Gun Violence 10 articles

Missouri Congress Outguns Federal Laws

Like a pro-2nd Amendment salmon swimming against the post-New-Zealand-massacre tide, the Great State of Missouri is considering creating an Act to regulate its own firearm laws. In a textbook case of States Rights versus Federalism, last month legislators in both the Missouri Senate and House found bipartisan support for the proposed SB (Senate Bill) 367, […]

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Are Active Shooters the New Normal? Part 2 of 2

Part 2 of this two-part article examining the “new normal” phenomenon called “Active Shooters” picks up where Part 1 left off. As previously mentioned, U.S. government organizations such as the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Ready.gov have coined the term “Active Shooter” as something to expect these days. The advice from Ready.gov when threatened […]

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Passenger Walks Onto Delta Flight With Gun

A passenger carrying a concealed handgun was able to pass through TSA without incident at the Atlanta Airport on January 3rd to board a Delta flight to Japan. Midway through the flight the passenger disclosed to flight attendants that he was armed, apparently forgetting the firearm was in his carry-on luggage. The airliner reported the […]

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JFK’s Assassination Still Haunts Agent

This past November marked the 55th Anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy in Dallas, Texas by Lee Harvey Oswald. For many who lived through that tragic event, time stopped the instant the news flashed across the world that our 35th President had been assassinated. That moment is “freeze-framed” and seared within most of our […]

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Still Questioning Sandy Hook

The ugly scab of the Sandy Hook is being picked open again this week in the aftermath of the social media ban on Alex Jones and his Infowars media company. Jones was one of the first alternative newscasters to reveal evidence that raised doubts about what really happened at the event billed as the most […]

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