(A version of this column appeared in the April 10 edition of “Firearms News,” formerly “Shotgun News.”)
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(A version of the following missive appears in the summer edition of CJ Hadley’s Range magazine, on newsstands May 1:)
Editor CJ Hadley tells me she’s planning to run two of my missives in her upcoming, summer edition of “Range” magazine — one of 2,500 words and another of 450. Here’s the shorter one:
Sneaky, devious, diabolical? Decide for yourself. This first short (5:35) video offers a cursory overview of a potentially huge issue:
(This follows part two in our week-long Q&A with Vin about his new novel, “The Miskatonic Manuscript.” Part two is here.) Q: It’s interesting how many people seem to judge a book by its cover. Many people, looking at the Testament of James cover art, assume it’s a religious tract. Others, reacting to the […]
J.D. Tuccille, author of the Western Lands novel “High Desert Barbeque,” offers a detailed (and amusing, at least to some of us) update on the efforts of the federal government and its statist allies to keep the majority of the lands in the western states in their grasping claws at http://tuccille.com/disloyal/2015/11/09/the-great-western-land-grab/ .
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! You guessed it, Brunette here again. 😉 Vin’s a writer, and (not that I have to tell any of you!) a pretty darn good one — I was a fan long before we ever met. But he’s not a blogger at heart … nor am I. He’s encouraged me to post here […]
(Late note: Hardcover copies now available via Abebooks: http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=17818381819
Out of Wyoming, firm proponent of self-ownership Mama Liberty has weighed in with a thoughtful commentary on “The Testament of James” (here), focusing on what the tale tells us about the nature of organized religion, and its relation to social control. “Some people got together and figured out how to use the belief or disbelief […]
(NOTE: a condensed version of this report appears in the Autumn, 2014 issue of “Range” magazine, on newsstands through Oct. 15.) IS IT ALL TO SAVE THE TORTOISE?