A recent survey found that more than two-thirds of voters favor living in areas where citizens can be armed for self-defense. This is a traditional value, backed by the Constitution and a 2008 Supreme Court decision.
Americans Prefer Living in Neighborhoods With Guns, Rasmussen Reports, June 12, 2015
American Voters overwhelming prefer living in a neighborhood where […]
A future Mexicanized and liberally diverse America will likely be different in ways that most citizens have not imagined, beyond the presence of an imported voting block that will vote Democrat no matter what. Hispanics are culturally inclined to big government which makes them perfect liberals, along with their other drawbacks, like disinterest in education, […]
President Obama is sending signals that his second term will assault citizenship in even more targeted ways. Not only has he promised to reward millions of lawbreaking illegal alien foreigners with all the privileges of Americans, but now we learn that he wants to loosen requirements for immigrants to purchase firearms. New gun rights for […]
Our intelligent simian friends are not up to the responsibility of firearms, as illustrated below.
The June 15 hearing held by the House Oversight Committee examining the ATF’s curious scheme of purposely allowing thousands of firearms to reach Mexican drug cartels did not crack the answer of who authorized the program and to what purpose, but did clarify how crazy evil it was. Chairman Darrell Issa says that high-level officials […]
After the shooting of Rep. Gabriel Giffords by a disturbed college dropout, I wrote that the crime was a failure of the community to demand mental health treatment for the young man, rather than of gun control (e.g. PBS Examines Mental Health Intervention in Light of Giffords Shooting).
Pima Community College knew very well that Jared […]
The similarities and differences of the Tucson shooting and the Virginia Tech mass murder are instructive, so it’s a little surprising that the MSM has not been more interested in exploring comparisons. In both cases, the schools faced a disruptive student who was potentially violent, but different steps were taken.
At Virginia Tech, authorities shrank back […]