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Professor Hopes to Repeal “Outdated” 2nd Amendment

Michael Schaus,  Mary Margaret Penrose, a full time professor of Law with Texas A&M University, has called for the full repeal of the Second Amendment. Utilizing her unquestioned exercise of the First Amendment, the Texas Professor insisted the Constitution was outdated, and needed some substantial re-writing.  Penrose was speaking in Connecticut (at a gun-control symposium) […] Read More →

Holder Backs Interstate Gun Sale Ban

Courthouse News  FORT WORTH (CN) – The federal ban on sale of handguns outside of a person’s state of residence does not violate the Second Amendment, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said in a legal brief. Federally licensed firearms dealer Frederic Russell Mance Jr. of Texas, and gun buyers Tracey and Andrew Hanson of Washington, […] Read More →

Obama’s Mental Health Screening in Schools Will ‘Disarm’ Gun Rights: “Databases to Follow Academic Career and Beyond”

SHTF Plan – by Mac Slavo  Under the auspices of helping struggling school children to grapple with complex emotions and mental health issues, students will be screened not for their own benefit, but to further the aims of total gun control. The Obama executive orders written in the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting introduced a […] Read More →

Come and Take It: Family and firearms

The National Rifle Association,  NRA News Commentator and former Navy SEAL Dom Raso talks about the importance of securing yourself, your family, and your assets. Voters Give Republicans a Mandate to Stop Gun Control:    While media pundits and defeated Democrat campaigns voice different interpretations of the Republicans’ midterm landslide, no one should overlook one […] Read More →

Will Guns Help Settle The 2014 Midterms?

 The fight over gun control isn’t finished. Last month’s school shooting in Washington appears to have solidified support for a ballot initiative in the state calling for stricter background checks on gun buyers. It’s also an issue in the Colorado gubernatorial race, where a mass shooting in a theater led to stricter gun-control legislation. In Georgia, a Democratic […] Read More →

TSA grabs dozens of guns in October at U.S. airports

 Dozens of guns were confiscated in October from the carry-on bags of pistol-packing passengers trying to board planes at major U.S. airports. Last month the Transportation Security Administration screeners found 181 firearms in carry-on bags at airport screening points around the country. A total of 157 were loaded and nearly a third of those had […] Read More →

An Apple Design Wizard Crafts a Shotgun for Beretta

 Last month Apple proudly announced it had hired Australian-born aesthetic guru Marc Newson to join the tech company’s legendary stable of designers. He’s about to come out with a decidedly low-tech masterpiece: a high-end engraved shotgun to be produced by the Italian firearm manufacturer Beretta. It would be difficult to find two companies at more […] Read More →

Thug Instantly Realized That Robbing This Army Vet Was The Worst Mistake Of His Life

 When Dondi DeCosta approached a couple in Philadelphia recently, he likely thought the sight of his 13-inch knife would sufficiently intimidate them. To his detriment, however, one of the 37-year-old’s would-be victims was Army veteran and firearms instructor William Lawler. Packing a 9mm handgun, Lawler initially intended to drive DeCosta away merely by brandishing the […] Read More →

Feminist games critic cancels talk after terror threat

Anita Sarkeesian has cancelled a talk at Utah State University over threats of ‘the deadliest school shooting’ in US history. The feminist pop culture critic Anita Sarkeesian has been forced to cancel a talk at Utah State University, after a threat of a “Montreal Massacre-style attack”. Sarkeesian, who is best known for her YouTube series […] Read More →

UN Gun Grab Enters New And Dangerous Phase

Bob Barr,  Those wild and crazy bureaucrats on the banks of the East River are at it again. The United Nations – a bureaucracy so bloated and byzantine that it makes the United States Senate appear efficient by comparison – is poised to begin tossing legal monkey wrenches into international firearms transactions; and indirectly affecting […] Read More →