Speaking at Iowa’s Freedom Summit on January 24, former Hewlett Packard CEO and possible Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina explained differences between herself and the Democrat’s favorite female candidate, Hillary Clinton. One of those differences is that Fiorina understands that
NAVY Seal sniper Chris Kyle's widow Taya Kyle was left speechless after receiving a check for the proceeds from a raffle of a replica of Kyle's sniper rifle on Friday.
On January 23, the Tampa Bay Times reacted to campus carry legislation being considered in Florida by suggesting, having guns on campus for self-defense is "imprudent" and will not make campuses safer.
On January 22, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America founder Shannon Watts seized upon the tragic news of a toddler shooting his 9-month-old brother to argue that toddlers shooting children is the "new normal."
On January 20, rapper Doughbeezy, whose real name is Tai Carr, stumbled upon a home invasion at a friend's Houston, Texas, residence and shot and killed one of the attackers.
On January 16, Weatherby Inc. released an ad for a short film which shows Taya Kyle stalk then shoot an antelope in honor of her late husband, Chris Kyle. The ad was released the same day that Clint Eastwood’s film
In a preamble to January 22’s Forty-First annual March for Life in Washington DC, pro-life leader and National Clergy Council president Reverend Rob Schenck stressed that supporting gun control is part of being pro-life. According to USA Today, Schenck said:
On January 15, Breitbart News reported that Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (R) bucked the NRA and stood with Gabby Giffords against pro-gun bill SB 789.
On January 16, The Washington Post (WaPo) reported that guns may serve a defensive purpose—that defensive gun uses may be slightly higher than 3 million each year—but we will not know until the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) begin their research into guns as a public health issue.
During a state of the industry presentation at the 2015 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, National Shooting Sports Foundation president Steven Sanetti said background checks for retail gun sales “are up 104 percent since 1994,” yet “violent crimes are at their lowest
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