Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Diplomatic Carry

The Following essay is copyrighted by Alan Korwin, circulated with permission.


"Diplomatic Carry"

Is it right for "officials" to maintain the right to keep and bear,
when we the people, their employers, cannot?

Gun Freedom Radio

I has honored to be a guest on Gun Freedom Radio last Saturday afternoon. This show airs live at 1:00 p.m. Arizona time* on KKNT, AM 960, the Patriot.

You can hear me talk with Cheryl Todd HERE.
Pick me up at about 18 minutes and 30 seconds

*Arizona stays on Mountain Standard Time year round, while most of the rest of the U.S. whipsaws back and forth between Standard and Daylight Savings time.

Gun run in Austria

World Net Daily (WND) is reporting that there is a run on guns in Austria. According to the article, Austrians are buying everything in sight. All stock is sold out.

This massive purchase of guns is in response to fear engendered by the tremendous number of refugees invading Europe. But not all refugees are considered to be benign invaders. . .

Austria stands out in Europe as a nation where people can still buy guns.

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Kudos to Olive Garden



Readers may have seen a recent story in which an armed, uniformed police officer was booted from and Olive Garden.

This prompted a query to Olive Garden's contact us page:
I saw where an officer was asked to leave an Olive Garden in Kansas because the officer was armed.  
The last time I was in my local OG, there were no GUN BAN signs on the doors. 
For the record, please confirm - does Olive Garden have a corporate police against allowing legally armed citizens in your restaurants?

Thanks so much,
Liston Matthews
This reply was received from Olive Garden Guest Relations:

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

First among equals

A friend and I went to the UT-GA ballgame Saturday. Great game for me, since the VOLS won. Not so much for my friend, who is a BULLDOG fan.

A couple of details I did not like about this event -

I saw Governor Haslam and his Mrs. at the game. They were sitting perhaps twelve to fifteen rows down from us. About three rows down from us was a muscular looking gentleman, with a curly cord hanging from his ear.

Sometime later, while eating a hot dog in the back area, I saw the curly cord gentleman exit the stands, followed by the Gov and Mrs, followed by another gentleman with the curly cord.

Well and good, Governor Haslam had and armed escort. We the taxpayers, I assume, pay the salaries of these gentlemen. I do not object to that.