Report Stephen Koff asks a question that—to him—has a self-evident answer. What if Tamir Rice’s toy gun had been painted bright pink or a chartreuse shade of green? To Koff and dim-witted lawmakers from Ohio […]
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While “progressive” parts of the Republic continue to push for more abusive citizen control laws, my home state of North Carolina is attempting to right past wrongs. One of their efforts includes repealing Durham’s Jim […]
What the heck is holding up this bill? St. Petersburg Republican Sen. Jeff Brandes on Tuesday for the second time delayed a vote on his bill (296), now seemingly stalled in the Senate Military and […]
I have to confess that I’ve been a fan of Toby Keith’s music since I heard “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” came out my senior year in college, and “You Ain’t Much Fun” the following year. […]
Andrew Touhy is one of the more cerebral gun writers and trainers out there, and when he decides to put an idea to pixels, it is almost always worth reading. Yesterday, he posted “An Open […]
Considering Massachusetts’s record as an anti-gun state, I don’t think they’ve earned the benefit of the doubt here. The Gun Owners Action League (GOAL), which represents 16,000 members in Massachusetts and is the official state […]
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A new law in Knoxville, Tennessee passed a law that allows gun owners to leave their guns in their cars in public and private parking lots.
For the first time in 40 years, a Republican has won the Connecticut State Legislature’s 53rd House District in a special election to fill the vacated seat. Samuel Belsito is replacing Democrat Bryan Hurlburt, who […]