(Amy Katz/ZUMA Press/Newscom) “People actively hate us,” one recently retired U.S. Border Patrol agent complains in a New York Times piece on morale and recruitment problems at the federal agency. In El Paso, an active duty agent admitted he and his colleagues avoid many restaurants because “there’s always the possibility of them spitting in your food.” What’s remarkable … Continue reading “Gee, I wonder why !?! Many arms of government are unpopular with large swathes of the American population. by J.D. TUCCILLE”
Longtime SC distributor of guns, other outdoor goods is bankrupt By John McDermott email@example.com Jun 10, 2019 Updated Jun 14, 2019 A slowdown in firearms sales is one reason the parent of Chapin-based Ellett Brothers said it was forced to file for bankruptcy. A South Carolina distributor of guns and other outdoors supplies that was launched during … Continue reading “Just another good reason on Why I was a School Teacher!”
NRA money flowed to board members amid allegedly lavish spending Beth Reinhard, Katie Zezima, Tom Hamburger and Carol D. Leonnig A former pro football player who serves on the National Rifle Association board was paid $US400,000 ($NZ600,953) by the US lobby group in recent years for public outreach and firearms training. Another board member, a … Continue reading “Problems at the NRA”
Organization, planning and patience keys to success (Photo: R.Flynt/MDWFP) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE Alligator hunting is one of Mississippi’s most challenging pursuits, and among some hunters it’s the most exciting. But those challenges can lead to a frustrating season for some. Ricky Flynt, Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks Alligator Program coordinator, explained some of the most … Continue reading “Don’t make these mistakes during alligator season Brian Broom, Mississippi Clarion Ledger”
Thanks Federal Government for making our Money faith based only instead of Silver & Gold!
December 15, 2017 by Fred Reed Today we will ponder America, a country, even a civilization, that existed long ago where the United States is today, but bore little resemblance to it. It will be like studying cave drawings, or Sargon of Akkad. Pay attention. The is original source material of historical importance. I was there, in America: … Continue reading “Firing the Pre-Pubertal Arquebus: A Sociological Treatise”