Charles C.W. Cooke of National Review returns to speak with America's 1st Freedom Editor in Chief Frank Miniter about the newest contradiction in gun control.
The truth can be a moving target as our understanding evolves with new data, but we must try to hit the target every time and be honest about our mistakes. This, however, isn't what the gun-control crowd tries to do.
The gun-control movement has found that, by focusing its attention on corporations and their boards, they might be able to bypass the democratic process altogether and thereby accomplish their gun-control desires without having to win a single vote.
Having failed for decades to induce the voting public to back its draconian and unconstitutional agenda, the American gun-control movement has hit upon a pernicious alternative to persuasion and political argument: Fear.
Speaking of media bias, when so-called “mainstream” media become proud of their lack of objectivity concerning important issues instead of being ashamed, it’s a sad day for the United States of America.
A new NRA television ad is refuting and invalidating calls to tighten federal gun-control laws coming from the Democratic National Convention.