Despite what some protesters and rioters maintain, justice is not indicting officers for defending themselves.
Nebraska state Sen. Megan Hunt accused an Omaha man who committed suicide Sunday of maintaining white supremacist ties because he shot a black man who had been allegedly involved in attacking his business.
Angry voices on the left continue to condemn Kyle Rittenhouse before we have all of the facts. What we already know paints a far more complicated picture.
After using a firearm in justified self-defense, even if you don’t shoot it, you may be facing significant legal troubles (and large associated financial costs).
The McCloskey case remains an important legal precedent as private property owners increasingly find themselves without police protection in the face of violence.
Rioters are not the victims we need to protect here. But St. Louis’s DA and ‘The View’ cohosts think the couple 300 agitators terrified on their own front lawn are the problem.
Just as the ‘rooftop Koreans’ protected their own property during the ’92 race riots, Americans must now defend themselves from the anarchy.
Americans must resist the push to conflate dissimilar events in order to promote the radical political aims of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Keeping gun businesses running isn’t a luxury of a free state. It is a necessity.
Sometimes, the mere existence of a live human can be the best evidence that a widely held belief is based on a lie.
Instances of defensive gun use save lives every day, but the stories get very little news coverage and the negative gun use instances are often covered by the national news media for days on end.
It’s no coincidence that most of the current and former Democrat 2020 presidential candidates advocate banning guns. Democrats have been trying to disarm black and other Americans since the Civil War.
Thirty years into the national debate over semi-automatic rifles and ammunition magazines designed for defensive purposes, the only thing that has changed is the openness with which Democrats demonstrate their determination to prohibit the private ownership of firearms.
These are the changes Republicans should make to federal gun laws, once they again hold the White House and both houses of Congress.
Should women be permitted to protect their own bodies? Or should they be forced to passively endure an attack until an authorized protector from the government can ride to their rescue?
‘I got the gun for that purpose, but I never thought I would really have to use it,’ said a women who shot at the men who tried to rob her at 2:30 a.m Tuesday morning.
Even on the most secure college campus, the police response to an active shooter is measured in minutes. But when seconds matter, it is up to students and faculty to defend their own lives.
If gun control advocates are really worried about fatality numbers, restrictive firearm policies are not the place to start.
Police and security are the ideal intermediaries, but personal safety cannot be entirely entrusted to others. It is time for good citizens to responsibly conceal a firearm.
One woman expressed concern to her husband about a coworker and wanted to take her gun to work with her. The next day, the shooter killed her and 11 others.
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