Jason Ouimet

Small Numbers Of Criminals Cause Big Problems For Public Safety

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.

It’s a Criminal Problem

Criminal violence has been rising in our cities, but the fault is hardly with Americans' guns.

Cuomo Punishes Law-Abiding Gun Owners

After a year of left-wing “success” on criminal-justice issues, an increasing prosecutorial indifference to violent crime and escalating anti-police rhetoric, America’s urban residents are reaping what their politicians have sown.

President’s Column | One Hundred Days Of Biden

April 29 marked 100 days of Joe Biden as president of the United States. That’s not very long, but he’s done a lot of damage in that short time.

New Study Raises Concern Over “Excess” Freedom

The anti-gun activism machine is getting desperate. Researchers at UC Davis allege in a new paper that “excess” firearm purchases over the last few months may have led a significant increase in “gun violence.”

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.

Warren Wants To Tax Away Your Rights

If you have a right that’s important to you, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has a “plan” for it. She prides herself on her “plans” to overhaul America’s tax system to a more “progressive” model.

North Carolina Prosecutors Overwhelmingly Drop Violent Gun Crime Charges, Report Shows

Gun laws abound, but most charges were not prosecuted in Mecklenburg County, N.C.

Education The Bloomberg Way

Michael Bloomberg’s School Presents Advocacy as Education

The Race to the Bottom on Our Firearms Freedom

In a December 2000 interview with CBS’s Dan Rather, President Bill Clinton, fresh off Al Gore’s defeat in the presidential election, acknowledged, “I don’t think there’s any doubt that, in at least five states I can think of, the NRA had a decisive influence … .”

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