Jerry in one of his more mellow moodsJerry in one of his more mellow moods

After a long time, we've finally got the website up and running -- although there'll be a lot more "running" coming along in the next few weeks.  I'm going to use this space for a variety of things, among which will be grousing about the current state of affairs politically.  As many of you may have suspected, I did not vote for the guy hanging out in the Oval Office.  And, I'm not wildly crazy about things like the energy bill -- read energy tax-- and some other things that are moving along in Congress.  Actually, the whole idea of thousands and thousands of words in a Bill and rushing the Bill through Congress before almost anyone could read it makes you kind of wonder.  Either the administration and it's lefty allies in Congress are hiding things they don't want read, or they figure the American people will be so ticked off by the time the 2010 off-year elections come around, Obama will be looking at a Republican Congress that's going to stonewall his wierd vision for America.  God willing!  At any event, with any legislation, how can a member of Congress vote on a Bill -- good or bad -- without knowing what's in that Bill?  That's madness!  And, it's dereliction of duty.  Let's get going now to field and support people for the 2010 elections who will realize that change for the sake of change is stupidity.  America's the finest country on the face of the Earth.  We have nothing to apologize for to the rest of the world and our Constitution is the finest political document ever written.  When I was a kid, if you said someone was a "Leftist" that was another way of saying he was a "Communist."  Neither term is or ever has been or ever will be a compliment.

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Reader Comments (4)

I am happy ,to have found your website!

Your Survivalist series was a major influence on me, as a young adult.
As an adult, I till see echoes of your work around my home, from the new Gerber MKII on the bookcase behind me, to the autographed photo of you holding a detonics combat master on the opposite shelf.

July 6, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJoe

found your books a truly amazing read though have not managed get obtain 21 an upwards, i am still ordereding a few of the early editions aswell. no 4,6 and midawake. A real true insipration i still read them over and over, when i was feeling bit down or any reason i would read them!! though i particulary like the early editions. Just ordered midwake an looking forward to reading this. not sure if you reply to these messages so good luck for the future. p.s how do i regiseter to this website? thank you for your time

Mr Ian byrom ENGLAND, UK

July 6, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterian

It was a pleasure to talk with you this evening. I appreciated the story and advice. You have always been both mentor and a second father to me. Thank you.

July 7, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterBill Craig

I have enjoy your work for many years,from the frist time that I read the frist of the Surivalist ,to the many gun articles.i just hope that your new website has as long a run as all of your other endeavers....

November 15, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterBob G

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