Daily Archives: May 1, 2009
Yes, I didn’t actually break her nose myself; rather, my gun broke her nose, but as the saying goes, guns don’t break people’s noses, people…err… well, you know. Anyway, Squeaky’s takes on the matter are here and here. From my … Continue reading
I got the (overexposed) video of what I think is this boomer right here! Note how, even at this short range, you can watch the bullet’s path from muzzle to target. That’s just freakin’ cool.
For those who may not know, the inestimable Trib, eponymous host of Trib’s Place, was hospitalized on Boomershoot Day with an apparent stroke that severely limited his speech. When we bloggers left Monday morning, Kenda had been able to speak … Continue reading
Taken by The Packing Rat, cropped by me: That’s Rache, caught in action the first time I’ve ever fired her, and she’s dead-on at 25 yards. I made the explosive target, too. 🙂 Best. Sighting. In. Ever.
Calguns Foundation and Second Amendment Foundation filing suit to Overturn California Handgun Roster. Alan Gura is the attorney. This is a direct result of the “loss” in Nordyke, which was not a loss at all, because it opened the door … Continue reading
But now that I have posted this items below, it is time for me to go spend the morning getting dirty with The Wife. Pictures tomorrow, if it gets interesting. (explanation below the fold)
I just finished re-reading Ayn Rand’s The New Left: The Anti-Industrial Revolution, and I highly recommend it for all. It is quite frustrating to read this collection of essays, first published in The Objectivist Newsletter from 1965 to 1971, and … Continue reading
Thank you, Senator Specter. Thank you very much. Worried about the possible nominee to fill Souter’s two left shoes? You should be. But there WILL be entertainment beforehand. Does Arlen Specter’s defection from R to D strengthen the President’s hand … Continue reading
They don’t need no stinking secession! The Obama Administration’s State Department already thinks they’re a foreign country! Follow this link to see the press release where they say it in plain english.