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I hope you had a wonderful Easter!

As we did last year, we didn’t send you an Advisory on Easter Sunday so that you could enjoy an email-free day with your family and friends.

But, I thought I’d drop you a quick note today so that I could put the most recent edition of our newsletter in your hands as soon as possible.

So, here is your most recent edition of the Self-Reliance Institute Newsletter. As always, it’s in pdf format so you can save it in any one of a number of formats and/or share it with friends and family.

Also, since I was sending the newsletter today, I thought I’d quickly share a couple of items that might interest you.

In what I hope is the start of a growing trend, “Kansas will allow concealed carry of guns without a permit.”

As the article notes:

Kansas residents will be allowed to carry concealed weapons in the state without training or a permit starting in July under a bill signed into law on Thursday by Governor Sam Brownback. …

Alaska, Arizona, Vermont, Arkansas and Wyoming have similar laws and nine other states are considering them, according to the governor’s office.”

As I said, I hope this is the beginning of a growing trend.

As a Second Amendment purist, I do not believe that anyone should have to have permission from the government to carry a concealed handgun.

The other item I wanted to make quick note of, because it is an action item you can employ to increase your privacy from electronic cookies, isHow to turn off Verizon’s ‘supercookie’ tracking.”

While the information is specific to Verizon cell phones (the largest cell phone carrier in the country), you may want to dig around a bit with your own carrier to see if you can take similar action to prevent being tracked by your cell phone – at least when it comes to the use of cookies.

I followed the link and the instructions and did this to my Verizon phone this morning.

OK. Like I said, we didn’t want to send our usual communication on Sunday because it was Easter. But, we wanted to get the latest newsletter to you along with a couple of interesting nuggets that might be of use to you in your life.

As always, drop me a line with your thoughts to [email protected]

I always learn more from your emails than most any other source each week.

Be safe, secure and free!

Rob Douglas – Former Washington DC Private Detective

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