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America's latest episode of mass homicide has sparked renewed advocacy for restrictions on gun ownership. Once again, the accompanying debate has many gun control advocates claiming the Second Amendment's reference to a "well regulated militia

Article Image by Sherif Girgis

Did you know that freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and the right to bear arms were not in the original Constitution, drafted in Philadelphia in the summer of 1787? So where did they come from? Sherif Girgis, associate professor of law at the U

Article Image by Jeffrey Wernic

Biden expressed the uniqueness of America, the idea of America: "You heard me say this before, again and again. I'm going to keep saying it. What's that idea. We don't derive our rights from the government. We possess them because we're bor

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Armstrong Economics

As calls to repeal the Second Amendment continue, Americans have been buying guns at a record pace. Over 1 million civilians purchased firearms in the month of May alone, marking a record-breaking streak of 34 months of increased sales.

Article Image by Lawrence W. Reed

1791--December 15- Bill of Rights adopted - "Those who want the Government to regulate matters of the mind and spirit are like men who are so afraid of being murdered that they commit suicide to avoid assassination."

Article Image, by L. Neil Smith

You'll forgive me if I've been avoiding political commentary and have been off, instead, concentrating on writing my novels. I am, after all, a novelist. It was all I ever really set out to be. It's just that the world sucks and I had to say so

Article Image, Tyler Durden

For decades, the Democratic party has wanted to abrogate the Second Amendment, to ban the sale of guns of any and all calibers, sizes, shapes and potential uses. They have long sought to limit the amount of ammo per gun and were just foiled again on

Article Image, Regent University School of Law

Regent Law Professor James Duane gives viewers startling reasons why they should always exercise their 5th Amendment rights when questioned by government officials.

Article Image, by L. Neil Smith

Permit me to begin this discussion in an unusual way, since it may turn out to be the most important thing I've ever written. I urge you to copy it and distribute it to your own list of friends and correspondents before it's taken down because, g

Article Image by Jacob G. Hornberger

As a condition for accepting the Constitution, the American people demanded the enactment of the Bill of Rights immediately after ratification of the Constitution. They had been assured that the Constitution was calling into existence a national gove