And the Police Were??

Freedom Is Just Another Word...

Minutes away..

But the good guys with guns…dealt with it..and no shots fired!!

Bet the gun grabbers hate stories like this!!

Carry Permit Holder Fends Off Crowbar-Wielding Intruder

Man out for walk says he showed gun, halted armed robbery of Mpls. market

Thats how it should work!!


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Husband in NJ Defends His Wife the Only Way He Can – He Dies Protecting Her During Carjacking

Sheeple: People unable to think for themselves

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Perhaps if New Jersey gun laws were different this story would have a different ending.

However, with rare exception, New Jersey makes it illegal for citizens to protect themselves outside of their home. Carry permits are nearly impossible for regular citizens to get and carrying a gun without a permit carries stiff penalties.

We don’t know if Dustin Friedland would have carried a firearm for protection if he was legally allowed to, but we do know that he was not allowed to, and he was unfortunately killed in a violent crime in one of New Jersey’s more affluent shopping districts while doing everything he could to protect his young wife.

According to the New York Post,

Dustin Friedland, 30, and Jamie Schare Friedland, 27, both lawyers, had their arms full of packages and were headed back to their 2012 Range Rover in the parking garage near Nordstrom at The…

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Mapping the Blind Spots: Developer Unearths Secret U.S. Military Bases

Stop Making Sense

From Mashable:

If you look closely enough on Google or Bing Maps, some places are blanked out, hidden from public view. Many of those places disguise secret or sensitive American military facilities.

The United States military has a foothold in every corner of the world, with military bases on every continent. It’s not even clear how many there are out there. The Pentagon says there are around 5,000 in total, and 598 in foreign countries, but those numbers are disputed by the media.

But how do these facilities look from above? To answer that question, you first need to locate the bases. Which, as it turns out, is relatively easy.

That’s what Josh Begley, a data artist, found out when he embarked on a project to map all known U.S. military bases around the world, collect satellite pictures of them using Google Maps and Bing Maps, and display them…

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