National Reciprocity: 45 Weeks and Counting. Where’s Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell?

Texas Republican Senator John Cornyn introduced the Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 some 45 weeks ago. Three-hundred-and-twenty-three days have passed since the introduction of Senate Bill 446 on March 1, 2017. Nothing. You can thank Kentucky Republican and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell . . . Sen. McConnell campaigned heavily on a pro […]

New Jersey Governor Christie Pardons Meg Fellenbaum for Illegal Gun Possession

On Friday, January 12th, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie pardoned Pennsylvania concealed carry license holder Meg Fellenbaum. The move followed Ms. Fellenbaum’s arrest, conviction and sentencing after exercising her natural, civil and Constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms in the Garden State without a government permission slip. Gun rights groups . . . in […]

Buy Armed Defenders’ Insurance: Guns for Beginners

As a card-carrying good guy (or gal), life may someday feed you a giant crap sandwich.  You may have to shoot a violent criminal predator to defend yourself, your family or other innocent life.  Unfortunately, in today’s world, politically-motivated “community activists” may come for your scalp if it suits their political interests.  To make matters […]

KY: Bowling Green Eliminates Gun Ban in City Buildings

On 2 January, 2018, the City of Bowling Green, Kentucky finalized an action that repealed the city ban on the carrying of concealed weapons in city buildings.  The video of the Commissioners meeting can be seen here. Commissioner Nash (sunglasses on top of head, tie, second from left) was the lone dissenting vote. From bgdailynews.com: […]

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