Are You a Hypocrite for Supporting Gun Rights and Opposing Abortion?

Lots of leftists love to point out the “blatant hypocrisy” of supporting gun rights (or the death penalty, on a different topic) while opposing abortion. Recently, the Daily Show’s Trevor Noah commented: Imagine if we could bring some of that pro-life passion into being more, well, pro-life. But right now, [pro-lifers are] more like comic […]

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Do States With More Gun Laws Have Fewer Gun Deaths?

Obama made this statement in the aftermath of the Oregon shooting, probably in an effort to convince an already reeling American public to support more gun laws: We know that states with the most gun laws tend to have the fewest gun deaths. So the notion that gun laws don’t work, or just will make […]

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Realistic Gun T-Shirts Have Good Intentions but Dangerous Risks

Paul Liebe has started selling realistic gun T-shirts from his Colorado business, Nitelife Billiards. The T-shirts, with realistic prints of guns in holsters, are designed to be conversation-starters about the second amendment: “Freedom of speech, it’s your right, and it just has a little kick on the side,” Liebe said. Among the cue balls and […]

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Gun Control PSA Encourages Kids to Steal Guns

A controversial gun control PSA depicts a glum-faced child stealing his parents’ hand-gun, taking it to school, and slamming it down on his teacher’s desk crying, “Can you take this away? I don’t feel safe with a gun in my house!” As you might expect, this gun control PSA has not been lightly received on […]

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Operation Choke Point Illegally Restricts 2nd Amendment

Obama recently unveiled Operation Choke Point, an executive cocktail intended to force banks and payment processors to divine what their customers are using their services to procure—and prohibit such sales/transactions if they fall under a wide range of “high-risk” goods of services. Well, prohibit is the wrong word. Operation Choke Point isn’t a law. It’s […]

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One Thing Hillary Clinton Got Very Right

In a recent town hall meeting, Hillary Clinton said something, uncharacteristically, accurate and insightful. She didn’t know it was true when she said it, mind you. She was talking about gun control, and unbeknownst to her, she said something quite right: We cannot let a minority of people—and that’s what it is, it is a […]

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Santa Barbara Mass Shooter a Perfect Product of Hollywood

Richard Martinez , a grieving father of one of the victims of the recent Santa Barbara mass shooting, offered his explanation for who was to blame for his son’s death: Why did Chris die? Chris died because of craven, irresponsible politicians and the NRA. They talk about gun rights, what about Chris’s right to live? […]

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Hillary Clinton and the Deranged Anti-Gun Narrative

Recently, Hillary Clinton painted a grim picture of a world where guns were entirely deregulated. Her description of a pro-gun world reveals the deep paranoia and delusion that hangs over the anti-gun lobby like a fog: At the rate we’re going, we’re going to have so many people with guns everywhere, fully licensed, fully validated, […]

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Harry Reid Calls Bundy Supporters Domestic Terrorists

You may hate Harry Reid. But at least the guy states his opinion. So, if you were wondering what big-government robots really think of Cliven Bundy and those that supported him, look no further than Harry Reid. He says they’re domestic terrorists. Take a look at his actual comments: Those people who hold themselves out to […]

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School Objects to Pictures of Guns … in Gun-Free Zone Signs

Sometimes the soft-headed absurdity of the effete left leaves me wondering how so many people came to appear so much like parodies of themselves. Apparently administrators at a school in Chicago are up in “arms” about gun-free zone signs they are being asked to post on their property. They are angry because the signs contain pictures of […]

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