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Gonzaga University’s Policy: No Guns for Self-Defense

Written by Gary North on November 11, 2013

Gonzaga University in Spokane has a policy: no guns on campus. This is a policy that says: “A deranged terrorist with guns must be dealt with verbally by students until the campus police show up.” The university of course has a policy of expelling any deranged terrorist who is enrolled. Any Gonzaga student who shoots […]

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Interpol Secretary General: “Arm Civilians”

Posted on October 25, 2013

Now here’s an idea. . . . * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *Following last month’s terrorist attack at a Westgate shopping mall in Kenya, which left 72 dead and over 200 people injured, the Secretary General of the Interpol is considering […]

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ObamaCare Records: Finding “Mentally Disturbed” Gun Owners

Posted on October 24, 2013

There are lots of reasons for Americans to hate ObamaCare. But gun owners should be especially concerned about this “Obamanation,” because it will allow the federal government to use our medical information to keep us from buying guns. Just ask yourself: * Was there a death in your family recently causing you to suffer from […]

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Supreme Court Again Ducks a Second Amendment Ruling

Posted on October 16, 2013

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear another case dealing with arbitrary ‘may-issue’ concealed carry laws, marking at least the fourth time in the past several years the high court has opted not to settle the issue as to whether one’s right to keep and bear arms extends beyond the home. The case, […]

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Colorado: Organizing Another Recall of an Anti-Gun Politician

Written by Gary North on October 15, 2013

Gov. John Hickenlooper has a message for national gun-control groups that spend money fighting recall efforts in Colorado: stay away. “Colorado is a state that people like to be themselves and solve their own problems,” the Democratic governor said in an interview with USA Today. “They don’t really like outside organizations meddling in their affairs, […]

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Mass Shootings, Gun Control, and Gun Sales

Posted on October 8, 2013

This is from the Mises Institute.   Much has been written about the economics of gun control, including Kjar and Robinson’s 2009 article that noted the lack of basic economic application to the issue, and that there are ample substitutes available to individuals intent on killing people. Although gun violence “dropped dramatically nationwide” over the […]

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Gun Control? Think “D.C. Navy Yard”

Posted on October 1, 2013

Here is something to think about. ABC News declares that Washington D.C. has the strictest gun laws in the United States. It is a city where local politicians never meet a gun control law they didn’t like. Washington’s elite crow about their reams of gun control laws. Within the beltway, Joe Biden tells people to […]

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