Turn that frown upside down

While I think there is some “panic” in the recent buying surge of guns and ammunition, I like to take the optimistic view and assign a large part of the sudden desire to buy guns to something other than fear. Buying out of fear assumes that all is already lost and makes me think of […]

Honoring our Veterans: Matthew J. Taylor

Army Staff Sgt. Matthew J. Taylor

This Veterans Day let us not forget those who gave, and those who gave all, in service of our country. Army Staff Sgt Matthew J. Taylor, of Charleston, S.C.; assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry), Fort Polk, La.; died on wounds suffered September 20, […]

Is the ink on the ballots dry yet?

Boy that didn’t take long! President-elect Obama is already backpedaling on campaign statements regarding Second Amendment rights. Of course, no one is really surprised by this, but the sheer audacity of doing so, in writing, on his www.change.gov site before the final votes were counted is somewhat incredible. I just ran across an article on […]