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No Gross Duty
Published on   |  By Jeremy Hatfield

A couple of weeks ago, a relative of mine posted a news item on Facebook from a news station in SC.  A very patriotic pair who run a car dealership was offering buyers of a new truck a flag, a Bible, and an AR-15. I thought to myself, “Good salesmen.” They know their market.  Coming


VPC: The Pace Car of Gun Control Misinformation
Published on   |  By Jeremy Hatfield

So, the Violence Policy Center was…invited(?) to speak at that Congressional Hearing on “Protecting America from Assault Weapons.”  Which, to me, really shows more desperation on behalf of the Party of Gun Control. Because anyone who has seriously looked at anything published by the VPC knows they are not to be taken seriously.  From the


Mugged by Reality
Published on   |  By Jeremy Hatfield

There’s nothing like reality giving you a little kick in the pants to show you just how unprepared you are for a crisis. I spent the last three days in Alaska’s Copper River basin, dipnetting for red salmon. In preparation for the trip, I packed what I thought I’d needed for about everything I was


A Moment of Clarity?
Published on   |  By Jeremy Hatfield

I read something amusing in one of the Trace’s daily email blasts I get. Their rhetorical cat-herder (aka editorial director) wrote, “We hope that The Trace’s journalism has helped you understand gun violence more fully.” … *snert* Because I am well acquainted with the fast-and-loose relationship the Trace–well, Everytown in general–has with “guns” and “understanding.”


Progressive Tribal Withdrawal
Published on   |  By Jeremy Hatfield

Once, I remember hearing a Baptist preacher speak from the pulpit, how lamentable it was that his fellow Baptists had let the Pentecostals scare them out of believing for healing. It’s in the Bible, after all, and no one loves the Bible better than Baptists. Some Pentecostals and their charismatic cousins can be rather noisy


Fide et Armis
Published on   |  By Jeremy Hatfield

One perspective on gun ownership and faith. How can a believer manage guns and God? As with any issue, I turn to Paul’s advice governing those negotiable issues of our faith–“Let each be fully assured in his own mind.” For that, you need to go to God for your best answer. Too often we try


Don’t Shoot The Messenger – Part 2
Published on   |  By John Richardson

Just like Chinese water torture, I think we are in for a series of NRA articles from The New Yorker detailing self-dealing, lavish spending, accounting irregularities, nepotism, and sweetheart deals at the National Rifle Association.


Episode 491 – News, DGUs and a rant from Paul
Published on   |  By Paul Lathrop

Introduction Paul: Welcome to the polite society podcast powered by the Firearms Policy Coalition recorded on Monday, April 15th, 2019 . I’m Paul Lathrop Rob: I’m Rob Morse and on tonight’s show we’ll be discussing sanctuary cities John: I’m John Richardson, and we’ll talk about Idaho lowering the age for concealed carry to 18. Gary: I’m Gary


Everytown Files Complaint With IRS Against NRA
Published on   |  By John Richardson

As originally reported by The Hill on Friday, Everytown for Gun Safety has filed a complaint with the Internal Revenue Service asking for an investigation into the National Rifle Association and their 501(c)(4) status. Specifically, the complaint alleges that the directors, officers, and others are using income and/or assets for personal gain and that the NRA


Episode 490 – Gina Roberts, News and DGUs
Published on   |  By Paul Lathrop

Introduction Paul: Welcome to the polite society podcast powered by the Firearms Policy Coalition recorded on April 8th. 2019, I’m Paul Lathrop Rob: I’m Rob Morse and on tonight’s show we will talk with Gina Roberts about Gun Owners of San Diego and their new efforts to train people who are at physical risk of