“Thinking about” getting a handgun to carry for self defense, with the requisite concealed carry license won’t keep you or your family from getting killed when the shooting starts. Plenty of gun stores in Arkansas; Fort Smith in particular where I live. Today, when I was working, a guy at the gun bar stopped me […] Read more »
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Being a parrot seldom results in lasting influence however far our social reach may extend. In other words, repeating the same thing over and over again without adding anything significantly different than the other millions that said it, generally means it falls on disinterested ears. Such is the endless invocation of the “Second Amendment”. Continually […] Read more »
Here is my commitment to my fellow gun owners across America: I will present firearms ownership with steady and clear reasoning for self defense. I will not hoard at the expense of all other gun owner in times of political threats to our rights. I will vote and be politically active in using whatever voice […] Read more »
A British soldier hacked to pieces by a crowded street, his body thrown in the street by Muslims. The attackers had time to kill the soldier and about 20 minutes to stand by the street and rant Muslim garbage. They had time to get people to video them standing there with their tools of murder. […] Read more »
It’s too bad that liberals have taken to exhibiting political glee when somebody is shot, disabled, killed by a psychotic gunman. The Sandy Hook elementary school shooting has been a tragedy for America, but something that liberals saw as an advantage. Don’t think so? Liberal politicians and other voices shot guns at American freedoms using […] Read more »
It’s time to talk frankly about something that’s not mentioned much in the gun control discussion in 2013. Moral Authority. All the sudden gun control debate is front and center because of the massive outpouring of emotion from the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School back in December 2012. This is not about the right, […] Read more »