Three stories of self-defense with three happy endings. What would have happened if these women didn’t have a gun to help them defend themselves?
City leaders in Washington, D.C. have finally admitted their 30-year gun ban hasn’t done a bit of good. That’s the good news. The bad news is they’re proposing something that strikes me as just as stupid, all in the name of reducing crime.
New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s war on gun owners received a major hit yesterday, courtesy of the U.S. Justice Department, but Bloomberg is so far refusing to back down.
In fact Bloomberg’s actions have put active law enforcement investigations at risk, and his city’s attorneys have given Officer Enchautegui’s family the cold shoulder as they search for answers in his death.
When is an anti-gunner a pro-gun advocate? The obvious answer is never, but that’s too simple a response.
Some people seem to think that if we scrapped the 2nd Amendment, all the criminals in this country would lay down their weapons.
Pity the residents of Washington, D.C. Police Chief Charles Ramsey has declared a “crime emergency” in the District, in part because of the 14 homicides that have been reported during the past 12 days.
The UN Gun Summit is over, and gun owners have won for now.
Every anti-gun delegate or activist talks about the need for “transparency” in firearms ownership, but those running the gun summit don’t seem that interested in transparency for what they’re doing.
Hearing Angola and Cambodia detail their plans for rounding up all the guns owned by civilians is kind of like hearing that the Dixie Chicks are writing a song about America.
A remarkable thing happened at the United Nations yesterday. We, the United States, told the world "no."
They’ve gathered in New York City, the best and brightest minds in the global gun ban movement.
The line in the sand has been drawn. Either you stand with the 2nd amendment or against it. And this time, there’ll be penalties for infringing on the rights of law abiding Americans.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is seeking allies in his war on "illegal guns." The mayor recently held a summit for fellow mayors at Gracie Mansion in Manhattan, attracting the mayors of Dallas, Boston, Hartford, and several other major American cities.
No one is safe.
This week’s revelation that the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has been the subject of an FBI investigation into the animal rights group’s possible ties to terrorism has stunned many liberals.
These men are two of the finest human beings I’ve ever known. Just talking to them makes me feel like I haven’t done enough for this country.
Clearly, the crimes William Burden committed are not his fault. At least, that’s what William Burden believes.
Who said “The idea that the Americans are going to win the war in Iraq is an idea which is just plain wrong.”
Mike Wallace says President Bush is afraid to be interviewed by him. The 87-year old reporter for “60 Minutes” made the comment on MSNBC’s “Hardball” earlier this week, in an exchange with host Chris Matthews.