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If The Left Wins Their Soft Coup, Everyone Loses – But Mostly Them – Kurt Schlichter Here’s how this goes: If you end the rule of law, you begin the rule of power, and the rule of power means the folks with the most guns rule. Do they think the predominantly red state soldiers of our military are going to murder other Americans and risk their own lives to secure the unearned power of a bunch of Chardonnay-swilling liberals and their fakecon lackeys?

This is a cultural cold war that is in the process of turning hot. Trump supporter run down, stabbed after political rally – KTTV

Justice Gorsuch’s first opinions reveal a confident textualist – The Washington Post

The Inevitable War | Chateau Heartiste I unclipped my Benchmade 4.5″ Stryker knife when I felt him lean over me to look into the car and plunged the glinting tip of my shiv directly into his abdomen somewhere near his spleen.

Mueller’s Empire: Legions of Lawyers, Bottomless Budget, Limitless Jurisdiction – American Greatness

The New Senate Republican Bill Will Transform American Health Care

Liberty’s Torch: The Fear Weapon “Government shutdown” remains a scare-staple of the Establishment, particularly among Democrats. They want us to think that calamity of some sort will ensue should we dare to deny them what they demand. It just isn’t so. In reality, the fear runs in the opposite direction: The Establishment and its minions fear that we’ll discover that we don’t need them and in fact would do better without them.

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  • ghostsniper June 24, 2017, 10:18 AM

    I’d like to see the methodry for that sniper shot, seems kinda fishy.
    At some point the equipment exceeds the capacity of the user.
    ferinstance, if a guy *pulls the trigger* on an 18″ shell shooter on a battleship can he be said to have *snipered* the enemy.

    Clue: you can’t see 2.14 miles.

  • Terry June 24, 2017, 12:13 PM

    This is not an aimed shot and hit in the real world of long range rife ballistics. It is an accident of circumstances. Not “luck” either. I am not discrediting the trigger man or his spotters. They are good at what they do. But at that range reality rules. That one hit.

  • Old Codger June 25, 2017, 10:43 AM

    I’m a decent shot: Claim to fame is an observed hit a sitting mallard duck at 100 yds. with a .22 LR, using an old-fashioned cross-hair scope. It was my buddy’s rifle and I borrowed it for a “snap shot” which he observed. He still can’t believe that I hit that duck! Would I ever replicate that shot? Highly unlikely! (Shoulda bet him a $100 before aiming.)

    So, yeah, circumstance is involved, yet as Terry noted, it comes down to equipment and some fair experience and practice to put one’s self in that circumstance.