Category / Gun Control and Political Issues

  • March 19, 2008 - Admin

    Iraq, the First Five Years…

    “Five years into this battle, there’s an understandable debate over whether the war was worth fighting, whether the fight is worth winning, and whether we can win it. The answers are clear to me” President George W. Bush 3/19/2008 Pray for Our Troops

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  • March 7, 2008 - Admin

    Gun Control Claims More Victims

    by Benedict D. LaRosa, Visiting Author Last year, Virginia Tech University successfully lobbied the state legislature? to prohibit concealed-permit holders from carrying a sidearm on campus. At the time, university spokesman Larry Hincker commented, I’m sure the university community is appreciative of the General Assembly’s actions because this will help parents, students, faculty, and visitors […]

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  • One week after the shootings at Northern Illinois University, the Violence Policy Center (VPC) reverted to its playbook by exploiting this tragedy to advance its anti-gun political agenda. In an e-mail alert to supporters, VPC Executive Director Josh Sugarmann laid out the group’s latest litany of demands, including:Presidential candidates making gun violence prevention a priority […]

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  • By Frank Miniter 10/10/2007 Washington D.C. 8:41:24 PM The scene was common enough in American politics: 500 people seated in a ballroom at the Capital Hilton in Washington, D.C., television cameras glaring at a podium, and a full cast of 2008 presidential candidates set to speak. Only the event wasn’t common at all. The candidates […]

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  • There are more than 2,000 political parties in the world, and it’s a shame the United States champions only two of them. Travel to Germany and you’ll see five major parties listed on the ballot with more than 20 smaller ones. Travel to India and you’ll find people voting for the Bahujan Samaj Party, the […]

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