As the number of Americans with concealed carry permits has increased, a new study reveals that during the same time period, the percentage of violent crimes has decreased. The study, conducted by the Crime Prevention Research Center, reveals that 11.1 million Americans now carry concealed weapons, a significant increase from 4.5 million in 2007. And that 146 percent increase coincides with a 22 percent decrease in both murder and violent crime rates.
An ACLU study reveals an increasingly militarized police force across the country that is abusing power and people.
In the ongoing war against guns, facts, history, logic, or experience don't matter. A lie repeated often enough becomes truth.
Attorney General Eric Holder has announced that the Justice Department will be utilizing a program originally designed to prevent domestic threats to the United States. The program will label as threats individuals the government has deemed anti-government or racially prejudiced, paving the way to targeting political dissenters.
As if on cue and reading from the same script, senior Obama administration officials and the increasingly discredited establishment press rushed to paint a deeply deceptive caricature of the alleged Las Vegas cop-killers. By selectively picking what to report in an outlandishly biased manner, a deranged couple described by neighbors as methamphetamine-abusing white supremacists became — at least in the mischaracterized “mainstream” media — everyday Americans suspicious about lawless government. According to polls, over two thirds of U.S. voters say the federal government is “out of control” and a threat to basic liberties.
The national media largely ignored the actions of an unsung man who delayed the attackers long enough to allow the police to arrive to neutralize the threat.
The drug task force involved in the case that resulted in the injury to a Georgia toddler killed an innocent pastor in 2009.
U.S. marshals seized police records revealing the scope of the department's use of cellphone surveillance equipment.