2020 is turning out to be a strange year, for sure. I’m really not even sure what to think at this point any. We’ve got a pandemic around the globe that has wreaked havoc on every aspect of human life, the economy has tanked big time, and now there is talk about de-funding (with some […]
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Today, Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster revisit a topic from WAY back in episode 3 of the Concealed Carry Podcast–we talk about how to handle yourself as a concealed carrier during traffic stops.
Before I go any further I want to be clear that I support law enforcement and the job they have to perform. The large majority of officers serve proudly and with honor. And I’m not trying to pass judgment on any of the cops that were involved in the incidents I’m about to retell, but […]
Yesterday I to the day off. We had a scheduled trip to the “local” aquarium that was about 2 hours away in the Great Smy Mountains, TN. If you ever find yourself in that area, check out the Ripley’s Aquarium. It’s worth the price and one of the best on the east coast. Anyway, on […]
Two students opened fire Tuesday afternoon at STEM School in Highlands Ranch, a suburb of Denver, killing one and wounding 8 others. According to Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock, two students entered the school through the middle school entrance and opened fire in two different class rooms. Nui Giasolli, who d a British Literature class […]
Today, Riley interviews Tim Gramins, an Illinois law enforcement officer who was involved in a harrowing fight for his life from a gang member that was intent on killing. Officer Gramins ultimately prevailed, but only after shooting the suspect than a dozen times including at least 6 rounds that were fatal wounds, and yet […]