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Jeremy Younger
It's not the odds. It's the stakes.
It's not the odds. It's the stakes.


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It is the foundation of morality. It is the difference between theft and charity... Between rape and love making... Between assault and sparring... Between stealing and sharing... Between deception and make-believe... Between stalking and a relationship... Between slavery and service... Between force and cooperation.

It is CONSENT. And it matters.

Consent is the dividing line between morally acceptable human interaction and morally unacceptable human interaction. There is no person or group of persons exempt from this standard. We all know this to be true.

Isn't it time we started living like it? If you want to call yourself a moral person, you must not knowingly tolerate or advocate for the violation of another's consent. And you must certainly neither plead for it nor commission it.

And yet most of us not only tolerate it or support it, most of us ask for and even willingly pay to accomplish it.

That is called moral depravity.

Which side of the line do you live on?
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Below is one of the most important short articles I have read in a really long time about expectations of police in today's society, and it is a response to the public reaction of the three Broward County Sheriffs who stood outside the very building kids were being shot, choosing not to go in.

I personally know the guy who runs this blog, and I continuously count myself lucky to see him and those like him once a year at the annual Rangemaster Tactical Conference. The next time you have a few minutes, I implore you, give this a read. It may just blow your mind.
Commentary on Contemporary Policing
Commentary on Contemporary Policing
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The Murder Accountability Project

Are murders worth solving? A new analysis by MAP.

The data available at "Search Cases" is the most complete accounting of homicides available anywhere.
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It's a new year, so you better get that #drypractice in. I mean today. I mean right now.

If you were to have to use your firearm today, when would you have wished you had last drawn it in a serious manor of practice? Two weeks ago? Or two hours ago?

What would have benefited you more? Don't be that person who carries that firearm but doesn't practice with it. You know who you are. Drypractice. Do it. Today.
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Very well said Karl, and well done John Correla for having put all this together, and the work you continue to do over on your YouTube channel. Another great Rangemaster Instructor Conference.

Lessons learned from watching 12, 000 gun fights.
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Friends don't let friends keep un-zeroed rifles.
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And for all of us who've served... and in that service realizing first hand that the story told to us wasn't true... who have helped bury their dead friends to sometimes remember it every single day, not just on one day a year.
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In the Flip Flop Government News category, Tennessee completely gutted SB1736 by amending it, completely "deleting all language" that mattered in the first place now making it worth less than the time they spent on it.

I am ashamed I might have for one moment celebrated some spark of government thought. I am embarrassed beyond all measure I missed this while originally posting it, and I apologize sincerely. Nothing changed in TN.

But nothing changes for you either. #drypractice  today.

Senate Judiciary Committee 1
Amendment No. 1 to SB1736
Kelsey Signature of Sponsor
AMEND Senate Bill No. 1736* House Bill No. 2033
by deleting all language after the enacting clause and substituting instead the following: SECTION 1. Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13, is amended by adding the following as a new section: (a) A person, business, or other entity that owns, controls, or manages property and has the authority to prohibit weapons on that property by posting, pursuant to § 39- 17-1359, shall be immune from civil liability with respect to any claim based on such person's, business's, or other entity's failure to adopt a policy that prohibits weapons on the property by posting pursuant to § 39-17-1359.
(b) Immunity under this subsection (a) does not apply to a person, business, or other entity whose conduct or failure to act is the result of gross negligence or willful or wanton misconduct.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect July 1, 2016, the public welfare requiring it.
In the Good News category; Tennessee SB 1736 goes into effect tomorrow.

It essentially states that if you are a permit holder in a place you had a right to be, but that place chose to not allow you to carry your firearm concealed as indicated by proper signage, that property owner is liable for your safety against violence perpetrated by man or by beast. I think my favorite thing about this is that if you post the gun-buster sign, you now must include language as a part of that sign that states the property owner is "assumes absolute custodial responsibility for the safety and defense of the permit holder."

By Faison
By Gresham
AN ACT to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13, relative to liability for firearm exclusion in certain locations.
SECTION 1. Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13, is amended by adding the following as a new section:
(a) It is the intent of this section to balance the right of a handgun carry permit holder to carry a firearm in order to exercise the right of self-defense and the ability of a property owner or entity in charge of the property to exercise control over governmental or private property.
(b) Any person or entity authorized to post property pursuant to § 39-17-1359 who elects, pursuant to that authority, to prohibit the possession of firearms by a person authorized to carry a handgun pursuant to § 39-17-1351, thereby assumes absolute custodial responsibility for the safety and defense of the permit holder while on the posted property and while on any property the permit holder is required to traverse in order to travel to and from the location where the permit holder's firearm is stored.
(c) The responsibility of the person or entity posting for the safety and defense of the permit holder shall extend to the conduct of other invitees, trespassers, employees of the person or entity, vicious animals, wild animals, and defensible man-made and natural hazards.
(1) Any handgun carry permit holder who is injured, suffers bodily
injury or death, incurs economic loss or expense, property damage or any other compensable loss as the result of conduct occurring on property that is posted pursuant to § 39-17-1359, shall have a cause of action against the person or entity posting. In addition to damages, the person shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees, expert witness costs, and other costs necessary to bring the cause of action.
(2) The statute of limitations for such an action shall be two (2)
years from the date of the occurrence giving rise to the damages, loss, or injury.
(e) Any notice or signage that property is posted pursuant to § 39-17-
1359 shall also contain language citing this section and stating that any permit holder on the posted property is under the custodial responsibility of the posting person or entity.
(f) To prevail in an action brought under this section, the plaintiff must show by a preponderance of the evidence that:
(1) The plaintiff was authorized to carry a handgun pursuant to §
39-17-1351 at the time of the incident giving rise to the action;
(2) The plaintiff was prohibited from carrying a firearm on the
property where the incident occurred because it was posted pursuant to § 39-17-1359; and (3) The property was not required to be posted by state or federal law but was posted by choice of the defendant.
(g) This section shall be liberally construed to effectuate its purpose.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect July 1, 2016, the public welfare requiring it.
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