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The suspects have long criminal records

'The Suspects have long criminal records'

It is because of people like Pena and Williams, Mathews and Wilbanks, and Tacoma’s Olujimi Blankney that anti-gun politicians in state legislatures and in Congress have built careers going after the gun rights of honest citizens, claiming that their schemes would make it harder for such thugs to get guns. It's nonsense, of course, and all of these people are living proof.

Afghanistan? The 'war' is right here, right now

... Garcia Meraz did not have a fishing license, so McGary started escorting the teen back to his car. Apparently he heard something “clinking” in the suspect’s pocket, ordered him to stop and in a flash, Garcia Meraz came up with a .45-caliber handgun. Despite this state’s statute that allows unlicensed concealed carry of a handgun while engaged in legitimate outdoor activities, including fishing, nobody is likely to lose money betting that this kid was not legally-armed.

Seattle case raises issue about felons and guns

Seattle case raises issue about felons and guns

According to the story, Harris had a 9mm Glock that he claimed to have bought from a “crack fiend” for $300, which — you are sitting down, right? — included a $50 debt owed to Harris by the doper for “previous narcotic transactions.” Welcome to “Crime 101.”


Article by Dave Workman

Help VFF Keep Radio Ad on the Air

This morning, VFF released a radio ad in support of Captain Kevin Calvey, Iraq war veteran and congressional candidate for Oklahoma's 5th Congressional District. Visit our site to listen to the ad that is running today on the largest conservative talk radio station in Oklahoma City (KTOK).

This ad is critical to Captain Calvey's victory, as he's in a VERY tight race with a local politican.

Piracy Surge? The Jolly Roger is Active Again

After the Easter, 2009 takedown of Somali pirates who held Capt. Richard Phillips of the Maersk Alabama hostage, one would have thought that the pirates of the Somali region would have avoided attracting the attention of the United States Navy. After all, three dead pirates and one facing federal trial in New York would tend to be behavior modification.

Yet, in the spring of 2010, what is happening? Violent encounters with pirates have gone down – not just between American ships and the pirates, but also from other countries.

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Which Caliber is Right for You?

By Gary Paul Johnston

In the last column we looked at some of issues with duty pistols; now we’re going to look at ammunition. OK, I can hear you…”Oh, no, not this argument again!” Don’t worry, we won’t argue. Well, you may, but listen up. First, a lot of good folks, including cops, have grown up and are carrying pistols (or have bought one for protection) since the last time this was hashed over. Just as important is that some things have changed right under our noses, so we need to look and see if we’re still talking that 1970s stuff.

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