self defense

Second Amendment

Gosar Votes to Defend the Second Amendment – Rep. Paul Gosar

Representative Paul Gosar, DDS (AZ-04) issued the following statement after voting against H.R. 7910, the Unconstitutional Gun Restrictions Act, a radical and blatantly unconstitutional gun control bill. “It didn’t take long for Joe Biden and House democrats to use the tragedies in Buffalo and Texas to push for more gun control measures.  They blatantly disparage our

Guns

NRA speakers unshaken on gun rights after school massacre

One by one, they took the stage at the National Rifle Association’s annual convention in Houston and denounced the massacre of 19 students and two teachers at an elementary school across the state. And one by one, they insisted that further restricting access to firearms was not the answer to preventing future tragedies. “The existence

Opinion

Opinion: No Evidence Constitutional Carry Means Higher Crime – Inside Sources

Now that Georgia has passed constitutional carry, exactly half the states are on board in expanding an inherent right enshrined in our Constitution. Still, myths persist about the so-called dangers of permitless carry legislation and what it means for violent crime. Constitutional carry simply means that if a person can lawfully own a gun, he (or she)

Legal Beat

Black Man Kills White Man, Part II

A black man shoots a white man in the head and claims self-defense. Part Two covers the defense witnesses, including the shooter himself, closing arguments, and verdict. In a road-rage incident on September 22, 2020 in Milwaukee, a black bicyclist named Theodore Edgecomb shot and killed an unarmed white man named Jason Cleereman. Mr. Edgecomb was

Legal Beat

Kansas teen’s death has spotlight on ‘stand your ground’ law

Kansas lawmakers were thinking of homeowners facing down burglars and people attacked on the street when they wrote a “stand your ground” law more than a decade ago allowing use of deadly force in self defense. They didn’t envision it applying to police officers, jail guards or government employees. Now even some Republicans in the

Michelle Malkin

Opinion: Still Standing With Steven Baca – Michelle Malkin

Before Kyle Rittenhouse became a household name, there was Steven Baca. You probably never knew or maybe have forgotten who Steven is. I’d like to dedicate my last column of 2021 reminding you of his plight and asking you to help me support his defense of the right to self-defense. Steven’s case matters because the

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