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REAL CLEAR POLITICS.COM December 15, 2017 – At Thursday’s press briefing, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked about the fifth anniversary of the Sandy Hook massacre and what can be done to prevent another tragedy of that magnitude from happening by CBS News correspondent Margaret Brennan. The full video of Thursday’s briefing below the transcript.[FULL ARTICLE]
PR NET December 15, 2017 – Frontier Tactical announces the acceptance of cryptocurrency. The amazing response to the cryptocurrency trends has not been lost on the company leading innovation in the firearms industry. Arguments can be made that the shooting sports industry has been one of the slowest to harness new technologies. That image of the industry may soon change.[FULL ARTICLE]
THE PATRIOT POST.COM December 15, 2017 – One of the main problems in the gun debate is the fact that gun control proponents always focus on the tool causing injuries or deaths, while conveniently neglecting the fact that guns save a significant number of…
AZFAMILY.COM December 15, 2017 – A 6-year-old South Carolina girl took home a huge deer during a recent hunting trip, according to her proud father, Zach Phillips. Phillips said he taught Chloe, his first child, how to hunt at the age of 5, in keeping…
MY SAN ANTONIO.COM December 14, 2017 – A family that lost three members in the Sutherland Springs massacre has filed a lawsuit against the store where the shooter purchased weapons, according to documents obtained by mySA.com. The Ward and Lookingbill family is seeking $25 million…
CNN.COM December 14, 2015 – This is the story of how media hysteria and failed policy; industry pressures and consumer demand; blood and money helped turn an ugly, unwanted semi-automatic rifle into the most popular rifle in America.
KULR8 NBC December 13, 2017 – When it comes to thoughtful gift giving a nice sweater, jewelry, or maybe a new tech toy is what you may be planning to buy a loved one this year, but for many people , perhaps a child coming…
ABC NEWS December 14, 2017 – The secretary at the Rancho Tehama Elementary School made a split-second decision on a Tuesday morning last month: to get all the children inside the building within seconds of hearing gunshots.
THE TRACE.COM December 14, 2017 – One of the guns inside Sidney Middle School, the only one visible to the 1,000 students who stream through the glass-paneled doors each day, is kept holstered on Rick Cron’s belt. The others are kept out of sight. …
THE HILL.COM December 14, 2017 – Slightly more than half of U.S. gun owners say that mass shootings are something a free society has to accept, according to a CBS News/YouGov poll released Thursday.
BOB ROGERS | Thursday, December 14, 2017 - It has become commonplace for gun control groups and their media conscripts to creatively select words that would seemingly fit their anti-gun agenda. Example: Switch from saying ‘gun violence” to saying “gun safety.” Kind of a calming effect for the weak of heart and frightened at the sight of a gun displayed by anyone not a police officer. Yet they have become inured to cops packing heat because they’re used to the reality that cops carry guns for self-protection. There are upwards of 323,000,000 (million) citizens in America and only 875,000 cops. On a one-to-one basis, that’s one cop for every 369,143 citizens. Obviously, unless some of those citizens are armed and trained for self-protection, they’re like sitting ducks in a carnival shooting gallery. [read more]
STEVE COMUS | Friday, December 1, 2017 —
Benjamin Franklin, among others, has been quoted with the fable:
“For the want of a nail the shoe was lost,
For the want of a shoe the horse was lost,
For the want of a horse the rider was lost,
For the want of a rider the battle was lost,
For the want of a battle the kingdom was lost,
And all for the want of a horseshoe-nail.”
For want of some data, innocent citizens are being killed by criminals who should not have been allowed to buy guns in the first place. [read more]
SHELBY MURDOC | Wednesday, November 15, 2017 — A recent report reveals that airport security failed to catch over 70 percent of the weapons that testers attempted to sneak through TSA checkpoints. While anyone who has been inconvenienced by the lines and hassle of airport screening should be outraged at this incompetence, we should also be asking what this staggering failure means for strict gun control proposals. If a federal agency charged with one mission—keeping airline travel safe and secure—cannot manage to find weapons at a very carefully controlled checkpoint, how can anyone hope to ensure a truly gun-free environment? [read more]