July 7, 2016 |

In Virginia, the courts have ruled that while you have the right to defend your property through the use of force, you cannot endanger human life or do great bodily harm in doing so, except in extreme cases. Click to see what those exceptions are.
Nobody has more control over your survival than you do. Come discover what you can do when confronted with an "active shooter" situation.
The new law on reciprocity, passed during the last legislative session, went into effect on July 1, 2016. Here are the specifics of the new law that may have more folks carrying into the state.
CBS reported in a segment that aired June 16th on "CBS This Morning" that they purchased an AR-15, then transferred it to a third party a few hours later. The dealer who sold the rifle said that sounded like a straw purchase to him. What's your take?
The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to consider legislation aimed at disrupting terrorist radicalization and recruitment. Included is a provision to prevent suspected terrorists from buying guns. Click to see if legitimate gun owners may get caught in the dragnet.

In a major decision issued by the U.S. Supreme Court on June 27, the justices said that gun-ownership rights can be denied to people who commit reckless acts of domestic violence. Click to read more about the opinion in Voisine

"America Tonight" is a national radio program that recently hosted Independent Program Attorney Edwin Walker on air. Click to hear Walker talk about wrong-headed gun laws.
There's banging in your house at 5:30 in the morning. Is it a home invader, or police conducting a no-knock warrant? If it's a cop and you mistakenly shoot him, it could mean the death penalty. Emily Taylor, an attorney with the law firm of Walker & Byington in Houston, sheds some light on how capital murder charges get applied.

Independent Program Attorney Michele Byington spoke with Dr. Gina Loudon, host of "America Trends with Dr. Gina," about the failure of gun legislation in the U.S. Senate.
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Two full-size, 6 foot tall, Mason the Bear bobbleheads are about to be unveiled. Click to get a sneak peek of the assembly process as Mason comes to life.