Stephen Willeford’s heroic actions last Sunday saved many lives at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
President Trump’s nominee to lead the military health system said Tuesday he thinks it is “insane” for civilians to be able to purchase semi-automatic rifles like the one a gunman used to kill 26 people at a Texas church.
Here we go again. The United States has been rattled to the core by an unspeakable act of evil perpetrated by a hater of humanity.
The American political left and mainstream media pundits at large do not understand guns.
As the nation continues to reel from the nation’s worst mass shooting in modern history, politicians and other opportunists find the massacre too inviting not to exploit.
The National Rifle Association has drawn fire in recent months for a series of videos criticizing prominent liberal forces and the mainstream media, with some warning that the group is resorting to language that could incite violence.
A bunch of Wisconsin atheists are angling to stop the state of New Hampshire from holding hunter safety classes inside church buildings.
Before the facts were even known about Wednesday morning’s 7 AM shooting in Alexandria, Virginia, gun control advocates were already calling for more stringent laws.
Within the whirlwind of the news cycle the anti-Second Amendment refrain has already begun.
Gov. Nathan Deal signed legislation Thursday allowing people with permits to carry concealed handguns on Georgia’s public college campuses, despite the objections of state university leaders and his own veto of a campus-carry measure last year.