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Better training and a strong sense of individual responsibility could have stopped it, at multiple points. Andrew Medina’s recognition of the threat and lack of action is now a classic example of that failure.
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A shocking report shows that there have been 55 laws passed in just the last 5 months with bipartisan support to limit your right to a gun.
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They want your guns. Every right that they take from you brings them one step closer to total power.  So whenever you respond to tragedies like this by joining the chorus of those who demand gun confiscations,  armed teachers, or more controls and restrictions on the 2nd amendment, you are doing exactly what they want you to do.
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It seems like the blame falls always on the NRA and law-abiding gun owners, not the psychopaths who shoot up schools. And that’s exactly why NRA memberships and donations are skyrocketing.
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Is there more to the story of Deputy Fitzsimons, or was it merely an untimely death?
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Would you trust Sheriff’s Israel’s deputies to protect you?
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The findings were so strong that even Cameron Kasky—one of the students formerly involved in touring the country to call for gun control—has tweeted that Israel has got to go.
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The dead in Parkland can’t be “restored”, but it’s a good first job.
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Lefties insist that only police officers should have guns and be able to intervene in school shootings. But they don’t want to hold the officers that failed miserably to do so accountable, because their boss is a Democrat. And so they keep trying to blame the NRA for a preventable school shooting without ever explaining what they would have done to prevent it.
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Lots of us are disappointed after the recent midterm elections. Some of us turned off the news for a few weeks as we recovered. I’ve noticed a series of unexpected pleasant surprises during that time. The seeds of serendipity were planted long before the midterm campaigns began.
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