No Outrage When Unarmed Shooting Victim Is White by AWR Hawkins On July 26 unarmed Zachary Hammond was shot and killed by a police officer in Seneca, South Carolina and there has not been one peep of public outrage or demonstration. Hammond family attorney Eric Bland says he believes the lack of outrage is tied to the fact that Hammond was white rather than black. On the night that 19-year-old Hammond was shot his date, 23-year-old Tori Morton, was arrested for possession of marijuana. Days after the shooting Greenville Online reported that Hammond was killed in a “drug sting”–the sting… View Articleclick here for more
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Texas Sheriffs Decry Federal Policies: Criminal Aliens Have Free Rein by Lana Shadwick Texas Sheriffs, the Lieutenant Governor, and experts in immigration related issues met at the State Capitol on Wednesday to discuss the federal government’s creation of a sanctuary state for criminal aliens through its Priority Enforcement Program (PEP). Jackson County Sheriff Aj (Andy) Louderback, immediate past president of the Sheriff’s Association of Texas, told Breitbart Texas that the federal government’s PEP program “has created a sanctuary state for criminal aliens because it has gutted the immigration system.” A press conference was held on the crisis facing Texas that was created by the… View Articleclick here for more
Anti-Cop Activism Leads to Sky-High Murder Rates in Democrat-Run Cities by Lee Stranahan A sharp spike in the murder rates of Democrat-controlled cities across America is one of the consequences of the increased tension between police and black Americans; tension that has been stirred up by both the liberal media and by Democrat-aligned radical political activist group Black Lives Matter. As Baltimore announced it is embedding federal agents with its homicide unit after one of the highest murder rates in years, the Washington Post took note of the sharp increases in other cities like New Orleans and Atlanta: Some blame… View Articleclick here for more
Hit-man Kills wrong Man – NDP the Socialist Party A South Carolina woman has been sentenced to life in prison after she hired a teen to kill her husband and he killed the wrong man by mistake. Prosecutor David Stumbo says 41-year-old Karlita Desean Phillips of Greenwood was sentenced Thursday. She was convicted of accessory before the fact of murder and soliciting a minor to commit a felony. Authorities say Phillips hired a 17-year-old to kill her estranged husband in 2013, but he killed her husband’s brother, 31-year-old Jamil Phillips, by mistake. Investigators say Jamil Phillips was ambushed as...
Hit-man Kills wrong Man – NDP the Socialist Party A South Carolina woman has been sentenced to life in prison after she hired a teen to kill her husband and he killed the wrong man by mistake. Prosecutor David...click here for more
Canada, Mexico drawn into deal-breaking auto talks in Trans-Pacific negotiations BY STEVEN CHASE Canada and Mexico are joining forces to try to break a major logjam over Japanese autos at the Trans-Pacific Partnership talks, working to come up with a solution that preserves their respective vehicle assemblers and parts makers should a deal open North America to greater Asian imports. Ottawa and Mexico City have been drawn deeply into a contentious issue at the Pacific Rim talks that held up a deal in Hawaii last week: How much of an automobile must be manufactured within the 12 participating countries to… View Articleclick here for more
Grandma Goes Gun Shopping After Stranger Allegedly Breaks In, Climbs In Bed by AWR Hawkins An 82-year-old Henrico County, Virginia, grandma is going gun shopping after a stranger allegedly broke into her home on August 2 and climbed into bed with her. The grandma–Reba Shook–thought her dog had climbed in bed, then reached over to discover it was a person. According to CBS 6, Shook said, “I put my hand out for [the dog] to smell, then I realized it was somebody. I said ‘Well, I don’t know what you’re after but you aren’t [gonna] get nothing here.’” Shook then… View Articleclick here for more
1 dead, 3 in custody after teens attempt to rob CCP holder by Jennifer Cruz What started for one man as an outing at a St. Paul, Minnesota, park Friday night to watch the blue moon ended with a 16-year-old dead after he and three teen accomplices attempted to rob the man. The would-be victim, whose name has not been released, went to the park around 10:30 p.m. and at that time another individual was at the same park for the same reason. The two individuals, who did not know each other beforehand, began to talk about the weather and… View Articleclick here for more
Handgun Review: Smith & Wesson Model 66 Combat Magnum Revolver By Tom McHale It’s funny how things have a way of coming back into vogue with the passage of time. While I hope never to see the return of those hip-hugger, bell-bottom jeans and zip-up Naugahyde boots from the 70s, I am thrilled to see the return of a venerable and street-proven revolver, the Smith & Wesson Model 66 Combat Magnum. The Model 66 was popular for police work during the 1970s and 80s, but it eventually lost market share with the advent of the plastic, high-capacity revolution. Even… View Articleclick here for more
The PKM Machine Gun In this segment of Guns & Ammo TV airing on the Sportsman Channel, we examine another iconic creation from the mind of Mikhail Kalashnikov: The PKM. Kalashnikov designed the weapon in the late 1950s at the request of the Soviet army, which was searching for a universal machine gun that could replace the different variants found in service with frontline troops, as well as vehicle-mounted weapons. From the outset, the weapon came in four basic configurations. The PKM served as a general purpose light machine gun fired from an integrated bipod. The PKS was a...
The PKM Machine Gun In this segment of Guns & Ammo TV airing on the Sportsman Channel, we examine another iconic creation from the mind of Mikhail Kalashnikov: The PKM. Kalashnikov designed the weapon in the late 1950s at...click here for more
Shocking’ 40 per cent surge in gun ownership and registration in NSW Figures obtained by the New South Wales Greens show a 40 per cent surge in gun registration in the State over the last 14 years. There are now more than 850,000 firearms in private hands in Australia’s most populous state. And Greens MP David Shoebridge says he’s so alarmed by the increase that he will introduce legislation to limit the number of firearms that people can register. But that has angered gun enthusiasts, as Mandie Sami reports. MANDIE SAMI: For Kym McEwen there’s no surprise that people from… View Articleclick here for more