Tag: firearms

Gun Facts Vs. Progressive Gun Myths – An Interview With Second Amendment Lawyer, Guy Relford

In the wake of the Uvalde shooting, there has come the predictable torrent of misinformation and straight up lies about the Second Amendment, gun rights and guns in general.

Tony speaks with Second Amendment attorney, and founder of the 2A Project, Guy Relford, to correct the record on the lies told for ideological reasons.

Presented by Americans For Prosperity

The Indiana General Assembly on Mandates and Legal Carry — An Interview with Abdul Hakim Shabazz

A super-majority of Republicans and it is doubtful we will see lawful carry pass in Indiana for the 2nd time. The General Assembly is also taking on vaccines and COVID emergency orders. The Indiana Senate and House seem to be two very different beasts these days. We discuss vaccine mandate restrictions and legal carry in the state of Indiana with Abdul Hakim-Shabazz of IndyPolitics.org.

Rushing Red Flag Laws Is A Red Flag

Sometimes awful people do awful things. This is why I believe in protecting and defending myself, and the ones I love. Every single instance of every single horror does not lead me to a place where I, nor you, should have less rights. But rather, I lean to a place where we should ensure our rights and act upon them. We should be prepared.

After El Paso and Dayton, there will be a lot of conversation about Red Flag Laws, including Indiana’s Jake Laird Law. A Red Flag Law allows for the state authorities to remove firearms from the possession of a person who has been identified as mentally unstable (as the Jake Laird Law has described it, “dangerous individuals.”) My issue has never been with the concept of a Red Flag Law, my issue is how it is implemented.

If implementation means a law enforcement officer can simply say, “this person is unwell, so we are going to take their firearms,” I stand squarely in opposition. I oppose the idea that a police officer should be able to make that call in the moment.

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