The man arrested for the road rage shooting death of six-year-old Aiden Leos after a weeks-long manhunt is a 24-year-old gun-toting auto shop worker.
Marcus Anthony Eriz and his girlfriend Wynne Lee, 23, were taken into custody outside their home in Costa Mesa, California, on Sunday in connection to the May 21 shooting. Continue reading “Gun-toting auto shop worker, 24, arrested with 23-year-old girlfriend over road rage shooting death of six-year-old Aiden Leos”
Do you know how to survive a gun fight?
Here’s the situation: some people want your stuff, or they just plain out want to kill you. Whatever the cause of the escalation might be, all you’ve got is a gun lying on the ground next to you. What shooting techniques and tactics would you use and how would you survive a gun fight?
Continue reading “How To Win A Gun Fight: 14 Military Gun Fight Tactics”
Oregon has gone from a liberal hell hole to 1930s Germany overnight.
The Oregon Health Authority is now requiring businesses and religious institutions to enforce mask mandates by forcing people to show proof of vaccination. Continue reading “IT BEGINS: Fully Vaccinated People in Oregon Must Show Proof of Vaccination Status in Order to Enter Businesses Without a Mask”
Texas Governor Greg Abbott on Tuesday ordered all government entities in the state, including school districts, to lift mask mandates by week’s end, though existing guidelines for face-coverings in schools may remain in effect through June 4.
Abbott’s executive order puts Texas at odds with the latest guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommending that students in schools across the United States wear masks for the 2020-2021 academic year because not all will be inoculated against the coronavirus. Continue reading “Texas Governor Chooses Freedom, Bars Mask Mandates in Schools, All Government Entities”
California National Guard members received an unusual order at the onset of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in March last year.
They expected directives from Sacramento headquarters to make preparations for any civil unrest that might arise over stay-at-home rules. But instead of an order to get the ground troops ready to help state and local authorities, the air branch of the Guard was told to place an F-15C fighter jet on an alert status for a possible domestic mission. Continue reading “California National Guard told to place fighter jet on alert for “possible domestic mission” … against Americans?”
Alabama state Rep. Shane Stringer (R-Citronelle) was a Mobile County Sheriff’s Office captain until his support for constitutional carry allegedly led Sheriff Sam Cochran to relieve him of his law enforcement position.
AL.com reported that Cochran’s spokeswoman, Lori Myles, said, “Sheriff Sam Cochran made the decisions Wednesday, May 12, because of different political views held by his administration.” Continue reading “Alabama Sheriff’s Captain Allegedly Fired for Supporting Constitutional Carry”
Oregon Governor Kate Brown (D) announced Tuesday that she will not allow Oregonians to get all their freedoms back until 70 percent of the state has taken Big Pharma’s experimental mRNA therapy “vaccines.”
From The Oregonian, “Gov. Kate Brown outlines path to reopening: When 70% of Oregon gets partially vaccinated, she’ll lift most COVID-19 restrictions”: Continue reading “Oregon Gov Threatens She Won’t Lift Oppressive Lockdown Until 70% of Residents Are Vaxxed”
Concho County deputies arrived at a home on the 100 block of Bryan Street in Eden, Texas, to respond to a complaint about a dog around 8:20 p.m. Monday, KSAN/KLST reported, citing an update provided by the Texas Rangers on Tuesday. Continue reading “2 Texas deputies killed in shootout with suspect while responding to ‘dog complaint’”
The Department of Justice (DOJ) issued new “ghost gun” rules Friday, which include requiring a background check for “kits that contain the parts necessary for someone to readily make a gun at home.”
A DOJ press released noted the new regulatory proposals would also “require that manufacturers include a serial number on the firearm ‘frame or receiver’ in easy-to-build firearm kits.” Continue reading “DOJ Introduces ‘Ghost Gun’ Regulations: Background Checks Required”
A Black Lives Matter protest in Texas resulted in a heated confrontation between a frustrated driver and a group of demonstrators blocking a road, with video of the dramatic encounter spreading across social media.
Activists in Plano, a city about 20 miles (32.2 km) north of Dallas, marched through the streets on Sunday to raise awareness about the death of Marvin Scott III. The 26-year-old black man died while in police custody at a county jail in March. Seven officers were fired and one resigned over the incident, which was ruled a homicide in April. Continue reading “Furious motorist tries to single-handedly fight BLM protesters blocking traffic in Texas”
SAN ANTONIO — Imagine making $14,000 a week. That’s what one Texas-based company is offering because of a nationwide truck driving shortage.
When the pandemic hit many truckers left the industry because there wasn’t as much product to haul and the rates to transport products like gasoline tumbled. Now that demand is back up, but with fewer truckers to haul products like gasoline, a massive shortage is looming. Continue reading “There’s a truck driver shortage, so one Texas company is offering experienced drivers $14K a week”
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said Tuesday rising COVID-19 hospitalizations threaten to overwhelm doctors, and she is moving 15 counties into the extreme risk category, which imposes restrictions that include banning indoor restaurant dining.
Some of the state’s biggest cities, including Portland, Salem, Bend and Eugene, are in the counties that will be in the most dire category, effective Friday. Continue reading “Counties with Oregon’s biggest cities moved to extreme risk”
AR-15s have been around a long time and there is a good chance your grandpa might have owned one, but the Crown Precision carbon fiber CP-15 is an AR experience beyond your grandpa’s wildest dreams.
For starters, the CP-15 weighs less than five pounds when unloaded.
That was not a typo…the rifle weighs less than five pounds when empty. Continue reading “Crown Precision Carbon Fiber CP-15: Not Your Grandpa’s AR”
A recent Stanford study released by the NCBI, which is under the National Institutes of Health, showed that masks do absolutely nothing to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and their use is even harmful. Continue reading “Stanford Study Results: Facemasks are Ineffective to Block Transmission of COVID-19 and Actually Can Cause Health Deterioration and Premature Death”