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The UN, the EU, and Gun Control versus the Czech Republic, Poland, and Freedom by Miguel A. Faria, MD

The truth is the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT; formally the UN Small Arms Treaty) has failed to materialize because the negotiators have not been capable of reaching a consensus, but as Gun Owners of America (GOA) stated years ago, “It would be a mistake to believe that it spells the end of the effort to …

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The UN and Gun Rights — Taking a Soporific or Guarding the Precious Jewel?

In a recent article, Bill Ferguson, a local columnist for The Telegraph (Macon, Georgia), attempts to give readers a strong political soporific, as to deaden their need to remain informed and vigilant when it comes to guarding their Second Amendment rights from usurpation by a UN treaty.(1) But before that, he takes a swipe at …

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William F. Buckley Jr. and the John Birch Society — A Book Review

A book authored earlier this year by John F. McManus, president of the John Birch Society, titled William F. Buckley, Jr.: Pied Piper for the Establishment, has not received the attention it deserves in the mainstream media and, surprisingly, the alternative, more conservative forms of communication in this information age. Frankly, the information may be …

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The International Criminal Court — A Threat to Our Legacy of Freedom

On July 1, 2002, the International Criminal Court (ICC) of the United Nations opened its doors in The Hague, ready to hear, file and investigate complaints alleging human rights abuses, genocide and crimes against humanity on the part of any of its member nations whether signatories to the ICC treaty or not, including members of …

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Perpetual War

We had no choice but to punish the perpetrators and collaborators of the heinous 9-11 terrorist attack that left nearly 3,000 innocent Americans crying out for justice. It was an unprovoked attack, correctly an act of war, and the U.S. had good cause under the Just War doctrine (i.e., the Judeo-Christian principle establishing the right …

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