A look through the enemyâs eyes, Part I

A look through the enemy’s eyes, Part I

I was recently apprised of a web site/blog, Barracadasblog1, that seems sincerely hard left, sincerely enough that I am confident that it is hard left, rather than an agent provocateur site. It also has a few interesting things to tell … More »

The Sergeant Major

The Sergeant Major

I’ve been meaning to write this one up for a long time. What finally prompted me to do it was a comment from a retired British Army sergeant major friend of mine: Have a sinking feeling; have just read my … More »

Riot Control, Part 4

Riot Control, Part 4

Of course, we should have been preparing for really serious riots starting several years ago. It was probably too much, though, to expect the same administration doing everything possible to encourage rioting to expend the money, time, and effort needed … More »

Riot Control, Part 2

Riot Control, Part 2

What we appear to be seeing now, rioting crowd-wise, are actually rather small crowds. Have patience; if we don’t handle them properly, they’ll get bigger. Taking the recent anti-Milo riots, at Berkeley, as an example1; one suspects, given the size, … More »

Riot Control, Part 1

Riot Control, Part 1

Since the enemy has decided to use rioters in an attempt to delegitimize and destabilize the current administration, it seems to me more than ordinarily worthwhile to discuss riot control. My own background? Well, besides the law degree, which is … More »

Free at last! Free at last!

Free at last! Free at last!

Free at last! Free at last! Praise God, almighty; I’m free at last! “Free? Free of what?” the undiscerning reader might well ask? “Free of Obama? Well, yes, but it’s not like he was personally oppressing you, after all.” Correct; … More »