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Minutemen and the next war

I ran across an interesting article by one Jim Karger (via TTAG) this morning, that claims When They Come For Your Guns, You Will Turn Them Over: If the federal government decides to disarm the public, and when the increasingly-militarized rolls down your street after a not-so-subtle request that you kindly turn over your firearms and […]

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Yet ANOTHER Fast and Furious operation?

This is the song that doesn’t end. Yes, it goes on and on my friend. Some people started singing it not knowing what it was, And they’ll continue singing it forever just because… This is the song that doesn’t end. Yes, it goes on and on my friend. Some people started singing it not knowing […]

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No, you can’t print a gun

I’ve noted several journalists flipping out about the “end of gun control” because of a bit of 3D printing experimentation done by a gunsmith and presumed hacker going under the amusing alias of “HaveBlue.” Without getting to terribly detailed, HaveBlue took a CNC machining program used to build AR-15 lower receivers, and tweaked it to […]

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Are Progressives too dumb to grasp the plain meaning of the First Amendment?

Remember when a Republican was President, dissent was the highest form of patriotism, and having the right to share your opinion on the issues of the day without being attacked for it was a key demand of the far left? When they’re in office, that no longer applies. A Chicago politician said he will block […]

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How cute: someone still thinks Occupy is relevant

Other than as a gathering place for the homeless, hipsters, and rapists Occupy was always too incoherent to be taken seriously, and when it limped away into obscurity no one really noticed. Well except this guy, who seems to think now is the time for Occupy to strike. And this is perhaps the most important […]

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