Militia Understanding: The journey continues

Still one could make the argument that it was a different time back then, that things are more established and we have “official” government roles created which have made the need for a militia obsolete. But I really wonder, what actually happened to the idea of the militia? If in the late 1700s, every man was the militia, every man held the honor and responsibility that came from being the nation’s defenders. why didn’t that concept stand the test of time? What happened as our country moved from a frontier country to the forefront of civilization? If every man was the militia, why isn’t that still true for you or I?

Montana madness

  So I’m from Montana, which doesn’t mean what you think it means. You probably think of the Marlboro man, cattle ranchers, six-shooters and wilderness. In reality we just watched  …

Power of Positivity

  In today’s political climate staying positive on the 2A battlefield is easier said than done.  With another setback being pushed on our brothers and sisters in California, a major …

FBI Active Shooter Study

I recently read an article released by the FBI about the “active shooter” incidents that occurred in America during the years of 2016 and 2017. Important facts stated in the …

Who’s responsible for your safety?

Earlier this week, my State’s Governor made a truly unfortunate statement. You see Governor Bullock has been short-listed for a 2020 run at the Presidency, and as such has been getting more media attention. He was on CNN and was asked about banning semiautomatics, and he said he was for it. Politics aside, it hurts my heart that any leader of any state would resort to such short-sighted rhetoric under the false pretense of wanting to “protect” our children.

Shopping on the 2A battlefield

Before my transformation into a gun rights activist, I used the internet for normal people things. I searched for worthless info, I enjoyed a good video now and then, and …

Carry on

Today I was reflecting on the U.S. Appeals court conceding that the 2nd Amendment allows for the open carrying of a gun, it felt like a victory, kind of sort …