Archive for the 'Guns & Self Defense' Category

What George Zimmerman’s arrest and trial means for America

Thursday, April 12th, 2012

I really hate racism, or to be much more accurate – I believe that God loves all people the same (He created them all, didn’t He?), and He expects me to be like Him. Trayvon Twitter pic It is this attitude that God used to bless my air conditioning business for 20 years, as I would happily work for the Hispanics, the “blacks”’, and the Asians – so I was always busy. As for me, (more…)

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First Eddie Eagle program for a group of home-schooled children.

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

After convincing the NRA that this was OK even though it was not a public school group, I taught this April 1994 class of youngsters which include two of my children – Crista and Paul. Crista and Paul are now 24 and 22 years old, respectively. First home-school Eddie Eagle class

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Freedom: Secured ONLY by an armed populance

Monday, July 27th, 2009

People who are not gun owners or pro-gun sometimes are unaware that oppression and genocide almost always occurs when citizens’ possession of arms is forbidden and only the government is allowed the power and protection of arms. Here are a couple of good articles you should read from the Thorn’s blog ‘Gunpowder Treason‘:

The Lie of the Second Amendment

And:
The Truth about Registration

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Pizza Hut thinks it’s OK for their employees to die for a few bucks

Saturday, June 21st, 2008

Years ago I had contracted with Coburn’s Barbecue in Big Town, near Dallas, Texas to do some overnight repairs to the restaurant. I had two employees with me, including one young man I had hired just for this one job. When the managers were ready to leave they came over to where we were unloading our tools from my truck and made and interesting inquiry. They asked if we were armed. This was before we had concealed-carry here in Texas. My regular employee and I exchanged glances. I asked “What do you mean?” The manager said “Do you have guns on you?” I wanted to know why he would ask that. His reply was “Because I’m not leaving you here alone all night in this part of town if you are not armed.” My employee grinned, and I assured them that, yes indeed, we were carrying. The managers said good, and goodnight. After they left my young temporary employee, his eyes wide said “But, but I don’t have a gun!” I pulled out a large hunting knife and gave it to him, saying “Use this, then.” He was again reassured and happy. We worked hard all night without incident – and without fear.

On April the third of this year the Des Moines Register reported that James Spiers, a 10-year employee of Pizza Hut, was fired for carrying a concealed handgun while on the job. Spiers was a pizza delivery guy. He knew about the dangers of his job and legally obtained a concealed carry license for his own protection. He carried his gun in spite of a prohibition to do so by Pizza Hut Corporation.
Spiers was found out when he had to defend himself against (more…)

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