It's your right and mine...but that doesn't mean I have to use that right. About five years ago, the NRA released a statement about open carry that quickly had the gun-owning community up in arms (pun intended. Sue me). A critique of people who were open-carrying their guns as part of protests in Texas, the statement read in part: "...it’s downright weird and certainly not a … [Read more...] about 4 Reasons I Don’t Open Carry
Smells Like Infringement
Ugh, Bertram, can you believe The Poors think they have a right to self-defense? Yesterday, 145 CEOs of some of America's largest corporations sent a joint letter to Congress demanding more of what the anti-gunners have always insisted they want: "commonsense gun laws [SIC]." Those of us who have been watching gun-rights news for longer than a couple of years can verify that, … [Read more...] about 145 CEOs (With Private Security) Want Gun Control (For You)
Who knew that being a domestic terrorist would come with sweet discounts? Howdy-do, my fellow domestic terrorists! Just in case you hadn't heard, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors--in their infinite wisdom--recently announced that, as far as they're concerned, the NRA is a domestic terrorist organization. (Which isn't fair at all...I personally have yet to see the NRA … [Read more...] about Honor Defense Trolls San Fran With “Clueless In Frisco” Promotion
Is this move away from ammo and gun sales politically motivated, or is it something simpler? We've recently heard that, in the wake of a mass shooting in Texas, Walmart has announced that they intend to stop selling handguns in Alaska (the only state in which they still sell them) as well as a wide range of ammunition, and additionally has changed their open-carry policy. … [Read more...] about Does Walmart Hate the Second Amendment?
Oh look, anti-gunners don't like small, local businesses either. Shocker! Gun banners have learned that most Americans don't like the idea of making it illegal to purchase firearms, which clearly gives them a bad case of indigestion. It's a tough onion to swallow for them. Rather than pop a Tums, they instead try to find new ways to release the uncomfortable pressure of … [Read more...] about Smells Like Infringement: War on Gun Stores Edition