Billy Johnson delves into about the irrational, media-fed, hysterical fear of guns that is prevalent in our society.
NRA News Commentator Gabby Franco speaks of her admiration for the strong foundation of the United States that comes from the Constitution.
Following the horrific attack at Vaughan Foods in Moore, Okla., some companies are reevaluating their policies for allowing employees to carry a firearm on the job.
Natalie Foster points to an incredulous Rolling Stone article as an example of what happens when the mainstream media attempts to report on guns.
NRA News Commentators Episode 90: “Billionaire Brainwashing”
NRA News Commentators Episode 89: “Gun Training”
Gabby Franco cautions that to preserve freedoms in our country, we need to learn from past events that have occurred in other countries.
Billy Johnson says it’s not gun owners who carry that are paranoid, but it’s those who are afraid of the people exercising their Constitutional rights.
The single mother’s Bersa Thunder 380 is in police custody because of New Jersey’s draconian gun laws.
Nikki Turpeaux reminds us that, without action, the power of knowledge is greatly diminished.
Ray Rice gets treated like a non-violent offender for beating his fiance while Shaneen Allens gets treated like a violent criminal for making an honest mistake…
Colion Noir claims New Jersey’s gun laws do nothing more than turn good people into criminals.
Brian Aitken’s 7-year sentence was eventually commuted by Gov. Chris Christie, but that was after serving four months in prison. Today, he’s still trying to get his life back.
New Jersey Assemblyman Ron Dancer has introduced legislation that would give judges the option of not sending people like Shaneen Allen to prison.
Allen’s case illustrates an essential truth of gun control. How ever its proponents attempt to justify it under the guise of “violence prevention,” its primary purpose is a social agenda…
Shaneen Allen’s honest mistake could lead to three-plus years in prison.
Gabby Franco talks about how the freedoms afforded to Americans through the Constitution make this the best country in the world.
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.
Colion Noir examines the high rate of violent crime that is terrorizing Chicago and the need for action to help neutralize it.
Dom Raso explains how antagonizing rank-and-file workers for policies they are only enforcing is counterproductive.
Natalie Foster contests the bad press and commentary surrounding hunters.
Billy Johnson examines how we tend to curb our right to bear arms in America rather than celebrate it as a constitutional freedom.
Chris Cheng explains how sacrificing our privacy to government databases can be exploited and use for discrimination.
Don Pitaniello used a gun to stop a robber in his tracks, then lost his job for violating company policy.
Billy Johnson discusses how the media is creating “celebrities” of mass shooters who are using violence to be heard.
Dom Raso explains that the right to bear arms is an unalienable civil right similar to other freedoms codified in the Constitution.
Natalie Foster discusses the misconception that there are not many women participating in shooting sports.
Billy Johnson examines the media’s sensationalized coverage of mass shootings such as the tragedy in Santa Barbara, CA.
Dom Raso responds to criticism over his opinion regarding shared training and resources between law enforcement and military.
Detroit once again ranks high on the FBI’s list of most dangerous cities.
Colion Noir explains that having guns and carrying guns doesn’t equate to daily, all-encompassing gun thoughts.
Natalie Foster discusses the double standard set by anti-gun wealthy elite who surround themselves with armed guards.
Colion Noir explores the car analogy and why guns are not inherently evil based on design.
Natalie Foster talks about the negative stigma that the media attaches to gun owners.
Billy Johnson explains that gun availability must be defended in the marketplace as well as gun rights in the political sphere.
Natalie Foster discusses the importance of women getting self-defense training and having the ability to protect themselves.