Erin’s neighborhood was supposed to get its power restored this weekend. Now it’s been pushed back until Tuesday next week.
Beth says it’s always the right time to talk to children about firearms, and the new book “Safety On” by Yehuda Remer can help you with that.
A second suspect has been identified in a NW Charlotte homicide, and good news! He’s not quite as awful as the suspect they have already charged!
Barron is on assignment and will return soon.
To be, or not to be: that is the question. Or perhaps the question is “to stay, or not to stay.” And when the hurricane blows southerly, Miguel knows a hawk from a handsaw.
Our Main Topic is the new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll showing that more Americans than ever have a gun in their homes.
Tiffany covers a few of the Every Day Carry travel considerations that aren’t usually discussed in the average concealed carry permit class.
Erin left the hurricane behind. But she has preps in place, so why evacuate? She shares her thoughts on avoiding troubles as a valid prepping strategy.
The Joyce Foundation Shell Group, States United, has cooked up a “Video Game” to oppose concealed carry Reciprocity, and gets the reaction from alleged Real People™. Weer’d has the audio.
And our Plug of the Week is for the Eddie Eagle GunSafe Program.
Thanks to LuckyGunner and Remington for their sponsorship. And a special thanks to Firearms Policy Coalition for their support.