Over the weekend, I was driving my daughter to practice and, lo and behold, there were about 150 people marching down the street calling for gun control. I looked at their posters and had the following thoughts.
As the gun debate in our country heats up, take a look at one of the most popular articles ever published in Black Bag Confidential. In it, former CIA officer and firearms expert Jason Hanson addresses the question of whether or not convicted felons should be stripped of their Second Amendment rights.
This week’s must-read articles touch on many topics that are close to my heart: Second Amendment rights… better home security… privacy from the government… preparing for global warfare… and striving to be more self-sufficient. Take a look.
Caleb Lee shows you how to tell if a gun is loaded — even when someone is pointing it in your face. If you’re ever caught up in an armed robbery or a home invasion, this information could save your life.
In addition to tackling questions about bump keys, smokeless fires and survival keychains, I’ve also included some reader feedback on whether or not convicted felons should be allowed to own firearms. Let’s keep the conversation going!
I’m a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment, however, I also believe in keeping guns out of “bad guys’” hands. So should a convicted felon have the right to bear arms? Let’s discuss.
A few months ago at a demonstration against the president of Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railway, a Canadian citizen made the following claim: “We don’t have guns, we are not Americans, we are civilized.” A few days before, in early July, a train of the company had run away and exploded in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, killing …