The best firearms self-defense videos now available on

Self-defense is a growing priority for many freedom-loving Americans. Just taking a look at the latest news headlines is more than enough of a signal for rational-minded folks to realize the world is not a perfectly safe, happy-go-lucky place. Being prepared is the best way to protect yourself and your family. Learning to operate and use a firearm correctly is one of the many preparedness steps you can take to ease your mind on the home front. And at, you can find some of the best channels for learning more about firearms and self-defense.

The James Yeager Tactical Response channel offers a wealth of information on all things firearms and defense. One of their latest videos, Fighting Pistol, is a 90-minute instructional video and a great introduction to the world of self-defense. As Yeager notes, his videos are a great supplement to real-life, in-person defense training and are a great guide for at-home practice. Yeager joined the local police force at age 21. He was a full-time officer for over 10 years, and was a reserve/auxiliary officer for another ten years after that. Yeager has been through numerous training schools as an officer, including training for SWAT.

Self-defense is an immensely powerful tool, not just for protection but for self-empowerment. Knowing that you can defend yourself if the need should arise is one of the greatest things about being an American: In this country, we still have the right to self-defense. This is a freedom too many people take for granted, especially when the liberal left denounces anyone who supports gun ownership.

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The James Yeager Tactical Response channel is just one of many new channels offering top-quality content on, the free speech video-sharing platform founded by Natural News creator Mike Adams. The independent media continues to show that the solution to censorship is more independence, not less. Despite vicious attempts to take down conservative media outlets like InfoWars, the American spirit is not quashed so easily.

Second Amendment more important than ever

If anything, the latest acts of censorship are a great reminder as to why the Second Amendment is so important. While the liberal media scoffs at the notion of Americans ever having to face-off with a tyrannical government, the truth is those tyrants are already here, hiding in plain sight. Facebook, Google, YouTube, Apple and other tech companies have granted themselves a level of power that is barely superseded by the government itself.

The Second Amendment states, “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

And as the Health Ranger has stated in the past, the disarmament of citizens is virtually always a foreshadowing of the tyranny and dictatorship that is soon to follow. “It is only the possession of tens of millions of firearms among the U.S. citizenry that prevents the government from attempting to roll out a total military dictatorship right now,” Adams writes.

Self-defense is not just key to protecting your own life, but really, to keeping the fabric of the United States intact. Without the Second Amendment and people who support it, the U.S. would cease to exist as we know it. See more coverage of stories about our right to bear arms at

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