Pro gun and Pro gun control. What happens when you get two women to have the "conversation" the rest of America is talking about?
Women empowerment comes in many different forms. As a victim of domestic violence and an abusive relationship, I have learned what it means to be empowered and to have that feeling taken away. Shooting to some people may not mean as much as it does to the next person, it may mean more. I have… Continue reading I am the Face of America
I have learned that there are no truer words than “you know you’re doing good when people start to hate you”. Over the last two days I have been told I’m a lunatic, I’m delusional, I’m afraid of my own shadow, I have a hero complex, I should be shot with my own guns, I… Continue reading We Want to Protect Our Children, So Let Us
SHOT Show is the place where you go to learn about everything new coming to the market. Concept ideas that engineers and manufacturers are coming up with as well as new ways to innovate and get more people involved in the shooting sports. The industry has grown so drastically in the past few years, and… Continue reading Designed for Women, Made for Women, Led by Women.. Syren Shotguns
Last year I became part of an organization called the DC Project. The organization came about when Dianna Muller, retired police officer and competitive shooter visited DC on vacation. She met with her legislators and had conversations with them about the Second Amendment. After productive conversation, she thought how much more of an impact could… Continue reading The D.C. Project – Women Fighting for Your Second Amendment
The old saying "there's always three sides to every story" has never held more truth. I was recently interviewed by Hannah Jiang, a graduate student at Columbia Journalism School. Her assignment was to interview two people with conflicting views on one subject. After reading her paper and reading her interview with another women who is… Continue reading Three Sides to Every Story
I generally always have to brace myself for the “we need common sense gun laws” chants on social media following every tragedy and killing in the United States. I especially had to prepare after the terrorist attack in NYC the beginning of this month, which in fact did not involve actual firearms. There was an… Continue reading Terror Attack in NYC Calls for More Gun Laws