ALR Episode 44 – Post-Election Round-Table

This week’s episode of Armed Lutheran Radio is only our second round-table episode with our contributors. Sgt. Bill Silvia, Aaron Israel, and Mia Anstine join Lloyd to discuss the outcome of this year’s election, the reaction of the media and the protests, Trump’s policies in his first 100 days, and…

My Take on the Election

As I write this, Democrats are still wringing their hands, gnashing their teeth and rending their clothes in despair after the steamroller that hit them in Tuesday’s mid-term election. What does the election mean for gun rights? In my estimation, not much.

NSSF and GOA at Odds on Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act

I am a member of both the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and the Gun Owners of America (GOA), so I receive regular email from both organizations. This week I received dueling alerts from the two, arguing both for and against the Senate Bill S.2363, the “Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2014.”

A Final Thought On The Election

Well, it’s finally over. No more political ads on the radio and TV. No more classless liberals vandalizing private property to destroy Republican yard signs and bumper stickers. No more losers going on about how they will kill Romney if he wins. No more phone calls begging me to go vote because I want to make sure my 2-year-old daughter has access to contraceptives and abortion-on-demand (that was a call from Democrat NC-10 hopeful Patsy Keever’s campaign, by the way). Unfortunately, what is not over is our national nightmare and our long march toward Western European style socialism.

We Can’t Sit This One Out

I’ve heard grumblings from libertarian types at gun shows and among friends on social media that they’re going to stay home in November. They have plenty of excuses. But if you care about your Second Amendment rights, President Obama made it clear in this week’s debate at Hofstra University why you simply cannot sit this one out.