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Gun-Control's Latest Contradiction with Charles C.W. Cooke

Charles C.W. Cooke of National Review returns to speak with America's 1st Freedom Editor in Chief Frank Miniter about the newest contradiction in gun control.

The Truth About Defensive Firearm Use with David Kopel

There is a clear truth about armed self-defense and those same anti-gunners don't want it to be known. Watch David Kopel talk about that in the latest Shooting Straight interview with America's 1st Freedom Editor in Chief Frank Miniter.

Shooting Straight with Dianna Muller

You may remember Dianna Muller from when she testified before Congress in 2019. Many seemed surprised by her strong statements, especially coming from a retired police officer.

Shooting Straight with Winsome Sears

Virginia's new lieutenant governor, Winsome Sears, has a lot to say about the critical American freedom she served in the U.S. Marines to defend.

Shooting Straight with Charles C. W. Cooke

America's 1st Freedom editor in chief Frank Miniter talks with Charles C. W. Cooke about Canada's looming confiscation day, the state of may-issue vs. shall-issue jurisdictions throughout the nation and the changing landscape of concealed carry moving forward.

The Ultimate Gun Guy Character: Bob Lee Swagger

Stephen Hunter is a Pulitzer Prize-winning author. America's 1st Freedom Editor in Chief Frank Miniter speaks with Hunter here about how he conceived Bob Lee Swagger, a hardboiled hero who knows his tools.

Shooting Straight with Grant Stinchfield

Grant Stinchfield is the host of "Stinchfield" on Newsmax. He has a lot to say about the battle for our freedom.

Shooting Straight with Robert Nash

Robert Nash is the lead plaintiff in a prominent U.S. Supreme Court case. Here is Nash, in his own words.

VIDEO: Shooting Straight with Nick Fairall

Nick Fairall was once an Olympian and ski-jump world competitor. A tragic accident, however, left him without use of his legs. Now he is a serious shooting-sports competitor with a lot to say about the importance of our freedom.

VIDEO: Shooting Straight with Chris Cheng

Many of us remember Chris Cheng from the History Channel’s long-since-canceled show “Top Shot.” The show ran for five seasons, between 2010 and 2013, and featured two teams of competitors who had to use an unknown array of rifles, handguns and shotguns on various targets as they ran through shooting stations. One by one, the lowest-scoring marksmen were eliminated.

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