AG Healey Knows She Broke the Law

She’s running the clock out as long as possible. Can I be wistful and hope her stupidity will mark the end of the Massachusetts Assault Weapons Ban?

Maybe not, but it gives me the warm fuzzies.

Thanks to GOAL

more info on the case here

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An Awesome Wing Recipe

I need to try this

The wife doesn’t care for wings or legs, as she sees them as too much work. My daughter and I LOVE them.

Unfortunately she doesn’t like hot pepper or garlic (I suspect that will change) so I’ll have to make them for myself.

That should be a tough sell!

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It Takes a Tough Man to Make a Chicken Tender

A turn of the catch phrase of these vintage ads!

Since I’ve taken to putting some of my favorite recipes up here, this is another perennial.

This was a big batch of Chicken tenders made for a party. They’re easy, they’re relatively healthy, and they taste AWESOME!

So first you need your chicken. What you need are thin pieces of skinless chicken. I frequently find good deals on chicken tenders or chicken cutlets at the grocery store (There’s a rack of each in the picture), but if you don’t have those all you need to do is take a boneless skinless chicken breast and pound it with a meat mallet until it’s flat, then trim them to whatever size you want. That method actually makes the most tender tenders IMHO, but it’s more work.

Also I don’t see why you couldn’t also do this with chicken thigh meat, or even veal or pork cutlets.

Once you have the meat, you need three bowls or pans for the breading. Pan #1 will be filled with flour, Pan #2 with a beaten egg with about 1 tablespoon of water mixed in per egg used. Pan #3 will have panko bread crumbs.

Note you can season each of these ingredients however you want. Hot and spicy, Italian herb, ect.

Dredge each piece in each of the pans going flour, then egg, then breadcrumbs, making sure each peace is fully and evenly coated.

Then place each piece on a cooling rack placed on a baking sheet, making sure not to crowd them. This gives maximum air contact and allows them to get really crispy on all sides without need for flipping.

Then bake at 450 degrees for 15 mins. After this the chicken will still be moist and tender, but the breading will be crisp. Then do with them what you want. Eat them as-is, coat them with buffalo sauce, I frequently cover them with sauce and cheese and make Chicken Parmigiana.


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Gunblog Variety Cast Ep: 121

Episode 121 – Armed Lutherans, Toy Guns, and a Man Without Pants

Pacifiers & Peacemakers – Kids, Guns…and Toy Guns
Felons Behaving Badly – Arrest made in shooting of man found walking without pants
Special Guest – Lloyd Bailey of Armed Lutheran Radio
Main Topic – CHP Reciprocity
Blue Collar Prepping – Delegating Tasks
This Week in Anti-Gun Nuttery – The Anti-gunners again try and inject their agenda in Hollywood
Plug of the Week – Operation Blazing Sword

Operation Blazing Sword’s mailing address – Send your tax deductible donations here

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Luck Used Up

So due to all the travel, bad weather, and work being done on the house, Only today Did I get a chance to rake my leaves.

Found something interesting there:

That’s what’s left of an Eastern Cottontail. There were a few more bits scattered about, but those were the biggest pieces. except the foot, the other bits were all just discarded skin. Looked too clean to be a hawk, which we have a LOT of. After that, the only other things it might be is a Coyote, or a Fox. I found some scat nearby that looked like toy poodle turds, so I suspect it’s one of those.

Seeing the foot just lying there made me contemplate making my very own lucky rabbit’s foot , but I suspect this rabbit’s luck is all used up.

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Anti-Gunners Lying: This is My Shocked Face

So you’ve probably seen it heard of it by now. There’s an anti-gun movie in Theaters now.

I had to edit the above line because neither you, nor anybody else has probably SEEN it, because the overall reviews, even from left-wing media outlets is it’s not a great film.

Stay tuned here for the next Episode of the Gunblog Variety Cast where I tear apart that trailer in my segment.

In my Segment I make note that the “Brady Campaign” is one of the protagonists in the film, I’ll also note that the “Gun Lobby” is never named as “The NRA” or any other real-world pro-gun group. Given this information, and given that the Brady Campaign is doing financial gymnastics to keep from being bankrupted by funds owed to Lucky Gunner, and the rising Star of Michael Bloomberg and his fleet of anti-gun shell groups, the fact that The Brady Campaign name was used, and the fact that in the past they have worked with Hollywood to inject anti-gun messages and themes into TV and Film lead me to believe that Brady at LEAST was giving script notes, if not full-on re-writes of this film.

Only the production crew is saying they didn’t:

We didn’t offer the script to the Brady Campaign, we didn’t offer the script to any Second Amendment groups,” director John Madden said when I asked if he had consulted with the NRA or other gun rights groups when making the film. “We didn’t want the film being adopted by one side or the other of the argument, because it isn’t a polemic. … I don’t think — the film is not political in its intent. It’s political in its milieu and it’s political in its, you know, the background of the story. But it’s more about political process to me.”

Except as Thirdpower and Miguel are reporting, the Brady Campaign didn’t get that talking point:

Further, The actors also weren’t gagged on their prep-work:

Mbatha-Raw: As well as us meeting in D.C. and getting to go to Capitol Hill, I got to visit the lobbying firm that were the consultants for the movie. I also got to meet with leading members of the Brady Campaign [to Prevent Gun Violence] and also a young woman whose mother survived [the] Sandy Hook [shooting], and talk to her about how that had motivated her to become involved in politics and in gun violence prevention.

As Thirdpower and Miguel are saying: “Who’s Lying?”

Well the Director is saying he didn’t involve ANY political groups in the production.

The Brady Campaign is saying they were directly involved, and SOMEBODY gave permission to use their name, and likely saw script pages before approving that. Still given Brady’s involvement in Hollywood in the past I bet they didn’t just sign a waiver on the name.

Further the Cast admits they met with anti-gun groups….but no pro-gun groups for role preparation. That’s the dictionary definition of Bias!

So really I think the writing is on the wall on who the liar is.

Funny, anti-gunners lying, they’re generally so honest!

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SQRPT #218

We took a little time off, but we’re back!

We’re quoting Breda for the show description:

We talk about everything from printing presses, Castro, Sesame Street, mashed potatoes to orangutans. All in the same show!
I like us.

Yep, it’s that! …and I told the British to murder their royal family!

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Really Cool Bartending Video

Cool drinks, well shot, and I really dig the historical bits!

And Another Video from the same dude with more history

interesting. NEVER heard of using red wine in a sour, or absinthe in a Manhattan!

Also, I thought the historical whiskey sour used egg white. That’s how I like them!

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Gunblog Variety Cast Ep 120

EP120 GunBlog VarietyCast – Your Life is a Kitchen

So bake as many pies as you want with the GunBlog VarietyCast!

Beth brings her husband Sean (not GBVC Sean, a different Sean) back on to talk about being a couple who shoot competitively.

A 32-year-old woman is accused of stabbing her 61-year-old former roommate to death. Sean takes a closer look.

Barron is on assignment and will return soon.

In the Main Topic, Sean and Erin answer a pair of questions from a liberal gun-owning listener: “What do you hear when a liberal says ‘ We need to have a conversation’, and what do you hear when a liberal says ‘ We need to compromise’ ?”

In a late night/early morning segment, Tiffany discusses the First Amendment concept of “fighting words” and how that relates to your Second Amendment right to armed self-defense.

When the oil from the hurricane lamps you’ve got stored in the garage leaks all over the floor, how can you get it cleaned up? Erin gives you some tips.

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is back, this time in a Vice News interview. You know what that means: it’s time for another patented Weer’d Audio Fisk™!

Our plug of the week is for Roll20.


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