News & Current Events

Stay abreast of firearms-related news and events across the country and around the world with impassioned commentary from some of the industry’s most noted voices, including Armed American Radio Host Mark Walters.

Friends in High Places

It’s great having someone at your six, someone who has your back. This great organization will do that and possibly… Read More >

WARNING: Disturbing!

I’m making New Year’s Resolutions. To be honest, they usually last only a few weeks. Lose weight. Get more exercise. Read More >

Twice Murdered

You might think that a person can only be murdered once. You might think that we are flesh and blood… Read More >

Watch Out … a Girl!

Important men are dropping like flies today from charges of misconduct. As I write this, Matt Lauer (closet lefty) and… Read More >

Words to the Wise

In most areas of life, “reviewing the basics” from time to time is just common sense. It is an especially… Read More >

Holiday Craziness

Last Thanksgiving weekend in Florida, we received a stark reminder that insanity never takes a vacation; this time it was… Read More >

Will Gun Sales Surge Again?

Did you buy a gun on Black Friday? If so, you were not alone. The FBI reported 203,086 requests for… Read More >

Prying Eyes, Prying Hands

I used to enjoy Kevin Spacey’s movie and television roles: LA Confidential, The Usual Suspects, Midnight in the Garden of… Read More >

Missing the Effing Point!

A friend of mine, Ken Stern, worked as VP and then CEO of National Public Radio from 1999-2008. He was… Read More >

Lessons from the Texas Church Shooting

By the time you read this, there will be much more information available on last Sunday’s mass shooting in the… Read More >

Beware Your Friends

Remember the old saying to “keep your friends close and your enemies closer?” I understand what that means … about… Read More >

California Condition Orange

I’m not planning to visit California soon. No one there will lose sleep over that announcement, I suppose, but California… Read More >

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