The people of Colorado have spoken. In the state’s first ever recall election, voters successfully recalled senators John Morse and Angela Giron over their support of anti-liberty gun control legislation passed earlier in the year, sending a message that the destruction of freedom will not be tolerated – in the state of Colorado.
Keep a close eye on how anti-gun politicians do in Colorado as early recall voting has kicked off in two districts in the state. Officially, the election does not begin until Tuesday.
While the American people are distracted by the Syrian mess and the United States’ likely involvement in yet another middle east conflict, the president quietly pushed through two more executive orders that circumvent our nation’s system of checks-and-balances.
A Dominos pizza delivery man used a concealed gun to stop a knife-wielding man from robbing him shortly after delivering a pizza to a Days Inn hotel room in Brevard County, Florida. The burglar died of his single gunshot wound.
Until the United States finally begins to realize that gangs are a big part of the problem with violence in this country, Americans will never be truly safe. Gun control sells, but gang control doesn’t.
Soon after the completely senseless murder of an Australian athlete in Oklahoma, former Australian Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer pleaded with Australian tourists to boycott the United States due to our supposed proliferation of guns which, as Mr. Fischer evidently believes, leads to an increase in violence and crime.
Once again, a study from an organization that you would never accuse of being “gun-loving” or “right-wing” seems to disprove the myth that the availability of handguns increases murder rates. In fact, it doesn’t.