The New York Daily News writer who wrote a laughable column claiming firing an AR-15 gave him “a temporary form of PTSD” is now offended by the laughter.
It’s a fact of life—if you want to protect your home from the elements, you’ll eventually need to replace your roof. Now one company, Castle Rock, Colo.-area Weatherproof Roofing and Exteriors, is making that process a little less painful by offering another form of home protection—a free AR-15.
Addressing “every political hack pretending you know the difference between an AR-15 and a double-barreled shotgun,” NRA Commentator Dom Raso has released a new video taking on President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and others calling for a ban on semi-auto rifles.
Oregon Reverend Jeremy Lucas used $3,000 in “discretionary” church funds to buy half the tickets in a raffle for an AR-15.
Adam Winkler claimed, “Throughout most of America, you can go into a gun store and buy an AR-15 just like you’d go into a Starbucks and buy a cup of coffee.”
A few minutes past 2 a.m., in a quiet neighborhood in Lewisville, N.C., several men burst through the door of a darkened home. Inside the residence were two men and a woman, and while some of the invaders beat one man, the others ransacked the house. However, during the commotion, one resident managed to contact a neighbor who hurried to help—bringing his AR-15.