Rick Travis of CRPA, Sam Paredes of GOC/GOA, and Peter Gunn join me to discuss this alarming question – Is America Safe?
Biden’s ATF has adopted a zero tolerance policy with gun stores. In fact, they are revoking gun store licenses over simple clerical mistakes. Mark Oliva from the Nation Shooting Sports Foundation joined me to discuss the fight against this gross abuse of power by the ATF.
Joe Biden issued an executive order pushing gun-control. It has largely amounted to nothing. Still, Dan O’Kelly (ATF Ret) has some concerns about what ATF and other administrative agencies might do as a result.
Joe Biden’s recent executive order is a direct assault on your firearms rights that are protected by the Second Amendment. Ben Sanderson from Gun Owners of America joined me to talk about how we’re going to win this fight!
Mark Oliva of the National Shooting Sports Foundation sat down with us at SHOT Show to give us an update on the battles currently raging against the government’s restrictions on America’s firearms industry. This is a VERY informative interview.
Rick Travis from CRPA joins me to talk about the drive to destroy the Second Amendment both nationally and in California. We also give you steps you can take to fight for your rights.
Topics in this podcast:
– Part 1 Of my interview with Cam Edwards from Bearingarms.com.
– Which fighting rifle is the best for civilian ownership in the United States?
Many gun owners are sitting on the sidelines expecting others to fight the battle for them as Joe Biden and the Left seek to destroy the Second Amendment and the rights of law abiding Americans. It’s time for gun owners to wake up!
President Joe Biden seems to be following the only mantra he knows when it comes to confronting America’s rising crime worries. Go after the Second Amendment and the firearm industry that makes the exercise of the right possible.
The coincidental spending by gun control groups and the insistence on restrictive laws by gun control politicians is too obvious. The U.S. House of Representatives passed two gun control bills within days of Congress convening – one to require so-called “universal background checks” (a necessary pre-cursor to national gun registration) and the other to endlessly delay background check determinations. They were passed on near-party lines and with no committee debate. Both bills went straight to the House floor and were rubber stamped and sent to the U.S. Senate.