The good thing about social media is it allows people to air their opinions publicly and immediately with no filter. The bad thing about social media is that it allows people to air their opinions publicly and immediately with no filter.
Those who don’t know New York state, as opposed to “the city that never sleeps,” might be surprised to learn that U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s (D-N.Y.) old House district (NY 20) is mostly a bucolic mix of rolling hardwood hills and small towns separated by apple orchards, cornfields and horse farms.
Efforts by the U.S. House of Representatives reveal true motives for Second Amendment rights.
Clay Turner discusses the dishonest opposition to suppressors from Sen. Gillibrand and Sen. Murphy.
Charles Cooke looks at the complete lack of factual information utilized by those who oppose the Hearing Protection Act.