Shot Show - History Auction - Trump Accomplishments
SHOT Show 2023: What to Know Before You Go
SHOT Show — the largest and most comprehensive trade show for all professionals involved with the shooting sports, hunting, outdoor and law enforcement industries — kicks off this week. Here are some highlights to help you get ready for the show.
As any veteran showgoer can tell you, it’s a BIG show; there’s a lot of ground to cover — attendees have access to 2,000+ exhibits spread over 800,000 square feet. Be sure to download the SHOT Show Mobile App to help navigate the event like a pro.
Guns Of History Auction
Wendell Grangaard has been collecting historical items for 60 years and has an extensive collection of firearms and artifacts from Little Bighorn and the Indian Wars. A sought after speaker and contributor to museums, Wendell has also written articles and a book titled "Documenting the Weapons used at the Little Bighorn".
He has authenticated firearms and artifacts in a variety of ways, but the most interesting is through his introduction to the language of Togia. This gave Wendell the ability to read stories inscribed on firearms belonging to Native Americans. Togia is a symbolic language used to show possession and to record Winter Count that is used to describe a specific event or experience. This collection cannot be duplicated; each item and its history are one of a kind. Wendell is 83 years old now and says it’s time to share the history with others, providing another generation with the ability to own and display these unique pieces.
How To Cure A Liberal From Trump Derangement Syndrome
A sure way to provide to those liberals willing to consider facts (over rhetoric and socialist propaganda), a cure for Trump Derangement Syndrome, is to present them with truth.
Personally, I know 17 liberals that indicated they have “always voted Democrat,” who now say they can not vote Blue this year.
Donald Trump’s Accomplishments as President, Part One
have been repeatedly told, as I’m sure you have, that Donald Trump “was the worst President the United States has ever had.” Except for his “racism,” “Nazism,” “mean tweets,” and “all the stupid things he said and did,” I have never been told what specific accomplishments of his administration these folks don’t like.
Granted, maybe the man is arrogant and narcissistic, but he isn’t the only such person who ever occupied the White House. Maybe he said some stupid things; I wonder how many human beings have never done the same. But only Donald Trump is guilty. Fairness and justice are virtues the Left is far removed from.
Mr. Trump, like all of us, including his liberal detractors, isn’t close to perfection. I didn’t agree with his every policy, action, word, or deed, but what I want to do in three articles is look at his record: what did his administration accomplish for the United States.