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This kind of thing is going to keep happening as long as the medical community continues to pump our young people full of anti-psychotic and anti-depressant medications.
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The Marine veteran who murdered 12 people in California this week had PTSD and was likely prescribed medications tied to most mass shootings.
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The 24-year-old who killed two and wounded 10 others after losing a video game this weekend had taken psychiatric medication linked to suicide and violence.
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Another bill was re-introduced in the Senate by Marco Rubio (Rino-FL) that would do the same as Representative Susan Brooks’ HR 5717, enable the Attorney General to give taxpayer dollars to states that pass their own “Red Flag Gun Confiscation Laws.”
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“I do believe, because in this Congress…there is bipartisan legislation to have common sense background checks to prevent guns going into the wrong hands. It doesn’t cover everything, but it will save many lives,” Pelosi said on CNN’s “Cuomo Prime Time.” It will do no such thing.
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No science can be better than its linguistic apparatus allows it to be. And the language of psychiatry (and psychoanalysis) is fundamentally unfaithful to its own subjects: in it, imitating medicine comes before telling the truth.
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We have seen that mass shootings can happen literally anywhere.  We have raised a valueless generation that has no moral foundation, and we have pumped them full of all sorts of pharmaceutical drugs that are messing with their heads.
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The suspect in the Annapolis Shooting did not carry an ID and mutilated his own fingers so that he would not be identified by police.
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The American Medical Association is attempting to present gun ownership as a public health crisis. This began under President Obama’s Surgeon General Vivek Murthy.
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When an off-duty security guard opened fire inside of a restaurant, he was stopped by armed citizens—and there are a few reasons why the story has vanished from headlines.
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