C.J. Grisham questions Charles Cotton’s loyalty to the cause in the latest skirmish between insurgents and the gun rights establishment.
On a forum moderated by an NRA board member, concealed carriers claim that a new law is leaving them unwelcome at more private businesses.
A community meeting in Houston raises the latest questions about policing the open carry of firearms in urban settings.
The optics could be dicey.
Gun rights activists have adopted a rigorous campaign to police the state's strict regulations over signs barring guns in private establishments.
Black protestors plus openly displayed AR-15s would equal new pressures on local authorities.
Open Carry Texas founder C.J. Grisham plans to campaign against gun regulations for felons, the mentally ill, and anyone else.
Army Recruiting Command says it's worried that gun-wielding volunteers are going to "cause young Americans interested in joining the Army to decide not to visit our centers."