Author Archives: Charles McCorquodale

Campus carry opponents plan to keep pushing, even with law in effect

For four years, dozens of faculty members, students, Lawrence residents and more fought against the inevitable: that guns would be allowed on the University’s campus. Protests, petitions, lobbying, demonstrations and letters were not enough to stop a 2013 law from going into effect three weeks ago on July 1, 2017. Now, these advocates have to…

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SCSD1 board members skeptical of allowing conceal-carry

RANCHESTER — Several Sheridan County School District 1 board members had reservations about allowing educators to conceal-carry firearms on school campuses. At the Wednesday meeting, SCSD1 board members sounded off and heard from community stakeholders concerning district staff members wielding firearms. The SCSD1 board did not take any official action on the matter, and members…

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Concealed-carry permit applicants level off

After a sizeable spike in 2016 that nearly doubled the previous year’s total, the number of concealed handgun permits issued by the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office appears to be leveling off. From Jan. 1 through July 17 of this year, the sheriff’s office issued 1,034 permits. By comparison, 1,933 permits were issued last year, a…

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Know How To Prepare Now.

   What were your most recent action steps to to prepare for your survival or your living standards?  When were the last taken?  Review your checklist to keep things up to date.   What did you do to prep this week? 2016-04-9 6:49:51 Before we get started I would like to thank and give a…

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Prepare Yourself Now.

   Are you ready?  Now?  Are you prepared to survive in this moment?  Are you ready even when the move unexpeced even unlikely event occurs and disrupts our daily experience?  What about your access to communication with your established network?  You do have a network to assist you now, right? Prepper Book Festival 11: Prepper’s…

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Armed or Disarmed?

   It is urgent that you properly carry your weapon, conceal it, and protect your right to carry your weapon.  This holster may help you.   Valuables Concealed Carry Holster, pickpocket-proof. (Scroll down for more info.) 2014-11-7 11:19:45 New! -$10.00 off, Khaki Color Only! Khaki Denim, Valuables Model with Pick-Pocket Proof back pocket. Like the…

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The Ultimate Survival Guide II

   Remember, to barter helps to survive or negotiate for a better position, to provide or receive more value, both when we are with or without much money. Barter – The Currency After The Crash 2006-09-29 21:44:32 Many survival "Experts" tell you to buy gold and silver to ensure your wealth after the SHTF. They…

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The Ultimate Survival Guide.

   Obviously, a money source or even a means to barter or trade are essential for you and your family's survival.  So what other source of money may we use when the dollar, cash, or currency available loses significant value?  The article below helps to serve as a guide for you and your family to…

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Prepper Food!

Prep Blog Review: Ready, Set… Garden! 2016-03-05 07:58:15 -0500   When I think gardening, besides the hard and so rewarding work, I also think of "self-sufficiency" and "food-independence".  So prepare.  Make a plan to satisfy the needs for you and your family.  Listen to this key advice.   Are you ready to garden now? Read…

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Prepper Food!

Prep Blog Review: Ready, Set… Garden! 2016-03-05 07:58:15 -0500   When I think gardening, besides the hard and so rewarding work, I also think of "self-sufficiency" and "food-independence".  So prepare.  Make a plan to satisfy the needs for you and your family.  Listen to this key advice.   Are you ready to garden now? Read…

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