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Anti-gun Missouri legislator plays 'race card'--badly
02/26/2013 01:06 PM
Missouri State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal (D-University City) claims that those colleagues of hers who oppose her bizarrely restrictive gun bill (that would be the vast majority of her colleagues) do so only because they do not value "black lives." From the St. Louis Beacon:  Read More...
SAF launches new effort to defend equality of gun ownership
02/25/2013 08:44 PM
NEWS RELEASE Second Amendment Foundation 12500 NE Tenth Place · Bellevue, WA 98005 (425) 454-7012 · FAX (425) 451-3959 · SAF LAUNCHES NEW EFFORT TO DEFEND EQUALITY OF GUN OWNERSHIP For Immediate Release: Today The Second Amendment Foundation launched a new project aimed at promoting and protecting equality in the exercise of the individual fundamental right to keep and bear arms, with a video message for television and the internet, and a new website with a petition campaign. Read More...
There is no Equality without the Equalizer
02/25/2013 01:25 PM
It's about Equality. You won't see President Obama or his gun-grabbing cohorts admitting it, but the simple fact is that disarmament in America has historically been racially motivated. Yes, you read that right. Gun Control has racist roots. According to the George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal Vol. 2 (1991): 67 titled Gun Control & Racism: The history of gun control in America possesses an ugly component: discrimination and oppression of blacks, other racial and ethnic minorities, immigrants, and other "unwanted elements," including union organizers and agrarian reformers. Firearms laws were often enacted to disarm and facilitate repressive action against these groups. Read More...
Organizer of Gun Appreciation Day calls out the racist outcome of gun control
02/25/2013 12:10 PM
“It is unconscionable that in 2013 we have folks harboring a pre-civil rights era mentality that… seeks to keep guns out of the hands of law abiding citizens just for being in urban, higher percentage minority areas” Larry Ward, President of Political Media and principle organizer of Gun Appreciation Day, today released the following statement along with a video supporting a new project, The video, produced in collaboration with the Second Amendment Foundation, highlights the disproportionate impact of gun control laws on the African-American population, and how that discrimination leaves large groups unable to defend themselves, their families, or their businesses. Read More...
Star Parker: Blacks Who Back Gun Control Need to Study History of Slavery and Jim Crow
02/25/2013 11:37 AM asked Parker, who is the founder and president of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education (CURE): “There are a lot of African Americans and people of color in Congress who are backing Obama’s plan for gun control. What would you say to them because today [at this event] it was revealed that there is a direct effect on the African American community with this gun control?” Read More...
Second Amendment Foundation: Self Defense Is a Human Right
02/25/2013 10:00 AM
The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) has launched a new campaign titled, "Equal Gun Rights." The Foundation aims to show that gun rights are being unequally protected, and actually infringed, in different areas of our country--particularly in areas with a high minority population. Read More...
VIDEO: You Can't Ban Evil
02/25/2013 06:34 AM
Young lady explains why she used to be for gun control. Now she details her change of heart and why guns are essential for Liberty and Freedom.  Read More...
What Would Django Do? Arms and “The Man”
02/25/2013 06:24 AM
Why do African-Americans side with liberal proponents of gun control? Historically, guns have been the African-American’s greatest friend. The great Ida B. Wells, who, like me, had to flee Klan supporters in Tennessee after writing a newspaper article, said that “a Winchester rifle should have a place of honor in every black home….” Read More...
Things would be different in America if African-Americans had guns in the '60s
02/24/2013 02:02 PM
A few weeks ago, Rush Limbaugh said this: Try this. If a lot of African-Americans back in the ’60s had guns and the legal right to use them for self-defense, you think they would have needed Selma? I don’t know, I’m just asking. If John Lewis, who says he was beat upside the head, if John Lewis had had a gun, would he have been beat upside the head on the bridge? Anyway, that’s what we’re — and these people that think like Brokaw are all over the media. This is the way they’re looking at this. (here)  Read More...
Gun Control: White Man's Law
02/24/2013 02:00 PM
Chances are that you've never heard of General Laney. He hasn't had a brilliant military career, at least as far as I know. In fact, I'm not certain that he's even served in the military. General, you see, isn't Laney's rank. General is Laney's first name. General Laney does, however, have a claim to fame, unrecognized though it may be. Read More...


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