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Practical Brushfires

Revolutionary Ideas and components

Brushfires From Sparks  Everyday Samurai is in service to your liberty and the security of a free state.  We are setting brushfires of freedom, one spark at a time, and it all begins with you.   Are you ready to shine your light?  Today we are digging even further into Igensho: The Book Of Dignity, General Principles […]

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Attack Cop Steal Gun

Toyam Police Officer

An attack where least expected Japan is considered one of the safest countries in the world, yet a recent case highlights that an attack can emerge when least expected. A 21-year-old former Ground Self Defense Force member surprised a police officer in Toyama, stabbed him, and took his revolver.  The attack continued as he went […]

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Europeans Evolve On Gun Rights

The civil unrest of the 1960s threatened many Americans, particularly those living in major cities, and the urban population was exploding. Rising crime and particularly armed violent crime shocked and scared voters, and for more than two decades the Second Amendment was the scapegoat — an anachronism, “misinterpreted” by “gun nuts,” deserving of repeal. Draconian […]

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Kaizen-Improvement

改善 (Kaizen) – Improvement Lean production processes made famous by Toyota and the books describing their kaizen philosophy have become mainstream in the business world, as well as within personal growth teachings. Success gurus including Tony Robbins and Jack Canfield describe how the path of mastery includes a commitment to the CANI principle: Constant And Never-ending Improvement.  […]

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Standing On The Bridge

Law enforcement is a profession that compels you to walk several different fine lines.  As a public position you are asked to apply the law while weighing individual rights with public safety.  You must consider agency policies while responding to the reality of each moment in the field.  You are a public servant, yet have an obligation to […]

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Supine Cowardice

London has overtaken New York’s murder rate with knife attacks being so prevalent that six teenagers were recently attacked within a span of ninety minutes. Despite the restrictive laws in England increasingly deny the British citizenry any means or right of defending themselves, people there are seeing puncture wounds from simple tools, like screwdrivers. No […]

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Drunk foreigner tries to throw elderly man into a train

Everyone likes to credit Japan with being one of the safest places on earth.  For the most part, this is true. Over a thousand years of warrior hegemony, where causing offense could lead to losing one’s head to a swift stroke of a samurai sword, has disciplined the population toward extreme courtesy. The Japanese are, for […]

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