Behind the Gun Counter: Gun Store Bingo

When I first applied for a job at the gun store where I used to work, I asked the manager interviewing me if customers often asked stupid questions. He looked […]

Good Riddance.

To paraphrase Richard Stallman, we’re not glad she’s dead, but we’re glad she’s gone. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) died this past Friday at the age of 90 after a 54-year-long […]

Another Step Toward Universal Registration?

Last Wednesday, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives issued a behemoth 108-page notice of proposed rulemaking regarding licensing requirements for firearm dealers. At the direction of the Biden-Harris […]

Gun Registration Puts Innocent People at Risk

Second Amendment activists have long opposed any form of registration under the premise that it opens the door for more egregious infringement on the right to keep and bear arms, […]

Journalistic Irresponsibility and Firearms

It’s been said that one never realizes just how uninformed the typical journalist is until he or she covers a topic with which the reader is familiar. Bestselling novelist Michael […]

State of the Second Amendment

Independence Day is a time for everyone in the United States to celebrate this country’s proud history and reflect on how it came to be. For Second Amendment activists, part […]