If you set out to write a parody of gun control, it might look like the real news from London, where guns don’t kill people, knives do.
Many Americans think our permissive gun laws beget carnage. The question this faction seems unable to answer is how any good person could disagree.
After I thought about it, I realized the question of whether reducing guns in a society will lead to fewer murders is a testable hypothesis.
Gun control advocates rarely state their views so bluntly, but they think Second Amendment rights should be sacrificed solely to assuage their fears.
In a triumph of helicopter parenting, the ‘student-led’ March for Our Lives protest turns out to have been mostly organized and paid for by adult activists.
How many Supreme Court justices have to publicly support repeal of the Second Amendment for gun owners to take them seriously without ridicule?
A generation of progressive activists have grown up with the same fear, paranoia, social disdain, and prejudice that I did, and they are leading massive advocacy groups today.
Remington’s decline has been long and obvious to anyone paying attention to their falling standards in quality control and gross corporate mismanagement.
For too long now veterans have taken the patriotic respect of Americans and used it like a Get Out Of Jail Free card in Monopoly.
Every school shooting has two factors in common: guns and a violent person. So, let’s pretend we can get rid of one and see how the other works on its own.
Marches are not only antithetical to the aesthetics of republicanism, but, quite often, they’re antithetical to its purpose.
Why is my students’ attention focused on a far-away shooting they know nothing about while a classmate’s murder remains unsolved and unpublicized one year later?
These rallies blamed the NRA for something out of its control. Yet they spent virtually no time on those who actually have control: law enforcement.
We are told the Parkland kids have defined their generation. We’ve been told this before, and it’s always wrong.
‘You’ve heard people say: ‘You’ll have to pry my gun from my cold, dead hands. . .’
At the demonstration in the nation’s capitol, a dozen celebrities were in attendance and several — Miley Cyrus, Ariana Grande, and Demi Lovato — took the main stage to perform.
Just like the climate change cabal, powerful gun control interests hide behind the façade of children to promote their policy agenda.
Mass schooling has for generations propelled the sort of unthinking, hyper-emotional, obedience to authority, and mass mobilization we see in March for Our Lives kids.
An attorney and former sniper team leader for the U.S. Army explains why 10 of the most common gun control arguments don’t make sense.
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