(AP Photo/Lynne Sladky) HB 193, a bill that would expand New Mexico’s current red flag law, passed its first committee hurdle on Saturday with a party-line vote. While it won’t surprise anyone to see anti-gun Democrats to pushing to expand red flag confiscations, the way they’re doing it in thisRead More →

(AP Photo/Gerald Herbert) By Terry Spencer, Associated Press The child pornography suspect who gunned down two South Florida FBI agents this week somehow knew exactly when they were approaching his apartment. Authorities are investigating whether he may have used his doorbell’s security camera to time his ambush, firing a high-poweredRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Bigstock Welcome to 2021. For those of you out there who have not made a resolution to pack heat every day for personal defense, here’s a fact to consider. Police make arrests in just 11% of major crimes nationwide. Here’s another factoid.  Only 2% of majorRead More →

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Bodycam image of ATF Agent Burk. Source: Columbus Police Department Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Agent James Burk of the ATF is suing the city of Columbus, Ohio and two police officers for using excessive force against him. He claims he was tased, handcuffed, and detained while performing a “routine” confiscationRead More →

Former Bloomberg lackey Alex Yablon has taken to the pages of The New Republic to review a new book by racialist University of Arizona sociologist Jennifer Carlson titled Policing the Second Amendment. The book’s (and Yablon’s) conclusion seems to be that decades of “collusion” between the National Rifle Association andRead More →

A check-cashing business burns during protests in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/John Minchillo) After George Floyd was killed and large sections of Minneapolis burned, the City of Lakes led the way in defunding its police department. But the prospect of less law enforcement seemed scary to some. When a CNN talking headRead More →

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (AP Photo/Steve Helber) By Larry Keane A new Virginia proposal is closer to receiving the governor’s signature and announcing loudly and clearly: assaulting a law enforcement officer is now more acceptable to legislators in the Commonwealth. The bill, which downgrades the penalty for assaulting a police officerRead More →