Trends from the 2020 SHOT Show

Michael Bane TV - On the Radio

This week, Michael ponders trends from SHOT 2020 and gives a glimpse into future plans.

MichaelBane.TV – On the Radio episode # 4.
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Host: Michael Bane
Producer: Flying Dragon Ltd.

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  1. Michael,
    I was a precocious kid. My parents had an extensive library, to my great luck. From Mailer to Fitzgerald, Steinbeck to even discarded high school textbooks. Dictionary to Encylopedias, they had a lot.
    I read Earnie Pyle at the age of 8. But the one book that I read that has never left me, but has changed who I am, is a book called Medical Block Buckenwald, by Walter Pollard. It speaks of the horrific experiments carried out on prisoners in the labor camp. I was possibly 10 years old at the time. It was tough to read, but I made it through.
    It was from that book that my love for the Jewish people was kindled, and it has not changed.
    I never served in the military. I did spend some 35 plus years in a job that was vital to national defense, and had there been a draft, I might have been deferred.
    Even so, I would take up arms today, if called upon, to protect out nation, or that of the nation of Israel.
    It angers me to see our political class turn their backs on out one friend who we are sure that we can depend on, if a conflict breaks out.
    I pray that the impeachment proceedings end quickly, and that the President can continue with his agenda. The political grandstanding has gone on for too long.


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