About

Need to know more about Jenn Jacques?

First Release: Christian, Wife, Mom, Daughter, Sister, Friend

Extended Version: Second Amendment defender, concealed carry advocate, Bearing Arms editor, writer, foodie, coffee drinker, bacon lover, runner, hunting honey, fishing fool, I camp, wish I had more time to read, not to mention a former private detective, a long time songstress, decorator extraordinaire, hope to limit government overreach, inspire women and move men to fight for this great country of ours.

Bonus Edition: I love Skittles, Pinterest, and warm weather.

Trivia: Did you know? Jenn became the first female editor of a 2nd Amendment/gun news site when she accepted a position with Bob Owens on BA in February 2016.

5 thoughts on “About

  1. Like (probably) many others, I was shocked to read today of Bob Owens’ death yesterday. I desperately hope that a way is found to keep the lights on at BearingArms; like it or not, you’ve been catapulted to chief author. The chief message: that guns are used frequently to save lives and prevent crime (albeit sometimes by ending a criminal) is told better by you and Bob, than anywhere else I’ve discovered.

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  2. Dear JennJacques, I haven’t figure out how to send you an email, so I hope you see this. I think your article on the TARD syndrome is fantastic. Have sent it on to many friends and acquaintances. I’ve only just learned of you and looked at your web site — but am delighted that you are in the world and consider you a social heroine.

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  3. Jenn – appreciated your comment about Gun Owners can’t be Christians. The Pope evidently never looked at Luke 22:36 where Christ is speaking saying, “But now, let him who has a purse take it along, likewise also a bag, and let him who has no sword sell his robe and buy one.” Today you would buy a firearm. The Pope probably also skipped over Luke 11:21 where Christ speaking says, “When a strong man, fully armed, guards his own homestead, his possessions are undisturbed;”

    Just a little support from the “Word.”

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