Imagine What a Pro-Gun Pop-Culture Hero Could Do

Imagine What a Pro-Gun Pop-Culture Hero Could Do

Can the Second Amendment have a real pop-culture hero today? I am talking about a character who understands that guns are a tool of individual freedom and responsibility and who lives that way. A pop-culture hero who, even within today’s political whirlwinds, keeps his core cemented to the beauty of the individual liberty protected within the U.S. Bill of Rights. A character on the iconic scale of 007 who, unlike the actor Daniel Craig, isn’t embarrassed to use the tools of the trade for good. An action hero who, unlike the actor Liam Neeson-who has done fine films like “Taken” yet has also spoken out against our right to keep and bear arms-understands the importance of this very practical individual right. This would be no small thing in this age of anti-heroes, a time when even our military veterans and our heroes in blue are too often treated as if they are deeply flawed men and women. Hollywood has lately brushed up against real heroes. The “John Wick” movie franchise, the Paramount Network’s TV drama “Yellowstone” and some other productions don’t treat guns as if they’re evil sidekicks. Still, guns in these movies and shows mostly appear when something bad is about to happen. They therefore treat guns as a negative necessity for some, not the freeing tools they clearly are in most American’s hands. This is why I created Sid McDaniel, a heroic, pro-Second Amendment character starring in the “Cyber Hunter Series” of thrillers now available on Amazon […]

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