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Gun Speak

Seventy-five years have passed since George Orwell observed that, when challenged by uncomfortable facts, political advocates often descend into “euphemism, question-begging and sheer cloudy vagueness.”

Because Sometimes the Referees Take Sides

Justice is supposed to be blind, but for that to happen, we need judges who rule by that creed.

Freedom Is An Issue That Stirs Voters

The American gun-control movement has long insisted that public opinion is firmly on its side, and that its aims are thwarted not by their political unpopularity but by the obstinacy of a handful of over-powerful players.

Thank You, Good People with Guns

The correct response to the news that a private citizen has stopped a would-be mass murderer is: “Thank you.” It is not to lament that the citizen’s “split-second heroism has been turned into a PR tool by gun advocates.”

How Media Misinformation About Mass Murderers is Harming Us

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.



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