Jeremy S. Remington 870 DM
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Even in the midst of political and economic uncertainty, foreign and domestic unrest, and higher prices, there’s always plenty to be thankful for in America, each in our own way. Creating a holiday dedicated to recognizing the good fortune of living in the greatest country on Earth was President Lincoln’s greatest achievement (right behind winning the Civil War and ending slavery).

So whether you’ll be proclaiming your thankfulness at the dinner table this year for big things like good health and happiness or just for moist sage and onion stuffing and having a plentiful supply of ammo on hand, don’t forget to include our Second Amendment freedoms. Not that you would.

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    • With all the cooking Thanksgiving inspires me to share words on a sign that’s above my stove…

      This is the beginning of a new day. God has given me this day to use as I will. I can waste it or use it for good.

      What I do today is very important because I am exchanging a day of my life for it. When tomorrow comes, this day will be gone forever, leaving something in its place I have traded for it. I want it to be a gain, not a loss – good not evil. Success, not failure, in order that I shall not regret the price I paid for it.” – Heartsill Wilson

  1. That turkey was ‘just asking for it’, look how it fluffed it’s tail feathers out, daring Jeremy (who may, or may not, have spoken in class today) to take his shot.

    Happy bird all, and please remember to toss some leftovers into the nearest drainage ditch, for the Possum and his kin… 😉

  2. Happy Thanksgiving to all (yes even dacian and Miner)… It’s a brisk 60 degrees here in Central FL going up to a high of 65 but the sun is shining, and the road is calling… I would say I’m envious of all you folks with the seasonal really cold temps and snow… but, I’d be lying, Harley does not like 30s and I don’t like slick roads… Anyway, time to break out the leather, ride now eat later, enjoy…


  4. I had a great Thanksgiving morning. My church organized a Food Drive for the people in Gaza. We also collected materiel, like Magpul goodies camouflaged clothing, and Milsurp kit. It’s a Palestinian Orthodox Church, so most of us have family over there. It was wonderful- 2/3 of the adult men were carrying. And with the uptick in anti-Muslim sentiment from Jewish-Americans, some of the moms are carrying now too!

    Carry every day! Support 2A for all!

    Happy Thanksgiving!!!

    • A former U.S. government official was arrested after being captured on video spewing Islamophobic and anti-Palestinian language at a street food vendor in Manhattan on multiple occasions.

      Driving the news: The charges against Stuart Seldowitz include “hate crime/stalking,” second-degree aggravated harassment and additional stalking charges, an NYPD spokesperson confirmed to Axios on Thursday.

      Seldowitz worked for the National Security Council under the Obama administration following a State Department career that spanned five presidencies, according to a 2022 press release from Gotham Government Relations, with which Seldowitz was later affiliated.
      Seldowitz did not immediately respond to Axios’ request for comment. He previously confirmed to CNN that it was indeed him in the videos and expressed regret to the New York Times about things he said to the vendor, but denied being Islamophobic.
      Backstory: Seldowitz appeared in multiple videos that appeared to be taken on different days.

      In one video posted to X, Seldowitz repeatedly calls the vendor “ignorant” and makes derogatory comments about the Prophet Muhammad.
      In another video, Seldowitz threatens to “put big signs here saying this guy believes in Hamas” and called the vendor “a terrorist.”
      “If we killed 4,000 Palestinian children, you know what? It wasn’t enough,” Seldowitz added.
      “Why should I go? It’s a free country,” Seldowitz said in a third video. The vendor can be repeatedly heard asking Seldowitz to leave.

      Seldowitz is Jewish.

      • How come people wish Miner and Dacian a happy Thanksgiving, but not me?

        Oh- and like half these accounts aren’t DZ sock puppets. C’mon.

        • If you’re getting less love than those two it may be time to re-evaluate your life.

          Personally I think you’re all 3 scum.

  5. Just past midnight and a little cool for south Alabama. Light drizzle. Several guests sleeping off too much food and a little alcohol. Wonderful smells of roasted turkey, smoked ham, pies, sweet potatoes, dressing, and bread pudding lingering in the house. Sitting here as the last one awake enjoying a small glass of good single malt. Thinking of the things I am thankful and grateful for. A comfortable home, loving family, plenty of food, the land and ability to produce more, good friends and neighbors, the freedoms enshrined in our constitution, and those who have defended those rights through the years.
    I honestly hope all the TTAG folks had a happy holiday and hope they are blessed with the joys of a good life. And I hope all of us remember to be thankful for all the things we have in our lives every day and not just on a single day on the calendar.
    Peace and joy to all. Good night.


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