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Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner doesn’t look happy about citizens lawfully defending themselves with guns. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ A recent story by the Philadelphia Inquirer tells us the tale of rising justifiable homicides in the city. As violent crime rises and more good people are gettingRead More →

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Courtesy Kevin Sona By Kevin Sona and Lee Williams When the Miami Police Department’s “GUNS 4 UKRAINE” gun buyback first began Saturday morning, the public and members of the pro-gun media were allowed to stand next to three tents where the transactions were taking place. However, when it became obviousRead More →

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President George W. Bush signs the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act. (White House photo by Paul Morse)   One way to address negative externalities is for the government to intervene through subsidies, taxes, or legal constraints on the producer. But when it comes to guns, Republican legislators areRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ By Lee Williams The Miami Police Department currently has no export licenses or permit to ship firearms to the Ukraine, but they’re working on getting them, or at least they claim they are. In a story published Wednesday, we revealed how the department has a gunRead More →

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Shutterstock Next Post Coming Soon…▶ “To just send my child to school day after day and just cross my fingers day after day?” said Tracy L.M. Norton, who lives in East Islip, New York. “That’s no way to live.” Norton is among parents making changes that include switching to homeschooling,Read More →

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…Bishop Daniel Flores of the Brownsville Diocese in Texas recently wrote on Twitter that Americans “sacralize death’s instruments, and then are surprised that death uses them.”  The good of the whole community gets left out of the discussion, Bishop Flores told the Catholic website The Pillar, “when we’ve … elevated theRead More →