Generally, if one is seeking a legislative change, one tends to have an idea of what that change would actually be. Not U.S. gun controllers.
Had gun controllers’ proposed rules been in place, they would not have prevented America’s recent high-profile mass shootings.
For the average American alive today the odds of being murdered have never been lower — even though Americans possess millions more firearms.
Democrats are pushing legislation to create a secret anti-gun list run by bureaucrats whose job has nothing to do with looking out for your interests.
These are the weapon of choice for serial killers, kidnappers, and racists. The torment must end.
Democrats’ gun sales ban bill gives the U.S. attorney general the discretion to decide whether a person meeting the terrorist watch list criteria should be prevented from purchasing a firearm.
If the anti-gun crowd is going to be honest about its intentions, then it should at least be honest about the devastation its agenda would wreak upon the country.
The Nobel-winning president that the world once loved dropped bombs on his own authority in a hyped gun violence speech last night that mostly highlighted his lame-duck status.
It’s practically impossible to make a gun ban work, and it wouldn’t do much to reduce violence.
What should cause more concern: something that happens at an alarming frequency among a small population or something that happens infrequently among a massive population?
#CocksNotGlocks seeks common-sense regulations of guns. How about these common-sense regulations to prevent some of the harms caused by unregulated sex.
Australia’s gun ban isn’t what the Left wants it to be.
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