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How To Stop Violent Crime

Wayne LaPierre takes on the president with the real solution to violent crime.

Violent Crime Surges In L.A.

Los Angeles is the latest big city reporting an uptick in violent crime this year

Health-Care Workers Cannot Fight Violent Crime

Whatever arguments may exist for limiting the role of the police in American life, they cannot be applied seriously to issues involving violent crime.

Sessions Promotes Project Exile To Fight Violent Crime

Attorney General Jeff Sessions encouraged cities to utilize decades-old strategies to fight violent crime, focusing on the aggressive prosecution of gun offenses under federal laws, instead of weaker state statutes.

San Bernardino: Violent Crime High, Prosecutions Low

San Bernardino, Calif., location of the deadly terrorist attack late last year that killed 14, is experiencing a sharp jump in violent crime this year, leaving city and law enforcement officials wondering why.

What The Mainstream Media Won’t Tell You About Violent Crime

Annually, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) publishes national data on the prevalence of crimes of all types. Recently, the FBI’s “2018 Crime Statistics” revealed that, yet again, violent crime in America has declined.

Violent Crime Up Across The Country, With An 11% Rise In Murders

According to an FBI crime report, there was a rise in violent crime last year nationwide. Unsurprisingly, some of the largest increases were in cities with strict gun control laws, including Chicago; Washington, D.C.; and Baltimore.

New York: Fears Of Violent Crime, Clinton Presidency Bolster Pistol Permit Applications

Amid rising violent crime rates and fears about the outcome of the upcoming elections, gun owners in New York are applying for pistol permits in record numbers.

New Orleans Forms Special Unit To Battle Violent Crime

The city of New Orleans—in the grip of rising violent crime that’s seen more than 100 wounded and 32 murdered by gunfire this year, per police data collected by The Times-Pacayune—is taking action. “We’re going to take the fight to the bad guys instead of waiting for the bad guys,” Police Superintendent Michael Harrison told Nola.com.

The Violent Crime Rate Keeps Dropping: Why Doesn’t The Mainstream Media Report This?

If we want people to know the truth about violent crimes and the inverse relationship between the numbers of firearms compared to violent-crime rates, we must tell our fellow citizens ourselves.

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