Ever since the first MCU appearance of the character in the second season of Daredevil, it would be an understatement to say that the anticipation has been high for the debut of Marvel’s The Punisher. Its social media campaign (which is one of the best that I have ever seen) added to the anticipation. Part of that […]
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Before we launch into the review…in my SIG P320 review, I don’t know if it was my phone or if it was WordPress, but every instance of X.D. was changed into an emoticon. Thus, even though Springfield markets the pistol without abbreviation periods, I shall be using them for clarity purposes. With that out of the […]
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I am no stranger to the Glock format. My first Glock was a Glock 17, which I bought after I sold my first pistol, a Taurus PT1911, to somebody with an interest in gunsmithing. After the Taurus’s safety fell out for the second time, I decided to heed a friend’s advice and give Glock a […]
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Last night, I had returned to work on my current incomplete novel, The Ronin Genesis, a direct sequel to my second novel, The Sovereigns. I wrote about a thousand words, and decided that this merited a somewhat celebratory post on my Instagram. Well, this morning, I wake up to a notification on that photo. I caught what it said, […]
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Ever since the Glock series of pistols edged forward as the premier weapon for the military, law enforcement, and concealed carry communities, gun reviewers have been searching for the “Glock killer,” the next striker-fired pistol that would eclipse the Glock and beat it at its own game. Some speculated it would be the Springfield X.D. […]
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At the time of this writing, there are eighteen days until the Presidential Election. Things have gotten extremely heated, not only between the candidates of the two major parties, but at the grassroots level. I know I have personally lost friends along the way due to this election, as well as engaged in several vitriolic […]
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After watching Marvel’s Jessica Jones on Netflix, I was given my first real introduction to Luke Cage, a superhero with bulletproof skin and superhuman strength. I immediately connected with him. The dude had swagger. He was pensive, thoughtful, and clearly had good taste in women (I’ve had a minor crush on Krysten Ritter since Breaking Bad). […]
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Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer, and this article is purely an opinion analysis. This is not to be taken as legal advice. Consult a Bar-certified lawyer prior to making any decisions based upon the information cited in this article. Another tired argument from Black (Criminal) Lives Matter is the assertion that a criminal waving […]
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I seriously cannot believe we have to have this discussion. One of the commonly repeated mantras by the Black (Criminal) Lives Matter movement is that shooting an actively and violently resisting criminal is a violation of due process. First, let’s pull up the definition of due process, according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary: law : the official […]
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I’ve been meaning to get back to blogging more often and getting new content on the website. I’ve been working on my third book and working full time, so the time hasn’t really presented itself. However, in recent weeks with with a recent shooting in Tulsa, Oklahoma and another in Charlotte, North Carolina, along with NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick […]
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