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This book, is a snippet of my life, lessons learned and things accomplished. I wrote it to show my shortcomings, and growth. I hope you laugh from my observations and get the chance to see me, and the gun community a little more clearer.
It's all very well for a black wo[man] in a government uniform to carry a gun while carrying-water on the elite's agenda. Remove the government uniform and the gun becomes an object of horror! How did the elites manage to sell this nonsense to a community sensitive (with more than enough justification) to racism-in-any-disguise? The explanation - entirely opaque to anyone not immersed in an unfamiliar culture - is brought to light here.
I am convinced that the era of racism is well-on-it's-way to fading into oblivion in America. The era of the KKK is behind us. Nevertheless, I am not so foolish as to imagine that the seeds will forever remain dormant in the human soul. Some sort of -ism will forever be a part of human nature to be exploited by the unscrupulous. Whom will become the next target I presume not to predict. Immigrants or muslims represent candidate targets as plausible as blacks. Nor would I confine the plausible next targets to this or any other race/religion/class.
Black-Man is an object lesson in the distinction between citizen and slave. That distinction did not end with the Emancipation Proclamation nor with the Reconstruction Amendments nor any of the Civil Rights Acts to follow. Equality before the law rests on sand unless-and-until the means to an effective claim to equality is held by men and women alike in the street and in their homes.
In all the discussions and debates about non-violence I was unaware of the agreement that many civil rights leaders shared concerning self-defense. So much knowledge that I was surprised that I did not know.
Kenn Blanchard’s book is more personal but I highly recommend both books.
I've been a Black Man with a Gun podcast listener for a couple of years now and never get tired of listening to Kenn and his words, thoughts, or interviews. His singing ain't the greatest, but atleast he has the gutts to do it. If you have a gun enthusiast in the home or know one; this is a great gift to go under the Christmas tree or if they have huge feet, make it a stocking stuffer!
Now stop surfing AMAZON for a gun book and puchase this one and read it. Then refer it to someone else.
Oh yeah! Listen to the podcast "BLACK MAN WITH A GUN" and check out the web site. It's the place for where all the cool kids on the play ground (read gun range) hang out!
KENN!!!! I love yah brother! and there is nothing that you can do about it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good read, for all intensive purposes, a straight talking and apparently right thinking man.Published 6 months ago by Keith
This book was an easy read and very informative. I highly recommend it for the gun enthusiast or anyone interested in gun rights.Published 12 months ago by JoJo
I can't wait for the next one. Mr Blanchard has a way of writing that entertaines while educating. thank you.Published 14 months ago by Christopher Scott
Good read. This man speaks the truth no matter how uncomfortable.Published 15 months ago by J. Davis
I love this guy's viewpoints and manner of discussing topics! This book is well written and so very enjoyable to read. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Steven C. Funk
Kenn updated his book with even more info into his life as a gun owner, father, husband, preacher and friend. Read morePublished 16 months ago by John Childs
When I started reading, I was shocked at what I didnt know about the right to bear arms. Even more astonishing was how the myth that the gun is to blame is instilled in our... Read morePublished 16 months ago by FireRadioUser
A very good read. I'm always looking for different ways of looking at my favorite topics, and Kenn Blanchard delivers! Read morePublished 16 months ago by W McC
Well worth the read. Kenn has lead a very interesting life. I liked this book better that the 1st edition, and that is saying a lot.Published 16 months ago by Tina