Rule 5 with a Twist

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Be without fear in the face of your enemies.
Be brave and upright that God may love thee.
Speak the truth always, even if it leads to your death.
Safeguard the helpless and do no wrong – that is your oath.”

There are RULE 5 blog posts and there are RULE 5 blog posts. This one has an international flare.
Whether at the range or walking down the street, there’s nothing like having your constant companion hanging on your arm.


A bicycle ride through the countryside doesn’t require a large Doberman Pincer running along side ladies to insure that they are unmolested. An armed society is polite.

FREE STATES (not all states) 
“Progressive States” in the United States of America

A footnote for progressives to chew on:

12 thoughts on “Rule 5 with a Twist

  1. They play well in the mainstream media.

    "It's interesting when people die." – Don Henley Dirty Laundry

  2. They rely on armies of bodyguards to do their shooting for them – thus they have no need for firearms.

  3. I am assigned to protect my family.

    And what WoFat said. When we carried wheel guns, every time I rolled on a call where shots were fired I wished I had ammo dripping off me.

  4. They rely on armies of bodyguards to do their shooting for them – thus they have no need for firearms.

    Say, hypothetically speaking of course, were the system to implode, and their bodyguards do what half of New Orleans' PD did – which was to abandon their stations and vanish into the night – do you think the statist elites would still be living happily ever after. The strange thing about societal collapse is that the dog you've been feeding all along will ultimately eat you if you run out of someone else's meat.

    BTW … I've been riveted by "House of Cards." Thanks for the recommendation. I'm glad the writers broke out of the usual Hollyweird script formula by making Francis a Democrat. Seems much less fictional that way.

  5. Progressives usually have long noses – they look over those when they peer down on the little people — when they can see beyond the end.

    You're welcome on House of Cards. I'm waiting for Season 2

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