Flawed Study from the Prestigious Lancet Exposes Broader Problems in Anti-gun Research
|The anti-gun press couldn’t contain their excitement. A new study published in the UK’s prestigious The Lancet medical journal purported to show that certain gun control measures could lead to incredible reductions in the firearm mortality rate. CNN blared, “Study: 3 federal laws could reduce gun deaths by more than 90%,” the L.A. Times touted, “Aiming to drive down gun deaths? Put these three laws on the books, researchers say,” and the Christian Science Monitor proclaimed, “Federal gun control laws could reduce deaths up to 90 percent, study says.” What these outlets weren’t anticipating is that the study has proven so flawed that the most influential members of the anti-gun research community have been forced to denounce it; lest the public realize the larger problems attendant to the entire field of study.|
Tales from the Windy City: Fraud, Theatrics, and Murder in Barack Obama's Adopted Hometown
|President Obama’s hometown of Chicago has been controlled by his political party since at least 1931. The city is a reflection of a certain style of politics and philosophy, one in which single-party rule, corruption, and the casual disregard of human rights all go hand-in-hand. Perhaps the city’s residents have become accustomed to this state of affairs, but for the rest of us, the Windy City is a cautionary tale of what America could look like if Barack Obama and his cronies were allowed to reign unopposed and unchecked.|
Entertainment Industry Conditioning the Public Against Gun Ownership
|Does it ever seem like the entertainment industry needlessly interjects biased and politically-charged content into otherwise entertaining television programs or films? If so, rest assured you’re not unreasonably suspicious. Aside from the biases already attendant to the industry, the truth is that Hollywood is engaged in a concerted effort to propagandize unsuspecting Americans on certain political issues; and one of their chief causes is gun control.|
House of Canards: Netflix Drama Gets it Wrong on Gun Laws, NRA
|SPOILER ALERT: If you plan on watching the fourth season of the Netflix political drama “House of Cards” you may want to finish viewing it before reading this article... March 4 saw the premiere of the fourth season of Netflix’s hit political drama House of Cards. The show follows the machinations of House Majority Whip Frank Underwood as he ascends to the presidency and subsequently runs to stay in office. While the real-life Washington elite certainly have an unsettling fondness for the Machiavellian drama, its depiction of life inside the Beltway is highly stylized. This season this fact is made abundantly clear with the show’s portrayal of federal gun laws and NRA.|
Gun Ban Billionaire Bags Presidential Run
|Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced in early March that he is abandoning a potential run for the White House in 2016 after concluding he could not win and would more likely siphon voters away from the staunchly anti-gun Democratic candidate.|
In this News Minute from the NRA Institute for Legislative Action, Jennifer Zahrn reports that, at a town hall meeting on the Second Amendment last week at the annual CPAC gathering, Chris Cox discussed why the NRA supports legislation allowing concealed carry permit holders to carry on college campuses.
NRA All Access meets pro golfer Boo Weekley to learn how this family man spends time with his wife and kids when he’s not on the golf course. Then we take a step back in to history to learn the significance of the 1853 Enfield Rifle Musket during WWII and how an American helped spread mass production around the world. Tune in Wednesday March 16, 2016 on Outdoor Channel.
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