Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Hail and Welcome

To any readers from Front Sight, Press. I noticed in my daily blog readings that Front Sight, Press has linked me. The link is on the sidebar, please visit often as that site has alot of useful information on it.

Sunday, December 24, 2006

Tis the season

Merry Christmas, Blessed Yule, Happy Hanukkah, and let's not forget the Muslim holiday KaBoom.

Whatever you celebrate, I wish you a good one.

Saturday, December 23, 2006

Marching orders

This is a marching order for immediate deployment of necessary resources. Cards, letters, packages and lots of love from home to the troops working down in "Gitmo". I found out through reading Blackfive that the sand lice there are getting cards and letters of support from American citizens (read traitors) and that the troops are getting nothing but grief.

Now is time to change this abomination! Get your happy self moving on this. That is an order!

Any Soldier
c/o Col. Wade Dennis
JTF Gtmo
APO AE 09360

Wednesday, December 20, 2006


I would like to post my congratulations to Blackfive for being voted best military blog for 2006. I hoist a single malt to you.

Sunday, December 17, 2006

Take a Peek at this

I saw this over at Kim du Toit, a site I hope you read everyday, and I thought it would be very appropriate to send you over to read it also. If you will remember, I recently posted something about preparedness and how it really is something you should keep in mind daily. Well, thank heavens this guy's girl knew how to shoot.

Moral of the story, the family that shoots together, survives together.

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Great Cause

I just saw this at Blackfive and instantly realized what a wonderful cause it supports. Please participate.

Monday, December 11, 2006

Not Done Yet

I'm gonna rant some more where the previous post is concerned.

In taking a minute to consider it, I'll stand by what I said, but it occurs to me that some libtard is likely to throw an anti-Semite tag at it. 'Scuse me while I laugh at that idea. I've been honored to visit Israel 3 times and it's one of my favorite places. The country is beautiful and the people are the best.

Let me get down to why the Christmas tree versus Menorah thing pisses me off.

The Menorah is a symbol of Jewish faith. The Christmas tree is a tree with lights and decorations on it. I challenge you to show me where and how a tree with decorations on it is an overt religious symbol. (Cue the sound of crickets chirping) You can't, can you? Nope, not even close. Now, if the airport in question is displaying a Judeo-Christian cross as a part of this celebration, it becomes a different issue. In that case, yes, a request to add a Menorah is appropriate. If there is no overt Judeo-Christian symbology involved in the display, then the good Rabbi and his attorney deserve a big steaming cup of STFU.

THIS, is why...

I applied to join the Anti PC League. Damn this kind of thing pisses me off. *** forbid anyone wants to decorate for a holiday lest someone whine. If it's not in Spain where it has been decided not to celebrate Christmas at some schools to avoid offending mooselimbs, it's right here in the States where a whole christmas tree display at an airport comes down because a rabbi whined that there was no menorah and threatened a federal lawsuit.

I would like to offer people like this a big steaming cup of STFU. I have no problem with the fact that the Rabbi asked about it. I have no problem with the fact that the Rabbi offered to put one up. My problem is the Rabbi getting a lawyer involved. It's still a free country, why in the hell should we be forced to celebrate everyone's religious holidays? Why do we have to be so worried that we might offend a group or a person? Sure you have the right to speak up and say that you disagree with something or that you would like to be included, but that doesn't mean that you should start suing people when the thing doesn't move as fast as you wish it would, or should you get an answer that you disagree with.

The proper response should have been: Look guys, I really wish that you would include a menorah in your display, I would be happy to furnish one at no cost to you and even put it up and maintain it myself if you would allow. See? How simple is that? No lawyers, just a request to be included. Should the answer be no? Just say something like, I'm sorry you feel that way and let it go. Why does it have to result in a lawsuit? Fuck all this PC nonsense.

Here we go again...

I was over at KABA and saw this article, which I will link directly to. Once again the Ill State Rifle Association will submit bills to legalize concealed carry in Ill. Folks, you live in the PRI (People's Republic of Illinois for those that don't read here much) the measure won't pass.

Even if it does, Comrade Blogdonovich (or however you spell his name) will veto it. When he does that, there will not be sufficient votes to override. It's just a fact of life for those poor souls that exist in the PRI. I don't think the measure will pass because the Communists there won't allow an armed populace and because in order for the bill to actually work, it will have to have a preemption clause in it. You know damn well that won't fly. What you'll likely get, in the slim chance it does pass, is Ill being able to have concealed carry with Chicago as a criminal empowerment zone.

If you want common sense gun laws, there's only one thing you can do. Move out of the PRI and move to a state where you can carry. Get on over to and find out what states are shall issue and move there so you can be a free citizen instead of a subject under communist rule.

There are 2 states that do not recognize a person's rights under the US Constitution, the PRI and Wisconsin, I say, let's wall them off and toss them out of the Union.

Saturday, December 09, 2006


I know that alot of people look on preparedness as a fact of life. This is not being written for them, it's being written for those of you who are stuck in the "It only happens to the other guy" mode.

James Kim and his family wound up stuck in some bad weather. Mr. Kim dies trying to hike out to get help. Sometimes, you need to be your own help. A small kit of survival supplies in the vehicle would have been able to keep everyone safe until help could arrive. Do you have a small kit in your vehicle? If you were on your way home from work and buried your car in a snowy ditch, could you survive until help came? If a Tornado destroyed your town, could you survive until help came? What if your local lake or river overflowed and flooded town, could you survive?

I think too many people fail to ask these questions. Those who do are likely to ask about the End of the World stuff like a camel humper setting off a suitcase nuke or shooting up schools. Or a bio terror event. These may be worth a bit of consideration to be sure, as the Boy Scouts say, be prepared, but what about the simple, everyday stuff that you do that takes you out of your home? Work, groceries, laundry, running out to pay bills? What happens if you get stranded while doing these things that you take for granted everyday?

When I go to work, it involves driving on some back country roads, were I to wind up in the ditch, it could be hours before any kind of help came my way. I carry extra cold weather gear in my truck and since I'm a smoker, I have the capability to start a fire and melt snow for water. I also usually have my lunch box with me that has peanut butter crackers and 3 bottles of water. See? Simple preparedness, thinking about the stuff that might go wrong and being able to take some steps to make sure you live through the problem.

I don't think you have to pack your vehicle full of rations and ammo, but a small kit with some food and water and the capability to start a fire could be the difference between life and death away from home should bad weather come your way. Chance favors the prepared, be prepared.

Something to Think About

I just saw this post over at Front Sight, Press. I want you to go read it and think about it. Now, I want you to consider 1 more thing. While you're bleeding, sitting there in the dark , cowering, having failed to defend yourself.
EMS personnel (12 yrs Paramedic, mostly in Detroit) are trained not, that's NOT, to go in until law enforcement have cleared the scene of all potential threats. Now think about it again. Do you want to just lay there and bleed? Or would you really rather that the goblin did the bleeding and waiting for having had the temerity to intrude upon your peaceful home?

Sunday, December 03, 2006

Something New

I have sent the request to join the Anti PC League. Wish me well that they will review this humble little blog and find it worthy. Please give them a look, the links are in the sidebar.

A Nice Thank You to the Troops

I saw this over at the Rott, you need shockwave flash to view it. It's absolutely beautiful and hence, nothing you will ever see in the MSM . You may want a hankie handy.

Friday, December 01, 2006

Tactical Overkill

I was reading this over at The Smallest Minority. If you've visited here often, you'll know that I hold a great deal of respect for Kevin. I happen to know that he has visited the old blog. or maybe I should say the original blog which was on another hosting place, but I digress.

Kevin has a great post up covering the militarization of the police and I'm going to link to it so you can all read it. Hit the links in the article too. Ya gotta love the guy, always thoughtful and with clear supporting reference.

Now I ask again: Hey L.E. officers, what do we do about this? You are supposed to be a servant of the people and you seem to have forgotten this. What must we do to remind you? I don't want you disarmed, I want you armed with an appropriate attitude.