Democrat Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney Sends Stalker To Harass Opponent’s Wife and Three Young Children

for the Congressman of NY’s 18th District, Democrat Sean Patrick Maloney, there is no low that he will not sink to, no modicum of decency that he will adhere to while he attempts to ruthlessly hold onto his position.

Senator Murphy Reveals “Slippery Slope” Strategy on ABC’s “This Week”

Senator Chris Murphy revealed what Second Amendment supporters have said was the anti-Second Amendment strategy all along. Pass incremental infringements on the Second Amendment until nothing is left that means anything.

It’s Islamic Terrorism Obama, Stop Being A [email protected] and Call It What It IS

With the recent act of Islamic Terrorism at an Orlando Gay nightclub in which over 100 people were either killed or injured by a man on the FBI watchlist, who had ties to ISIS and openly spoke praising the group, and whose actions were championed by the terrrorist group itself, Obama REFUSES to call it an act of Islamic terrorism.

Josh Waldron, CEO of SilencerCo on the Future of Silencers

At the NRA annual meeting in Louisville, Kentucky, I was able to talk to Josh Waldron, CEO of SilencerCo. Josh is more than a visionary. He is a man who acted on his vision, and is changing the gun culture and the national culture. Josh has always been independent. He had a successful career as a photographer before co-founding SilencerCo in 2008.

Guns Brought Through TSA Subject to Confiscation, $100K Fine in Georgia

Starting June 1, 2016, any guns carried through TSA checkpoints in Georgia will be subject to confiscation of the firearm, a $100,000 fine, and up to a year in prison.

Katie Couric Implosion A Healthy Sign For Things To Come

While it is not yet complete, it appears that Katie Couric’s career is over, at least as a “respectable” journalist. Couric has been a reliably “progressive” advocate for decades. In this, she simply followed the career progression that has been common in the dominant media for 50 years.

Hawaii: The Aloha State or the Fatherland when it comes to your Guns

Very disturbing legislation is being discussed in the Pacific archipelago state of Hawaii. The “birthplace” of our rabidly anti gun President is looking to go all 1932 Berlin but instead of Jews this time, it’s gun owners.

Amazon.com Financially Supports 2nd Amendment Advocacy Groups…sort of

Now usually I advocate and follow a personal boycott of all anti 2nd Amendment establishments but the ease, cost and range of items at Amazon was making it very difficult for me to do so.

But then I found out something that just amuses me greatly.

Canadian Officer Says Gun Registry an Important Symbol of Government Power

The long gun registry was never popular in Canada. It was put forward as a way to punish cultural conservatives, to show rural and western Canadians who was in charge, and it was not them.

5 Signs Pointing to A Brighter Future For Concealed Carry

An October 2015 Gallup poll found that 56 percent of respondents believe concealed carry makes the United States safer, while 41 percent disagreed. More background checks have been administered in record numbers despite recent mass shootings.

9th Circuit Court Rules In Favor of Right To Buy Guns

Alameda created a backdoor gun ban in which the residents of the county would be denied their 2nd Amendment rights because they were unable to purchase firearms.

Arizona Governor Vetoes Legislation To Stop Bloomberg Influence On Gun Laws

A few weeks ago, SB2524 passed the Arizona legislature. If it had become law, and another state agreed to the compact, it would have prevented Arizona from enacting firearm transfer requirements that are more restrictive than federal law. Yesterday, 10 May, Governor Ducey vetoed the bill.

Putting a target on firearms: Manufacturers shouldn’t be held liable for gun crimes

How does suing a gun manufacturer or retailer stop gun violence? It won’t. Gun manufacturers shouldn’t be held liable for the actions of criminals; criminals should be held accountable inst

TN: Campus Carry Becomes law Without Governors Signature

Campus Carry for employees of public institutions of higher learning has become law in Tennessee, without Governor Bill Haslam’s signature. In the State of Tennessee, a bill becomes law if the Governor does not sign or veto it in ten days.

How New York Became a Nexus of Second Amendment Infringement

New York state, but particularly New York City, has long been a nexus of infringement of Second Amendment rights. New York had more than its share of Tories during the revolutionary war, and New York is one of only six states that has no protection for the right to keep and bear arms in its state constitution.

When Comedy Meets Wrestling You Get Stone Cold Gold

While most comedians end a show with “Good night, thank you” etc. Light decided to pay a little homage to WWE legend Stone Cold Steve Austin when the MC sought to fire Matt Light.

Pro Sportsmen Bill Overwhelming Passed in US Sensate

“The Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act will help ensure that our nation’s hunting, fishing and shooting traditions are preserved, protected and promoted. This legislation addresses many priorities for American hunters, anglers and recreational shooters and its passage today by the Senate represents a significant accomplishment for the sportsmen’s community and for America.

New Study Says American Buy Guns Primarily For Self-Defense

It’s no surprise Americans are purchasing firearms for self-defense. With the recent mass shootings in San Bernardino and abroad, Americans fear for their safety and want to take matters into their own hands.