On Tuesday evening, November 14th, TimCast.com released a new documentary titled ‘Infringed: Gun Rights In America’. The film was created by Lauren Southern, a long-time conservative commentator. Ed Powell, one of the co-hosts of “The Conservatarian Exchange on The Liberty Block podcast, was involved as a producer on the movie, assisting Southern with research and setting up the interviews for the film.
As it stands, RSA 173 directs law enforcement officers to confiscate all firearms and ammunition from individuals whenever a person files a restraining order against them. The orders are approved practically by default, and the subject is given an opportunity to contest the order of protection after the gun confiscation occurs, generally a month later.
In response to a fatal shooting of a child, the Dictator of New Mexico announced Friday that she is banning the open and concealed carrying of firearms for the next 30 days in Bernalillo County, where Albuquerque is located. The Democrat declared gun violence to be a public health emergency and announced that she was banning open and concealed carry in Bernalillo County for 30 days. You can rest assured knowing that this policy definitely won’t continue for longer than that.
Within the past 24 hours, I learned of numerous instances in which a Federal Court of Appeals Judge has demonstrated that he supports life, liberty, and due process – and that he is willing to stand up to the radical leftist authoritarian death cult. James Ho is a new conservative hero. Current federal law prohibits any person who is the subject of a restraining order from possessing a firearm.
After years of writing about other liberty issues, Alu finally decided that it was time to address gun rights in a book. He figured that if he was going to write a book about the topic, it should be as simple as possible and so easy to digest that any child who can read could comprehend the book’s simple points. As he did with his last book, Alu borrowed from Ian Underwood’s ‘Bare Minimum Books’ style when crafting this book.
On Saturday, June 3rd, author Elliot “Alu” Axelman will be meeting local readers in Manchester, discussing his book Presumed Guilty, and signing copies of his books. The event will be hosted by The Bookery, located at 844 Elm street in Manchester and will run from 4-6pm. The bookstore has been a staple of the community since 2018. The latter part of the event will feature a sneak-peek preview of his ninth book.
Whenever anything bad happens that involves a gun, we can safely predict that two other things are going to happen shortly thereafter. The first is that some kind of gun control laws will be proposed. The second is that these proposals will be met with claims that ‘gun control laws don’t work’.
For at least the past few months, Dan Bongino has been flirting with the idea of a state seceding from the union and governing itself as an independent nation. Bongino is among the most popular conservative talk show hosts, and he is the only conservative podcast that I listen to daily.
As they do nearly every year, anti-freedom legislators in New Hampshire have once again proposed numerous bills that would restrict the natural right to self-defense and the natural right to privacy. On February 8th, the House Criminal Justice & Public Safety Committee held a hearing for the bills in Representative Hall due to the large turnout. The majority of people who testified on the bills were pro-freedom and opposed the gun control bills.