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WASHINGTON FREE BEACON March 21, 2018 – Washington Free Beacon reporter Stephen Gutowski appeared on “The Ingraham Angle” Monday night to discuss the organizers and money behind the upcoming “March for our Lives” for new gun laws. “It’s just the kids put this all on themselves. They’re very talented kids. The reality is that’s not true. There’s a number of groups that are helping organize this event,” Gutowski said, including Everytown for Gun Safety.[FULL ARTICLE]
BALTIMORE SUN March 20, 2018 – The shooting Tuesday morning at Great Mills High School in St. Mary’s County is terrifying. The gunman, identified as Austin Wyatt Rollins, a 17-year-old student at the school, opened fire in the hallway. He is now dead, and two students are injured, one of them critically. But it’s certainly possible that he would have inflicted much more damage if not for the intervention of a school resource officer, Blaine Gaskill, who confronted Rollins…[FULL ARTICLE]
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - Had the Maryland shooting yesterday claimed more than two innocent victims – one critically wounded and the other surviving – it’s a sure bet that the propaganda media would have covered it non-stop for a week or more, coupled with headline coverage of the March For Our Lives this coming Saturday. But the outcome didn’t fit the good-guy-with-a-gun media narrative. To their credit, we watched both CBS and ABC give credit to the armed and trained school resource officer for ending the threat with a single round from his semi-auto pistol, killing the 17-year old shooter. To repeat: the school shooting could have been far worse had it not been for the officer who, within a single minute, confronted and engaged the shooter who fired back at the officer. But that’s not how the anti-gun New York Daily News saw it. [read more]
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AMERICA’S 1ST FREEDOM.ORG (NRA) March 21, 2018 – NRA Executive Vice President and CEO Wayne LaPierre is using a video to reiterate the messages that the NRA has for school safety and other related issues, while still standing for the right of law-abiding citizens to own…
THE FEDERALIST.COM March 21, 2018 – School shootings have dominated the news cycle and the common theme anti-gunners express is how gun control can somehow solve the problem. The most common gun-control arguments of today go something like this: “These shootings would stop if…
TOWNHALL.COM March 20, 2018 – We’re in a bad place when headlines about a school shooting that “only” wounds a few innocent people come as something of a relief. Regardless of where you stand on gun rights and school safety policy, the frequency of these events at least feels more…
DOI.GOV March 20, 2018 – Yesterday U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke traveled to Horicon, Wisconsin, where he announced more than $1.1 billion in annual national funding for state wildlife agencies from revenues generated by the Pittman-Robertson Wildlife Restoration and Dingell-Johnson Sport Fish…
DAILY SIGNAL.COM March 20, 2018 – Since the shooting in Parkland, Florida, students across the country have shown support for increased restrictions on gun ownership, and the media has given these students massive amounts of attention. As an 18-year-old who supports the Second Amendment,…
BLOOMBERG LP.COM March 20, 2018 – In the world’s most murderous country, gun control is starting to lose its appeal. Desperate Brazilians are wondering whether they’d be better off armed, given that around 60,000 of their compatriots are killed each year. Polls show support…
Sponsored – NSSF.ORG March 20, 2018 – A United States District Court judge has denied Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit brought by four firearms retailers and NSSF challenging the overreaching “Enforcement Notice” issued by her office in 2016 that deprived the retailers of their…
CODY ENTERPRISE March 19, 2018 – While Wyoming is proceeding with plans for a grizzly bear hunt beginning Sept. 1, a federal judge in Missoula, Mont., announced last week he plans to conduct an August hearing on whether or not the U.S. Fish and…
BOB ROGERS | Wednesday, March 21, 2018 — When it comes to guns, the gun controllers now own the media. Anxious to stem losses in ad revenue from their print products, the media has turned to rallying for more gun control following the Parkland, Florida, school shooting by one of their students in mid-February. Joining the rallying cry for another gun ban is likely to have even greater political consequences in the 2020 national elections.
With the somewhat unexpected rise to the presidency of Donald Trump, pro-gun advocates settled in and halted their binge buying of guns that began during the Obama Administration. Fear that the Democrats of that day would try to take away their guns, the gun rights crowd launched the greatest sales movement ever seen. One result was what the anti-gun media labeled the Trump Slump, as gun sales slowed to a crawl following the gun safety net election of Donald Trump. [read more]
JIM MATTHEWS | Wednesday, March 21, 2018 — While it is far from being on the ballot, and even further from gaining voter approval in the California coastal burg of Huntington Beach, a measure has been submitted that would ban all semi-automatic firearms within that Golden State city. It’s just another paving stone on the left’s march to a gun-free world.
The measure’s proponents will have to submit 11,500 valid resident’s signatures by June 2 to qualify the measure for the ballot, according to the California Rifle and Pistol Association (CRPA).
The proposed ballot measure would “ban the possession and sale of semi-automatic and automatic guns and rifles in the City of Huntington Beach.” The new law, if passed by voters, would become effective Jan. 1, 2019, and after a three-moth probation period, it would become a “felony to own, sell, or possess any and all semi-automatic and automatic guns and rifles within the border of the City of Huntington Beach.” [read more]
SHELBY MURDOC |Wednesday, March 15, 2018 — Weapon of war. High-powered assault rifle. Fully automatic. Shoulder thing that goes up.
We’ve all heard a lot of firearms jargon in the gun control discussion over the years. Some of it has even made sense.
Since this latest media meltdown, though, things have really gone over the top. I’m not talking about “clip” vs. “magazine” debates. I’m not talking about what is and is not a “scout rifle” or where the line between “assault rifle” and “battle rifle” technically is drawn. I’m talking about meaningful terms that are important—with crucial ramifications—in the national conversation about the right to keep and bear arms. [read more]
STEVE COMUS | Thursday, March 1, 2018 — Sometimes the easiest way to figure out something is to stand on its head. That’s right. Do the old flip-flop. Look at it from the opposite direction. Transposal may be a way to term it.
That’s what it takes to begin to fathom the gun debate of late. That debate is riddled with opposites that layer riddles atop conundrums. For instance, most mass shootings occur in “gun-free zones.” How can there be shootings where there are no guns?
The common denominators in mass shootings are “masses” of people who are mowed down by shots. That scenario requires that a lot of defenseless people be at the mercy of someone bad. “Someone bad” is the problem. The gun is the tool and there is no logical reason for people to be defenseless. [read more]