Tag Archive for Gun Control

Martin O’Malley Wants Your Guns

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Martin O’Malley, presidential hopeful and pandering apologist, has joined Barack Obama in the fight to take our guns. The 59-year old madman who killed two innocent women this past week in a Louisiana movie theater has spurred a new fight against the Second Amendment. In an interview with the bbc, the great transformer, Barack Obama,…

Gun Grabbers Ignore Terrorism in Chattanooga, Go For Guns Instead

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The terrorist attack in Chattanooga which ended in the deaths of five Marines and Sailors had nothing to do with guns and everything to do with an ideology. Despite this, the media is searching for a motive, the terrorist’s parents are claiming he killed soldiers because he was depressed, and Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown is spending…

Famous D.C. Gun Grabber Blames Chattanooga Terror Attack on Guns

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Josh Sugarmann is a heartless gun grabber and he’s influential in the anti-gun movement. Without offering a real word of sympathy, Sugarmann politicized the horrific attack in Chattanooga that left four Marines dead and three wounded, one critically. Completely ignoring the fact that this is probably an international terrorist attack, he used the opportunity to blame guns…

Two Videos Guaranteed to Make Gun Owners Angry

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Over the July 4th extended weekend, 64 people were shot in Chicago and 10 of that number were killed including a little 7-year old boy. The Chicago Police Chief insisted that the reason for the shootings is weak gun laws. Gun laws only monitor and control legal gun owners but the gun grabbers don’t care. The…

Newtown Panel Collectivists Obviously Don’t Think Our Rights Come From God

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The Constitution is very inconvenient for collectivists. They try to violate it at every turn. The Newtown panel obviously agrees with Chris Cuomo that our Second Amendment rights come from the collective judging from their latest unlawful recommendations on gun and ammo sales and ownership. The most basic problem with their recommendations is it suggests that our…