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Cat (Bobcat) and Dog (Coyote) Meet At Water Hole

At the Ranch in Arizona, I keep water trickling for a water hole. It is the only reliable water for about three miles in any direction.

Kansas Supreme Court Upholds Separation of Powers at Self Defense Hearings

The Kansas Supreme Court held that courts are independent of the state’s executive branch, when ruling on immunity from prosecution for self defense.

How the Russians Hacked the Election (video)

Ever since Donald Trump won the election I have been hearing about how the Russians hacked it. HOW exactly did the Russians “hack” our election? This video answers that question.

Situational Awareness: Clerk has gun Ready When Robber Points Pistol (video)

In this interesting video of an attempted robbery, the clerk’s situational awareness allows him to respond quickly. The clerk is suspicious of the customer coming in the door with his hand hidden.

“Modernized” Undetectable Firearms Bill Would Outlaw Glocks, Many AR Clones

The bill “Undetectable Firearms Modernization Act of 2017”, would stifle innovation and experimentation, without impacting terrorists or criminals.

Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules City has no Authority to Ban Weapons from Buses

After nearly four years in the courts, Wisconsin Carry, Inc. won a historic victory for the right to bear arms in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Carry had sued the City of Madison, because the City had refused to remove a rule that had been instituted in 2005 by the City Transit and Parking Commission.

Let the Lead Bullets Fly

Obama had to find ways to bypass congress and one of them was to initiate a ban on lead ammunition flaunting a bogus environmental study on the harms of ammunition.

Florida Supreme Court Guts Right to Open Carry

In Norman v. Florida, the central issue was whether the Florida ban on the open carry of firearms violated the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution, or the weaker provision of the Florida State Constitution.

If You Are Not Following Ted Cruz On Twitter You Are Missing Out

I follow Ted Cruz on twitter. When I started it wasn’t bad, but not Earth shatteringly memorable. Well…that ALL changed with the new year. I am going to say that Ted Cruz has been on FIRE in recent months with his Twitter feed.

Pepper Spray Illegal in Sweden

In a report on the state of crime problems plaguing Sweden, Katie Hopkins reported that pepper spray was illegal, because your rapist might be hurt.

Constitutional Carry Passes Committee in AL & SD

If these three states were able to get their Constitutional Carry bills passed a full THIRD of the country would not require ANY type of oppressive permission in order for its citizens to exercise their rights

Iowa: Just Because Gun Controllers Keep Lying Doesn’t Make It True

A recent post in the Iowa State Daily called for a complete ban of all guns. It claims that guns are not necessary in America today and the 2nd Amendment is outdated and has no relevance to modern America.

Down Under Gone Crazy; Man Sentenced 20 YEARS for Printing REPLICA Gun

If you are going to Australia, do not take any airsoft guns, do not take any replica guns. Do not take a slingshot. Replica guns that do not fire anything are treated the same as real guns.

Cuomo Moves To Force New York Gun Owners To Buy Insurance

Governor Andrew Cuomo has hate in his heart for people not like him. He has publicly stated his feelings about his bigotry towards anyone who doesn’t agree with his lock step totalitarian progressive regime.

National Reciprocity Bill in Senate: What are the Prospects??

On Saturday, 25 February, 2017, Senator John Cornyn (R) Texas announced that he will introduce the Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act in the Senate this week.

VA: Governor McAuliffe vetoes Knife Law Reform

Gun Rights has found that when legislators are educated about the history and effect of these knife bans, they can be persuaded to remove them. In Virginia this year, the process happened fairly quickly.

Welcome New Hampshire as the Newest Constitutional Carry State

New Hampshire has become the 12th State in the Union that fully recognizes the rights of it citizens to keep and bear arms while not having to ask the government for permission to do so.

Florida Legislature Battle with Courts Continues on “Stand Your Ground”

In Florida, person facing unlawful deadly force or significant bodily harm was no longer required to retreat before defending themselves in public places.