Schools across the country are banning not the gun, but the idea of the gun.
Four Jews who will not celebrate Purim this year are Yitzhak Ames, Talia Ames, Kochava Even-Haim, and Avishai Schindler - all murdered by Hamas.
I believe that the massacre in Newton would never have happened if guns were made illegal.
Crowd culture expects everyone to follow the leader, to join the meme, to move with the flow, but that is something that crazy people cannot do.
If you believe that people are basically good, then they can be trusted with an AR-15.
America is a great country, but we can be an even greater country if we just banned everything... for the children.
The American political and social divides are trickling down to our schools and placing horrific pressure on our kids.
The 26 murders at the Sandy Hook elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut last Friday have triggered yet another nationwide debate over how something so horrific could happen in the United States.
Both the Left and the shooters agree that the people you are shooting at should not have guns.
The Left seeks to create a society where everyone is a lab monkey except the experts running the experiments.
The issue isn't really guns. Guns are how we misspell evil.
Connecticut has some of the tightest restrictions in the country and Mrs. Lanza was in full compliance with them.
Entering our apartment with Itamar held tightly in my arms, I gazed out over the porch rails at my valley that had been so green.
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