SCOTUS to Hear Second Amendment Case – What Could That Mean For Gun Owners?

The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) has finally agreed to hear a Second Amendment (2A) case. The case, New York Rifle and Pistol Association vs Corlett, concerns concealed carry and will be heard in the next session which begins in October 2021. The question presented is whether the 2A allows the government to prohibit ordinary law-abiding […]

Hell Yes, We’re Going to Take Your Guns – Meet H. R. 127

Meet H.R. 127, also known as the Sabika Sheikh Firearm Licensing and Registration Act. This grotesque piece of anti-Second Amendment (2A) legislation was introduced in the House in January by Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX). This bill effectively destroys our 2A protected rights, but the real purpose of H.R. 127 is to lay the foundation […]

Am I A Nazi? Are You?

In the twisted little mind of Nathan Fletcher, people who question the monstrously poor job Gavin Newsom is doing and are following the lawful, constitutional process of seeking to have him recalled are neo-Nazis. Fletcher’s comments are sadly but one example in a string of similar comments from extreme left wing (Democrat) politicians. So why […]

The Face of Tyranny Peaks from Behind the Curtain – The First Six Anti-Second Amendment Bills of 2021

With the start of the 117th U.S. Congress, the Democrats wasted no time firing the first shots in their war on the Second Amendment (2A) and the American people. The bills currently contain no text, but the descriptions reveal the intent. The intent is to disarm law-abiding Americans by making the 2A meaningless. H.R. 30 […]

How Far Will It Go? – The Loss of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

We are now almost ten months into our two week “flatten the curve” restrictions. The effect the restrictions had or didn’t have on the spread of the virus is still being debated. The devastating economic impact the restrictions have had on millions of Americans is not up for debate. Nor is the impact of the […]

SCOTUS, the Second Amendment, and the Election – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

“May you live in interesting times”. Whether intended as a curse or a blessing I believe we are here. The following addresses three subjects that make our times interesting. Amy Coney-Barrett was recently confirmed to the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) by a vote of 52-48. Justice Coney-Barrett is arguably one of the most qualified justices to […]