It’s time for Pizza Hut to get a clue

Via Dave Hardy: Another Pizza Hut employee has been suspended after defending himself with a legally owned, legally carried, firearm. There have been numerous stories of delivery drivers being robbed, and some killed. Pizza Hut puts it’s employees in danger by nature of the job, but … Continue reading

Well, He DOES have the lone vote between the democrats

American Hunters and Shooters Association appears to be supporting Obama, apparently on the strength of HIS ONE PRO GUN VOTE (the federal Katrina bill), which apparently nullifies a lifetime of infringing on our rights. If the laundry list of gun ban proposals they support (50BMG … Continue reading

Lost or stolen firearms: a backdoor to registration.

The lost or stolen firearms bills and “gun show loophole” laws are not only an unnecessary imposition on gun owners, making it harder for people to be a law abiding gun owner. They are also a backdoor, and/or a steppingstone to gun … Continue reading

Dave Hardy on gun politics trends

Dave Hardy has an interesting story regarding the gun control/gun rights trends over the last few decades. I think he minimizes a few of the recent bad things, but also doesn’t directly touch on the good over the last few years: Katrina … Continue reading

The Bloomberg Collection

Kim du Toit already weighed in on this one, but I felt compelled to chime in, being about fellow Wisconsin resident Steve Lauer and Lauer Custom Weaponry. Steve was interviewed on NRANews, and said that Bloomberg’s ban was the greatest advertising … Continue reading

Sebastian v. Rebecca Peters

Sebastian from Pro-Gun Progressive recently was involved in a debate on Al Jazeera opposite IANSA queen Rebecca Peters.  Check out  his take on the debate herePart 1 of the debate hereand part 2 here Standard tired old arguments that more guns equal more crime, America has the highest crime rate, blah blah … Continue reading

Gura on machine guns

Michael Bane had a post regarding the discussion of machine guns in the D.C. v. Heller oral arguments, including quoting a post from Alan Gura. I have to admit that I cringed listening to the exchanges regarding machine guns, as … Continue reading