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The Best Gun Control Measure
Published on   |  By 99point7percent

When I got my first handgun, 20 years ago this month, I was showing it off to a friend who also happened to be one of my pastors. I remember him saying, in his thick Colombian accent, “It is sad that such things are needed, but it is good that someone like you has it.”


For the Children™
Published on   |  By 99point7percent

One of my observations in nearly 20 years of the Great American Gun Debate is how the gun control side seems to value feelz over facts. Given the fact that humanity is hard-wired to protect and nurture children (even those that aren’t our own), that emotional button is an easy one for advertisers and politicians


Mugged by Reality
Published on   |  By 99point7percent

There’s nothing like reality giving you a little kick in the pants to show you just how unprepared you are for a crisis. I spent the last three days in Alaska’s Copper River basin, dipnetting for red salmon. In preparation for the trip, I packed what I thought I’d needed for about everything I was


A Moment of Clarity?
Published on   |  By 99point7percent

I read something amusing in one of the Trace’s daily email blasts I get. Their rhetorical cat-herder (aka editorial director) wrote, “We hope that The Trace’s journalism has helped you understand gun violence more fully.” … *snert* Because I am well acquainted with the fast-and-loose relationship the Trace–well, Everytown in general–has with “guns” and “understanding.”


Progressive Tribal Withdrawal
Published on   |  By 99point7percent

Once, I remember hearing a Baptist preacher speak from the pulpit, how lamentable it was that his fellow Baptists had let the Pentecostals scare them out of believing for healing. It’s in the Bible, after all, and no one loves the Bible better than Baptists. Some Pentecostals and their charismatic cousins can be rather noisy


Why I Ardently Support The Second Amendment
Published on   |  By DeputyMatt

Often at times like this, just after a cop has just been callously murdered by some dirtbag with a gun, people ask me how it is that I, as a brother in blue, can be such a strong advocate of the second amendment. I have recently been in the very shoes that many Sacramento PD


PA Supreme Court: Unconstitutional to ‘Stop-and-Frisk’ For Firearms
Published on   |  By Craig DeLuz

  Morning Coffee with Craig: 6/4/2019 – PA Supreme Court: Unconstitutional to ‘Stop-and-Frisk’ For Firearms Craig interviews Attorney Joshua Prince about a huge victory in Pennsylvania. _____ FPC’s program about gun rights, “Coffee with Craig” , which airs in the morning on the Firearms Policy Coalition Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/gunpolicy/ YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQwa… Please support our


On Rights and Needs
Published on   |  By 99point7percent

Sooner or later, every gun owner or gun rights advocate will have these questions asked to him or her: “Why do you need a gun?” “Why do you need *that* gun?” “Why do you need so many guns?” “Why do you need to carry a gun to get groceries?” “Why do you need so much


Gross Negligence & Terror: How I Barely Survived a Day in The Streets of a Gun-Friendly State
Published on   |  By 99point7percent

This Isn’t Hyperbole; Really, it’s Not!   A few years ago, Moms Demand activist Hedi Yewman got a gun and carry license to get some sort of “inside perspective” on gun culture.  More recently, Giffords founder Mark Kelly bought an evil black rifle to try to demonstrate…something…involving the legal purchase of an evil black rifle.


Don’t Shoot The Messenger – Part 2
Published on   |  By John Richardson

Just like Chinese water torture, I think we are in for a series of NRA articles from The New Yorker detailing self-dealing, lavish spending, accounting irregularities, nepotism, and sweetheart deals at the National Rifle Association.