If we want people to know the truth about violent crimes and the inverse relationship between the numbers of firearms compared to violent-crime rates, we must tell our fellow citizens ourselves.
Maybe anti-gun groups could push for harsher sentences for criminals in the “business” of stealing and illegally selling firearms?
Most of us have learned firsthand that, to put it kindly, social-media platforms are cultural mixing grounds.
America’s hunters routinely receive the lion’s share of credit for this nation’s very impressive wildlife conservation programs.
Annually, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) publishes national data on the prevalence of crimes of all types. Recently, the FBI’s “2018 Crime Statistics” revealed that, yet again, violent crime in America has declined.
"Through education, kids know guns aren't toys.”
Contrary to what some might think, there is Second Amendment support in the state.
As the coronavirus continues to impact our daily lives, firearms-related companies are stepping up to help.