So Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham are going to put limitations on how the states can administer federally-funded “red flag” programs? See how long that lasts if the Democrats take it all in 2020…
If you take that criminal population out of the equation, responsible citizens are quite capable of coexisting with firearms…
NYT editors grace us with such pearls of wisdom, like: “The bigger the bullet, the bigger the hole.”
It is not often that AmmoLand News is quoted in The New York Times. This mention was in an op/ed about the Supreme Court, by award-winning Journalist, Linda Greenhouse.
Rather than admit the “universal background check” bill of goods the gun-grabbers are pushing is another fraudulent incremental disarmament ploy…The Times demands still more infringements.
Splashed across the New York Times this weekend was a feature article that showed respectful and even positive imagery of a hunter harvesting an elk. I know. I thought the same thing. New York Times?
By punishing politically incorrect speech and making punitive examples of free thinkers, tech titans are enforcing their own authoritarian version of Silicon Valley sharia.
The New York Time claimes they have senior member inside the White House who is conveniently anonymous speaking out, saying he has all the dirt on Trump.
If that’s what they’d say about a man many of us considered unacceptably “moderate,” what must they want followers to think about those of us that are more hardline?
If a tyrannical government does repeal the Second Amendment it will not take away our right to keep and bear arms. Only we can give that up.
Have Yu Ning’s masters got some human rights examples for you!
Plenty more examples exist to refute the reassurances that no wider disarmament goals exist.
American gun owners take note of leftist media’s nonsensical, but deliberate, vilification of bipods, scopes, “bump-stocks, etc is deliberate.
The article says that Trump’s Justice Department’s civil rights division is going to investigate universities whose affirmative action admissions policies discriminate against white applicants.
The scare tactics used by the New York Times in the wake of a tragedy are both disgusting and shockingly tone-deaf….
That seems to be the message of “Only Ones” everywhere, including here in the U.S.
The State Department sent a cache of documents marked “secret” to Senator Benjamin Cardin of Maryland days before the Jan. 20 inauguration.
On Monday, conservative commentator and national NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch sent a message to The New York Times: “We’re going to laser-focus on your so-called ‘honest pursuit of truth.’
[This] is a lashing out at the results of the November elections…
Actually having to shoot someone is the exception, not the rule. Yet the New York Times conjures up a vision of something like the gunfight at the OK Corral..
As a global crisis grows, Sigma Force will confront a threat born of the ancient past and made real by the latest science—a danger that will unleash a cascading series of plagues.
Why would anyone trust the New York Times to report on American politics?
On Sunday, March 27, 2016, Easter Sunday, the lead article concerned Obama’s most recent nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, Judge Merrick Garland. Judge Garland presently serves as Chief…..
This sad excuse for a news article is part of the current anti-gun offensive being waged by the Times.
Never let it be said that the New York Times can’t recognize the important moments in American history, nor muster the courage to express its opinions on its front page when the situation demands.