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Mike Pence’s Walk Out Was Exactly What Was Needed

Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, stand during the playing of the national anthem before an NFL football game between the Indianapolis Colts and the San Francisco 49ers, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy) Yesterday, Vice President Mike Pence made a powerful statement. He visited the

NFL Sees ANOTHER Ratings Drop on Sunday as Political Circus Continues

No one cares about NFL player’s politics, and they’re proving it. Despite the media circus around Vice-President Mike Pence’s walkout of the Colts-49ers game, the amount of people who actually watched the match were in the lower numbers. According to Deadline Hollywood, NBC saw another drop in ratings when the game began. However,

Why Calls For New Background Checks Ring Hollow

Before we even knew the magnitude of what transpired in Las Vegas, some leftist anti-gun activists were beating the “universal background” check drum. They maintain over and over again that bad people are getting guns and we need more background checks to stop it. They completely ignore evidence to the

YouTube Rolls Out Big Changes in Response to the Las Vegas Shooting

In the wake of the Las Vegas shooing, YouTube has banned all videos demonstrating how to modify firearms so that they can fire in more rapid succession. More specifically, the site has taken down all content explaining how to install “bump stocks,” the device used by the Vegas shooter when he

Why A Bump-Fire Stock Ban Won’t End Bump-Firing

Sen. Dianne Feinstein has proposed a ban on bump-fire stocks or anything that would allow someone to fire “too fast.” The NRA has even come out and said bump-fire stocks should probably be regulated. The gun community is evenly divided on just whether these stocks should be legal or not. However,

NSSF Issues Statement On Bump-Fire Stocks And Las Vegas

Now is the time when every group that deals with guns will issue their statements regarding not just guns in general, but bump-fire stocks in particular. The National Shooting Sports Foundation is no different. Earlier today, the group issued their own statement following those issued by groups like the NRA

Chicago Homeowner Does Their Part To Reduce Crime By Shooting Burglar

Politicians in Chicago don’t think their citizens should have guns. They look at the city’s homicide problem and assume that by removing the guns, they’ll remove the problem. They completely ignore the fact that criminals aren’t going through legal channels to get their guns in the first place. Instead, they’ve

Update on how progressive policies are ‘helping’ San Fran businesses

**Written by Doug Powers The city of San Francisco took a lead in leading the local economy into progressive utopia in June of this year: San Francisco’s minimum wage will increase to $14 per hour on Saturday, continuing the scheduled increases of a voter-approved measure that will lead The City to have