Canceling an individual in the court of public opinion without due process seems to be the new trend. [Read more…] about Cancel Culture Roasts Russell Brand
Last week, New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) signed an emergency order banning both open and concealed firearms in Albuquerque and surrounding Bernalillo County. The ban is allegedly part of a public health emergency declaration over gun violence and drug abuse. [Read more…] about Gun Ban in New Mexico
Researchers at the University of Colorado recently published findings that no anti-gun advocate will be happy to hear. States with the strictest gun laws do not experience fewer mass shootings than those with more lenient legislation. This, of course, is contrary to what the left would have you believe. [Read more…] about Study Concludes Stricter Gun Laws Don’t Affect Mass Shootings
Most people would be highly aware of the fact that drinking and driving don’t mix. It’s just not something that should ever be done. The same can certainly be said for the handling and shooting of firearms while under the influence. If you consider the potential for injury, keeping your head clear at all times is the only way to go. [Read more…] about Impaired Shooting
Milwaukee, Wisconsin – 8 Candidates; 1 notable no-show, and the beginning of a marathon campaign to see who is crowned the 47th President of the United States of America.
In case you missed the first GOP debate last week, read on for a non-partisan, objective take on the night’s winners and losers. [Read more…] about First Republican Debate: Vivek Dominates
At some point, every generation faces a tragic event that leaves generational scars. JFK’s Assassination; Columbine; and 9/11; all were uniquely awful in their own way. It’s actually remarkable to think about the resilience of the human being when surrounded by such darkness.
Usher in the events of 2020, which at present seem like a hazy memory. We all know what happened; there’s probably no point in dragging up the past.
Origin stories, whether they be film-related or something with real-world application, are invaluable. By tracking where something originated, one becomes informed about all things pertaining to it. Political systems, serial killers, firearms; know their etymology and you leapfrog to how they ended up the way they currently are. Usher in the gun. [Read more…] about From Gunpowder to UCAV Drones; How We Got Here
It’s a sad truth that many Westerners willfully look away from; we are currently in the Chinese Century. While the United States is imploding, the Land of the Dragon is flourishing. Their military, economic, and influential strength, all pose a serious threat to the Western world. [Read more…] about China: The Real Enemy
As the summer heats up, your firearms can take a beating if you don’t pay attention to how you shoot, maintain and store them. [Read more…] about Beat the Heat
Assume for a moment you wake up tomorrow to find the following: the power grid went down. Water, the internet, your appliances; all are non-operational. What sort of contingency do you have to make it through the day? A week? Or even a month?
Doomsday Preppers have long been trumpeting a life-changing event that will throw society into the stone age. Whether it’s due to an EMP or hackers attempting to topple the financial sector, the notion of our power grid collapsing has been around for some time. [Read more…] about Emergency Prep Kit and Why You Need One
No matter what you learn from a book, a hands-on, real-world exercise proves more fruitful. Whether it’s how to bake the perfect pie or how to start a fire, putting theoretical assumptions to the test in the physical world is the ultimate barometer of their use.
One such example is the Second Amendment. Most on the left side of the aisle push for more gun control and fewer gun owner rights. There are exceptions to the rule, but these are anomalies.
With stunning videos surfacing on numerous social media platforms, France is on the cusp of civil war. It begs the question, what caused this sudden violence?
In short, the fatal police shooting of a teenager during a traffic stop in a Parisian suburb.
The slain seventeen-year-old victim has yet to be identified with only his first name released as ‘Nahel M’. Based on available information, the teen was a racial minority and his identity may have played a role in why he was gunned down by police. [Read more…] about Paris When It Sizzles
There are obviously a lot of situations where shooting from a static position is preferred, but this can be limiting if you require something a little more dynamic. Learning to effectively shoot while on the move is essential for some, and a good skill to have in threatening situations. [Read more…] about Shooting on the Move
Late last winter, I embarked on a trip to meet a woman who turned out to be the love of my life. While there, I noticed Ukraine flags on random porches throughout her neighborhood.
Worth mentioning, Iris lives in a predominantly liberal suburb of a Midwestern metropolis. The kind of place where university degrees are common, Subarus are parked in driveways, and pro-choice lawn signs stand erect for the world to see. Virtue signalling at its finest, if you ask me.
At the time, the drumbeats of war by the legacy media were feverishly beating. The likes of CNN and FoxNews warned of a pending Russian invasion based on US Military intelligence. [Read more…] about An Alleged Coup Within Russia and its After-Effects
Whether it’s fishing at the lake or shooting hoops at the local YMCA, certain truths exist in every activity. It is one of the beauties of being a reflective organism. The more we do something, the better we tend to be at it.
Think of any activity you indulged in for the first time. It can be anything. Now, track your evolution along the way. Did you get better? I’m willing to bet green money that if you approached things seriously, you definitely did. [Read more…] about Gun Safety 101
Washington, D.C. – With the Presidential Election some 500 days away, President Joe Biden and his Vice announced a new initiative centered on gun control. This is the same Commander in Chief who more than halfway through his term has failed repeatedly to enact stricter gun laws in America.
Why has the Big Guy failed? Primarily, because no sitting President has the right or ability to discard The Second Amendment. [Read more…] about Sleepy Joe, Canadian WildFires, and PRIDE.
With advancements in technology, we’re seeing crazy stuff being caught on camera more than ever before. One unexpected loser due to the video revolution; the anti-gun lobby. [Read more…] about The Anti-Gun Movement’s Kryptonite = Video
It’s no surprise that shooting at longer distances is an art that requires both precision and patience. Whether you’re a competitive shooter or an avid hunter, mastering this skill requires a deep understanding of the fundamentals of shooting, including proper technique, equipment, and the environment. [Read more…] about Long Distance Shooting – Technique Tips
Earlier this week, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis officially announced he’s running for President in 2024. The news itself isn’t shocking. Political pundits have long been saying that the Republican nomination will likely come down to DeSantis and former President Donald Trump.
Nonetheless, his announcement makes things official and certainly paves the way for must-watch television moving forward. [Read more…] about Gov. Ron DeSantis Takes Aim at the White House
Las Vegas, NV – You’ve decided it’s time to make the plunge and purchase a gun. First of all, bravo. It takes a certain type of person to acknowledge the tumultuous state of the world post-pandemic. Individuals are on edge. The propensity for physical confrontation is at an all-time high; even a simple outing to the grocery store is a crapshoot.
Assuming your commitment to owning a firearm is based on self-defense, here are some things to consider. [Read more…] about First-Time Buying a Gun?