Palmetto State Armory sells an AR-15 lower etched with a salute to the “Let’s Go, Brandon!” meme designed to mock President Joe Biden. The news triggers NBC reporter Ken Dilanian to report the accessory and it’s marketer to the Secret Service.
An objective observer would think the Democrat presidential candidates are committing electoral suicide after their performances in recent debates. On guns, climate, immigration, health care and more, they’ve staked out extreme Progressive positions which will dog their eventual nominee in the general election contest. Will even one candidate get off the Left-wing crazy train before it goes completely off the rails?
The Washington Post says Democrat presidential candidates have deep policy divisions, but do policies even matter in a battle with incumbent Republican President Donald Trump, the post-policy president?
A Colorado teen gets suspended from school and investigated for posting a pic of his gun on social media, and expressing his joy about a trip to the range with Mom. Is there anyway to escape from the media’s gun panic? Do we have two Americas — one where impressive firearms are admired, and the other where every trigger triggers hysteria?
As another socialist experiment draws to a close in bloody violence, Venezuelan collapse seems to have no impact on the American Socialists who strive to take over the Democratic party, and then the country. When will they learn the lesson that socialists schemes inevitably end in starvation, chaos and military force against the commoners politicians pretend to love?
AR-15 semi-automatic rifles, facial recognition systems, RFID tracking chips and other high-tech gear form the first line of defense against mass shootings in Texas City, Texas, schools. The district hired a former Secret Service agent to run security after the Santa Fe school shooting, and local voters approved a $6.5 million bond issue to pay for it. But how much is too much when it comes to school security?
The Trump administration issues a new regulation banning bump stocks, like the one used by the Las Vegas shooter, but the response from the NRA, and other vocal 2nd Amendment advocates, seems muted at best. Bill Whittle Now grapples with the difference between personal views, and Constitutional ones. To join the citizen producers who make […]
In Part 5 of the What We Believe series, Bill examines to role of gun ownership as a bulwark against the power of the Big State, and deals with some of the logical problems of the gun control movement.