Insanity Defined

Define insanity…..Making the same action over and over again and expecting to see a different result. I have worked through…


WLS: Detox With JPoz

Hilarious panel discussion about safety, guns, gear and gadgets and the issues that affect responsible shooters everywhere.



Insanity Defined

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Define insanity…..Making the same action over and over again and expecting to see a different result. I have worked through my shock at the current administrations redundant failures and am now sitting here blank faced, staring at a nation of people who either are too lazy or too ignorant to understand the epic failures that…

Knights of the Air…or…Land


As per the usual, I was woken up all too early by our editor-in-chief, Bryan Dolch. He sent me a text message at some ungodly hour but for him, it was okay since he had already dug two six-foot by two-foot ditches. What can I say? He’s a working man. The text said, ”I have…

The Importance of Dope


When I head to the shooting range for some practice or out into the field for a hunt, I always make sure I bring my dope. No, I’m not talking about the much debated green leafy plant; I’m talking about D.O.P.E., or ‘Data on Previous Engagements’. There are a few other versions of the acronym…

Freedom of Religion?


It’s become such a common outcry from the left that it’s downright comical: everyone should have the freedom to say or do whatever they want……unless, of course, we don’t agree with it. Houston Mayor demands pastors turn over sermons When a church tries to put its backing behind any form of political candidate, the left…

Executive Action On the Immediate Horizon

Immigration Protest

The Obama Administration if trying to put the final nail in the coffin. If this carried out there will be an overwhelming flood of immigrants from all over the globe into the United States. See the report from NBC about the Executive Action planned for the near future. León Rodríguez, the new head of Citizenship…

War Crimes, Hard Choices and Harder Consequences: Part VI


Staff Sergeant Eric Lauzier heard the gunfire at the Alamo. Sudden and heavy, multiple weapons opening up on full auto at once. And Private First Class Tucker screaming on the radio that they were being overrun. Lauzier was at a patrol base maybe 1300 meters away when it happened. He and several other soldiers scrambled…

The TCB Total Carry System


If you carry a gun everyday it won’t be long before someone asks you, or you ask yourself, how can this be done more comfortably? Like most things in firearms culture, it is a constant balance. Speed vs. Accuracy Concealibility vs. Accessibility Comforting vs. Comfortable Retention vs. Access I have had many conversations (and seen…



We should have never let anyone in the country that had the virus to begin with. Now there has been one death and who knows how many more infected. The AP reports what is working in Africa. Why can’t we do the same? NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Health officials battling the Ebola outbreak that has…

Slumberjack Carbine 2500


I am always on the hunt for the perfect pack: something that is small enough to carry all day over varied terrain, but large enough to pack all of my gear. It also needs to be lightweight and fully adjustable so that it’s comfortable, but durable enough to take a beating in nasty conditions. From…

Chemical Weapons Discovery In Iraq Covered Up

Chemical weapons were found by U.S. forces in Iraq, but the Pentagon kept the findings a secret, the New York Times reported Tuesday evening. According to the Times, from 2004 to 2011 American troops repeatedly encountered chemical munitions in the Middle Eastern country. In at least six cases, coalition forces were even wounded by the…

Is This What We Shed Our Blood For?


“You can love your country without having to love your government” is a quote that some may see as quite strange being repeated by a former Green Beret combat-veteran, raised in the Conservative heartland of Texas and from a large military family, but these days it seems eerily appropriate. And as the laissez-faire attitude of…

Mexico Is Holding the Gates Open With Cash

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For years I have been comparing the influx of illegal aliens in the United States to the barbarians that surrounded Rome then once in plundered it into final collapse. According to the Mexican government is using cash to keep the illegals caught in America from being deported. According to a report from National Public…

A Disgruntled Veteran


Dear Great People of America, There is nothing more amazing then a veteran returning to his hometown and seeing American flags flying everywhere. It does something indescribable to the heartfelt veteran who loves his country to see individuals and businesses showing their pride in the same country the veteran was so willing to sacrifice everything…

Have The Rules Changed That Much?


It has been nearly thirty years since I was single man and dating and now at 52 I find myself once again in that realm and I have discovered that it’s oddly different now from what it was like in the early 80’s. Man seems to have lost the ability and understanding of what chivalry,…

Back to Basics


I was visiting my in-law’s farm a few months ago and found a book sitting on the night stand. Back to Basics is an old Reader’s Digest book that has been republished several times. I found my copy at Amazon. I think I paid about $3.50 for mine and being a ‘Prime’ member I didn’t even…

Video and Podcasts

Center Mass: Old Friends

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In this episode of the best show on earth. We will talk about old friends and how having good friends is and isn’t always a good thing. We will also talk about whatever comes to mind. Maybe isolation tanks, maybe beer, maybe economics. Who knows?

The War On Work


The U.S. government has spent trillions of dollars in recent decades attempting to combat poverty, yet the poverty rate has remained virtually unmoved. Why? As social economist Michael Tanner explains, the “War on Poverty” has both discouraged work and ensnared people in hardship. The “War on Poverty,” it turns out, is actually a “War on…

The Arms Room Talks Shotguns


On todays show Glen and John talked about the myths surrounding the use of shotguns for home defense. On the current events front we discussed the Army’s recent announcement of the completion of the Burgdhal investigation as well as our opinions regarding the issue. Be sure to tune in next week as we get into…