People are afraid and are tired of feeling that way.  This is proof positive that people want to defend themselves with their Constitutional rights.  Read the full story below.



Brett Kelman, The Desert Sun , KXTV-ABC 10

In the seven weeks since terrorists killed 14 people in San Bernardino, requests for concealed firearms permits have skyrocketed throughout the Inland Empire, leading to crippling backlogs and massive delays at the public safety agencies that process applications.

San Bernardino County reported a nine-fold increase in concealed weapons applications in the month that followed the Dec. 2 terror attacks, and the surge continues. In Riverside County, the permitting process is so backlogged that it now takes a year-and-a-half to meet with an official to submit an application.