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Living Freedom by Claire Wolfe. Musings about personal freedom and finding it within ourselves.

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Claire Wolfe

“Women and guns, women and freedom”

Monday, April 7th, 2014

My latest article on JPFO.

5 Responses to ““Women and guns, women and freedom””

  1. E. Garrett Perry aka Vrsovice Rebel Says:

    Great article, Claire! The existence of people- and arguments- such as those you link to in your article are yet one more reason that the Frascini insist that most Humans are simply crazy!

  2. Claire Says:

    Well, Rebel. Nice to hear from you. I have NO idea at all what you’re talking about. But thank you, anyhow. :-)

  3. E. Garrett Perry aka Vrsovice Rebel Says:

    My first novel, “Justice In Winter,” which was actually “beta-tested” on TMM. Went live on Amazon just a few days ago.

  4. A.G. Says:

    You know, if you still have that little auto somewhere it would probably make a nice key chain fob or pendant or something.

  5. Claire Says:

    LOL, A.G., now there’s a charming idea.

    I have no idea what happened to that gun, though. I think my little brother snagged it at some point. But a pendant would have been a good use for it.

    Always did love the saying (don’t know who originated it): Never shoot anyone with a .25. Someday they might find out you did and be really mad at you.

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