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Run4Guns In Utah. It Annoys Gun Control Advocates.

Written by Gary North on July 2, 2013

A pro-gun group in Utah is organizing an event to be held this September: Run4Guns. Residents are invited to strap on a holster and a pistol, and then join the fun. The event will be held in Spanish Fork. Promoters are heralding this as the nation’s first open carry run. There will be a 3.1 […]

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NRA T-Shirt Kid Has All Charges Dropped

Written by Gary North on July 1, 2013

A 14-year-old West Virginia middle school student wore an NRA T-shirt to school this spring. It had a picture of an AR-15 on it. His teacher told him to turn the shirt inside-out. He refused. The teacher told the administration. The administration called the cops. A cop told him to turn it inside-out. He refused. […]

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Don’t Take Your Cell Phone to a Gun Range

Written by Gary North on June 21, 2013

Your cell phone tells the government where you are. The government’s computers collect all of these data. The computer programs can identify patterns of your action. They can’t do this to me. First, I use a dumb phone. It does not record my GPS data. It’s old. Second, I rarely carry it. But it will […]

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Glock Around the Clock in Oregon

Written by Gary North on June 19, 2013

A small town in Oregon has received a lot of media attention because local citizens have taken things into their own hands: specifically, handguns. Some of them wear T-shirts: This Is a Glock Block: We Don’t Call 911. The residents are tired of petty crime. They are tired of the local sheriff’s department that can’t […]

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Governors Invite Connecticut’s Gun Manufacturers to Move.

Written by Gary North on June 18, 2013

The governors of Texas (no state income tax), South Dakota (no state income tax), and South Carolina have all made sales pitches to Connecticut’s gun manufacturers. Move, they have pleaded. Don’t stay in Connecticut, where you are not appreciated. The great advantage of federalism is that if one state’s legislature decides to take away your […]

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From Your ATM to a Gun Show

Written by Gary North on June 12, 2013

What’s a good use for currency? A visit to a gun show. Where is the closest gun show to you? Find out here. Maybe you have procrastinated? Bad decision. It will cost you a lot more today than a year ago. But better late than never. Gun shows are still legal in the United States. […]

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My Solution to the Ammunition Shortage

Written by Gary North on June 10, 2013

There is a national ammunition shortage. It is not getting better. Gun store owners say it will last for years. There is a simple solution: raise the price. When you hear the word “shortage,” always think: “at some price.” Manufacturers ought to raise prices dramatically. But they don’t. Why not? The only reason I can […]

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Kansas Law: No More Government Money Promoting Gun Control

Written by Gary North on June 7, 2013

The governor of Kansas has signed a law that prohibits local governments from using taxpayers’ money to promote gun control. They may not produce or distribute “any kit, pamphlet, booklet, publication, electronic communication, radio, television or video presentation” that is related to gun control. They may not hire lobbyists, either. Gun control promoters say this […]

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