By: Mike McDaniel During my police days, I came to realize that there is nothing as funny as the look on a citizen’s face when they realize they’ve just run into a marked police car. I was hit three times by hapless citizens. In one incident, I was stopped in a turn lane, waiting for a light to change, when a woman turned far too widely and ran right into my left front fender. As both vehicles settled on their suspensions, I peered through the windshield at the shaken woman, who took a few seconds to return to reality, a completely stunned look settling on her face. Then she focused on me. I smiled and waved; her eyes bugged out, shot up to my lightbar, back down to me, back up to the lightbar, her jaw dropped open, and all the color drained from her face, just as in a cartoon.
I spent a large part of the day talking about guns, thinking about police and guns, and handling guns. That’s what this post is about. Today was a gun day. It began when a friend who strongly supports the Second Amendment nevertheless wondered why police shoot people who end up [Read More]
By: Mike McDaniel. Circa August 18, 2016, with the Milwaukee case leading the news, it is instructive to review the pantheon of Black Lives Matter, holy social justice martyrs, all of which are wholly-owned subsidiaries of the Democrat Party. Trayvon Martin: The Trayvon Martin of the Social Justice narrative was [Read More]
Can we still laugh at the leftist war on every American institution and value, including Aunt Jemima pancake mix? Read these memes and then you tell me. Putting aside his crazy noodle habit, this is the hero America needs pic.twitter.com/ciYtEM1LOe — Rita Panahi (@RitaPanahi) June 14, 2020 pic.twitter.com/vnRpk0zl5y — Donald [Read More]