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The owner/CEO of The Silencer Shop, Dave Matheny, joins Antonia for another episode of Bulletproof. He answers the age-old question of whether it’s called a suppressor or a silencer, the not so arduous process of getting one, and why the ATF’s suppressor process is an uncanny blueprint to gun registration.
Antonia speaks with JaPharii Jones, the president of the Virginia chapter of Black Lives Matter. The number 757 refers to the area code of the chapter. This chapter is unique in that it is very vocal about its pro-Second Amendment stance. Antonia talks to Mr. Jones about their stand to remain independent. And the inconsistencies he sees on both sides of the political spectrum.
April Ann Kohlmeyer of Shash Lifestyle joins Antonia on this episode about the controversial method of concealed carry–purse carry. She discusses her own handbag–Shash– and the hurdles she has had to go through in order to make fashion and purse carry a real reality in the gun world. Make sure to listen until the end for an exclusive discount!
Once again, gun control advocates are calling for more gun control after the Boulder, Colorado, shooting. Antonia explains each popular gun control measure in the federal, state, and local levels of Colorado and the US. And she also goes into the victorious case for gun owners in the fight to repeal the bump stock ban.
Shermichael and Antonia talk with the black, conservative, student, and social media rising star, Charrise Lane, about her thoughts on the rising tide of socialism within her generation, the concept of being “pro-black” and black love. And her concerns for the future of conservatism for Gen Zers.
Entrepreneur, activist, and co-founder of the Community Resource Center North Charleston, Shakem Akhet shares his story of being a troubled youth, to someone who turned his life around and has dedicated himself to creating change in the inner city. His riveting story will capture your attention and imagination about what’s possible for today’s troubled youth in inner cities across America.
Lenny McAllister of Red State joins Antonia and Shermichael on this episode to talk about his article ‘A Most American City Becoming Increasingly Unliveable’ where they talk about the decline of American cities and how a lack of interest in politics on the local level has contributed to this decline.
Read his article here: https://www.redstate.com/lenny_mcallister/2020/09/13/a-most-american-city-becoming-increasingly-unlivable/