Americans Are Buying Guns Like It’s Coming Into Style

Written by Gary North on April 5, 2012

Pat Buchanan has reported on the United Nations’ attempt to take guns away from citizens. Meanwhile, the Trayvon Martin incident is being used to fan the flames of gun control. They want to repeal the “Stand Your Ground” laws. Let’s face it, they want “Cower in Fear” laws, which is what the alternative to “Stand […]

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“Stand Your Ground” Gun Laws and Liberty

Written by Gary North on March 15, 2012

Laws that allow people to use guns to defend themselves are called stand your ground laws. They overturn the threat of prosecution based on “flight, if possible” laws. These laws are spreading. A majority of male voters want them. Gun control advocates resist them. Iowa is considering such legislation. One opponent is Rev. Jayne. He […]

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The Case for the Non-Revolutionary Ownership of Guns

Written by Gary North on March 9, 2012

There are two main extremes in the debate over guns. The gun control people are basically worshippers of the state. They grovel before the image of the state. They believe in the state. They see the state as redemptive: an agency of healing. This agency must be armed, they say, in order to collect the […]

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