Official “entrusted with the duty to protect and serve the American public” Serves Himself and his Pals

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My latest for JPFO.

Once upon a time, there was this agency. It was created in the aftermath of a gargantuan tragedy in a country whose enemies supposedly hated it for the freedoms it protected. The country decided to do something about this “freedom hatred,” so it created an agency that terrorized little children, victimized the elderly, stole money and property and molested passengers in airports nationwide. That’ll show ‘em! They can’t hate us for our freedoms any longer! See? It’s all for your safety!

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“Mental Health” as a Disarmament Tool

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What happens to all those vets who may need some help getting acclimated when they return from downrange? Will they be disarmed? Will their personal relationship with their counselor or VA psychiatrist be revealed to anyone who accesses the NICS system, just so politicians can claim they closed that “mental health loophole”?

My latest for JPFO. Read it below.

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Small Arms Survey: Biased Reporting, Anti-Freedom Goals

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Have you ever heard of the Small Arms Survey? They claim to be impartial and objective when providing firearms-related data to governments. My JPFO alert shows they’re neither impartial, nor objective.

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Women and Guns, Women and Freedom

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The Great and Awesome Claire Wolfe talks about something near and dear to my heart – women’s rights, women’s freedoms and women’s armed self defense.

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Pop Tart Gun Ban Could be a Thing of the Past in Florida

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How many times have we read or heard about “zero tolerance sense” stupidity that was so assnumbingly dumb, it made us want to punch a wall?

Maybe this is the start of something better.

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