September 2012

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“Thou Shalt Not Kill” (Exodus 20:13)

Reflection by Anthony B. Robinson As I watched the fireworks of July 4th this year, I couldn’t help but think of fireworks of a different sort: gun violence. America, we got a problem. With over 300 million privately owned guns, we are the most heavily armed civilian population in the world – by far. In […]

Response to Aurora Tragedy

Response to Aurora Tragedy

Our first thoughts are profound sadness and concern for the families of the victims and the injured. Their tragedy will continue long after attention is diverted away from that horrific moment. We convey our deepest sympathies to each suffering person and family.

Stand Your Ground or License to Kill?

Stand Your Ground or License to Kill?

America has been awakened by the unnecessary death of Trayvon Martin. Issues surrounding concealed weapons and the “Stand Your Ground” laws are being discussed in the media. This national discussion has shed light on the perfidious actions by the NRA to arm America. The “Stand Your Ground” law, adopted in Florida in 2005, states that […]

Law Enforcement Backs Expanding Gun Control Laws

Law Enforcement Backs Expanding Gun Control Laws

Commenting on the Colorado shooting rampage, Hubert Williams, president of the Police Foundation and chairman of the National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence, stated, “After looking at what happened in Aurora, Colorado, who could be in favor of these high-capacity magazines?”

Trading Firearms for Drugs: Fast & Furious Explained

Trading Firearms for Drugs: Fast & Furious Explained

Former Mexican President Calderon pleaded at the unveiling of a billboard in Juarez, Mexico visible across the border in El Paso, Texas, “Dear friends of the United States, Mexico needs your help to stop this terrible violence that we’re suffering.” Calderon asserted “the current period of violence in Mexico began in 2004 after the U.S. federal […]

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