The Dangers of Vehicles

Beth Alcazar — August 28, 2018

A few weeks ago, my just-turned-16-year-old daughter was at the wheel driving my son and me to his elementary school… Read More

Signs of the Times

Rick Sapp — July 13, 2018

I’m sick and tired of the idea that liberals seem to think they can force others to embrace diversity, inclusiveness,… Read More

To the Woman in the Grocery Store

Kevin Michalowski — July 13, 2018

While standing in line at the grocery store, I hear you on the phone. Based on what I hear from… Read More

Full Pockets: Advice for Pocket Carriers

Kevin Creighton — May 23, 2018

Over the last few years, the number and style of guns suitable for pocket carry have blossomed. At one time,… Read More

Your Research Is Just as Important as Mine

Kevin Michalowski — April 20, 2018

I recently replied to a comment on a social media site, and that got me to thinking. While I try… Read More

Outnumbered: Addressing Group Assaults

C.R. Williams — October 25, 2017

Consider if you will the multiple-opponent gunfight, and I’m using the term “gunfight” even if you’re the only one with… Read More