Against Self Defense - Sarah Thompson M.D., an excellent paper
in PDF format
- The Right to Keep and Bear Arms. The Legacy of Republicanism
vs. Absolutism A look at the historical significance or the militia
and answers once and for all who the militia is! by Gary A. Shade
- A Commentary from Stephen Moore in the Washington
Times, August 1, 1994, concerning the crime bill and its major flaws.
- "Gun Control: A Realistic Assessment," by
Don B. Kates, Jr., is a verbose and intensive study of the gun control
issue, and the motives behind it.
- A speech by Don B. Kates, Jr., renouned
criminoligist at the Sacramento Rally, July 2nd, 1994. Kates quickly points
out how gun-control proponents are really gun-ban proponents and the thinking
behind it is based in an irrational bigotry against gun owners.
- "Champions of the First Amendment Don't
Fully Understand the Second," An article in Guns magazine
by Massad Ayoob, detailing misconceptions of the press and signs of troubling
- "The False Promise of Gun Control," by
Daniel D. Polsby. Polsby lays out the problems with the false
promise that gun control will save lives and stop crime.
- "The Fifth Amendment, Self-Incrimination,
and Gun Registration" by Clayton Cramer. An essay on the problems
with gun registration, and its ill conceived assumptions on its effect
- "California's Handgun Waiting Period
Law, 1952-1990: Did It Work?" by Clayton Cramer. A study of
California's murder rate in relation with California's handgun waiting
- "British and Canadian Crime Rates:
Not Evidence For Gun Prohibition" by Clayton Cramer. A study
of crime rates and social attitudes in Britian and Canada and their
the United States.
- "Bigotry, symbolism and ideology in
the battle over gun control" by Don B. Kates, Jr. An essay
on the apparent bigotry involved in the philosophical attacks against
- "LAPD Gets Permission to Terrorize," By
Paul Ahuja, Via the Workers World Service, reprinted from the
May 11, 1995, issue of Workers World newspaper. An essay on the draconian
recently given back to the LAPD.
- "Police Have No Duty to Protect
Individuals," by Peter Kasler. An essay on the limits of police
power and duty in law enforcement.
- "Don't Talk To Cops!," by Robert
W. Zeuner, Member of the New York State Bar, giving real world advice on
to do when a cop "simply asks to talk with you."
- "If An Agent Knocks," by
the Center for Constitutional Rights. Advice on the FBI, their tactics,
to deal with them if they come knocking.
- "Americans Are Putting Up With a Spiraling
Gestapo State," by Paul Craig Roberts, in a special to the
Los Angeles Times. Roberts covers the horrors of civil seizure laws
attacks against the citizens of the US.
- The NRA and other citizen's rights
organizations are calling for a
National Commission on Government Violence to help to stop the abuses
heaped upon the American citizens by federal law enforcement agencies
- NRA Letter to former President Bush.
A text of the letter sent by NRA President Tom Washington to former President
George Bush, concerning his departure from the NRA and his criticism of the
NRA's criticism of the BATF and other federal law enforcement agencies.
- NRA Takes Clinton Gun Ban to Court.
The NRA is taking the Assault Weapons ban of the 1994 Crime Bill to court.
This article is a fact sheet describing a bit about the suit.
- " The Party's Over, NRA." I'm
not convinced that the NRA's strategy is sound, in fact I think it's starting
to smell pretty rotten and others are coming to the same conclusion
This article by L. Neil Smith sums it up quite well.
- "Am I the NRA?" Another article
by L. Neil Smith with criticism of the NRA and points of desired change.
article is less cruel in tone than the previous, and won't upset NRA die-hards
as much as "The Party's Over, NRA" may.
- "Security," by L. Neil Smith.
A short article on the encroaching draconian rule being set up in the name
- Congressional Bills, text of 45 of the latest
gun control and liberty butchering bills from Congress, plus 17 from the
session which may show up again this year.
of Rep. Charles B. Schumer on
April 5th 1995. If you had any doubts about the lack of logic and irrational
hopolophobia of the anti-RKBA crowd, just read this.