For 2019 Ohio Gun owners is already looking like a good year! During 2018 gun-owners have been working on a bill in the Ohio General Assembly that would improve several points of Ohio law. Originally passed in early December by the House and the Senate, on December 20th the Governor dashed everyone’s hope by vetoing […]
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An Akron man was called into action to defend himself and his mother against a criminal who attempted to break into the elderly woman’s home. Luckily the woman’s son was armed and ready for the occasion.
On February 20, 2017, an Indiana Conservation Officer, Michael Powell, responded to a call about a suspicious person on SR 56 outside of Rising Sun, Indiana (west of Cincinnati, OH, and northeast of Louisville, KY ). At some point, after Officer Powell approached Justin Holland the interaction became violent and a fight ensued with Holland […]
There are currently two bills working their way through the state legislature that could change all of that and finally make Ohio a proper “Stand-Your-Ground” state. Let’s take a look at these bills.
Chaos erupted in Bowling Green last Friday night when a homeowner was forced to defend his home and his life from a set of men attempting to break into his home.
It’s becoming more commonplace to hear about the strength of women in today’s society. From movies, to sports, to the business world we hear about women and showing that these are not the 50’s housewives and homemakers we are used to. An incident in North Toledo on Saturday again proved that messing with a woman, […]
Everyone who has ever had a child can tell you that their life was changed forever the day they were welcomed into the world. From that point on you have a brand new person to mold, teach, and most importantly protect. We have heard many stories over the years of parents going to great lengths […]
According to reports from Ohio news outlets, a 21-year-old living on Colorado Avenue in Lorain was forced to make a potentially life-or-death decision when another 32-year-old man was breaking into his home.
The only open fire at a restaurant should be coming from the kitchen, though in Taco Bell’s case it can come in the bathroom, too. Where it should never come from, though, is from a gun barrel at the front counter. Although just that very thing happened at a Cleveland Taco Bell on Wednesday.
The Cleveland suburb of Elyria was nearly the scene of a mother’s nightmare on Monday night. Thankfully, this mother was able to see off her nightmare thanks to her trusty handgun.