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Gun–Grabbers Shoot Themselves in the Foot

Some Opposition Media journos are taking a novel approach to covering guns. They’re actually going hands-on. Hayley Peterson, of Business Insider, decided to buy a gun. She avoided going to a local gun store — presumably because employees are experts on the process — and decided to try Walmart, which is not known for employee expertise or visibility. “I went ...

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NRA Comes Out Swinging Against Attacks, Trump Gun Proposals

The National Rifle Association (NRA) responded forcefully Thursday to attacks on the group following recent mass shootings, and to gun measures proposed by President Donald Trump. The mammoth gun-rights organization, which boasts 5 million members, issued an 18-part statement by tweet to address recent events and proposed legislation following back-to-back shootings over the weekend in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, ...

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Virginia’s Blackface Governor Left Red-faced

Democrats and gun control is a case of Lucy holding and simultaneously trying to kick her own football. For the true believers in Virginia, the next off–year election is always going to be the one that hinges on gun control and returns Democrats to a level of power they haven’t enjoyed since the issue of the day was finally allowing ...

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Obama responds angrily to gun amendment failures in Senate

The Senate voted down the Manchin-Toomey gun background check amendment as four democrats and four republicans crossed the aisle to defeat the measure in a bipartisan vote. “All in all, this was a pretty shameful day for Washington,” Obama blasted in a temper tantrum against gun rights supporters, republicans, conservative democrats and others that prevented the legislation from passing. Ultimately, ...

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New York Times demonstrates why universal background checks will fail

Universal background checks do not work

An article posted on NYTimes.com attempts to convince readers of the reasons that universal background checks should pass. Instead, it demonstrates what the NRA and gun rights activists have said all along – criminals don’t follow the law. Yesterday, The New York Times website posted an investigation into an internet firearms classifieds site in order to make the case that ...

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