Ethics of Firearm Industry Lawsuits, Rod Murphy and Gary
- DOJ Report 2013
- Advocates Gun Registration and Gun confiscation!
- Army Instructor
presentation puts Christians as #1 threat for domestic
- DOJ Report
on Violence: England Vs. U.S. Acrobat format for download or
- "A Nation of Cowards,"
by Jeffrey Snyder, as published in The Public Interest
magazine. This is a powerful essay on crime in America and
firearm ownership. I strongly recommend reading this
- Research by Dr.
Gary Kleck which examines defensive uses of handguns.
- Interview with
Dr. Gary Kleck by J. Neil Schulman, of the Orange
County Register. Dr. Kleck's studies show that civlians
use firearms to defend themselves from crime as often as 2.5
million times each year.
- "Guns and
Violence: A Summary of the Field" by Dr. Gary Kleck.
This article is a summary of Kleck's book, "Point Blank: Guns
and Violence In America", (Aldine de Gruyter, 1991)
- "The Value of
Civilian Arms Possession As Deterrent To Crime Or Defense
Against Crime," by Don B. Kates, Jr., is an excellent
study of civilian firearm ownership as a deterrent to crime.
- "Firearms and
Violent Crime: Old Premises, Current Evidence" by Don B.
Kates, Jr. An essay on violent crime and firearm ownership.
- "Pursued," by
Peter Kasler. A story of one of Peter Kasler's clients and the
horrors that she has, and still suffers at the hands of a
criminal that the police cannot touch!
- "Do Federal Gun
Traces Accurately Reflect Street Crime?" by David B.
Kopel. A study on gun tracing by the authorities, and its
reflection on street crime.
- "News Media
Promotes Bogus CCW Study, by J. Neil Schulman. A
criticism of the University of Maryland's study which claims
that homicides have risen in cities which have added CCW laws.
This study is full of flaws, and Schulman does a good job of
hashing out the worst of them.
- "Fighting Fire With
Fire," by Clayton Cramer. An essay on resisting crime
with armed force.
- "Variations In
California Murder Rates: Does Gun Availability Cause High
Murder Rates?" by Clayton Cramer. An essay on
California's murder rate in relation with California's handgun
waiting period and availablity of firearms.
- "Up From
Pacifism," by Clayton Cramer. Cramer's own story on how
and why he changed his mind on pacifistic non-resistence to
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