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Monthly Archives: November 2006
Almost two weeks ago, I posted about Sen. Allen’s Bill S.4057. According to Thomas (the Library of Congress repository for pending bills) the text of bills are normally posted within a day or two of their introduction. This one has … Continue reading
Bucket Wheel Excavators are large and extremely powerful critters. Keeping them fed and well exercised is a serious concern for anyone who chooses to keep one as a pet, as the photos at the other end of that link make … Continue reading
The Cato Institute has put up an interactive map of all botched no-knock SWAT or paramilitary police raids since 1985. Also read the policy paper “Overkill: The Rise of Paramilitary Police Raids”, available on the website. Update by Sammy: We … Continue reading
Scott Adams has an interesting post on his blog. He proposes that his… best candidate for a universal fix is to imbue us all with the knowledge of who is smarter than ourselves on any given topic. At the moment, … Continue reading
Mike Adams’ new column talks about the beginning and necessity of his firearms education. It’s kind of like a 2nd amendment pay it forward. Good read.
“When men differ in taste as to the kind of the world they want, the only thing to do is to go to work killing.” Oliver Wendell Holmes
Happy Thanksgiving to you all and special thanks to our citizen soldiers who are celebrating this holiday away from home. sammy
Here’s a story about an ornament that you all will like. Sammy becomes much less grinch-like and almost smiles.
For protection against various criminals, we recommend the purchase and carrying of a “Personal Protection Alarm.” These devices produce a very loud noise that muggers and rapists do not like–they tend to fall down in pain or run away as … Continue reading
More advice from Dr. Walid Phares, this time regarding Iraq. In classical military teaching, you win the war if you destroy the enemy in a particular geographical space. Examples abound in world history. But in the War on Terror, the … Continue reading
This is from last week, but go read it if you missed it then. Dr. Walid Phares gives his analysis of the situation in Lebanon following the U.S. election. The most interesting point, to my mind, is: 3. The perceived … Continue reading
Does America need Newt? It sounds like he may argue that we do.