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Dylann Roof attended a prayer meeting at Charleston, S.C.’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. After about an hour, he pulled a gun and shot nine Christians dead. South Carolina’s gun laws did nothing to stop this homicidal racist from going on a rampage inside a house of worship. South Carolina

Just hours after the tragic shooting in a South Carolina church, President Barack Obama resumed his fanatical war on the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding gun owners. “Now’s the time for mourning and for healing, but let’s be clear — at some point we as a country will have to

The blogosphere is sounding off about a pending new Obama policy that would impact not only the 2nd Amendment, but the 1st Amendment as well. As incredible as it seems, individuals would be in violation by “merely posting information on the Internet about common firearms” which “could be interpreted as

In an amazing and perhaps a bit surprising win for freedom, the legislators in the deeply purple state of Maine have just passed a bill that would abolish the need for concealed carry permits and allow residents (over the age of 21) to carry firearms freely. The 83-62 vote increases the likelihood

From Charles Cooke’s piece on National Review Online: “Carol Bowne is dead — murdered in cold blood on her own property by a violent criminal who would not be restrained by good intentions. But there is no smoking gun, because she lived and died in New Jersey. “”Bowne was a

For an administration that was supposed to be the most transparent in American history, the one under Obama has been everything but transparent. Of course, that’s just one of the 1,063 plus examples of lies, criminal activity and treason perpetrated by Obama and his administration. There appears to be no

On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Muslim woman who sued Abercrombie & Fitch on the basis of discrimination because they denied her a job because she refused the dress code banning head scarves while at work. First of all, I wonder if the court would rule in

How often do you see a government respond logically to a problem? Never? Well, now we have one logical response from the Lone Star State. Texas lawmakers have been debating several gun rights bills for a while now, including a bill that would allow gun owners to carry-concealed on college campuses. Students

New York House Representative Carolyn Maloney has introduced a new bill that would force gun owners to have liability insurance or face fines of up to $10,000. According to Maloney, the stipulations in The Firearms Risk Protection Act would curb gun violence, much like car insurance has lowered vehicle fatalities

On Tuesday, the Texas State House approved a bill that would require public universities to allow concealed handguns on campus. The bill, which originated in the Senate, was passed minutes before its midnight deadline. A final vote in the House, and further negotiations with the Senate will determine whether it