How Gun Control Made England the 'Most Violent Country in Europe'

Gun control in Britain passed in stages, beginning just after World War I and continuing in a reactionary fashion with increasing strictness through the 1990s. When the final stage arrived in 1997, and virtually all handguns were banned via the Firearms Act, the promise was a reduction in crime and greater safety for the British people. But the result was the emergence of Britain as the "most...

Headline: 2 Van Wert gun trainers guilty of short courses

The Lima News is reporting that two firearms instructors - one a former police chief - have pleaded guilty to criminal charges after being accused of cutting concealed handgun license classes short of the mandatory 12-hour time frame. From the article : Forest Gordon, 49, of Van Wert, pleaded guilty Friday to attempted conspiracy to falsification to obtain a concealed handgun license, a fifth-...

Headline: Good guy with a gun prevents second beheading in Oklahoma business

The fact that an armed business owner intervened in an attack by shooting a former employee who had already beheaded one worker and was stabbing another has been covered in media reports, but's headline gives this fact the kind of attention it deserves: " Good guy with a gun prevents second beheading in Oklahoma business " From the article: Fox News reports that the alleged attacker...

After gun owners react, Ohio Constitution "modernization" panel votes to retain right to bear arms language

On August 15, I wrote an article entitled " Obscure commission considers "modernizing" Ohio constitution on right to bear arms ," in which I discussed news (being covered by almost no one) that the Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission's (OCMC) Bill of Rights and Voting Rights Committee had reversed course on a planned vote to recommend to the full commission that no alterations be made to...

Harvard: Millions of Dollars More For Gun Control

Harvard University’s School of Public Health is set to receive a $350 million donation to study “gun violence” and other “complex health threats challenging the U.S. and the world,” CNN reports. The donation, the largest ever received by the university, is being made by the Morningside Foundation, run by the descendants of Hong Kong real estate tycoon T.H. Chan, for whom the school will be...

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Five Things Non-Gun-Owners Don't "Get" About Gun Owners

1. Carrying a Gun Eventually Ceases To Be a Big Deal Many people who don't own guns—for the purposes of this discussion, we'll call them "non-gunners"—have often never even touched a gun. That fact has imbued the inanimate chunk of metal with mystery and undue fear, fear they think must be universal. They don’t understand that to someone who carries daily, a firearm becomes as common as your keys...

Anti-Gun Brady Campaign Caught In Fundraising Scandal

A fundraising email sent out by the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence this morning and signed by the organization’s President Dan Gross is attempting to fundraise by claiming credit for sporting goods giant Cabela’s expanded participation a gun safety program started by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and the ATF more than a dozen years ago. The fundraising email claims: Dear...


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