Jeff Cooper’s Rifle

Col. Jeff Cooper, the Father of the Modern Pistol Technique, admitted readily that the point of a handgun was to fight your way to a rifle. Most of us these days don’t think that way.  Most folks in his time didn’t think that way either. Please don’t mistake me; I am not talking about just […]
on December 30, 2013

True Freedom

“Through this Man is preached unto you the forgiveness of sins: and by Him all that believe are justified from all things” – Acts 13:38-39   The Apostle Paul spoke these words as “words of encouragement” to a gathering who thought their religious standards would grant them righteous salvation.  Paul was clear and concise.  There […]

Guns for gals rising in popularity

Found here on TILDEN, Wis. (WEAU) — Men often turn to jewelry and sweets when shopping for their sweetheart’s Christmas gifts. But experts say this holiday season a non-traditional kind of gift, is making a big boom. It’s not something many are used to seeing on walls at gun stores in our area, a pop of color- red, pink, purple, […]

NH Man Pulls Gun On Would-Be Carjacker

Found here NASHUA, N.H. (CBS) —- Paul Jensen was sitting in the driver’s seat of his Ford Taurus in a hospital parking lot in Nashua when police say James Paul suddenly opened up the passenger door. “As he started to get in, I didn’t have time to think about it, I just reacted, by […]
on December 23, 2013

Soldier to appeal conviction in gun rights trial

Found here on An Army soldier convicted in November of a misdemeanor count of interfering with the duties of a police officer for carrying an assault rifle while hiking with his teenage son plans to appeal the decision. The Army Times, citing the Temple Daily Telegram, reports an attorney for U.S. Army Master Sgt. […]

Faith and Freedom

It is beyond refute that our founders called upon and were inspired by the divine teachings and principles set forth in the Bible. It was George Washington himself who said: “Let us with caution indulge the supposition that morality can be maintained without religion. Reason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can […]
on December 22, 2013

NRA sues Sunnyvale over ammo magazine ban

Found on SUNNYVALE — Sunnyvale’s new gun-control ordinance stops at the city line, but the National Rifle Association hopes a federal lawsuit it filed this week challenging the law will ripple all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. The gun rights group’s highly anticipated suit comes six weeks after 67 percent of Sunnyvale […]
on December 20, 2013


Found here on by Teresa Mull Colorado is a curious place. It went blue for Obama both in the 2008 and 2012 elections, but when it comes to gun control, the Rocky Mountain state definitely does not have the president’s agenda in its sights. John Cooke has been sheriff of Weld County for 11 […]

More Good News in the Battle to Preserve Second Amendment Freedoms

Found here on by Dan Mitchell Like all advocates of freedom, I normally despair about the future. Whether we’re measuring the ever-growing burden of government or the erosion of key forms of social capital such as self-reliance and the work ethic, it seems that the world is heading in the wrong direction. But, at least for today, […]

Sheriffs Think Gun Laws Are Waste of Time

Found here on by Jonathan S. Tobin One of the leading talking points for those advocating more gun laws has been the support many such measures have gotten from law enforcement personnel.   As a rule, police officers generally prefer working in environments where the populace is unarmed. That’s understandable since, at least in […]

Gun control advocates vow to take fight into 2014 elections, spend millions

Found on Gun control advocates acknowledged Sunday that they were disappointed with efforts this year to tighten firearm laws across the country but vowed to continue their fight, including spending millions on their candidates in next year’s elections. Their comments came one year after the Sandy Hook elementary school massacre in which 20 students […]
on December 16, 2013

Find Peace In Praise

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” —Matthew 11:28   Beaten up.  Worn out.  Fed up.  Sound familiar? In the challenges of each day, we choose to chase those things that promise fulfillment, but usually fail to deliver.  The expectations to be “perfect” lead us down a […]

Review: Smith and Wesson 686

The majority (or at least what appears to be the majority) of individuals who carry a concealed carry firearm these days opt for a semiautomatic in one form or another.  There are many good choices out there, and most can be used in a majority of applications. With all of the ‘tactical’ advertisements being exhibited […]
on December 13, 2013

Congressional Study: Murder Rate Plummets as Gun Ownership Soars

Found here on by Awr Hawkins A Congressional Research Service (CRS) report shows that while gun ownership climbed from 192 million firearms in 1994 to 310 million firearms in 2009, crime fell—and fell sharply.   According to the report, the “firearm-related murder and non-negligent homicide” rate was 6.6 per 100,000 Americans in 1993. Following […]

Rhode Island recall: Gun-rights battle could backfire on town leaders

Found here on by Mark Sappenfield Four members of the Exeter, R.I., town council wanted the state to handle concealed-carry permits. Not only did they fail, but gun rights residents have now put them up for a recall election. Call it a double whammy. Four town councilmembers in Exeter, R.I., not only failed in their […]