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Standing Guard | Sessions Seeks Justice For Victims, Consequences For Criminals

Standing Guard | Sessions Seeks Justice For Victims, Consequences For Criminals

Wayne LaPierre discusses Attorney General Jeff Sessions' new emphasis on prosecuting violent criminals.
Baltimore Violence Continues Over “Murder-Free” Weekend

Baltimore Violence Continues Over “Murder-Free” Weekend

Cam Edwards explores the runaway murder rate in Baltimore, and what can be done to...
Would Gun-Banners Rather Nicole Carney Had Been Murdered?

Would Gun-Banners Rather Nicole Carney Had Been Murdered?

Darren LaSorte explores how gun-ban advocates who push to disarm abused women—like Nicole Carney—really don’t...
The Armed Citizen® | Illinois

The Armed Citizen® | Illinois

Illinois residents face their fair share of crime. Fortunately, many are armed and willing to...
In Response To Violence Against Police, NRA Launches New Initiative

In Response To Violence Against Police, NRA Launches New Initiative

As violence against police officers increases, the National Rifle Association chooses to “Back the Blue.”
Finding America’s Murder Problem

Finding America’s Murder Problem

Researcher and criminologist John R. Lott, Jr. explains why the notion of a nationwide murder...
Anti-Gun Comedians: Lies Haven’t Worked So They’re Trying Wisecracks

Anti-Gun Comedians: Lies Haven’t Worked So They’re Trying Wisecracks

Frank Miniter explores how leftist comedians are trying to mock our right to keep and...

Baltimore’s Violent Criminals Don’t Fear Arrest And Prosecution

In a report at cbsnews.com, Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis admitted that the violent criminals...
Why Does Salon.com Have To Lie To Make A Point?

Why Does Salon.com Have To Lie To Make A Point?

If Salon.com really believes “lax gun laws” and “easy access to firearms” cause terror attacks,...
Sessions’ Enforcement Of Gun Laws Will Save Lives In Inner Cities

Sessions’ Enforcement Of Gun Laws Will Save Lives In Inner Cities

NRA EVP Wayne LaPierre explores how Attorney General Jeff Sessions intends to curtail the rising...
AG Sessions Signals End To Federal Interference In Local Policing

AG Sessions Signals End To Federal Interference In Local Policing

AWR Hawkins explores how Attorney General Jeff Sessions is rolling back the Justice Department’s interference...

Illinois Lawmakers Propose Tougher Sentencing To Fight Chicago Violence

In an attempt to curtail runaway violence in Chicago, where murders are already outpacing last...
The Left’s Schizophrenic Approach To Guns And Criminal Justice

The Left’s Schizophrenic Approach To Guns And Criminal Justice

What is it that gun-ban advocates don’t understand about prosecuting violent criminals?
Here’s How A TV Crime Drama Solved Criminal Use Of Guns

Here’s How A TV Crime Drama Solved Criminal Use Of Guns

Frank Miniter takes a look at a recent episode of the television program “Arrow,” and...

Gun Control Poster City Again On Record Murder Pace

It’s been a grim beginning to 2017 for the Windy City. The Chicago Police Department...
Newest Fake News—NRA Is Responsible For Chicago Murder

Newest Fake News—NRA Is Responsible For Chicago Murder

New A1F Daily contributor AWR Hawkins looks at the media’s disingenuous attempt to help an...

Chicago Off To Even Deadlier Start Than Last Year

Coming off a grim year in which it racked up 762 homicides—more than New York...
Who Can—And Who Can’t—Solve Chicago’s Murder Problem

Who Can—And Who Can’t—Solve Chicago’s Murder Problem

Cam Edwards looks at Chicago’s runaway 2016 murder rate and offers some real solutions.

Gun-Control Poster City Ends Year With Record Homicide Numbers

While several of America’s largest cities saw a rise in homicides last year, none had...
Milwaukee Police Chief Blames Right To Carry For Crime

Milwaukee Police Chief Blames Right To Carry For Crime

Milwaukee’s police chief seeks to blame honest people for his own department’s apparent dereliction.
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