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Guns In The News

Who really are the extremists in the debate over firearms? Those who defend rights protected by the U.S. Constitution? Or, is it the people who propose legislation that would eviscerate those rights and try to shame crime victims for defending their lives?

On August 28, 2018, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau instructed Bill Blair, his minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction, to examine the feasibility of “a full ban on handguns and assault weapons in Canada.”

A gunfight is going to be what it’s going to be. It will probably come as a complete surprise. The attack will most likely come much faster than a person expects. And it will undoubtedly involve elements that the person has not thought about.

We have been warning about the coming onslaught of national gun control proposals from congressional Democrats. Now that it is upon us, it is more important than ever before that gun owners remain focused and united in fighting for our rights.

A cop shot a fellow cop in the back—on video—leaving her in critical condition, and the department says he will not face discipline.

He tried to ban guns, detergent, caffeine drinks and transfats.

Either the American people are going to throw off tyranny within, or the tyrants will throw off their rights.

The anti-gun crowd in America has oft scoffed when the NRA has said that attacks on our Second Amendment rights can affect our First Amendment, too. But in Australia, it merely took a handful of complaints about the billboard to cow the Ad Standards group into telling retailer Gun World Australia that its message was a no-no.

“The introduction of the bipartisan background checks bill in the House today marks a critical first step toward strengthening America’s gun laws and making our country a better place to live, work, study, worship and play,” Gabby Giffords claimed in a Tuesday press release. That brief statement holds two lies and a true threat that exposes another lie.

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