There are still good politicians out there, and we talk about one in Virginia. Senator Amanda F. Chase presented a bill at the podium with a revolver strapped to her hip. She says that it’s in response to an incident recently where immigration-rights supporters confronted Sen. Dick Black. No matter the reason, thumbs up.

During our SOTG Homeroom segment, we also had a bit of a “Go Team Moment” as well. An off-duty SAS trooper was in the right place at the right time to help out in a Nairobi hotel attack, perpetrated by a group of Muslim Missionaries. Congrats to this guy for having bigger balls than some people we know.

Lastly, we’re at the SHOT Show! At the time you’re hearing this (Wed, Jan 23), we’ve got two scheduled appearances today; Century Arms Giveaway – Booth #11962 at 11:00AM & Crossbreed Holsters – Booth #4143 at 2:00PM. If you’re here, come see us! If not, watch our social media for updates and videos.


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From www.telegraph.co.uk:

The SAS soldier who saved “dozens of lives” in the Nairobi hotel massacre is in line to receive the George Cross for his “remarkable bravery”.

The trooper was off-duty when he dashed to the scene of intense fighting after Islamist terrorists laid siege to the DusitD2 five-star hotel.

At least 21 people were killed in a drawn-out assault that saw hundreds of civilians trapped in the hotel complex.

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From www.richmond.com:

It’s not just her bills that are sparking attention. State Sen. Amanda Chase, R-Chesterfield, generated buzz on Tuesday by presenting them while wearing her .38-caliber revolver in a custom-made holster.

The first-term senator — a fan of government transparency and opponent of the Equal Rights Amendment — said she wore the gun following an incident Monday in which Capitol Police were called after immigration-rights supporters confronted Sen. Dick Black, R-Loudoun.

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