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Armed Fed Agents and Snipers? Nevada Rancher Is Taking on the Gov’t in a Battle That’s Reaching a Breaking Point
Armed federal agents deployed last week to northeast Clark County, Nev., for what can only be described as a major escalation in a decades-long standoff between a local cattle rancher and the U.S. government. Cliven Bundy, the last remaining rancher in the southern Nevada county, stands in defiance of... Read more
Spike in Illegal Immigrant Arrests Force Border Patrol Agents to South Texas
The United States Border Patrol recently announced mass reassignments and post-academy deployments to the south Texas region of the U.S./Mexico border amid spikes in arrests. Though the action is considered long overdue, leading border security experts have praised the move. Breitbart Texas’ Contributing Editor and author of the upcoming... Read more
Hunter’s Trail Camera Records Strange Lights, Causes Speculation
Trail cameras can sometimes catch images of strange things other than wildlife. According to WLOX, Rainer and Edith Shattles of Jackson County, Mississippi were reviewing footage from their 150-acre property when one image stood out. In it a deer stood with its back to the camera, staring at a... Read more
DeSantis Gunhide Unveils New Website
DeSantis Gunhide, a division of HELGEN Industries Inc., introduces its brand new website! DeSantis Gunhide today announced the rollout of their new website. While retaining familiar brand logo and graphics, DeSantis’ new virtual holster store was completely re-imagined from the ground up using the latest ecommerce technologies. “We wanted... Read more
Eric Holder Has an Idea He Wants to Explore About How to Make Guns ‘More Safe’
It’s stuff straight out of a Bond movie. And now it’s being trumpeted once again by the Obama administration, specifically Eric Holder, to talk about gun issue. What is it? Technology that prevents a gun from being fired by anyone but the lawful owner. “I think that one of... Read more
What Happened to Chicago’s Murder Rate After Illinois Upheld Concealed Carry and Why it Matters
In July of 2013, Illinois became the last state in the union to enact a concealed carry law. In January of this year, the state began accepting applications for permits. This week, Chicago police announced that the city’s first quarter murder rate was the lowest since 1958… Read full... Read more
Outdoors: State park finally nearing public access
A pair of pending land deals soon might give Texans access to the second-largest unit in the state park system, opening to outdoor recreation approximately 60 square miles of rugged Trans-Pecos wilderness that has been inaccessible and all but invisible to the public since it was donated to the... Read more
Armed Protesters Gather at Texas Open-Carry Rally After Tasing, Arrest of Man Walking with Loaded Rifle
video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player Dozens of armed protesters gathered outside a San Antonio police station Sunday to let authorities know they aren’t happy that a man was tased and arrested after openly carrying his rifle while on a walk near his home a week ago, according to KSAT-TV... Read more