Brownie Bear Teaches Gun Safety, by B.L. Brown

On the heels of two prior reviews of books helping us educate children about firearms (Safety On by Yehuda Remer and Guns the Right Way by Jerry Luciano), another one arrived that completes a complementary trilogy. Brownie Bear Teaches Gun Safety is a short storybook just right for younger children who enjoy being read to. […]

23 Years of Accomplishment: Tim Wheeler, MD and DRGO

[Editor’s note: This is the third of four presentations DRGO leadership gave at this weekend’s 31st annual Gun Rights Policy Conference hosted by the Second Amendment Foundation in Tampa. See the video, beginning at 9:25:58.] Nearly a quarter century ago, a young surgeon (well, young by physician standards) discovered that firearm ownership was becoming vilified […]

Robert Young, MD Articles

A practicing psychiatrist DRGO’s Dr. Robert Young has written articles for a number of national news outlets. To see all of Dr. Young’s articles published by DRGO, click here. The following is an index of Dr. Young’s articles published in other venues:   National Review Online: “What ‘Right to Feel Safe’?” 4/29/2015 “Mother Jones Runs […]

Dr. Robert Young Represents DRGO at AMA Litigation Session on “Docs v Glocks”

[Editor’s Note: In November DRGO’s Robert B. Young, MD was invited to attend a meeting in Dallas of the American Medical Association’s Litigation Committee.  This AMA management committee assembled to discuss the ongoing litigation aimed at overturning Florida’s Firearm Owners’ Privacy Act (FOPA), also known as the Docs vs. Glocks law.  DRGO has been involved […]

Boston, Grave of Liberty?

[You may also be interested in Michael Graham’s column in the Boston Herald and my interview with Dana Loesch.] In a bizarre announcement last Thursday, the City of Boston has decided that physicians should now be required to ask all patients about their gun ownership. Mayor Martin J. Walsh wants the state of Massachusetts to legislate this in the 2019 session. Boston Police Commissioner William Gross said “This is a great way for […]

Review: ‘Violence of Mind’ by Varg Freeborn

[We are pleased to have permission to repost this book review by Gila Hayes of the Armed Citizens Legal Defense Network. The Network is an admirable non-profit association providing legal referral and funding for members facing prosecution for defensive firearms use. Her review was just published in the Network‘s January newsletter. The book is especially […]