DOJ STUDY: Gun control laws won’t work because criminals get their guns illegally
It took the United States government’s Department of Justice an entire study dedicated to gun use and criminals to figure out what logical human beings have already understood for decades. The result of their own study found that gun control laws will never work because criminals will never use legal channels to obtain guns.
According to Fox 5, the findings based on the 2016 Survey of Prison Inmates (SPI), discovered that about 1 in 5 or 21% of all state and federal prisoners reported they had “possessed or carried a firearm when they committed the offense for which they were serving time in prison.” The survey released by the DOJ this month declared that criminals unsurprisingly rely on the black market for their guns.
25 Questions For Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has garnered mostly fawning coverage from big media—both political and mainstream. A recent poll found that 74 percent of Democrats would consider voting for the socialist if she were constitutionally eligible. At Vox, they maintain she should be able to run for the presidency even before she’s eligible. The New York Times’ Paul Krugman says her tax plan of “soaking the rich” is awesome.
Hussen unveils plan to attract, retain skilled immigrants in rural and remote regions
The federal government will work directly with communities and with groups that help newcomers with employment, language training and other social assistance. That “welcoming infrastructure” will help them successfully transition to new lives in Canada, and to stay in the communities in which they arrive, Hussen said.
“We know the faster newcomers get these tools, the faster they can contribute to Canada,” he said.
Schoolchildren traumatised after PETA activists ‘barbecue dog’ on busy street
WARNING, DISTRESSING IMAGES: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) were seen carrying out the stunt in Sydney
School children were left traumatised after animal rights activists ‘barbecued a dog’ on a busy street.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) pretended to burn the fake canine in the middle of Sydney, Australia.
Toronto shelters facing crisis as 99% of spaces full
The overall occupancy levels along with videos highlighting deteriorating services in the city’s shelters have led some housing advocates to openly state Toronto is facing a growing housing and shelter crisis for the city’s homeless population.