Published on January 14, 2020 | By
Æthelred was an 11th century English king whose reign, despite its lenth, was plagued with missteps, hence the sobriquet “unræd” (modernized to “Unready”) attached to his name. It’s a play on his name, which meant “Nobly counseled.” “Unræd” means “Not counseled” or “poorly/foolishly counseled.” And, it seems gun control propagandists are rife with folk who would
Spokane police department to equip all of its rifles with suppressors
Published on October 16, 2017 | By
Citing concerns over hearing loss, the Spokane Washington police department is equipping all of its rifles with suppressors.
Restoring an American tradition: WI bill would allow firearm safety courses in public school
Published on July 13, 2017 | By
Wisconsin lawmakers propose bill to allow high schools to teach firearm safety to students.