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- Kurt Schlichter asks how much blood congressthing Eric Swalwall and company would be willing to shed to (try and) capture all our firearms. OUR blood, of course. Or the blood of their paid agents. Sure’s heck the left-elite aren’t okay with putting their own precious bodily fluids at risk.
- I think — and hope — we’re beginning to see a groundswell of resistance to the kind of busybodies who alert cops when a child is happily walking alone.
- An antidote for political outrage.
- American Partisan: Honey as medicine.
- Security maven Brian Krebs says it’s time to realize virtually all our personal data is already in malign hands and take new steps to prevent the creepazoids from using it.
- The common advice to “just move somewhere else” when your state infringes your gun rights is facile. Moving is not always practical and sometimes a downright wrong thing to do.
- Ten important things invented by women. (Yes, even back in the days when we really were oppressed.)
- A universal translator to tell us humans what our dogs are trying to say? Not just yet, I’m thinkin’.
- The ATF makes a “helpful” suggestion about gun-related Christmas gifts. The Internet laughs. With bitter derision. (Via Codrea)