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Sunday, February 20, 2011


TL explains.

Do you know where the local SEIU offices are in your AO?

What about the teacher's union offices?

Are your local LEOs unionized? If so, where is the office of that local?

Who are the union leaders for all of these locals?

Where do they live?

Inquiring, freedom-oriented minds should want to know.....


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Important questions, no doubt.

I spent many hours developing rangecards, and teaching others to do so.

They're amazingly useful.

CA has it right.

Start on your rangecards now, if you haven't already.



February 20, 2011 at 4:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK, so who has a downloadable blank page we can print? I don't have enough white-out to use this one.


February 20, 2011 at 5:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Never mind, had a libtard moment. I found it as a pdf.


February 20, 2011 at 5:37 AM  
Blogger Concerned American said...

Standard range card

February 20, 2011 at 5:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Make sure you have the FM handy, just in case some ring-knocking O-6 comes by and taps his Woo-Poo ring on the feed cover of your gun, as he asks why the gun is laid to the extreme of its traverse.

This actually happened. A peek at the FM adjusted his attitude.

February 20, 2011 at 12:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yea wait im the local president of our firefighters union... and a daily reader here. You wanna know where I fuckin live? Remember if you can see me then your in range as well. Now why don't you focus on liberty and quit worrying about local union people. Its the national level that's the problem. Don't allow yourselves to be repub tools. Then I promise I wont be a dem tool.

February 20, 2011 at 6:33 PM  
Blogger Concerned American said...


Have you ever seen any anti-firefighter rhetoric here?

With respect, do you consider yourself a LEO?

Or are you a SEIU member?

'Cuz if you are, there is literally no way to separate yourself from the actions of your national leadership.

It's a time for choosing for everyone, my friend.

Who will you serve this day?

February 20, 2011 at 6:38 PM  
Blogger Alan W. Mullenax said...

What's he gonna do? Squirt us with a hose?

February 20, 2011 at 8:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No I haven't heard any bashing. My apologies. Ill admit im at my wits end. I consider myself an oathkeeper first. I took the oath. So I spend tons of time on all the usual freefor sites. Then at work I get all the garbage emails from the big unions as well as the iaff emails supporting the big unions. Makes me wanna puke. Then I see firemen getting drug in and I just don't know what to do. There's lots of loyalty in the fire service for obvious reasons and now I gotta worry that when it all hits.... it'll be tough. I don't know what to think. Yes I will follow.my oath first.

February 20, 2011 at 8:42 PM  
Blogger Concerned American said...


I come from a firefighter family on my father's side. My uncle fought the 1945 fire in the Empire State Bldg after a B25 hit it. He also fought the Normandie fire at the Manhattan docks in 1942(?). My father was a 17-year-old firefighter-rated sailor aboard a Casablanca-class escort carrier in the Pacific campaigns of 1945, and his service there cost him his health for the rest of his life.

My uncle's grandsons were NYFD on 9/11/01. The one who was on duty was murdered, along with all of the other men from his firehouse, when the towers came down. The one who wasn't on duty that day survives, although all of the on-duty men in his house also were murdered that day.

You are a fireman.

You do the right thing to save people's lives, even when you know you may die in the process.

You and your comrades are a brotherhood of service beyond self.

I hope to shake your hand someday.


February 20, 2011 at 9:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks CA...
"You and your comrades are a brotherhood of service beyond self"

I just wanna scream at my coworkers we arent brothers because of the damn union. we were brothers long before the iaff was ever thought of. This isnt a fight we should even be in. My friends ive been waiting for it to hit the fan for a while. been prepping and planning. Now that the day is near i'm losing focus. I reread one of my favorite posts a little bit ago. http://westernrifleshooters.blogspot.com/2010/05/lessons-from-lithuania-part-i.html It helps keep everything together. thanks all. ps alan my other hose is a gsr in .308 ;) but itll always be used for good. I mean come on everyone on this site prob has the same goodies in their car, home, bug out location, buried.... course i havent burried anything. i figure when its time to bury them its time to use them. be safe all.

February 20, 2011 at 9:49 PM  
Blogger Dedicated_Dad said...

Food for thought: A man cannot serve two masters.

Further, the thought that **ANY** "public employee" - whether Preacher, Teacher, Baker, Thief (AKA "politician"), Doctor, Lawyer, (COP or FF) or Indian Chief -- has any right whatsoever to the legalized extortion/protection rackets we know as "Unions" is beyond abhorrent.

I appreciate what you do - and I believe you personally earn your pay - but I am equally sure that you are personally aware of a number who do not. Further, you have every right -- the same right as any other Free Man -- to seek other employment if you find the terms offered by your employer (AKA "We The People" in this case) to be unacceptable.

You (REGARDLESS of what the law may say) DO NOT have the MORAL right to collectively leave your AO without the protection of the services you promised to provide. Further, you DO NOT have the MORAL right to force any new employee to join your collective.

My ancestors - both sides - were miners. My Grandfather was John L. Lewis' right-hand man, and named his son (my Uncle) after him. He fought literal battles against real criminals in order to secure the most basic human rights for his fellow miners who had previously been treated as worse than slaves.

He was "rewarded" by having those thugs burn his house while his wife and infant child (my Mother!) were inside - and all concerned (including him) believed they'd succeeded in burning them!

I've held his old Winchester in my hands, and fingered the notches cut in its stock -- suffice to say he did what any REAL man would do to deal with such monsters!

***HIS*** cause was just. *THAT* union - at THAT time - was needed!


Sorry -- but this is not the same world, and most of the unions in our Republic today are the root cause of much of our endarkenment.

They protect the crooked, the sociopathic, the thief and the lazy -- not only at the expense of their "brothers" who actually earn their keep, but at the expense of EVERYONE in our Republic!

They ensure that our children's education ranks below that of nations whose "schools" are held in the dirt beneath a baobab tree!
Look at Detroit -- The UAW and the Demmunists they enable are responsible for the utter apocalypse of a once-mighty city, and the death of the industry that built it.

They're responsible for a Government leviathan that has grown so fat and shiftless that it's suffocating under its own weight, and taking the rest of the country down with it like a parasite that's overwhelmed its host!

They ensure that our industry cannot compete with third-world mud-huts - and provide such a stunning example of the aforementioned parasites that none better could be imagined.

They destroyed our garment and textile industries, our auto industry, -- you name it.

The simple fact is that no man can truly serve both such a monster, and Liberty.

Sorry - but there it is.

IM(NS)HO, you're overdue for some serious soul-searching -- and while you may not think so at the moment, this truly is...

...Respectfully submitted,


February 21, 2011 at 3:22 AM  
Blogger Pat H. said...

Get your black Range Card, then find a Soldier's Manual of Common Tasks to see how to fill one out, usually no less than four for a home site.

You'd want one or more for each predetermined ambush site, or observation post, as well.

February 21, 2011 at 5:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was branded as a FED Troll when I posted comments on how easy it was to find the email list of the local LEO's with all their names on the list. I than suggested www.zabasearch.com to locate the home addresses of the LEO's. Now that the suggestion of a "range card" has come out, I can only say that it does pay to do your 'research' well ahead of time for when the right opportunity comes along. I call my list a 'Christmas Card List" whereas a range card does get more specific for intent.
Boy Scout motto: Be Prepared.

February 21, 2011 at 5:27 AM  

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