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Chicago Murder Rates Drop After Illinois Passes Conceal Carry Law

Posted on April 5, 2014

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In July of 2013, Illinois became the last state in the union to enact a concealed carry law. In January of this year, the state began accepting applications for permits. This week, Chicago police announced that the city’s first quarter murder rate was the lowest since 1958. Via ABC-affiliate Eye Witness News in the Windy […]

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Sniper’s Accuracy And Creative Thinking Prevent Terrorist Attack

Posted on April 1, 2014

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Talk about biting the bullet! Or, getting the biggest bang for your buck. During a December 2013 operation in Afghanistan, a British sniper killed six Taliban fighters with a single bullet. British and Afghan forces were attacked by 15-20 Taliban fighters during a mission in southern Afghanistan. One of the men was wearing an explosive […]

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Detroit Citizens In Favor Of Improved Carry Laws For Self Defense

Posted on March 28, 2014

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In what could be a future case study on firearms, fatal self-defense shootings are on the rise in Detroit. Instead of victims, criminals are increasingly facing armed citizens determined to defend themselves and their homes. On Tuesday, a Detroit man reportedly shot and killed two men he said tried to break into his home. Assuming […]

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A Miscommunication Leads To These Sheriffs Being Asked To Disarm

Posted on March 17, 2014

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Wagoner County Sheriff Bob Colbert traveled to Oklahoma City, the state’s capitol, earlier this week with 40 other sheriffs from around the state like they do every year — to meet with politicians and lobby. Everything was going fine in the state capitol building on Tuesday. More than that, “everybody in that building knew who […]

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Gun Control Discrimination May Be About To Ruin This Teen’s Future

Posted on March 13, 2014

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Meet Jordan Wiser, a high school senior you might call an overachiever. Enrolled in an Ohio vocational-technical school, Wiser was taking Firefighter 2 and EMT courses to bolster his dream of future public service. “Last year, I completed the law enforcement course,” the 18-year-old told The Huffington Post. “I received several certifications, including the National […]

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