OpSec: Your Social Media Posts Can Be Used Against You

A reader who wishes to remain anonymous writes: While Truth About Guns isn’t a social media site, with its busy comment section and active readers, it almost functions as one. So it’s worth mentioning that readers should be aware (not necessarily “beware”) of the possible consequences. According to a post at US Law Shield, prosecutors […]

Shot Placement: Of Giraffes, Photos, and Anti-Hunters

It’s been all over social media this week: photos of an elderly giraffe shown post-hunt alongside hunter Tess Talley. In the pictures Talley holds her bolt-action – because it is South Africa, after all – and beams with pride over her kill. And on social media the battle wages with thousands of anti-hunters wishing death, […]

Social Media Dilemma: To Tweet or Not To Tweet?

A lot of our readers are active on social media, both in 2A groups and on your home feeds, and quite outspoken when it comes to guns, Second Amendment rights, concealed carry, legislation…even TTAG writers (and that’s a whole ‘nother Oprah, so don’t get me started). But today, I want to talk about a comment I […]

Nebraska’s New Football Coach Says No Recruits With Gun Pics On Their Social Media

The University of Nebraska’s new head football coach, Scott Frost, talks tough when it comes to evaluating potential prospects.  In order to recruit the right kind of players, he told the Omaha World-Herald that he will comb social media posts for character flaws. Among the factors that will disqualify a potential player from wearing Husker scarlet: […]