Columbia, Maryland shopping mall shooting

Earlier today at least one suspect began firing shots in a Columbia, Maryland shoping mall. At this time at least 3 are confirmed dead. Not to cheapen the deaths of the victims but I suspect this mall was a 'gun free zone'. Gun free zones DO NOT WORK, clearly. The media and anti-gun movement are going to try and use this to further support stripping the right to bear arms from sane and upright citizens.


First, I urge everyone to go to before believing any anti-firearm propaganda.

Second, I'd like to recommend the following books to both firearm owners and those that may have questions or concerns about firearms. Please I urge you to educate yourself before joining the anti-gun movement.


And if this makes you want to start carrying to protect yourself and your family, I urge you to seek proper training in your area as well as reading the book  Gun Laws By State - Reciprocity and Gun Laws Quick Reference Guide - 2014 Edition

N.Y. bill would force gun owners to buy at least $1M in insurance

Oh look another attack on 2nd amendment rights! New York is trying to pass a bill that would require firearm owners to carry 1 million dollars in liability insurance, basically a tax for firearm owners costing 1600-2000 dollars a year.


A bill introduced in the New York State Assembly by Assemblyman Felix Ortiz, a Democrat, would require the state’s residents to acquire liability insurance as a condition for gun ownership.

“Any person in this state who shall own a firearm shall, prior to such ownership, obtain and continuously maintain a policy of liability insurance in an amount not less than one million dollars specifically covering any damages resulting from any negligent or willful acts involving the use of such firearm while it is owned by such person,” the measure, dubbed S2353, reads.


Liability insurance for $1 million in coverage for gun owners is estimated to cost between $1,600 and $2,000 annually, the Examiner reports.

Read more HERE

Read the contents of this assinine act HERE

Awesome pro-gun legislation in Indiana!

House Bill 1473, sponsored by state Representative Jim Lucas (R-69), would allow a person who legally possesses a firearm to keep that firearm stored in a locked trunk of their vehicle, a glove box, or stored out of plain sight in the vehicle while on school property. This would allow parents to park on school property for a meeting with a teacher or principal to do so without the fear of breaking the law. HB 1473 has been referred to the House Committee on Public Policy.

State Representative Sean Eberhart (R-57) has filed pro-hunting legislation, 
House Bill 1563, which applies to fish and wildlife matters.  The Hoosier State maintains a rich hunting heritage and HB 1563 would make a few enhancements to Indiana’s wildlife laws.  HB 1563 has been referred to the House Committee on Natural Resources. Sponsored by state Senators Jim Banks (R-17) and Jim Tomes (R-49), Senate Bill 97 prohibits a state agency, including a state-supported college or university, from regulating the possession or transportation of firearms, ammunition, or firearm accessories on land, in buildings and other structures that are owned or leased by the state. Please be advised that SB 97 would not affect prohibited places under federal law. SB 97 has been referred to the Senate Committee on Rules and Legislative Procedure.

Sandy Hook Elementary shooting

While this shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary today in Connecticut is tragic, I'd like to stress something again. IT WAS A GUN FREE ZONE. Oh look a tango went into a school, a gun free zone, with allegedly two firearms and attacked children. You anti-gun nuts, this is not an excuse to take firearms away, this is an excuse to relax laws so that firearms can be carried by staff in schools to protect students, carried by parents (I'm seeing reports of at least one parent killed at the school) so they can protect themselves and their children etc. Thank you.

Empire State Building Shooting

Two people were killed and at least eight wounded in a shooting outside New York City's Empire State Building on Friday, creating chaos and shocking tourists and commuters who witnessed the bloody scene outside the tourist attraction.

But it's not what it seems... guy shot former co worker and killed them, police returned fire killed him and injured 8 bystanders. The police did more damage than the active shooter.

A 53-year-old fashion accessories designer, disgruntled over being fired a year ago, shot and killed a 41-year-old former co-worker three times with a .45 caliber handgun on a sidewalk near the landmark building, officials said.

Police returned fire, killing the shooter and wounding several bystanders, all of whom were expected to survive, Mayor Michael Bloomberg told a news conference.

Guy shot former co worker and killed them, police returned fire killed him and injured 8 bystanders. The police did more damage than the active shooter.


I want to see how gun control handles this. This proves that firearms aren't dangerous, that only the people holding them are. I still support the right to bear arms 100% and I personally believe every household should have at least one firearm and one person confident and trained in it's use.