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In a 5,000-plus word story last month aimed at creating hostility toward guns, the New York Times unknowingly debunked their own gun control fairy tale.
Advocates of personal freedom are winning on guns. Gun ownership has become more pervasive and legal protections for the Second Amendment have expanded.
Forget gun control: Dozens of high-profile shooters share more than an affinity for guns–they share a pill-popping background, including psychotropic drugs.
Dismissing conspiracy theories that presume there’s a plan in D.C. to strip away our guns and rights, there’s a natural “public choice” explanation.
The people in the government who want to control our personal choices are the enemies of freedom. No Fly, No Buy really means no freedom.
Most of the gun control arguments are irrelevant to the central question: Do tighter gun control laws reduce the murder rate?
The Supreme Court again chose not to weigh in on so-called assault weapons bans, refusing to hear a challenge to Connecticut’s ban on semi-automatic rifles.
Healy Baumgardner, Senior Press Representative for Donald Trump, said Democrats are manufacturing a false narrative about guns to take away civil liberties.
In the wake of the Orlando terror attack, two Florida lawmakers announced they have proposed legislation aiming to curb terrorist attacks and gun violence.