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The Manhunt Evolves at Least One on Guns

by Scott Morales April 25, 2013

Growing up, Paula was afraid of guns and never wanted one in her home. She recounts when an abstract belief reified itself; when the safety projected by modernity dissipated and revealed itself to be illusory. Protection was always one phone call away, she didn’t expect that to change.

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Political Elites say, “Protect us and our families”, but Not the “Common Folk”

by Don January 11, 2013

What do American Presidents and Vice-Presidents, their wives and children, foreign Heads of State, many Governors, big city Mayors, large Company CEOs, prominent directors, actors, singers, and other entertainers, and the children of many wealthy people in Washington, DC, and other wealthy “elites” have in common? They carry guns or have armed guards to keep […]

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