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Government takes aim at ammo

By William R. Toler The popular pro-gun phrase “You can have my gun…bullets first” may be the first step to severely dismantling the Second Amendment. The Ammunition Accountabiltity Act is being¬†introduced in 18 states, including North Carolina neighbors South Carolina … Continue reading

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Another Constitutional Convention?

By Richard C. Evey This country is headed for a disaster. I am not referring to the inauguration of the savior in January of 2009. That is another story and I am not going there, not now. I am referring … Continue reading

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The sound of freedom

By William R. Toler As a staunch advocate of the Second Amendment, I decided to reclaim my old shotgun a few weeks ago. It was given to me by my father for Christmas when I was 12 years old (I … Continue reading

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Gun sales go up

By William R. Toler Sales aren’t down for all items. Firearms are starting to see a dramatic increase in purchases, according to the Associated Press. The election of a Democratic president and a congressional majority of Democrats have been said … Continue reading

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What was Biden saying?

By William R. Toler Just what did Sen. Joe Biden, Democratic vice presidential nominee, mean by his statements this weekend? The major networks and other mass media outlets are just quoting the first part of Biden’s remarks: “Mark my words…It … Continue reading

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Second Amendment wins again

By William R. Toler The city of New Orleans agreed to return hundreds of guns to their owners following the settelement of a law suit brought forth by the National Rifle Association according to the Times-Picayune. Gunowners had their firearms … Continue reading

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