The Cuban Racial Crisis

Mark Cuban, a man whose name I have only recently come to know, and who apparently owns a basketball team, which doesn’t interest me because basketball interests me about as much as having my scrotum pierced, has been in the news a lot lately. So much so, in fact, that I became sufficiently irritated to…

Extremism: The Refugee Dilemma

The recent axe attack in Germany, committed by a 17 year old Afghan refugee, highlights one aspect of the refugee crisis I have yet to see discussed in the media – extremism vs terrorism. On any given day, virtually anyone you encounter in Afghanistan, even those fighting alongside our own troops, is an extremist.  Through…

GRAPHIC IMAGE: Dead Dallas Terrorist

WARNING! GRAPHIC IMAGE BELOW An anonymous source sent this photograph to the website, Danger and Play, found HERE and reports it is a photo of Dallas Terrorist Micah Johnson after he was stopped by an explosive device. The rubble and debris in the image is consistent with the image reportedly showing the Saiga rifle Johnson…

Dallas Shooting: Ignorance and Conjecture

It seems every time I attempt to seclude myself from social media for a much-needed break, some major disaster or traumatic event occurs and I get dragged back to the keyboard.  In this case, it was the mass shooting in Dallas, Texas, by Micah Xavier Johnson during a protest against police shootings across the country.…

Assault Rifles: Adopting The Language Of Defeat

Following the horrific Terrorist Attack in Orlando, Florida, it has been difficult for anyone knowledgeable about firearms to stay out of the debate on guns in general, and “assault rifles” specifically.  We have to ignore the facts of the case at the moment because the facts have not been revealed.  It will take forensics experts…

The Meth of Gun Control

No, that isn’t a typographical error in the headline of this article.  Let me explain. A decade ago, methamphetamine use reached epidemic proportions in the United States.  As a former trainer of corporate investigations staff, which included pharmacy chains, I was intimately familiar with the methods used by drug manufacturers to procure their ingredients.  We…