Dom Raso encourages Americans to hold themselves to the highest possible standard and to take pride and ownership in the land on which they stand.
Anyone who cares about his or her constitutional rights should be very concerned with the level of firepower that is being granted to local law enforcement agencies these days…
Dom Raso takes a fellow Navy veteran to task for his Daily Beast opinion piece that attempts to support both sides of the gun issue.
Dom Raso explains how antagonizing rank-and-file workers for policies they are only enforcing is counterproductive.
Tony Blauer joins Dom in Media Lab Episode 12 “S.P.E.A.R. System” to break down a scene from The Bourne Identity and show how your body responds to sudden violence.
In Media Lab Episode 11 “Quick Draw” Dom Raso breaks down a scene from Rambo to show why analyzing a situation before reaching for a gun is crucial.
In Media Lab Episode 10 “Fatal Funnel” Dom Raso breaks down a scene from Bourne Legacy to show how positioning in hallways can be used to defend and escape.
Dom Raso explains that the right to bear arms is an unalienable civil right similar to other freedoms codified in the Constitution.
Find how Dom uses his training to react to situations as he breaks down a scene from Collateral in Media Lab Episode 9 “Yo, Homie.”
Dom Raso responds to criticism over his opinion regarding shared training and resources between law enforcement and military.
Self-defense expert Tamra joins Dom on Media Lab Episode 8 “Fight Like A Girl” to break down a scene from “Enough.”
In Media Lab Episode 7 “There’s Always A Way,” Dom breaks down scenes from Killer Elite and Bourne Supremacy to show how everyday objects can become tools for defense.
Dom Raso is not impressed and points out the importance of checking your surroundings in Media Lab Episode 6 “Tunnel Vision.”
Dom Raso and New Jersey S.W.A.T. Officer Jerry convey the importance of cooperation between military and law enforcement.
In this special edition of Media Lab Episode 5, Dom breaks down the art of shooting, moving and communicating with a scene from “Heat.”
Dom Raso and New Jersey S.W.A.T. Officer Jerry discuss real, everyday threats that people should be aware of.
Dom Raso exposes the inaccuracy of the media – especially regarding their reports of mass shootings.
In Episode 4 of Media Lab “Multiple Attackers,” Dom Raso walks through Keysi fighting method techniques and some creative positioning.
Dom Raso consults with his friend Jerry, a S.W.A.T. officer, about how ineffective gun control laws are in deterring real life crime.
This week on Media Lab Episode 3, Dom breaks down the science behind “dodging full auto” using an iconic scene from “White House Down.”
Dom Raso explains that there is a need for a first response from you when bad things happen – even when back up is on the way.
As Sherlock Holmes, Robert Downey Jr. is always one step ahead of his opponent thanks to his perfected combat mindset.
Dom Raso reminds citizens that the right to vote is a freedom that American soldiers have fought and died for.
Veteran U.S. Navy SEAL Dom Raso kicks off season one of Media Lab with “Why’s Your Gun on the Ground?”
Dom Raso discusses the illusion of safety and security in a country where guns could be needed at any moment.
Dom Raso explains why keeping law-abiding gun owners out of private businesses is a mistake.
Dom Raso discusses the importance of taking personal responsibility in a free country.
Dom Raso and his friend Jerry, a S.W.A.T. officer from New Jersey, dispel the myth that so-called “assault weapons” are the preferred firearms of criminals.
Dom Raso talks about the overzealous media and their tendency to react to tragedy rather than report the story.
Colion Noir and Dom Raso question recent news concerning international relations with China and explain the importance of prioritizing domestic issues and freedom.
Dom Raso highlights a bureaucratic flaw that’s unfairly stripping veterans of their Second Amendment rights — and tells you how to help get it fixed.
Dom Raso says owning a firearm means little if you don’t train with it.
Dom Raso explains what it means to live in a country that appreciates the selfless work of its armed forces.
In “Background Checks,” Former U.S. Navy SEAL Dom Raso discusses the futility of thinking one new law will solve everything.
In “Deterrence,” Former U.S. Navy SEAL Dom Raso explains how guns can keep people safe without ever being fired.
In “Home Security,” Former U.S. Navy SEAL Dom Raso takes issue with anyone who thinks they know what’s best for everyone else.