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Jan 26, 2012

Pig Stick'n...Can you do it?

I came to this from Knuckledraggin.

Matthew brings up some very good points on blade work.

If it came down to brass tacks, could you kill someone with a blade?

Knife work is down & dirty.  You will get bloody & it has a distinct smell.

Are you ready for it?  Can you do it?

You best make up your mind & quick because practice time is a tick'n away.

Here are the links.  Good reads with lots of pertinent info.

Read them more than once, that's how important they are.


To what extent are you willing...and capable of saving your life? If no gun were available could you ...would you...are readily capable of doing so with a knife.

Would you slit an attacker's throat?

Could you use a knife to filet three inches of forearm off of a rapist, a serial killer?

Can you descend to that primal place of fight at bad breath distance and prevail?


Everything about fighting starts inside your head.

Gun, knife, or hands. It makes no difference.

The response that begins in your head flows to your hands

Pre-crime Alert

Don't forget about the Precogs. 
Wait, did I see Tom Cruise.....Oh..My    

via Cryptogon

The police department in the city of East Orange, New Jersey is installing red spotlights to remotely shine on those police believe are about to commit a crime.

understand that you do so at your own peril

Brian Kemp the DA in Georgia who is trying to hold Barry's feet to the fire to officially declare him a illegal alien, has dropped his nuts and is holding to his guns.

The lawyer for the pResident is pulling their usual shit.  But he ain't skeered.

via WH Dossier
President Obama will ignore an order by an Atlanta judge to appear in court Thursday for a hearing in a case challenging his qualifications under the Constitution to be president.

Jablonski states that while waiting for Kemp to do as requested, “we will, of course, suspend further participation in these proceedings, including the hearing scheduled for January 26.”

“To the extent a request to withdraw the case referral is procedurally available, I do not believe such a request would be judicious given the hearing is set for tomorrow morning,” the Kemp letter states. “Anything you and your client place in the record in response to the challenge will be beneficial to my review of the initial decision; however, if you and your client choose to suspend your participation in the OSAH proceedings, please understand that you do so at your own peril.”

Reach'n for the Sky...Not

Another feel good story.

A 65 yr old man takes care of himself with a CCW in Penn state on a hiking trail.

They tried to rob him.

He kills one & wounds the other.

Reason Kajillion to carry a firearm.

The moral of the story....The ol' Don't judge a book by it's cover thing


A 65-year-old man who was knocked off his bicycle by three teenagers on a Pennsylvania trail shot two of them, killing one, police said according to reports. 

Read the last line in the article.  Yep, the DA knows whats up.

The man was released by police after they consulted with District Attorney John Adams late Wednesday, WFMZ reported.

Global Supply Chain Security

DHS is making a push to control all the marbles.

They want to control the food movement, fuel movement, building materials movement, etc.

Get it while you can, because we may not be able to soon.

Secretary Napolitano Unveils National Strategy for Global Supply Chain Security

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano today unveiled the Obama administrations National Strategy for Global Supply Chain Security at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The Department of Homeland Security is committed to facilitating legitimate trade and travel, while preventing terrorists from exploiting supply chains, protecting transportation systems from attacks and disruptions, and increasing the resilience of global supply chains.
We must continue to strengthen global supply chains to ensure that they operate effectively in time of crisis; recover quickly from disruptions; and facilitate international trade and travel, said Secretary Napolitano. As a part of this effort, we look forward to working closely with our international partners in the public and private sector to build a more resilient global supply chain.

The National Strategy for Global Supply Chain Security outlines clear goals to promote the efficient and secure movement of goods and foster a resilient supply chain system. It also provides guidance for the U.S. government and crucial domestic, international, public and private stakeholders who share a common interest in the security and resiliency of the global supply chain.