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Kenn Blanchard Show


Everybody fails, the best of us get back up.

The Black Man With A Gun Show ended after 14 years and 690 episodes but this journey continues.

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Rev. Kenn Blanchard is a USMC veteran, former federal police officer, CIA analyst, and Christian pastor, known internationally as the Black Man With a Gun.  A firearms instructor and gun rights activist for 30 years. A world traveled, lover of the Creator, and life.  He has published several books.  He is a student of guitar, lifelong motorcycle enthusiast and voice actor that has been podcasting since 2007. 

“If you’ve never heard of, listened to, or read Kenn Blanchard’s work, you owe it to yourself to do so. Kenn is a Reverend, a Vet, a man who’s worn a few hats, and knows a thing or two about guns and life. He’s interesting, insightful, entertaining, and sometimes challenging too in both making you think or disagreeing but he’s wise. Give him a listen.” -name redacted



Jun 12, 2008

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History of the Black Codes Continued Frank tells us about the NRA Annual Convention The Minister of Defense returns with his thoughts on Fathers Day and being Men Intro music by Tyrone Shuz & his Funky Bluz Band http://www.funkyguitar.com/ No winners from last weeks contest question NEW! Check out the NEW Pro Gun Podcast FORUM Gun Rights Radio I am all the way at the bottom of the page. Sign in, and start communicating with Urban Shooter listeners from all over. www.gunrightsradio.com/forum2 Show being sponsored by members of the new Urban Shooter Association. Here are a few refs Bob:
  • Collection of all the Laws of Virginia, form the First Session of the Legislature, in the Year 1619, p. 95 (W.W. Henning ed. 1863.) [GMU CR LJ, p. 67]
  • The Second Amendment: Toward an Afro-Americanist Reconsideration," Robert Cottrol and Raymond Diamond 1991, p. 331
  • Herbert Aptheker, Nat Turner's Slave Rebellion, p. 74-75 (1966) Georgetown Law Review, P. 338
  • Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, NOrthwestern University, Vol. 85, No. 3, Gun Control and Economic Discrimination: The Melting Point Case in Point, T. Markus Funk, 1995, p. 797
and more to come. kb
This show is dedicated to my son.