Until recently, New Mexico and Louisiana had honored each other’s concealed carry permits. That has now changed. Now residents of New Mexico will no longer be allowed to carry concealed in the state of Louisiana, and vice versa. As of a few days ago the NM and LA state government sites show the updated lists […]
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I now have every intention of suing McDonald’s, Burger King, and my spoon manufacturer for marketing me into obesity. How dare their marketing professionals make their food lo so appealing and icious that I might want to actually eat it. Seriously, I’m getting McDonald’s for lunch today, and their commercials with near-perfect loing food is […]
The Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2019, or H.R.8, passed in the House of Representatives on Wednesday, marking the most significant proposed gun control measure in the last 20 years, according to supporters. An additional measure, H.R.1112 or, the “Enhanced Background Checks Act of 2019,” was also passed the next day. This one would allow the […]
A common argument that gun owners make is that arbitrary gun laws turn otherwise law-abiding citizens into criminals. Is it true? Shaneen Allen Incident: 27-year-old Shaneen Allen, a phlebotomist living in Pennsylvania puts her two young children in the family car and drives to New Jersey. She makes an unsafe lane change while there, and is […]
Let me just lead off by saying that THE LAST thing I want to do is turn the horror of what happened in Las Vegas into a political stance, rant, or otherwise. However, the news is the news and it must be reported on.
A lot of people have said that in a situation where you are defending your home from an intruder, and shoot them outside your front door, you were to drag the body back into your home until the authorities arrived. Is that truly the case?