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Article first appeared at Ammo Land. Ft Collins, CO –-(Ammoland.com)- “History is never erased, nor forgotten. ‘Regret’ is merely wishing things were different, absent a willingness to act in order to cause a change. By contrast, ‘repentance’ is a sincere admission that you’re going the wrong way, combined with a

Article first appeared at Ammoland.com Ammoland.com – On October 1, 2015, the nation witnessed another tragic shooting — this one at the Umpqua Community College in Oregon. The President shortly took to a national platform to address the killings. This should have been an opportunity for the President to unite a

The recent terrorist attack on military servicemen in Tennessee is the latest tragedy inflicted on our service members stationed in the United States. And unless Congress acts, it won’t be the last. While open and concealed carry laws have sent crime among the civilian population plunging, violent killings on military

Article first appeared at Ammoland.com New York, NY – -(Ammoland.com)- Hello Mr Trump. Many of our readers are very excited that you have thrown your hat in the ring to run for president in 2016. They like the idea that you have nothing to do with politics and that you have

Editor’s Note: This point will ever be focused on in the mainstream media for long. More gun laws won’t save anyone. Criminals are called such because they commit crimes. They do not follow laws. If you want to know why gun control doesn’t work, you only need to look at

A new Senate bill would address the gun-free zones that many critics blame for worsening a string of shootings against domestic military targets, most recently the Chattanooga shooting which cost the lives of four Marines and one Navy sailor. The bill — which Senator Jerry Moran, a Kansas Republican, plans to introduce

Once again, a tragic shooting — this time at the two military locations in Chattanooga, Tennessee — has gripped the nation.  And here at Gun Owners of America, our thoughts and prayers are for the families of the victims. Sadly, the Brady Campaign announced — just hours after the shooting

Patrick Neville was a student at Columbine High School in 1999 when two young men killed 12 fellow students and one teacher. Now Mr. Neville is a Republican member of the Colorado State House representing Castle Rock. Unlike many of the squeaky wheels covered by the mainstream media, Neville offers

Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY) is one of the few consistent conservatives fighting for our rights in Congress. He stands like a light against the darkness of the moderate and squishy GOP establishment – who so often work with Democrats to take our rights and freedom. Representative Massie is pushing to end the madness of