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"...going to read it to my kids tonight." Glenn Beck
"Excellent book for a child. The book's arguments seem reasonable" Larry Pratt, GOA
"What a beautiful bedtime story..." Stephen Colbert
"...the left is taking potshots at the book My Parents Open Carry, ranked 3 times higher on Amazon's Bestsellers list than Sen. Warren's A Fighting Chance." ~ Breitbart News
"Jeffs and Nephew are hoping to do what I've been saying all along,...to reach the younger generation..." ~ Freedom Outpost
"Thank heavens! I...lament how closeted gun owners are, and how I seldom hear from them." ~ The Washington Post
"I love it...boy does this fill a vacuum!" ~ Alan Korwin
"Love the book." ~ Mark Walters
"Outstanding, outstanding.... Very well done...I believe long overdue." ~ American Trigger Sports Network.
"...we strongly support providing children with information that will protect them from gun violence..." ~ Parents Against Gun Violence
"And now, sitting on top of Amazon's bestseller list for Children's Government Books, is a book that explains how families that love guns together stay together... ~ Dennis Abrams, Publishing Perspectives: 8/6/14
About the Author
BRIAN G. JEFFS, is a senior geologist. Brian is the Co-founder of Michigan Open Carry, Inc., a non-profit organization that promotes the open carry of a handgun and works to protect all firearm rights. Brian is also on the Board of Directors for the Second Amendment March, a non-profit pro-gun organization that organized the first pro-2nd Amendment rally in Washington D.C. in 2010. He is co-host of the Political talk show AT ODDS.
NATHAN R. NEPHEW is a software developer and co-founder of Michigan Open Carry, Inc., a non-profit organization that promotes the open carry of a handgun and works to protect all firearm rights. He is co-host of the Political talk show AT ODDS. His knowledge and love of firearms came from his parents. His strong passion for the 2nd Amendment began after realizing that American's rights are slowly being stripped away. Nathan graduated from Kettering University with a Bachelors in Computer Engineering. He enjoys hunting, fishing, and playing the drums in several bands. My Parents Open Carry is his first book.
ARTIST LORNA BERGMAN: is a Michigan artist and has worked in various mediums. She is a hunter and enjoys shooting and deer hunting.
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BRIAN G. JEFFS, is a senior geologist. He is the Co-founder of Michigan Open Carry, Inc., a non-profit organization that promotes the open carry of a handgun. Brian is also Vice President of the Second Amendment March. He is co-host of At Odds, a political talk show. Brian is married, has a daughter, as well as a dog and a cat. He enjoys hunting, fishing and living free. My Parents Open Carry is his first book.
My son just came in from the pool, heard me laughing uproariously and said, "Are you STILL reading those comments?" I assured him that I did other things today... I bet he wouldn't have opened his mouth if I had had a pistol on my hip. Sigh.
There is a war raging in the United States. Those who are opposed argue that using it implies a lack of seriousness, a lack of education, and a flouting of social mores. Those who love it are more rabid about its appropriateness in all situations, wanting to show it off in restaurants, coffee shops, and even the library. Whether it's used at work to passive-aggressively tell a co-worker to stop eating your leftovers or it's used in the neighborhood to generate interest so the kids will come to a birthday party, those on the pro side completely ignore study after study that scientifically show that its use just isn't a good idea.
Am I talking about using a gun? No. I'm talking about using Comic Sans. This book is typeset in COMIC SANS. For the love of all that is good and pure, Mr. Jeffs, if you don't want your ideas about open carry to sound crazy, how about you write about them in a legible font that didn't go out with Windows 95?