Sadly, the daily stories of Americans defending their lives and countless others by exercising this right against the evil predators among us are rarely promoted, the message doesn’t fit the analogy the media portrays
Before my transformation into a gun-rights activist, I used the internet for normal people’s things. I searched for worthless info, I enjoyed a good video now and then, and occasionally posted on social media platforms. I never really thought about what my actions meant, and I thought very little about protecting my 2nd Amendment rights.
What is your political position? To answer this question, it requires you to examine your personal beliefs and assign a label to yourself. The world in which we live is full of labels.
How can we expect the United States Supreme Court to protect our Second Amendment rights us when they are not even willing to defend their own precedents?
Today I was reflecting on the U.S. Appeals court conceding that the 2nd Amendment allows for the open carrying of a gun, it felt like a victory, kind of sort of like one. Well honestly more like a re-affirmation of obviousness than a victory, but still it wasn’t a defeat. Or was it?
I have dug myself into some Facebook trenches on a number of occasions and exchanged fire with the enemy. And it went awesome! I didn’t even call someone a nazi. But seriously, did I change anything?
Everybody wants to be a patriot until it’s time to do patriot things. I first heard this quote on the internet some years ago, and though I’m not recollecting it word for word, it’s close enough.
I was thinking that yeah I am writing articles and I am promoting the right of people to keep and bear arms but what is my commitment really?
Gwendolyn Patton, First Speaker of the National Chapter, said, “The Pink Pistols are an organization with a single mission. “We teach queers to shoot, then teach the world that we have done it.
Many people say that those who are anti-gun and anti-gun rights simply can’t be reasoned with; that no discussion is possible because they reject logic and reason. Therefore the people themselves are rejected. However, would it surprise you to learn that that’s likely the exact same perception “they” have of us who firmly believe in the value and promise of the Second Amendment and firearm ownership in general?