Tag: gun rights

I Love Temple

I need to take the time to inject some sanity into the current situation. I want to make something PERFECTLY clear. I love the City of Temple! I understand that with the current gun control debate raging in… Read More

Fort Hood Soldier Illegally Disarmed

No, this post isn’t about me. Hang with me through some boring backstory before I get to the meat of this post. Brown v. Texas was a landmark case for the 4th Amendment. The amendment reads: The right… Read More

News Coverage of My Case

KCEN ran a story tonight about my illegal arrest and seizure of my firearms. I want to make a few points of clarification. This was a father and son out on a scout to fulfill the requirements of… Read More

Key Firearms Bills Before the Texas Legislature

A large number of bills are currently working their way through various committees and both chambers of the Texas legislature. I want to take a moment to let you know about some that I think are important to… Read More

Defending our Right to Keep and Bear Arms

Today, I spoke before my local City Council here in Texas. Prior to my speech, I presented the Mayor and city council members with a copy of a draft resolution that seeks to nullify any federal laws that… Read More

My Speech at the Oak Harbor City Council meeting on 02/05/2013

Mr. Mayor, members of the council, Citizens of Oak Harbor, and of the United States, I come to you tonight with a heavy heart. I see a beautiful country divided and conflicted. I see a constitution being eroded… Read More

Oak Harbor City Councilman Afraid of Vet’s Concealed Handgun

I have to share this. The city of Oak Harbor in Washington State recently held a city council meeting. During that meeting, an Afghanistan veteran, Lucas Yonkman, approached the podium to deliver some thoughts to the council about… Read More

A Tough Solution: Solving the Gun Problem

I’ve taken some criticism for discrediting gun control measures that have been submitted with the goal of preventing crime and saving lives. My goal here is to present some difficult solutions that I think will work. Right up… Read More

On Banning “Assault Weapons” and “High-Capacity” Magazines

I think it’s about time to sit down and talk with you realistically about the ignorance of those advocating for bans on so-called “assault weapons” (AW) and so-called “high-capacity” magazines. First and foremost, I object to the use… Read More

Wounded Warrior Project Backpedaling on Gun Stance

After a few days of getting bludgeoned over the head with bad press and threats of recalled support wafting through the ether, Wounded Warrior Project has seen fit to pretend that it was all just a misunderstanding. In… Read More

Debate Leaves Gunowners With No Clear Option

If only militaries are permitted to have the kinds of weapons that ensure personal and collective self defense, the existence of absolute tyrannies would never be overthrown. Look at the history of many of the African and Arab… Read More

Six Reasons to Vote Like Your Rights Depended On It

Repeal the Second Amendment?!

I was reading a story today over at the York Daily Review, a Pennsylvania news site, and figured it’s about time I wrote another post to put some more reality on the internet.

FBI Releases 2010 Crime Stats

The FBI has released its preliminary crime stats for the first half of 2010. As you know, 2010 saw an increase in the number of concealed carry permit holders, guns sold, and citizens armed. The United States has… Read More