Self-Reliance, Physical Fitness and Personal Responsibility

  One of the main reasons that I support the right to keep and bear arms is my firm belief in self-reliance and personal responsibility of the individual citizen. Self-Reliance can be defined as: Reliance on one’s own capabilities, judgment, or resources; independence. Self-reliance goes much further than simply owning a firearm. “One’s capabilities” as […]
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on November 15, 2013

Changes to the Second Amendment won’t halt crime

Found here on dailytitan.com by Keith Fierro After every instance of a publicized shooting, the alarm to repeal the Second Amendment or to change its meaning sounds loudly from gun control advocates.   The main fallacy here lies in the assertion that the cause of a murderous madman’s shooting spree—such as what recently happened at the […]
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Anti-Gunners Wrong; More People Buying Guns, Many of Them Women

Found here on Humanevents.com by George Lyon Month after month, NICS checks continue to rise.  FBI data shows that since 2002, NICS checks have increased every year, rising from approximately 8.5 million in that year to 19.6 million in 2012.  If current trends continue, the FBI will have performed between 20 and 21 million NICS […]
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on November 13, 2013

Review of FNS-9

I never thought I would see the day I opted to carry and employ a plastic gun. Even with Glock essentially paralleling itself with an AK-47 in regards to torture tests, I never had much of an interest in any polymer firearm. Old Slabsides was good enough for me. And anything besides .45 ACP? Forget […]
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on November 13, 2013

Mentally Ill Californians Getting Guns Despite Ban

Found here on sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com by Allen Martin Guns do not belong in the hands of mentally ill people. Mass shootings in the past few years prove that. But in California — despite strict gun control laws — tens of thousands of people with mental illness are packing heat.   Barbara Alexander can never forget the […]
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Texas company makes metal gun from 3-D printer

Found here on washingtontimes.com by Cheryl K. Chumley The whole 3-D printer debate has just been taken to an entirely new level, as a company in Texas announced Friday it has made a metal gun from the equipment, a first for the technology.     Solid Concepts, a manufacturer of specialty items, posted a claim on […]
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BREAKING: Guns & Ammo Fires Dick Metcalf for 2A Betrayal

Found here on thetruthaboutguns.com by Nick Leghorn Our friend at the Military Arms Channel broke the story, but it looks like the anti-gun diatribe penned by Guns & Ammo editor Dick Metcalf [dissected by RF here] earned him a one way trip to the unemployment line.     Editor Jim Bequette wrote a statement on the issue, and MAC […]
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‘Legitimate media’ ignores invitations to cover Minnesota gun safety event

Found here on examiner.com by David Codrea Despite contacting “about 65 individual reporters … from about 30 different media outlets …[n]ot one showed up or even printed/posted the information about” Saturday’sMinnesota Carry Day and Safety Education Expo in Elk River, the group Twin Cities Gun Owner and Carry Forum announced yesterday in a post-event recap.     “The […]
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Supreme Court on Gun Control: Waiting and Watching, for Now

Found here on Businessweek.com by Paul M. Barrett Gun control lives. On Monday the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal from a man barred from owning a firearm because of a 45-year-old misdemeanor assault conviction. As Bloomberg News’s high court guru, Greg Stohr, notes, the justices have repeatedly declined to take up gun-rights appeals […]
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VA Governor’s Race – Ken Cuccinelli (R) Interview With NRA [Video]

  Ken Cuccinelli was sworn in as Virginia’s Attorney General on January 16, 2010. As Attorney General, he has become best known for his efforts to preserve liberty and defend the US Constitution. Prior to assuming this role, he was a leading conservative member of the Virginia Senate from 2002 until 2010. His experience as […]
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What if gun control is an impediment instead of a solution?

Found here on Breitbart.com by Awr Hawkins As calls for more gun control come in the wake of the November 1 LAX shooting, it behooves us to stop and ask ourselves: what if gun control is an impediment instead of a solution?   Think about it; California has some of the strictest gun laws in […]
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Lawmakers debate gun control after Los Angeles airport shooting

Found here on nydailynews.com by Adam Edelman Some pols used Friday’s shooting, which left a TSA agent dead, as a reason to ramp up security at airports, while others said the incident is another reason to revisit gun-control legislation.   Washington didn’t waste any time reigniting the months-long debate over gun control following Friday’s tragic […]
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on November 4, 2013

He Helps Our Heart

“The Lord is my strength and my shield; My heart trusted in Him, and I am helped; Therefore my heart greatly rejoices, And with my song I will praise Him.” (Psalms 28:7) In many Psalms, the writers often transition from despair to delight, from tragedy to testimony or from heartache to hope.  The defining moment […]
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The most important article you will read: What to do after a defensive shooting

Found here on thedailycaller.com by Dan Meadows 911 Operator – “911… What’s your emergency?” Unknown caller – (Pause) – Silence on the phone… 911 Operator – “Hello, can you hear me?”… “This is 911, what’s your emergency?” Unknown caller – Deep and labored breathing heard on the phone… 911 Operator – “Hello, do you need police, fire or ambulance?” “Hello!” Unknown […]
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on November 1, 2013

Democrats try to revive gun control push on Capitol Hill

Found here at Redalertpolitics.com by Kelsey Ostermen As the national spotlight shines on Obamacare and its failed implementation, a small group of Democrats gathered on Capitol Hill on Wednesday in an attempt to revive the push for additional gun control.   In a briefing hosted by Mayors Against Illegal Guns, Sens. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Chris […]
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on November 1, 2013