A day of breaking news – Jussie Smollett get off free in distraction from Mueller Report, then the Senate Judiciary Committee all but greenlights Red Flag + more
Red Flag legislation
Joining us at CPAC 2019 is Merissa Hamilton. An advocate of the 2nd Amendment and a member of AZ Republican Liberty Caucus, she talks about gun control and domestic violence
Lily Tang Williams returns to the studio to address the growing socialist culture in America and why it’s path leads to China.
In anticipation of upcoming gun control legislation, State Senator Fred Akshar joins NO Soundbites Allowed to share his thoughts on NY economy, public influence, and the future.
We followed up with Larry Sharpe, former candidate for Governor, in an exclusive interview on the efforts of the now recognized Libertarian Party to gain traction in New York.
2018 mid-term elections are over, and now the public must live with the consequences of the votes. For one bipartisan group of constituents – gun owners – the result may well mean fewer rights and more targeted disenfranchisement on the horizon.
Col. North appeared in Binghamton NY, to detail his support of the 2nd Amendment, identify the reasons of the recent NRA ratings changes, discuss the Pittsburgh mass shooting, and endorse Congresswoman Claudia Tenney.
The National Rifle Association has released the 2018 ratings, in time for voters to review ahead of the mid-term elections. We review the status of the 11 members of the NY State Assembly we previously identified in an open letter on Red Flag legislation.
An exclusive interview with first-time candidate Nicholas “Nick” Libous, running for the NY 122nd Assembly District. We discuss key issues including late-term abortion, property taxes, Red Flag legislation, and term limits, as well as addressing allegations from incumbent Cliff Crouch. The Republican Primary will be held on November 13, 2018.
The shooter in Jacksonville apparently was motivated because he lost a game. How he got the firearm, ultimately, is not important. The question that needs to be answered is WHY did a person playing a game decide that the best way to react to a loss was to kill innocent people. Without understanding the why, then a different firearm, or a bomb, or a car, or a sword, or whatever will be used. Without understanding the why, it will still exist and still be a factor.