The Podcast look at history takes us to 9-15-1963 to the 16th Baptist Church where terrorist killed four little girls. Domestic terrorism is not new. Racism is not new. BUT we have to be able to discern the difference between enemies and allies. Don’t get lost in the fight. It’s not about black or white, […]
Five things and more that nobody has ever told you about Willie Lynch Syndrome, Michael J. Woodland on Black Women in the Shooting Sports, remembering 9/11, unboxing the AirForce airgun Condor SS, first thoughts as an urban thing, Shout out from Maj Toure, and a prayer. The first time I heard the word “conscious” was […]
Here’s some fun stuff for those of that that are missing The Walking Dead series on AMC like I am, from a contributor. – Kenn B. It is found out that a zombie apocalypse is not a figment of imagination and could actually happen sometime in the future. There are a lot of possible factors […]
Both America’s foundation and its rise can be largely attributed to the effects of firearms and the men and women who used them. Guns were integral to the shaping of this country before it became a nation, and they carry a history of both salvation and subjugation for the peoples of America. To this day, […]
Some people say they want to change things but most want keep the things the way they presently are. I have tried many things online since my first website blackmanwithagun.com debuted in 1999. I learned most by trial and error. I have been a gun rights activist since 1991. Talking about guns and the right […]
When considering a bag to transport your rifle to and from the range, you really need to consider your surroundings. When I go to Academy or Bass Pro there’s no end to the number of tactical bags available, but what if I’m transporting my rifle from my car to my place of business do I […]
Who would have known that becoming a gun owner would pull you into the ugly world of politics? Like it or not, you are a part of the conversation. They are talking about you. Mark James gives some answers to the questions and lies we hear during campaign season. Michael Woodland talks about Concealed Carry and I remember Otis McDonald, activist and plaintiff.
In this episode of your favorighteous pro-gun podcast by your friend and brother from another mother, Kenn Blanchard harps on the number “10” like a Sesame Street theme. He answers a listener that called in about what President Obama said about gun free zones and common sense legislation. What are they? You’ll also hear some […]