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Data on Red State Credit Debt Doesn’t Address the Facts

If there’s something negative going on in America, you can bet your bottom dollar that the liberal media will find a way to blame it on the Conservatives. Unfortunately, you might have to make that a cash bet because the news says that you’re deep in debt. Earlier this month, the liberal press reported on America’s all-time high outstanding revolving ...

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Liberal Reaction to Trump Cornstarch Attack Proof That Snowflakes Aren’t So Sensitive After All

The liberal elite always claim to be more progressive than the rest of us. They pride themselves on standing up for the rights of groups that are supposedly marginalized. Whether it’s gay people who are arguably doing much better than most or individuals who identify as transgender, Democrats like to present themselves as the torchbearers for the minorities in this country. ...

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Federal Reserve Signals Time to Pay Off Credit Debt

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The average American is always trying to pay down their student loans and credit card debt, but the Federal Reserve has said that consumer borrowing jumped by a staggering 8.8 percent back in November, a surge that’s the biggest they’ve seen in two years. Now is definitely the time for Americans to pay off their debts and here’s why. Credit ...

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Seizure Notices Spike as the FBI Scrambles for Credibility

They say any publicity is good publicity, but you probably wouldn’t say that about the press that the FBI has been getting lately. Its National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) has been under a national spotlight ever since the horrific shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, when the mentally unstable shooter, Devin Patrick Kelley, was able to purchase a firearm ...

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Gun Theft is on the Rise This Year – How To Stay Safe

A stolen firearm is every gun owner’s worst nightmare. If you don’t have insurance on it, you’ll be out whatever the gun was worth. Even if you do, it’s still a huge inconvenience, and you could be looking at potential legal problems if your gun gets used in a crime and you didn’t notice it was stolen. Unfortunately, gun theft ...

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California’s Bullet Button Ban Has Only Led to More Featureless Rifles

California has long been one of the states with the strictest gun laws, and in 1989, it became the first state to implement an assault weapons ban. That eventually led to the creation of the bullet button, a device that allowed Californians to own modified versions of rifles that the state considered an assault weapon, including the popular AR-15. In ...

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Prevent Terrorists From Getting American Guns

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In order to stop the threat of ISIS in Southeast Asia, the US government must take measures to cut off ISIS’ access to firearms from the United States. A few days ago, Reuters reported that the Trump administration is preparing legislation that would make it easier for American gun manufacturers to sell weapons abroad. Aides are supposedly preparing to shift ...

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Does Amazon Sell Fake Products For Shooters?

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The answer is yes. The recent news that Amazon is giving refunds to huge numbers of people who fear they might have bought fake glasses for viewing the solar eclipse has thrown a spotlight on the fact that Amazon is full of fake products. Have even a quick glance at the process – or rather the lack of one – ...

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In the Wake of Charlottesville, Second Amendment Rights are Under Fire

After White Nationalists and their counterparts caused violence to erupt in Charlottesville, Virginia back in August, Americans witnessed a very odd occurrence. Suddenly, Virginia bureaucrats sought to impinge on our constitutional right to bear arms. First, Va governor Terry McAuliffe very publicly and very falsely alleged that “eighty percent of the people here had semiautomatic weapons,” and even went so ...

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Finally, We Can Say Goodbye To Obama’s “Overtime Rule”

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It’s an old story, but it just doesn’t seem to go away: the federal government seems determined to interfere in almost every aspect of life and business in our country, whether it be new rules on autonomous cars or who needs to be paid for overtime. In this last respect, though, there is some good news. Earlier this month, a judge ...

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