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Possible GOP presidential candidates to court NRA

 Several potential Republican contenders for president will court gun-rights supporters at the National Rifle Association’s annual convention Friday. Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum are set to speak at the convention’s leadership forum, a kind of political pep rally and strategy meeting the […] Continue reading →

A Note To The Jews: Be Prepared To Fight Back

Tony Katz  Last week in Ukraine, leaflets were being disseminated saying Jews were required to register with the government or face being thrown out of the country and their possessions seized. More and more, they have been debunked as a hoax. Jews in America, and worldwide, should nonetheless take this seriously, and recognize that - […] Continue reading →

Kansas lawmakers OK bill to void local gun rules

 Kansas legislators gave final approval Saturday to a bill that would nullify city and county gun restrictions and ensure that it’s legal across the state to openly carry firearms, a measure the National Rifle Association sees as a model for stripping local officials of their gun-regulating power. The House approved the legislation, 102-19, a day […] Continue reading →

Another Pro-Gun VICTORY: Idaho Passes New Legislation

Idaho has been exerting its sovereignty lately and deciding what is best for their state.  They recently passed a law nullifying all future federal gun control measures, and have sought to nullify all EPA regulations within their state. Now, they have passed a law allowing concealed firearms on college campuses by law-abiding citizens.  A witness […] Continue reading →

Anti-Gun Liberal Wants to Murder NRA Board Members

Michael Schaus  An anti-gun liberal talk-show host apparently wants to shoot NRA board members. But, before we talk about the precarious possibility of some imbalanced leftist abusing Second Amendment rights (that he fights against) we should get some background information. Georgia has recently passed some legislation (awaiting approval from the Governor) that would expand the […] Continue reading →

Anti-Gun Host Piers Morgan, Booted From CNN Promises He�s �Not Done

 B. Christopher Agee  After years of trying to convince Americans to accept his homeland’s dangerous anti-gun laws, U.K. native Piers Morgan finally received a clear message that his particular brand of activism is not particularly welcome on this side of the Atlantic. His perpetually unpopular CNN program “Piers Morgan Live” was reportedly cancelled by the […] Continue reading →

Anti-gun forces shift to �small-ball� efforts

Pressure now will move to private sector  Democrats in Congress, following the lead of President Obama, are now playing small ball on gun control after their post-Newtown hopes of significant legislation were dashed. Capitol Hill Democrats are now focusing on modest moves, such as funding gun-violence prevention and calling for “smart guns” that only authorized […] Continue reading →

Gun Control Activists Petition Visa to Ditch the NRA

Michael Schaus  Gun control advocates are trying to shame Visa. Well, actually they’re trying to demonize America’s oldest civil rights organization, by shaming Visa. According to, proponents of tighter gun-control gathered outside of Visa’s Washington office to pressure the credit card giant into cutting ties with the NRA. A petition was even made to […] Continue reading →

Santa is Not Only White � He�s Also Republican!

Michael Schaus, It seems apropos to mention something controversial about Santa Claus, given the recent furor over his skin pigmentation. (Because, ya know, early Catholic Bishops and German folklore characters are traditionally such a multicultural crowd.) But, my controversial comment about old Saint Nick has little to do with his racial identification. You see, I […] Continue reading →