By: Mike McDaniel If you’ve already read the first six articles in this series you have at least a basic background in the philosophical, theological and political implications of weapon ownership and use. This article–and the next two–concern practical, moral and legal issues, as well as exploring some of the primary ways that carrying a concealed weapon must necessarily change one’s life. Keep in mind that I am not an attorney, and that you are responsible for becoming familiar with the law where you live and wherever you travel. An article I wrote–more in a serious vein–on the same topic may also be worth your time.
By: Mike McDaniel This is very interesting, and raises an important, if somewhat unsettling, insight. On the other hand, it may not be unsettling, but encouraging. Tribunist.com reports: Black Friday, a day of commercial consumerism. The lines are wrapped around the buildings waiting for the deals of a lifetime. While you [Read More]
This is a story that provides a clue to why we will ultimately prevail over the barbarians that wish to drive civilization back to the dark ages. It’s about determination and skill, but more than anything, it tells the thinking person that all cultures are not, for a moment, equivalent. [Read More]
By: Mike McDaniel It’s little appreciated, but the ultimate women’s issue is the right to self-defense. Little appreciated because those screaming about “women’s issues” are commonly progressives, and frequently, so far left they make Mao look like a George W. Bush Republican. Such people tend not to think highly [Read More]