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Wounded Warrior redux. Apocalypse Not...

Wounded Warrior redux: WWP now ‘Clarifying our approach’

Some may call it a scramble for damage control, others may portray it as a “clarification” of what became a massive misunderstanding, but whatever it is, there now appears to be an attempt by the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) to apply a bandage to a gaping political wound that opened up yesterday across various gun rights forums.


Article by Dave Workman

Backlash to election

Backlash to election as gun owners wonder who speaks for them

In the wake of the national elections, gun owners in several states, most notably Massachusetts and Washington, are now wondering who will speak for their interests, and their rights.


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Holder to stay on as AG

Holder reportedly will stay as attorney general under fire

Embattled Attorney General Eric Holder may be suspected of masochism before it is all over, now that he has reportedly agreed to stay on in the second Obama administration.


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What if businesses prohibited armed citizens?

What if businesses prohibited armed citizens?

Weekend reaction to this column’s story about an Arizona-based firearms retailer who is refusing service to people who voted for Barack Obama has been striking, and among the criticisms of gun dealer Cope Reynolds were those that wondered what would happen if businesses decided to not allow armed citizens inside?


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AZ gun dealer to Obama voters: 'Stay out'

Arizona gun dealer tells Obama voters, ‘Turn around and leave!’

An Arizona-based firearms dealer is refusing to do business with gun owners or potential gun buyers who voted for Barack Obama, and whether it costs him money, he is providing those potential customers with an object lesson about actions and consequences.


Article by Dave Workman

Here's something to speculate about

Friday speculation: Holder, Clinton resting up for SCOTUS vacancies?

While the firearms community is debating whether there is any real threat of the new push for a global arms trade treaty – resurrected just hours after Barack Obama’s re-election was affirmed – perhaps they ought to speculate about two more of their perfect storm nightmares.


Article by Dave Workman

Gun activists lick wounds

Gun activists lick wounds, look at some wins

Northwest gun rights activists are licking their wounds today, arguing amongst themselves over the election outcome, and looking around the map at some small victories as they wait to see whether Washington will have a pro-gun governor.


Article by Dave Workman

Future of courts is at stake with election outcome

Future of courts is at stake with election outcome

Today millions of voters are heading to the polls, or have already filled out their mail-in ballots, and are awaiting the outcome of a national election that could either secure an advancement of constitutional rights, or provide the mechanism for a setback.


Article by Dave Workman

It's all over but the shouting...

It’s all over but the shouting, except for the revenge

“Don’t boo, vote. Vote. Voting is the best revenge.”

So said re-election candidate Barack Obama the other day and over the weekend, the video of that campaign moment has gone viral as the final days of the 2012 campaign wind down. Lucky for Obama that gun rights forums apparently didn’t have a chance to really get cranked up about it, as they might have asked the president to explain “revenge for what?”