

I heard of this some time back but I got a little confused on the date. There's a group calling for a rally on the Colorado capital steps to civilly and peaceably disobey the new magazine ban. It actually won't...
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June 30, 2013

Colorado Leaves America

Brevity has never been my strong suit, and I lack enough time to do a thorough write up of the current situation, so bear with me. According to this here article, in June Hickenlooper, in response to a lawsuit aimed...
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June 14, 2013

Some Links

I've been really swamped, hence the dearth of bloggage. Things may not lighten up for a bit so I probably won't get around to elaborating on these stories as I planned. But here are some news pieces about what's been...
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May 31, 2013

Right To Carry

Words have meanings. Those meanings can change over time, and along with them the concepts they represent. This is a natural function of language and it can be good or bad or neutral. When it comes to the word "Right"...
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May 28, 2013

The Not So Secret Police

If you thought the gun owner control laws here in Colorado wouldn't be enforced vigorously, think again: "Agencies from across Metro Denver have come together in an effort to prevent firearm violence this summer, the group announced today. The effort,...
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May 18, 2013

A Full Court Press

The majority of Colorado sheriffs have filed suit to stop the recently passed gun control laws. Michael Bane is all over it. The folks over at Shall Not Be Questioned have videos up. There's an article about the suit that...
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May 10, 2013


According to Shall Not Be Questioned, the SAF is backing gun owner control again. The specifics are that while Manchin is trying to drum up support for his and Toomey's universal background check bill, an SAF article is saying it's...
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April 13, 2013

Waitin' For The Bus

A suspect in a fatal stabbing on a bus in Denver has been arrested. Witnesses say two men were arguing, and they next thing they knew one of those men got all stabbed. (I assume "transfer center" means "really big...
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April 09, 2013

Risky Business

Here's a story from The Coloradoan about the hunting boycott of Colorado. "...And I know people are frustrated. We understand that,” Hampton said. 'There’s an outrage, but these new bills will not have an impact on our existing hunting regulations...
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April 04, 2013

An Indulgence

Gun owners (and those generally in favor of our gun culture) have tried for decades (millenniums if you take the general concept of owning weapons, not just guns per se) to use facts to persuade folks to not punish us...
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March 27, 2013

Yes There IS Gambling In The Building

US hunters begin boycott over Colorado gun laws What'd they expect? American hunters would start throwing keggers because of more anti gun owner laws being in effect here?...
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March 25, 2013

Godwin Damn It

A newspaper article attempts to provide a bit of fact checking to claims made concerning Nazi gun owner control laws. "Objectively, it might have made things worse' if the Jews who fought the Nazis in the 1943 Warsaw ghetto uprising...
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March 23, 2013

Brophy And Hill On Bad Checks And Mag Bans

Colorado state senator Greg Brophy talks with Jon Caldera about universal background checks. It's from before the passage of HB13-1229 in the senate and it was heavily amended since then, but it's still informative about why universal background checks are...
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March 20, 2013

Slippin' Into Darkness

Hickenlooper signed the magazine ban, the universal background check and the background check tax bills into law this morning. They'll become law on July 1rst....
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March 08, 2013

A Bad Check

Colorado senate republicans are planning to filibuster the gun owner control bills being heard today. That ought to make for interesting viewing. If they attempt this they'll be under a lot of pressure, as there's a storm moving this way...
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February 28, 2013

SB 197

Here's a .pdf of Colorado Senate Bill 197. This bill concerns the possession of firearms by persons subject to restraining orders involving domestic violence or those convicted of misdemeanors or felonies involving domestic violence. The short version is it makes...
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February 27, 2013


Students stranded overnight at school during snowstorm. I'm sure glad those teachers were unarmed aren't you? Especially since folks always have nothing but good intentions during snowstorms, so an overnight stay at a free parking for spree killers victim disarmament...
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Felonies Are In The Air

So, you want to keep people who "shouldn't have guns" from having them? Releasing balloons can lead to felony charges. (h/t) Instapundit) That's a 3rd degree felony, which could lead to a 5 year prison sentence. And as the federal...
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February 11, 2013

Bill It To The Head

Things will start to get a bit tense this week. Some of the anti gun owner bills in Colorado will be in committee. Michael Bane has declared a Colorado Emergency. There are also a few pro gun bills in committee....
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February 09, 2013

He's A Glover Not A Fighter

Glover claims the 2nd amendment was instituted to protect slavery. Ben Swann disagrees. I think Swann gives a nice solid refutation of Glover's unfounded and unsupported take on history. For more on the subject of minorities and the Right to...
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February 05, 2013

Proposing A Proposal

Well, it's about to begin. Colorado Dems held a press conference today to unveil their gun owner control package. (and of course they had the usual props - victims and kin of victims of murderers who used firearms). Among the...
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January 31, 2013

Looters Gonna Loot

Sin Tax: a form of Pigovian tax which is levied against products in order to discourage their consumption. Gun sales prompt Colorado Democrat to push for fees bill to be heard ASAP...
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January 30, 2013

A Null To Avoid?

There's a story about a bill in Colorado that'd negate any federal gun control laws. (a .pdf of the bill can be found right here.) The bill would protect firearms made in Colorado that stayed in Colorado, as well as...
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January 29, 2013


There’s no point in taking the offensive, or even staging a defense, if you don’t have a clear idea of what outcome you want. It doesn’t have to be precise, detailed in minutia, but it does have to be clear....
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January 24, 2013

State of the State

That'd be my, the state of course.. Sadly I can’t talk about the happenings in Colorado without mentioning what the feds are doing. Most of y’all know the situation anyway; after Obama got re-elected the panic buying started. After Newtown...
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May 18, 2007

Butter Me Up

In a tax case from 1904 called McCray v. U.S. I found the following: "Let us concede that, if a case was presented where the abuse of the taxing power was so extreme as to be beyond the principles which...
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May 13, 2007

Carry On

I've been looking for an excuse to post some reggae & to my surprise a Texan provided it. This isn't my favorite Marley tune, but it adheres to the title appropriate rule. Here's a vid of I Know A Place...
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May 11, 2007

Feinstein's at it Again

Our lady of perpetual hoplophobia (except for when her own precious little heinie is in danger) has introduced legislation making any .50 BMG a "destructive device", as defined under NFA'34.This legislation would:Add the .50 BMG caliber sniper rifle to the...
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May 05, 2007

Sign Sealed Delivered

An old Stevie Wonder Tune. Not my favorite but a good one none the less. Vid Here. I found the following over at Freedomsight: "Delivery man fights gun charge It violates his rights, he says, in seeking case's dismissal" Needless...
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May 03, 2007

Do Tell

If you know anyone in Switzerland you might want to give them a call. seems like they're about to get hit hard with what we've been through for a few decades over here so any insights you have would help...
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May 01, 2007


Natalie Imbruglia covered the tune in 1997. I thought it was a cute tune for what it was but I remember it most for a singer I dated very briefly in the late 90's. I was mildly heckling her at...
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April 24, 2007

NRA Pushes For More Gun Control Again

In this post called "Crazy" (where I argued against an expansion of mental health records in the NICS system) I pointed to The Liberty Zone & The War On Guns for more information on rumors that the NRA was talking...
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April 20, 2007


McCarthy has introduced HR 1859: Anti-Large Capacity Ammunition Feeding Device Act of 2007 (h/t Say Uncle). It's a slick one too - what it does is more or less partially re-instate the 1994 "assault weapons" ban in order to define...
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Don't It Make My Brown Back Hugh?

Hugh Hewitt interviewed Mike Huckabee & Sam Brownback recently. The 2nd amendment came up in both instances & more specifically there was a discussion of machine guns. I'll spend a while discussing what I feel are Hugh's implicit objections to...
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Automatic For The Free People

The subject of machine guns has come up a few times of late & I thought it'd be useful to have a post to point folks to instead of retyping the same arguments repeatedly. So let's have a brief discussion...
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April 19, 2007

More Links On Virginia Tech Massacre

Rushed yet again. In the extended entry I'll list a bunch of links that you may find interesting. All are concerning or related to the Virginia Tech Massacre &/or the calls for more gun control in its wake....
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April 18, 2007

Paper, Rock, Bullet

A woman who had a restraining order taken out against an ex-boyfriend was murdered by her ex-boyfriend at The University of Washington. As seems to be common, the murdering punk killed himself afterwards. TFS Magnum has the details (h/t View...
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April 09, 2007

I Saw Red (Again)

I've used this song before but couldn't think of another as title appropriate. Here's a vid of the tune done by Jani Lane (& yes, the attempts at harmony by the keyboard player are irritating but otherwise it's not a...
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More Bartering

In Colorado a new law has been passed that requires a Colorado resident to have a Colorado CCW. Out of state CCW's held by Colorado residents will no longer be honored. Reading the language of the senate version of the...
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April 06, 2007

Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word

Elton. I always had a soft spot for this tune for some reason. It's sad & a bit bitter but the melodies (& harmonies) flow so nicely over the chords that when orchestrated right it's really a thing of beauty....
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April 05, 2007

Bright Lights Big City

It's a Jimmy Reed tune that's been covered quite a bit as any blues standard should be. It's always been a favorite of mine for some reason. I couldn't find Reed's version or Donald Fagen's (which is probably my favorite...
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Government Proscribed Hospitality

I know a few folks who say there are some places, such as hospitals that should be off limits for firearms possession. I'll counter with these two stories about criminals on the loose in Denver:...
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April 03, 2007

Shooter And The National Forest Situation

Michael Bane has an update & summation on the situation with anti-gun Park Rangers trying to shut down shooting in the National Forests here in Colorado (following a few paragraph review of the movie Shooter). Go read....
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March 18, 2007

Some Quick Links

Illinois is contemplating more gun control laws. The funny part to me is that firearms manufacturers are still threatening to leave Illinois. I really don't understand why they didn't escape from there long ago. In other news the ATFU closes...
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March 17, 2007

Fisking Erwin

(After I had finished the bulk of this post I took a break & noticed that The Smallest Minority had seen fit to fisk Mr. Chemerinsky's article as well. By all means go read his post.) A law professor of...
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March 13, 2007

Problems With Parker

This is not an analysis of the decision in the broad sense. It's merely touching on some areas of concern from the decision itself. I'll skip the discussion of standing & try to get to the heart of my concerns....
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March 10, 2007

More Parker Links

Jed of Freedomsight has posted a very thorough list of blogs that discuss the decision in Parker v. D.C. For your convenience here's what some lawyers (or soon to be lawyers in the first instance) are saying about the decision:...
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March 09, 2007

A Quickie On Parker

If you haven't heard the circuit court rendered a favorable decision in Parker v. D.C. The case sought to overturn D.C's gun ban & if this ruling stands the appeals process that seems to be what it will do. But...
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March 01, 2007


I wish that my college would have let me carry a gun and simply given my roommate the option choosing not to live with a gun owner. It would almost have assured me a gun nut roommate. University administrators and...
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February 26, 2007

It's Up To You, New York

To ruin yet another peacable citizen's life with your outrageous enforcement of draconian gun possession laws, in clear violation of the protections afforded by the McLure-Volkmer act.A nurse from Indiana named Joyce was visiting friends in Vermont and Massachusetts earlier...
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February 20, 2007

RMGO Bill Watch Update

Via RMGO's Bill Watch page here's a .pdf of Colorado House Bill 1278. The gist is that it'd give municipalities with populations over 100,000 people authority to prohibit the carrying of loaded firearms in vehicles unless the person has a...
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February 09, 2007


A mature gentleman in his 50's is out dining one evening. He sees a very attractive lady in her early 20's dining alone & wanders over to her table. He introduces himself & asks her pardon for the bluntness of...
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February 08, 2007

From The DOP

That'd be the Department of the Posterior since it seems they're staffed by a bunch of asses. The VCDL (along with OFCC) tried to petition the Deprtment of Interior to revise its regulations concerning firearms in National Parks. The DOI...
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February 06, 2007

Coming To A Patrol Car Near You

"The Defense Department is giving away free equipment the military no longer needs to state and local police..." I snipped from the article the specific items being given to local police departments:...
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February 05, 2007

Vehicles Stripped From HB 1011

From an article in the Montrose Daily Press.: "House Bill 1011, which passed the House judiciary committee Wednesday, would allow business owners to use deadly force against intruders, in certain circumstances, without fear of prosecution. A provision that would have...
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February 04, 2007

No Need To Read The Denver Post

I mentioned a few days ago that the Denver Post had an editorial up condemning the proposed expansion of Colorado's use of force laws. Let's go ahead & give it a proper fisking shall we? "No need to expand home-intruder...
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February 03, 2007

Colorado Use Of Force Laws

I spent a few hours the other night going through the statute law & figured I'd make a post out of it. Besides, with the talk of expanding certain provisions of the use of force laws it'd be nice to...
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February 01, 2007

Denver Compost Opposes Self Defense Expansion

Say Uncle comments on a story in the Denver post that condemns the proposed expansion of the self defense laws here in Colorado. I'll try to do a more in depth treatment of the law & a proper fisking of...
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January 31, 2007

My Old Hood

Via Nicki at The Liberty Zone (who is still deployed in Kosovo) comes this story about a man stopping a robbery. "An armed McDonald's employee shot and killed a would-be robber Thursday in a gunbattle inside the west Charlotte restaurant,...
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January 29, 2007

U Got It Bad

Usher again (I've been in an R&B mood lately - lately being defined as the past 25 years). This is a slow R&B tune that always captivated me for some reason. It's about being in love with someone & possibly...
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January 25, 2007

A Hand For The ATFU?

Via Say Uncle I've discovered that the ATFU wants my thumbs. For a start: "Because the thumb will allow the rifle to fire more than one round with a single pull of the opposite hand it is a machine gun...
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Why Georgia?

John Mayer. I do surely dig the way he plays. Here's the vid. & here are the lyrics. The song is about a guy's introspection as he drives I-85; wondering if he can find some signs that he's on the...
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January 14, 2007

Stop Staring At My Decisis

Wayne Fincher has been convicted of unlawfully possessing machine guns & a short barreled shotgun. The War On Guns has the details here, here, & here. I can't say I'm too surprised - not that I agree with the decision...
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December 31, 2006

A Busy Year Ahead

From The Herald News' article. This is an excerpt which was taken from a letter written by Richard Pearson, president of the Illinois State Rifle Association (ISRA): "The following are the Brady Campaign's agenda for the 2007-2008 legislative session. 1....
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December 29, 2006

Wayne Fincher

The War On Guns has a letter posted from Wayne Fincher. There's also a link to some background on Mr. Fincher. & here's Kim du Toit's post on Mr. Fincher's situation. the gist is that Mr. Fincher is fighting the...
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There'll Probably Be A Quiz On This Too

Ever read a blogger who's a vixen, a jam cookie, a gingerbread house & stewie griffin all rolled into one? Neither had I until tonight when I waltzed in & noticed miss Bitter is a might quiz happy for some...
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December 26, 2006

ATFU Roundup

Say Uncle has been keeping tabs on things. I offer you the following posts of his which cover ATFU activities: Akins Accelerator Update So, what next? (which lists a few ATFU problems) Who needs lawsuits? (which discusses a bankrupting strategy...
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December 25, 2006

Physician Heal Thyself

It looks like one did. "...DeBakey, 98, is the oldest survivor of the operation he developed to repair a damaged aorta, the main artery from the heart. He is back to working nearly full days and walks increasingly longer distances,...
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December 23, 2006

Mass AWB?

Freedomsight discusses Romney's lack of Republican street cred in a recent post of his called Mitt Romney - RINO Socialist. In that post he links to a story about Romney signing & praising a Massachusetts "assault weapons" ban. But it...
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December 22, 2006

Another Confiscation In Cali

An elderly lady held two burglars at gunpoint until the cops could arrive to take them away (scroll down). They took them away, but they also absconded with the lady's pistol. Seems fräulein's paperverk vas not in oar-der it wasn't...
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December 20, 2006

The Influence Of Cook

Grayson Hugh had one moderately successful tune. It was called Talk It Over & the vid is here. The song was a decent little R&B tune but Hugh's delivery made it what it was. Some folks will say he sounds...
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December 19, 2006

Live And Let Die

Here's the vid from the Bond flick. Miss Bitter has an idea: call the ATFU snitchline & turn in Bloomberg, with writing the MSM thrown in to make sure the calls don't go unanswered. I'm kinda torn. There'd certainly be...
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December 12, 2006

Is It A Crime

Sade. I could go on for days about how smooth Miss Adu's voice is. Here's the vid of the studio version. Here's a vid of a nice live rendition complete with a decent guitar solo. & here are the lyrics....
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December 09, 2006

Suddenly I See

I must be in some sort of Scottish mood today. Suddenly I See is a KT Tunstall tune released in late august of 2005 but it didn't get a lot of airplay over here till this past summer. It's a...
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December 08, 2006

Steal Away

It's a gospel tune. The version I have for you was sung by Mahalia Jackson with Nat King Cole lending a hand. Mahalia is widely regarded as the best gospel singer ever & when you hear her you'll understand why....
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November 01, 2006

New York New York

No; not the tune Sinatra is associated with (written by Kander & Ebb). I'm referring to the tune written by Bernstein, Comden & Green for the 1944 musical On The Town. The late Mel Torme did a very nice rendition...
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October 22, 2006

Denver Discedere Ad Inferos

Discedere ad inferos is Latin for "go to hell" in case you were wondering. Denver. It'd be an alright place except for the scum who run the damned town. Denver prosecutor Dawn Weber is arguing that the state's "make my...
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October 19, 2006

Colorado Bulldog

Mr. Big. Helluva tune if you dig the hard/progressive rock thing. Matter of fact here's them doing it live courtesy of I used to love playing that stuff when I was a kid (though my fav was "Addicted to...
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October 17, 2006

School Days

Dizzy Gillespe. I'm feeling jazzy for some reason. Of Arms & the Law linked to an Instapundit piece concerning strategies for dealing with school shooting. The central link is one to a story on ENC about a Texas school...
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October 05, 2006

California Dreaming

The Mamas & The Papas. I always liked that tune for some reason. I noticed via the referal logs that I'm currently the Number 2 result on Google for "gun owner moving to california" It's due to the post Comments...
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October 03, 2006

Gimme Back My Bullets

David Kopel has a post discussing a new law which prohibits gun confiscations during emergencies or disasters. The gist of the law is that any federal officer or person acting under a federal officer or any agent of any government...
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September 12, 2006

Seeing Things

Yep; Black Crowes' tunes can & will be used as post titles. I was toying with calling it "Surrounded" or "Another Day" after two songs by Dream Theater, but figured they were too obscure a reference for most folks to...
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August 02, 2006

Violence Begets Violence Part Three: Power Tools

"One bleeding-heart type asked me in a recent interview if I did not agree that 'violence begets violence.' I told him that it is my earnest endeavor to see that it does. I would like very much to ensure —...
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July 29, 2006

The Bane Of The USFS Hoplophobes

Michael Bane brings us more news about the USFS's attempts to shut down public lands to shooting. Go check out his posts No, As a Matter of Fact, I Haven't Blogged Anything Today! & Saturday Catch-Up Before My Bike Ride....
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July 27, 2006

No Time Like The Present

"Several Illinois gun manufacturers said Wednesday they will pack up and leave Illinois if state lawmakers approve a ban on assault weapons." That's from a March 3rd, 2006 dated article. Now I gotta ask - why wait? It ain't like...
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July 25, 2006


I was taking a casual stroll on the net when I stumbled upon the FAQ over at Some good advice, some less than good advice (imho) but overall not a bad resource. But what piqued my interest was this:...
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July 21, 2006


That'd be Richard Celata (of KT Ordnance) being interviewed by Aaron Zelmen (of JPFO) (via End the War On Freedom). It looks like they're trying to get him on manufacturing w/o a license. Oddly enough that's the same bullshit they're...
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July 18, 2006

In News From Outside The u.S.

Cali gun gestapo rolling again. BATFU "helping". So to all my Cali readers I have this message for you. From friends. Chair against wall. Chair against wall. Charlie has a long mohawk. Charlie has a long mohawk. Sic Semper Kalifornication....
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July 04, 2006

Me Like

MSSA is Montana's pro-gun org. So there will be no confusion with the NRA I offer you this bill that the MSSA is supporting for Montana. Let's see the NRA get behind something like this....
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June 20, 2006

Not Again

Guardsmen have been sent to New Orleans again. In a nutshell Nagin & Riley think they need help to handle the crime that's going on there. Nagin called the governor & she's sending in the troops. I'm concerned that some...
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June 13, 2006


NSSF. That’s the National Shooting Sports Foundation. They want you to support a few bills which could be coming up in the house judiciary committee this week. One of them is HR 1415 which is being called the National Instant...
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June 07, 2006

Second Amendment To What?

I was probably going to let it slide. As you may have noticed from the lack of regular posting things have been busy for me. So when I received an e-mail from Hugh Hewitt asking me to support ten Republican...
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May 25, 2006

Stupid Party Versus Doctor No

Ron Paul needs a hand (.pdf) (via Triggerfinger). In his post A Choice, Not A Referendum: Support Senator DeWine Hugh Hewitt makes the argument that (in part) you can't be a serious supporter of the 2nd amendment & not...
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April 30, 2006


Recently in the pro-gun bloggers community there has been some debate between the Absolutists & the Incrementalists. Some of the relevant posts are listed below. Absolutists vs. Incrementalists from Say Uncle Continuing to mine an old tradition from Toys in...
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April 15, 2006

Bear Country

When I first arived in Colorado I was taken up to Rocky Mountain National Park by a friend of mine. We parked & before we started walking around I checked out the bulletin board by the parking area. It had...
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April 13, 2006

How Much?

You might have already seen it, or at least heard about it. There's a movie called United 93. Yep; that Flight 93 (more can be found here). Through the first link you can view a trailer as well as a...
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April 11, 2006

Get A Fore Grip

I found this one scanning Adding a Vertical Fore Grip to a Handgun The gist is since in the GCA of '68 it defines a handgun (in part) as a firearm that is discharged while holding with a single...
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Absolutism 301; Felons

"You want axe murderers to be able to walk into a store & just buy a gun?" If you've ever argued against the federal or state laws creating classes of persons prohibited from owning arms then you've heard that sentence...
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April 05, 2006

MySpace Kid Convicted

The question is of what? SayUncle is where I first saw it. He links to this Rocky Mountain News piece describing the court proceedings & the result. From the article: "An Evergreen high school student who posted Internet photos of...
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March 31, 2006

ATFU Hearings Part Three

I still haven't found a transcript or video of the 2nd hearings where the ATFU presumably rebutted the allegations of discrimination & law breaking on the part of their agents. Hence this is part 3. Part 1 can be found...
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More On The ATFU

Say Uncle has more. & more. & still more. In the first linked post Uncle says he doesn't necessarily think the ATFU should be disbanded. In the comments to that post Marc of Ninth Stage suggests they be restructured to...
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March 10, 2006

Innocent Until Proven Gun Owner

The gist is that Angel is out & has lawyered up. Gary Marbut has a page up that is archiving all the info on Angel's ordeal & there is a defense fund you can contribute to if so inclined. But...
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February 24, 2006

Chicago's War On Guns

Say Uncle has this post about a guy arrested for having arms. There was also a dig thrown in about the ATFU's old fallback - "attempting" to convert a semi to full auto as well as allegations of having a...
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February 23, 2006

The MySpace Kid

Say Uncle has a post about a kid who posted pics of himself with handguns on the net. Here's the initial story that prompted his post. It only says that after being ratted out a kid was arrested because he...
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February 21, 2006

Vid Of ATFU Hearings

Of Arms & the Law has a post up with this link to a video clip of the ATFU hearings. At least the first part of them. It's about an hour & 20 minutes long & deals with the allegations...
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February 19, 2006

And They Thought I Was Kidding

"These must be the dumbest ATF agents in the entire agency,' [Rep. William Delahunt (D-Mass.)] said. 'I am absolutely shocked that they could be that stupid.' 'It's almost to the point that it's difficult to believe,' he added. 'I have...
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February 17, 2006

ATFU; Gun Owners' Public Enemy Number One

Of Arms & the Law linked to this story about the ATFU hearings in Congress. I think it deserves a fisking. Shall we?...
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February 16, 2006

Another Confiscation In Louisiana

The gist - a man carrying openly in Louisiana is arrested & his property stolen because some petty ass wanna be tyrants with badges don't like the idea of a person carrying a gun openly. Nevermind the state constitution (as...
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February 06, 2006

Bashing Bloggers RMBB v. 5.0

Er, actually that should have read "Blogger's Bash". Specifically the Rocky Mountain Blogger Bash v. 5.0 & there's a short (yeah right) rant behind the "v. 5.0" qualifier:...
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January 24, 2006

Sixty Seven Years And Counting

TriggerFinger reports that SCOTUS has denied cert in Seegars. Personally I think Parker is a better case for our side, but I don't kid myself that SCOTUS chose to ignore Seegars in the hopes of getting Parker. There has been...
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January 22, 2006

Denver Can Still Go To Hell (Again)

Walter In Denver has a post about a Denver DA prosecuting a bar owner for a self defense shooting. Details are scant, but from this news story & this one it appears that a man named Stepp tried to enter...
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January 18, 2006

Car Carry

I'm still trying to get straightened out from the trip I took. But for the helluvit I'll tell you a little about it now & what I'd have had to go through to be legal in each state I was...
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December 25, 2005

The NRA Wants Me To What?

Support the passage of yet another federal law which relegates the Right to Keep and Bear Arms to the status of a privilege conferred by the state? Please. David Hardy has reproduced a communication mentioning the Veterans' Heritage Firearms Act....
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December 14, 2005

More About Maye

Radley Balko has been doing a helluva job in researching Cory Maye's situation. He's posted (in .pdf form) copies of the search warrants for both sides of the duplex, along with some related documents. A good summary of what we...
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December 01, 2005

Parchment Please

Say Uncle says that Wisconsin is on the way to getting a CCW permit law. Part of the agreement to get the support of state law enforcement was to have CCW info connected with a drivers license &/or tags so...
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November 06, 2005

Alito's Avtomats

There were a lot of thing I wanted to do today. Writing this post, & more importantly reading the case law I have just read in order to write this post was not on my top ten list. But here...
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October 18, 2005

My Twenty Minutes Later Syndrome

In this post you will find the transcript of a conversation between Hugh Hewitt, John Caile from CCRN & myself about Harriet Miers 2nd amendment views. It all started with this post of mine on Miers. Geek With A .45...
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A Voice Made For Telegraph Part 2

I chatted with Hugh Hewitt last Thursday about Harriet Miers nomination. More specifically I wanted to chat about Hugh's position that she is the "most pro-2nd amendment nominee in 40 years" which I also discussed in this post. What follows...
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October 10, 2005

Treacherous Stupid Asinine

Clayton Cramer posts that the TSA is being idiotic about its rules concerning flying with ammo. Of course Mr. Cramer doesn't phrase it like that, but I think mine is a more accurate description. Mr. Cramer says that the FAA...
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October 02, 2005

Colorado's New CCW Vs. Colorado's Old CCW Vs. Colorado's Proposed But Tabled CCW

This is an oldie but a goodie. It was origninally posted here on April 3rd, 2003. Like the title says it's a comparison of three ideas for concealed carry that Colorado was considering. Another thing worth reading is this...
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September 27, 2005

New Orleans Restraining Order & The NRA

Clayton Cramer has published part of the restraining order barring New Orleans from stealing any more guns. Mr. Cramer was kind enough to let me take a peak at the order itself but unfortunately there's a "Not For Publication" disclaimer...
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September 16, 2005

An Interesting Exchange II

In An Interesting Exchange I continued a discussion that was started in the comments box of a post at the Volokh Conspiracy. Mr. Esper responded in the comments of my post & that's what I'll be addressing here....
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September 11, 2005

An Interesting Exchange

The following is simply the continuation of a discussion held in the comments section of this post (Constitutions & Emergencies) at The Volokh Conspiracy. For various reasons I feel that it strayed a bit from the topic at hand &...
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September 09, 2005

Nah, They Wouldn't Cause That'd Be Illegal

From the NYT: "Waters were receding across this flood-beaten city today as police officers began confiscating weapons, including legally registered firearms, from civilians in preparation for a mass forced evacuation of the residents still living here." (Emphasis added) A few...
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Of Constitutions, Laws & Emergency Powers

Now as a matter of law there is some support of the idea that while wrong the confiscation of arms in New Orleans is legal because it’s spelled out in the emergency powers law of Louisiana concerning the Powers of...
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August 22, 2005

Comments III: Worst State And Best Country For Gun Owners?

In the previous post I said I'd get around to answering the lovely, talented & accurate Miss Annika's questions. The questions were: "i'm going to take the Cali Firearms Safety Certificate test today. i read through all the laws and...
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Comments II: California's HSC

In the previous post I addressed some comments left by readers. One seemed to merit special attention as it raised a subject that can't be treated with a paragraph or two, least not by certain long winded bastards such as...
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June 06, 2005

Raich and Stewart

Cross-posted at Stop the Bleating. The Supreme Court's decision in Raich is the hot topic in the blawgosphere right now.  Far smarter and better-informed commentators than I are discussing it, so I won't bother offering my own two cents on...
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Raich Roundup.

Well, since I just got home from work, the "power" bloggers are already all over this one. My initial take on the Raich ruling, based on what I heard on the radio news driving home from work, is this is...
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June 03, 2005

California Moves Closer to "Ammo ID" Law

From the L.A. Times comes an article which maybe sheds some light on why California's government is so screwed up. Legislators Pass Bills Requiring Ammo ID:California lawmakers Thursday voted to require weapons manufacturers to ensure that all bullets and cartridges...
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May 30, 2005

Setting the Record Straight on the .50 BMG

I continue to hear gun rights activists repeat the statement that the .50 BMG has never been used in a crime. I first heard about this as a claim made by NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre, in his book...
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May 20, 2005

DC Delegate: Gun Owners Aim to See Children Get Killed

Matt Rustler e-mailed with another outrageous quote from an anti-gun bigot. This time, it's D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton. From Matt's blog post, quoting the from the Washington Times:"They're trying to see to it that more children get killed," said...
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May 10, 2005

You Retreat Whilst I Overcome

Dani Newsum wrote a piece that appears in The Denver Posts' bloghouse. It's an attempted critique of Florida's no duty to retreat law. Let us fisk....
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April 26, 2005

The French Could Teach California Something About Freedom

No, the title isn't wrong. As incredible as it seems one of the chief european states that seems to espouse every statist ultra left wing concept imaginable can teach California something about freedom. Mr. Eric Danis owns Dan Tec France....
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March 22, 2005

NRA Leaves Montana Hanging

The War On Guns has a post about this article. Seems an NRA staffer decided that withholding support for some pro-gun bills was the proper thing to do....
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March 16, 2005

Reader Participation Required

Kim du Toit posted a link to an anti-gun lobby wish list. It's a document entitled Hand Gun Control Inc 1993 Plan....
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February 21, 2005

Criminal News Network?

Or how about Conspiracist News Network? Whichever you prefer it damned sure ain't the Constitutionalist News network....
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January 24, 2005

Around Colorado - And Beyond

Some odds & ends from Colorado....
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January 15, 2005


Kevin of The Smallest Minority has a piece up entitled Why Ballistic Fingerprinting Doesn't (and Won't) Work. Go read....
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December 28, 2004

Gun Bloggers & The Year In Review

Alphecca isn't doing his Weekly Check on the Bias this week. Instead he's doing the Yearly Check. Of course it's a wrap up of what has occurred this year that concerns firearms. It's by no means exhaustive; he just sticks...
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December 21, 2004

Weekly Check & Florida AWB?

Alphecca has The Weekly Check up. Also he has the scoop on a proposed "assault weapon" ban in Florida, including the text of the bill. If you've never done it before tell him thanks for all the hard work he...
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Pulling Them Back Down By Their Ankles

Jason's situation has generated a lot of comments around the blogosphere. Most have been supportive but a few haven't been. It's interesting how gun owners can turn so quickly on their own kind because of seemingly minute differences. Disagreeing with...
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December 02, 2004

Sen. Hillman on Meyer

At ColoradoSenate I found an article written by Sen. Mark Hillman about Meyer's decision in the Denver home rule v. state gun law case. Sen. Hillman is the majority leader in the state senate until January 12th when the Dems...
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November 17, 2004

Rocky Mountain Low

Ya know, I was looking forward to doing a few things around here; cleaning a new acquisition; writing about said new acquisition; loading some ammo for said new acquisition; writing about some older acquisitions; perhaps even watching a movie. But...
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Seegars v. Ashcroft

Triggerfinger has done an exceptional job in gathering all the material he could on this case. Seegars v. Ashcroft is a case challenging D.C.'s almost total ban on firearms possession. It's the NRA's attempt to not be outdone by two...
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November 10, 2004

Bush Fights For Gun Owners? My Ass

Say Uncle has the scoop. The Justice Department (which answers to Bush) is asking SCOTUS to reverse the 9th circuit ruling that said the commerce clause of the constitution didn't permit federal gun laws (the NFA in particular) to apply...
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November 07, 2004

Warning: Denver Does Not Want Your Business

The city of Denver can go to hell. Straight to hell. No passing go, no two hundred dollars. Straight. To. Hell. Why? Because the bastards not only argued that their local laws that infringe upon the Right to Arms trump...
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October 20, 2004

Absolutisim 101: Prior Restraint

This will be the first of several posts dealing with the Absolutists' views concerning the Right to Arms....
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October 08, 2004

When All The Elders Are Gone

Read this. I'll wait. The discussion will begin when you open up the extended entry....
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October 02, 2004

Ya Don't Play Nicki Like That

Nicki had an exchange with an elitist. She posted about it at Armed Females of America. It's called Above The Law? & you should be reading it now....
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September 08, 2004

After Getting A Grip, Assume The Position?

I merely point out how Kerry is a hypocrite. Matt at Stop The Bleating points out that Kerry could be a felon. Though I must point out that the law Kerry may have in fact violated is unconstitutional. I see...
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September 07, 2004

Around The States

Geek with A .45 has some perspective on how bad Rep. Holt wants the nation to be. Meanwhile Clayton Cramer tells us of a victory for a gun owner in Cali. In court. Without having to draw down on the...
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August 23, 2004

Are Nebraska & Vermont Identical on Concealed Carry?

That's a question posed (in the abstract) & answered by Gunscribe of From The Heartland in his post titled The truth about Concealed Carry in Nebraska. He argues that Nebraska was never delegated the authority to regulate Arms & further...
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August 07, 2004

A New Blog in Nebraska

I realize you have been starved for political news from a pro-gun perspective out of Nebraska. Well your hunger is over....
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July 14, 2004

Et tu Hugh?

I had Hugh Hewitt on today. It’s not that unusual as I listen to him whenever I drive. I don't always agree with him but I do find him entertaining. Hugh mentioned he had been on the G. Gordon Liddy...
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June 16, 2004

Who can Gun Owners Trust? had a poll up for a while that asked your opinion of an unnamed person based on his actions. The actions described were not good for gun owners to say the least. & most respondents disapproved of the person...
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May 18, 2004

Making the chains rest a little lighter...

Michael Gaddy has an article up that every gun owner should read. It's called Massive Gun Owner Sell Out Of Basic Rights. For further reading please check out these previous posts about concealed carry permits: Concealed Carry & Prior Restraint:...
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May 14, 2004

Mark Lancaster update - Sentencing

NashvilleFiles reports that Mark Lancaster's sentencing hearing will be held today. Blake plans to be at the event & post on the outcome so watch his site for the details. Here's a few links to explain Mr. Lancaster's situation:...
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May 10, 2004

The Hobbesian Arguments: Round 3 (?)

Why absolutism doesn't work is the latest post by Greg of the Hobbesian Conservative in our exchange. It's a response to this post of mine & it all traces back to a post I did on a speech given at...
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May 06, 2004

Interesting things in the blogosphere

First of all a very sincere welcome back to Ms. Rachel Lucas. She was missed. Clayton Cramer has a post up about a Chicago city official demanding & then defending preferential treatment for elected officials (namely herself). Clayton asks if...
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