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Lesson From The Shoot House

  Forget the Past, It’s Over. If you have the opportunity to experience a shoot house in your firearms’ training wish list do so.  Some of the lessons you learn shooting while moving in the confines of a building can be applied to life as well.  You know that is how I roll.  I’ve been…

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Cutting Your Cigar

Cutting Your Cigar   Most cigars require cutting before being smoked. The cutting of a cigar is important to ensuring your cigar has a quality smoke, so make sure to use a sharp blade. A dull blade can cause an uneven cut and hurt the flow of the cigar pull and cause unraveling of the…

Dr. Ana M. Anzola of Ascent Audiology

Escucha Me

Listen To Me               I was told that when you turn 50 years old you should get your colon checked.  I just found out that you should also get your hearing checked.  Given the choice of procedures, I went for the ears.  Plus, I don’t know what they are…

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Cigar Care

Do’s and Don’ts Regarding Cigar Care   Below are a few Do’s and Don’ts to caring for and storing your cigars.  Cigar Do’s: •It is recommended to keep your cigar in a humidor at seventy percent humidity and seventy degrees Fahrenheit. •The humidifier of your humidor should only be filled with distilled water. •If you…


Freedoms’ Network

Today is the official launch of the Freedoms Network.  (August 1, 2012).  We launch today with just over 100 plugged in, in the know people, podcasters and bloggers already. Friends, countrymen, instructors, podcasters, bloggers, authors, philosophers, whatever– welcome. If you are a patriot and just like being around positive people, welcome.  It was created for…