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Racist Gun Control Laws Denied Martin Luther King Jr the Right to Defend Himself

January 19, 2015 Featured, Laws, Politics No Comments

The basis for gun control has always been racist in nature.  It started in the South to ensure that freed slaves wouldn’t be allowed to defend themselves. It has expanded over the years to encompass a larger range of goals such as controlling the populace at large and centralizing power …

Belgium’s tough gun laws didn’t keep Paris terrorists from getting their guns there

By J.E Dyer of LibertyUnyielding.com Most people probably expected, like me, to hear that the Islamist terrorists in the Paris attacks had gotten their guns in France. On Tuesday, however, French authorities announced their suspicion that the guns had come from outside the country.  The provenance of the guns appeared …

Female CCW permit holders dramatically increases

by Cathleen Vought Though the number of female CCW permit holders has been on the rise over the past several years, the last couple years have produced a sharp increase in their numbers. Statistics from a number of different states are showing that compared to the previous years’ steady rise, …

Concealed Carry Reciprocity and the Constitution

by Eric Vought There are two bills currently in Congress for national concealed carry reciprocity, S.1908 in the Senate, introduced by John Cornyn, and H.R.578 in the House, introduced by Marlin Stutzman. Both bills provide that all states must recognize concealed-carry permits issued by other states when out-of-state travelers come …

With DC Gun Ban Lifted, What Laws Will Pass?

With Washington DC’s long history of banning gun ownership or possession in the country’s capitol, what can we expect now that a federal court has overturned the DC gun ban? Once again, gun owners have been left wondering. Following the late July ruling, DC police were instructed to allow DC …

Are blacks treated differently when they open carry?

by Eric Vought We have had media attention recently to two different types of open carry demonstrations, the members of Open Carry Texas and the controversy over Chile’s, Sonic, etc., and the Huey P. Newton Gun Club’s demonstration in Houston whose black members marched as a statement of post-Ferguson community-solidarity. …

Guns at Kroger: The Next Target of Moms Demand Action

It’s happened to Target, Chipolte, Sonic, Starbucks, Chili’s and Jack in the Box. Moms Demand Action, a gun control group headed by mom of five Shannon Watts and backed by $50 million of Michael Bloomberg’s money. Time and again, they’ve gone after establishments who allow their customers to open carry …

Tennessee v. Garner and Missouri’s Use of Force Statute

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by Eric Vought A grand jury is currently convening in the matter of the Mike Brown shooting in Ferguson and whether the shooting was a justified use of force by Darren Wilson. This post will detail some of the issues of law in Missouri in determining that question and perhaps …

Alternative to the Police State Violence in Ferguson

by Eric Vought Gun-control advocates like to say that the militia, and therefore the Second Amendment, is obsolete. We have professional forces of police, Guard, and military now, and citizen participation is simply not necessary. Ferguson gives the lie to that argument. If a volunteer law enforcement chaplain, black, had …

Breaking News: This is as Scary as it gets. How In the World Did Radioactive Tritium get in the Groundwater in South Carolina?!?

  From the our Government wants us to trust them desk: From WLXT CBS Affiliate in Columbia, South Carolina: Columbia, SC (WLTX) -The Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) confirmed to the Governor’s Nuclear Advisory Council a plume of radioactive Tritium is in the groundwater. “DHEC has documented there …

Nevada’s New CCW Reciprocity Change

by Cathleen Vought I’m writing from Reno, Nevada this week, as my family has a short vacation before my husband, Eric, presents at the International Association of Emergency Managers annual conference here. He’s part of a panel on school shootings and emergency response; I’ll be putting a report out next …

More Political Games: Commentary on the Federal Government Shutdown

by Cathleen Vought I’m taking a step away from my usual gun rights post to comment on some of the obscene games being played in the federal government shutdown. As this shutdown has progressed, the executive branch has made it plain that rather than dealing with the legislative branch in …

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