An Individual Right Equal to All Others

Currently, I am reading The Second Amendment Primer by Les Adams. Chapter by chapter I will seek to highlight critical points and add some analysis for practical application in the defense of the right to bear arms. Thus far it has been a magnificent book, and in the Foreword and Introduction alone some truly profound […]
on February 27, 2014

Gun Free Zones – Naïve, Negligent, and Irresponsible

Few would argue that children are not our world’s greatest blessing and treasure. Yet many, out of fear and ignorance, naively rely upon an unenforceable mandate, “Gun Free Zones”, for their children’s safety while attending school.  These same people rely on law enforcement, with average response times of over 9 minutes, for their own protection […]

Gun Entrepreneur Dick Cabela Is A Hero

Found here on by Katie Kieffer Entrepreneur Richard Cabela—the late founder of sporting goods empire Cabela’s—did more than create jobs. He protected our natural, God-given right to bear arms. Cabela passed away last Monday in his home state of Nebraska at the young age of 77. His story is empowering to entrepreneurs, gun owners […]

Supreme Court asked to decide on three gun cases

Found here on by David Sherfinski The Supreme Court on Friday will consider whether to wade into a growing legal brawl over the scope of the Second Amendment and how far the Constitution goes in protecting Americans’ self-defense rights outside of their homes, with the justices deciding whether to take up three pending gun cases. Six […]

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 path […]

Fantasy And Reality: Securing Our Schools In Modern America

I can think of few things more sacred to Americans than defending our children and our individual liberty. It is no wonder that the debate surrounding what is the best solution for providing our children with safe schools is passionate from both sides of the aisle. Chris Hayes, host on MSNBC, recently ran a story […]
on February 21, 2014

The Body Follows the Head, An Observation on Mindset

Some of you may recognize the saying, ‘The body follows the head’. Generally intended to teach people new to physical confrontation how to prioritize their efforts in gaining a dominant position, I believe I’ll be stealing it for a few minutes to illustrate another extremely valid point. You may recall an article I wrote back […]
on February 19, 2014


Found on by Awr Hawkins What started as a slow trickle when American Tactical Imports (ATI) and PTR moved from the northeast to South Carolina, has now become an all out surge with Magpul Industries leaving Colorado, Beretta leaving Maryland for Tennessee, and Remington acquiring a 500,000 square ft. facility in Alabama. As Breitbart News […]

Bloomberg’s latest stats on school gun violence ignore reality

Found here on by John Lott Are schools and colleges dangerous places, with lots of gun violence? Some groups paint a picture of these places being particularly unsafe. Supposedly both murders and firearm suicides are very common at educational institutions. Last Wednesday, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s two groups, Moms Demand Gun Sense […]

NRA-Backed Case A Benchmark Win in 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Found here on Peruta, et. al v.San Diego County Protects Right to Bear Arms in Public Places for Self-Defense Fairfax, VA – The United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit today ruled in favor of the right of law-abiding citizens in California to carry a firearm outside the home for self-defense. California law allows […]

Bragging Rights

“In God we have boasted continually, and we will give thanks to Your name forever. Selah”  – Psalm 44:8 It’s easy for me to brag about my wife, my daughters and their husbands . . . and, of course . . . our grandkids.  I’m proud of who they are and what they do.  For […]

Federal Court Just Dealt a Major Blow to Anti-Gun Advocates in California

Found here on A federal appeals court struck down key parts of California’s permit system for handguns on Thursday, ruling that the state must allow law-abiding citizens to carry concealed firearms in public. In a 2-1 decision, the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ruled that by requiring citizens to prove […]
on February 14, 2014

Mental Health & The Right to Keep and Bear Arms

Found here on by Gary Marbut Missoula, MT –-( This Thursday the Montana Legislature’s Law and Justice Interim Committee will hold a hearing to consider whether or not Montana should do more to capture mental health records and feed those into federal electronic systems, such as the NICS created by the Brady Law. Here […]

Dan Haar: Untold Thousands Flout Gun Registration Law

Found here on by Dan Haar Everyone knew there would be some gun owners flouting the law that legislators hurriedly passed last April, requiring residents to register all military-style rifles with state police by Dec. 31. But few thought the figures would be this bad. By the end of 2013, state police had received 47,916 applications […]