Little Boy Beto and his party declare of war on law-abiding Americans

So now we have heard the Democrats’ eternally adolescent, presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke promise that, if elected, he will order the national government’s police and military forces to seize AR-15s and other incorrectly described “assault weapons” from law-abiding U.S. citizens. It is an odd and, perhaps, even a dangerous decision to tell Americans that you will strip them of inalienable rights as soon as you can, but there you are.

Continue reading “Little Boy Beto and his party declare of war on law-abiding Americans”

Prozac maker paid millions to secure favorable verdict in mass shooting lawsuit, victims say

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The drugmaker that produces Prozac, the antidepressant that Joseph Wesbecker’s victims blamed for his deadly shooting rampage 30 years ago at Standard Gravure, secretly paid the victims $20 million to help ensure a verdict exonerating the drug company.

Continue reading “Prozac maker paid millions to secure favorable verdict in mass shooting lawsuit, victims say”

Why criminal mentality might matter

Tom Givens recommended in the Rangemaster 2018 Three-Day Firearms Instructor Development and Certification Class a book on criminal psychology titled Inside the Criminal Mind, by Stanton E. Samenow, Ph.D. I recently acquired this book and found it to be hard to put down. Having some idea of how violent criminals might look at the world and what they are capable of constitutes useful knowledge for the concealed carrier. Please be advised that this article addresses only a few of the points made in this book. I have intentionally avoided using terms like “always” and “will” in favor of “possibly” and ”may” in an attempt to avoid blanket generalizations, but I personally would always attempt to be prepared for the worst-case scenario when it comes to an interaction or confrontation with another person whose mentality and intent is questionable.

Continue reading “Why criminal mentality might matter”