Episode 257 – Joe Chetwood

Paul: Welcome to the polite society podcast recorded live on Saturday, August 2nd, 2014. I’m Paul Lathrop
Rachel: I’m Rachel Malone and on tonights show we’ll talk with Joe Chetwood of Crusader Weaponry.
Rob: I’m Rob Morse, We also have our usual self defense news
Gary: I’m Gary Harpster and we also cover todays DGU’s
Rachel: so climb aboard
Gary: strap in
Rob: and hang on!
Paul: Episode 257 of the Polite Society Podcast starts right now.
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Seg 1- Personal news from each participant

Rob- Last night I spent two hours in SIRT training with a new shooter. The student lives in California but spent the last few weeks reporting from the Texas border. She had an intense interest in self-defense after that experience. I had to break the bad news to her that we live in a “may issue” county in a “may issue” state. A Utah and Florida non-resident permit will give her most of what she needs.

Rachel- You mean the old story that the police will protect you.. and that our border is secure didn’t impress her?
Rob- Well, it left an impression all right.

Paul- Our new dogs are home!
Gary Daugherty wanted me to mention that Firearm Safety Institute is holding a concealed carry class August 16th and 17th in Villa Park Illinois. this class qualifies for Arizona and Florida non resident ccw classes. runs from 9am to 5 pm, you can register through the website or call 702-557-1644.

Rachel- Getting ready for Academy 31, my girls’ camp.

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Seg 2- News

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Rachel- The watchdog group Judicial Watch sued the Department of Justice.. and won.  A federal court ordered the DOJ to turn over an index of materials related to the “Fast and Furious” gun-running scandal.  The Obama administration first withheld the documents by claiming they were covered by executive privilege.  The judge said the content of the documents might be covered by executive privilege, but the public has a right to know who was involved in the discussion of Operation Fast and Furious.  The court ordered a detailed listing of all documents that the DOJ withheld from Congress along with an explicit justification for each withholding.  The documents are due October first.

Paul- I wonder if the DOJ will ask for delays until after the election.

Rob- Massachusetts gun owners lost their right to purchase a long gun even if they are not a prohibited person.  Police chiefs now have the unrestricted right to deny permission before Massachusetts citizens may purchase a long gun.  In theory, police chiefs must appear in court within 90 days to defend their reasoning for the denial of a license to a certain individual.

Paul- DC appealed and was granted a stay in the case of Palmer versus DC.  This case was brought against DC because they had a blanket prohibition on citizens carrying in the district.  Now politicians will go to work on DC gun owners.  The obvious political solution is that DC will allow the police chief to deny permits to anyone she wants.  That “may issue” or “good cause” solution, as practiced in New Jersey, has repeatedly passed legal review.

DC can also apply unusual regulations when they grant reciprocity.  For example, the district could deny reciprocity to a state because the state issues a firearms license for too long a period, has different domestic violence or different drug laws than DC.  Even if the laws are similar between DC and the state seeking reciprocity, the reporting requirements might be different.  Any excuse will do when you want to deny civil rights.

Rob comment- So DC could grant an annual firearms license with bizarre training requirements?

Yep. They could also demand that ammunition be certified by the police department. All this is before DC starts creating a labyrinth of “sensitive gun free zones”.  There are many ways to undermine the rights of DC citizens to protect themselves.

Rachel- I know we report on the unusual level of violence in Chicago, but there were only 19 people shot last weekend, and 54 shot this week so far, so that hardly makes the news.

Paul- Move along.  Nothing to see here.  These are not the self-defense statistics you’re looking for.

Rob- If you go to the country, then please leave the city behind.  William Baker was walking his dogs on Friday night on his property in rural Arco, Idaho.  That is where the owner of the neighboring KOA Campground approached him about having his gun holstered on his hip.  Someone had gone to the campground’s owner and complained about Baker walking armed. The campground owner Angela Dishman said they are just doing what they think is best for their business.  “We have tenters who … were scared to death, they had children, they had pets, they had families and they were scared.”

Baker says he wasn’t a threat and he wasn’t doing anything illegal open carrying as he walked his dog.

Rachel comment-  If you want to live in your over-regulated, gated Mc-Mansion with its Home Owners Association.. then don’t go out to the countryside.

Paul Comment- I knew someone who was terrified of dogs.  I told them not to buy one.

Gun Quotes
Paul- Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God. Author John Bradshaw.

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Segment 3 Interview with Joe Chetwood

Segment 4 DGUs

Paul- Witnesses in Tamassee, South Carolina say Bradley Payne and a homeowner were arguing outside when Payne threatened the homeowner.  The homeowner retreated to his home and told Payne not to enter.  Payne jerked open the screen door and entered the home before being shot in the hip by the homeowner.  The homeowner called 911.  No charges were brought against the homeowner.

Rachel- A homeowner grabbed her gun when she heard someone attempting to break into her Manatee County, FL home while her husband was out playing bridge.  The suspect had used a rock to break part of the Logans’ door and they seem to have fled once they realized there was an armed person inside the home.  She said, “I don’t know what was going on in my mind. Honestly all I wanted was my gun.  When I called 911, she kept saying put the gun down. Put the gun down and I said I’ll put the gun down when I see the police.”

Rob- We have the links to each of our news and defensive gun use articles at Polite Society Podcast.com if you want to share them with a friend.

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Listener e-mail discussion

Paul- Email 1 Ken in AZ writes

Paul, I was listening to Hickok45’s latest “radio show”. He was talking about  the Civil War, and it got me to thinking. Isn’t it interesting how the firearm manufacturers were located in the Free States, 150 years ago. And today, the ones up North are leaving, and moving to the new Free States in the South. Such a coincidence that firearms are made in Free States? Maybe the South will rise again!

Ken
Phoenix, AZ

Rob Email #2 also from Ken in AZ

Paul, over the weekend, including one DGU on your show (from last week), there were 2 news items where criminals involved in home break-ins were shot by home-owners defending themselves. In both cases, the news reported the medical status of the “victims” who had been shot.

Something needs to be done to educate the news media about who isn’t a victim and who is. There’s a fundamental mind-set that’s out-of-whack and needs to be pointed out and needs to be changed when this kind of bad reporting keeps happening.

Stating what’s obvious to us, but not to the news media: The criminal isn’t the victim of the home break-in shooting.
That’s all for today.

Ken
Phoenix, AZ (free state)

Rachel e-mail # 3- This from another listener-

Below is a link to an article I found ludicrous and illustrates the extreme to which some anti-hunters are willing to go.  Thought it would make good material for your discussions.

I haven’t vetted the article to see if it is legit yet; but even if it is a hoax, it is just too good not to pass along.
Really enjoy the podcasts!
Thanks,
Randy

http://io9.com/the-radical-plan-to-eliminate-earths-predatory-species-1613342963?utm_campaign=socialflow_io9_facebook&utm_source=io9_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow

Paul- Rob, do you have any new posts from your SlowFacts blog you want to mention?

Rob- I wrote about “A Few Honest Men in America”.  We are our country’s conscience.  We sometimes think that the police and government determine right and wrong, but I found the thousands of times governments have turned a blind eye to mob rule.  We’ve had hundreds of cases of mob attacks and thousands of mob murders.  The article is at Clash Daily and at SlowFacts.

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Join your local civil rights group like the New Jersey Second Amendment Society, Arizona Citizens Defense League, Gun Owners of California, Commonwealth Second Amendment,  Connecticut Citizens Defense League, Florida Carry, Georgia Carry, Georgia Gun Owners, Grass Roots North Carolina, Illinois Carry, Maryland Shall Issue,  Michigan Gun Owners , Michigan Open Carry, and  Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners.

There are Minnesota Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance,  Nebraska Firearms Owners Association,   Citizens for a Safer New Jersey,New York State Rifle & Pistol Association,  Open Carry Texas, Texas Firearms Freedom, Texas State Rifle Association. Tennessee Firearms Association, Virginia Citizens Defense League, Virginia Open Carry,  West Virginia Citizens Defense League, wisconsingunowners.org, and Wyoming Gun Owners.

For our Canadian listeners, and their supporters, join the Canadian Shooting Sports Association and the Canadian National Firearms Association.  If YOUR state or local organization isn’t read each episode, then send us an email and we’ll add them!

Paul: That wraps up another episode of the Polite Society Podcast.  Until the mid-week show…
Rob: stay safe,
Rachel: be aware,
Paul: and we’ll see you down the road.

Episode 246 – Joe Chetwood

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Paul: Welcome to the polite society podcast recorded live at ABN Army Surplus on Saturday, June 21, 2014. I’m Paul Lathrop
Rob: I’m Rob Morse and we have our weekly news
Gary: I’m Gary Harpster and we have our weekly stories of defensive gun use.
Joe: And I’m Joe Chetwood from Crusader Weaponry, so climb aboard
Rob: strap in
Gary: and hang on
Paul: Episode 246 of the Polite Society Podcast starts right now.
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Seg 1
Personal news from each participant
Joe- Expecting a new child.

Gary- Car show season.

Rob- I took a newbie shooting. He was one of those “low profile” guys who didn’t want to shoot because buying guns and ammunition would put him on someone’s list. He changed his mind after he inherited two nice revolvers from his uncle. My friend and I took the newbie to the range and let him use our ammunition. He has a six inch Colt Python in 357 and a similar Colt in 22. Every gun has something to teach you.

I bought a SIRT pistol and am learning how to train with it. It isn’t a firearm. SIRT stands for Shot Indicating and Resetting Trigger. The pistol is the love-child between a Glock and a laser pointer. Dry practice has finally gone high tech.

I went to an open house for Empowered Firearms, a new gun store and indoor training facility that is only a few miles from my house.  Chad and LeAnne are nice folks.  What is a little unusual about Empowered Firearms is that you can rent their training facility and have a group lesson.  We’re thinking of having an event there some Friday night.  They have plenty of parking and there are some nice restaurants within walking distance for an after party.  That is firearms, fuel and food done right.

Gary, they did have barbeque at their open house, but they brought it in.  It wasn’t home cooked like ABN.

Matt- Extra shooting because my semi truck broke down.  Retro rifle in 30-06 and winchester 1897 12ga shotgun.

Paul- Earning a living and getting my license from the South Dakota DOT.  I let my hazmat certification lapse.  I had to renew it.

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Seg 2- News

Paul 1- Along with more government regulation comes more politicization and less tolerance.  Now Microsoft has applied its corporate code of conduct to ban firearms and ammunition sales to organization using its products.  Windows OneDrive, formally known as Microsoft SkyDrive, is built into Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8 for Phones and Windows 8 for Tablets. If you work in the gun industry you should avoid these products. You could wake up one morning to find your account terminated and all your emails, contacts, calendar etc. deleted.

Windows Live powers a number of Microsoft services including Microsoft’s cloud email and cloud Office suite. Windows Live, Outlook.com and Exchange Online power many large institutions including colleges and high schools. Don’t use any Microsoft-hosted email systems to buy or sell guns.  If you use Microsoft Office in your gun business, make sure you do not use the Office 365 service to share business-related files.

Rob- My local gun stores have gone to apple apps, and may be forced to use Linux.

Rob 2- The US supreme court ruled that the BATFE can issue a ruling and impose restrictions that are not in the written law.  The court upheld the conviction of former police officer Bruce Abramski for acting as a straw buyer of a firearm.  Abramski bought a firearm and was a legal buyer.  Abramski  then transferred the gun to a legal owner using a FFL for the transfer and background check.  Supreme court justice Elena Kagan ruled that the original buyer was not the intended recipient, and was therefore a straw buyer.  The ATF had previously ruled that you could buy a firearm for a raffle or as a prize where the final owner was unknown.  Gentlemen, call your lawyers, because I can’t tell you how to follow the law.

***Joe 3- There is no shortage of crazy, and HERE is some more.  A 16 year old and 17 year old planned to attack their Volunteer, Tennessee high school.  They planned carefully and wanted to correct the mistakes they saw in the Columbine High School shootings.  These boys weren’t bullied.  These boys did not have a record of discipline problems.  An adult found out about their plans and a mental health counselor said the plans were real rather than a fantasy.  Police seize journals the boys kept along with explosives they had collected.

The 16 year old was fixated on mass murder.  This Thursday both boys appeared in Hawkins County Juvenile Court charged with conspiracy to commit first degree murder, conspiracy to commit an act of terrorism, and possession of explosive components.

We were lucky, because most school officials are not trained and armed.

Matt 3B- They have crazy to spare in the California legislature.  State Senate Bill 53 would allow the California Department of Justice to collect and retain the name and address of every purchases of ammunition in the state. According to the report, this bill would force any American wishing to purchase ammunition to allow the DOJ to archive his or her fingerprints and perform a background check in addition to collecting a fee. The financial obligation would be recurring, since the ammunition purchaser permit would have to be renewed every two years.  The bill would also eliminate all online sales or shipments by freight.

Rob- The bill passed the senate and house committees, so California listeners please contact your legislators HERE.  I’ll say please again if you like.  There are crazy California bills that cover the ground from outlawing bullet buttons to BB-guns.  I found a website at the FIrearms Policy Coalition that lists firearms legislation in each state so check this site often.

Rob- Can I rant about stupid gun bills for a minute?  Our legislators pretend that they can keep every single firearms cartridge from getting to criminals.. while at the same time they tell me they can’t stop a quarter million illegals who come across our border, and they can’t find the 4 million illegals that are already here.  You can’t find a person but you can keep track of every bullet?  That is crazy talk.

Paul 4- It had to happen eventually.  Fox news has FINALLY(!) caught up with the Polite Society Podcast.  Professor John Lott listed the many lies that President Obama speaks when he promotes gun-control.  According to Professor Lott-

President Obama claimed that 40 percent of gun sales take place without a background check.  That is a lie.

President Obama claimed that the US is the only developed country where the mentally ill get their hands on firearms.  That is a lie.

President Obama claimed there is no law or regulation requiring a background check for a semi-automatic weapon.  That is a lie.

President Obama claimed that the NRA and gun manufacturers flood local politicians with money and stop gun control.  That is a lie.  In fact it inverts the truth.  Gun control advocates outspend the NRA for TV ads by a ratio of 7 to 1.

Professor Lott collected the facts, and Fox news published them.  Welcome Aboard, Fox news.

Comment- What took them so long?

Joe 5- President Obama keeps telling us that Australian gun registration has brought peace and prosperity to the land down under.

Comment-  Has it cooled the planet too?**

The president forgot to tell us that the rate of aggravated assault and armed assault rose in Australia.  This week, the Australian police reported that a full 10 percent of the firearms they sieze are homemade, mostly made and bought by biker gangs.  Some are crude shotguns, but some a sophisticated submachine guns.

Comment-  Yeah, I meant to tell you, but I mis-spoke.

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Matt 6- Moms Demand Action had a rally in New York City.  Yes, the anti-gun group funded by Michael Bloomberg was able to round up 35 protesters.  They demanded more gun laws and fewer firearms for citizens as they marched across the Brooklyn Bridge.  I don’t know if you noticed it in the cropped pictures, but in the wide angle shots, you see the marchers escorted by armed police and plain clothes armed security.

Paul- Comment-  Now I get it.  Guns are bad, but there are rules for you and me, and different rules for them.

Matt- Yep, that is what it looks like.

Gary 7- The opposite of hypocrisy is integrity.  Kansas lawmakers and some staff could already carry their licensed concealed firearms into the state capital.  As of July 1, so can any other licensed concealed carry holder.  Susan Wagle is the Senate President.  She said, “We can’t be hypocritical.  We either believe that concealed carry increases safety and that anyone who has a license is a legitimate individual who seeks not to harm anyone else or you don’t believe it.”

Patricia Stoneking, president of the Kansas State Rifle Association, said “The taxpayers pay for this building.  We’re talking a civil right — not a privilege.”

Rob- I wonder if I can find a job in Kansas?

Joe 8- There is also a hint of sanity in Ashland, Oregon.  A city plan to restrict open carry of loaded guns was thrown out by the City Council.  The council decided the law was unenforceable law because concealed carry holders are allowed to openly carry in public, and state firearms law pre-empts municipal law in Oregon.

Gary- Comment- Thank you Ashland.  I doubt that much common sense would have slowed Chicago, New York City or Washington DC.

Matt9- The gun grabbers are at it again in Florida.  The tactic is called sue and settle.  Florida has a pre-emption law that should stop local towns and counties from enacting their own gun regulations.  That scheme falls apart when the state attorney general allows the state to refuse to prosecute local elected officials.  When this case against the local officials was appealed, the states attorney filed a motions stating “we will take no position”.

Citizens are suffering malicious prosecution from local law enforcement, and the state is ignoring it. It is time for Florida liberty lovers to call their AG, Pamela Bondi, and ask her to straighten out her staff.

10 Gary- Judges are reluctant to tell a prosecutor he has a bad case.  Not in this example.  A Maryland Judge tossed the absurd case where were special prosecutors Ronald Naditch and Assistant State’s Attorney Brian Marsh said there is no right self-defense in Maryland. You’re supposed to call 911 instead.

We talked about this last September when we reported that-

Matthew Pinkerton defended his wife and family when the attacker broke into Pinkerton’s home just before 2 a.m. Sunday after being told repeatedly to leave.  The attacker acted aggressively and motioned toward his waistband as if he had a weapon.  Pinkerton shot Green once in the chest from 10 to 15 feet away, but Green continued to advance toward him, his wife Jessica and two friends who were at the house.  That’s when Pinkerton shot him again. The attacker died at the scene.

Gary- Usually a judge will let a jury decide, but in this case the judge so agreed with the defense that the judge dismissed the charges.  I hope mister Pinkerton had self-defense insurance because this probably cost him many tens of thousands of dollars for his legal defense.

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Paul- A sucking chest wound may not stop a crime, but it sure as hell helps with the recidivism rate.
Caleb Giddings

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Seg 3 Interviews with Joe Chetwood in ask the gun docs.

Segment 4 DGUs

Paul 1- There is a medical term called herd immunity that describes the spread of contagious disease.  By analogy, what would happen to criminals if most of the honest citizens were carrying firearms?  Crime would become very dangerous for the criminals and probably wouldn’t spread very far.  That seems to be what happened in Houston, Texas at The Grey Room club.  Two men followed a patron into the parking lot where they forced the victim to the ground and took his money.  A bystander saw what was going on and opened fire on the suspects, striking one of them in the neck. The pair of suspects then jumped into their vehicle and tried to get away.  Police soon caught up with them.  They took the wounded man into custody, but the second robber got away.

Joe 2- Anti-gun groups say this never happens, but it sure happened here.  A gunman burst into a 15 year highschool reunion in East Peoria, Illinois.  The gunman then shot his ex-wife and her new boyfriend.  The assailant was then shot by an off duty FBI agent who happened to be in the same restaurant and witnessed the assault. Unfortunately, all three died.  Thanks to the FBI agent, for making sure no one else was injured.

Gary 3-  Two intruders broke through a front door and demanded money from the occupants of this Valdosta, Georgia home.  One of the robbers was armed with a rifle, and the other was armed with a handgun.  Two of the occupants of the home, a mother and son, were both shot as they attempted to flee.  Another occupant, an older man, was in the back of the house, and he grabbed his own handgun when when he heard the noise.  He shot both intruders several times.  The intruders ran but were soon picked up by police.

The robbers claimed they were victims of a separate shooting, but were identified by the homeowners.  That is why YOU want to be the first one to call police.

Here is the Houston versus Chicago data.  http://imgur.com/r/conservatives/en3HZ5T

We have the links to each of our news and defensive gun use articles at Polite Society Podcast.com if you want to share them with a friend.

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Listener e-mail discussion

1 from TJ

Hey Paul,

The guy probably did NOT have a holster, but here’s a back pocket option.

http://www.bearcreekholsters.com/back-pocket.php

TJ

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Rob: That’s 605- 215- 1438

Joe: Also please check out Kathy Jackson’s Cornered Cat training classes. Her next class that still has seats available is the weekend of July 12th and 13th in Walla Walla Washington. Go to Cornered Cat dot com for more classes and details.

Gary: Also please check out the shooters club by Bob Mayne and Ben Branam.  For $75.00 a year, $6.25 a month, you get 24/7 access to some fantastic training and audio podcasts that you can’t get anywhere else.  Bob is giving away his M&P Shield to one lucky member, there are lots of other prizes as well,  and the drawing is coming up the end of June!

Rob: Listen to other podcasts on thethe Crusader Podcast Network. We are also pleased to announce that we are members of the Gun Rights Network.

Matt-: Join the National Rifle Association, Second Amendment Foundation, Gun Owners of America and Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership.  Joining two makes you a hero.  Supporting all four makes you a super hero.

Paul: Join your local civil rights group like the New Jersey Second Amendment Society, Arizona Citizens Defense League, Gun Owners of California, Connecticut Citizens Defense League, Florida Carry, Georgia Carry, Georgia Gun Owners, Grass Roots North Carolina, Illinois Carry, Maryland Shall Issue,  Michigan Gun Owners , Michigan Open Carry, and  Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners.

Joe: There are Minnesota Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance,  Nebraska Firearms Owners Association,   Citizens for a Safer New Jersey,New York State Rifle & Pistol Association,  Open Carry Texas, Texas Firearms Freedom, Texas State Rifle Association. Tennessee Firearms Association, Virginia Citizens Defense League, Virginia Open Carry,  West Virginia Citizens Defense League and Wyoming Gun Owners.  Remember if your state or local organization isn’t read each episode, then send us an email and we’ll add them!

Gary: For our Canadian listeners, and their supporters, join the Canadian Shooting Sports Association and the Canadian National Firearms Association.

Rob- Until we find the billionaires for liberty, you and I have to fund Doctor John Lott’s sociological research about firearms.  I did, and now you do it too.  His effort is called the Crime Prevention Research Center on Indigogo.  Here is the Facebook page.

Paul: That wraps up another episode of the Polite Society Podcast.  Until the mid-week show…

Joe: stay safe,

Gary: be aware,

Rob: and we’ll see you down the road.

Episode 166 – News and the return of the Ask the GunDoc Segment

Toby’s contest –  The best suck-up emails to onair@politesocietypodcast.com win!
Break 1 ABN Army Surplus
Ask the Gundoc Segment – Should you keep rounds in your unused magazines?
Push for more gun control after Navy Yard murderers?
Did the NRA wake up yet?
New NRA commentator Billy Johnson from Amidst the Noise commented on the washington navy yard murders.  More laws in the anti-gun states.
Outcome of Nigerian mall shooting?  62 killed.  Royal Marine with a handgun escorted 100s to safety.

Break 2 Concealment Solutions and Nighthawk
Signing of UN ATT by John Kerry…Can a treaty supersede the constitution?
The list of speakers and celebrities at the Houston GRPC-
Jeff Knox of Knox report, Larry Pratt of GOA, Jim Ivine of Buckeye firearms, Andrew Rothman of gun owners civil rights of Minnesota, Gene Hoffman of Calguns, Massad Ayoob of the Second Amendment Foundation, Marty Hayes  President of Armed Citizens Legal Defense Network, Tom Gresham of GunTalk, Emily Miller from Washington Times, Professor David Kopel, Dr. John Lott, Brian Aitken, Journalist Dave Workman, Mark Walters of AAR, Alan Korwin, Charles Heller, podcaster Mark Vandenberg, Frank Fiamingo of NJ@AS, Richard Feldman of independent firearms owners of america?

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Christian Science Monitor- Government shutdown and 12 ways it could affect you.  They had to dig, so they are really saying that life WILL go on.
http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/DC-Decoder/2013/0925/Government-shutdown-101-12-ways-it-could-affect-you/What-happens-to-national-defense?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_term=DC%20Decoder%20Spending%2C%20Taxes%20and%20Debt&utm_campaign=DC%20Decoder%20Government%20Spending

25 percent of registered voters said we should not increase the federal debt and balance the budget by cutting spending.

Virginia students suspended for playing with airsoft guns in their front yard.
14 bad gun bills on California Governor Brown’s desk.  His phone and office staff have been very busy taking calls.  Contact the Governor and give the left coast some love.
Governor Jerry Brown
c/o State Capitol, Suite 1173, Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: 916) 445- 2841 Fax: 916) 558- 3160
You can also read these bills and write and fax Governor Brown here.https://www.firearmspolicy.org/the-issues/california/2013-2014/askbrown/

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Joe Chetwood and a closer look at the SAFE act

Joe Chetwood of Crusader Weaponry is interviewed and Raquel’s on target looks at the New York Safe act. Paul goes on a bit of a rant about the recent bombing in Boston.

Video mentioned in Paul’s rant:

 

Episode 75 – Joe Chetwood and Mark Vanderberg

 

Joe Chetwood of Crusader Weaponry and Mark Vanderberg are guests. Brian and Paul talk with Joe Chetwood of Crusader Weaponry about Slipstream weapons lubricant, AR15s, AR10s, an AR lower that is being given away by GRRN, and free training for teachers and school administrators.

Toby and Paul talk with Mark Vanderberg, Executive Producer of the Gun Rights Radio Network about the Connecticut shooting and the NRA’s response, about gun rights activism, the coming GRRN Mag40 and AR lower giveaway, and a little talk about booze.

Merry Christmas everyone!

Jon Hodoway episode mentioned in the show here