After Heller: “In case of confrontation”

There has been much debate about the Second Amendment grounded in several significant Supreme Court Decisions:  D.C. v. Heller, McDonald v. City of Chicago, and Caetano v. Massachusetts.  But what do these decisions stand for?  What do they portend for the future?   This may develop from the proposition articulated in Heller: “. . . […]

Gunfight at the D.C. Corral

[Ed: This piece, like any not otherwise labelled, does not represent the official positions of DRGO , but is quite thought-provoking and well worth a read.] Progressives cry-out for “common sense” gun laws, to which gun owners respond: “What, specifically, do you propose?”  Congress, with the consent of President Trump, is poised to respond with […]

The Epidemiologist and The Gun

[Ed: We’re glad to introduce a new contributor, ‘MarkPA’, who combines 2A commitment, shooting expertise and analytic skills.] Humans are injured and die from gun-shot wounds; and so, doctors lay claim to gun-control as a “public-health” issue.  If this were “true” then it would follow that warfare is likewise a public-health issue about which doctors–and […]