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Media: All We Want is “Good Little Victims”

Opinion Ft Collins, CO –-(Ammoland.com)- CNN’s Agenda On 7 May 2019 (Tuesday), two active murderers entered a charter school in a Denver suburb and started shooting with pistols stolen from the parents of one of them. One dead. Eight wounded. Both suspects were taken into custody, apparently uninjured. In reporting the incident, CNN reporters piously wring their hands over the fact that a twelve-year-old student, Nate Holley, with the two active murderers standing outside a closet-door behind...
Tags: Guns, Cnn, Denver, School Shootings, Jefferson, Franklin, Planet Earth, John Farnam, HOLLEY, Gun Rights News, Self Defense, Defense Training International, Farnam, Anti-Gun Media, Collins CO AmmoLand, Nate Holley


How to Beat Burn Out and Make Your Relationships Better

I’m sitting on the couch, laptop in front of me, typing so fast it sounds like a machine gun when my husband wanders into the room. He says something to me and I reply with a vague “Hmm,” which is my way of signaling, “I’m busy and being productive. Please come back later.” But he persists in his efforts to communicate with me, and I, such a kind and intentional wife, persist in mine to ignore him and carry on with my work. I know better. I’m a licensed counselor and certified life coach. I’ve r...
Tags: Work, Identity, Inspiration, Peace, Anxiety, Fear, Purpose, Hustle, Mark, HOLLEY, Encouragement, Loved


This 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupé Packs A 500hp LS7 Motor

Hot rods are fascinating machines that bring together early styling of motoring with modern day performance. The $200,000 restoration of this ‘all Henry Ford Steel car’ had the complete frame-off treatment five years ago, and looks in excellent condition. This performance is translated to the rear wheels via a Doug Nash five-speed transmission with Holley 3 deuces.
Tags: News, Ford, HOLLEY, Doug Nash, Henry Ford Steel


Sentinel Capital buys Mobile Communications America

Sentinel Capital Partners said March 4 that it acquired Mobile Communications America. Financial terms weren’t announced. Mobile Communications, of Spartanburg, South Carolina, provides communications solutions and services in North America and is one of Motorola Solutions’ largest channel partners. PRESS RELEASE Sentinel Capital Partners Acquires Mobile Communications America ADDS LEADING NORTH AMERICAN PROVIDER OF COMMUNICATIONS SOLUTIONS AND SERVICES NEW YORK, March 4, 2019 – Sentinel Capital...
Tags: Motorola, Virginia, Trends, Tech, Canada, United States, North America, Southeast, MCA, EBITDA, Spartanburg South Carolina, HOLLEY, Scott Perry, Huddle House, Motorola Solutions, PE Deals


Your House Is on Fire (and You Might Not Know It)

I almost burned down the house where I lived in college. This isn’t a figure of speech. Nor is it a clever expression of angst. This is a literal firemen-on-the-lawn fact. Throughout college I had an ongoing love affair with candles — specifically those that smelled like baked goods. One day I decided to light a candle while I worked. I couldn’t find a suitable spot in my cramped space, so I decided to set it on top of my computer. On nothing more than a flimsy rubber base. Then I went on a date...
Tags: Art, Inspiration, Creativity, Mark, HOLLEY, Encouragement, James Prescott, Nurutre


Sentinel sells CINgroup to Stretto

Sentinel Capital Partners has sold CINgroup, a provider of software and due diligence solutions to attorneys and their clients. No financial terms were disclosed. The buyer was Stretto. PRESS RELEASE NEW YORK, March 1, 2019 – Sentinel Capital Partners, a private equity firm that invests in promising companies at the lower end of the midmarket, today announced the sale of CINgroup, a provider of innovative software and due diligence solutions to attorneys and their clients. Terms of the transacti...
Tags: Trends, Tech, Canada, United States, M&a, Southeast, Company, EBITDA, Dayton Ohio, Evanston Illinois, HOLLEY, Dave Danielson, Sentinel Capital Partners, WellSpring Consumer Healthcare, Eric Bommer, UBEO


Help If You’re Feeling Pressure to Do, Be, or Have More

Eighty percent of New Year’s resolutions are broken by February. I hear this statistic on an ordinary Friday at the end of an ordinary week. Already my hopes for 2019 feel a bit tarnished. I somehow continue to believe that with the turning of another calendar page everything will be made right. I will magically meet all my goals. I will overcome all my struggles. I will believe it and achieve it. Instead, I still eat vanilla ice cream right out of the carton. I sometimes wrestle anxiety like a ...
Tags: Inspiration, Jesus, John, Christ, Faithful, Matthew, Corinthians, Peter, HOLLEY, Encouragement, Faithfulness, Obedience, Eugene Peterson


The 20 Best Avant-Garde and Experimental Albums of 2018

None Another year, another fine batch of experimental music. That will never change. This year, with four writers at the helm, we did our best to comb the sonic sea, churning up waves of earthly music, all the way up through sound subjected to the harshest processing—and everything in between. We've dredged up jazz and soul, ambient and new classical, aboriginal and pop music, deconstructed club and everything that seemed like nothing we'd heard before. Bear in mind, this is no scene or col...
Tags: Feature, Music, Australia, Berlin, Time, America, Experimental, Atlanta, Spain, Steve Reich, Sony, El Nino, Jim Crow, Elche, Andalusia, Atkinson


What You Just Can’t Do on Social Media

I stood in a park on a fall day, leaves a kaleidoscope of colors around me. I held a bouquet of burgundy flowers in front of my simple black dress, a gold ribbon wrapped around my waist. In front of me two of my dearest friends sniffled, trying to hold back a river of emotion, clutching the tissues they’d secretly wrapped around the stems of the flowers they also held. A third dear friend with hair the color of flame wore a white dress and said “I do” to a man who had won her heart. Afterwards, ...
Tags: Inspiration, Social Media, PAUL, HOLLEY


Sentinel buys Holley from Lincolnshire

Sentinel Capital Partners has acquired Holley Performance Products from Lincolnshire Management Inc. No financial terms were disclosed. Based in Bowling Green, Kentucky, Holley is a maker of branded performance products for automotive enthusiasts. PRESS RELEASE NEW YORK, Oct. 29, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Sentinel Capital Partners (“Sentinel”), a private equity firm that invests in promising companies in the lower midmarket, today announced the acquisition of Holley Performance Products (“Holley”), a ...
Tags: New York, Trends, Canada, United States, Gm, Bmw, Nascar, Lincolnshire, Santa Rosa California, EBITDA, UTV, HOLLEY, NHRA, Volkswagen Audi, Holley Performance Products, PE Deals


Pope forcibly removes Memphis bishop after investigation

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis has forcibly removed the bishop of Memphis, Tennessee, Monsignor Martin Holley, following a Vatican investigation into the diocese. The Vatican didn’t say why Holley was removed. In a brief announcement Wednesday, the Vatican said only that Francis had “relieved (Holley) from the pastoral governance” of the diocese and named […]
Tags: News, Ap, Pope Francis, Vatican, Pope, Vatican City, Francis, Memphis, Memphis Tennessee, HOLLEY, Nation & World, Martin Holley


Waffle Fries, Grace, and Our Worst Moments

Today we’re celebrating with (in)courage cofounder and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Holley Gerth as she releases a new devotional, Hope Your Heart Needs: 52 Encouraging Reminders of How God Cares for You. It’s a little book that’s big on encouragement. Enjoy the excerpt below — it will make you laugh, maybe cry, and want to find some waffle fries! _____ Crumpled tissues create a fortress in front of me, flanked by medicine bottles. I’m behind them, slumped down, surrendering to sleep a...
Tags: Marriage, Inspiration, Jesus, Wall Street Journal, Forgiveness, Grace, HOLLEY, Recommended Reads, Holley Gerth, Waffle Fries Grace


Promises from God for Life’s Hard Moments

We’re celebrating today with (in)courage co-founder Holley Gerth as she releases a brand new (and beautiful) gift book with DaySpring — Promises from God for Life’s Hard Moments: Thoughts and Prayers When You Need Them Most. It’s full of brief devotions and to-the-point prayers, both intended to help you connect with the Lord. Here’s what Holley invites us into: We live in a busy, broken world. Whether we’re simply a bit tired or in the middle of a crisis, we all need a place to come and be stil...
Tags: Books, Inspiration, Jesus, Christ, HOLLEY, Encouragement, Recommended Reads, Holley Gerth, Promises from God


There’s Grace for All of Us Today

I walk the aisles of an unfamiliar grocery store in the town where we’re vacationing. It’s strange how places have their scents — this one is sunscreen and mangoes and salt. I pass the deli and the cereal aisle, the ice cream coolers, and the rows of egg cartons. Eventually, I find the school supply section. It’s small, as if such pursuits in a beach town are to be hidden rather than encouraged. I stand in front of the spiral notebooks, clean and new. Small worlds of possibility bound with wire....
Tags: Inspiration, HOLLEY


Celebrating 50 years of Morgan’s Plus 8 with “Dolly,” the first factory prototype

Photography by Troy Ziel, John H. Sheally, Bob Dunmore, and Patrick Brinton; courtesy of Tcherek Kamstra and Morgan Cars USA. Editor’s note: We’re pleased to be able to share the story of “Dolly,” the first prototype for Morgan’s Plus 8, a model devised a half-century ago that debuted at the 1968 Earls Court Motor Show, and would first come to the U.S. around 1971. From 1974 through 1992, it would be available here in limited numbers thanks to a propane fuel conversion that was devised by Bill...
Tags: Usa, UK, England, London, Legislation, Shows, Regulation, United States, Factories, Ford, Oxford, Autos, Rover, Bill, Motorsports, Gloucestershire


14 relatively common traits of pre-owned 1960s muscle cars for sale in the 1980s

Back in 1987, my search for a stock muscle car culminated in this 1967 GTO. Its paint was faded and the wrong color, there was front fender and bumper damage, a rusted trunk, and the quarter panels and driver’s door were full of body filler, but the Pontiac was complete, running, and drivable and cost me just $2,000. (I sold those non-stock 15×7 Third-Gen Trans Am wheels almost immediately). Photos by author. Countless 1960s and early 1970s cars were falling victim to abuse, neglect, haphazard ...
Tags: Muscle cars, Gm, Autos, Chevy, Accel, Cfm, Pontiac, Jensen, Eighties, HOLLEY, Chevelle, Hemmings Muscle Machines, Used Car, Hemmings Daily, Sixties, Restorations And Preservations


Hemmings Find of the Day – 1971 Ford Ranchero

Cobra Jet 429-powered 1971 Ford Ranchero for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description: with a numbers matching engine. Freshly rebuilt. It has about 250 mils on it so far. Runs and drives nice. And, when you take it to the car show, you likely aren’t going to pull up next to another one ! 1 of 20 according to the Marti report ! A fun, investment, muscle car that you can take to Home Depot. It runs and drives nice. I’d keep it if I had a 2-car garage, but in my neighborhood, finding a...
Tags: Ford, Autos, Pebble Beach, Seventies, HOLLEY, Hemmings Muscle Machines, Hemmings Find of the Day, Driveable Dreams, Woodies, Ford Ranchero, Cars With Beds, Sedan Pickup, Dinoc woodies, Cobra Jet 429, Woodgrain, Optima Red Battery Tires


Budget 350-Horse 302 Part 2: Speed Parts for Power

Whether you followed along for Part 1 of this wallet-friendly small-block rebuild or not ( mustang-360.com/how-to/engine/1806-budget-350-horse-302-part-1-the-machine-shop ), you won’t want to miss out on Part 2. This time around it’s all about adding a healthy dose of power to a run-of-the-mill 1971 302 small-block. We’re taking what could be an average rebuild and putting a small aftermarket spin on it by tossing out the stock top end in favor of some goodies we picked up from Speedway Motors. ...
Tags: Time, EFI, Ford, Engine, HEI, HOLLEY, Edelbrock, Arp, Speedway Motors, Westech Performance Group, Mira Loma California, Edelbrock RPM Air Gap, Clevite, Flo Tek, Wiseco Pro Tru Street


This or That – Summer Series: 1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX or 1968 Shelby G.T. 500 KR?

1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX (top); 1968 Shelby G.T. 500 KR (bottom). Images by the author. Editor’s note: This or That is not a comparison report between two vehicles, but rather a feature that enables us, in an idyllic world, to add a collectible vehicle into our dream garage on a regular basis, but with a catch: We can only pick one vehicle from this pairing, and it has to be for enjoyment purposes rather than as an investment. It’s time to launch our first edition of This or That – Summer ...
Tags: Ford, Autos, Chrysler, Michigan, States, Dodge, Plymouth, Hertz, Smith, Nascar, Belvedere, Gtx, Hemi, Shelby, Chrysler Corporation, Blue Oval


Car Craft Summer Nationals 2018

Car Craft Summer Nationals, presented by Holley/MSD, returns to Bowling Green, Kentucky on July 20-21 2018 for all things automotive performance. If you’ve never seen seven-second cars going heads up, then the two nights of the famed Car Craft Midnight Drags presented by Gear Vendors Overdrives is your chance. You can also expect unlimited autocross and drag strip fun runs, drift exhibitions and the greatest collection of street machines. For event information and tickets CLICK HERE.   I...
Tags: News, HOLLEY, Bowling Green Kentucky, Josh Munson


Rat Stang! This 1970 Mustang Is Officially The World’s Coolest Parts Hauler.

You may find this Mustang tearing up a Southern dirt road. Stallion Autosport is located in the woods of South Carolina. A pair of conspirators had their priorities straight while building this ’70 Mustang fastback. They left the paint—or what’s left of it—as-is, and worried about the good bits like engine and suspension. The previous owner was mid-restoration when he sold it to Terry Howard of Reidville, South Carolina in 2010. From the moment the Mustang was purchased, his best friend and...
Tags: Featured, Virginia, Fox, Bmw, Terry, Mustang, South Carolina, Windsor, Bernie, Jonathan, HOLLEY, Carroll Shelby, Krass, TCI, Ford Racing, Edelbrock


We Dyno Test Holley’s New Low-Cost Brawler Carb vs The XP!

Can this low-buck Brawler carburetor really compete with the high-zoot, Ultra XP? Speed costs. How fast do you want to go? The saying has been around for as long as the automobile, but it still holds true today. We all want to go fast, but the funds for the fun are hard to come by. For most of us, the desire is big, but the bank account, no so much! This test is tailor made for the Car Crafty, bang-for-the-buck performance enthusiasts. What better way to show that it is possible to get more...
Tags: Ford, Engine, Windsor, WesTech, HOLLEY, Ford Racing, Edelbrock, Victor Jr, Holley Ultra, Dyno Holley, Brawler Ford


From the My Hemmings pages – The Vega 444, a project 30 years in the making

[Editor’s note: This piece comes to us from reader M. Nizer, via the “My Hemmings” pages.] My father has always been a “car guy”, like his father before him, so naturally I would follow in his footsteps. While I have nowhere near the history, knowledge, or mechanical prowess that he does, I share a love of all things cars with my dad. It’s the summer of 1988, and I’ve just finished my first year of high school. It’s a few months before my 15th birthday and we start talking first cars, an impor...
Tags: Gm, Autos, Chevy, Albany, Vega, Seventies, Crane, Hurst, My dad, HOLLEY, Hemmings Muscle Machines, Hemmings Daily, Restorations And Preservations, Beaters, Barn Finds And Junkers, Hot Rods And Customs


Racer’s restomod – John McComb’s 1967 Mustang to cross the block at Owls Head

John McComb’s 1967 Ford Mustang restomod. Photos courtesy Owls Head Transportation Museum. John McComb likes to refer to himself as the “best race driver that no one’s ever heard of,” though fans of Trans Am and sports car racing would likely disagree. A quasi-team driver for Shelby American’s Trans-Am efforts in 1967, John would also race in the series as a privateer before signing with BRE in 1970 and Group 44 in 1972 (with whom he’d earn an SCCA National Championship in 1975). It’s no surpri...
Tags: Shows, Ford Mustang, Auctions, Ford, Autos, John, Mustang, Motorsports, Continental, Riverside, Shelby, Trans Am, Breckenridge Colorado, Shelby Mustang, Koni, Ford Mustang Fastback


Woodland Hills soars to a record 115 degrees on a day of searing Southern California heat; more records likely to fall

Neveah May, 8, of Calimesa, takes a leap into Mill Creek to beat the triple digit heat on Friday, July 6, 2018, in the San Bernardino National Forest. (Photo by Stan Lim, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) Leonardo Gonzalez of Anaheim cools off in the splash pad at Pioneer Park in Anaheim, CA on Friday, July 6, 2018. Families were trying to escape the 100-plus degree temperatures that blanketed the area. (Photo by Paul Bersebach, Orange County Register/SCNG) Sound The gallery will resume in...
Tags: Weather, National Weather Service, Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, Warren, Las Vegas, Local News, Southern California, Anaheim, Riverside, Green River, Santa Ana, Fontana, Rialto, Woodland Hills


Testing Holley EFI on a Big-Inch, Big-Block Chevy Engine

Prestige Motorsports has established itself in the last few years as a major player when it comes to horsepower production. The engine builders in Concord, North Carolina, regularly ship engines all over the world, and they are constantly testing and refining new engine recipes in order to stay on top in the horsepower wars. Prestige already has several big-block Chevrolet packages for everything from 489 to 598 cubic inches and as much as 725 horsepower. But more is always better, so we stopped...
Tags: EFI, Engine, CHP, Chevrolet, Eagle, CNC, Concord North Carolina, HOLLEY, Edelbrock, Afr, Prestige Motorsports


Hemmings Find of the Day – 1929 Ford Model A hot rod

Sixties-built 1929 Ford Model A hot rod for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description: Built between 1960-1965 for street and strip racing, from a rust free, genuine Henry Ford Tudor Sedan body with NOS fenders. Engine is a 440ci raised block Chrysler V8. Dome pistons, solid lifter camshaft, adjustable roller rockers, port and polished Stage V cylinder heads, Cross Ram intake with dual 600cfm Holley carburetors, dual point distributor, home built headers and a genuine Moon fuel tank. ...
Tags: Ford, Autos, Chrysler, HOLLEY, Hemmings Classic Car, Hemmings Find of the Day, Sixties, Hot Rods And Customs, Ford Model A, Twenties, Stewart Warner, Posi Traction, Racemaster, Ford Model A Tudor, Henry Ford Tudor, Hurst Shifter


Denied a Test Drive, He Bought This 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A Anyway—40 Years Ago!

This FE5 Bright Red 1970 Challenger T/A was originally sold through Grand Spaulding Dodge in Chicago, home of Mr. Norm Kraus. Oddly, the Challenger T/A was equipped (or cursed, depending on how you look at it) with a white vinyl top. The Challenger’s original but anonymous owner was from Glenview, Illinois. In 1974, he sold it to a local, young, drag racer/poseur/wannabe. That owner ripped off the hood and installed some type of dual-quad tunnel-ram intake, headers, and stupid wheels. A young Sc...
Tags: Featured, Fbi, Chicago, Napa, Illinois, Sas, Scott, Glenview, Bob Johnson, Niles, Glenview Illinois, Zim, HOLLEY, Rallye, Edelbrock, Grand Spaulding Dodge


Iron Maiden Update: We Get 557 HP from our Junkyard 6.0L LS!

We tested four different manifolds across our upgraded iron-block 6.0L and found some interesting results. All the manifolds made great power but some made a bit more torque in the midrange where all street cars live. In the continuing saga of the Iron Maiden, we’re down to churning out some serious power. With a pair of TFS 225cc cathedral port CNC-ported heads, a slightly more aggressive camshaft, and a FAST LSXr intake manifold, we just barely missed making 560 hp. We also tested three o...
Tags: EFI, Engine, Gm, Iron Maiden, CNC, HOLLEY, Orange Peel, BTR, TFS, Arp, Holley EFI, Holley ECU, Orange Peel Chevelle, Eddie Motor Sports, Fel Pro MLS, Holley Sniper


Rare Grabber Green 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Continues to Race Today, but Its Trans-Am History Is Hazy

Ah, there’s nothing like a good mystery to get the investigative juices flowing. Craig Conley, owner of Paradise Wheels in San Marcos, California, campaigns this Grabber Green 1970 Boss 302 Mustang in Historic Trans-Am vintage racing classes as well as at Shelby American Automobile Club open-track events. To our knowledge, it is the only Grabber Green 1970 Boss 302 Trans-Am Mustang built by Ford Motor Company and Kar Kraft Inc. with the express purpose of racing in the SCCA’s Trans-Am series or ...
Tags: Featured, Minnesota, Canada, Pennsylvania, Ford, Davis, Michigan, Lincoln, John, Syracuse, Cleveland, Nascar, Folsom, Mustang, Accel, University Of Vermont