Monthly Archives: November 2012

Quote Of The Year?

travelling overwatch
Looks like the future is system D and travelling overwatch.

Danger Close, tweeting @CloseDanger

Just What Was Fundamentally Wrong with Bolshevism?

Worth the time (h/t commenter QuadGMoto at The Smallest Minority).

Let’s try it again, harder.

That’s the ticket.

Max Velocity: More On Gear

Right here.

Expedite on ballistic protection.


UPDATE 2255 EST 30 NOV 2012: See also this follow-on post from Max.

Fight Another Day

punkin chunkin
Over the transom, from a work in progress….



Two wings.

Same carrion-eating bird.

Obamacare Rolls Into My Life

SiGB reports from just over the horizon.

Got black-market docs?

Porretto: Principles And Politics

Thoughtful musings from Fran.

Understand that there is no relief convoy en route.

You and those who would respond in your area to a 2 am call are all that you have.

Plan the strategy, operations, and tactics from that basis.

And keep in mind always the principles for which you will fight, kill, and die.



The latest Claire Wolfe (and commentariat) book is now available in several formats here.

Best part?

It’s free!

Get two – one for reading and one for a gift.

DumpDC: Here Is How To Secede From The Union

Step by step.

Rational people can avoid — perhaps — some of the ugliness that approaches.

Remaining bound hand and foot to a dying, bankrupt, incurably-corrupt Empire is not the way to do that.

Think freedom.


ZeroGov: Equality And The American Public

Read and think.


“Equality”, enforced by jackboot and guns.

Choose one.

Compulsory Attendance?

Ed Rasimus asks some serious questions about secession.

The use of force to maintain a relationship is never healthy.

Even if it is a long-standing affair.

Codrea: Another Glorious Post-Heller Victory

“…What they in turn should expect is that, robed elitists and their intentional torturing of the clear proscription “shall not be infringed” notwithstanding, the Second Amendment will ultimately mean what uncompromising men with guns say it does.”


And by the way, the fundamental human right to self-defense and the tools needed for same pre-existed the Second Amendment.

Just as did the fundamental human right to private property.

The United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights did not create a single fundamental human right.

Remember that.

“Obviously This Is Your Constitutional Right”

AP links to a good-cop story.


Post-US World Born In Phnom Penh

Spengler waves bye-bye to Pax Americana Pacifica.

Look West, folks.

The future is unfolding there.

SK: With Democracy For All And Freedom For None

Mob rule.

Gives anarchy a bad name, eh what?

I know — we can vote on it.

That will make it all better.

Introduction To Combat Tracking – Part I

Michael Yon sends.

Another chapter to follow soon.

Max Velocity: Body Armor/Plate Carriers

Read it all.

Then act while you still can.

You didn’t think Team Marxist is going to exempt these items, did you?

Hipsters On Food Stamps

H/t to Maggies for these snapshots of a burgeoning demographic:

Hipsters on Food Stamps, Part I

Hipsters on Food Stamps, Part II


…It’s a simple thesis and no one wants to hear it: hipsters may lack drive, but the world they live in wasn’t set up by them, it was set up by their parents, i.e. the Dumbest Generation Of Narcissists In The History Of The World, the ones who magnified the importance and cost of college without having any idea of what should be its purpose, let alone its content…

Question for the commentariat:

Potential recruits, fertilizer, long-pork-jerky source, or other?

Highest/best use, and all that.

Talk amongst yourselves.

Tales Of New America

Please take the time to read all seven (thus far) chapters.

FUSA is dead.

Long live the virtues of the old American republic:

Individual freedom.

Extremely limited government.


Personal responsibility.

Freedom of expression, both religious and political.

Defiance to tyranny, even unto death.

God help us all.


Codrea: Public Interest Law Firm Files Brief On Holder Case As GOP ‘Negotiates’

Not with a bang, but with a whimper?

Darrell Issa could not be reached for comment.