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Scholars are pointing out eery similarities between Hitler's gun-grabbing policies and recent U.S. attempts to disarm civilians.

In forcing the country's last lead smelting plant to close, the overreaching federal Environmental Protection Agency is making a severe impact on the manufacture of ammunition. By Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.

The TSA will now pre-screen citizens' tax records, travel histories, property records, and more before allowing them to travel by air.

Big gates often swing on little hinges. If the big gate Supreme Court case of Bond v. United States swings shut, it could give the government unlimited treaty enforcement powers.

Liberty County, Florida, Sheriff Nick Finch was acquitted today of both charges against him. Within hours, Governor Rick Scott reinstated Finch.

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