The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that it is unlawful for PA police to detain and search someone based solely on the premise they may be carrying a concealed weapon. Today, the PA Supreme Court released a 53-page majority opinion written by Justice David Wecht on the case brought before them to address whether the mere knowledge […]
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Who is Brett Kavanaugh? What are his stances, specifically on the important subject of gun rights? Well let’s take a lo to see what our fellow gun rs might like about this new nominee and if there is anything that might be considered a red flag to the second amendment.
Ten years ago, in the landmark case District of Columbia v. Heller, the US Supreme Court decided that: “The Second Amendment protects an individual right to possess a firearm unconnected with service in a militia, and to use that arm for traditionally lawful purposes, such as self-defense.” The 5-4 decision came down to one man, […]
Today Riley and Matthew bring to you your weekly dose of gun-related news and analysis. Today’s episode is a tough one as there are SO MANY things we could talk about, but not enough time! We will be covering the March For Our Lives and the fact that the other side of the debate is […]
Riley and Jacob get a little heated talking about the recent shooting in a NYC Hospital. They also cover an interesting YouTube story, different stories about guns and schools and add their two cents to some stupid statements recently made by the Police Chief in Milwaukee. A justified story about a neighbor who voluntarily comes […]
In today’s news: We now have a “new” Supreme Court with Neil Gorsuch being sworn in as a Supreme Court justice. He hears his first cases, and all signs are pointing towards him being who he said he is–a judge that takes the reading of the law quite literally…just what pro-2A folk need to hear! […]