by John Dillon and Michael Schwartz
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd had a message for those who would rather loot than peacefully protest.
RT if you agree that now more than ever you understand the need for the second amendment. https://t.co/X18a2qfQHF— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) June 1, 2020 One surely unintended consequence of this week’s violence: When the National Guard is patrolling the streets because huge armed police forces can’t keep criminals from turning cities into war zones, … Continue reading “So much for efforts to disarm law-abiding citizens”
As a criminal pointed a gun directly at him and his girlfriend, B.J. Baldwin had to make a split-second decision. That’s when his firearms training kicked in. He fired 10 shots. All 10 shots hit the target.
There are few deterrents to home intruders quite as strong as the Second Amendment. The idea is simple: You have no idea who has a firearm next to their bed, ready to be used.
“Our prayers are with the families of the victims and the congregation of yesterday’s church attack. It was over in 6 seconds thanks to the brave parishioners who acted to protect 242 fellow worshippers. Lives were saved by these heroes, and Texas laws allowing them to carry arms!” President Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) via Twitter
My stalker just won’t go away. Ten years ago, he murdered my husband, Ben, right in front of me in the middle of a busy restaurant. But my nightmare didn’t end with my stalker’s incarceration, as I recently found out that he is writing me letters from prison. The letters show absolutely no remorse and … Continue reading “My husband was shot dead in a gun-free zone – Now his imprisoned killer sends me love letters”
A Florida man said two armed men invaded his home and were beating him when his wife, eight months pregnant, saved the day by shooting one of the intruders with a semiautomatic rifle, CNN affiliate Bay News 9 reported.
As gun-control advocates seize the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting to justify even more gun control it should be noted that the festival prohibited “weapons of any kind.”
A Virginia Beach employee is circulating a petition to abolish the city’s policy barring personnel from bringing guns into work if they are properly permitted.