Saturday, December 29, 2012

ADHD is the tonsillectomy for the new age

Sir Ken Robinson compares the current wave of ADHD diagnoses to the "plague" of tonsil removals during the mid-20th Century. He argues that while ADHD may be a real condition, it is currently being over-diagnosed to treat children underperforming among rigid, one-size-fits-all educational systems.

The real problem is that intelligent parents have come to the sad realization that college (most particularly with the liberal arts) degrees are not worth the paper any are printed on...

Of course in the real world talent and intelligence is the deciding factor, counter to all of the indoctrination and political correctness funneled into the typical college puke. Most under and unemployed college nitwits without talent will of course continue to defend the pathetic higher indoctrination system. This pathetic “education” system produces compliant obedient workers and this country needs talent, skills and thinkers not what the corporate masters want obedient stupid consumers and robots.

As far as ADHD from the CDC website and interesting trend, not attached to wealth but insurance coverage - a little research does wonders.

The prevalence of reported ADHD diagnosis was significantly higher among non-Hispanic, primarily English-speaking, and insured children. Moreover, prevalence rates were significantly higher for children in families in which the most highly educated adult was a high school graduate (or had completed 12 years of education), compared with children in families in which the most highly educated adult had a higher or lower level of education. ADHD diagnosis among males was reported significantly more often in families with incomes below the poverty threshold than in families with incomes at or above the poverty threshold. Rates of reported diagnosis among females were not significantly different across the three levels of poverty. Prevalence varied substantially by state, from a low of 5.0% in Colorado to a high of 11.1% in Alabama (Figure 2).


...the warm, the richly coloured, the infinitely friendly world of soma-holiday. How kind, how good-looking, how delightfully amusing every one was!  - Brave New World


The epidemic of anti-depressants.



People don't get it. The media don't get it and they don't want to get it. Billions of dollars are riding on the drugs Dr. Lynne Fenton may have prescribed to her patient, James Holmes, the accused Batman shooter.
And when billions of dollars in potentially lost revenue are hanging in the balance, the interested parties take action. They're serious about their money. They don't screw around.
So right now, in Aurora, there are pharmaceutical people on the scene. Not just low-level goofballs, but competent investigators. They want to know what drugs James Holmes was prescribed. They need to know. And behind the scenes, people with clout are making phone calls. These pharma types are talking to government agents and it's crazy time and damage-control time, and nobody is laughing. This is a high-stakes game. WHAT DRUGS WAS HOLMES TAKING?

This is not the first time it is obvious mental warping medications have been questioned in connection to high-profile narcissistic, attention seeking, Hollywood/Video Game style shootings.

School Shootings Linked to SSRI Antidepressants, MSM does not report

Why did they do it? An Inquiry Into the School Shootings in America

The massacre at Columbine High School took place on April 20, 1999. Astonishingly, for eight days after the tragedy, during thousands of hours of prime-time television coverage, virtually no one mentioned the word “drugs.” 
Then the issue was opened. Eric Harris, one of the shooters at Columbine, was on at least one drug. The NY Times of April 29, 1999, and other papers reported that Harris was rejected from enlisting in the Marines for medical reasons. A friend of the family told the Times that Harris was being treated by a psychiatrist. 
And then several sources told the Washington Post that the drug prescribed as treatment was Luvox, manufactured by Solvay. In two more days, the “drug-issue” was gone.

Friday, December 28, 2012

Heartless witch Feinstein, gleefully dances on corpses


How do we know Senator Feinstein is a heartless witch of a political whore?

Because her cries of "for the children" are drowned out by the blasts from Obama's drones, drones that have killed many times over the numbers of children killed in the US in mass shooting attacks.

If she or any other liberal gave a damn about children then where, I ask, is the concern for the deaths by the hundreds of thousands now for our wars of petroleum access?

Does she somehow place more value on little kids in the US over a bunch of kids in Muslim countries killed with our taxes, and if so is that "racism" I would say - yes.

The title of her bill will be:

"Stopping the spread of deadly assault weapons"

In January, Senator Feinstein will introduce a bill to stop the sale, transfer, importation and manufacturing of military-style assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition feeding devices.

To receive updates on this legislation, click here: Assault weapons bill

Summary of 2013 legislation:

Following is a summary of the 2013 legislation (with additions* on the real effects on gun owners):

1. Bans the sale, transfer, importation, or manufacturing of:

120 specifically-named firearms;

Certain other semiautomatic rifles, handguns, shotguns that can accept a detachable magazine and have one or more military characteristics; and

Semiautomatic rifles and handguns with a fixed magazine that can accept more than 10 rounds*.

* In Red is the real crux of the issue, magazines of standard capacity and scary looking rifles, of course all but the ignorant understand that function does not change with the external look of the rifle nor does it's lethality. Sadly the idea for banning magazines came from none other than Bill Ruger himself trying to protect sales for his pathetic cheap nock off rifle the mini-14 to review this see treachery of Ruger.

2. Strengthens the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban and various state bans by:

Moving from a 2-characteristic test to a 1-characteristic test*;

Eliminating the easy-to-remove bayonet mounts and flash suppressors from the characteristics test; and

Banning firearms with “thumbhole stocks” and “bullet buttons” to address attempts to “work around” prior bans*.

*The "characteristics test" was basically superficial and is the basic reason the original "assault weapon" bill had NO EFFECT on crime. The named characteristics are: Telescoping or folding stock, pistol grip, grenade launch adaptor, magazine outside of the pistol grip, threaded barrel, barrel shroud, a self-loading version of an automatic firearm, pistol grip, more than five rounds in a shotgun, detachable magazine.

*Because the AWB was based on visual "scary features" and not the actual function or design "work around" features were common, and of course legal, when you make a law based on a mistaken concept and with ignorance you can expect that "the letter of the law" will become the only functioning portion.

3. Bans large-capacity ammunition feeding devices capable of accepting more than 10 rounds*.

*The typical misnomer of "large-capacity" shows the propaganda value or ignorance of firearms. The limit of ten rounds was never a "standard" pistols have had a capacity of over ten rounds as a standard from the year 1923 after Dieudonne Saive's FN patent.

4. Protects (bends over a barrel) legitimate hunters and the rights of existing gun owners* by:

"Grandfathering" weapons legally possessed on the date of enactment;

Exempting over 900 specifically-named weapons used for hunting or sporting purposes; and

Exempting antique, manually-operated, and permanently disabled weapons*.

*As you will see in following text this is completely false, antique and deactivated firearms are covered under other laws and this law will not change the existing laws. Grandfathering existing firearms will only be valid without the registration portion.

5. Requires that grandfathered weapons be registered under the National Firearms Act, to include:

Background check of owner and any transferee*;

Type and serial number of the firearm;

Positive identification, including photograph and fingerprint;

Certification from local law enforcement of identity and that possession would not violate State or local law; and

Dedicated funding for ATF to implement registration*.

*The NFA registration requires an FFL to add what is known as Special Occupation Taxpayer (SOT) "stamp" to become a "class 3 dealer" for automatic firearms. The Feinstein bill will force current owners of standard autoloading firearms to add a NFA firearm SOT stamp this will translate to the following:

Obtain approval from the ATF

Obtain a signature from the Chief Law Enforcement Officer (CLEO) who is the county sheriff or city or town chief of police (you can guarantee that some anti-gun areas will in effect ban your guns, setting you up for confiscation of arrest).

Pass an extensive background check to include submitting a photograph and fingerprints

Fully register the firearm and gain approval from local officials

Receive ATF written permission before moving the firearm across state lines and when moving to a new residence

Pay a $200.00 tax for EACH firearm

To sell or transfer the ownership of each firearm requires ATF Form 4, payment of the tax, and prior approval

*Currently expanding the role of BATFE will prove disastrous, the BATFE has proven itself incompetent to handle the current NFA registered firearms.

BATFE is implicated in corrupt politically based illegal acts such as:

The reprehensible harassment of citizens by malum prohibitum charges

The botched Ruby Ridge and Waco murders

The "computer scandal"

The harassment, intimidation and verbal abuse by ATF Agents under the notorious gun show "Pilot Program, where gun show attendees were stopped by agents as they returned home, then detained while being interrogated, and many had their purchases confiscated by ATF agents. The purchasers were compelled by an ATF letter to appear at ATF offices to explain and justify their purchases.

The death toll from the politically motivated fraud known as  "Fast and Furious", "Too Hot to Handle", "Project Gunrunner", and "Wide Receiver" scandal continues to rise.

Thursday, December 27, 2012

The hypocrites dancing on corpses 2

By now many of you may have seen the video spots for gun control, the above is how that spot should actually be presented.

Because as you know by now that Obama is directly responsible for the murder of more children and civilians than any mentally ill drugged up mass-shooting murderer that the above hypocrites are trying to use politically.

The hypocrites dancing on corpses

Whores, hypocrites, dancing on corpses.

Smiling actor? WTF?

A pox on their houses, all of them - left, right, and stupid!

While statist bully-by-proxy "journalist" whores like the disgraced philandering Piers Morgan dance gleefully on the corpses of the victims of drug addled mentally incompetent predators not a lot of protest for the hundreds of civilians, including children killed under the order of the US government. Your tax dollars paying for murdering far more children than this recent media feeding frenzy.

The United States government has made hundreds of attacks on targets drones controlled by the Central Intelligence Agency (The CIA BTW is now in direct control of all the US military special forces - look that scary fact up!).

This is under the bizarre title of "the war on terror" a bullshit term to cover for the death and profiteering under the military industrial complex.

These strikes (and civilian deaths) have increased to about 300 under the Presidency of Barack Obama.

"drone missiles cause collateral damage. A few militants are killed, but the majority of victims are innocent citizens." - Pakistan's Interior Minister Malik

Is this accurate, I am afraid as you see below it likely is very true.

Reports of the number of militants versus civilian casualties differ.

We could say that is an understatement, with the history of false flag attacks in our history and the long verified history of the US government lying I am sure there will be "discrepancies" in the reports.

"drone strikes may have killed 10 or so civilians for every mid- and high-ranking [al Qaeda and Taliban] leader." - Daniel L. Byman, Brookings Institution.

The CIA of course believes that the strikes from May 2010 have killed 600 or more militants and have not caused any civilian fatalities. - Fat chance that is accurate.

"between 391 – 780 civilians were killed out of a total of between 1,658 and 2,597 and that 160 children are reported among the deaths." - Bureau of Investigative Journalism

Since President Obama took office at least 50 civilians were killed in follow-up strikes when they had gone to help victims and more than 20 civilians have also been attacked in deliberate strikes on funerals and mourners. Just a few days ago another sociopathic murderer set fire to a house and used that to ambush some firefighters, I have to ask myself, what is so different in that to a follow-up drone strike?

George (the retarded monkey) W Bush had his handlers (puppet masters) have him institute water torture, in the Tokyo Trials (International Military Tribunal for the Far East) post World War II, manh Japanese soldiers were charged with torture. Japanese soldiers convicted by American judges were hanged, and others received lengthy prison sentences or time in labor camps for water-boarding. Even in the US In 1981 Texas sheriff James Parker and three of his deputies were convicted for conspiring to force confessions by suffocating water torture. (the placement of a towel over the nose and mouth of the prisoner and the pouring of water in the towel until the prisoner began to move, jerk, or otherwise indicate that he was suffocating and/or drowning). The sheriff was sentenced to ten years in prison, and the deputies to four years

(See R. John Pritchard, The Tokyo War Crimes Trial: The Complete Transcripts of the Proceedings of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East. and Yuma Totani, history professor UNLV, Drop by Drop: Forgetting the History of Water Torture in U.S. Courts.)

Did anything come of that war crime?

Where is the shrieking of the media whores over the deaths of children by drone explosion? What happened to all the calls for Monkey Bush to be arrested for war crimes - somehow I clearly see that both the indoctrinated left-liberal-progressives and the statist ignorant flag-wrapped republican robots have no real testicular fortitude, nor care one bit "about the children" they are simply brainless demagogues - woe is our future.

Note: I have no solid position on the validity of the recent shooting, the above videos point out some strange things related, while there could be something to this I simply do not know, what I do know is that something is fishy.

LEOs out of bounds, the future we can expect

LEOs on the road getting to third base? The thin blue line now includes the blue examination gloves.

"Fast and furious" guns kill again.

What can you expect?

Monday, December 17, 2012

No father, SSRI drugs, mental illness, feminization

So another fatherless, mentally ill, drugged up "boy" a product of the "let's not fix this problem but rather wash it in drugs and talk about it" feminization culture blows a fuse and jostles for attention by doing a despicable cowardly act.

Simply MEN don't do this... thugs, mental defectives, whining pussies, and drug addled worms may think about it but MEN do not, the attention is not needed.

When have any of the "as of late" SSRI drugged up pussies picked a location of armed individuals, like a police station or gun show to try and shoot-up?

All of them, simple weak whining pussies wanting attention, and they get that attention thanks to the whores in the media. No matter that the biggest killer of children is currently the US using tax funded bombs and drones...

How do we prevent this type of attention whore murderer? Can we even prevent some low level gamma or delta whining bitch from finding the largest pen of the helpless?

I get the feeling that little twats like this need a fatherly boot in the ass, some exposure to manliness to fill an obvious gap in a rootless directionless life. The voids of masculinity in a boys life that have been filled with feminine "talk-not-fix" political correctness and video game stimulation are giving us an endless stream of zombie-druged empty androgynous drones.

I am not even suggesting the typical brainless "team" sports to fill this void, it may work on the weak-minded but I am more concerned that once the activity stops there is no mental exercise, no direction, no concept of real self-control.

Just about every parent wants to protect the brood, our problem is in a massive inability to set aside parental narcissism and identify problems, and hopefully work to fix the problems.

I could go into a multi-page tirade on the worthlessness of far too many "manginas (man vagina)" as fathers but that also would lead to an equal bashing of women who abuse the culture and more or less take advantage of the current mangina culture and abuse the long parade of beta, gamma, and delta males in this country.

Sometimes I wish I did drink, seems like there are some instances where shutting up and downing a shot of strong whisky seems... appropriate.

Do we want Mexico or Israeli style militarized schools?

Will liberal bully-by-proxy bed-wetters ever learn to use the correct words and understand that hollywood is not where you get accurate information about the technical effects of specific firearms?

Will the whores in the established and controlled media stop setting up the main reason for this despicable behavior (attention seeking).

Will we ever be a country that values manliness again?

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Chuck Woolery on Assault Weapons

How stupid can the anti-gun bully-by-proxy feminized deltas get - Chuck shows them the door with a bit of wit and a few bumper sticker worthy points.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

The wool blanket and sleeping kits

I wanted to add to other posts about camp clothing, bedding, and related items (with an eye on how that applies to GOOD or 72 hour kits).

As luck would have it I am not allergic to wool,  here in the mountains I have learned long ago that no matter how good (or expensive) some yuppie products, I always return to wool.

I have tried five very expensive outer wear sets in the past, in one excessively expensive Gore-tex camouflage jacket and bib set I just about killed myself trusting to the garment to work like I needed. That experience caused me to swear off the yuppie crap and go for the traditional products, or at least products I could trust. I can always trust wool, you pay for this with weight because wool is heavy but by golly it works (even somewhat well when wet), lasts forever (care to keep the insects away) and is tough under heavy use.

I was trying to find alternatives to synthetics and down (waterfowl products) for sleeping kits as I refuse to use down after several questionable products and several unfortunate events involving water.

One underlying problem with backpacking is weight and water, you have never seen miserable until you drench your down bag with water.

Three days into rain and snow mix on an elk hunting trip and a trail of water formed into my sleeping kit from a large canvas long-term-use tent (the big horse packing style tents).

Once it is drenched down is worthless.

Now of course some would say I may lack the skills needed to keep a sleeping bag dry, and that may well be true, in the end I am a beast, hard on some equipment and take trips in the worst of weather.

I have tried down several times after my first drenching only to have similar problems, wear issues (typically down bags are inside flimsy easy to rip covers) and even one fire. So in my quest to find a sleeping kit and explore other options I started looking over the "old-west-cowboy" bed-rolls and wool sleeping kits. I have found the following you may also be interested in watching.

Several thoughts about a kit - warm, resistance to weather, long wear, then weight, I am of course thinking about hunting and prepping instances, if you are forced to grab your GOOD bag a tough option that works under crap circumstances may be the ticket. (I don't think they will give you the choice of good weather under a forced bug out.)

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Killed on duty, a close look at details

The most recent facts available from the FBI on Law Enforcement Officers killed while on duty. The entire set of details are here.


I am most interested in this information: Officers Feloniously Killed

Here is an example of the ignorant and incorrect information we will see from "so called" gun owners who are typically so "Zumboed" in their rotten statist brains that they do not understand that their ignorance is only helping the anti-gunners.

A man who is open carrying will be robbed of his gun. There is a place for guns, but not on ones hip amongst the general public unless you want to be target. Criminals always have the jump on you, you never see it coming. Open carry does not deter anyone, it only marks you as a target. For the record 50% of police officers who are shot are shot with their own weapon. - Internet commandos obsessed with "tactical"
So I wanted to review the actual FACTS because it seems that so many are so conditioned to believe that begging for a right and then paying for that begging (CCW) somehow gives the lemming some sort of "superior" state-approved mantle of authority.

FACT: In 2010, 56 law enforcement officers were feloniously killed in the line of duty.

FACT: Of all the officers killed in 2010, most 55 were killed with firearms.

FACT: 7 officers were killed with their own weapons. (6 if you discount Puerto Rico)

FACT: Line-of-duty deaths occurred in 22 states and Puerto Rico.

FACT: 38 of the officers feloniously killed were wearing body armor

FACT: December is the most dangerous month, Wednesday is the most dangerous day, between 8:01 p.m. and midnight the most dangerous time, 57 of the offenders had prior criminal arrests, 19 were under judicial supervision, 17 were under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and 25 offenders were white 35 were black.

I want to review just how the seven killed with their own firearms were attacked. I actually wish more information about the type of holsters and situations were available. Please feel free to add to this as a learning tool - how do the following apply if at all to an armed citizen.


A 27-year-old officer with the Riverside Police Department (RPD) was killed with his service weapon during a traffic pursuit about 9:45 p.m. on November 7. The officer, who had 4 years of law enforcement experience, was on patrol when he received information from dispatchers regarding a semi-truck that had been involved in a hit-and-run accident. The officer saw the truck and attempted to pull the vehicle over. The driver pulled the truck over and exited. The officer’s dashboard camera showed the individual removing a bar from the rear of his waistband and running into a nearby park. The officer, who was wearing body armor, called for assistance and began a foot chase. An eyewitness said that the officer slipped while chasing the man. While the officer was on the ground, the man struck the victim officer several times with the bar. At some point, the suspect disarmed the victim officer and fired three rounds at the officer from his service weapon, a .40-caliber semiautomatic handgun. Two rounds missed the officer, but the third struck him fatally in the side of the head at close range. The victim officer was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. The dashboard camera from the officer’s vehicle showed the suspect getting back in the truck and fleeing the scene. The RPD, the Inland Regional Apprehension Team, and the FBI searched for the suspect. Officers located the suspect on November 9 and kept surveillance on him until a tactical team could arrive to arrest the suspect. In the early morning of November 10, officers also recovered the victim officer’s weapon. The 44-year-old suspect, who was on parole at the time of the incident, had a prior criminal record that included violent crime, police assault, and drug and weapons violations. He was charged with Murder, Violation of Parole, and a Local Ordinance Violation.

Does this have any application to an armed citizen?


A deputy sheriff from the Weld County Sheriff’s Office was shot and killed in Evans while pursuing a robbery suspect on November 23. The 43-year-old deputy sheriff, who had 8 years of law enforcement experience, and his partner were dispatched to assist in a pursuit that was entering from a neighboring county and involved an armed and dangerous suspect that was connected with an armed robbery. Around 10:45 a.m., the deputies joined in the pursuit. Just after 11 a.m., the pursuit ended, and the suspect initially refused to exit the vehicle he was driving. The suspect was pulled from his vehicle and stood upright with his back against the vehicle. He immediately began punching, fighting, and struggling against the officers. During the altercation, the suspect and the deputies fell to the ground. The suspect gained possession of the deputy’s firearm, a .45-caliber semiautomatic handgun, and shot him three times. The victim deputy received injuries in his front upper torso/chest area and on his arms/hands. One bullet entered the deputy’s bulletproof vest at an extremely shallow angle and traveled through several layers of the vest. The bullet exited the top panel of the vest, striking the veteran deputy fatally in the head and killing him instantly. Following this, the 20-year-old suspect, who had a prior criminal record including violent crime, police assault, and drug and weapons violations, was justifiably killed by other officers at the scene.

From photographs this department seems to use a strap-lock style holster.


A 43-year-old patrol officer with the Chicago Police Department (CPD) was shot and killed in an ambush in the parking lot of the CPD’s Tactical Response Unit around 3:45 p.m. on July 7. The patrol officer, who had nearly 12 years of law enforcement experience, was standing at the back of his personal vehicle removing his gear at the end of his shift when a man approached and attacked him. The offender gained control of the veteran patrol officer’s 9 mm semiautomatic handgun and shot the patrol officer several times. The patrol officer suffered gunshot wounds to the neck, chest, and a fatal wound to the front of his head. Another officer wounded the 24-year-old man, who was arrested and charged with First-Degree Murder and 4 counts of Attempted Murder. The offender was a known drug user who had a prior criminal record that included violent crime, police assault, and drug and weapons violations. Further investigation revealed that individuals had heard him say earlier in the day that he was going to kill the police.

Photos show CPD must have a large selection of mixed leather, and hard side strap style, level 2 button style and some level one pressure fit holsters.


At 8:35 p.m. on August 6, a patrol officer with the Jackson Police Department was killed with his service weapon while transporting a prisoner. The 31-year-old patrol officer, who had 10 years of law enforcement experience, and another officer were transporting a suspect to a detention center; a third officer was in a vehicle following them. During the transport, the suspect was handcuffed but was able to escape from the vehicle and flee on foot. The veteran patrol officer, who was wearing body armor, pursued the individual on foot, while his partner and the third officer tried to cut off the man using their patrol vehicles. Shortly after losing sight of the patrol officer and suspect, the other two officers heard a gunshot but were unable to make contact with the patrol officer. The two officers contacted their command center and began a search. The victim officer was found submerged in a creek; his service weapon, a 9 mm semiautomatic handgun, was missing. The victim officer, who had been fatally shot once at close range in the front of the head, was taken by helicopter to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead. When the 24-year-old suspect was found later, he was still wearing handcuffs. He was arrested and charged with Capital Murder of a Law Enforcement Officer, Escape, and Convicted Felon in Possession of a Firearm. The suspect was a known drug user who was on probation at the time of the incident. He had a prior criminal record for violent crime, police assault, and drug and weapons violations.

Mixed leather strap-style and level 3 leather covered holsters.

North Carolina

A 62-year-old deputy sheriff with the Tippah County Sheriff’s Department, was shot and killed in Ripley around 4:30 in the morning on December 3. He and another deputy were responding to a domestic disturbance call. When they arrived on the scene, the deputies encountered an uncooperative suspect in the driveway of the residence. The first deputy was attempting to restrain the man when the suspect gained control of the deputy’s service weapon, .40-caliber semiautomatic handgun, and shot the other deputy twice. The victim deputy, a 7-year veteran of law enforcement, was struck in the front lower torso/stomach area and fatally in the front upper chest. He died at the scene. The weapon jammed after the assailant had fired the two shots, so the other deputy was able to subdue the suspect until responders arrived to assist with the arrest. The 26-year-old suspect, who was on parole at the time of the incident, was charged with Capital Murder.

No photos available.

Puerto Rico

The Puerto Rico Department of Environment and Natural Resources lost two of its rangers on March 23 at 12:30 a.m. while they were on guard duty at the agency’s facility in San Juan. Each of the rangers was 30 years old and each had nearly 6 years of law enforcement experience. Both rangers, who were wearing body armor, were going about their normal duties, unaware that two men who intended to steal their service weapons were watching them. The two men had maintained their surveillance for more than an hour when one of the rangers left the guard station to go on his rounds within the property, leaving the other ranger alone in the small building. The would-be robbers then climbed over the fence surrounding the property and entered the guard shack. One of the perpetrators, a 23-year-old man, pointed a .45-caliber handgun at the ranger. The ranger fell to the ground in surprise, and the attacker attempted to take the ranger’s 9 mm semiautomatic service handgun. A short struggle ensued as the ranger fought to keep possession of his weapon, but the attacker gained control and shot the victim ranger with the service weapon, striking him in the arms and hands. The shooter handed one of the handguns to the second perpetrator, a 35-year-old man. Meanwhile, the second ranger, who had detected the intruders, moved to a position in front of the guard station near a large rock where he opened fire on the two assailants with his service weapon, also a 9 mm semiautomatic handgun. The 23-year-old attacker was shot in the left calf. After a few more shots were exchanged, the second ranger fell to the ground, mortally wounded when a bullet from his partner’s stolen 9 mm service handgun struck him in the side of his head. The 23-year-old attacker went to the body to steal the fallen ranger’s service handgun, but he could not find the weapon. He returned to the guard station and saw that the first ranger was still moving. He shot the ranger fatally in the side of the head. Because of the attacker’s calf wound, he was unable to jump over the fence that they had scaled to enter the property. The pair then stole a truck that was parked next to the guard shack and drove it through the gate that was locked with a chain. They joined a third man, a 21-year-old, who was part of the original robbery plan, and fled to the home of the 23-year-old man. Later that morning, the 21-year-old and the 35-year-old suspects were detained in an unrelated traffic stop. When police searched the vehicle, they found the 9 mm service weapon belonging to the first victim ranger. All three men, who were known to use drugs and who were under the influence of narcotics, were subsequently arrested. The 23-year-old man was charged with Carjacking and Murder. The 35-year-old man was charged with Carjacking, Murder, Stolen Weapon, and Interstate Commerce. The 21-year-old man was charged with Possession of a Stolen Firearm and Accessory After the Fact.

Level 2 and 3 leather covered and hard side holsters.

I am looking at the other instance and will add this later.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Anti-gun statists and the gun owners that aid them


"The whole CC (concealed carry) vs. OC (open carry) debate was started by legitimate training companies to drive up sales, nothing more. Every advocate of CC versus OC is a training company, or a supporter of such companies." - AZ boots n saddles
I have to agree, our friend AZ may have a point, a point followed by something possibly darker and harder to nail down - the unconscious acceptance of government authority over a right that has become regulated.

Would there be any arguments in the gun community if concealed carry did not involve begging our oppressive government for approval to do something guaranteed by our constitution? How many recognize that our personal arms are the only personal property specifically protected by the Constitution and the anti-Federalist Bill of Rights?

Emotional and irrational statements, statistically untenable propositions, derogatory attacks and decent into juvenile verbiage - the signs of the typical statist anti-gunner, yes but sadly it has become the standard signs of the new anti-OC/only CC is viable proponents, a bunch similar to the haughty hunting-only elitists like the disgraced (black rifle hoplophobe) Zumbo.

Here is a typical anti-gun person confronted with the facts disbelief  and cognitive dissonance when their irrational fanciful FAITH is shattered with EVIDENCE.

 "Carrying a gun is very dangerous. No doubt this data will be corrected soon to show that there have been dozens (or hundreds) of deaths due to road rage, arguments over parking spaces, lover's quarrels and the like. And likely thousands of deaths due to negligent discharges. The manslaughter cases for the NDs are probably still working their way through the courts, along with the murder cases. There's no way almost 403,000 people with concealed carry licenses could only produce one murder and no manslaughters. That would mean everything I've been taught about the extreme dangers of concealed carry is wrong. And that's just ... unpossible(sic)."

No, mr. cognitive-dissonance-educationally-indoctrinated-statist it is a FACT as uncomfortable as you may think it is - it IS a fact.

The above was in response to:

"In 2009 there were 402,914 people in Texas who had Concealed Handgun Licenses. During that same year there was exactly ONE CHL holder convicted of murder, ZERO Capital Murder, ZERO Manslaughter. On that one conviction, we don’t even know if the CHL was relevant. He/she may have done murder by knife for all we know. There were 577 convictions for these crimes of citizens who did not have CHLs. Out of the 402K people who had CHLs it is reasonable to assume that there were cases in which the CHL holder used their gun in self-defense, even if no shots were fired."

 Texas state statistics may be viewed here

How about more facts: Buckeye Firearms Association

Myth 3: Concealed carry will result in increases in gun related deaths, accidents, road rage and crime in general. Letting (simple, untrained and unwashed) civilians (dirty rednecks) carry concealed will result in gun fights in the streets and the "wild west" in our neighborhoods.
Fact 3: Exactly the opposite happens. Fact 3a: As of 2002 RTC states had 24% lower total violent crime, 22% lower murder, 37% lower robbery, and 20% lower aggravated assault when compared with non-RTC states (FBI crime statistics). "Concerns that permit holders would lose their tempers in traffic accidents have been unfounded. Worries about risks to police officers have also proved unfounded...
National surveys of police show they support concealed handgun laws by a 3-1 margin... There is also not a single academic study that claims RTC laws have increased state crime rates. The debate among academics has been over how large the benefits have been" ("Should Michigan keep new concealed weapon law? Don't believe gun foe scare tactics," Detroit News, 1/14/01).

 Concealed carry statistics

 99.9% of self-defense firearms uses do not result in fatal shootings of criminals, an important factor ignored in certain "studies" that are used to claim that guns are more often misused than used for self-protection. Of incarcerated felons surveyed by the Department of Justice, 34% have been driven away, wounded, or captured by armed citizens; 40% have decided against committing crimes for fear their would-be victims were armed.

Then we deal with what you typically see from the gun-ignorant feminized statists in "journalism"

"...people shooting other people for small-time offenses, like stealing the hub caps off cars."

No factual statistics, no evidence, this statement is of course completely wrong!

"...people hitting bystanders while firing at criminals."

Wrong again.

"...people shooting at criminals then being shot by police who mistake them for criminals during gunfights."

Wrong again.

"...people simply blowing their top and waving around handguns to express their anger."

Wrong again.

"The list of things that can and will go wrong is far longer and more likely than the effective use of a handgun."

Statistical evidence has proven this not just wrong but completely opposed to the statement.

That's because 98 percent of these gun enthusiasts won't have a clue.

Nice little condescending derogatory non-fact pulled from some hack's nether parts. Not only do I have a clue, but all of the range users I meet are all far more competent and practiced than any police officer I have ever known.

They will have no idea of the laws surrounding self-protection and deadly force.

I have yet to meet a shooter that is not so well versed in the laws that police typically ignorant of (and that should be their job). How many of you are aware that many police departments have a policy of not hiring people with IQs that are "too high"?

They will receive no formal training either in using their weapon or when to use it. They will not regularly practice with that weapon to make sure they can actually hit what they are pointing at. And they most likely won't know how to maintain that weapon or take the time to do so.

Didn't we go over this stupid pathetic myth before?

Oh yea... here. (So mr. Journalist hack - please go intercourse yourself with a computer mouse)

"In short, they will have the same fire power as police officers, but without any of the training, preparation and practice to handle an actual deadly force event"

He is right on one point, most shooters I know could actually outfit several police with better firearms, equipment. Counter to what our lickspittle "journalist"so offensively has written most shooters could teach them more about the law, shooting, and politeness.

So again we see such a mass of ignorance that I would cry if I actually cared about the typically leftist statist college-puke man-vagina. (link to the above stupidity)

In conclusion, please if you are a gun owner and an advocate of gun rights understand that CC or OC both prevent crime, stop thinking that somehow the propaganda by advertisers, NRA RHINO whores, instructors who make a living helping you beg for your rights and the anti-gun statists who love to see us trash each other - remember.

Gentlemen we must all hang together or we shall surely all hang (by the neck) separately - Benjamin Franklin

 Would Banning Firearms Reduce Murder and Suicide?

 "Our conclusion from the available data is that suicide, murder and violent crime rates are determined by basic social, economic and/or cultural factors with the availability of any particular one of the world’s myriad deadly instrument being irrelevant."

Monday, October 1, 2012

The Myth of magic government/police training

"Police are trained professionals, you as a simple lowly civilian do not have the super-human skills to match the hard-core training that the police and military possess and as such are unqualified to have a firearm."

How often do we hear or see a form of the above statement?

Just how wrong is that statement?

Please consider posting a reply with more information, statistics, or videos.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

ObamaRomney on gun control

Proof that once again the NRA will sell its own grandmother into a brothel to keep that sweet political whore money pouring in...

FUCK the GOP and the little bootlicking whore that the NRA has become!

A little off subject for this blog, but I had to post it...

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Five Types Of Looters?

An excellent article on a blog I have not seen before (may add to the list). Visit and read, it is worth the time.

Five Types Of Looters You Must Prepare For

Get Into The Heads of Those to Watch For

In a collapse, not all looters are created equally. There will be varying degrees of how far a person is willing to go to survive. But even the best, most honest of people will be desperate for food and water. It’s a good idea to consider who might be approaching your doorstep before trouble shows. Stan, the Family Man Toni, the Prisoner Scorpion, the Gang Member John, the Tactically Trained Brenda, the Naysayer


Sunday, June 24, 2012

Personal critical perspective, The Kel-Tec PF-9 subcompact 9mm pistol

Personal critical perspective, The Kel-Tec PF-9 subcompact 9mm pistol.


Our additions to the collection, a pair of consecutively numbered Kel-tec PF9 pistols.

The Kel-Tec PF-9

Kel-Tec CNC Industries, an interesting little power-house of a manufacturer, the third largest handgun producer in the U.S. George Kellgren as Chief Engineer will likely continue to make a huge impact in the firearms industry for many more years.

This example of a subcompact pistol, taking the features and design work from the P-3AT and his earlier P11, is outselling the competition by a large margin.

Personal - This is a small lightweight cary pistol that has many points that make it well suited for concealed carry.

Small and thin
Can fit in a pocket
Quick reliable operation
Simple take-down
Double Action
Reasonable trigger and reasonable accuracy
Capable of shooting hand-loaded ammunition

The PF9 fits this list well and I was shocked at how accurate this little pip-squeak actually is on the range.

I do not “enjoy" shooting this pistol, more on this as I progress, I don’t have to love this pistol its reason for existing in the collection has nothing to do with recreation or even open carry, but a down and dirty backup or concealed carry.

Function - Using reloads, white box, bulk Remington and federal and my premium ammunition all worked with excellent results and without incident. I found a distressing problem with feeding with lead bullets as they would simply not function reliably, ever, this is not a huge loss because the pistol will not be used all that often and saving money on ammunition is not the priority.

The PF9 is a miniature 9mm with a high-power inspired tilting lock barrel that keeps the size very very small for a full powered handgun round.

I guess you could call the pistol ambidextrous but there are just not any features to speak of, at least not many that need any ambidextrous access for the use this pistol will fill.

The magazine release could be an issue, as it is with any small pistol there is simply just not much room and the magazine release button is at thumb level. Thinking clearly about the issue this pistol is just not designed nor would it be used for fast magazine changes - it is a “holy shit” self defense handgun for concealment - a concealed option with a full-power punch.

Take-down for cleaning is simple but not as fast as you would get with a more feature packed full-sized pistol. There is an unusual pull-pin that requires the rim of a case or a thin pry tool to remove the subsequent take-down is simple.

This pistol actually has a small mini-hammer in a protected rear slop that is double action only and non-recprocating - that is, it will not reset until the firearm is operated or the slide is actuated again.

Design flaws - The double action trigger on this pistol is smooth enough but is long as would be expected but exists inside a small trigger guard and is “pinch-prone” for larger fingers. The trigger has an exaggerated forward and lower angle with a relatively thin and pointed end. In examining the trigger it looks very similar to the profile of the trigger from the Russian Makarov pistol, but for whatever reason, unlike the Mak this tends to catch the trigger finger inside of the trigger guard and of course leaves little room in the guard for large fingers.

The non-recprocating hammer in double action is simply annoying - if it has to be double action with no single action feature at least make it capable of snapping twice if needed on a primer that is not cooperating as needed.

Small and lightweight, great for carry, painful and at best excessively “snappy” with this full sized round.

Magazine release at thumb-level can be a problem for some, in this case I would think that a rear frame mounted bottom of the magazine release would actually make changing the magazines quicker, a release similar to the Makarov pistol.

While not exactly a design flaw the heavy part of the pistol, the slide, is of course on top, the lightweight handle is very lightweight so the force of the 9mm is increased in its leverage making the pistol have a very unpleasant hard “snap” when firing, I found that after as little as 50 rounds I want to put it back in the box and go to another handgun, for most normal people that would be about a magazine of rounds down range.

Quality - Quality, safe-to-use "state of the art” manufacturing but the fit and finish tends to be, well, kel-tec ish, functional but not all that finished rough and ugly would be descriptive.

Caliber / Ammunition - 9x19 in a subcompact - damn thats both useful and painful. The PF-9 will accept +P ammunition with the recommendation of using it only “from time to time” +P - double damn!

Ergonomics - Ergonomic design to this pistol would be like talking about ergonomics for a smart-phone, it is just not the primary aim. This handgun’s design revolves around the ability to be small and lightweight in that it is tops in the market.

Current production - Production of the PF9 is priority out of the factory in Cocoa, Florida, while you cannot get some of the more interesting firearms due to backlogs this pistol seems to never have much of a lag in availability. The US factory produces a wide range of colors and finishes including camouflage base colors like dark brown, tan, gray, olive green, navy, and of course black with slides of colors, hard chrome plated and blued.



 Nice little plastic boxes come with the pistols as a retail package.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Personal Critical Review - Savage Mark II FV-SR Bolt action .22 LR rifle

Personal Critical Review - Savage Mark II FV-SR Bolt action .22 LR rifle

Personal - I have posted in the past about how the lowly .22 lr is my "secret sin,” to this day the simple act of hunting, shooting or plinking with .22 firearms is my “hands down” favorite way to spend my shooting time.

In the last few years I have been spending quite a bit of money and time thinking about, researching, testing and shooting to find the “best .22 rifle” for prepping. I am never sure just what makes something “the best” because the subjective nature of our personal bias and the almost endless applications that could be applied to test “the best” it is an enigma.

Because I was never happy with the accuracy of the semi-auto rifles I got rid of all but two and replaced them with bolt action rifles two of them you see above. I habitually and continually end up with the bolt action .22 rifles again and again. Even with the recent and mostly successful try with the Marlin autoloading .22 rifles - the accuracy was just not in the same class with the bolt actions.

Function - Mongo grab bolt, Mongo turn bolt, Mongo pull trigger with bugger hook, fire stick go BOOM there is something elegant in the simple function of the bolt action rifles.

The top rifle is wearing a 3x9 one inch Nikon Buckmasters and the bottom rifle in green is attached to a fixed 6 power scope with a 30 mm tube. The rifles come with the plastic stocks shown, but the colors we added later. The Savage is simply excellent in it’s reliable function, the five round magazine fed without scraping or deformation and sent the rounds perfectly into the chamber.

This Savage .22 is similar to just about any other bolt action I have ever fired with one BIG addition, this rifle features an over-sized bolt handle that has proved to be worthy of mentioning and making a big review point about. Check out that Weaver/Picatinny type rail mount, that comes with the factory rifle.

Quality - Top notch high quality fluted barrel, the magazine release is a bit cheesy as is the cheep plastic stock. We were forced to use sand paper an a big dowel to sand out the barrel channel in the cheep stock to get a reliable free-float. The Savage Mark II FV-SR has a steel receiver made of good quality material as is the bolt itself. Both the receiver and bolt are a bit typical in the lack of refined edge de-burring, finishing work, and polish (I guess we just cannot expect what was normal in the 1950’s). The magazine is made of steel and is of high quality and as described works great.

Caliber/Ammunition - .22 LR is comparatively inexpensive ammunition with almost no recoil. Of course bulk-box .22 LR is available at any big-box store great fun for the range and can be reasonably accurate. If you choose target grade ammunition try out several types, speed, weight and brand for accuracy that is often hard to believe. High velocity .22 LR is effective for hunting and available in hollow points that actually work at shorter ranges.

Did I mention accurate - how about 10 rounds at 25 yards... I added that green square to gauge the measurement, that is an inch! This target was punched with a premium target-grade lead bullet selection, the best of 12 different brands, weights, and speeds (FPS) we tested.

Use - Easy to strip and clean, but the main attractant is the adjustable “Accu-trigger” I cannot say how impressed I have been with this addition to Savage products, it takes this little bolt action to the next level. One nice touch is that this particular rifle comes with a STANDARD scope mount already factory installed anything is better than the stupid air gun cuts that are normal.

Current production - Available now, have your local gun shop - order yourself one.

Additional points - This is a silencer ready rifle with threads at the end of the barrel for 1/2 28 and are machined true to the barrel (important to prevent baffle strikes). I was never a big fan of “silencers” I remember the ones from the 1980’s as heavy, easy to damage, and just not all that effective (far louder than any of the movie crap). I have several friends and two relatives that have become “converts” to the “brotherhood of science” and took the plunge and got the BATFE stamp - I am suitably impressed with the modern silencers available now that I am considering filling out paperwork myself. Below is the little rifle with a typical AR birdcage used here to protect the threads.

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Oil, silver, politics, and the real game.

The silver story.

How you were lied to about the (stupid, irresponsible, delusional) Hunt brothers and the resulting spanking given to upstarts playing the game without authorization.

You on the other hand can buy in cash, store or hide as you wish, and use as a hedge against inflation (historically significant) a prevention of loss of value - Weimar republic anyone?

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Starbucks on Valentine's Day!

This blog is most often reserved for non-political items but I want to list a strange and small request.

Refuse, resist, and crush the call for boycott of Starbucks on Valentine's Day due to its fair and reasonable gun policy.

Simply Starbucks claims that its stores are to follow the local and state laws - if open carry is legal then the drink stores are directed to follow the local and state laws.

Starbucks on Valentine's Day! Open carry and buy the biggest drink you wish and make sure you thank the managers for the support for the law and our freedoms.
The story... Call for Boycott of Starbucks on Valentine's Day Over Gun Policy

"Starbucks allowing guns to be carried in thousands of their stores significantly increases everyone's risk of being a victim of gun violence," NGAC CEO Elliot Fineman said in a news release. "Open and conceal and carry are among the reasons there are 12,000 gun homicides each year in the U.S.

Hey Elliot Fineman - go fuck yourself you lying propagandist pig. Your "gun violence" is caused by criminal thugs not holstered open carry citizens. You can buy the patch here: Pantel Tactical Guns and Coffee - Patch

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Confiscation and Inflation

A look at the mechanism of the pending collapse.

What to prepare for in the pending dollar collapse.