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April 12, 2005



Cap'n Jim, I decided that the accent of this essay is the definition of the warrior class, and the discussion of guns is secondary.

To my mind, if the warrior class is fully accepted, the matter of their weapons will never be seriously challenged.

In the US of A, the Warriors are the Militia the founders insisted upon writing about and granting the right of arms to. Each member of the Militia (that's you and me, pardner) may accept different definitions of what a warrior is, but all of us accept our duty to defend the Nation (and our selves, our families, our way of life itself).

Is it just me or have you also noticed a large increase in excellent writing on these subjects on the 'Net lately? It's as though all these writers suddenly felt extremely motivated, or they felt that a weight had been lifted from their muse, and so the creative writing has just flowed from their pens and keyboards.


Wasn't it Robert Heinlein who said "An armed society is a polite society."?

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