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All Self Sustained – by Paul Dutton, Survival Life  Every parent asks themselves this question. If you’re lucky enough to be brought up with firearms around, this probably isn’t a big deal for you. However, within the last five years, more Americans are first-time gun owners with little to no experience. This can be a challenging issue for a […] Continue reading →

Kansas lawmakers OK bill to void local gun rules

 Kansas legislators gave final approval Saturday to a bill that would nullify city and county gun restrictions and ensure that it’s legal across the state to openly carry firearms, a measure the National Rifle Association sees as a model for stripping local officials of their gun-regulating power. The House approved the legislation, 102-19, a day […] Continue reading →

Another Pro-Gun VICTORY: Idaho Passes New Legislation

Idaho has been exerting its sovereignty lately and deciding what is best for their state.  They recently passed a law nullifying all future federal gun control measures, and have sought to nullify all EPA regulations within their state. Now, they have passed a law allowing concealed firearms on college campuses by law-abiding citizens.  A witness […] Continue reading →

Anti-Gun Crusade Continues by Executive Order

Feinstein Asks Obama to Ban Imports of Semi-Automatic Firearms  When California Senator Dianne Feinstein’s anti-gun legislation went down in flames last year, those working in the firearms industry knew she’d eventually be back with another proposal cracking down on semi-automatic rifles, or what she calls “assault weapons.” Feinstein is calling on fellow Senators to sign […] Continue reading →

Legislation Introduced in Kentucky to Nullify Obama’s Gun Control

The Legislature of Kentucky is looking to nullify all types of federal gun confiscation attempts. They join states like Alaska, Arizona, Idaho and Missouri, among others, that are telling the federal government that they will not cooperate with their gun control laws. Numerous states are fighting back against the overreaching Federal government, reasserting their state’s […] Continue reading →