Saxet Gun Shows have been held nearly every month since 2010 at an Austin, Texas-area exposition center, but that’s ending after this month.
Travis County commissioners voted not to renew Saxet’s lease for the county’s expo center, ending weeks of negotiations for shows that would have spanned over the next year, according to the Austin American-Statesman.
The reason? County officials wanted Saxet to require…
Las Vegas (AFP) – It may be your best friend, but your smartphone is also probably teeming with germs…
Montana – -(Ammoland.com)- I read an article recently, by Brandon Turbeville, about the Executive Actions Obama signed, January 3rd 2014, further limiting our gun rights, and it got me to thinking about the “Axis of Evil” which have now joined forces to…
Thomas Jefferson once said that “the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale.” In other words, he believed that government debt was the equivalent of stealing money from future generations on a massive scale. Right now, the U.S. government is stealing roughly $100,000,000 from future generations of Americans every single hour of every single day. And it is being projected that the U.S. national debt will more than double during the 8 years of the Obama administration. In other words, the federal government will pile more debt on to the backs of our children and our grandchildren during the Obama years than had been accumulated during all of the rest of U.S. history combined.
A royal palace-style intrigue seems to be developing around the creation of President Barack Obama’s presidential library and foundation when he leaves office, according to The New York Times.
Earlier this year it appeared as though veteran Obama staff member Alyssa Mastromonaco was the front-runner for the “plum task” of helping shape the president’s historic legacy.
For Phil Robertson, ducks always come first.
That’s why the “Duck Dynasty” star skipped out on meeting with Barbara Walters for her “Most Fascinating People of 2013” special, according to his wife Miss Kay, who sat down with Walters in his place.
Americans spend more than $340 billion a year on clothes and shoes. Unfortunately for American factory workers, almost all of that money heads directly overseas.
That’s the upshot of a story that appeared in The New York Times recently.
When you see something beautiful–a painting, a sunset, your friend falling down on the sidewalk–whatever you do, don’t take a picture of it. New research shows that snapping pictures of the things you admire dampens–rather than enhances–your memory of them.
That’s according to Fairfield University professor Linda Hinkel, whose conclusions were recently published in the journal Psychological Science. Hinkel asked experiment subjects to go on a museum tour and photograph some objects while simply observing others.