It used to be popular to say, “So goes California, so goes the nation.” These gun-control proposals out of San Jose, Calif., are examples of why people no longer use that saying.
Here is how social-media companies are controlling speech in regard to guns and the Second Amendment ahead of the November election.
America’s gun industry has, of course, been very busy this year. Gun sales are so robust many retailers have found it difficult to keep popular models in stock. Some gun makers have, nevertheless, been affected by the mandatory shutdowns related to this pandemic.
Thanks to President Trump, small businesses and individual gun owners will no longer suffer the longstanding roadblocks imposed by America’s Cold War-era “export” regime for firearms, ammunition and related accessories.
Local officials are depriving their own people and communities of lawful income—directly impacting people’s daily lives, all for the sake of making “statements.”
Venezuela. It was a nation with corruption, crime, poverty—and freedom—and its oil and natural resources attracted people from all over the world. It was a tourist paradise with its 300 beautiful keys and islands and crystal-clear turquoise water. Like many others, Venezuela was an imperfect country, but one that enabled people with perseverance and dedication to fulfill their dreams.