The Truth About Armed Citizens in America
The mainstream media tells us that armed citizens almost never stop bad guys with guns. The truth is much more interesting than they want the American people to understand.
Credit Card Companies Will Now Watch Gun Sales
The gun-control movement, with the help of an international organization that develops standards in a number of fields, appears to have found a way to try to pressure credit-card companies to peer into gun owners’ transactions and lives.
The Armed Citizen® September 25, 2021
A man in a Natchez, Miss., Walmart became irate over a self-checkout machine “shorting him” 21 cents on July 3. A witness tried to de-escalate the situation by offering to reimburse the irate man the amount he believed he was shorted.
The Armed Citizen® August 31, 2021
A couple driving their vehicle through a Walmart parking lot in Fresno, Calif., slowed as a man approached them for unknown reasons. The husband got out of their vehicle, and the stranger suddenly charged at him with a knife, causing him to back up several yards.
Shooting Straight with Pastor David George
Pastor David George didn’t think he’d ever have to use his concealed-carry gun to save lives. He certainly didn’t expect to have to stand up to an act of evil in a Walmart parking lot. It just happened that way.
Freedom is on the Ballot This November
The Second Amendment is more than just another political issue. It is our way of life, a fundamental freedom and part of our identity as Americans.
The Armed Citizen® June 25, 2020
A 21-year-old man wearing a gray hoodie and black ski mask hit another man with his car on March 7 in a Fort Wayne, Ind., Walmart parking lot, and proceeded to beat the man with a baseball bat.
How the NRA Helped to Reopen Massachusetts’s Gun Stores
On May 7, a federal district judge in Massachusetts ended the state’s unconstitutional shutdown of gun stores.
Gun-Free Zones Are Victim Zones
There are few ideas in American life more naive and irrational than that of the “gun-free zone.”
Politicians are Finding Out Gun Rights are Also Women’s Rights
Dianna Muller lost count of how many times she responded to chillingly desperate calls for help during her 22 years as a police officer in Tulsa, Okla.