USA Today isn't exactly a close ally of either the pro-life or Second Amendment movements. So it’s not surprising that on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the newspaper published an opinion piece by Pastor Rob Schenck trying to pick a fight between the two communities.
That's not going to happen.Read More
You have to admire anyone who calls out the President of the United States to his face, criticizing his train wreck that is universally known as “ObamaCare.” Dr. Ben Carson catapulted himself into national prominence when he confronted the President on this issue at the National Prayer Breakfast in 2013.
As a result of that one act, Dr. Carson is being considered as a potential presidential candidate. His gentle, avuncular manner makes him all the more attractive. But let’s do a little vetting before we go all in.
From a review of some of his public statements, it is clear that he is developing his positions on the issues on the fly.Read More
In October of last year, a North Carolina man used a handgun to stop three armed invaders who were beating his wife and attempting to rape his granddaughter. The home defender shot all three of the thugs, killing one of them.
In July, a doctor prevented a mass shooting at a hospital in Darby, Pennsylvania, when he used his concealed firearm to stop a gunman. Police said that had it not been for the armed doctor, the perpetrator would have gone “out in the hallway and just walked down the offices until he ran out of ammunition.”Read More
WorldNetDaily (1/13/15) reported that action movie star Liam Neeson has been accused of “rank hypocrisy” for his comments blasting gun ownership in America. Neeson offered these views, despite the fact that he has made a career appearing in movies featuring ... guns.
Larry Pratt, Executive Director of Gun Owners of America, said he was “not impressed” by the comments from Neeson, who appeared in Schindler’s List.
“Too bad Neeson didn’t learn anything from Schindler’s List. Those were unarmed people who were being slaughtered (by the Nazis),” Pratt said. “You know they had to have wished there had been ‘too many (expletive) guns’ in Germany.”Read More
Practitioners of the “Religion of Peace” have struck again. This time, two of their “missionaries” went to the offices of a Charlie Hebdo, a satirical magazine in Paris, where the dirtbags killed a dozen innocent people.
We’ve seen this kind of terrorism before. One of the Muslim murderers was actually shouting “Allahu Akbar” during his butchery. But if Allah expects to be praised during the commission of cold-blooded murder, wouldn’t that make him the Dirtbag-in-Chief?
If the FBI were in charge of the investigation, they would probably conclude that the motive for the attack was unclear. Just another case of “workplace violence,” don’t you know?Read More
James Cvengros lived with the horrific memory for nearly a year — and then a few days ago in an Idaho courtroom he watched it unfold all over again…on video…for the very first time.
Cvengros, 29, had started to document the alarming behavior of his 54-year-old neighbor Twain Thomas — in case something goes wrong, he figured, visual evidence might help him out.
After all, one time Thomas reportedly kicked in Cvengros’ door over loud music. What could be next?
One day last February, Cvengros found out. Things were much worse in their Pocatello apartment building — windows breaking, other neighbors screaming — so he hit “record” and pointed his camera at his front door.Read More
Fearless, armed women are certainly making a statement so far in 2015. Case in point, when an armed Pennsylvania woman found two men breaking into a car in her driveway she quickly took action.
According to local media reports:
Ephrata police already had been alerted by a 911 caller that two men were entering cars along Misty and Creek lanes at 2:30 a.m. Monday, according to criminal complaints. But the woman took action when she saw the man trying to break into a car in her driveway at Meadow View and Overlook drives.Read More
A Tulsa convenience store clerk took on four masked men during an attempted robbery earlier this week, shooting and killing two and helping bring an end to a serial robbery ring.
The four assailants entered Ryan’s Convenience Store at around 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday, according to the Tulsa World. One of the men, 27-year-old Brian Powell, pulled out a handgun and fired a shot upon entrance and demanded money.
But the store clerk did not comply. Instead, he pulled out a semi-automatic pistol and fired it, hitting and killing Powell and 16-year-old Kevin Dobbs.Read More
In a very rare instance, the company that employed the driver is actually standing by the employee. Despite a company policy against using firearms, the driver is keeping her job and has been reassigned to work in the store while she recovers from the incident.
I applaud Papa Johns for doing the right things, hopefully it might lead to a change in their policy prohibiting firearms. The suspect is being treated in a local hospital for a gunshot wound to the face.Read More
A Houston-area man is being hailed as a hero after he stopped an armed robbery with a gun of his own.
The incident occurred Saturday at K&S Seafood when two armed men barged into the store near closing time.
“All of a sudden my wife ran back panicking,” K&S owner Koy Sam told KHOU.
According to KRIV, the assailants confronted the couple in the kitchen and put a gun to Sam’s head and demanded money, which was actually kept at the front of the restaurant.Read More