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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?”


How does growing CCW translate to voter sentiment?

Guns and the election redux: How does CCW translate to voter sentiment?

Yesterday marked a milestone in Wisconsin as the Badger State observed the first anniversary of its concealed carry statute, with WTMJ radio reporting a total of 138,664 carry permits issued out of 151,577 applications.


Article by Dave Workman

Only police should have guns?

Only police should have guns?

For many ardent proponents of strict gun control, the notion is strong that firearms – and especially handguns – should only be allowed for police and the military, perhaps with some strictly-regulated allowance for hunters and target shooters.


Article by Dave Workman

Nothing says 'liberal" like being unarmed

In Seattle, nothing says ‘liberal’ like being unarmed

If there were any lingering doubts about the City of Seattle being the Evergreen State’s biggest liberal stronghold, they vanished Monday with KIRO’s revealing report about concealed carry across Washington.


Article by Dave Workman

DOJ officials suffered 'collective memory loss'

Justice officials experienced ‘collective memory loss’ on Fast & Furious

Four top Justice Department officials had failures of memory 249 times during interviews with congressional investigators looking for answers about Operation Fast and Furious, according to the second installment of a joint staff report on the scandal from Congressman Darrell Issa and Senator Charles Grassley.


Article by Dave Workman

Court rules against NRA case

Court deals blow to NRA, Second Amendment in gun case

A unanimous ruling by the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in Houston today dealt a blow to the National Rifle Association and, gun rights activists might argue, the Second Amendment.


Article by Dave Workman


"Its very simple. If Obama wins he will appoint two and maybe three Justices to the Supreme Court.