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Still Not Crazy…Just Mentally Insufficient

March 15, 2017 — Recently, President Trump undid a federal regulation that required the Social Security Administration to forward the names of those who needed assistance planning their finances to the National Instant Criminal Background System. This meant that someone who was incapable of effectively planning their finances without professional help was forbidden from purchasing...

Women and the Ethic of the Gun

March 1, 2017 — There is a phenomenon I call “ethic of the gun.” It is omnipresent, yet difficult to nail down when discussing firearms, their owners and their shooters generally. As much as it is challenging to try to explain it to non-gun folks, it seems as though ethnic gun folks understand it without...

“Guns, Not Politics” a Good Idea But the Two Are Not Mutually Exclusive

March 1, 2017 — During the past two years we often heard many complaints about the politics of guns: “Why are Trump and Hillary always talking about the Second Amendment?” was a constant refrain during the nearly two years of the campaign. An interesting question, no doubt. But it wasn’t the only question on the...

Trying to Make Everyone Gun Crazy

February 15, 2017 — President Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress have not been wasting any time trying to un-do some of the damage done during the Obama administration. Using the Congressional Review Act, which allows for a fast-track repeal of regulations by a simple majority, agency rules can be voided and the agency is barred...

Stretching the Range for Long Range Shooting

February 1, 2017 — Technology and the manufacturing advances it affords are changing the face of Gundom. It is now routine to be able to produce extremely accurate rifles that shoot extremely effective bullets. That’s great. As this evolutionary process goes forward, we are faced with reevaluating a few things. Specifically long-range hunting. There is...

We Can’t Say We Weren’t Warned

February 1, 2017 — San Bernardino may come back to haunt us. The result was not just 14 innocents killed and two jihadists eliminated. The aftermath became a tornado of new gun restrictions that wouldn’t have stopped the terrorists anyway, and would only make life more difficult for honest, responsible California gun owners. What the...

Magpul Gets the Last Laugh

January 12, 2017 — The United States Marine Corps has done an about-face on the use of Magpul polymer magazines. Once officially banned, the mags have not only been given the green light for training and deployment use, they are now going to be the standard magazines used by the Corps. A Magpul press release...

Some Thoughts on Terrorism

January 3, 2017 — Terrorism. It came to my backyard a little over a year ago as the Christmas season was in full swing and it has been weighing on me for the past year, but especially this Chrismas. I live in San Bernardino. Everyone in the country knows the name of my city now...

Shooting Down PC With the Black Gun

January 2, 2017 — Yes, it truly can be a happy new year. The black gun has shot holes in political correctness and by extension in the juggernaut that was embodied in national gun grabbing. Although the recent elections sent an overarching message of freedom reclamation, it is important to understand the dynamics to be...

The Supreme Court Battle That Guns Won

Monday, January 2, 2017 — The victory for concealed gun carriers in California was short-lived. In February 2014 a 3-judge panel of the 9th District Circuit Court decided in favor of Edward Peruta in a 2009 case versus San Diego County which  affirmed the right of responsible, law-abiding citizens with a permit to carry a...

PA – Gun Crime – New York weighs in on Wal-Mart’s sale of ammo in Valley shooting spree

A NEW YORK CITY PUBLIC WATCHDOG HAS JOINED THE FAMILIES OF THREE LEHIGH VALLEY RESIDENTS IN PENNSYLVANIA MURDERED IN A JULY 2015 SHOOTING SPREE IN THEIR EFFORT TO HOLD WAL-MART RESPONSIBLE FOR ALLEGEDLY SELLING THE AMMUNITION USED IN THE KILLINGS TO AN UNDERAGE CUSTOMER.

Let The Liberals Swim In Their Own (Cess) Pools

December 16, 2016 — Things have been tense since the election. There’s been a lot of hand-wringing and sharing of emotions. Questions like “how do I explain this election to my three-year-old?” and statements like “I don’t think I can date anyone in this toxic environment” have made headlines. Women are chopping off their hair...

Stop the National Carry Permit, ‘Gun Guys’ Pushing in Wrong Direction

December 12, 2016 — The lamestream media told you: “Do you have a firearms carry permit Mr. Trump?”  “Yes.”  “Are you for law and order?”  “Yes. Law and order is very important.” The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that: The last thing you ever want is to have the federal government issuing national — or any — firearm...

The Conservative Conflict On The Use Of Public Lands

December 1, 2016 — Pitting political conservatives versus other political conservatives is no way to win. Yet, that’s the upcoming struggle that has been forming for several years over how public lands, mostly in the West, should be decided. One way — the present way — is to continue having the federal government land agencies, primarily...

Population Density May Be One Cause Of Electoral Gun Rights

December 1, 2016 — It is better to have a gun and not need it than to need it and not have it. Is something really big – I mean BIG – going down in the United States and around the world that has not yet made itself totally clear? If so, should we be...

Boxer Proposes To Ignore Gun Owners in Fly-Over Country

November 15, 2016 — In the wreckage of the American political and social landscape following Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton, a lot of people are saying a lot of things. One of the predictable discussions following the election is the disparaging of the Electoral College. On Election Night I watched the numbers, pretty confident that...

#CalExit, the Popular Movement for California to Secede from the Union

November 11, 2016 — Let me just say this right off the bat: I am not a big fan of Donald Trump. I will add “yet” because I’m willing to give him a chance. It was the same way with Barrack Obama, his first term – not a big fan but willing to give him...

Donald Trump and the Dying Groans of Gun Control

November 10, 2016 — There was a reason the NRA ponied up so much money, in the millions, no less. They saw their best bet was to invest in Donald Trump. No small thing, that. It wasn’t that he became a life member. It wasn’t because he had two sons who set the table with...

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