Odds ‘n Sods:

The “Instant Background Check” managed to pass because it was illegal for the government to keep and maintain a database derived from these background checks. In a recent Washington Post article, the GAO announced that at least 2233 times, suspected terrorists attempted to buy firearms and succeeded in 2043 of those times. How would they know this if the data is not kept? Either the GAO is lying about the numbers or they are illegally keeping the data! My bet is on the illegal data retention. – Thanks to T.Z. for the link.

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Point Deer, Make Horse A profound article that offers an insightful analysis of what’s gone wrong with the Liberal thinking process. I have often wondered why they are immune to logic or evidence and hostile to truth, and Wright’s article has shed some useful light. Sent in by ShepherdFarmerGeek

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Reader RDG writes in regarding the “No Fly List” referenced in Odds ‘n Sods: It appears that the “no fly list” is morphing into something much more dangerous, as indicated in this article. Also as the TSA moves out of airports into bus and train stations, all we need are roadway check points to become, oh I don’t know, East Germany? China? N. Korea? So now, BHO is proposing even further mission creep, making the NF list into a no firearms list. Great, just perfect.

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From the desk of Mike Williamson, SurvivalBlog Editor At Large: Learn Survival Skills from the 340-Page Tokyo Disaster Preparedness Guide

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Reader B.B. sent in this link to a news video where a couple of Islamic men tried to purchase 60 prepaid phones: Large quantity of cellphones bought raises red flags

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