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      This is a HORDE!  This is an INVASION! We can not absorb these 5,000+ people! Activate the #Marines, the #Militias, the #Minutemen #VoteOutEverySingleDemocrat   The problem with that idea is the Mexican gov’t is so crooked, nothing we do will work. The money will just line the pockets of the politicians and cartels.    Build the wall!  ————————- “Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he was suggesting to Trump that the United States, Canada and Mexico seek an agreement to invest in development in Central America and southern Mexico, which is home to many of that country’s poor.   “In this way we confront the phenomenon of migration, because he who leaves his town does not leave for pleasure but out of necessity,” said Lopez Obrador, who takes office Dec. 1.”     https://apnews.com/b709e05ec83c49e6876ff612141ae942      
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      This conversation actually came up in our patriot group a couple weeks ago. A person is buying a piece of rural property to build a formal airsoft training range on. It will be an urban setting with houses, gas station, and whatever else suits his fancy. This formal training range will be a full-time occupation for him, and the main clients will be police officers and militia groups.
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      Nice work there. I have always wondered about a false wall in the basement for a secret room or outside escape tunnel.
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      The National Rifle Association is constantly under fire (no pun intended) because it refuses to support gun control. After all, when a gun grabber demands something, the only reasonable reaction in their minds is total capitulation with those demands. The NRA is so rude not to do precisely that. In reality, the NRA does what it can to protect shooting and shooting sports, and that means making a stand against anti-gunners. It also means helping college clubs attend shooting events. Of course, the NRA provides a ton of grants for a ton of different groups and for a ton of different reasons. Yes, I know, that’s a lot of tons. Whatever. What I do see is that the NRA may spend a lot on fighting the good fight on Capitol Hill, but it isn’t so focused on it that it forgets all of the other good it can do with the money we pay for membership dues. Grants like this do a lot of good since they ultimately help promote shooting sports. Shooters are far less likely to support gun control, which means these grants help create new opponents to gun confiscation schemes that we know are the endgame for the gun control zealots in Congress and state legislatures throughout the nation. Plus, it’s a good thing to do. School shooting clubs typically get little to no support from their schools, often because of the simple fact that they’re shooting clubs. They refuse to fund them like they would any other organization, which is funny because every other political club gets that kind of money. It’s only too bad that they aren’t considered a sports team. I mean, they’re representing their school in a competition. It stands to reason they should be, especially if they compete against other schools. Of course, that happening is a pipe dream at best. I’m pretty sure clubs like Iron Horse Shooting Sports Club are barely even tolerated at their schools, and if they are, they’re fortunate. They’re the exception. Luckily, if their schools won’t offer support, it seems the National Rifle Association will. A $3,000 grant may not be much when we look at the kind of money flying around in news stories on a regular basis, but for the folks of the Iron Horse Shooting Sports Club, I’m sure it made a world of difference. The post NRA Gives $3,000 Grant To Arkansas College Shooting Club appeared first on Bearing Arms. View the full article
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      If you want our recommendation without reading this entire article, we suggest the short barreled AR-15 rifle in 300 AAC Blackout, 7.5in barrel. View the full article
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      Hello all. Just finished emergency special operation training in the DOC. I don't update much but there it is. 
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      If they do start switching to 6.8 I think I'll hold off on getting a rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor.  There will probably be several more AR platform versions of the 6.8 soon after.
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      Hello everyone, I am one of those People looking to get others involved in correcting the broken, fraudulent “system” and restoring the republic. I have done extensive research and have ways we can take back our country without a shot being fired. But then again, the Elitists will not surrender their criminal cartel willingly I assume, so maybe that is wishful thinking. Anyway, there are ways you can remove your self from the system, that is not a typo, I mean your ...... self as in the living Man from the legal fiction we have all been duped and trapped into believing is the real body of us. The current system is corporate and bankrupt, they are using us as chattel paper and debt slaves. We must correct our status and claim what is rightfully ours, freedom, liberty and the right to own property. Good to be here.  
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      The firearm industry is an unusual place. After all, if a car is used to run over someone, even if it’s an intentional act, no one thinks to sue Toyota or the dealership that sold the car. The idea of doing so is ridiculous. But with guns, it happens. In fact, it happens despite federal law protecting companies that sell firearms. One of the latest examples is a police officer in Boston who is suing Armslist for supposedly being responsible for him being shot. Actually, Armslist sales have to follow the same rules as any other sale. Unless the sale can be conducted face-to-face, it has to go through an FFL holder who conducts a background check. Sites like eBay, Amazon, and Craigslist have chosen to prohibit sales of firearms, but it’s not up to them to verify people who are legally allowed to buy or sell a gun, much like how it’s not up to a newspaper that sells a classified ad to check out potential buyers. Those sites have cut off guns because of a desire to virtue signal more than anything else. Besides, it sounds like Armslist isn’t the one who ultimately sold the gun to the bad guy. Despite the bulk of the complaint being focused on Armslist, they fail to note one very important thing. Sara Johnson, the individual who sold the gun to Headley, was the one who was ultimately responsible for arming a convicted felon. She was apparently engaged in gun running, and while she did use Armslist to facilitate some contacts, the lawsuit notes that most firearms were sold to her with serial numbers intact, which indicates the seller believed they were engaged in a lawful transaction. In other words, the only one responsible for arming Headley is Johnson. Do people use Armslist for nefarious purposes? Probably. Kind of like how they use eBay and Craigslist to dispose of stolen property or how Amazon is used for money laundering. In other words, lots of people use websites for illegal purchases, but why is Armslist being singled out? Oh, because the Brady Bunch wants to hurt anyone and everyone involved with guns. That’s what this is all really about. They’ve just roped in this wounded police officer to help them do just that. The post Boston Cop Files Suit Against Site He Blames For Being Shot appeared first on Bearing Arms. View the full article
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      (Taimy Alvarez/South Florida Sun-Sentinel via AP) It’s easy to forget that not everyone with close ties to Parkland went full-on anti-gunner. After all, look at what the media has put forward for us to look at left and right since the massacre took place. We’ve seen David Hogg, Emma Gonzalez, Delaney Tarr, and numerous parents who all sit there and tell us how evil guns are. It’s easy to forget that they’re not the totality of Parkland. One notable exception has been Kyle Kashuv, who has made a name for himself slapping down his classmates for their stupidity, but he’s not alone. Boom. He’s 100 percent right. Anyone who has looked at Parkland sees that the biggest failures all came well before the shooting started on February 14th. They came when the school did nothing to deal with the violent menace in its midst, even though it knew the shooter had psychological issues. They came when the Broward County Sheriff’s Office failed to act on the numerous complaints made against the future gunman, many of which would have made him ineligible to purchase a firearm. Numerous failures by school and sheriff’s office officials all piled up until that killer walked into the school with an AR-15 and opened fire. They all dropped the ball, then turned as quickly as possible to point the finger at the National Rifle Association. They had to deflect the blame before people decided to bring back lynch mobs. Unfortunately for them, not everyone bought it. Mr. Pollack, in particular, knows precisely who to blame for his daughter’s tragic death. If responsibility rests on anyone other than the killer, it’s the legions of Democrats who set the stage for him to eventually be able to carry out the slaughter of innocent children and teachers. There’s nothing about any of this that rests at the feet of gun rights advocates, especially since existing laws should easily have been sufficient, and if the school and sheriff’s officials hadn’t dropped the ball completely. Democrats are trying to champion the Parkland bunch for the simple reason that if they don’t, people might see all the ways their policies contributed to the tragedy. They can’t allow that to happen, so they’ve enlisted their cronies in the media to keep the spin machine going. The thing is, a lot of us know. We know precisely who all contributed and who failed to prevent the massacre of 17 people on Valentine’s Day. And none of them were pro-gun activists or groups, that’s for damn sure. The post Parkland Dad Lashes Out At Gun Grabbing Democrats appeared first on Bearing Arms. View the full article
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    • My Militia vs Social Media
      This month, the team have been discussing the role of My Militia in the social media age.

      The perspective we have shared among the staff follows.....

      Aside from you owning your data completely with no "Big Brother" to worry about, the main advantage to building your militia, (Recruitment, Events, Communication and Management etc...) on the My Militia platform is allowing yourself and your members to become relatively anonymous.

      With social media (like Facebook), it only takes a few clicks to discover more about you. It's easy to look at your political leanings, which area you live in, what your favorite films are and so on. Next thing you know people are looking at your family photos and private things that more than likely shouldn't be shared so openly or freely.

      All that information comes with you when you join a community like Facebook whether you like it or not.

      With My Militia, you can create your own personality unique to us. You don't need to reveal your real name, or photo. Try that on Facebook and you will be asked to prove who you are.

      My Militia puts the privacy back in your hands.

      We really like that. No one will be more responsible with your digital footprint than you are.

      We will be digging into this in more depth this month. We came across some fantastic research which supports this and has some lovely quotes such as "Facebook is being alone, together and My Militia is being together, together."

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    • 8 Essential Qualities That Define Great Leadership in the Militia
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      1. Sincere enthusiasm
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      Every one of these qualities is absolutely essential to great leadership. Without them, leaders cannot live up to their full potential. As a result, their team members will never perform as well as they can either. Because of this, Militias must learn the best ways to identify and also to develop these necessary traits in existing and emerging leaders.
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    • The Things You Miss
      One of the things I miss most about Iraq, or even the military life in general, was just sitting around smoking and joking after work. 
       
      Before I deployed, most of the time it was us getting off of work, heading the club, telling women we were pilots or special forces. We'd sometimes fight with the locals or any unfortunate Marines who wondered too far from their club. 
       
      Then, while in Iraq, I'd get off of work sometime in the wee hours of the morning. I'd hang out at Green Beans, drink coffee until the sun rose or a mortar came in. 
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    • How to Disappear without Committing Pseudocide
      How to Disappear Completely And Never Be Found

       
      I wanted to move into a homeless shelter because I thought that girls who were homeless would be more likely to go out with me.
      I had this fantasy version of what a homeless shelter would be like. We’d sneak around to each others rooms as if they were dorm rooms. It would be romantic. Lots of giggling. And crack smoking. Heck, I’d try it. For love.
      I had a job and wasn’t really homeless. I had a place to live. But my girlfriend at the time hated me I was pretty sure of it and I needed a change.  Plus the homeless shelter was right next to my place of work. I could’ve lived at the shelter and it was about a 20 second walk to work.
      How great can life be? I ask again: How great can life really be?
      The homeless shelter director said “no” to my request. He called my references. I had said I wanted to write about the experience. My boss, my ACTUAL boss at the time, said I was probably mentally ill.
      I didn’t have that job for too much longer. Nor did I move into the homeless shelter. But they did let me give chess lessons there.
      All of this to say, there’s something primal in me that wants to disappear. To mix with what I view as the lowest of the low, to forget about my past, to sign up for a future that is meaningless, to think only about right now and give up everything else.
      When I was a kid I bought the book “How to Disappear Completely  And Never Be Found.” 
      I don’t know if any of the techniques still work but here was the author’s plan:
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      This isn’t unusual. Many people lose their birth certificates.
      Use the birth certificate to get a social security card (say you’ve been a permanent student up until now). Use the two forms of ID to get a bank account, credit cards, driver’s license....
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