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Effective Gun Regulation

Kevin Williamson gives HRC some advise on effectively addressing gun violence in Some Advice for President Clinton: Let us begin with the basics: The United States of America may be a beacon of liberty and prosperity to the world, but

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Knee Jerk Gun Control- Part II

America has a gun problem. We can argue if the guns are a symptom of a crime problem, a cultural problem or a terrorist problem; or if they are a cause.  But we can certainly agree that we would like

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An Assumption of Decency

Daniel Greenfield writes The Guns of Obamerica in his blog The Sultan Knish, 1/20/2013. Excerpts: 67% of firearm murders took place in the country’s 50 largest metro areas. The 62 cities in those metro areas have a firearm murder rate

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Whiskey, Drugs, and Guns

Daniel Greenfield writes The Guns of Obamerica in his blog The Sultan Knish, 1/20/2013. Excerpts: Reformers in the twenties blamed the plight of the slums on the availability of liquor. They rammed through Prohibition for the entire country to fix the cities. The

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