Monthly Archives: July 2014

‘He Could Have Brought Ebola Here’: Minnesota Widow on Her Husband

Patrick Sawyer was supposed to be at his kids’ birthday party in a few weeks—but he died of the virus before he could board a flight to Minneapolis. His wife on the epidemic’s toll. Nigeria felt a chill from the … Continue reading

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Military Police – Universal Conceal Carry ID

Colonel Smith, Sergeant Major Jones do you have your conceal carry permit that Federal law allows you to obtain as a retired military police man? You don’t, I do not understand, Federal law known as the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA) and commonly … Continue reading

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21 Ways To End The Phrase ‘Americans Are So Broke…’

by Michael Snyder Did you know that 77 million Americans have unpaid debts that are “in collections” and that Congress is actually thinking about letting post offices offer payday loans?  We live in a country where almost everyone is drowning … Continue reading

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Russia Violates Intermediate Nuclear Missile Treaty

by Bill Gertz Moscow violated a key strategic nuclear arms accord by developing a ground-launched cruise missile banned under the 1987 agreement, according to the State Department. “The United States has determined that the Russian federation is in violation of … Continue reading

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This Psycho-Flaw Makes Conservatives Cower, Learn How to Overpower It

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Obama Has Lost Control

The pResident has no credibility with any foreign leader. His petulant demands of Benjamin Netanyahu prove that he has no grasp of reality. America is about to realize our folly by electing a child. While the White House is denying … Continue reading

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Obama: Islam Shows Religious Tolerance

Click here for the reality of Islam.

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Iran Will Provide Missiles to West Bank Palestinians

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Beretta on Their Move from Maryland to Tennessee

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I Just Had a Terrible Thought

What if the pResident actually believes in something that he is willing to die for? Or rather become a martyr? And what if this “cause” is the destruction of the United States in order to establish a Muslim caliphate? However, … Continue reading

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Border militias moving across Texas

Members of the militia groups, who say they have 10 active “teams” along the state’s southern border, are seen at campsites, walking along the Rio Grande River, pointing rifles and pistols out of frame and flipping off the camera in … Continue reading

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Night Vision: Practical Gear Use 1

by Chris. Stand Here is how I run my helmet for night operations.  It’s an OPS CORE FAST ballistic helmet.  The shell is constructed of carbon + UHMWPE which equates to a 20% weight reduction from ACH and MICH helmets. … Continue reading

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Southern Mountain YapFest & BBQ – Vogel State Park – 9 August 2014

via WRSA Offline for next 36 hours, so here’s the quick and dirty: Where: Vogel State Park, Picnic Shelter #3 When: 9 August, 0800-1800 local What: A chance to hear good speakers talk on freedom-related topics (agenda later) and chat with … Continue reading

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Landline phone outage reported in Cherokee County, North Carolina

The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office has implemented an emergency communications plan because of a major landline telephone outage. The Frontier Communications outage Monday is affecting the landline 911 lines going to the county’s emergency communications center, Sheriff Keith Lovin said. … Continue reading

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