The Armed Citizen® February 6, 2012
It was 4 a.m. when Donna Hopper awoke to a stranger attempting to enter her home. When she refused to open the door, the man announced, “I’m coming in!” Hopper wasn’t sure what to do.
The Road to the Rose Garden 'Rounds Nashville
Those interested in the Second Amendment and presidential politics have good reason to visit Nashville later this week when the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits kick off at the Music City Center.
March Of The Elephants
Eleven Republican presidential hopefuls addressed those gathered at the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum last Friday at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Nashville.
Do Texas Hunters Deserve A (Tax) Break?
Yesterday the Texas Senate approved a sales tax holiday for firearms, ammunition and other hunting gear purchases, set for the weekend before the opening of the fall hunting season.
Louisiana Measure Targets Gun Safety
A measure that just passed the Louisiana State House by a 93-to-3 vote would provide for firearm safety training for elementary students in the state.
The Road To The White House
Attendees at this year’s NRA Annual Meetings might have heard from the next president.
Common Sense Prevails In Louisiana
Louisiana House Bill 446 has soared through the state legislature.
A Little Good News In Nevada And Mississippi
Twenty-three states now have CCW reciprocity in Nevada, thanks to the action of Gov. Brian Sandoval.
Deacons For Defense And Justice
While many anti-gunners want to make the debate over the Second Amendment a racial one, a look back at our nation's history can be an eye opener on that issue.
U.S. Navy Will Arm Personnel At Reserve Centers
The Navy becomes the first branch of the military to arm servicemen not on military installations.