The Los Angeles Times is a real newspaper, unlike USA Today, which most people step over while leaving a hotel room. During its more than 140 years, the Los Angeles Times has earned 48 Pulitzers. It has a daily print circulation of 1.2 million readers, and a weekly print and digital circulation of 4.4
Every single time the legacy media writes about guns, gun rights or any Second Amendment topic they screw it up – every single time … I have holsters older than must of today’s reporters, so my expectations are already pretty low. For example, I don’t expect to see a column touting the pros and
Santa Rosa County (Florida) Sheriff Bob Johnson describes himself as a cop, not a politician. He certainly has the résumé. Johnson started at the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office in 1993. He has served on the department’s SWAT team for 20 years, worked as a major crimes detective, supervised the narcotics unit, worked as
The truth is sometimes a bitter pill to swallow. That’s become apparent after several media outlets examined why David Chipman couldn’t gain support in the U.S. Senate to be confirmed as Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). Media believed Chipman was the cure-all to push gun control. He was
CNN’s not even pretending to hide their antigun bias these days. Two reports over the weekend painted gun owners as a scourge on America while at the same time giving criminals – and Chinese communists – a free pass. CNN posted a report on the soaring level of criminal violence in America. The report’s headline stated
Pennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey announced he will oppose Joe Biden's nominee for ATF director, David Chipman. “Meaningful progress on gun safety will only be possible when members of Congress and the executive branch drop the politics and hyperbole and focus on the possible. That likely will not happen if the ATF—the law enforcement
Long before we launched Armed American News, my friend and cofounder, Mark Walters, and I would complain about the mainstream media’s mistreatment of guns, gun owners and anything related to the Second Amendment. The meetings usually lasted for hours and involved a lot of bourbon and tobacco – cigars for Mark, dip for me.