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Tag Archives: second amendment
by Michael Reagan
How long would the Norway gunman have lasted in Texas or any state where concealed-carry laws are on the books? I ran a survey while on a cruise: in Texas, 3 minutes; in Montana, 7 to 8 minutes; in Arizona, 2 minutes; and in Nevada, 3 to 5 minutes.
Had Norway not surrendered to the anti-self-defense nuts, and allowed Norwegians to protect themselves by legally carrying guns, the massacre might well have … Read the Rest of this Post
by Doug Book
On July 4th, Acting ATF Director Ken Melson testified for hours before representatives of the Grassley/Issa congressional committees. Personal counsel in tow, Melson made a number of allegations concerning the Department of Justice and two agencies under DOJ control—the FBI and the DEA.
According to his testimony, not only did the DOJ refuse his repeated requests that the ATF be permitted to provide information demanded by the congressional committees, the Department also … Read the Rest of this Post
by Doug Book
On June 30th, Maryland Democratic Congressman Elijah Cummings assembled gun confiscation advocates and Second Amendment foes from across the nation to approach the Project Gunrunner/Fast and Furious debacle by doing what the Left does best: changing the subject.
As it is not in the nature of liberals to allow truth to interfere with their agenda, the Congressman decided to ignore the fact that members of the Obama regime’s ATF had directed the … Read the Rest of this Post
by Doug Brook
Not content to pack off millions of miscreants, impoverished, or labor-averse citizens to the welcoming, welfare-bestowing arms of the United States government, Mexican President Felipe Calderon has decided to hold Americans responsible for his nation’s crime rate, as well. On November 2, 2010, Calderon retained the New York law firm of Reid, Collins, and Tsai to sue American gun manufacturers and dealers for the reputed massive influx of weapons into the otherwise … Read the Rest of this Post
by Doug Book
With the election approaching, Barack Hussein Obama has spared no effort in proclaiming his undying love of his country (the United States, we are told), his veneration of the Constitution, his enduring belief in the power of prayer, and the firm conviction that Americans have the right to keep and bear arms.
But we proletarians who manifest such sentiments had best beware of the Department of Homeland Security … Read the Rest of this Post
by Kevin “Coach” Collins
The double-talking liberal Democrats in Illinois have voted down a Republican measure to demand that those attempting to vote produce a photo ID. The arguments they made were the same shopworn nonsense they always use: “Such a law will discourage voting”; “It disadvantage minority groups”; etc.
In spite of the ever-increasing movement toward photo identification everywhere we look, these people are able to kill photo ID bills. They have … Read the Rest of this Post
by Doug Book
“Although President Obama ran on campaign vows of reinstating the assault weapons ban and closing the gun-show loophole…he’s been all but mute on those issues since entering the White House.” So laments the writer of a post-Tucson article in The Hill. The author is not alone in his belief that Obama has betrayed the Left by apparently abandoning his gun-grabbing ways. The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence gave him … Read the Rest of this Post
by Suzanne Eovaldi
Montana, America’s last best hope, is looking to legislate three common sense initiatives that will point the entire country in the right direction. America as a whole has strayed from the Constitution and our Founding Fathers‘ vision of government, and this state is showing the way back. With its Democratic governor and two Democratic U.S. senators, Montana’s Republican legislature plans to introduce a broad state nullification act that will block any … Read the Rest of this Post
by Doug Book
Last December 14th Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was killed during an Arizona shootout with members of a Mexican drug cartel. But before the facts surrounding this murder could be buried with its victim, David Codrea and Mike Vanderboegh brought the story to the American public. Working with contacts within the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF), these men revealed what is now known as Project “Gunwalker”…the deliberate facilitation by the … Read the Rest of this Post