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Get out of Jail

Get out of jail By Lawrence Kane Physical self-defense (oftentimes called countervailing force) is violence applied against an aggressor to stop him or her from hurting you. In the process, you may intentionally or unintentionally injure, maim, cripple, or even

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The Big Book of Bloody Violence – Chapter 15 The “Shoot Me First” Vest and Other Hazards of Concealed Carry

Chapter 15 The “Shoot Me First” Vest and Other Hazards of Concealed Carry   “Forget about knives, bats and fists. Bring a gun. Preferably, bring at least two guns. Bring all of your friends who have guns. Bring four times the ammunition

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The Big Bloody Book of Violence – Sample Chapter 12 When the Odds Are Stacked Against You

Chapter 12 When the Odds Are Stacked Against You   “The physical context of self‐defense is completely alien to most trained people’s comprehension. Have you ever been hit, had your bell really rung? Maybe a good concussion? Start from there, but there

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The Big Bloody Book of Violence – Sample Chapter 7 What Works with Workplace Violence

Chapter 7 What Works with Workplace Violence                                                                    

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Big Bloody Book of Violence – Sample Chapter 5 Know What You’re Fighting For

Chapter 5 Know What You’re Fighting For                                        “Be a craftsman in speech that thou mayest be strong, for the strength of one

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The Big Bloody Book of Violence – Sample Chapter 3 – Zero Tolerance

Zero Tolerance  “Over the past 25 years, these policies have gained tremendous momentum while also inviting deep controversy… The theory underlying zero tolerance policies is that schools benefit in both ways when problem students are removed from the school setting. However, there is

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People Who Don’t Understand Violence are in Charge

It is official, People who don’t understand violence are in charge.       There are many parts of the discussion about crime, criminals, forms of violence, causes and reasons for its existence, etc.  But not important right now, what is important

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