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Ares Armor is a veteran owned small business located in California that sells firearms components and other tactical products – and they need your help. Ares Armor is under attack from the anti-gun fascists on the City Council at their National City, CA location.
Smart guns have hit the shelves in California, and as many have pointed out, they are in fact anything but “smart.”
Update 11:15 PM EST This post generated more discussion (and more hate) than I thought it would, and one of the guys in the video below contacted me on Facebook to share his side of the story. He assured me that he and his friend do this all the time and that there was no […]
Reuters is reporting that Secretary of State John Kerry plans to sign the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty tomorrow, September 25, 2013.
This is disgusting. The Daily Paul is reporting that Guyer High School in Denton, TX is using an AP history book that has rewritten the Second Amendment. The book, titled United States History: Preparing for the Advanced Placement Examination contains an obviously incorrect version of the Second Amendment – see photo below.
Before I get beyond the first sentence, I need to say that it is not my goal to make someone butt hurt, but if the shoe I am about to describe would fit, then lace it up and wear it. If you are offended by this article odds are that it is directed at you.
The liberty fight that we are in is bigger than just the Second Amendment. Way bigger.
Since the tragedy in Newtown, CT, the topic of “assault weapons” has been hotly debated – anti-gun folks have been framing their arguments around feelings and “need”, and many of us on the pro-gun side of the equation have been framing our arguments around logic, statistics and liberty. The two sides will of course never […]
This is too good to not share. Connecticut, the state where the Newtown tragedy occurred, is currently trying to decide how many rights it can get away with taking from its citizens – similar to what we’ve seen in several other states including New York and Colorado. For example, just yesterday, “universal” background check legislation passed […]