Gun Rights vs Gun Control: Why Neither Can Stop Crime

Written by John Shellenberger In the wake of a mass shooting, opinions and statistics about gun rights and gun control are bountiful. Thanks to the internet, statistics, whether they are valid or not, are simply a short click away. What is harder to find are the legitimate, unbiased facts surrounding firearm use. While Republicans and Democrats […]

How to Create Second Amendment Allies

C.B. is settling in for the night. She tucks in her two girls—both elementary school age—turns off the TV, makes sure lunches are prepared and backpacks packed. As a school teacher and with her pilot husband away for work most nights, C.B. must be super organized and asleep early to have herself and her girls […]

More Guns Than People

No matter how much the anti-gun folks want to make gun ownership a thing of the past, those who want to protect the inalienable right to own firearms (and themselves) are sticking it to the David Hoggs and Demanding Moms of the world by buying more guns than ever. The FBI recently released a report […]

AMA Votes to Support Gun Control

Established in 1847, the American Medical Association (AMA) is the U.S.A.’s largest group of doctors with 243,000 members (2017.) The group was founded to promote medical standards in education, form a code of ethics for physicians and improve public health. Though it sounds like a public service all can benefit from, the group has always […]

CDC Hides Facts About Defensive Gun Use

The big boss sent me a link to an article this morning with one simple comment, “interesting.” The link goes to an article on the Blue Lives Matter Maven page claiming that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) “buried” a study that found firearms are used for self-defense 2.46 million times a year. The study […]