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by Asa Hutchinson, Director of the NRA Education And Training Emergency Response Program Former Congressman, DEA Administrator and Dept. of Homeland Security official. One of the first responsibilities I learned at Homeland Security was the importance of protecting our nation’s critical … Continue reading
This article written by Greg Ellifritz is must reading for any parent who has a child in High School. Greg Ellifritz is a 16-year veteran police officer, spending the last 12 years as the fulltime tactical training officer for his … Continue reading
It’s been the year of the gun in Tennessee. In a flurry of legislative action, handgun owners won the right to take their weapons onto sports fields and playgrounds and, at least briefly, into bars. A change in leadership at … Continue reading
Wall Street has showered nearly $11 million on the Senate since the beginning of the year, and more than 15 percent of it has gone to a single senator: Democrat Chuck Schumer of New York. Schumer’s $1.65 million take from … Continue reading
On June 11, 23 state attorney generals signed and sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder advising him that they are opposed to renewal of the 1994 Clinton administration’s ban on semiautomatic firearms, erroneously dubbed “assault weapons” by proponents of … Continue reading