Just two weeks after the deadly shooting in Virginia Beach that left 12 people dead, the mainstream media is strangely silent. Why? Perhaps the story of Kate Nixon, one of the victims in the massacre, might have something to do with it. Kate Nixon was a fixer. As a supervisor in the public utilities department for a decade, she solved problems for the city and was…
Change is coming, if slowly, in the United States. Twenty states currently allow teachers and staff to carry guns to varying degrees on school property. Florida’s just enacted law expanding their program.
Union representatives representing the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 998 made the request Thursday that drivers and mechanics be allowed to arm themselves if they hold a concealed weapon (CCW) permit, a change to the current rules.
The Left’s socialist national agenda is a house of cards based on a foundation of lies and false presumptions. Their incessant obsession with depriving the people of the right of self-defense is no exception.
On Friday, Arizona’s governor Doug Ducey signed a law lifting the longtime ban on nunchucks, which were on the state’s list of “prohibited weapons,” along with automatic firearms, sawed-off shotguns, grenades and IEDs.
Every month, we’ve highlighted just a few of the tens of thousands of Americans who exercised their right to keep and bear arms for self-defense purposes. As with January, February, and March, April was full of underreported good guys using a gun.
A security guard credited with capturing one of the suspects in this week’s Colorado school shooting fired his weapon inside the school, reports say. A security guard, a former Marine who has not been identified, had stayed out of the public eye since Tuesday, when two suspects opened fire at the charter school.
John Phillips is the owner of one of California’s largest shooting ranges and a full-throated advocate of gun rights. But he joined his family in persuading his grandmother to relinquish her guns when she was in her 80s.