“Gun control advocate, Jamie Lee Curtis has become an icon for armed self-defense with her participation in the new Halloween movie sequel. She may have done so unintentionally, but the movie no doubt shows why those who are could become victims should arm themselves.
Breitbart originally did a run-down about Curtis’ character and the how and why she became an icon for armed self-defense. In the new Halloween sequel, she plays the central role she made iconic in the 1978 original. Rotten Tomatoes noted that “Jamie Lee Curtis returns to her iconic role as Laurie Strode, who comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.”…………..”
Weekend Box Office: ‘Halloween’ Opens to Terrifying $77.5M
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If a firearm is your weapon of choice, make sure it’s one that will work well if you need to use it at home. If you want our recommendation without reading this entire article, we suggest the short barreled AR-15 rifle in 300 AAC Blackout, 7.5in barrel. Additionally, we recommend getting a tactical light and laser for it, along with a sling and a 30 round magazine.
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Don’t go Hunting in Michigan (unless it’s for sport)
Michigan Warns Hunters Bovine Tuberculosis Found In Deer & It’s Dangerous To Humans
Deer and other wild game in Michigan could be poison to eat
“The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is issuing a warning to hunters after bovine tuberculosis was discovered in deer. The disease originated in cattle and is a devastating bacterial infection which affects the lungs of the animal.
According to The Hunting News, bovine tuberculosis started in domesticated cattle and is caused by the bacteria M. bovis. It is a nasty infection which primarily attacks the lungs of the infected animal causing whitish lesions to appear on the inside of the animal’s chest cavity. It isn’t strictly limited to cattle either………..”