Articles written by: Raquel Okyay

Knife Rights fights against NYC blade ordinances

Most knife attacks, including the most recent one at a Synagogue in Brooklyn, are not committed with pocket knives; most are committed with large fixed-blade kitchen knives.

NJ gun owners dodge new ‘smart gun’ regs

Bach: “If smart gun technology is so great, put it out there without the mandates and let the market decide.”

Louisiana high court suspends civil rights atty’s law license; Atty challenged St. Tammany Parish sheriff

Louisiana high court suspends civil rights atty’s law license; Atty challenged St. Tammany Parish sheriff

Abel defended Shane Gates, a man mauled by St. Tammany Parish deputies.

Pratt: Feds using Ferguson riot fears to clamp down on gun rights

Pratt: Feds using Ferguson riot fears to clamp down on gun rights

Democrat governor called out the National Guard at the same time he shoved the local sheriff to the sidelines.

Nutmeg State SWAT storms gun owner’s home, seizes firearms

Nutmeg State SWAT storms gun owner’s home, seizes firearms

Banker and amateur gunsmith with no criminal record, arrests or charges loses job after raid–despite invalid risk warrant.

John R. Lott Jr.

Lott: Bloomberg’s Washington State win against gun rights based on lies

Voters were told the Bloomberg referendum with nine pages of new restrictions merely kept guns away from criminals.

Chuck Pfarrer

Pfarrer: Americans sold a bogus story of bin Laden kill mission

Author of “Target Geronimo” tells Guns & Patriots the official narrative of the bin Laden raid is wrong.

New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, then-Housing and Urban Development secretary left, gets ready for a pheasant hunt in Savannah, N.Y., as New York assemblymen Dick Smith, center, of Buffalo, N.Y., and Michael Bragman, right, of Cicero, N.Y., stand with him. (AP)

Cuomo refuses to hand over documents his troopers bullying at April gun rights rally

Thousands of New Yorkers rallied in April to protest Cuomo’s anti-gun regime–then, Cuomo sent out his state trooper goons.

New York state Sen. Lee M. Zeldin, the GOP challenger for the NY-1 congressional district. (Courtesy)

L.I. 82nd Airborne vet, conservative runs for Congress in NY-1

Zeldin, a veteran of the Iraq War and Army Reserve officer looks to toss a six-term incumbent Democratic congressman.

New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, then-Housing and Urban Development secretary left, gets ready for a pheasant hunt in Savannah, N.Y., as New York assemblymen Dick Smith, center, of Buffalo, N.Y., and Michael Bragman, right, of Cicero, N.Y., stand with him. (AP)

Empire State’s SCOPE sues for SAFE Act documents

The SAFE Act is an extreme restriction of New York State gun rights–signed by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, passed with GOP support.

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