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Hunting safety is everyone's business

Since 1959, public hunting on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield has been considered a hunter's paradise because the installation is home to over 350 species of wildlife. As directed by Army regulation 420-4, the installation provides an abundance of outdoor space for hunting enthusiasts. Although the installation maintains a good safety record, hunting safety remains critical for Soldiers, Family Members and civilians who choose to hunt on the installation.

Gallup poll shows Americans support gun ownership

Gallup: Most Americans support gun ownership

An overwhelming majority of Americans support handgun ownership, and there is increased opposition to a ban on so-called “assault weapons,” according to the results of the annual Gallup Crime poll, conducted Oct. 6-9.


Article by Dave Workman

Gun-haters Continue to Misfire on Concealed Carry

On November 1, Wisconsin became the 49th state to recognize the right of its citizens to carry firearms. Now, only one state remains in the Dark Ages -- that being the state of Illinois.

As can be imagined, the anti-gun media is predicting that letting citizens carry firearms will result in carnage in the streets, shootouts in bars, and angry parents settling scores on the ball field with their firearms.

And to supposedly prove their point, they cite a bogus report of the Violence Policy Center (VPC) entitled “Concealed Carry Killers.”

Is DoJ trying to further stonewall the public?

Is DoJ proposal a reaction to Fast & Furious probes?

A proposal by the Obama/Holder Justice Department to allow agency officials to lie about the existence of so-called “sensitive information” seems curiously timed as momentum builds for a full accounting by the Obama administration on Operation Fast and Furious.


Article by Dave Workman

Wisconsin honors 25 states' permits

Wisconsin will honor WA state CPLs

The Wisconsin Department of Justice has announced that it will recognize concealed carry permits and licenses from 25 states, and Washington’s is among them.


Article by Dave Workman

Did U.N. remarks tip Obama's global gun control strategy?

Did U.N. remarks reveal Obama global gun control strategy?

At least one veteran Capitol Hill lawmaker is furious and quietly looking into a revealing comment contained in remarks delivered the other day to the United Nations by Laura E. Kennedy, this country’s permanent representative to the Conference on Disarmament.


Article by Dave Workman

NY Attorney General rips national CCW

Partisan taint settles on Fast & Furious investigation

Democrats are beginning to draw partisan lines in the sand as the investigation intensifies on Operation Fast and Furious, taking issue with House Republicans urging Attorney General Eric Holder to testify about what he knew and when he knew it.


Article by Dave Workman

Issa probing, Justice resisting

Issa probing, Justice is resisting on F&F ‘third gun’

Congressman Darrell Issa is reportedly preparing a letter to send to the FBI about a mysterious “third gun” allegedly recovered from the December 2010 murder scene of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry in Arizona, but the Justice Department is already firing back with assertions that the gun doesn’t exist.


Article by Dave Workman

Holder will have to resign - O'Reilly

End of the week: Fox’s O’Reilly thinks Holder will have to resign

It has been a tough week for Attorney General Eric Holder, despite an attempted defense by Democrat spinmeister Lanny Davis, and it was wrapping up Friday morning with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly predicting Holder will have to resign, and Sen. Charles Grassley saying he will ask for the resignation of whomever “signed off’ on Operation Fast and Furious.


Article by Dave Workman