We have empowered and emboldened the least worthy of our society because they fear no recourse. Accountability for assholes is essentially non-existent. Justice is no longer served by simple, daily peer review. Left unchecked, these types of people will fully leverage their bad faith at every single opportunity, and they do…merely because, consciously or not, they realize that nobody is going to stand in their way; everyone is too scared of being judged harshly.
You owe yourself and your society to speak up when you are slighted, when your family is slighted, frankly, yes, when your honor is slighted. Say something to that line-cutter, for example. To excuse or mistake or sell silence as the “higher ground” is an absolute cop out… all in the name of not being judged harshly, even by those that shouldn’t or don’t matter.
Fighting, we’re told, is immature, it’s untoward, there’s no place for it in modern society.
Right, except for the fact that some people, by nature, need to fear the repercussions of their actions, need to be reminded that the answer is sometimes, “because if you keep doing that, you’re going to have your ass handed to you.” When we stopped holding people accountable in such a way, we basically issued them a license to be an outright boor. And we are now reaping what has been sown.
The budget-friendly line of American-made Leupold VX-Freedom riflescopes found a welcome audience last year, but 2020 sees even more interesting additions to the family, with our hands-down favorite being the illuminated-reticle FireDot line.
It should come as no surprise the Ruger name is synonymous with value, and its’ AR-556 looks to fit this mold as an entry-level AR-15 with a reasonable MSRP. So how does the no-frills Ruger AR-556 perform when put to the test? Read on to find out.