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SHOT SHOW 2009: QUICK SHOTS AT SHOT SHOW 2009 BIGGER AND BETTER

To be honest, I did not have high hopes going into this year’s Shot Show in Orlando.

COMMAND GUIDANCE

Mexican officials frequently lecture the U.S. about our supposedly loose gun laws that are blamed for spreading anarchy south of our borders. Mexican President Filipe Calderon has admitted that his country is experiencing a “gradual and growing disintegration of public and governmental institutions.”

 

FLAK

SECOND AMENDMENT

BULLETIN BOARD

OBAMA BLOWS OFF MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENTS

SURVIVAL: PREPARING TO SURVIVE THE COMING COLLAPSE

A businessman called me shortly after the near market meltdown on 17 September, asking my opinion on what he should do with his cash now that he is pulling it out of the markets. My reply was simple: start preparing yourself and your family to be self-sufficient. I’m far from being a doomsayer, but it is now no longer whether hard times are coming, it’s simply a matter of when.

COMMON SENSE: FAILURE TO LAUNCH

From the day that Barack Obama wrested the presidential nomination from Hillary Rodham Clinton, his presidency became, according to those who were running his campaign, inevitable. Even before winning the election, he began assembling a much-vaunted “team of rivals” to guide U.S. foreign and domestic policy. Though his running mate, then-Sen.

Border Agents Complete Customs Course

BASRAH — Ten Department of Border Enforcement trainers graduated from a Customs and Immigration Trainer Course at the Basrah International Airport here, March 18. Completion of  the three-week course is another milestone achievement for the Department of Border Enforcement (DBE) and their Coalition Border Transition Teams as they work together to enhance the capabilities of the DBE and secure the borders of Iraq. “The instructors have been very [well] trained over the past few weeks, training and improving,” said DBE Col.