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Obama and the world

If President Obama wished to give substance to his belief that the U.S. is no longer the world’s sole superpower, or a superpower of any kind, he has certainly done so this week.  496 more words

The Global Economy

Moms Demand Action Takes On Kroger

The fight over whether shoppers should be allowed to tote guns openly in American businesses is about to spill into the aisles of the nation’s largest supermarket chain, Kroger. 153 more words

U.s. Politics

Has The U.S. Hit "Peak Gun?"

According to Bloomberg Businessweek, on Wednesday, gunmaker Smith & Wesson reported poor earnings, and its stock price fell 14 percent. It’s down 34 percent on the year. 198 more words

U.s. Politics

Guards, cash and the taxman: The life of a marijuana shop owner

DENVER – Meeting the taxman can be an adrenaline-pumping escapade for a marijuana-store owner.

Brian Ruden’s monthly adventure starts at a secret location. He likes to keep it unpredictable, always switching the appointment time from one meeting to the next and never doing it on the same day twice in a row. 740 more words


Minors Can Possess Long Guns in 30 States

According to the Washington Post, no minimum age exists for possessing a long gun, an analysis shows.

Federal law does bar people under 18 from owning a handgun. 176 more words


Putin, Assad, and Ahmadinejad: Not What You Think

“I’ve got these rules I live by. Rule Number One: I don’t believe anything the government tells me.” George Carlin

We all say that, and I’ll be darned, we turn right around and… 409 more words

U.S. Politics

Open Carry Segments: Does Open Carry Bully?

At this point, many people are aware of “open carry advocates.”

What is “Open Carry?”

Open carry is a shorthand term for “openly carrying a firearm in public”, as distinguished from “concealed carry,” where firearms cannot be seen by the casual observer. 122 more words