Tag Archives: Violence

Violence at the US Border

The Extreme Violence at the US / Mexico Border Continues to be Ignored by the Media. As I write this, the first presidential debate has yet to air. I assume it will include much talk of a wall on our southern border. As I scour the news looking for information pertinent to…
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Understanding Violent Movements

Mass Violence can be Understood at Some Level, But It Seems That Fighting Fire With Fire May be the Only Practical Solution. In last week’s article, The Trouble with Pacifists, we highlighted the perils of a silent majority, unwilling to rise up and take action against history’s most deadly movements—particularly in instances where…
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The Trouble with Pacifists

Buck Up Pacifists, There’s a Time to Fight for That in Which You Believe. The dangers of turning a blind eye to an evil movement. There is an email that has been circulating the Internet for some time now that peaked my interest. It discusses the rise of dangerous regimes while the…
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GZTac’s Principle of Assumed Violence

Develop Your Self Defense Principles Thoughtfully, or You’ll Likely Pay a High Price. There’s a debate about the moral implications of shooting an assailant after defending an attack and making some space (during a Krav Maga defense). During the GZTac Core Handgun Class a couple weeks back, the topic came up, and…
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