“Bread and Circuses…”

As I’m sure everyone has heard by now, the U.S. House of Representatives has voted to impeach President Donald Trump, and Pelosi has finally deigned to deliver the articles of impeachment to the Senate. I, along with many other errornet commentators, suspect that this political sham will fall along party lines, and that Donald Trump […]

Got a Plan(ner)?

If you’ve ever read one of Robert’s end of year review blog posts, you’ve probably noticed that he keeps detailed track of round counts, personal performance goals, and achievements throughout the year. I have to confess I am not nearly as detailed in my record keeping, although I wish I was. Furthermore, it’s inarguable that […]

White Settlement, TX Church Shooting Commentary…

There’s not much more I can say about the latest attack on a congregation that hasn’t already been said, and it’s not even been a full 24 hours yet. I refer of course to the lone gunman who opened fire in a White Settlement, TX church and was quickly and definitively put down by an […]

Never Forget, Never Forgive!

I first wrote this four years ago… I’m posting it again with minor edits that simply reflect the passage of time. Today, please take a moment to pause and remember the many brave Americans that tragically lost their lives 18 years ago in the brutal terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. I have always considered […]

An Unplanned Detour…

Robert and I took an unplanned, but worthwhile and somber detour on our way out to Alliance, Ohio today… of all the stories from 9/11, Flight 93 has always resonated with me. While it cost them their lives, the passengers and crew fought back that day and altered the course of events, no doubt saving […]

More New Books…

This post is just a quick summary of some of the books I’ve been reading lately. I will be adding them to our Recommended Reading page when I get a chance. (Robert and I have recently been discussing redoing that page to make it more concise, but aren’t sure how. If any of our readers […]

Skydiving and Gunfighting Parallels?

Recently, as a birthday gift, I surprised my wife by taking her skydiving. We both did a tandem skydive and she joined the ranks of those who have jumped out of a perfectly good airplane for the fun of it. This was her first jump, and my second. In discussing our experience after the fact, […]