According to the agency’s website, the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) mission is to: Protect the nation’s transportation systems to ensure freedom of movement for people and commerce. Apparently, the TSA, an agency of the Federal Department of Homeland Security, believes that mission includes requesting that local Sheriffs reve citizens’ concealed carry licenses. TSA Pittsburg, Pennsylvania: […]
Firearm laws can be so complex and contradictory that gun owners unknowingly violate them and face harsh punishments. What if your state’s law allowed, or didn’t prohibit your landlord from evicting you from your apartment simply for possessing a firearm? Conflicting and Confusing Gun Law: Take, for instance, the New Jersey Magazine capacity law that […]
The importance of the federal Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA) was evident again in the Texas Supreme Court decision released this past Friday. Some surviving victims of the 2017 Sutherland Springs mass shooting and their families brought suit against Academy Sports and Outdoors. The plaintiffs argued that Academy Sports and Outdoors acted […]
In a June 23, 2021 address, President Biden and Attorney General Merrick Garland ivered remarks on the administration’s strategy to prevent gun crime. There is much to dissect in what the president said related to the future of gun rights. I will not examine everything the president said during the address because there is a […]
June 28, 2021 UPDATE: Reciprocity with Ohio has been reinstated after the state’s removal was found to be in error. For information on Ohio’s reciprocity with Nevada click here. July 1, 2021 UPDATE: Reciprocity with South Dakota has been reinstated after the state’s removal was reversed. For information on South Dakota’s reciprocity with […]
A guide to helping the American gun owner travel to and navigate United States National Parks while legally and safely carrying a firearm for self-defense.