This…

PDB speaks:

Shortly after Sandy Hook, a friend asked me if I thought we should be more concerned about the enemy, or the quislings on our side. I unhesitatingly responded, our own side. We cannot do much about those who fear freedom, trying to logically argue a person out of an emotional position they arrived at irrationally is nigh on impossible. But there’s no reason to make it harder on ourselves by deliberately staking out positions that upset the tender hearted for no other reason than because we’re mad at the time.

Part of the reason posting has been light on my side. Not sure I have much to contribute that would be ‘reasoned discourse’.

Shhh…OPSEC.

 

 

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Lessons We Should Never Forget

Despite the darkness that approaches, we are actually in a quiet period with regard to our right to keep and bear arms.

PDB reminds us that the lessons of 1994 through 2004 should never be forgotten and simple things should be a reminder that we should never allow our guard to be down through inaction or complacency.

In 2004 I went on a buying spree and picked many mags of like markings. They are now prized possessions and reminders of my coming of age during those dark days.