Mr. Farah: I just read your column “Time to roll back all gun bans.” This is precisely what we need – not fear mongering, speculation, or conspiracy theories. To use your words, we need to employ tactics successfully used by the left and reframe the debate in our favor.
As a feminine, man-respecting woman, I am sickened by the pop culture, media male bashing. Feminist are NOT for feminine women like me.
Thank you for asking women to stop and think ["Want a man? Stop being a b-tch"].
The media, Hollywood, colleges and pop culture are against masculine men who protect, provide and lead feminine women and children in strong families.
You are in my prayers. Stay true.
Greetings, Chelsea Schilling. I just wanted to thank you for being honest and taking a stand for what is right ["Want a man? Stop being a b-tch"]. The only thing I would’ve changed was the title, but of course I can understand the brevity given the abusive and lackluster language of the audience you’re targeting. Nonetheless, you are a light in a dark world and definitely worthy of honor.
The truth should be known and these self-destructive philosophies exposed. I wrote something concerning the issues of “diversity” due to Linda Hudson of BAE Systems and h ... continue reading »
As a fan of western lever action rifles, I realized the same thing about three days ago ["Feinstein's plan bans any gun with a grip"]. Gun manufacturers that make lever actions such as Winchester or Marlin (now gone) have been calling their stocks either straight stocks or pistol grip stocks for as long as I can remember. Using that as a criteria would ban 99 percent of the rifles and shotguns being sold. Also, as a comment, do these police departments and government agencies really think that any gun manufacturer is going to produce an AR-type weapon just for them? They will ... continue reading »
You and your readers are all frigging nuts.
I would like to suggest that, as a former Scout and Scoutmaster of many years (now an 85-year-old retiree), a list of the BSA’s financial supporters be made available, and those of us who are adamantly opposed to further eroding the morality of this once great nation take a position of no longer supporting those corporations that have or have threatened to take away their support.
I, for one, will no longer use UPS services and will look to replace ATT as my provider of telephone and Internet services. I will do the same with any other such corporation. Hopefully with your articles many others will follow.
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