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There are two elements that are usually present in those young men who have been involved in mass shootings. The first thing is they are usually taking some kind of pharmaceutical drug and the other is that they are either fatherless or have a very distant or weak father. In …
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Several sheriffs have spoken out over the past couple of years against more gun control laws. Now, Elkhart County Sheriff Brad Rogers has taken his stance and made it clear to the Obama administration that he will not submit to unconstitutional executive orders to confiscate guns from Americans in his …
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In the wake of several mass shootings in gun-free zones around the country, the mood of State legislatures supporting the right of citizens to self-protection has gone into hyperdrive. More and more states are choosing to not prohibit law-abiding people from carrying sidearms. Currently, there are only 19 states that directly …
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I make no apologies for opposing the public indoctrination centers we call public schools. Long before Common Core, it was clear to me and to R. L Dabney (1820-1898) that these indoctrination centers were communist to the core. Now, it has been reported that a gun survey was put out …
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Here it comes, folks. On Monday the White House confirmed that President Obama was preparing to take executive action on what he views as ‘America’s gun problem.’ The President is looking to write a series of executive actions that he believes will help us little people control ourselves, seeing as how our legislature has …
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When Obama was unable to get immigration laws passed through Congress, he simply spoke new laws into existence, something the Constitution only invests Congress with the power to do.  While that is tied up in court, he has basically commanded the DHS to stop arresting and deporting illegals.  Now, with …
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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 …
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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 …
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After Sandy Hook, we saw Connecticut, New York, Colorado, Washington state and others pass gun control legislation.  Connecticut, in the fog of the school shootings and media-driven mass hysteria, passed the strictest laws in the entire nation. Now, nearby Vermont is pushing for more gun control, too. But legislators from …
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