Tag: civil rights

When Racist Bombed a Church [Podcast 537]

The Podcast look at history takes us to 9-15-1963 to the 16th Baptist Church where terrorist killed four little girls.  Domestic terrorism is not new.  Racism is not new.  BUT we have to be able to discern the difference between enemies and allies.  Don’t get lost in the fight.  It’s not about black or white, […]

Podcast 534 – Where There is Unity , There is Strength

After a three week break, the podcast returned with some new features and a mission.  The Black Man With A Gun Podcast which will celebrate its tenth year this December, has evolved to highlight the accomplishments and events of a growing segment of the gun community, African Americans. The host recognized the energy, enthusiasm and […]

Crazy Talk

Crazy talk, that’s what it is. All this business about recognizing licenses from other states is just crazy. Just because someone has a license from a state like maybe Mississippi…just a little bit of training, and a perfunctory test…well, it doesn’t mean they would meet the standards to get a license in say, New York. […]

Mandatory

Disclaimer: Nothing in this article should be interpreted as advocating against getting training. More, better training is always good and will improve your odds of successfully defending yourself with a gun while staying out of trouble with the law. If you can get training, you should. I’m always amazed…and disappointed…at the number of “gun people” […]

Am I Right?

The pen is mightier than the sword, and words are very powerful things. Although the 1st Amendment guarantees freedom of speech, allowing the wrong people access to this power is clearly a threat to public safety. Some reasonable restrictions are in order. Am I right? I am, of course, talking about the internet. After all, […]

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