GPP BlackHillsAmmoAd1160x130


Awesomely Purple

Monday, May 25, 2015 — It’s that feeling that makes a difference. It begins with idle conversation. Usually with a like-minded political ally. Then, by chance or a dare, you go to a gun range, nervous and jittery, afraid to look foolish amongst “the enemy.” But you can’t back out now. It’s too late. So you step up to the plate. Someone gives you a loaded gun. “God,” you say, “I wish I was someplace else.” Feeling dumb and silly, you’re stuck with your mission and you must fulfill it. Just one shot, at least, then you can leave. Pop! It goes off. Wow! Not as bad as you thought. Try another. Pop! Pop! “Hey, wait a minute,” you say to the instructor, “I’m not through.”

Just goes to prove, there’s nothing wrong with being liberal. Well… But it’s true, there are lots of Democrat gun owners. They’re just too afraid their fellow travelers will find them out. But once they try it, once they taste the bittersweet smell of gunpowder, the jitters, the fear, the angst disappears, and a small part of life that had been missing begins.

She can stay a liberal. Even a Dem. But she won’t be fearful any longer. Fearless, maybe. Probably. Especially when the subject of gun control comes up among her social Congregationalists. She might even become defensive. But to preach gun control? Not a chance. Life has been given a new color.
25May15 MemDayEagleGraphic830x315

 “Our Country Is In Mourning, For a Soldier Died Today”
Just a Common Soldier (VIDEO)

The 2015 Spring Premium Gun Giveaway
Enter NOW to Win!

22May15WinAllThis&UZI 840x579

 THE 2015 GUNPROPLUS PREMIUM GUN GIVEAWAY BONUS PRIZE was finally revealed as an IWI UZI PRO TACTICAL PISTOL. That makes three guns topping the UNPRECEDENTED GUN BUNDLE to be given away to some lucky winner whose name will be randomly selected by computer at MIDNIGHT JUNE 30. With the addition of the UZI PRO, registrations have already broken the record set in last year's giveaway promotion.

GunProPlus readers who have submitted comments when using the website to enter the Giveaway can access comments by clicking on the giveaway ad and scrolling to the bottom of the Terms and Conditions. If you registered on Facebook, go to our Facebook page, locate the giveaway ad and click on comments.

»More Top Stories

25May15 SuicidalGuyFImg

BAPTIST NEWS.COM May 25, 2015 – Guns are not the most common method by which people attempt suicide, but they are the most lethal. About 85 percent of suicide attempts with a firearm end…

Read Full Story

Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY)

HOT AIR.COM May 24, 2015 – And yet that same discussion has arisen once again now that Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) has resurrected the prospect of “closing loopholes” at gun shows. The bill would…

Read Full Story

25May15 CCLicensePistolFImg

WASHINGTON TIMES May 24, 2015 – LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) – Faculty and students have expressed concern about the potential impact on the classroom of an upcoming law that will allow people to carry concealed…

Read Full Story

A man openly carrying a 9mm handgun in a Colorado eatery. CREDIT DRUNK DRIVER / CC

TEXAS PUBLIC RADIO May 23, 2015 – AUSTIN — Texas took a major step toward allowing the licensed open carry of handguns, with Senate approval coming late Friday night after a fierce debate over restricting police powers to…

Read Full Story

Greg Abbott, governor of Texas. Photo: Chris Kelponis/Bloomberg

BLOOMBERG BUSINESS May 23, 2015 – Texas lawmakers are poised to send a bill to the governor’s desk that would let residents carry handguns openly, a measure that would make the state the most…

Read Full Story

25May15 GuyAimsPistolFImg

DFW.CBSLOCAL.COM  May 23, 2015 – AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — The Texas Legislature Saturday approved Senate Bill 273, which would forbid state or local government agencies from posting “no guns” signage. If passed, official entities would be fined if they post…

Read Full Story

25May15 RedTableRevolversFImg

FOX NEWS May 22, 2015- Heroic citizens stopping someone from killing a large number of people don’t seem to be considered news worthy. Don’t people want to read about a brave soul risking his life…

Read Full Story

25May15 1stCarjackVidPicFImg

WSB-TV- ATLANTA — May 21, 2015 — An Atlanta man held a would-be carjacker at gunpoint until police arrived and arrested the suspect, according to police. Hashim Fannin, the car owner, says the attempted carjacking occurred…

Read Full Story

Post Archives

»Custom Content

A Picture of $name

Steve Comus

A Picture of $name

Jim Matthews

A Picture of $name

Bob Rogers

A Picture of $name

Shelby Murdoc

A Picture of $name

Alan Korwin

A Picture of $name

Rick Sapp

The Assault on Ammunition Continues

SHELBY MURDOC, May 18, 2015 — Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-N.J.) has introduced the Stop Online Ammunition Sales Act of 2015. This bill would require those purchasing ammunition online to travel to an authorized location to physically show their photo ID before the order could be filled. The bill also would require ammo sellers to report all sales of more than one thousand rounds in a five-day period to the U.S. Attorney General unless the buyer is a licensed dealer.

“Our bill to limit the online sale of ammunition is a long-overdue common sense reform,” says bill co-sponsor Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. (D-N.J.) “Far too many times, we have seen the shocking images of gun violence that could have been prevented.”  [full story]

Chicago Appellate Court Ruling

JIM MATTHEWS, May 18, 2015 — Apparently, using the reasoning provided by the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals this week, it would be just a small, simple step to disarm and incarcerate a legal gun owner because it “may increase the public’s sense of safety.”

The three-judge panel decided on Monday that the Highland Park (Chicago-area suburb) ban on certain semi-automatic rifles and large-capacity magazines was legal because it made everyone in the city feel warm and fuzzy.

Well, the decision didn’t use those exact words, but it may as well have.  [full story]

The Approximate Value of Nuttiness

RICK SAPP, May 11, 2015 — A few years ago, a friend – okay, a girlfriend, but, surprisingly, not a blonde; a university professor, in fact, not a person incapable of logical reasoning, or so you might imagine – argued that the point of self-defense was … well, self-defense. To make a threat disappear, go away.

First, she believed that police should never shoot for center-of-mass (she called it shoot-to-kill), but should instead shoot a person’s legs or knees. She did not believe in killing, not even people who do bad things.

Her second point was that making a threat go away meant only that, in most cases, you simply had to show a gun and the bad guy – usually, she insisted, just some neighborhood kid – would flee. There was just no reason, she said, to hurt a child who “had their whole life in front of them.” [full story]


Our Mobile App

and get our latest news and featured videos instantly

Download Now