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Welcome to my home page. My two overriding passions are the cause of Liberty, especially in defense of the Constitution & Bill of Rights of the United States of America; and the collection & study of weapons, especially firearms.
Criminals Prefer Unarmed Victims. Politicians Prefer Unarmed Peasants. I AM NONE OF THESE THINGS.

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These local and national organizations fight for our right to defend ourselves and our freedom. Please give them your support.

"He was a foe without hate, a friend without treachery, a soldier without cruelty, and a victim without murmuring. He was a public officer without vices, a private citizen without wrong, a neighgbor without reproach, a Christian without hypocrisy, and a man without guilt. He was Caesar without his ambition, Frederick without his tyranny, Napoleon without his selfishness, and Washington without his reward."
Tribute to Robert E. Lee
January 19, 1807 - October 12, 1870
by Benjamin H. Hill

On 23 January 1855, John Moses Browning was born in Ogden, Utah. A true mechanical genius, 'Saint John', as he is called by firearms enthusiasts, is arguably the single most prolific - and brilliant - inventor in the history of firearms. His .30-caliber machineguns and automatic rifle helped America win both World Wars; his .50-caliber is still the world standard 90 years after its introduction; the lever-action rifle he perfected for Winchester in 1894 was in continuous production for 112 years; his .45 pistol of 1911, seen here, now a full century old, is considered the most perfect personal-defense weapon since the Japanese sword.

27 January 1967 - AS-204 Apollo 1
Virgil I. 'Gus' Grissom
Edward H. White II
Roger B. Chaffee

28 January 1986 - STS-51L - OV-99 Challenger
Ronald E. McNair - Ellison S. Onizuka - Judith A. Resnik
Francis R. Scobee - Michael J. Smith
Sharon Christa McAuliffe - Gregory B. Jarvis

1 February 2003 - STS-107 - OV-102 Columbia
Rick D. Husband - William C. McCool - Michael P. Anderson
David M. Brown - Kalpana Chawla - Laurel B. Clark - Ilan Ramon

On 7 May 1945, Admiral Karl Donitz, Hitler's chosen successor, surrendered to Allied forces, effectively ending the Second World War in Europe.

Sunday, 9 May, is Mother's Day. Some misguided mothers would use this occasion to advise you to become helpless victims of vicious criminals.
These mothers know better. Please give them your support.
Second Amendment Sisters / Armed Informed Mothers

Monday, 29 May, is Memorial Day.
Not just a day to go to the beach; not just another day off. This is a day to remember all the real Americans who risked or GAVE their LIVES to defend the freedom we enjoy today.
Go find a veteran, get down on your knees and THANK HIM FOR SAVING THE WORLD.

Wednesday, 6 June, is the 60th anniversary of the allied invasion of Normandy in Nazi-occupied France.
This is the day the world was saved.

Friday, 14 June, is Flag Day.

On 21 June 1788, the Constitution of the United States of America took effect as New Hampshire became the ninth state to ratify it.