What Caliber for Sharks? Concealed Carry in the Summer

As I write this, DFW airport just hit 100 degrees for the first time this year and it hasn’t even been officially summer yet for 24 hours—I feel we’re in for a real scorcher here in North Texas this year. Not that we aren’t used to it—it’s hot as blazes here—but that doesn’t mean we […]

More Guns Than People

No matter how much the anti-gun folks want to make gun ownership a thing of the past, those who want to protect the inalienable right to own firearms (and themselves) are sticking it to the David Hoggs and Demanding Moms of the world by buying more guns than ever. The FBI recently released a report […]

AMA Votes to Support Gun Control

Established in 1847, the American Medical Association (AMA) is the U.S.A.’s largest group of doctors with 243,000 members (2017.) The group was founded to promote medical standards in education, form a code of ethics for physicians and improve public health. Though it sounds like a public service all can benefit from, the group has always […]

Will Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s School Safety Action Plan Work?

Texas Governor Greg Abbott held a series of roundtable discussions a couple of weeks ago to receive feedback from a variety of invested people in how Texas can improve the safety of its schools. Shortly after, he released a report titled the School and Firearm Safety Action Plan. The plan consists of 40 initiatives mostly focused […]

The NRA and Keeping Guns from Unauthorized Users

No Mass Shooter Has Been Known to be a Member of the NRA Any time a senseless and tragic shooting happens, the media are quick to blame the NRA. “The NRA has blood on its hands” is a favorite claim of those who oppose the possession of any type of firearm they believe isn’t designed […]