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“To be prepared for war is one of the most effective means of preserving peace.” – President George Washington America knows that one great obstacle this criminal administration is trying to get over is the disarming of the American people. If it is not President Barack Hussein Obama blaming the American

Heckler & Koch VP9 is a relatively new entrant to the striker-fired handgun arena from the company that originated, and then stepped away from, double-action only pistols for decades. Maybe HK was waiting to have enough innovative features that could do more than replicate familiar ones in today’s market. If

It’s pretty obvious the system is making an example out of this guy to deter others from following in his footsteps. Eighteen-year-old mechanical engineering student Austin Haughwout of Connecticut put up a video called “Flying Gun” back on July 10th that shows his homemade drone hovering off the ground and

In the wake of Thursday night’s Louisiana shooting, the media has made much ado about the President’s “prediction” that law gun control laws would lead to more shootings. But the reality is that strict gun control laws made Thursday night’s shooting at the Lafayette Grand Theater possible. While facts are

Yesterday, a dead body was found in a parked car in the Southern California neighborhood of Pacific Palisades. The body, which had been decomposing in the car for 10 days, has since been identified as Jeffrey Alan Lash by his long time girlfriend and fiance, Catherine Nebron. However, the fact

Like clockwork, the Chattanooga shooting produced the same results as every other mass shooting in recent memory. The gun grabbers came out of the woodwork, demanding more restrictions and regulations for gun sellers and owners. The gun culture promptly responded by, you guessed it, buying more guns. Within hours after

Harvard Law School was embarrassed recently when one of its graduates, the putative President of the United States, demonstrated that he was unaware that the supreme Court has constitutional authority to declare an act of Congress unconstitutional.1 And after reading a recent paper by Harvard law professor Einer Elhauge, one

No! When you look at it from the perspective of limiting the federal government to its “enumerated powers”, it all becomes very easy and clear. We haven’t been looking at it this way because we are so ignorant of our Constitution that we don’t know that it delegates “enumerated powers”

The latest round of rubbish flooding our in boxes is an ignorant rant claiming that the Dick Act of 1902 (which respects our Right to be armed) can’t be repealed because to do so would “violate bills of attainder and ex post facto laws”. Who dreams up this stuff? Does

It wasn’t that long ago that we were experiencing severe ammunition and firearm shortages. The prices for pretty much every kind of weapon reached outrageous levels, and there was a waiting list for just about everything gun related. But over the past two years or so, the cost of firearms