Can I Use Force Against Someone Burglarizing My Car?

U.S. Law Shield: Can I Use Force Against Someone Burglarizing My Car?

By Dave Dolbee published on in Legal

What can you do if someone is breaking into your vehicle while you’re at your house? Well, first of all, in case you were wondering what this crime is called, it’s burglary of a motor vehicle. Now, that’s what makes this discussion interesting, because as you may already know, you can have the right to respond with deadly force when someone is committing a burglary against your property. The problem here is that the statute only reads burglary, and there are multiple different kinds of burglary in the state of Texas.

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A Concerned Community Organizer

This came to me in an email and I thought it was worth preserving on my little blog that no one reads so it is posted here for posterity.

"If Barack Obama did not do enough to destroy this country in the 8 years he was in office, it appears his future plans are to destroy the foundation on which this country has operated on for the last 241 years."

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How to Prepare Eversafe MRE

This video demonstrates how to prepare your Eversafe Meal Ready to Eat (MRE)

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A Brief History of Islam

By Briggite Gabriel

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Why the Peaceful Majority is Irrelevant

On 21 February 2006, Canadian Paul Marek published on his blog Celestial Junk an article titled “Why the Peaceful Majority is Irrelevant.” Marek’s essay warned about the dangers of Islamic fanaticism and dismissed as irrelevant the notion that the overwhelming majority of Muslims are peaceful. This work is incorrectly attributed to Dr Emanuel Tanya.

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President Trump's Speech in Riyadh

I just finished watching our President's speech in Saudi Arabia and I think he was spectacular.  This is the kind of President we have longed for since Reagan.  Way to go Mr. President.  Now, do NOT back down.

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How Often Should I Clean My Handguns?

How Often Should I Clean My Handgun?

This is a great article by Bob Campbell on the Shooter's Log at Cheaper than Dirt.

The more I test and use handguns, the more respect I have for the operating reliability of these machines. Tolerances held by Kimber, Colt, Glock, Ruger, Smith and Wesson, SIG, and CZ are excellent. When we fire these handguns on the range, we should have every confidence that they will fire time after time without any type of problem. After all, many of these handguns are based on service pistols that were designed to function in horrific situations. Read more...

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