Texas Trucking Company Wants Compensation for DEA “Botched Sting”

“The DEA is running neck-and-neck with the ATF for the title of most dangerous federal law-enforcement agency; in my view, both should be dissolved and their responsibilities handed over to some more responsible party, such as a group of drunken rodeo clowns or ADD-addled teen-agers.” That’s National Review blogger Kevin D. Williamson’s reaction to one […]

Vincent Hancock Takes Men’s Skeet Gold

Successfully defending his Olympic title – not to mention making it a clean sweep for the US – Vincent Hancock won the gold medal in the skeet competition today. He dusted 148 out of 150 birds, set a new Olympic record and beat Denmark’s Anders Golding by two targets. At 23, Hancock was the youngest […]

Putting Chicago Tax Payers’ Money to Good Use

by John Boch, president of Guns Save Life Darnall’s GunWorks and Ranges hosted their 18th annual National Rifle Association Youth Shooting Camp July 26-29th west of Bloomington, IL. One hundred thirty young people ages 8-16 showed up to enjoy a long weekend learning basic firearm safety and the safe and responsible use of firearms under […]

GOA: Beware the Walking Dead Arms Trade Treaty

The latest email blast from Gun Owners of America: The pro-gun community breathed a collective sigh of relief after United Nations negotiators failed to produce a treaty regulating global arms trade on Friday. “There is no consensus and the meeting is over,” said a spokesman for the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs, which sponsored […]

Irresponsible Gun Owner of the Day: John Pardus

It’s one thing to accidentally shoot yourself. Much to our chagrin, we see that all too often. But just as Todd Canady demonstrated, there’s always a way to make a bad situation worse. Take John Pardus (above left), for instance. Ol’ John put a .22 round through his hand last Friday morning. And, as usually […]

Quote of the Day: But…But…But… Edition

“Guns aren’t even the most lethal mass murder weapon. According to data compiled by Grant Duwe of the Minnesota Department of Corrections, guns killed an average of 4.92 victims per mass murder in the United States during the 20th century, just edging out knives, blunt objects, and bare hands, which killed 4.52 people per incident. […]

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