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Democrats Play the Fear Card

With the war of words heating up over the Department of Homeland Security’s spending bill, there was surprise and skepticism when Secretary Jeh Johnson toured the Sunday news shows with warnings of a terrorist threat targeting the Mall of America in Minneapolis. “I would say that, if anyone is planning to go to the Mall of America today, they have ...

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Bloomberg Wants to Take Guns From Young Minorities

In a speech that will doubtlessly split the left, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg told the Aspen Institute on Friday that it was time for cities to ban minority males between the ages of 15 and 25 from owning guns. According to the anti-gun activist, “95 percent of all murders fall into this category,” and getting guns away ...

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Democrats Now Want to Ban Body Armor

In his pursuit of the “modern progressive agenda,” California Representative Mike Honda has introduced a piece of legislation that would make it illegal for American citizens to own certain kinds of body armor. The bill – H.R. 378 – would ban the ownership of Type III body armor and enforce that ban with a prison sentence of up to 10 ...

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Gun Buybacks: An Opportunity for Profit

When states and municipalities began developing “gun buyback” events, they saw them as a way to get dangerous firearms off the streets. With a strict no-questions-asked policy in place, the community was encouraged to come in, turn in their guns, and get some nominal present in return. In some cases, it’s cash, in others, it’s sneakers. In Oregon this month, ...

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HBO’s Bryant Gumbel: NRA are “Pigs”

In an interview with Rolling Stone, host Bryant Gumbel insisted that the National Rifle Association was one of the worst things to ever happen to the United States. “There are few things I hate more than the NRA,” said Gumbel. “I mean, truly. I think they’re pigs. I think they don’t care about human life. I think they are a ...

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The Ominous Story of Donald Montgomery

If you proclaim allegiance to Islam and Marxism, fight endlessly for the destruction of everything the United States stands for, and practice the kind of political thuggery common to Chicago, they’ll put you in the White House. If you serve your country with distinction, dedicate your life to standing on the thin blue line between criminals and civilized society, and ...

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We Need Stronger Second Amendment Education

For years, liberals have inched their way towards public school domination in this country. Even under Republican administrations, school curricula have veered to the left, changing what teachers teach in subtle ways intended to indoctrinate politically as much as educate. It’s time to start fighting back, and the Second Amendment is as good a place to start as any. South ...

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Is the Second Amendment Misinterpreted?

According to a recent op-ed in the Huffington Post, the weakest pro-gun argument “is the constitutional one.” Writer Nick Desai cites former Chief Justice Warren Burger to buttress his claim that the common interpretation of the right to bear arms is a “fraud.” It was never meant to protect private gun rights, and the only people who think it does ...

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Doctors Being Encouraged to Ask Patients About Guns

When Dr. Vivek Murthy was confirmed as the nation’s next surgeon general, politicians on both sides of the aisle expressed dismay. This was a guy who had come out forcefully in favor of gun control, having labeled firearms as a “public health threat.” But while Dr. Murthy has promised not to use his position as a bully pulpit for politically-divisive ...

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Black Friday Heralds Gun-Buying Boom

According to the early estimates, Black Friday shopping was down about 11 percent this year compared to last year, with much of the gap being filled by online retailers. However, there was one sector of the retail market that managed to defy expectations in 2014: gun sales. According to the federal background check system, more than 175,000 checks were performed ...

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