Monthly Archives: January 2017

At What Point Does It Become Secession?

This. Seriously, when does it cross a line from nutty coastal enclaves and become a statewide insurrection, that is, a secession? Because I thought we’d all been taught that the secession question had been answered for good, you know.

Posted in Declaration of War, Defending the Homeland | 6 Comments

Detox, Day 2

It’s Day 2 of my self-imposed detox from the  news, the fake news, and political/cultural blogs, and any TV shows that deal with sarcasm, product advertisements (curse you Shiplap!) and intellectual vacuums known as reality programming. Which leaves me with … Continue reading

Posted in Humor, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Quarter-Ton Wild Hog, Shot by 17-Year-Old Virginian

That’s a big hog. The biggest of the three pigs I’ve shot was roughly a quarter of that. There’s a young man who knows how to handle himself. GOOD.

Posted in Arms and the Citizen, Hunting, Readiness | 5 Comments

(This Is Not My Basement. But I Like It.)

DaveO’s post earlier is damn-near impossible to top, but I thought this might be a good accompaniment. Thanks to Wang, who sent it in.

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Advice for the New Survivalists

Imitation is said to be the sincerest form of flattery, but imitation combined with ignorance is just plain dangerous. Stemming from the fear and calamity of Trumpismo is a very curious trend. People of the Left are arming themselves. With … Continue reading

Posted in Gear, Hunting, The Art of the Rifle | 6 Comments

State Department Leadership Vacancies

While the chattering classes gasp and wheeze, I view this as a positive development: Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s job running the State Department just got considerably more difficult. The entire senior level of management officials resigned Wednesday, part of … Continue reading

Posted in Diplomacy, Idiocy | 2 Comments

POTUS Taps Philip Bilden for SecNav

A very interesting choice. RTWT. What say you? If you say, “He was never in the Navy!” then I say, “Neither was Theodore Roosevelt.” (Or Frank the Cripple. Or Winston Churchill.) Like I said– i n t e r e … Continue reading

Posted in Navy | 1 Comment