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Chanukah Celebrates Rededication

December 16 through 24 of 2014 marks this year’s celebration of Chanukah and one can only hope that it will be enjoyed without providing an excuse to attack Jews around the world…

Texas State Parks

Celebrate the Holidays with Texas State Parks

Holiday festivities abound at Texas State Parks! Park staff “elves” are planning a sleigh full of special activities from hikes and decorated camp sites to historical reenactments.

Mule Deer Foundation Offers Thanks This Season

Mule Deer Foundation Offers Thanks This Season

During this Thanksgiving holiday season, the Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) is giving thanks for the many blessings that MDF, mule deer and our great western landscapes have enjoyed this year.

Kansas residents spend the 4th of July outside

Kansans Spend Holiday Outdoors

It’s a tradition for the residents of Kansas to spend the Fourth of July Holiday outdoors, while enjoying outdoor activities such as boating, fishing and camping.

Independance Day Fourth of July

238 Years Later the Dream Still Lives

This year’s Independence Day message is from Ethan Becker, renowned cookbook author, knife designer, Knife Rights member #2 and a member of our Board of Directors…

AR15 Rifle Snow Present

Happy Holidays From ARFCOM & The Gunstruction Team

As this year comes to a close and we enjoy time with our families and loved ones, remember our service men and women who cannot be with their families, and those that have given there lives so the rest of us can…

Merry Christmas from Gun Owners' Action League

Merry Christmas from Gun Owners’ Action League

We would like to thank all of you for the support given during this difficult year, without your generous support our mission to protect and restore freedom in Massachusetts would not be possible…

Christmas

The Case for Christmas (Part 1)

I recently read his short 91-page booklet titled “The Case for Christmas,” in which he viewed the sacred holiday as an investigative journalist and interviewed scholars on the heart of its meaning…

Volcanic Christmas In Alaska

Volcanic Christmas In Alaska

When you are military and far from home during the holidays, having your “military family” for Christmas dinner is a wonderful experience…

Thanksgiving

Lets Be Honest About Thanksgiving Dinner ~ Video

In today’s world it is to easy to roll into your super food store and load up on a nice clean shrink wrapped turkey, happy to pay someone else to take the responsibility for putting that meat on your table…

George Washington Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Thanks from Knife Rights

Most of us don’t associate George Washington with Thanksgiving, however our first President was also the first one to proclaim Thursday, November 26, as a “Day of Publick Thanksgivin” in 1789…

Gene Autry And Rudolph

Gene Autry And Rudolph

Airman Gene Autry died in 1991 and on the marker of his grave it reads Patriot and Veteran. Even with all his Hollywood fame he wanted to be remembered as a military member who did his part, for his country…