Tag Archives: gun rights

Being an Academic Shooter vs Active Shooter

By Glenn E. Meyer, PhD
American Tactical Shooting Assn.

Two stories by this professor in the Psychology Department at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas illustrate some excellent points in defense of gun rights, and in support of practice, practice, practice. ~ Ed.
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Innocents Betrayed

By Top Documentary Films

This documentary effectively shatters gun control myths and fallacies. Owning a firearm is not a privilege – it’s a basic right. In fact, it’s the basic right to protect yourself and your loved ones. Throughout History, there has been a disturbing pattern: sooner or later (often sooner than later), disarmed populations become the hapless victims of tyrannical governments and criminals.

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Montana Group Demands Local Leaders Boot Feds, Form Militia, Protect Guns

By Justin Elliott
TPM Muckraker

A group of nearly 200 “extremely concerned citizens” in a small Montana county are demanding that local leaders fill out a “questionnaire” pledging to form a local militia, prohibit mandatory vaccinations, boot the EPA out of town, allow citizens to bear any type of gun, and require federal government employees to get written approval before approaching “any Citizen.”

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