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Firearms Safety In a Household With Children

Firearms Safety In a Household With Children

If you’re a gun owner, you owe it to yourself, your kids, and your kids’s friends to follow one simple policy: “on you or locked down.”

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My Sheriff Responds

My Sheriff Responds

Earlier this week I wrote about proposed changes to the way NFA trusts apply for hyper-controlled and regulated firearms and firearms accessories. The proposal will give the Chief Law Enforcement officer in your area complete authority in deciding if you can even apply for these items, let alone if you qualify. It is well known […]

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Fighting Further Gun Control: Protest NFA Trust Changes

Fighting Further Gun Control: Protest NFA Trust Changes

Obama’s executive order against NFA trusts and corporations resulted in a potential ATF policy change. There is a 90 day review period, here’s how to do what you can to stop it.

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The AK Is Still OK

The AK Is Still OK

The AK pattern rifle was dumped by one of it’s most vocal advocates a year ago. For most civilians, the AK47 is still a great rifle. Here’s why.

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The NSA Responds to My FOIA Request

The NSA Responds to My FOIA Request

Two weeks ago I wrote to the NSA and requested my phone records and any records of my Internet activity via a Freedom of Information Act request. On June 26, 2013 the NSA denied my FOIA request and refused to confirm or deny that they had any information about me. I’ve redacted my case number […]

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Amazon Ends “Amazon Associates” Affiliate Program for Minnesota

Amazon Ends “Amazon Associates” Affiliate Program for Minnesota

I got an email from Amazon’s affiliate program (Amazon Associates) this morning with a list of changes to the terms and conditions. The most notable was that the program will be terminated for Minnesota as of July 1, 2013. This is a big deal to me since I live in Minnesota and I’m an Amazon […]

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Fighting Further Gun Control: Week 10

Fighting Further Gun Control: Week 10

For the most part, individual states have resisted anti-gun legislation. There are notable examples, such as New York and California. There were a few surprises, like Colorado banning standard capacity magazines. However, by and large logic, history and statistics have triumphed over emotion. There is a new push of anti-gun legislation on the way. Senator […]

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Fighting Further Gun Control: Week Three

Fighting Further Gun Control: Week Three

On Wednesday, January 16 2013 President Barack Obama released his proposed executive orders to “deal” with gun violence. As I wrote a few weeks ago, most of what gun control advocates propose has little to nothing to do with curbing mass murders such as the school shooting in Connecticut. Those educated on current and past […]

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Fighting Further Gun Control: Week One

Fighting Further Gun Control: Week One

If the rumors are true, then California Senator Dianne Feinstein will propose the most sweeping firearms control in the history of the American continent. Depending on when you read this article, she may already have. What We’re Facing Based on her own Web site, Feinstein may attempt to introduce legislation regulating any or all of […]

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Starbucks You Complete Me

Starbucks You Complete Me

It’s rare that I find someone who shares my worldview as a gun-carrying gay rights activist. I can usually find folks who agree with one issue but not the other, and depending on how myopic they are we usually part ways right then and there. It is somewhat popular in Minnesota, my current state of […]

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