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on November 8, 2017 in Gun Page World News

Jerry Henry: Does Gun Control Work? Don’t Bet on It

by Jerry Henry As with every murderous incident involving multiple victims, gun prohibitionists immediately start calling for more gun control even though blood from the last victim has not yet dried at the scene. They don’t wait for the details of the crime to be determined, as that is not important to them. What is important to the gun prohibitionists is control; not gun control, just control, and that involves every facet of your life. Never forget their goal as they certainly will not. Let us look at some of the controls they feel would solve this problem. Background checks? The...

by Jerry Henry As with every murderous incident involving multiple victims, gun prohibitionists immediately start calling for more gun control even though blood from the last victim has not yet dried at the scene. They don’t wait for the...

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on November 8, 2017 in Featured Gun Page World News

Media Misrepresent Trump Reversal of Obama-Era Mental Health Gun Regulation

Regulation had been opposed by NRA, ACLU, and mental health advocates BY: Stephen Gutowski Follow @@StephenGutowski In the wake of the church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Tex., a number of media outlets misled their audience on the Trump administration’s reversal of a mental health-related gun regulation from late in the Obama administration. Reporters for CNN, NBC News, and other outlets have framed the February action as President Trump making it easier for those with mental health issues to obtain firearms in recent days. “In February, we should also mention, that President Trump did make it easier for mentally unstable people… View Article

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on November 8, 2017 in Gun Page World News

Trump DOD Nominee: ‘Insane’ that Americans Can Buy an AR-15

by AWR Hawkins On Tuesday DOD nominee Dr. Dean Winslow told the Senate Committee on Armed Services that it is “insane” that Americans can buy AR-15 rifles. Winslow is nominated to be the Assistant Secretary Of Defense For Health Affairs. His statement on AR-15s was unsolicited. He made it after answering a question about the Air Force reporting failure that allowed killer Devin Kelley to pass background check for a firearm. Winslow answered the question then added, “I’d also like to, and I may get in trouble with other members of the committee, just say how insane it is that...

by AWR Hawkins On Tuesday DOD nominee Dr. Dean Winslow told the Senate Committee on Armed Services that it is “insane” that Americans can buy AR-15 rifles. Winslow is nominated to be the Assistant Secretary Of Defense For Health Affairs....

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on October 31, 2017 in Gun Page World News

Woman in Her Late 80s Home Alone, Shoots Intruder Dead

by AWR Hawkins Law enforcement officers in Marion, Arkansas, say a woman in her late 80s shot and killed a 19-year-old intruder Sunday morning around 3:30 a.m. The 19-year-old, Cody Smith, allegedly “advanced toward” the woman and ignored her warnings to stop. According to WREG, the Crittenden County Sheriff’s Office said they received a call from an home alarm company after an burglary alarm sounded at 3:31 a.m. When deputies arrived on scene the woman told them Smith had “forcefully entered” her home. Smith died from his gunshot wounds. http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/10/31/woman-80s-home-alone-shoots-intruder-dead/

by AWR Hawkins Law enforcement officers in Marion, Arkansas, say a woman in her late 80s shot and killed a 19-year-old intruder Sunday morning around 3:30 a.m. The 19-year-old, Cody Smith, allegedly “advanced toward” the woman and ignored her...

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on October 29, 2017 in Gun Page World News

Thief Pulls Gun, Not so Tough After Veteran Clerk Jams Pistol in His Mouth

By John Falkenberg One thug’s gambit for a quick and easy robbery went horribly awry when he discovered, the hard way, that he picked the wrong man to try to victimize. In a video capturing a surprisingly non-violent ordeal from September 2013, a man entered a liquor store in Marionville, Missouri, smoking a cigarette. He had big plans for his time in-store, but he didn’t realize that he was about to interact with former military police officer Jon Lewis Alexander, as Huff Post reports. The thief’s plans didn’t come to fruition, as you can see below in a clip shared by...

By John Falkenberg One thug’s gambit for a quick and easy robbery went horribly awry when he discovered, the hard way, that he picked the wrong man to try to victimize. In a video capturing a surprisingly non-violent ordeal from...

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on October 25, 2017 in Gun Page World News

Government-Funded UC Berkeley Gun Show Study Claims Link to Gun Injuries, Critics Dispute

Study purports to show big spike in gun-related injuries in California communities near Nevada gun shows, critics question basic methodology BY: Susan Crabtree and Stephen Gutowski A new study purporting to show Nevada gun shows are responsible for an increase in firearm-related deaths and injuries in nearby California was criticized as “poorly done” on Tuesday. The University of California at Berkeley study, funded in part with money from a $2.3 million National Institutes of Health grant and released on Monday, found a 70 percent spike in deaths and injuries from firearms in California communities within one- to two-hour driving distances… View Article

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on October 25, 2017 in Gun Page World News

It’s Time For Concealed Carry Reciprocity

          by Sam Bocetta What if I told you that the Federal Government is not doing enough to impose laws on individual states? Probably you would give me the well-rehearsed and sound arguments for limiting Federal power, and further reductions in the size of the State. However, there is one – and perhaps only one – area in which Federal action is much needed: Concealed Carry reciprocity. At the moment, there is an absurd patchwork of state-level laws covering the right to carry a concealed weapon, and responsible gun owners often accidentally commit crimes by traveling across state lines...

          by Sam Bocetta What if I told you that the Federal Government is not doing enough to impose laws on individual states? Probably you would give me the well-rehearsed and sound arguments for limiting Federal power, and further...

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on October 22, 2017 in Gun Page World News

Steven Crowder Engages With Opponents On Guns & Second Amendment

ByFrank Camp @FrankDCamp  The Louder with Crowder team has started a fascinating new video series called Change My Mind in which Steven Crowder sits in a public area, advertises that he holds a certain political position, and asks people to engage in a one-on-one conversation with him regarding his position. The topic of the first video is guns and the Second Amendment. Crowder speaks with two people who believe differently than he does, and although the conversations were apparently cut short when several police officers interrupted the filming, Crowder had some truly engaging and informative exchanges. Take a look:...

ByFrank Camp @FrankDCamp  The Louder with Crowder team has started a fascinating new video series called Change My Mind in which Steven Crowder sits in a public area, advertises that he holds a certain political position, and asks people...

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on October 22, 2017 in Gun Page World News

Gun Control Push Flounders as Citizen’s Views on Guns Unchanged by Vegas Attack

by AWR Hawkins The gun control push that marked the first 10 days following the October 1 Las Vegas attack has now floundered and all but disappeared, in large part because the shooting did not impact American attitudes toward guns. KPCC put it this way: “Las Vegas shooting didn’t change anyone’s mind about…guns.” And they back this assertion up by citing an Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll which shows that American’s views on guns were roughly the same October 12-16, 2017, as they were in July 2016. This means that three different positions continue to be held by...

by AWR Hawkins The gun control push that marked the first 10 days following the October 1 Las Vegas attack has now floundered and all but disappeared, in large part because the shooting did not impact American attitudes toward guns....

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