How U.S. News & World Report let a mediocre sci-fi novelist trash President Donald Trump and the NRA to push the publication’s anti-freedom agenda.
John Lott reveals the media’s shameless bias for their false claims about Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke’s master’s thesis.
The Washington Post’s bias is made quite clear when it would rather side with ISIS than the National Rifle Association.
This mindset makes it difficult, even impossible, to have reasonable, fact-based discussions with them about what can be done to make our society even safer.
An opinion piece in The Atlantic, titled “A Constitutional Case for Gun Control,” showed how tangled the mainstream media’s narrative on guns is nationally.
As president of the NRA and a long-time member of its Board of Directors, I’ve seen firsthand why NRA has been so successful in achieving the remarkable track record that honest, hard-working Americans rely on and that our political enemies fear.
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.