Episode 398 – Cover Your ASP

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1- Open and Personal News Segment

2- News Segment

3- Interview Segment 1: Guest John Corriea

4- Interview Segment 2: Guest Amanda Suffecool

5- DGU Segment:

6- Email and Show Close:

1- Introduction

Paul: Welcome to the polite society podcast sponsored by the Firearms Policy Coalition recorded on Friday January 13th 2017 , I’m Paul Lathrop

Gary:… so climb aboard

Susan: strap in

Paul : and hang on!

Paul:  episode 398 of the Polite Society Podcast starts right now.

Show intro music.

 

Personal news from each participant (when you are done with your segment please ask the next person what has been up with them)

 

Gary

Paul/Susan

 

Promo about upcoming training classes here.

(February 11 & 12, 2017 MAG20 in Austin, TX)

(June 24 & 25, 2017 Beyond Concealed Carry Enhanced. 9am-5pm both days. Richmond, IL)

(August 10-13, 2017 MAG40 in Sioux Falls, SD)

(August 26 & 27, 2017 Beyond Concealed Carry Enhanced. Sioux Falls, SD)

 

Break

2- News 1

National Carry Reciprocity Update

The Washington Free Beacon published an article with further details related to Representative Richard Hudson’s (R-NC) proposed reciprocity legislation.  This news outlines Rep. Hudson’s intent that the Act will recognize both resident and non-resident licenses or permits.  He stated that he has, “confirmed this with legislative counsel and Judiciary Committee staff.”  The bill has over 100 co-sponsors.

 

Imagine that you live in New Jersey, Washington D.C. or Orange County, California.  You have given up hope to obtain a carry permit since you are not one of the privileged class.  If this bill passes with the author’s stated intent, you would be able to obtain a permit from a free state and be allowed to carry in your own state.  

 

Forum Shopping is a frequent tactic in the legal profession to try cases in an area where the chances of a favorable outcome are the most likely.  Many large businesses are incorporated in Delaware because of their favorable laws.  Why shouldn’t the average citizen have the opportunity to obtain freedom from the most favorable venue?

 

It is no wonder that Alan Gottlieb of the Second Amendment Foundation has applauded Rep. Hudson for inclusion of non-resident permits in the legislation.  There is little doubt that the gun control lobby will pull out all of the stops to ensure this legislation is not successful.  It is our job to ensure there are consequences for politicians determined to infringe open our rights.  Just say no to gun free zones, magazine capacity restrictions, trigger weight requirements and any other ludicrous schemes meant to turn law-abiding citizens into criminals.

 

Gary –

Paul – I alluded to this last week. GET YOUR CCW NOW! Utah- Arizona-Florida etc

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Loretta Lynch: U.S. Attorney’s Office Worked ‘Around the Clock’ Against Chicago ‘Gun Violence’

Amid reports that lax prosecution is one of the chief enablers of Chicago gun crime, Attorney General Loretta Lynch says the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Illinois has worked “around the clock” against Chicago “gun violence.” Moreover, in the past few years, the NRA has pointed to a lack of federal prosecutions as a weak link in the fight against Chicago gun crime.

 

Gun Quotes

As far as I’m concerned, ARs are for all practical purposes military weapons. But before any of my gun-rights brothers accuse me of betraying the cause, let me follow up with this statement: there’s nothing wrong with the fact that they’re military weapons. It’s a good thing. – Chris Hernandez

 

Hang on everybody, we’ll be back with our guest John Correa of Active Self Protection

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3- Interview 1

 

4- Interview 2

 

5- DGUs  (at beginning) These discussions are NOT legal advice. Some of us are trainers, but this is not formal training and YOU NEED formal training. The Defensive Gun Use segment is intended as information, NOT as training. As always the opinions of the hosts are only their own opinions and not those of any sponsors or other affiliations.

 

Trying to Rob Gun Store

You’ve got to be brazen or stupid – or a large amount of both – to rob a gun store. A pair of robbers tried their luck at Dixie Gun and Pawn in the Atlanta, Georgia area. The results were entirely predictable.

           Video of Dixie Gun and Pawn Robbery


The video contained in the show notes is very instructive. It shows two masked men entering the store with guns drawn and pointed at the two workers inside. The video starts with one employee with his hands up and the store owner with his back to the thugs. When the owners recognizes the situation, he turns, retreats slightly and comes up with his 1911. He targets the closest threat, who is pointing two pistols at him. Both men fire, but the owner’s shots immediately drop the robber onto his back motionless. It seems the first shot

was a critical central nervous system hit and the perp was dead before he hit the ground. Three quick shots drive the other thief out the door. The entire incident took only 11 seconds, the actual shooting — less than 5.   

 

The two workers likely survived because the store owner knew what he was doing and performed his tasks effectively and efficiently. His actions speak of training and practice. Most importantly, he had his life-saving equipment on his hip when it was needed – for the first time in 30 years.

 

POGO, you never know.   

 

How’s That Rehabilitation Working Out For Yah?
A Sarasota County, Florida homeowner was forced to shoot and kill a home invader in self defense. The man and his family returned home when they were attacked by a man with a baseball bat. The owner shot the intruder in self-defense.  

Glenn Edward Oliver, 30, died inside his victim’s house. This violent career criminal had recently been released from prison after a 10 year sentence for armed robbery with a firearm and car-jacking. His prison time and five year probation apparently did little to deter him from his chosen profession. A profession that threatened the lives of others.

 

Oliver was accorded victim status by the Gun Memorial website, which described him as one “Lost to gun violence on January 8, 2017 in Sarasota, Florida.” There was no mention of the family that he threatened with serious injury or death.

 

Dr Sowell’s DGU

Dr Thomas Sowell has retired. For as long as we can remember, Dr Sowell has been a contrarian voice of reason and rationality. The respected economist and Senior Fellow of the Hoover Institute wrote widely on a host of subjects, never failing to bring his unique clarity and communication ability to the issue. Now, the 86-year-old, small “L” libertarian has hung up his pen. In one of his last columns, Sowell took on the New York Times and their bigoted, fictitious image of legal gun carriers. He lays out a convincing argument for the law-abiding, armed citizen and disassembles the Times’ lies. Almost as an aside, he reveals that he has used a gun in self-defense. Yes, Dr Sowell has had a DGU!

 

In Dr Sowell’s words: “The only time I ever pointed a gun at a human being, it was when someone was sneaking up toward me from behind a shed in the middle of the night. I never fired a shot. I just pointed the gun at him and told him to stop. He stopped.” <unquote> In this, the exceptional Dr Sowell becomes rather ordinary; as in the vast majority of DGUs a shot is never fired. The victim’s firearm causes the criminal to rapidly reevaluate the situation, usually resulting in a decision to be elsewhere as soon as possible.  

 

We wish Dr Sowell a long and happy retirement. He will be devoting himself to his photography, which is featured at his website. His black and white photographs are truly stunning. We also thank him for his last column on the fallacy of gun control and highly recommend it to our listeners. The link can be found in the shownotes.  

Don’t Torque Off the Old Gal

In another of our continuing “Don’t Torque Off an Ol’ Gal” series, a feisty 74-year-old Texan puts the fear of Grandmother in a thug.   

 

Rebbie Robertson was watching TV when she was startled by an armed intruder.  Not one to take an interruption to her shows lightly, she grabbed a .38 on a nearby table and pointed it at the bad guy, who quite understandably ran for his life. Putting the robber to flight wasn’t enough for the cranky septuagenarian, so she ran after him firing her gun. There was no doubt in her mind; “I tried to kill him! Anybody break in on me I’m going to kill them! He going to kill me or I’m going to kill him!” Unfortunately for her house, her aim wasn’t quite as well developed as her outrage.  


Police aren’t certain if ol’ Deadeye actually hit the intruder, however they’re continuing to look for the criminal, who might still be running. You just don’t dare torque off an old grandmother!  

 

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6- E-mail, blog notes, and show close

 

Listener e-mail discussion

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1st email

 

I have just recently learned about and started listening to the Polite Society podcast.  Good stuff.

Here are a few thoughts from the prepper interview:

I am a huge proponent of using a .22lr rifle.  I disagree that auto loaders are more complex than a bolt action or lever action rifle.  I have disassembled (and reassembled) multiple Ruger 10/22 rifles.  They are pretty simple.  They are also quite effective.  Why?

An autoloader allows for a much faster followup shot than a bolt action or lever action and I have seen very few malfunctions, maybe one out of a thousand rounds, all of which could be cleared by nothing more than cycling the bolt.  Using quality ammunition is important.

I can carry a case (5K) rounds of .22lr (CCI MiniMags preferred) under one arm.  A single tin (440 rounds) of 7.62x54r is a bit tougher to carry. https://www.faclevents.org/austin-tx-1-day-14jan2017

In a survival situation, I would be willing to hunt even deer with a .22lr.  Mind you, the deer in Texas run kind of small.

In a long term survival situation, rounds of .22lr would make a good currency, with each round being of fairly small denomination.

While not great in defending a position, it’s still enough to discourage attackers at 100+ yards.

So, while I don’t think it is a solution to everything, I would not be surprised if a .22lr turned out to be the most often used round in a survival situation.

And, as a followup, I highly recommend classes from the Appleseed Project (Hi, Rachel) as the best and most cost effective introductory rifle marksmanship training.  So much so that I have a standing offer to pay for a friend of mine to take a weekend class.

Keep up the good work, I have been enjoying the podcasts.

— Matt

 

Jake from Iowa wrote in:

 

On the subject of National Carry Reciprocity, Rachel expressed doubts that this was something we want the federal government getting their hands into.  I generally share her caution about government, and really respect and appreciate her principled approach to things, but I disagree – I think that in order to respect the constitution, the federal government MUST institute national reciprocity.  

The justification would be under the “full faith and credit” clause of the constitution, which requires states to respect the documents issued by other states, such as drivers licenses, marriage licenses, etc.

Politicians are certainly known for “creative” interpretations of the constitution, such as the much-abused interstate commerce clause, but the full faith and credit clause can only honestly be interpreted in our favor – It could not be used to justify forcing more strenuous qualifications for permits on the states.  One could maybe create several “levels” of carry permits, and argue that, say Utah’s carry permit is only equivalent to California’s “basic” carry permit, so you can’t carry in a bunch of places until you get some kind of prohibitively expensive “enhanced” permit, but even that would be progress.

 

Right now, I have an Iowa carry permit but work in Illinois.  It is literally impossible for me to get an IL carry permit because IL will not issue one to IA residents, nor will they honor my IA permit, except in my vehicle.  This is a pretty blatant denial of rights, and is unconstitutional both on 2A grounds and based on the full faith and credit clause, and I would love to see them slapped down on this.

 

Thanks,

-Jake from Iowa

 

And Carl also wrote in.

 

Hello,

Recently Rob published an article regarding the Presbyterian Church USA (PCUSA) and its naïve stance on firearms.  I am here to say that I am a member and elder of that denomination and I agree with Rob.  For many years, PCUSA has been against any gun that isn’t used for hunting.

PCUSA is rife with members who whole-heartedly support the 2nd amendment.  The problem is that the leadership is stuffed with liberals.  This was confirmed to me by my old friend and college roommate, a retired Presbyterian pastor and United States Navy chaplain who retired with the rank of Commander.  He is about as disgusted with the situation as I am.

PCUSA advocates for ministry to people who have been affected by gun violence.  OK, it is good to do that for people who have been affected by violence of any kind.  But they also call for (http://www.pcusa.org/news/2014/6/19/assembly-acts-decisively-gun-violence-abortion-tax/):

  • opposition to legislation that exempts gun manufacturers and marketers from legal liability and/or financial accountability for the medical and security costs of predictable gun misuse and availability to criminals, the unstable, and the self-destructive;
  • opposition to “stand your ground” and other legislation that may entitle gun owners to shoot before taking alternative measures (such as relying on law enforcement and/or other de-escalation techniques) in perceived defense of persons or property;
  • encouraging church sessions and PC(USA) entities that own property to declare their particular premises and gatherings to be gun-free zones;
  • raising the age for handgun ownership to 21;
  • supporting legislation to ban semiautomatic assault weapons, armor-piercing handgun ammunition and .50-caliber rifles; and
  • advocacy in support of state and federal legislation to regulate ammunition.

I have stayed Presbyterian for a few reasons, one of which is to possibly promote change from within.  PCUSA has progressively removed itself from the Bible in many areas.  Now I am tired.  Maybe I should go back to my Lutheran roots (attention Lloyd Bailey!).  Or my wife’s Baptist roots.

Thanks for listening to my rant.

Carl

 

Paul: Rob, do you have any new posts from your SlowFacts blog you want to mention?

 

Rob- Clash Daily.  Ammoland.  Slowfacts. That is at slow facts dot wordpress dot com.  John, tell us what’s new at your blog no lawyers only guns and money

 

That and more is at only guns and money dot blogspot dot com.

 

We would like to thank Charlie Foxtrot for writing up show notes for us. Even though you don’t hear him on the air he is certainly part of what you do hear. Look at his blog at not one more gun law dot blogspot dot com

 

Paul: That wraps up another episode of the Polite Society Podcast.  I’d like to thank (Guests) for joining us today.  So for Charlie Foxtrot, Gary, John, Rachel, Susan, and Rob,

 

Paul: Until the next time…

Gary: stay safe,

Susan: be aware,

Paul: and we’ll see you down the road.

 

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Episode 397 – National Reciprocity?

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1- Open and Personal News Segment

2- News Segment:

3- Interview Segment Guests Joey and Allison from Passionate About Prepping:

4- DGU Segment:

5- Email and Show Close:

 

1- Introduction

Paul: Welcome to the polite society podcast sponsored by the Firearms Policy Coalition recorded on Thursday January 5th, 2017  I’m Paul Lathrop

Rob: I’m Rob Morse and on tonight’s show we will talk about the nevada law requiring universal background checks that cannot be enforced.

Rachel: I’m Rachel Malone, and we will talk about a possible national concealed carry reciprocity act

Gary: I’m Gary Daugherty and in one of our DGU’s a Texas deputy sheriff wasn’t carrying a gun, luckily his wife was. So climb aboard

Rachel: strap in

Rob : and hang on!

Paul:  episode 397 of the Polite Society Podcast starts right now.

Show intro music.

 

Personal news from each participant (when you are done with your segment please ask the next person what has been up with them)

 

Rob- sdgs podcasts.  We are in process of adding another concealed carrier to the household.  Gun, holster, permit.  Now she has to go take a class with Rachel.

Rachel – range time with my ARC practice group, growing the TFF community and website, teaching classes. Pretty sure I found my life partner…..my Glock 19. Check out my videos on Constitutional Carry and 3 things we must do to pass gun legislation. Be sure to show up to the Capitol on Friday, Jan. 13 at 3pm on the South steps if you can be in Austin….rally sponsored

Also, had a wonderful surprise on Christmas break!!!

Gary

Paul/Susan

Rachel- MAG20 in Austin Feb 11 and 12!

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(August 26 & 27, 2017. Beyond Concealed Carry Enhanced. Sioux Falls, SD)

Break

 

2- News 1

Another win in the courtroom

Residents of Lower Merion Township, Pennsylvania received an early Christmas present from the Commonwealth Court.  In a 2-1 ruling, the appellate court ruled in favor of an injunction prohibiting the Township from enforcing a local gun ban.  

 

The suit filed by Firearm Owners Against Crime centers around a law enacted by the township in 2011.  This example of “we know better than you” legislation creates a $600 fine for carrying firearms on town-owned recreational property.  In fact, vast segments Pennsylvania government believe they know better than their subjects.  The Township’s rulers enacted this infringement in defiance of the state’s preemption law.  

 

Fortunately, two members of the Commonwealth Court’s three judge panel actually rule based on the law.  These judges agreed that refusing this injunction “would sanction the Township’s continued statutory violations.”

 

Unfortunately, the ruling was not unanimous.  The dissenting judge, Dan Pelligrini, cannot seem to understand the language of the statute.  The general rule is stated that, “No county, municipality or township may in any manner regulate the lawful ownership, possession, transfer or transportation of firearms…”  The court of original jurisdiction in this case also agrees with Judge Pelligrini.  Only courthouses and schools are prohibited by statute.  We hope this ruling will help to overturn Philadelphia’s illegal banning of firearms in city parks, as well.  

 

If former attorney general, Kathleen Kane, was not serving time, there is no doubt she would agree with Judge Pelligrini.  Kim Stolfer, president of FOAC, stated that, “these local laws are crimes just like burglary and assault and should be handled as such but District Attorney’s shirk their duty to enforce the law.”  

 

We are fighting nanny state legislators, activist judges and politically motivated district attorneys throughout our nation.  Current events have demonstrated that victory can be achieved through the ballot box.  However, a measure of personal accountability for public officials may help prevent their constant attempts to infringe upon the rights of the law abiding citizenry.

 

Rob-  The local pro-rights group who brought this suit can hold the local politicians liable.  Let’s see if politicians are above the law.

 

National concealed carry reciprocity bill introduced.

A bill has been introduced in the house that would finally make national concealed carry reciprocity a reality. The bill, (H.R.-38) mandates that if you have a concealed carry permit from one state that it is good in all states. No requirement for any kind of training is in the initial form of the bill.

Paul-

Rob-  It is not up in PopVox yet (popvox.com).  I’m still worried about prohibiting firearms rather than carry licenses.  Do you own a CA or NJ compliant gun, mag, ammunition, gun safe…?  

 

Rachel-I’m glad it includes constitutional carry states. I still have concerns. Will it get messed up with amendments? Will it distract us from other gun issues like Rob mentioned? Will it be largely ineffective due to gun-free zones or other restrictions? Is it the even the place of the federal government to do this? If they can allow it they can also disallow it. I believe it’s a states issue that should stay with the states.

Full text: https://hudson.house.gov/uploads/Concealed%20Carry%20Reciprocity%20Act%20of%202017.pdf

 

Chicago sets a new record (and it isn’t something to be proud of)

2016 was a record setting year for the windy city. However this record is one they most likely didn’t want. 795 homicides and 4378 shootings were recorded in the city last year. This despite being among the cities with the most stringent gun laws in the country. President-elect Trump took to Twitter to show his displeasure with Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel. Trump tweeted “If Mayor can’t do it he must ask for Federal help!”

 

Chicago politics and a strong backlash against police have combined to create a situation where police are afraid of becoming the next viral video and have become much more hands off. This has allowed the murder rate to climb even higher than those of New York City and Los Angeles, both of which are larger cities.

 

Remember that Nevada “Universal background check” law?

Residents of Nevada have something to be happy about in the new year. The bill supported by the Bloomberg group that passed narrowly in November is written so poorly that it cannot be enforced. On December 28th the Nevada attorney general issued an opinion that the language of the bill as written makes people go through an FBI background check, except the FBI doesn’t do them in NV, the state police do. The FBI won’t (after a signed agreement that gave the NV state police the ability) and the law doesn’t give the state police the ability to act in the FBI’s place. That’s what you get when bad laws are written by people from other states that know nothing about how things work in your state.

 

Rachel-this is why it’s important to read the actual text of the bill – not just what the media or author say about it

Rob- Bloomberg paid $35 per vote in nevada, to win by one half of one percent.

 

Gun Quotes

The essence of good marksmanship is self-control, and self-control is the essence of good citizenship. It is too easy to say that a good shot is automatically a good man, but it would be equally incorrect to ignore the connection. – Jeff Cooper

 

Hang on everybody, we’ll be back with our guest (Name).

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3- Interview 1

 

4- Interview 2

 

5- DGUs  (at beginning) These discussions are NOT legal advice. Some of us are trainers, but this is not formal training and YOU NEED formal training. The Defensive Gun Use segment is intended as information, NOT as training. As always the opinions of the hosts are only their own opinions and not those of any sponsors or other affiliations.

 

We post each of our news and defensive gun use articles at Polite Society Podcast.com  Please take a minute and share them with a friend.

 

Robber sets gun down and gets shot

According to ABC 15 in Phoenix a 17 year old armed robber decided to rob a convenience store. The young thug walked in and pointed a gun at the clerk and demanded money.  When the clerk obeyed and handed over the contents of the register the young robber placed his gun on the counter to take the money. That is when the clerk drew and fired his own gun. The robber fled after being shot, but collapsed in the street outside. He was taken to a local hospital where he is expected to survive. Shockingly, police say that this is not the armed robbers first crime.

 

A DGU goes as well as can be expected.

An Austin, Texas man was understandably concerned on Christmas day when he heard a door close in his home. You see this man lives alone. Dennis Rainford, 39, had gained access to the home through the garage. The homeowner took out his gun and when the intruder passed by his bedroom door the homeowner pointed his gun at him and told Rainford to get out of the house.

 

Police found Rainford wearing a Santa hat and arrested him.

 

Rob- The grinch didn’t stop this christmas.

 

Wear the damned thing!

Our final DGU was emailed to us by one of our listeners, thank you Carl!

A Texas deputy Sheriff and his wife were on their way to a weekend deer hunt when they stopped to get gas. While the deputy was walking back to his car 2 men pulled into the gas station in a red pickup truck and approached and began beating the Deputy.  They had the deputy on the ground and one of them was kicking him in the face while the other was trying to get to his walet.

 

Luckily the Deputy’s wife had her handgun. She drew and began firing at the thugs as she exited her vehicle. The Deputy was then able to get to their vehicle and retrieve his gun and add to his wife’s fire on the retreating thugs.

 

The stolen vehicle that was used in the assault was discovered a few days later by the houston fire department, however no arrests have yet been made.

 

Rachel- Dude. You live in Texas, you’re on your way to a hunt, I’m sure you drive a truck….what the heck is wrong with you…keep your gun on! Good thing his wife had his back!

 

Rob- Multiple shots fired and all were misses.

 

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6- E-mail, blog notes, and show close

 

Listener e-mail discussion

 

Paul: Rob, do you have any new posts from your SlowFacts blog you want to mention?

 

Rob-  Armed civilians saved lives in december

https://slowfacts.wordpress.com/2017/01/05/armed-civilians-saved-lives-in-december/

 

For new gun owners- the first steps are the biggest (your first firearms class)

https://slowfacts.wordpress.com/2017/01/02/the-first-steps-are-the-biggest-what-you-discover-in-your-first-self-defense-classes/

 

Human rights versus california politicians- which right of self-defense do we have?

https://slowfacts.wordpress.com/2016/12/29/human-rights-versus-california-politicians-which-right-of-self-defense-do-we-have/

 

The good news review of 2016 for gun owners.

https://slowfacts.wordpress.com/2016/12/26/the-good-news-review-of-2016-for-gun-owners/

 

Clash Daily.  Ammoland.  Slowfacts. That is at slow facts dot wordpress dot com.  John, tell us what’s new at your blog no lawyers only guns and money

 

John Richardson has a number of good posts at his blog, only guns and money dot blogspot dot com.

 

Paul- We would like to thank Charlie Foxtrot for writing up show notes for us. Even though you don’t hear him on the air he is certainly part of what you do hear. Look at his blog at not one more gun law dot blogspot dot com

 

Paul: That wraps up another episode of the Polite Society Podcast.  I’d like to thank (Guests) for joining us today.  So for Charlie Foxtrot, Gary, John, Rachel, Susan, and Rob,

(Paul, stop talking now)

 

Rob: Until the next time…

Gary: stay safe,

Rachel: be aware,

Paul: and we’ll see you down the road.

 

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