In December 2018, SDCGO made a fun video for Christmas about the importance of activism. The video inspired me to go deeper into why activism for the Second Amendment in California is so important. It’s important to the entire nation and not just those of us living behind enemy lines. Daily some message board or […]
I’ve been a Logic professor for the last 15 years in Southern California, and one of the things I like to drill into my students is the importance of the words we use to describe problems. The words we choose impact what we see as solutions to those problems. Take the now ever-present phrase “active […]
Some of you may have seen this in the news recently. The Los Angeles City Council unanimously passed a motion requiring contractors wishing to do business with the city to disclose any ties they may have with the NRA. Are you an NRA member, for example. You can see the news coverage here. The motion directs […]
If you talk to people that carry consistently or read articles on the subject, one of the things common to all is the large collection of holsters people eventually develop. Doing my part as a member of that community, I’ve built a respectable collection of my own in a relatively short amount of time. Being […]
In June of this year, a man was shot and killed while camping in Malibu Creek State Park with his two small children. Tristan Beaudette of Irvine was shot once in the upper torso, his two young daughters (2 and 4 years old) were in the tent with him at the time but were not harmed. You […]
Since rediscovering firearms a few years ago, I’m continually amazed at how much fun I’m having with each new thing I try out. When I bought my first handgun (Glock 34) and started going to the range I thought, “wow, this is really cool”. Once I was comfortable shooting at the range, I discovered USPSA shooting and […]
This is a guest post by Piper Smith. This post first appeared in The Truth About Guns. Over the last few years my involvement in the 2A community has been quite enlightening. One of the realities I have become more and more aware of is that our tendencies as human beings to engage in petty rivalries, competition, […]
Recently we got to witness international public outrage over a picture of Britain’s Prince George playing with a squirt gun. I had to read the story a few times to figure out what the actual issue was, but finally saw that people were “offended” by pictures of the young prince playing with a toy squirt gun. Tweets, comments, and articles all about being offended by normal behavior.