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.

Move Over, “Road Rage”—Now It’s “Bathroom Brawls”

These days, it seems like it’s getting to where you just can’t go anywhere without someone picking a fight. And… Read More >

Let’s Talk About Multiculturalism

We live in a multicultural nation. With more than 300 million people, there are bound to be plenty of differences. Read More >

Katie Couric: FRAUD

Today I will let liberal fraud Katie Couric speak for herself. At the end of her comments, you will read… Read More >

The “Most Extreme Elements of the NRA”

A couple of things. First, the NRA Annual Meeting last weekend was a blast and a huge, resounding success. I… Read More >

Chasing Trouble…Again

In my original commentary piece on this topic (“The Perils of Pursuit”), I warned about the danger to… Read More >

Now I’m Angry

There are a few things that make me angry. Well, more than a few, but that’s only because I’m at… Read More >

Business Owners

I don’t know how you manage it, you business owners. Regulations, taxes, and “government minders” increase exponentially at all levels—hometown… Read More >

Katie Couric: Brainwashed? Ignorant? Liar? Stupid?

I’m going to be right upfront with you. This is tough to write. Not because it’s a heartbreaking story or… Read More >

“Gun Safety”—New Lipstick on an Old Pig

It’s been said that he who controls the terminology of a political debate is halfway around the bases before the… Read More >

Disparity of Force: Why Women Need Guns

No matter who you are or how you look at it, we all have to come to terms with the… Read More >

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Trump?

Are you afraid of the “Big Bad Trump?” Lots of people are (if you believe the mainstream press, anyway). I,… Read More >

The Professional Observer

A man named John Burnett, a Texan who graduated from that state’s school of journalism, recently completed a 6.5-minute story… Read More >

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