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Standing Guard | NRA Protects Americans From Chicago's Violent New Normal

It can only be Chicago, where some officials are glowing over slight decreases in homicides and shootings in that city in 2018.

Anti-Gun Researcher Refutes His Own Anti-Gun Conclusion

Dr. Garen Wintemute’s latest contribution to “the prevention of firearm violence” comes in the form of a perspective column published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Bankrolling Gun Bans

John Arnold—who made a fortune at Enron—and his wife Laura have added their names to the list of billionaires attempting to use their largesse to subvert the Constitution.

CDC Didn't Release Defensive Gun Use Survey Results

The numbers indicate that researchers Gary Kleck and Marc Gertz were close when they reported that there are an estimated 2.5 million cases of people using a gun to stop a crime yearly.

Study Indicates Schools Became Safer Over Last Decade

Bureau of Justice Statistics report shows violence and crime have decreased in primary and secondary schools.

Britain Is Bleeding: Violent Crime Rises In England Despite Gun Control

Despite extremely restrictive firearm ownership laws, England is experiencing a crime wave led by gun-toting criminals.

What The Mainstream Media Won’t Tell You About The FBI’s 2016 Crime Report

Frank Miniter dives into the latest round of FBI statistics, asking what they really tell us about the relationship between violence and Second Amendment rights.

As The Latest St. Louis Riots Continue, What Will They Accomplish?

Stacy Washington looks at the latest rioting in St. Louis and wonders what could ever come out of it.

Sacramento Offers Cash To Criminals

Frequent contributor Stacy Washington looks at a plan in Sacramento allocating $1.5 million to pay gang members not to kill each other.

Solving Baltimore’s Murder Problem

Stacy Washington explores strategies to help curb violent crime in Baltimore and other large cities.

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