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Amy Swearer is a legal fellow in the Edwin Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies at The Heritage Foundation.
We cannot have meaningful policing reform discussions if we refuse to analyze how civilians' actions and attitudes affect the responses of law enforcement officers.
George Floyd's death was an incident of pure injustice, which American citizens must not tolerate or allow to go unchallenged.
The New York Times has taken to stating that "believe all women" was never actually a call for unquestionably believing accusations of sexual assault.
The Violence Policy Center has released a new study which claims concealed-carry permit holders are a "direct threat to public safety."
Government shouldn’t punish individuals whose only crime was failing to properly navigate a nightmarishly complex web bureaucracy prior to defending their life, liberty, and property.
Who is a United States citizen by birth?
This past weekend, a competitor at a video game competition in Jacksonville, Florida, allegedly opened fire on fellow gamers, killing two and wounding 10 before taking his own life.
Lawful gun owners are saving lives a lot more often than you might think.
As often happens in the aftermath of highly publicized shooting incidents, blame has already been placed on the lack of “common-sense gun control.” But, once again, this blame is misplaced.
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens recently argued for repealing the Second Amendment. Here's why he's misguided.
Why would any law-abiding citizen need an AR-15?
On the morning of Sunday, Nov. 5, Devin Patrick Kelley opened fire on the congregants of First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
This wound is still fresh. Not long ago, shortly after moving halfway across the country to Washington, D.C., I was roofied in a bar.
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