According to the agency’s website, the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) mission is to: Protect the nation’s transportation systems to ensure freedom of movement for people and commerce. Apparently, the TSA, an agency of the Federal Department of Homeland Security, believes that mission includes requesting that local Sheriffs reve citizens’ concealed carry licenses. TSA Pittsburg, Pennsylvania: […]
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Security Strategies For Renters: Renters and apartment residents face unique challenges when it comes to home defense. Living in such proximity to neighbors makes home defense challenging in ways those who live in single-family homes may not need to consider. Home defense, apartment or otherwise, will be successful if a problem is recognized before […]
When it comes to home defense, renters, and especially those who live in an apartment, face difficulties homeowners may not need to consider. Those who live on the ground floor of an apartment building may want to bolster the security of windows and doors to make themselves less vulnerable to burglary. You have many to […]
Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen talk about the one thing that is overloed by self-defenders involved in violent altercations. How to prevent that mistake
Waukegan, IL — The Waukegan Police Department was called out to a home invasion this past week and arrived on scene to find two male bodies laying in the front yard, deceased. The incident to place at the 100 block of Frolic Avenue at about 10 am when two men attempted to gain entry to […]
Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen tackle a very valid question: what are the best practices for defending oneself or one’s campsite, tent, RV, etc. when out enjoying the great outdoors? How can we limit our risk from both human and animal threats?