The data shows that the bulk of violent crimes in major cities are perpetrated by small numbers of known criminals. Rather that subjecting those criminals to vigorous prosecution, soft-on-crime prosecutors and politicians would rather blame law-abiding gun owners.
We are seeing the biggest spike in crime in more than 20 years due to the Biden administration's failures.
Number police responses to knife incidents in U.K. reached over 44,000 this year.
In promoting itself, The Washington Post advertises that, “If you don’t get it … you don’t get it.”
The newspaper published an article criticizing Attorney General Jeff Sessions for cracking down on gun crime by enforcing existing laws.
Politicians never wait long to call for more gun laws after some shootings. But let’s go back to the basics and enforce the laws we already have on the books before we make it harder for ordinary citizens to get guns for protection.
NRA EVP Wayne LaPierre explores how Attorney General Jeff Sessions intends to curtail the rising violent crime in some big cities.
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.