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  • The Missing Link To An Armed Citizenry!

    02/01/2013 10:41:17 AM PST · by Ohioan · 12 replies
    Truth Based Logic ^ | February 1, 2013 | William Flax
    While the present Administration ignores both Washington's wise counsel & his clear understanding of male psychology, President Obama's Secretary of Defense, denies both the role of Congress, the Chivalric Code & all human experience in a bizarre January order for all branches of the Armed Forces to place women in combat units by 2016. Will further eroding a sense of male responsibility serve any constructive purpose, in dealing with any contemporary problem? Will trashing what have always been constructive male roles--the responsibility of young men to defend their society--contribute anything positive toward dealing with the rash of atrocities committed by...
  • Man Cleared for Killing Neighbor's Burglars - 'Castle Doctrine' Gives Texans Unprecedented .....

    06/30/2008 5:14:58 PM PDT · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 99 replies · 739+ views
    ABC News ^ | June 30, 2008 | CHRIS BURY and HOWARD L. ROSENBERG
    'Castle Doctrine' Gives Texans Unprecedented Authority to Take Action Against Intruders A Texas man who shot and killed two men he believed to be burglarizing his neighbor's home won't be going to trial. A grand jury today failed to indict Joe Horn, a 61-year-old computer technician who lives in an affluent subdivision in Pasadena, Texas.In the Lone Star state, where the six-gun tamed the frontier, shooting bad guys is a time-honored tradition, and Horn's case centered on a Texas state law based on the old idea that "a man's home is his castle." The "castle law" gives Texans unprecedented legal...
  • WE'RE THE GOOD GUYS!

    10/05/2002 1:24:46 PM PDT · by forest · 8 replies · 398+ views
    Fiedor Report On the News #290 ^ | 10-6-02 | Ed Kelleher
    by Ed Kelleher** Pres@SCFirearms.org "Gun Group Wants People Packing Heat in Schools," read the typical newspaper headline. "Not in MY kids school, you won't!" read the typical letter to the editor. Both were reactions to one of the "reasonable" gun law reforms we had proposed to our state legislature. South Carolina Concealed Weapon Permit (CWP) holders wanted to be able to carry in school parking lots while dropping their kids off at school. GrassRoots GunRights, a South Carolina organization of CWP holders and active gun owners, had included that in a list of changes to our states gun laws. We...