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  • CZ P09 Duty Pistol 19+1 9mm (video only)

    07/15/2013 11:18:06 AM PDT · by servo1969 · 20 replies ^ | 6-21-2013 | sootch00
    Fun Gun Reviews Presents: The CZ P09 Duty Model 9mm Pistol. This is a full size Polymer Framed handgun that has a magazine capacity of 19+1, which makes it the highest capacity of any other 9mm pistol with a flush fit magazine in the industry.
  • Hard Times Rifles.

    06/11/2012 8:27:39 AM PDT · by Lowell1775 · 49 replies
    Open Source Survival site ^ | June 10, 2012 | Brother Rat
    Well the Big Brown Truck of happiness, dropped off the scope and rings I ordered a while ago. This is what I settled on for the Hard times rifle in the optics department, based on the following Philosophy of the Modern Longhunter and anticipated uses/needs. Function and Feature priority A manual action rifle, capable of engaging small game up to White Tailed Deer sized medium game at 25-500 yards. Magazine or stripper clip fed Mid range optic capable Back up Iron sights standard An easily procurable caliber with lots of reload data Under 8lb with optic and magazine Low recoil...
  • Troll Time !

    12/27/2005 9:21:39 AM PST · by genefromjersey · 307 replies · 3,993+ views
    12/27/05 | vanity
    There’s No Business Like Troll Business ! If you post on any “message boards” , you’re probably well aware of Internet Trolls. These are people with a “MESSAGE “ – usually a hateful one - and they insist on plastering it all over the message boards – regardless of what topic is being discussed. One of the message boards I read has become clogged with Neo-Nazi/ Aryan Identity / New Klux Klan posters : all of whom flood the board with “ The Jews Are Out To Get You “ crap. They express solidarity with their Arab counterparts ,and distress...
  • U.S. slipped as China rose in Latin America

    12/26/2005 1:13:11 PM PST · by FerdieMurphy · 44 replies · 1,111+ views
    Miami Herald ^ | 12/26/2005 | A. Oppenheimer
    When historians in the future look back at the year 2005, they will describe it as the year in which the United States lost much of its once almighty influence in Latin America, and former outsiders -- such as China -- began to play a modest but rapidly growing role in hemispheric affairs.Some researchers are likely to say the loss of U.S. clout in the region was due to the the rise of hostile regional subpowers such as oil-rich Venezuela, which won growing influence thanks to a combination of checkbook diplomacy and populist demagoguery. Others will say it was a...
  • 10,000 gather for Kwanzaa in Chicago

    12/26/2005 11:33:44 AM PST · by ncountylee · 187 replies · 3,933+ views
    UPI ^ | 12/26/2005
    CHICAGO, Dec. 26 (UPI) -- The largest annual Kwanzaa celebration of African-American culture in the United States began Monday at Malcolm X College in Chicago. Ayoka Samuels, a consultant for the college's Kwanzaa committee said a major misconception is that about the seven-day festival is that it's meant to be "the black Christmas," the Chicago Sun-Times said. Samuels said many who celebrate it do substitute it for Christmas, and if gifts are exchanged, they must be either educational or a symbol of African heritage. Maulana Ron Karenga, now a professor of black studies at California State University, Long Beach, created...
  • Bitter Debate Over 'Bithright Citizenship'

    12/26/2005 10:07:06 AM PST · by Sub-Driver · 77 replies · 1,290+ views
    Bitter Debate Over 'Bithright Citizenship' By DAVID CRARY, AP National Writer 16 minutes ago A proposal to change long-standing federal policy and deny citizenship to babies born to illegal immigrants on U.S. soil ran aground this month in Congress, but it is sure to resurface — kindling bitter debate even if it fails to become law. At issue is "birthright citizenship" — provided for since the Constitution's 14th Amendment was ratified in 1868. Section 1 of that amendment, drafted with freed slaves in mind, says: "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof,...
  • Black minister: Say 'no' to Kwanzaa

    12/26/2005 6:38:49 AM PST · by Abathar · 81 replies · 3,004+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | December 21, 2004 |
    Blacks should be outraged by attempts to stamp out Christianity from Christmas celebrations while accepting Kwanzaa as mainstream, says a black minister. Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, founder and president of BOND, Brotherhood Organization of A New Destiny, and author of WND Books' "Scam," notes that while public school administrators and city officials attempt to ban nativity scenes, Christmas carols, candy canes and even Christmas trees from public places, Kwanzaa has been accepted as mainstream. While commonly viewed as an "African" holiday, observed from Dec. 26 to Jan. 1, Kwanzaa actually was created in the U.S. in 1966 by Dr. Maulana...
  • Bush to Shake up Team

    12/25/2005 4:11:34 PM PST · by TRY ONE · 105 replies · 3,662+ views
    Heard from a reliable source that Bush is going to shake up his Staff after New Year. As a minimum Andy Card is going to be replaced by Bush's best friend and former Commerce Secetary, Don Evans. More later.
  • Prince Charles may change name to George

    12/25/2005 12:31:52 PM PST · by Neville72 · 154 replies · 3,307+ views
    Times of London ^ | 12/24/2005 | Andrew Pierce
    THE Prince of Wales has discussed rejecting the title Charles III when he becomes King to avoid unhappy associations with some of the bloodiest periods in the monarchy’s history. The Prince’s favourite alternative name is George VII, in honour of his grandfather — one of the best-loved monarchs of the past century. The Times has spoken to two trusted friends of the Prince, who both said that the change to George has been considered seriously. One said: “There have been many conversations with the Prince about this. It is an assumption among us all that it will happen. “The name...
  • Today Show's Misleading ANWR Mountains

    12/23/2005 1:01:39 PM PST · by the anti-liberal · 85 replies · 2,718+ views ^ | December 23, 2005 | Mark Finkelstein
    Today Show's Misleading ANWR MountainsPosted by Mark Finkelstein on December 23, 2005 - 07:31. In reporting what it called a "big win" for Senate Democrats in killing off drilling in ANWR, this morning's Today show aired footage of gorgeous snow-capped mountains, similar to the file photo to the right.There's only one little problem.  The drilling in ANWR won't take place anywhere near those mountains.  It will occur on barren coastal plains far away.  A few years ago, attempting to break through the ice-jam of blather over the issue, the National Review's Jonah Goldberg took a trip up there himself.  Here's one of...
  • House stays up late over GOP effort to open refuge to oil drilling

    12/18/2005 11:28:58 PM PST · by ncountylee · 16 replies · 648+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | Dec. 18, 2005 | DAVID IVANOVICH
    WASHINGTON - Republican leaders huddled into the morning hours today trying to ensure passage of a bill that would open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in northern Alaska to oil and gas exploration. House GOP leaders worked to quell a rebellion by moderate Republicans unhappy with the strategy to attach the drilling language to a Defense Department spending bill. The battle could become even more intense later this week in the Senate, where Democrats have vowed to try to strip the drilling language from the legislation. The wildlife refuge is believed to hold some 10 billion barrels of recoverable crude...
  • Christmas is cancelled

    12/19/2005 4:16:50 AM PST · by Clive · 11 replies · 540+ views
    Dear Family and Friends, I think if you could ask any Zimbabwean what three things they most wanted for Christmas in 2005, the answers would be the same in almost all households. Firstly we want food security in all areas: we want food growing on our farms, food stacked in silos and warehouses and food in our pantries and on our tables. After seventy months of turmoil, food security would be a blessed gift for every Zimbabwean. Secondly this Christmas we want our families. I don't think I know a single family which does not have some or most of...
  • Demonstrators say King Tut exhibit depicts wrong skin color

    12/18/2005 12:08:30 PM PST · by Rebelbase · 150 replies · 33,570+ views ^ | Dec. 17, 2005 | MACOLLVIE JEAN-FRANCOIS
    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - A "King Tut is back and he's still black" placard drew the gaze of visitors making their way to view the acclaimed exhibit at the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale Saturday. Across from the entrance, about 25 demonstrators donning T-shirts marked with various pro-black slogans held up the placards. Waving the red, black and green African flag, at times moving to the beat of djembe drums on the sidewalk, they asked drivers in passing cars to honk in support of their goal: reminding people not to take the lighter-skinned portrait of King Tutankhamun on display...
  • Illegals bill drops felony provision

    12/15/2005 6:03:42 AM PST · by jackbenimble · 83 replies · 1,229+ views
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES ^ | December 15, 2005 | Stephen Dinan
    The House Judiciary Committee chairman yesterday backed off his provision to make illegal aliens felons and instead proposed a misdemeanor charge for unlawful presence, angering some Republicans who wanted the higher penalty. The House is expected to vote today on a border enforcement and employee work verification bill, which calls for more U.S. Border Patrol agents, mandatory database checks of employees' eligibility to work, expanding expedited removal of illegal aliens and allowing sheriffs along the border to help enforce immigration law. Some Republicans already were threatening to try to block the bill if they didn't get a chance to vote...
  • bone Chilling quote on DDT usage in 3rd world countries

    12/14/2005 8:10:27 AM PST · by SusanD · 19 replies · 1,237+ views ^ | 1999 | J. Gordon Edwards and Steven Milloy
    Population control advocates blamed DDT for increasing third world population. In the 1960s, World Health Organization authorities believed there was no alternative to the overpopulation problem but to assure than up to 40 percent of the children in poor nations would die of malaria. As an official of the Agency for International Development stated, "Rather dead than alive and riotously reproducing." [Desowitz, RS. 1992. Malaria Capers, W.W. Norton & Company]
  • Armed Gangs on Rampage

    12/13/2005 10:47:51 AM PST · by o_zarkman44 · 208 replies · 6,556+ views
    The Sidney World Herald ^ | Dec 13, 2005 | By Malcolm Brown, Les Kennedy, Jared Wormald and Robert Wainwright
    SYDNEY erupted in a second night of racial violence last night as Middle Eastern mobs fired shots into the air, attacked women and smashed shops around Cronulla, while up to 600 young men - armed with guns and crowbars - prepared for a battle. In a terrifying escalation of the conflict, up to 70 cars from Hurstville and possibly Lakemba invaded Cronulla and Brighton-le-Sands to launch revenge attacks, following the vicious attacks by Cronulla locals on people of Middle Eastern appearance on Sunday. Twenty carloads of men arrived at Cronulla by about 10.30pm, smashing shops, and cars in Elouera Road,...
  • Fires rage in Britain’s fifth largest oil depot after three or four unexplained explosions

    12/12/2005 9:03:25 AM PST · by strategofr · 32 replies · 1,061+ views
    debka ^ | December 11, 2005, 11:33 AM (GMT+02:00)
    Fires continue to rage in Britain’s fifth largest oil depot at Buncefield near near London after three or four unexplained explosions which sent shocks across SE England. Some 43 people were injured in the blasts which sent a huge fireball shooting 200ft in the air early Sunday. Half the depot and refinery installations were destroyed and the neighboring industrial estate badly damaged. Windows were blown out miles away. Thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes in surrounding towns and suburbs of Hemel Hempstead, St. Albans and Leverstock Green as a cloud of black smoke drifts east. The Hertfordshire...
  • Report: California Unprepared for Tsunami

    12/12/2005 1:52:38 AM PST · by Rebelbase · 40 replies · 858+ views & AP ^ | December 12, 2005 | ALICIA CHANG
    LOS ANGELES - Tsunami waves generated by a large offshore earthquake would threaten at least 1 million coastal residents in California and inundate the nation's largest port complex, according to a new report. The bleak study being released Monday found gaps in the state's readiness to handle a tsunami, including flaws in the existing warning system, lack of evacuation plans by coastal communities, and building codes that don't take into account tsunami-strength surges. In addition, many residents are unaware of the potential danger of tsunami waves and wouldn't know how to respond, the report said. "I don't think we're ready...
  • Police move to quell more violence (Aussie riots)

    12/12/2005 4:10:09 AM PST · by Aussie Dasher · 20 replies · 878+ views
    Herald Sun ^ | 12 December 2005
    POLICE moved quickly to prevent violence at potential new flashpoints in Sydney tonight following some of the worst race-based clashes ever seen in Australia. Police guarding against any repeat of yesterday's race riot at Cronulla tonight blocked off streets around the Lakemba Mosque, in Sydney's south-west, after about 500 mostly Muslim men gathered, apparently after rumours of an imminent attack on the building. Rocks and flares were thrown at police as the crowd dispersed, police said, and although no one was injured, tensions tonight remained high among Australians of Middle Eastern background, who were targeted in yesterday's race riot at...
  • CRONULLA ERUPTS AGAIN (More racial strife in Australia)

    12/12/2005 4:34:25 AM PST · by Fair Go · 32 replies · 1,485+ views
    Sky News ^ | 12 Dec 05
    CRONULLA ERUPTS AGAIN Violence has again erupted in Cronulla, in Sydney's south, with reports that many car loads of Middle Eastern youths have descend on the suburb wielding baseball bats. Despite an increase in police presence, the youths have managed to get through and are causing what is being described as extensive damage. Police are warning people to avoid the area. It has not been confirmed whether the groups came from the demonstrations staged at Lakemba Mosque, in the city's south west, earlier this evening. A group, which at one stage numbered in the thousands, gathered outside the Mosque chanting...