Texas Senator: BLM Only Compounds Problems with Interference (Video)
WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS–Texas State Senator Craig Estes (R-Wichita Falls) helped sound the alarm about the situation facing many of his constituents regarding the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) attempt to take up to 90,000 acres of land along the Red River Texas/Oklahoma border as reported by Breitbart Texas. Sen.... Read more
Why Has the NFL Launched an Investigation Over an AR-15 Featured at a Gun Show?
The National Football League has launched an investigation after a Washington Redskins-themed AR-15 rifle was discovered at a D.C.-area gun show. It’s not about the gun — it’s about the unauthorized use of the Redskins’ logo, an NFL spokesman said. The league does not allow the use of teams’... Read more
Health The No. 1 Killer on This ‘Deadliest Animals’ Infographic Might Surprise You
More than 700,000 people — that’s how many lives are taken each year thanks to a bite from small and seemingly innocuous animal. Bill Gates released this powerful infographic on his blog late last week to highlight a campaign against the deadly and debilitating diseases that are carried by... Read more
Texas Rancher Tells BLM Story with Dewhurst, Patterson (Video)
WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS–Texas rancher Tommy Henderson lost 140 acres of his land during a lawsuit that turned it over to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) 28 years ago. Now, more land owners along the Texas/Oklahoma Red River boundary have learned that tracts they believe is their property... Read more
Prominent Anti-Gun Advocate Had a ‘Considerable Change in Demeanor’ When She Learned Who She Was Smiling Next to in This Picture
When prominent gun control advocate Shannon Watts was asked by a man to take a picture outside of the 2014 NRA convention in Indianapolis, she granted his request. What she clearly didn’t know was who the man really was. Watts’ reportedly had a “considerable change in demeanor” after the... Read more
Supreme Court to hear case of man prosecuted for tossing 3 fish overboard
WASHINGTON –  Not even Supreme Court justices can resist a good fish story. The court said Monday it will hear the case of a Florida fisherman charged with destroying evidence — three small grouper — under a federal law originally aimed at the accounting industry. Commercial fishing boat captain... Read more
School accused of trying to ‘demonize’ student in ‘pastry gun’ suspension
The attorney for a Maryland boy who was suspended after shaping a pastry into a gun says school administrators are trying to “demonize” him in their bid to fight an appeal to have the punishment erased from his school record. Joshua Welch, 9, was suspended from Park Elementary School... Read more
Why “Smart Guns” won’t transform firearms industry
Another company wants to manufacture a “smart gun” that can be fired only by an authorized user. Another company will fail. Why? Two reasons: The influential National Rifle Association sees smart guns as a step toward stricter gun control, and the people who actually buy firearms in the U.S.... Read more