Legal & Second Amendment

Uncover the rules governing the legal use of force in self-defense, get tips on how to practice safe and legal concealed carry, and stay up-to-date on firearms-related legislation at both the state and national levels—especially as it relates to the Second Amendment and the right to keep and bear arms.

Background Checks? What Background Checks?

Florida has more than a million people lawfully carrying firearms and thousands of new applicants every month. As a result,… Read More >

Beware Trojan Horse Legislation

As most of you know, the battle to protect our rights is a war without end. No matter how many… Read More >

Personification Is Not an Excuse

Personification is an effective literary tool used as a method for describing something. It is a technique by which human… Read More >

Framed!

I am working on a book about the intersection of the Ottoman Empire and the Balkan principalities in the 15th… Read More >

Think Before You Lash Out!

I got an email the other day. Now, that’s typically not big news. I get hundreds of emails each day. Read More >

What They (Really) Want

Are you prepared for the day that your state legislature outlaws semi-automatics? I am not optimistic. I feel like it… Read More >

Your Kids … and School

If you have kids, and you own guns, you have probably taught even your very young children the fundamentals of… Read More >

Maybe It’s Just Me

If a police officer decides to point a gun at me, I am going to follow his instructions even if… Read More >

Can You, or Should You, Make a Citizen’s Arrest?

This question is about as close as you can come to the proverbial can of worms. Since I tend to… Read More >

First the Second, Second the First

Don’t even imagine that the assault on the 2nd Amendment is finished or even pausing for a breath. Your right… Read More >

Wicked Hearts and Evil Purposes

Are you tired of hearing it, yet?  Guns are the problem. The NRA is the problem. The GOP… Read More >

Crunch Time … Shots Fired

Last week, we discussed how to call 911 after a confrontation, depending on whether or not shots were fired. Once… Read More >

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