A couple years ago, I wrote an article called Flying With Guns. In it, I described the conflicting advice the TSA provides with regard to locking gun cases when traveling by air. “Also, a strict interpretation of the law seems to mandate that the lock on your gun case must NOT be TSA-accessible. In […]
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Unique Perspectives on COVID-19-Part 11
Written by: Greg Ellifritz Since I don’t have TV in my house, I spend a lot more time reading than the average American. I have more than 400 websites programmed into my RSS reader. On the average day I scan about 1200 articles in my feed. I deeply read more than 100. You can […]
Weekend Knowledge Dump- May 24, 2013
Here are a few links to articles and videos I found interesting this week and want to share. Some are intellectual. Some are informative. Some are just fun. If you have some free time, check them out this weekend. Police Shoot Crazed London Terrorists Accused of Butchering British Soldier For my […]