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Dallas Murders and a Gun Control Vote

Written by Gary North on July 9, 2016

Paul Ryan had planned a vote on limiting suspected terrorists’ access to legal guns. This was correctly perceived by second amendment supporters as a sell-out. A list that bars suspected terrorists from flying on a commercial airplane is inherently unconstitutional in the first place. Either the government arrests a suspected terrorist and tries him in […]

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The Willingness to Die for a Cause

Written by Gary North on June 18, 2016

Here is the story that no news agency ran over the weekend: Oman Mateen, a 29-year old American citizen born in New York, shot and killed 49 party-goers at a gay bar in Orlando, Florida. A few hours before the attack, Mateen had called 9-11 and had declared his allegiance to ISIS, the Islamic terrorist […]

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Rev. John Piper: Unarmed Christians for Jesus!

Written by Gary North on December 26, 2015

The humanistic state needs chaplains. Its most effective chaplains in the United States are recruited from the ranks of the evangelical Protestants. I wrote about this in 1980, although I used Great Britain’s leading evangelical as the model. I republished that essay earlier this month: “Humanism’s Chaplains.” The timing could not have been better. John […]

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Massacres by Trousered Apes

Posted on December 5, 2015

Joe Sobran was my favorite columnist before he died in 2010. He offered more good sense per paragraph than anyone else. In 1993, William F. Buckley publicly fired Sobran from National Review. I had known for three decades that Buckley was the liberal establishment’s token conservative intellectual. That act confirmed it. He had also become […]

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The Unspoken Truth About Gun Control

Written by Gary North on October 10, 2015

Political activists are more entrenched on this issue than any other issue in American life. Somebody might say that legalized abortion would be the top candidate. I don’t think that’s the case. Opponents of abortion are not going to change, but the degree of commitment has faded over the last two decades. The futility of […]

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They Shoot Christians, Don’t They?

Written by Gary North on October 3, 2015

The NBC News version of the story of the Oregon massacres said this: High school student Autumn Vicari told NBC News her 19-year-old brother J.J. was in a room filled with students at the college when the gunman entered. According to her brother’s account, Vicari said at one point the shooter told people to stand […]

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