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Kaine’s Time As Governor Lacked A œSignature Accomplishment

Kaine Received Criticism For Lacking A “Signature” Accomplishment During His Tenure As Governor Kaine’s Gubernatorial Administration Lacked “A Signature Legislative Accomplishment” Midway Through Kaine’s Gubernatorial Term, University Of Virginia’s Center For Politics Director Larry Sabato Said That He Would Rate It In “The Bottom Quartile” Of The State’s Most Recent Dozen Governors. “Few nonpartisan observers

The Slippery Rhetoric of Gun Control

Greg Hartman, Democrats’ push to restrict Second Amendment rights relies on a huge logic gap. Democratic politicians rely on a handful of tried-and-true talking points about gun control: We need commonsense gun laws; the crisis of mass shootings is tied to availability of guns; the NRA has a stranglehold on Congress. But these talking points

Judge Napolitano: Why I will always defend the Second Amendment and the right to self-defense

Most of the mass killings by gun in the United States in recent years — Columbine, Virginia Tech, Aurora, Newtown, Charleston, San Bernardino and now Orlando — took place in venues where local or state law prohibited carrying guns, even by those lawfully licensed to do so. The government cheerfully calls these venues “gun-free zones.”

Rifles on campus: College security forces nationwide add firepower

Once a rarity on campuses, semi-automatic rifles are becoming a standard part of the arsenal for college security forces — firepower they say could make a difference the next time a gunman goes on a rampage. The weapons are rarely seen in public and often kept stashed in cruisers or department headquarters, and many schools