Rep. Ron Paul (R.-Texas) speaking Feb. 4 to a Minnesota crowd. When the American Conservative Union released the agenda Jan. 29 for this weekend’s Conservative Political Action Conference, people were surprised that the winner of […]
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Christian groups call for a Starbucks boycott after Seattle-based coffee giant endorses legal same-sex marriage in Washington.
Gun-toting Libyans celebrate during their 2011 revolution Last week, news outlets reported that Libya’s interim government had administered a deadline requiring armed, out-of-town militias to relinquish their weapons and leave Tripoli by December 20. […]
At one point in 2007, Romney spoke in favor of the Second Amendment: “I support [it] as one of the most basic and fundamental rights of every American. It’s essential to our functioning as a free society, as are all the liberties enumerated in the Bill of Rights.” This sounds great on paper and provides the Romney camp with a fantastic sound bite, but let’s not kid ourselves. It doesn’t take much digging to uncover Mitt’s anti-gun rights record.
There was a time in our nation’s history when the American people came together to rally against a domineering British monarchy. It was during this time that the Founding Fathers produced the Constitution of the United States of America. Intended to serve as the supreme law of the land, the Constitution would be an eternal reminder of the tyranny that Americans had to overcome during the country’s earliest years.
President Barack Obama meets with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner in the Oval Office, Aug. 4, 2011. Official White House Photo by Pete Souza With only hours to spare, Congress reached an agreement on the debt […]
In particular, we can look to the bloody massacres that took place at Columbine and Virginia Tech as examples of what can happen when people are forbidden from exercising their 2nd amendment rights.
Obama may spread his wings, but he is hostile to Americans bearing arms. The United States’ economic woes have taken the forefront in the mainstream media, overshadowing foreign affairs and social issues back home. The […]
A Lego White House Rep. Michele M. Bachmann, R-Minn.www.michelebachmann.comBachmann co-sponsored the D.C. Personal Protection Act, which would have banned gun registration and trigger lock law in the capital. In 2009, Bachmann co-sponsored the National Right-to-Carry […]
Excerpt: In 1990, Weaver was approached by an ATF informant, Kenneth Fadeley. Fadeley convinced Weaver to shorten the barrels on two shotguns and sell them to him. Once in possession of the firearms, ATF brought charges against Weaver, citing that the length of the guns did not comply with federal law. ATF tried to cut a deal with Weaver, saying that if he became an informant, the charges would be dropped. Weaver denied the truth of the charges and rejected ATF’s proposal.