Mysterious deepwater fish found along NC coast
NAGS HEAD, NC (WBTV) –Photos of a mysterious deepwater fish are going viral on social media after the strange looking fish washed up along the North Carolina coast on Monday. The fish, believed to be a lancetfish, washed onto the shore along Nags Head, along the Outer Banks, just... Read more
Gov. Jindal signs five Louisiana gun bills into law Friday
As the legislative session winds down, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal signed into law five bills that will affect the state’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ law, concealed carry holders, users of Tannerite, and gun owners. The five bills are included in 217 measures signed into law by Jindal this legislative session.... Read more
Congressman Jim Bridenstine Demands to Know Why USDA Needs Machine Guns
Washington, DC – After a backlash of complaints from concerned citizens, Oklahoma Congressman Jim Bridenstine puts the USDA on notice that he wants an explanation why the farm business development department of the U.S. Government needs an unknown quantity of .40 Cal. S&W submachine guns? Says Congressman Jim Bridenstine... Read more
Bobcat Fooled By the Oldest Trick in the Book [VIDEO]
If you had a rough turkey hunting season, this video might lift your spirits. While waiting for a tom to come by, two turkey hunters realized they weren’t the only ones watching their turkey decoy. A bobcat was lurking outside the blind, carefully plotting an attack on the plastic... Read more
Open-carry groups call to stop carry of long arms into private businesses
Following public backlash after open-carry activists brought long arms into popular restaurants, four open-carry groups issued a directive to their members Wednesday asking them to halt the practice. This follows a notable incident in a Texas Jack in the Box,  and another at a Chipotle restaurant, in which gun-rights... Read more
[Video] 8 Year Old Schoolboy Reprimanded For Thinking a Cloud Looked Like a Gun During Assignment
So I think we’re officially to the point where our public schools are punishing children for their imagination. According to KKTV, Second grader Kody Smith was assigned to go outside, look at the clouds, and then use his imagination to draw what he saw. “Draw a picture of what... Read more
Fed court finds search, seizure of guns OK without warrant or evidence of crime
  A U.S. circuit court of appeals gave its blessing last week to the search of a gun enthusiast’s home, as well as the seizure of her weapons, while lacking both search warrant and evidence that she had committed a crime. The case originated three years ago when Krysta... Read more
Scientists tagging sharks in Gulf to predict hurricane intensity
Fifty sharks, tuna, tarpon and billfish are swimming around the Gulf of Mexico right now fitted with satellite-linked tags to help scientists track water temperatures and perhaps one day help improve hurricane forecasting. The devices were put there by researchers at the University of Miami who have tagged a... Read more