2nd Amendment

GOA to “Combat at Every Turn” the Reckless Move by DOJ to Regulate Braced Pistols

Springfield, VA – In yet another reckless, bold and illegal move by the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), the rogue agency has moved to target braced pistols and their owners. Gun Owners of America received a copy of a draft ATF document concerning pistol braces that is set to […]

2nd Amendment Big Government

Congresswoman-Elect Boebert Leads 83 Members And Member-Elects In Effort To Block Democrats Proposed Gun Grab

“I refuse to give up my Second Amendment rights. I’m a 5-foot tall, 100-pound mom with four children and will be walking to work and serving in one of the most dangerous cities in the U.S. I choose to defend my family and my life with all of the force the Constitution provides. I will not let a bunch of gun-grabbing House Democrats take away my Constitutional right to protect myself.”

2nd Amendment Schools

Arming Teachers In Lee County, Virginia

The Lee County, Virginia, school board has unanimously approved a proposal that would pay for the arming and training of school teachers in the county. The vote makes Lee the first of the Old Dominion’s 95 counties to pursue this path toward protecting its students from armed violence. The decision to arm staff members has […]

2nd Amendment

Democrats In Virginia Want To Pass A Firearms Surrender Bill

In Virginia, Democrats are working to pass what is described as an emergency bill that will bring Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPOs)  to that state. What Is A ERPO? When someone files for a protection order against someone else, which would lead to an order for law enforcement to confiscate their guns or an order for […]

Schools

Texas Schools Have Already Been Arming Their Staff Since 2007

The gun debate continues, even more now after that crazy insane man went into the Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, killing 17. Most people wanting to allow school teachers to be armed, but some are against it.  The idea is not new, though, and some Texas schools have been doing it for awhile. […]