Monthly Archives: December 2012

Now it’s the Silencer Lobby?

It should surprise no one that the NRA has recently thrown its weight behind an industry campaign to deregulate and promote the use of silencers.

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Today in things that are regulated more heavily than guns

Everybody should have a gun, according to the gun happy set, but apparently the thing that must really be regulated is vaginas. Vaginas are really really scary. Such a threat that they require massive amounts of regulation, even for people that are born vagina-carriers.

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CIA’s Global Response Staff emerging from shadows after incidents in Libya and Pakistan

The GRS, as it is known, is designed to stay in the shadows, training teams to work undercover and provide an unobtrusive layer of security for CIA officers in high-risk outposts.

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Being armed isn’t a defense

If only there was a ‘good guy with a gun’ to prevent that carnage….oh wait…

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Rebirth of the Viking warship that may have helped conquer the seas

When the sleek, beautiful silhouette of Roskilde 6 appeared on the horizon, 1,000 years ago, it was very bad news. The ship was part of a fleet carrying an army of hungry, thirsty warriors, muscles toned by rowing and sailing across the North Sea; a war machine like nothing else in 11th-century Europe, its arrival meant disaster was imminent.

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