NASCAR Goes Fast, Turns Left on Guns

By Larry Keane NASCAR is waving a caution flag on guns. In fact, it looks like it’s a pit stop when it comes to firearms advertising. The sport borne of bootleggers and popularized by drivers running just on the inside edge of being out of control is now cautioning team owners that the ads on […]

House Democrats Focus on Straws…Not Real Solutions. Again. Still.

By Larry Keane As the argument surrounding gun control and the Second Amendment occupies daily space in the mainstream media, anti-gun zealots must resort to increasingly outlandish claims in order to get the attention they seek. Most recently, U.S. Rep. Cedric Richmond (D-La.) compared the current campaign to force new gun restrictions through Congress to efforts by […]

Latest Social Media Gun Industry Victim: The Well Armed Woman

By now, the arbitrary and capricious use of opaque site policies, terms and “standards” by various internet platforms to de-fund, suspend and ban firearms-related publications and businesses is old news. But sometimes the pasty-faced techno-wizards who run the dominant social media sites manage to surprise even us. The latest victim of the ban hammer is…The […]

All the Tools We Need to Deal With Dangerous Mentally Ill Individuals Are Already There

By Warren Lind On July 9th the U.S. Secret Service released a report on mass attacks. Here are the key findings, followed by my analysis: One-third of the attackers who terrorized schools, houses of worship or businesses nationwide last year had a history of serious domestic violence, two-thirds had mental health issues, and nearly all had made […]

Gun Rights Supporters Need to Step Up Their Game

Reader Cliff M. writes: The gun rights crowd is overrun with freedom freeloaders: Folks who refuse to participate in gun rights groups, communicate with their representatives in government, or even vote. We used to get away with this, but Bloomberg’s years of spending are changing this rapidly. Let’s take a look at this weekend’s Bloomberg-financed […]