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“The Obama administration was unable to ban America’s most popular sporting rifle through the legislative process, so now it’s trying to ban commonly owned and used ammunition through regulation.” Chris Cox, executive director of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action, has hit the nail on the head. Following the Sandy

The brilliant and funny Steven Crowder recently debunked the favorite liberal myth that the Second Amendment only applies to muskets. The liberal story goes, that the founders couldn’t possibly have foreseen the change in firearm technology and, therefore, only meant for muskets to be allowed freely. Sadly, for liberals, this

Second Amendment opponents are in an uproar after Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore proposed a radical new concept to help curb the rise in rapes on college campuses. Her off-the-wall idea, which is as old as the United States itself, is that women on college campuses be allowed to carry firearms. If these

The anti-Second Amendment sentiment spreading across America like cancer is reaching the same all-time ridiculous lows that our fearmongeringgovernment indoctrination centers, er, schools have been aiming for. If there is one thing all of the police strikes have shown us lately, it’s that not all arrests are “absolutely necessary.” They have

The circus never ends in Washington, DC. Ringling Brothers/Barnum and Bailey missed a golden opportunity to tap into the “clown” show of the elected officials that make up the House and Senate. Case in point is the “clown” Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR). Blumenauer has introduced his “Enough is Enough” plan

Patrick Neville was a student at Columbine High School in 1999 when two young men killed 12 fellow students and one teacher. Now Mr. Neville is a Republican member of the Colorado State House representing Castle Rock. Unlike many of the squeaky wheels covered by the mainstream media, Neville offers

A pair of burglars chose the wrong Michigan house to break into last week. James Wasson and Rhonda Steward scoped out a North Branch Township home on January 30. They knocked on all the doors, and when no one answered, they forced their way inside. Wasson entered one of the home’s bathrooms

In the wake of the Sandy Hook school shooting politicians from coast-to-coast attempted to push through legislation that would ban a host of guns, magazines, and accessories. Though their efforts failed for the most part, those who would take away our ability to defend ourselves always have another tyrannical card

According to a newly disclosed e-mail, the DEA and ATF collaborated on plans to monitor gun show attendees with automatic license plate readers. The e-mail was released by the ACLU through the Freedom of Information Act. The email, which is from April 2006 states the “DEA Phoenix Division Office is

In Texas, 1999, a U.S. District Judge, Sam Cummings ruled in a domestic abuse case that the second amendment guaranteed an individual the right to keep and bear arms. There was naturally blowback from this decision. His detractors claimed he neglected to follow usual judicial practice. You see, his sin