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Monday, February 29, 2016

Gun Blog Variety Podcast #80
It's another great episode of The GunBlog VarietyCast!
  • Erin Palette discusses the pros and cons of Behavioral Scripts.
  • Britain is reconsidering exiting the EU. Nicki Kenyon gives us her views on the situation. 
  • Our Special Guest this week is our Sponsor, Attorney Andrew Branca. Andrew explains how the old "Never Talk To The Police" mantra is just plain wrong when it comes to lawful citizens using force for self defense. Seriously, who are you going to believe: some random guy on the internet, or the guy who wrote the book on The Law of Self-Defense?
  • In one of his longest segments to date, Barron B gives us his view on the legal battle between Apple and the FBI.
  • Weer'd notes that that nasty little fascist, Michael Bloomberg is branching out. He was just trying to ban guns and salt and soda, and trans-fat. Now he's decided to start giving dating advice. He's directed his minions make videos telling women not to date gun owning men. You know what that means. It's time for another patented Weer'd Audio Fisk™!
  • And next week, our new contributor Beth Reoch Alcazar joins us!
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