Gun exec’s bold message to Holder: ‘I’d destroy my smart-gun technology before I let the government use it against the American people.’
There’s a revolutionary new gun safety technology that you would think might be embraced by Second Amendment supporters and gun control advocates alike. But then you haven’t been following the cynical means by which politicians will seize on even safety advances to push regulations that serve their political ends.... Read more
TSRA Partners with Texas Law Shield for Gun Law Seminars
AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas State Rifle Association (TSRA) is proud to announce a new partnership with Texas Law Shield to provide informative gun law seminars and workshops that will be held across Texas. The educational seminars will provide important information about the constitutional rights of citizens and legal... Read more
A California Man Claims He Captured Bigfoot on Video — but Can You Spot What He Saw?
A Lake Tahoe, California, man out on a long boarding ride recently is getting attention for what he says he captured on video: Bigfoot. But before we go any further, let’s see if you can spot what he saw, because it took us awhile to see what he was... Read more
Siamese fins! Body of two-headed DOLPHIN washes up on Turkish beach
The body of a two-headed dolphin has washed up on a beach in Turkey this week. The conjoined corpse was seen floating onto the shore in Izmir on Turkey’s west coast on Monday by sports teacher Tugrul Metin. The dead dolphin was believed to be a one-year-old calf measuring... Read more
Proposal Would Allow Alcohol Sales at Some Texas Gun Shows
Only in Texas? After a request by a couple of gun clubs, it looks like Texas officials will consider a proposal to allow alcohol sales at certain gun shows. According to local media reports, The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission announced the proposal Friday. It will hold a 30-day public... Read more
7-Year-Old Boy Rafting on a Lake Survives Shocking Encounter: ‘It Felt Like Rows of Knives Sticking in My Foot’
It was to be a day of sailing and on New Orleans’ Lake Pontchartrain. But after Shelly Trentacosta and her family ventured out to the middle of the lake with a friend’s sailboat Friday, the calm conditions — along with the clear water — made it even better for... Read more
Congress working on bill to de-militarize federal regulatory agencies
Following a host of federal agencies moving to equip their inspectors with military-grade weapons, some on Capitol Hill are calling for their disarmament. The proposed legislation takes issue with the growing creep of federal SWAT-type units that have been forming since the 2002 Homeland Security Act granted various agency Offices... Read more
College student with stalker denied right to carry on campus
Taylor Woolrich, a student at Dartmouth College who has a possibly dangerous stalker, fears she has to drop out since the Ivy League school won’t let her carry on campus. The 20-year old student at the historic university in Hanover, New Hampshire, is terrified that a past acquaintance, 67-year... Read more