Kim McCormack's opinion of Phoenix changed drastically after
he and his fiancee became engaged in a rush hour gun battle that
left his 14-month-old daughter wounded in the arm. Stopped for a
traffic signal, McCormack pulled his truck forward after another car
stopped alongside and the occupants flashed a handgun. When they
started shooting, McCormack and fiancee Traci Updike pulled their
own pistols and returned fire, driving their assailants away. "The
city is not safe," McCormack said. "For us, our guns are like an
American Express card. We never leave home without them."
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The Supreme Court struck down a Minnesota law that forbade voters from wearing “political insignias” at polling places after the law was challenged by a voter who was told he must remove or cover his ...
Gun control advocates can now boast of a new group of allies joining their dubious coalition: witches. It kind of makes sense. We all know that gun control is based mainly on magical thinking. Its advocates, after ...
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