Texas Church Shooting, Legally Armed Citizens, and Media Bias

Last week we saw another church shooting, this one at the West Freeway Church of Christ in the city of White Settlement, Texas. This incident was ended just six seconds after it began by an armed citizen volunteer of the church security team. Media coverage was predictable. Church shootings are an unfortunate reality in our […]

Should You Consider Concealed Carry?

While working an RSO shift at the range last week I had the opportunity to speak with two gentlemen on the subject of concealed carry. One man was very interested and had permits in numerous states but not California. His buddy felt like he had no need to carry and cited several mutual friends that […]

Progress in the Fight to End Gun Free Zones

Clear thinking Americans understand that the vast majority of gun control laws in place are completely ineffective regarding their stated purpose. That stated purpose is always to increase public safety and reduce crime. Many of these laws actually endanger the public. Most are unconstitutional in that they clearly “infringe” on our rights. Among the most […]

What’s The Biggest Danger To Our Second Amendment?

It’s election season and San Diego County Gun Owners has received our candidate questionnaire back from San Marcos City Council candidate Ed Musgrove.  In a word, it was horrible. Normally, I don’t publish information from questionnaires.  If their response includes a questionable statement or two, I look at it as an opportunity to educate the […]

2nd Amendment Rally: A Message of Unity in Support of a Common Cause

Guest Post by Sam Lichtman More than a thousand firearm owners and Second Amendment activists converged on the West Lawn of the United States Capitol on November 2nd in support of their constitutionally guaranteed right to keep and bear arms. The Capitol dome served as a dramatic backdrop for the roster of more than two […]

Two Different Walmart Gun Incidents, One Answer

Recently, within days of each other, there were shootings at two different Walmarts, and once again, the most common question is “what do we do?”  Some ask the question out of a sincere interest in improving society, while others are latching onto a tragedy to advance their existing agenda. Tragically, victims lost their lives and […]