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Democrats Prove They Don’t Actually Care About Gun Violence

Democrats, led by President Obama, Hillary Clinton, and organizations like Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety, have turned gun control into a major political priority. In the wake of every mass shooting, including the terrorist attack last week in Orlando, they roll out their rhetoric and throw Republicans and NRA under the bus. But yet, when they have a chance ...

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Orlando Massacre Could Weaken Republican Resolve on Guns

Over the last eight years, Republicans have been viciously and rightfully hammered for their ineffective opposition to Barack Obama’s liberal agenda. All bark and no bite, our elected representatives have managed to brand themselves as obstructionists without, you know, actually obstructing anything. But as justified as this criticism has been, Republicans do deserve credit in one area: Protecting our Second ...

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News From the Future: President Clinton Defends Smart Gun Laws

In the fourth year of her controversial presidency, Hillary Clinton told reporters in Washington that The Smart Gun Act of 2018 was working – despite statistics that appear to show otherwise. “The problem isn’t the smart gun mandate,” President Clinton said. “The problem is that we haven’t yet done enough.” According to the newest figures from the FBI, gun violence ...

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Judge: Sandy Hook Lawsuit May Proceed

Defying predictions (and federal law), Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis ruled Thursday that the Sandy Hook families may proceed with their lawsuit against Remington Arms. Bellis rejected a motion to dismiss, even though the 2005 Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act gives Remington Arms immunity from just this type of litigation. Bellis did not address that law, instead telling ...

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Braindead Professor Calls Cops on ROTC Students

Exactly what is going on at our institutions of higher learning? Is there even an interview process anymore, or do these colleges just hire people straight off the street, stick them in a classroom, and hope for the best? Aren’t these colleges charging students enough that they can afford to hire professors that won’t, oh, call 911 when the ROTC ...

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Respected Gun Advocate Defends Donald Trump

Since the race for South Carolina started heating up, Senator Ted Cruz has relentlessly attacked frontrunner Donald Trump for his inconsistent views on the Second Amendment. On ABC’s “This Week” last Sunday, Cruz said that the Supreme Court vacancy (possibly) awaiting the next president was all the more reason that voters should be wary of Trump. “If Donald Trump becomes ...

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Republicans Sound Off on Obama’s Gun Control

President Obama is expected to announce new executive orders this week that will further deteriorate American gun rights. While we won’t know the form of these actions until he clears them with Attorney General Loretta Lynch, insiders believe they will be primarily aimed at closing the “gun show loophole” by requiring more sellers to run federal background checks. This weekend, ...

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Education Sec: We Need More Gun Control

Outgoing U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan used his final speech to make a case for gun control. Speaking at a Chicago Catholic church on Wednesday, Duncan said that Washington’s failure to implement new gun restrictions represented the “greatest frustration” of his political career. “We have to get guns out of the wrong people’s hands,” said Duncan. “We have to make ...

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Ignorant Liberals and Texas Open Carry

Open carry will become the law of the land in Texas on January 1st, and anti-gun groups (including the mainstream media) simply can’t conceive of any reason for this law. Three prominent grocery store chains – H-E-B, Safeway, and Whole Foods – have opted out of the law due to considerable pressure from Moms Demand Action, the Michael Bloomberg-funded anti-gun ...

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Seattle Judge Upholds Tax on Guns

Last summer, the Seattle city council voted to enact a “gun violence tax,” forcing the city’s law-abiding gun buyers to pay $25 extra to purchase a firearm. The council also placed a tax on ammunition, charging between two and five cents a round, depending on the type. Immediately, the National Rifle Association and other gun-rights groups filed suit, claiming that ...

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