Nothing remarkable here; only statistics confirming the old adage about outlawing guns. States lauded by gun-control advocates for having the most restrictive legislation where guns are concerned just happen to be the States where, per capita, more people are murdered by someone wielding a gun. California tops the Brady Campaign’s list of States with the […]
Gregory Hicks, deputy to murdered U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens, told Congressional investigators recently that Special Forces were prepared to fly from Tripoli, Libya, to Benghazi to respond to the Sept. 11 terror attack, but were forbidden from doing so by U.S. Special Operations Command South Africa. That runs contrary to the President Barack Obama Administration […]
A graphic included with a Washington Post story on the growth of civilian market demand for rifles with military characteristics makes one thing remarkably clear: The makers of so-called assault rifles should thank President Barack Obama for some of the best sales numbers they have ever seen. The graphic illustrates the growth pattern of modern […]
It’s hard to control access to something that can be made at home. When that something is a gun, it’s more than gun grabbers can bear. Senator Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) describes as “stomach churning” a breakthrough in 3-D printing technology that has allowed a Texas company to “print,” using a layering process, a .380 handgun […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories that Personal Liberty staffers will be keeping an eye on throughout the day. Click the links for the full stories.
A Pennsylvania-based family business is under assault from the left following a tragedy that never should have been allowed to happen as pundits rush to indict Keystone Sporting Arms, LLC as a company that profits from child murder, because it produces small, single shot .22 caliber rifles.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed last week that the number of American adults who take their own lives jumped dramatically in the first decade of the 21st century.Why? Maybe it’s the economy, the report speculates.
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court approved nearly 2,000 government requests to search or electronically monitor people in 2012, according to a report from the Justice Department.
Teachers at an Oregon school thought they and their colleagues had been shot by masked gunmen who stormed a faculty meeting and began randomly firing at people. Amid the shock and noise and adrenalin, teachers had to look down at their own bodies in order to realize they weren’t bleeding.
The South Carolina House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday that, if it becomes law, will make it a crime to implement the Patient Protection and Affordable Care act anywhere in the State. The so-called “nullification bill” cleared the House on a 65-39 vote. It’s a pretty ambitious bill. Among other things, it would: Give […]