Constitutionalist Sheriffs. Concrete planters, vehicle ramming attacks

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First up, from WND: Concealed carry permit holders surge past 22 million, report says.

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From the leftist Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB): Pulling from extremist playbook, Oregon sheriffs refuse to enforce gun laws. JWR’s Comments:  Note how OPB calls it “extremist” for sheriffs to defend Constitutional rights. Note the difference in tone, when OPB reported this: Oregon’s governor pardons thousands for cannabis convictions. So, under OPB’s blatant double standard, it is praiseworthy for their state Governor to stand in defiance of Federal law, but it “extremist” for sheriffs to stand in defiance of state law.

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A new topic, in the ongoing Radio Free Redoubt podcast series: Episode_22-38 When Ham Radio is Banned and Non-Permissive Comms Environments Part-1.

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Bobby G. was the first of several readers to send this news link: 17-Year-Old Hero Swoops Into Action After Officer Is Shot Right in Front of Her – Unmatched Bravery.


‘Wings Over Dallas’ Mid Air Collision Report. (Thanks to Tim J. for the link.)

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New Mexico Town Votes Unanimously To Become Sanctuary City For Unborn Despite Governor’s Abortion Radicalism. An excerpt:

“In a direct rebuke to Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s radical abortion agenda, the City Council of Hobbs, New Mexico, unanimously voted last week to become a sanctuary city for the unborn.

Overwhelming support for and passage of the ordinance mean abortion is now classified as murder and outlawed within Hobbs city limits. It also means that any blue politicians or abortion facilities that try to go against the city’s wishes could face an uphill legal battle.

The vote was vehemently opposed by Lujan Grisham, who called the architects of the ordinance “out-of-state extremists.” The governor’s reaction is no surprise considering her own history of abortion extremism.

Shortly after the Supreme Court’s Dobbs v. Jackson decision, Lujan Grisham signed an executive order designating $10 million in taxpayer funds toward the development of an abortion facility in Doña Ana County, an area that shares a border with El Paso, Texas. That was just a couple of months after Lujan Grisham signed an executive order “protecting medical providers from attempts at legal retribution” for granting abortions and refusing to comply with other states’ abortion extradition laws.”

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At Powerline: The EV Boondoggle.

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Reader P.B. had this suggestion: “A great idea from another Godfearing Christian Homesteader, Herrick Kimball. His YouTube channel has lots of gardening and chicken plucking golden nuggets but this one was about splitting firewood. He has a lot [of knowledge] to share.”

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D.S.V. sent us this: Suspects ram into gun store, steal 23 firearms. JWR’s Comments: This is not an isolated incident. Obviously, business owners with valuable inventories (i.e. gun shops, jewelry stores, and coin shops) should install stout barriers. It is wise to pour concrete planters, to prevent vehicle ramming attacks.

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Mike in Alaska flagged this mention of a FEMA course IS-66: Preparing the Nation for Space Weather Events. Mike’s Comment: “This seems a bit interesting that FEMA should be concerned now with space weather events…”

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Another from D.S.V. : Narrative Fail: Every Governor Who Signed a Constitutional Carry Law Won Re-Election.

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Reader C.B. spotted this: Bird flu detected in southeast Alaska black bear cub.

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And lastly, from CBNG20 Leaders Agree to Global Vaccination Passport System: ‘Where Will It End?’ JWR’s Comment:  This is nothing short of the normalization and harmonization of tyranny. Just another brick in the wall.

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