Need to get back into the swing of things after being out.
First, thanks for everyone stopping by to check on the site, the emails asking about the site and the offers to help.
I appreciate it.
Thoughts on Traveling.
What a joke! Seriously folks, the efforts to make everyone feel safe is a joke.
Yep, they search for knives and guns, explosives — some at least — and other things but it doesn’t take much to get around it.
Let me give you an example – I was only going to be gone 3 days so I used my gym bag as my carry on.
I thought I had emptied it of all gym related materials but realized that I left my combination lock in a pocket.
I had a removable shoulder strap — think it through — Yep, you guessed it folks. In a matter of seconds, I could have had a deadly weapon in my hands.
I don’t see what the big fuss with about having every state accept everyone’s Concealed (or Open you lucky dogs) Handgun Licenses (CHL).
Tuesday evening, after the business activities concluded, the company threw a celebration of sorts. Had a nice dinner (Thanks Boss and Owner– appreciated the steak), had some fun with a mini casino night and there was some drinking involved. By others, not me.
I chose to stay completely sober — there were plenty of others staying sober, I didn’t drive there so I could have drank. It was a personal choice and everyone respected it.
Not only did they respect my choice but I didn’t see a single person, who drank leave driving. Not One.
The person I rode with actually handed me the keys to his truck and then provided directions as I drove.
Now, the state that I was in had no problems with the way that I got my driver’s license. Had no problems with me being behind the wheel, so why do we consider a CHL to be so different?
There are more fatalities associated with driving and automobiles then there are with firearms.
So, why not make a national reciprocity law?
Wouldn’t that be appropriated under the Full Faith and Credit clause (Article IV, Section 1) of the Constitution?
So, Antis — what is the argument against a national reciprocity law?
Please join the discussion.
Oh, by the way — please read and join in the discussion about the posts that should have gone up Monday through Wednesday. I think I have a couple of really decent ones in there.