Going viral yesterday was a video of presidential hopeful Joe Biden touring an auto manufacturing plant in Detroit. His walking around isn’t what made the video viral — it was his heated exchange of words with a worker who had confronted him about his stance on the Second Amendment. The worker was a man with […]
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CNN recently had presidential hopeful Francis O’Rourke on one of their shows, and in a roundabout sort of way, the host admitted that gun control doesn’t work as O’Rourke clearly stumbled on his words and has no plans for making anything happen. “You expect mass shooters to follow the law?” She asked. To which Beto […]
Today, Jacob & Matthew discuss 5 common pieces of gun control legislation and the simple but truthful reasons we shouldn’t support them. In addition to the proposal specifics, they also insights behind the approach to having these discussions with others!
*Editor’s Note* What follows is political in nature. There are some facts reported on here, as well as some opinion. Use this information as you will. You likely have heard the term ‘vote with your wallet’ several times, especially in our current politically polarized environment. People routinely call to boycott companies because they disagree with the political […]
Today Riley and Matthew interview Adam Kraut, attorney-at-law and host of “The Legal Brief” on The Gun Collective. Adam works on legal cases surrounding firearm and Second Amendment law. Right now his firm is leading the charge on suing the Federal government on the recent bumpstock ban ATF ruling. Adam is also running for the NRA Board of Directors for […]
Today Riley and Matthew interview Duane Liptak of Magpul and a current member of the Board of Directors at the National Rifle Association. Recently, Duane published a well-written response to those critical of the NRA and makes the case for why the NRA is still our best chance for standing against gun grabbers and Constitution-violating […]