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Paris Attack is No Call for Gun Control

Liam Neeson, at the premiere of Taken 3, spoke to the role of firearms in the massacre that rocked Paris last week. “There are too many [expletive] guns out there, especially in America.” The action star went on to call the ubiquity of guns in the U.S. a...
Posted On 12 Jan 2015
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Father of Fallen Marine Slams Obama

21-year-old Marine Hunter Hogan was killed in Afghanistan on June 23, 2012. Almost immediately, his father spoke out against the Obama administration. “We…want to know why the media in our country has coddled instead of covered this Teflon coated...
Posted On 05 Jan 2015
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2015 Brings Higher Minimum Wages

The new year has brought with it a host of new changes in American law, the most striking of which may be the elevated minimum wage in 19 states. Arkansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, Alaska, and Maryland are among the states where workers at the bottom rung of the ladder will see...
Posted On 01 Jan 2015
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The Year’s Worst Gun Control Wonks

The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms released their list of the worst 10 “anti-gunners” of the year, and it is a remarkable collection of rich fearmongers who don’t believe in the Constitution. Topping the list, of course, is none other...
Posted On 30 Dec 2014
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Law Enforcement Refuses to Abide by Washington Gun Law

Proponents of gun rights were dismayed when Washington State voters came out in support of Initiative 594, a far-reaching gun-control regulation that would expand background checks. Under the law, even private transfers between friends and family would be subject to such checks....
Posted On 18 Dec 2014
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Demanding Personal Responsibility Is Not Victim-Blaming

At some point in the last decade, “blaming the victim” became the worst sin you could possible commit. If you mentioned casually that perhaps a girl should not get blackout drunk if she wants to avoid being sexually assaulted, you would be castigated by the...
Posted On 09 Dec 2014
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Controversial Senate Torture Report to Be Released

A Senate Intelligence Committee report on the CIA’s past use of “enhanced interrogation techniques” is finally set to be released on Tuesday. The report has garnered controversy, with leaders on both sides of the aisle asking for delay. “I think this is a terrible...
Posted On 08 Dec 2014
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Second Amendment Faces Serious Court Challenge

Ever since it was put into law, New York’s Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act has been the object of scorn from Second Amendment supporters. The SAFE Act is one of the most freedom-limiting gun control laws in the country, banning the sale of so-called assault...
Posted On 02 Dec 2014
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Are We Leaving the Golden Age of Internet?

If you believe the worst case scenarios promoted by both sides of the net neutrality debate, we’re headed for the end of the Internet as we know it. Either we will have state-run, censored, taxed Internet or we will have expensive, monopoly-driven, corporate Internet. Is...
Posted On 01 Dec 2014
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An America Where Laws No Longer Matter

In presenting his plan for amnesty to the American people, Barack Obama cited his belief in the rule of law. But in his willingness to both ignore constitutional precedent, ignore the established law on immigration, and ignore the laws illegal aliens have broken, he has betrayed...
Posted On 28 Nov 2014
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