Monthly Archives: July 2016

5 Gun Control Arguments We Are Tired Of Hearing

Gun control advocates recycle the same talking points when arguing why the federal government should curtail people’s Second Amendment rights. The anti-gun lobby deploys a range of straw-man arguments, like the Founding Fathers considered “arms” to mean single-loader muskets, and the “militia” to be the only legitimate custodnian of these arms. In more recent years, the… Read Full Post…

The fall of California

My family has been on the front lines battling the dangerous hoax called “gun control” for half a century. In that time, we’ve seen just about everything – repeatedly. The single most important thing we’ve learned over those 50 years is that gun control zealots are never satisfied. They keep coming back again and again, demanding… Read Full Post…

Survey: 76% of Police Chiefs Say Armed Citizens ‘REDUCE’ Violent Crime

While liberals call for more gun control to stop violence, three-fourths (76%) of the nation’s police chiefs and sheriffs say armed citizens actually “reduce violent criminal activity,” the 28th Annual Survey by the National Association of Chiefs of Police shows. Asked, “Can qualified, law-abiding armed citizens help law enforcement reduce violent criminal activity?” while under one… Read Full Post…

‘Breakfast & Bullets’ Teaches Women What They Need to Know

Breakfast and Bullets, WTAJ (screen grab) Breakfast & Bullets is all women by design. Except for instructors, there are no men at Outdoor City Guns and Altoona Indoor Range. It’s bonding time and learn-to-shoot time. And it’s taking off! For the folks who deny that women are embracing the shooting sports and self-defense, there’s plenty of… Read Full Post…

Kenya’s 680,000 guns in civilian hands the largest in East Africa

Kenya has the largest number of guns in civilian hands in eastern Africa amid rising gun attacks while Rwanda has the least, a global survey shows. Data from Sidney-based GunPolicy.org, a website backed by the United Nations, puts the estimated number of guns possessed by Kenyan civilians at about 680,000, comprising licit and illicit firearms. Tanzania… Read Full Post…

“Shall not be unreasonably infringed.”

If you dont read anything else today, go read this.

Yet, notice the pertinent language of the Second Amendment: “The right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” In stark contrast to the Fourth Amendment, the Second Amendment does not say gun rights “shall not be unreasonably infringed.” Reasonableness has nothing to do with the matter, nor does crisis management. How could they? The Second Amendment aims to maintain the people’s power of self-defense, including against the government. Since that is the point of the right, nothing could be more unreasonable than to allow its restriction by the government.

Chuck Schumer wants govt to have “emergency powers” over the 2nd amendment via use of the 4th amendment that allows for you to not need a warrant during an ’emergency’.

I think his legal argument here is Read Full Post…

GAMO® Outdoors Acquires Daisy®

Gamo® Outdoor SL, an affiliate of New York-based private equity investment firm BRS, along with its US subsidiary, Gamo® Outdoor USA, announced today the acquisition of Daisy Outdoor Products. Read Full Post…