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Over at View From The Porch, Tamara has some sound reasoning on daily concealed carry: Quote of the Day: Be Real Edition

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I belatedly noticed that earlier this year,the originator of Robb’s Homemade Life kindly posted a YouTube video describing our CFAPA spin-off web site, where we offer free press credentials for any adult citizen. Thanks, Robb!

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More Internet censorship: This Trump campaign commercial was blocked by YouTube as
“inappropriate content” and has had a warning label added.

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A new For Sale By Owner (FSBO) listing in Arkansas over at my #1 Son’s SurvivalRealty.com web site shows the utility of using large rectangular hay bales to enhance the ballistic protection of a house:  Country Fort. If the bales are kept tarped, they can simply be changed once a year and the old hay fed to your livestock.  So if you already own a tractor and have a yearly budget to barn-store hay, then this ballistic protection method will cost you just a little more–only for the expense of the extra tarps.  The positioning of the bales could be explained as a “wind break”, in many parts of the country–particularly out on the plains.  Note that large rectangular bales can weigh between 400 and 1,700 pounds, so you will definitely need a tractor that is configured for hay bale handling.

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