- Kyle Fricken Ledford on Meet the Anti-Gun, Liberal, Moron, Publisher that recently passed along every Concealed Carry Gun Owner and their Address, from her New York County, in her Newspaper, for ALL to see. That’s what Liberals do……. soooooo Let’s Return the Favor!
- William Wolf on Louisiana Senator Elbert Guillory
- Kernneth W. LaGrandeur on A Very Good Description by George Will!
- Carl Kelso on
- Carl Kelso on Shotgun Preteen vs. Illegal Alien Home Invaders
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Who Is The Higher Power. Christ or the District of Columbia? We pledge allegiance to “One Nation Under God.” Fly the Christian Flag at the top of your staff. Who Is The Higher Power. The 50 Sovereign States or the … Continue reading
by Thomas J. DiLorenzo Imagine that America had a Chief Justice of the United States who actually believed in enforcing the Constitution and, accordingly, issued an opinion that the war in Iraq was unconstitutional because Congress did not fulfill its … Continue reading
For the second time in as many weeks, a national Right-to-Carry reciprocity bill has been introduced in the U.S. Senate. On March 20, U.S. Senator John Thune (R-S.D.) introduced Senate Bill 2213, the “Respecting States’ Rights and Concealed Carry Reciprocity … 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