In our culture of sound bites and rapid news assessment, Mike Harvey reminds us that much of our history and culture is still a living culture.
Here is a selection of what the talking heads on YouTube have to say on the NRA situation from folks many of you know and follow as they weigh in on the ongoing strife.
Google has once again struck out against Second Amendment channels on its YouTube video sharing platform.
Ammunition stopping power is an important topic for anyone interested in armed self-defense. The debate about which handgun caliber is best has raged for decades. Here is some real-life data.
You can’t abandon a network that goes to 1.3 billion individual users, especially when the gun trade is queuing up to support channels that can prove they have an audience. And we have to engage with
With YouTube moving more and more to the anti-gun left, people seeking content from their favorite gun video creator might not be able to find it on Google’s video platform.
Second Amendment supporters have found the internet to be valuable in protecting our rights, but what if Google and other Silicon Valley titans muzzle them?
Now in its sixth year, the guys at IraqVeteran8888 have put on yet another amazing display of firepower and American freedom!
Google, has been slowly choking off channels and content providers who don’t comport with the Google leadership’s leftist worldview.
Trailblazer Firearms’ LifeCard has reached over 28 million views on the AOL channel In The Know Gadgets.
For as much monitoring as the social media platforms are doing, in this case, one of them actually listened to the Brownells supporters, even if it was only after the Twitter complaints started.
Sporting goods retailer Brownells.com had their Youtube video account shut down. Youtube’s only reason was “This account has been terminated for violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.”
“Under no circumstances should anyone bring a weapon to work.”
By banning this content, YouTube is engaging in politically motivated censorship and alienating the millions of people who turn to the website for education and training.
This is not a joke. Its not April fools. This is one of the largest controllers of internet traffic, silencing an entire law abiding industry.
YouTube has taken down some of the world’s top airgun channels in what looks like a reaction to the recent tragic Parkland school shootings…
Which companies dominate shooting sports and hunting TV? A new report lists the winners as of the start of 2018..
Cimarron Firearms YouTube video series, BIG GUNS, explores cowboy culture of the past and the present.
Kahr is sponsoring a “Barrel Envy” YouTube video contest which began September 1, 2017 and runs through December 31, 2017.
From highlighting the Sonoran pronghorn recovery to an in-depth look at the making of a wildlife manager, the Arizona Wildlife Views TV show is perfect.