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Image  —  Posted: April 23, 2014 in Images
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Because the laws I would pass if I were the President of the United States make so much more sense then those already on the books; it’s safe to say in today’s political climate no politician will even consider them.  But if I were the President here are  8 laws I would pass.

  • All illegal immigrants would be ineligible for any government benefits and would be deported immediately.
  • Border security would be enhanced and enforced immediately.
  • Any law abiding citizen may own any type of semi automatic, lever action, pump action or bolt action rifle or shotgun and any type of semi automatic pistol or revolver without any restrictions as to magazine capacity or rounds capacity.
  • Flat tax of 3% for state and federal income taxes would be utilized regardless of income.  No taxes of any other type and or percentage can be implemented for any reason.
  • Any government offical who violates any constitutional amendment in action or in proposed legislation would be subject to criminal prosecution. Same applies to any officials engaged in malicious prosecutions.
  • Foreign aid to countries who are anti-american would be suspended permanently.
  • All restraint on our armed forces would be removed when they are operating in a state of war against a foreign country.
  • Welfare would only be offered to individuals based on stringent needs and circumstances requirements, once in their lifetime, not to exceed 12 months.

You can see all 5 of my post apocalyptic fiction books, 2 of my zombie fiction books and 1 of my horror fiction books on the left side of my blog page.  Go ahead and purchase one or more over at Amazon.com. They are really quite interesting and entertaining to read if I do say so myself.

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When target shooting at your gun range of choice; here are 9 reasons why your pistol shots may not be grouping properly on target.  Review each one to make sure you have factored them in, if your shots are consistently erratic, then work at correcting them.

  • Poor sight alignment
  • Flinching
  • Improper breath control
  • Poor trigger control
  • Improper pistol grip
  • Unbalanced stance
  • Lack of concentration
  • Failure to aim properly
  • Nervousness

Review this list; and if you find yourself consistently experiencing one or more of these thing; then take the steps necessary to correct them.  Then again it just might be the gun :)

You can see all 5 of my post apocalyptic fiction books, 2 of my zombie fiction books and 1 of my horror fiction books on the left side of my blog page.  Go ahead and purchase one or more over at Amazon.com. They are really quite interesting and entertaining to read if I do say so myself.

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Life is meant to be lived and enjoyed to the fullest.  You should live the way you want, work at something you enjoy doing, reside where you want and get as much satisfaction from life as possible.  Along with that however, it is also prudent to be prepared for situations in life where things are contra to your best interests.  Disasters such as social unrest, war, famine, societal collapse, escalations in violent crime, etc., are just some of the things that in this day and age are of concern to many.  So, along with enjoying the good times, it is also important to prepare for the bad times.

The following are the things I consider the most important for preparing for your own survival during times of crisis.

  • There is no such thing as having too much canned food or water set aside.  If disaster strikes, grocery stores may not be available to supplement your needs.  You must maintain a minimum of 3 months worth of food and water per person.
  • Yes, yes, yes you must have a sufficient amount of guns and ammunition and be well versed in their use.  You may have sufficient quantities of emergency supplies, but if others try and forcibly take them, you must be able to hold onto what you have.
  • People can and will panic during disasters so avoid large crowds and any areas subject to martial law and or rioting. 
  • Use common sense and good judgement when deciding whom to trust.
  • Always keep  small amounts of cash on hand.  A disaster may render ATM’s and credit card systems useless.  If so, cash or barter may be the only ways to immediately conduct business.
  • Take responsibility for your own survival.  Ability without character is useless.  Remain as moral and as ethical during times of crisis as you deem prudent.

You can see all 5 of my post apocalyptic fiction books, 2 of my zombie fiction books and 1 of my horror fiction books on the left side of my blog page.  Go ahead and purchase one or more over at Amazon.com. They are really quite interesting and entertaining to read if I do say so myself.

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Image  —  Posted: April 15, 2014 in 2nd Amendment
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Bundy ranch standoff with the feds ends in favor of the Bundy family.  A win for the Bundy’s and the 2nd Amendment.  The standoff between the feds and the Bundy’s clearly illustrates the importance of why the 2nd amendment needs to be supported and defended.  When the government oversteps its authority the 2nd amendment will come shining through.

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