Dems’ Platform Calls for Closing the Gun Show “Loophole”

Written by Gary North on September 6, 2012

Party platforms are not binding agreements. They indicate what is on the minds of the party faithful. They are like hymns in church. Everyone sings along. No one changes his behavior because of the singing. But it sounds comforting. The first verse goes like this. Right to own firearms is subject to reasonable regulation We […]

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The Customs Service Moves Inland. “Your Papers, Please!”

Written by Gary North on January 19, 2012

The nooses are tightening on citizens. From all the research I have done the Customs and Border Protection has been conducting interior or what some call Internal checkpoints many miles within the United States of America even though border patrol agents already search cars and conduct inspections at the border. . . . . . […]

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Obama’s Plans for Gun Control: “Under the Radar”

Written by Gary North on December 29, 2011

President Obama knows what he is doing. He knows he cannot go public with his plans.  “I just want you to know that we are working on [gun control]. We have to go through a few processes, but under the radar,” President Obama told Sarah Brady, the former president of the Brady Campaign, this past […]

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Gun Control: the BATF’s Secret Plan Gets Exposed

Written by Gary North on December 15, 2011

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms set up a nutty plan to sell weapons to drug operations in Mexico. This would supposedly lead the BATF to drug lords. The plan was called “Fast and Furious.” The supposed “sting” operation backfired. The BATF has been publicly embarrassed. Its director was asked to step aside. Of […]

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