When friends are strangers

Let’s assume, for the moment, that you have a perfect teenager. He or she is always polite, gets schoolwork in on time, excels in extracurricular activities, has above-average SAT scores, and has never been in trouble at school — or anywhere else, for that matter....

The CIA, Philippine Insurgency and My First Time Shooting

This post by Ross Eliot originally appeared on Occupy the 2nd Amendment. Grandma Donna in a painting by Natalie Phillips At the age of seven, my grandmother was the first person to let me touch a gun. It happened after dinner one evening when she quite irresponsibly...

Your Hump Day Reading List for June 6, 2018

It’s the first Wednesday of June? Why, let’s celebrate with some great self defense, personal safety, and family preparedness articles!     How will you protect your children? When you have children, defense planning gets substantially more complicated. The younger...
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