More women are buying guns than ever before, so much so that media outlets have noticed and are attempting to get at the reasons for the uptick. But none of the stats on firearms purchases have alarmed leftists more than those surrounding black women.
Black women are buying guns, getting trained on them, and being really open about it. Just this week, the Associated Press profiled three such women, all of them black, and proudly boasting of newly acquired guns.
Antonia Okafor is a black graduate student who carries a gun for self-defense and some of the New York Times readership is extremely bothered by it.
On July 24 Okafor wrote a NYT opinion piece, in which she explained why she owns a gun, why she carries it, and why she thinks campus carry is the most logical way to empower women to protect themselves from predators in the university setting.
Two Suspects Killed During Brentwood Home Invasion
That promise by Justin Trudeau and the Liberals not to replace the gun registry was always full of holes, now I’ll show you how Trudeau will move towards a new registry, even if by another name.
There is a particular strain of humanity now deeply rooted in Western culture that we can refer to as the Ivory Tower Man. This individual is the product of an entire cultural philosophy. He is the result of several generations that have faced no immediate danger or challenge to life itself; he is the spawn of the Nanny State. The Ivory Tower Man is found throughout all current age groups and academia is especially rife with this character.
If I were a more daring person, dinner with my parents last week could have cost me jail time.
No, I’m not talking about a family meal devolving to blows before the dessert course, but rather a bizarre provision of the law that impacts hundreds of thousands of Canadians — including me.
A conservative columnist who was suspended by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch after she defended the National Rifle Association from comparisons to ISIS fired back with her resignation and a series of targeted tweets.
The newspaper on Friday suspended Stacy Washington after a column entitled “Guns and the Media” disputed an anti-NRA article that argued since more Americans die from guns than from ISIS, the Second Amendment advocacy group is the greater danger.
Stacy Washington, a black conservative columnist for the St. Louis Post Dispatch, took to social media over the weekend to announce that she has been suspended for writing a column seen as favorable to the National Rifle Association.
Every day a child or youth is shot in Ontario and 75% of those injuries are unintentional, according to a new study from the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences and The Hospital for Sick Children.
Sometimes a report is well-meaning and honest, while alarmingly incomplete.
The risk of such a report, without a full explanation of what it reveals, is that politicians will react emotionally, passing ineffective laws which will impact innocent gun owners, but solve nothing.
The report reads, “researchers examined data representing all children and youth up to 24 years of age.”
No one among the general public calls a 24-year-old a child.
The government-appointed committee that has considered future arming models, Wednesday gave its report to the Minister of Justice Per-Willy Amundsen.
A majority of the committee recommends that the Norwegian police remain unarmed, and have the service weapon locked up in a box in the car.
Despite that the committee believes that an unarmed police is sufficient to safeguard preparedness in Norway, Chairwoman Anne Kari Lande Hasle, questioned the preparedness at Oslo Airport.
According to The Star, the lead author of the study, Dr. Natasha Saunders, said, “A child or youth injured by a gun each day in this province is staggering.” She believes this should serve as impetus for doctors to be more involved in the conversation about firearms in Ontario, including conversations between doctors and their patients.
It sounds to me like they need to start teaching Gun Safety classes in school.
As a tyrant whose subjects would rather face hordes of flesh-eating zombies than live under him, Negan finds it necessary to take one particular step with each new subject. He disarms them.
As longtime fans of AMC long-running smash hit “The Walking Dead” know, the show isn’t so much about zombies as it is about how the living interact with each other as they attempt to survive and deal with the chaos of their world, a world that once looked like ours.
My wife and I have followed Rick Grimes and his band of survivors through thick and thin. It’s always fascinating to explore with the writers of the show how people, particularly strangers, interact with each other in the absence of law and order, steady employment, stability, security, even the knowledge of what one is going to eat the next day. Certainly, as one of the season promo posters eloquently stated, in such a world one would find it necessary to “fight the dead” but “fear the living.”
(Yes I’m still a fan)
Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump — who said he has a concealed carry permit — called for the expansion of gun rights Friday, including making those permits applicable nationwide. In a position paper published on his website Friday afternoon, Trump called for the elimination of gun and magazine bans, labeling them a “total failure.”
“Law-abiding people should be allowed to own the firearm of their choice. The government has no business dictating what types of firearms good, honest people are allowed to own,” Trump wrote.
Hiding behind a phalanx of heavily-armed private security guards, hypocritical billionaire anti-gun zealot Michael Bloomberg has pumped millions into gun control ballot measures in four states. Sadly, it looks like his bid to infringe upon the rights of his fellow citizens may be succeeding.
Kids who handed over their toys were given a prize and their guns placed into an art project that featured a mosaic of “a brightly colored hand flashing a peace sign, surrounded by surrendered toy guns.” The mosaic “will be displayed in part to honor Tamir Rice, the 12-year-old boy shot and killed by Cleveland police in 2014 while playing with a toy gun at a community center.”