A Thursday night home invasion in Oklahoma City resulted in an armed homeowner using his firearm to protect himself and his family.
According to police reports, the family was asleep at about 3 a.m. when they heard loud banging on the door, like someone was trying to kick it down. By the time the homeowner was able to retrieve his shotgun, the man had busted through the door.
After a struggle for the gun, the homeowner fired one shot, hitting the invader. The suspect, Vernon Wyatt, was transported to the hospital for treatment of his wounds, and will be taken into police custody upon release.
ADCOR Defense Announces Sponsorship Of “Cam & Co.: On Location” Shows And “Hero of the Day”
ADCOR Defense and NRA have announced the firearms manufacturer’s new sponsorship of “Cam & Co.: On Location” shows and “Hero of the Day” segments. Airing on NRANews.com, “Cam & Co.,” sponsored by Nosler, is a daily talk show on Second Amendment issues hosted by popular personality Cam Edwards.
Throughout the year, the “Cam & Co.” news team travels to major events across the country to bring you streaming coverage live on location. This year’s featured events included the SHOT (Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade) Show, plus the Great American Outdoor Show and the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits. These on-location shows will be brought to viewers courtesy of ADCOR Defense. Be sure to watch “Cam & Co.” live on location today and tomorrow from 2 to 5 p.m. ET at the Great American Outdoor Show in Harrisburg, Pa.
The company is also sponsoring the “Cam & Co.” daily feature entitled “Hero of the Day.” This segment spotlights ordinary people with extraordinary stories.
Watch “Cam & Co.” live each weekday on NRANews.com. The program can also be seen and heard on a variety of media outlets: NRANews.com • 2-5 p.m. ET SiriusXM • 9-12 p.m. ET (Patriot Plus Ch.) & 12-3 a.m. ET (Patriot Ch.) Roku • Shows on Demand iHeartRadio • Shows on Demand iTunes • Shows on Demand
Hypocrite Clinton Rants About NRA—Again
In a rant aimed at lobbyists, hypocrite and Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton—the candidate in the race who ironically has received more money from lobbyist bundlers than any other candidate—took more potshots at the law-abiding members of the National Rifle Association.
“‘Oh my gosh, background checks! Oh my gosh, they’ll come for your guns!’” Clinton mocked NRA members. “According to them, next thing you know, black helicopters will be in your yard. They are masters at this kind of fearmongering.”
Of course, it’s Clinton herself who, at a campaign event in New Hampshire, said of the 1996 Australian gun ban and forced confiscation of hundreds of thousands of privately-owned firearms: “Certainly the Australian example is worth looking at.” Clinton has also expressed an interest in appointing President Barack Obama to the U.S. Supreme Court. Obama has also mentioned Australia and the United Kingdom (which also had an enforced gun surrender program) as modeling the correct approach.
So tell us again, Mrs. Clinton, about “fearmongering”!