Honest

Any LDS member that has or had had a temple recommend, has had to answer a list of questions before they are given the OK to go into the temple.  The list includes things like do you Believe in God, live the Law of Chastity, keep the Word of Wisdom, and pay a full tithe.   But I think that the hardest question to answer is “Are you honest in your dealings with your fellowmen?”.

This one always makes me think.  Most people probably think that it reads, “Are you honest in your business dealings with your fellowmen?”   I think that …

Temper Tantrum

No one likes seeing a kid throw a Temper Tantrum.  And it is even worse when a parent decides that they need to re-enforce the behavior and set up a precedence.    I have heard someone say that, “A temper tantrum is not funny when a three year old does it, and is ridiculous when an adult does it.”

Now lets take this on a bigger scale.  Lets say that a group of people get upset about something that the government does.   Then this group of people riot because of it.  With the recent verdict of Johannes Mehserle, adults throw a Temper …

Why Do I Need a Rifle?

This is a article repost by Larry and Stacey Mudgett. You can find the original article on their website: mudgettminute.blogspot.com

You have done your research and selected a full size open carry pistol and a compact concealed carry pistol. You have received professional instruction in the serious use of these weapons. You are now confident in your ability to defend yourself and your loved ones and that confidence is based upon skill not illusion. Have you achieved preparedness? That depends on what you are preparing to survive. If your goal was to enhance your ability to protect your family from …

I Want to Buy a Gun- Which Gun Should I Buy?

This is a article repost by Larry and Stacey Mudgett. You can find the original article on their website: mudgettminute.blogspot.com

What gun would you recommend for me? Stacey and I are asked this question at least once a week. The person asking the question is probably expecting a simple answer, such as, “the perfect gun for you is the ‘Spaceman 2500’.” Instead, we start by asking the “potential gun buyer” (PGB) some questions. “I want to build a house, which tool should I buy?” The PGB will usually just give us a blank stare. “Which hammer should I buy?” Another …