At least 20 mayors of American cities apparently understand that the world can be a dangerous enough place to require armed security—for them. Yet, these same mayors have worked to defund the police in their own cities.
Whether it is trying to make a scene look authentic or simply ensuring the star is comfortable carrying a gun, the “technical advisor” role is especially critical in the ever-growing realm of film, television and streaming.
With National Police Week this month, I would like to shine a spotlight on the NRA’s long history of supporting law enforcement officers. Over the past year, our country’s brave men and women in law enforcement have dealt with large-scale civil unrest and long hours.
With the selection of Senator Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) to join presidential nominee Joe Biden as his pick for vice president, the 2020 Democratic ticket has achieved the dubious “honor” of being the most anti-gun presidential ticket in the history of the United States.
A few years ago, an armed citizen ended a rampage at a food plant in Oklahoma by shooting the man who has since been sentenced to death for cutting off the head of a coworker. Mark Vaughan talks about what he’s been up to since.