When Eric MacFarlane saw three teenagers kick in his neighbor's
door, he got his pistol and told a neighbor to call police. Fearing
his neighbor's small children were endangered, he ran to the scene.
Police say two of the teens immediately fled, but MacFarlane found
one in the doorway. "I told him to step back and lay down if he
wanted to live," MacFarlane recalls. "Then I talked to him about
what direction his life was going in." The teen said he broke in for
money. MacFarlane told him he's lucky the decision didn't get him
shot. "I just hope this young man has learned a lesson," MacFarlane
explained, adding that he doesn't believe in violence. "[MacFarlane]
did a really great job," said Midwest City, Okla., police Capt. Sid
Porter. "We're probably going to issue him a commendation."
Imagine if California, to combat what the legislature considered the serious problem of manmade global warming, required all new vehicles sold by car dealers in the state to run on grass clippings, rather than fossil ...
Crowd funding is a relatively recent innovation that allows a person or cause to leverage the vast reach of the Internet to raise money for virtually every imaginable purpose. Even small donations of a few ...
Canadian anti-gun politicians’ campaign to disarm law-abiding citizens continued this week. On Monday, the Canadian press reported on an August 3 letter from Toronto Mayor John Tory to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. In the missive, Tory appeared to back ...
Everybody knows you never go full semiautomatic. That is, except Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and his anti-gun comrades. On July 22, the Senate minority leader decided to fear-monger about homemade 3D-printed firearms following a Justice Department settlement that will ...
Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the "lobbying" arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.