Browsing All posts tagged under »Gun Rights«

US Soldiers Disarmed During Defense Secretary Speech

March 14, 2012


Photo courtesy DVIDSHUB on flickr. In perhaps a subtle sign of the government’s concern for its own stability it apparently cannot trust its own soldiers with weapons. That’s the message around 200 American soldiers got when they lined up at Camp Leatherneck in Afghanistan to listen to Leon Panneta, US Secretary of Defense, deliver a speech. […]

Eight States Fight Feds Over Guns

April 13, 2010


Seven states filed briefs supporting Montana’s effort to force the federal government to stay out of the regulation of guns which are manufactured and sold within the same state. Utah, Alabama, Idaho, South Carolina, South Dakota, Wyoming and West Virginia all signed on to the lawsuit. The states argue that the U.S. Constitution gives them […]

More People Carrying Guns Than Ever, Firearm Deaths Decline

March 24, 2010


Surprise! When more people carry guns, fewer people end up getting killed by them. Funny how when law abiding citizens even the playing field lives are saved. And that’s coming from MSNBC. MSNBC also reported on an example of self-defense. Waving a chromed semiautomatic pistol, the robber pushed into the building in the bustling Five […]

Vancouver Police Ticket Man for Open Carry

March 21, 2010


Open carry, the practice of openly carrying a firearm secured in a holster, is perfectly legal in 43 states. Washington is one those states which does not prohibit this practice, but that’s a lesson that the Police Department of Vancouver apparently has not learned. A man who was seen in a Vancouver supermarket with a […]

An Honest Sign

March 14, 2010


I am not sure where this sign is located but a recent post on Boortz’s blog a very interesting method of political protest among neighbors. Click to head over to the original post. Is this a legitimate point, or going too far? Either way, I find it extremely funny.