NC Educrats: If Scot Peterson Couldn’t Get the Job Done at Parkland, Why Would Teachers Do Any Better?

Do we really have to break this down? The School Security Act of 2019 proposes that teachers undergo all applicable in-service training required for law enforcement officers, as well as training established by DOJ law enforcement commissions in how to respond to an active shooter situation. Even trained and seasoned law enforcement professionals tested under […]

Hawaii Senate Urges Repeal of the Second Amendment, Introduces Red Flag Bill

By NRA-ILA This week, a resolution was introduced in the Hawaii state Senate calling on the U.S. Congress to change or repeal the Second Amendment. This resolution shows a gross disregard for individual liberties that the United States was founded upon. Senate Concurrent Resolution 42, introduced by Senators Stanley Chang (D-9) and Karl Rhoads (D-13), would […]

Federal Premium Ammunition Bringing Back Popular Barnes, Nosler and Berger Loads

After a brief hiatus, Federal Ammunition has reintroduced a bunch of centerfire rifle rounds loaded with bullets from Barnes and Nosler, plus expanded options from Sierra, Berger and more. In 1977, Federal Ammunition created its Premium line of centerfire rifle ammunition. In doing so, the company did something that was unheard of at the time. Rather than just […]

Marshall University Co-ed: Prohibiting Concealed Carry on Campus Doesn’t Restrict My Rights

Hanna Pennington, a Marshall University student (not pictured above), brings a new twist to the age-old, “I’m a gun owner, but I support gun control” shtick. Instead, she prefers to trump that with, “I have a concealed carry license, but I oppose campus carry.” Clearly, qualifying for a concealed carry permit doesn’t convey wisdom or […]