Where’s Alec? – The rules for the rich and famous are often different than the rules for others.

Where’s Alec? In October 2021 in New Mexico while filming the movie Rust, Alec Baldwin shot and killed one coworker and wounded another. His action was almost certainly unintentional, but the result was the same, one person dead, one person wounded. I first wrote about the incident here. Where’s Alec? The New Mexico Occupational Health […]

From Arrest to Advocate: My Story

This is a guest post written by IEGO Board Member Michael Cooke. Inland Empire Gun Owners allows me to actively promote our Second Amendment rights within the community. I am honored to be an Advisory Board member of IEGO and serve as Outreach Coordinator. I’m passionate about preserving and protecting those rights, with a unique […]

How Low Will They Go in Reaction to the SCOTUS 2A Decision? – Is there anything the oppressive states won’t do to prevent law-abiding citizens from exercising their constitutionally protected rights?

The US Supreme Court (SCOTUS) released a landmark Second Amendment (2A) decision last week. SCOTUS has determined that “keep and bear arms” actually means “keep and bear arms” and “shall not be infringed” actually means “shall not be infringed”. Better late than never. This would seem to suggest the end of “may issue” policies in […]

A Time for Questions – Again the Same Shameless, Corrupt People Demand More of Something That Doesn’t Work

Once again, the country is reeling from a tragedy that should never happen but does. I’m not going to write about what happened at a Texas elementary school out of respect for those directly touched by that unimaginable horror. What I will write about is the corrupt, befuddled individual who currently occupies the White House […]

Who is Steve Dettelbach and Why Should You Care?

In the next week or two, the Senate will begin confirmation hearings on the Biden administration’s second nominee to head the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). That nominee is Steve Dettelbach. Biden’s first nominee, David Chipman, went down in flames during his confirmation hearing with the Senate. It wasn’t just that Chipman […]

A Ray of Hope for California – SB906 dies in committee. The bill was too much even for California legislators.

Miracle of miracles! The politicians in Sacramento finally produced a bill that was so grotesque that even they could not pass it. We’re referring to SB906, the proposed legislation that would have required parents to disclose information concerning their gun ownership to their children’s school. The bill died in committee last week. I wrote about […]