If we were to take not just a twenty year snapshot, but rather an 100 year panoramic shot, we would see that America is a much more violent place than it was 100 years ago. Murders were exceedingly rare, violent crimes were few and far between and the populace was shocked when violent crimes occurred.Read more ›
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If guns are the killers, as liberal talking ceaselessly presumes, then conservatives must ask some tough questions on the topic. Commentator Bill Whittle takes the lib presumption to its logical conclusion in the wake of the mass shootings in Oregon.Read more ›
Last July, the Obama administration’s U.S. Sentencing Commission decided it would be retroactively reducing federal criminal sentences. Let’s call it what it is: Mass early criminal release.Read more ›
What is it about the guns used in these crimes that made these guns different than the 300 million other guns in America that didn’t “choose” to shoot innocent people? Is it really the steel? Do we need steel control? Is it really the fault of inanimate objects of steel? Or is it about what virtually everything today (according to the Left) is about: the escape from responsibility?Read more ›
In light of the violence across America where a criminal uses a weapon to commit a crime, it is of interest to take note of the blatant hypocrisy of those who are to serve the people. This happens when they attempt to try and do a disservice by asking those they serve to do the opposite of what it is that they do.Read more ›
It didn’t take long for The Man Who Would Be King to try to exploit last week’s tragedy in Oregon to advance his anti-gun agenda. Talk about shameless political pandering. He may have set a new record, even for the Imperial President. He heads to Roseburg today, doubtless to make things worse.Read more ›
The problem we are dealing with is not a problem with guns, but the absence of them. When people carry arms, the world is a whole lot safer place. These mass shootings seem to occur in places where guns are either banned, or you’d never expect them to be there.Read more ›