The politics of guns and hunting obscures many deeper truth about America, such as a longstanding connection between private American arms makers and freedom that has greatly benefited our armed forces.
As this is Memorial Day weekend, a time when we remember and honor our heroes in uniform, we’re bringing you this short excerpt from Greg Stube’s must-read book.
"I think about Riley Stephens a lot and all day on Veteran’s Day. Now I just want to be the man he showed me how to be." - former Special Forces Sergeant 1st Class Greg Stube
Do you have an emergency plan for you and your family?
“I’m not a hero,” said former Special Forces Sergeant 1st Class Greg Stube.
As the mainstream media casts them, members of our armed forces are unwitting victims.
As a reader of this magazine, you know gun rights are politically incorrect, at least according to the mainstream media.
Gun owners need a version of YouTube that doesn’t treat those of us who take our Second Amendment rights seriously like we’re a problem that needs to be solved.
Never has the national dialogue on guns been more bankrupt of intellectual honesty than in the recent stupefying opinions expressed by U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif.
Can banks use credit-card tracking to create a database of gun owners? That's what it looks like they're trying to do.