Tag Archives: Gun Control

Soft Target America… Parkland Florida

I do not want to write this article. I did not want to write the previous article. I hate this topic. I hate the immediate politicization. I hate that 17 families have had a hole ripped into them by the violent choice of one oxygen thief. But above all I hate the sphincter torrent of valueless bloody shirt waiving. There …

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The Number of Bumpstocks Relinquished in Mass. via State PD… 3

While the national debate over bumpfire stocks is still open, the devices themselves under review by the ATF, and silence largerly resonates from the U.S. Congress several states and local municipalities did enact controls after the Las Vegas attack. Massachusetts took a scorched earth approach to the rifle stocks and trigger cranks with a statewide prohibition. Currently owned devices would …

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On HR 3458

From Mike Westra According to a study done by the World Health Organization one person dies every 100 seconds in an armed conflict somewhere in America.  That means in the time it took you to shower and drink your first cup of coffee this morning 20 people died.  In the time it takes you to read this article another 6 …

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The Rhetoric Stays the Same, What You Need To Know

You safely handle and secure your guns. You have passed a local and federal background check. Maybe you even put in the extra effort to get a CCW/CPL concealed license. Self-protection is your concern, and neither you or your guns have caused harm to anyone, just remember that in the weeks to come. The other day when a radical Islamist, …

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Terrorist attacks are Not Mass Shootings, But they are a Gun Control Issue

Let’s be very clear on a few points before the flame wars begin. Though the numbers are skewed to show more than occurred, the US has a mass shooting issue. These events are as deadly as they are because of a Gun control issue. Let’s also be very clear that if we are calling what happened in France earlier this …

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Changing the Narrative Of Gun Rights

It became clear to me it is time to change the narrative about gun rights when I was asked the other day how many live shooter incidents in the U.S. had a concealed weapon carrier come to the rescue. He was looking for statistics over multiple years that show how many people with concealed weapons stopped the criminal. And likewise, how …

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Dissecting the Media’s Slant on the San Bernardino Attack

Yesterday the US faced its deadliest mass shooting since Sandy Hook. Gun control advocates like Hillary Clinton and Pres Obama wasted no time demanding stricter gun control before any facts have been available.  Gun rights groups took to their podiums to declare that California is the gun control capital of the US, and this proves gun control does not work. …

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Is it 2015 or 2012 Politics All Over Again?

It’s starting to feel more and more like the end of 2012 as of late. An easily publicized event has grabbed hold of the nation’s fears and attention. Politicians who have wanted nothing more than to limit the rights of the second amendment, and in truth all of the rights protected by our founding fathers, see the opportunity to feast …

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Best Responsible Gun Ownership Commercial Ever

I am all for gun owners being more responsible but am actively against gun control. A gun owners responsibility initiative by the organization Evolve has really hit the mark on a recent viral ad campaign they produced. Instead of taking away gun owners rights or siding with more gun control they are promoting responsible gun ownership. Something all of us as …

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The Navy Yard Shooting and How Gun Control Failed

Brian Yaklyvich/CNN

On September 16th another mass shooting happened claiming the lives of 12 people and wounded another 8 individuals. This mass shooting like almost all other mass shootings in history happened in a “Gun Free Zone”. As such victims were prohibited from defending themselves and forced to wait for the mercy of the police dept. to come save them.   It …

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