Charges: Homeowner shoots, kills suspected burglar in self-defense; another suspect arrested
The homeowner said he thought the men were trying to break into his home, so he grabbed a gun and answered the door. He was sprayed with mace and fired shots
Beto O'Rourke gearing up to run for governor against Texas Gov. Greg Abbott: Report
Failed presidential candidate and former three-term Congressman Beto O'Rourke is reportedly setting his sights lower than the highest office in the land and is, instead, looking to fill the highest office in the state of Texas.
Watch: DC Concealed Carry Permits sought in response to crime increase, firearm instructor says
WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - Taking up arms legally is how different firearm instructors say people have been responding to not just last year’s pandemic and national racial injustice protests, but now also to D.C.’s rise in homicides.
Justin Trudeau: Gun Control Keeps ‘Canada Moving Forward’
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau spoke to reporters in Windsor, Ontario, on Friday promising gun control held the key to “Canada moving forward.”
Portland gun crime prosecutions rise dramatically as violence surges
A new tool from the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office shows what many community leaders and law enforcement officials have been saying for the last two years: Gun violence in Portland is rising sharply and disproportionately affecting people of color.
Gun-Control Laws Aren’t about Preventing Crimes
In the latest issue of National Review, I write about the lax enforcement of our gun laws and touch on a theme that is worth exploring a little more: Gun control is not about gun crime — gun control is about gun culture.
Watch: Subway Worker Suspended After Defending Herself From Armed Robber
Now, unlike most self-defense stories that we cover here at Bearing Arms, the only person who had a gun in this encounter was the armed robber. Well, at least that was the case until the armed robber dropped his gun and Subway sandwich artist Araceli Sotelo picked it up.
Women Are Nearly Half of New Gun Buyers, Study Finds
SAN DIEGO—Close to half of all new U.S. gun buyers since the beginning of 2019 have been women, a shift for a market long dominated by men, according to a new study.
Watch Michael Malice Dismantle The  Gun Control Debate
Australia continues to cage its citizens in the name of safety.
Suspect breaks into woman's home around midnight and confronts her — but she has a gun and shoots intruder
MOSES LAKE -- Police say a woman shot a person who allegedly broke into her home in the middle of the night on Sunday.
Court Sides With Gun Owner Over Cop In Carry Case
Back in November of 2018, Basel Soukaneh was driving in the city of Waterbury when the GPS navigation on his smart phone glitched and froze. Soukaneh pulled his car over to the curb so he could deal with that minor inconvenience, not realizing that within a few minutes, he’d be in handcuffs.
Biden’s State Department Authorizes Ban on Imported Ammo from Russia
Last month, the State Department announced that the federal government will soon begin prohibiting Americans from importing “ammunition manufactured or located in Russia.”
Ward County leadership wants AG’s take on Second Amendment resolution
WARD COUNTY, N.D. – Leadership in Ward County is now reaching out to the Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem’s office to get his opinion on whether Ward County should move forward with making itself a Second Amendment sanctuary.

Minneapolis’ bloody summer

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Minneapolis’ bloody summer
A surge in gunshots in some areas have put the city on pace for its most violent year in a generation.
Industry Survey Finds Millions More First-Time Gun Buyers in 2021
Millions of Americans have already become new gun owners this year, according to a new survey.
Biden’s Vaccine Order: A Preview Of How He Could Destroy Gun Rights?
President Joe Biden announced last Thursday that all federal workers must be vaccinated. Additionally, he directed the Labor Department to require all employers with more than 100 workers will be forced to ensure that either all employees have received coronavirus vaccinations or to test those employees weekly. That mandate could impact as many as 100 million Americans.
More kids shot in Chicago than have died of COVID-19 across US this year
A total of 214 minors have died of COVID-19 in the country; 261 were shot in Chicago
Peeping Tom suspect shot to death outside north Houston home
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A man suspected of creeping outside a north Houston home was shot to death Friday by a woman inside, police said.
Biden Blames Republicans, Pledges Continued Gun Control Push After Withdrawing Chipman
President Joe Biden released a statement Thursday in which he blamed Republicans for David Chipman’s failed nomination and pledged to continue working toward more gun control.
The Second Amendment fight that could upend Florida's midterms
The Florida Supreme Court will consider a challenge to a 2011 gun law recently expanded by Gov. Ron DeSantis, a decision that could prompt a ruling on the politically contentious issue of Second Amendment rights in the middle of the 2022 midterms.
Chipman Nomination Pulled, But Fight to Protect 2A Isn’t Over
Good news: David Chipman won’t lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) after all. 
Negative Reactions Dominate Pistol-Brace Ban Proposal as Comment Period Ends
The legal status of a popular firearm accessory is facing a direct challenge from the ATF, and the response from opponents was immense.
AR-15s Are Why Leftists Can’t Commit Taliban Atrocities Here
Taliban executions remind Americans to never give up arms they need for the primary reason the Constitution guarantees their right to have them.
Would-be victim shoots armed robber in the face outside Houston gas station
The armed robbery suspect is in custody at the hospital. He is expected to survive.

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