New York Reload
Now, in a holster
Now, in a holster
These Abusers Aren’t Allowed To Own Guns. So Why Aren’t States Removing Them?
I used that line on the local talk radio today.
I’m still not panicking but, since one of the latest to come down with the disease, was apparently on a plane the day before going to the hospital, my “meh, it’s not a problem” has turned to a raised eyebrow. I mean, who knows where all those people’s final destination was. And I really got a bit more concerned when Dear Reader cancelled a fundraiser over Ebola. If he cancels golf, I’ll panic.
Also, how to avoid getting Ebola.
The Swedish Army parodies American recruitment commercials:
I didn’t think Iraq had any. But that doesn’t matter because it’s Bush’s fault. Or something.
one man is taxing the entire policing capacity of the state of Pennsylvania, and he’s not even that good at it. He’s a freaking airsoft goon. What are you going to do when someone with asymmetrical warfare experience from our own special forces decides to do this?
Gun sales, excluding the 2013 banner year, continue an upward trend.
Well, of course, she’s a feminist.
A feminist speaker cancelled her speaking appearance at a university because the university allows permit holders to carry guns there. Because, you know, the guy going to shoot you is likely law-abiding.
Stop motion of a laser engraving panel making an AUG:
One of our instructors attended a course last weekend in Oklahoma. One of the drills entailed unloading your gun then pointing it at one of the class instructors and dry firing. This was to get you used to pointing your gun at a real person.
Maher then looked at Affleck and said, “I mean, you have guns.” To which Affleck responded, “I do.” The audience grew quiet for a second and then roused up when Maher said, “So do I, and for that exact reason.” Maher added: “I’m not disarming unilaterally.”
But, seriously, why would someone care what Affleck thinks about anything? Read a script, entertainer.
A good read, on guns he’s loved.
It’s disheartening to see the FBI used to promote a political agenda, but that’s what we got with the bureau’s release last month of a study claiming to show a sharp rise in mass shootings, a la Newtown, Conn.
The must be using that Moms Demand Attention math.
Capping an investigation that began almost two years ago, separate trials are scheduled this month in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Va., for a civilian Navy intelligence official and a hot-rod auto mechanic from California who prosecutors allege conspired to manufacture an untraceable batch of automatic-rifle silencers.
The exact purpose of the silencers remains hazy, but court filings and pretrial testimony suggest they were part of a top-secret operation that would help arm guerrillas or commandos overseas.
The silencers — 349 of them — were ordered by a little-known Navy intelligence office at the Pentagon known as the Directorate for Plans, Policy, Oversight and Integration, according to charging documents. The directorate is composed of fewer than 10 civilian employees, most of them retired military personnel.
Court records filed by prosecutors allege that the Navy paid the auto mechanic — the brother of the directorate’s boss — $1.6 million for the silencers, even though they cost only $10,000 in parts and labor to manufacture.
Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.
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