By Robert Farago The video above uses the 2013 shooting at LAX to lobby for more funding from the public purse for the City of Angels po-po. According to the union, “department cuts have created unsafe conditions for Angelenos. Because of budget cuts, the SWAT team … Read More
By Tam Have we checked the passenger list of #MH17 to make sure there weren’t any archdukes aboard?— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) July 20, 2014 There are some pretty belligerent words getting tossed around on the TV in the next room..
By Tam I needed this picture where I could link it elsewhere. Don’t mind me. Carry on. FN FNS-9 with, um, slightly carried away stippling job. It’s like every time the guy got to a border, he didn’t like the way it looked, and so he’d stipple a little more until he’d eventually stippled the […]
By Tam What a glorious animal… I could spend all day watching tigers…
By Robert Farago In the video above, Dom Raso does some game theory on who Rambo should have shot first and whether or not the cinematic victory was even possible. Raso rags on Rambo’s draw, grip and flinch. What he doesn’t mention: Rambo shoots … Read More
By Tam Half of the grizzlies at the zoo were being very photogenic. (The other one turned his back to the crowd, took a huge dump, and then went and took a nap.) I love the expression here. Watch the skies! Has a side job posing for the California state flag.
By Dean Weingarten Missouri will have a strengthened Right to Keep and Bear Arms provision on the August 5th ballot. Yesterday the Supreme Court upheld rulings against opponents of the amendment who tried to keep voters from deciding on the measure. The constitutional … Read More
By Tim McNabb I lay on a pile of cow crap and nettles, peering uselessly through weeds growing on a wire fence. I am unable to see more than 12 feet into an open field. Prone, my neck and shoulders hurt as I … Read More
By Dean Weingarten The First and Second Amendments of the Bill of Rights are essential in supporting each other. The First bolsters the Second, while the Second provides the means to protect the first. It’s clear that the open carry of firearms is … Read More
By Robert Farago If Samuel Colt was alive today, he’d be 200 years old. While I wouldn’t wish that on my worst enemy, I thank the failed underwater mine maker for enabling Americans’ natural, civil and Constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms. … Read More