Book: Shall Not Be Infringed, By David A. KeeneShall Not be Infringed: The New Assaults on Your Second Amendment is a history of the gun control debate in America and a revealing description of how those hostile to the Second Amendment use polls, studies, and numbers to confuse the public. Expert pro-gun advocates David Keene and Thomas Mason tell the story of the battle fought in the courts, Congress, and state legislatures across the country as well as in the media and even the United Nations. 

Addressing vital issues such as deterring and preventing crime, troubling presidential and Congressional politics, problematic anti-gun proposals, and so much more, Shall Not Be Infringed is an essential read for our times.

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David Keene is an Editor at Large for The Washington Times, and you may view his most recent articles HERE.

THE AR-15: THE GUN LIBERALS LOVE TO HATE

Dianne Feinstein with AR-15
Jan 2, 2013

Politician after politician have joined the television talking heads in calling for a new “assault weapons ban” patterned after the ten-year Clinton ban that was allowed to lapse in 2004 after Justice Department and private studies concluded it had no impact whatsoever on murder and violent crime rates and had become a symbol of wrong-headed governmental attempts to restrict firearms ownership in this country.

Debate gun violence with facts

Disagreement over the 2nd Amendment is no reason to abandon the 1st Amendment.
Dec 30, 2012

Disagreement over the 2nd Amendment is no reason to abandon the 1st Amendment.

Armed security is common sense

Sandy Hook shows need for heightened protection of schoolchildren
Dec 28, 2012

Sandy Hook shows need for heightened protection of schoolchildren

Washington’s ideological blinders too often prevent anything approaching a rational discussion of issues. The battle lines are drawn and most everybody assumes without thinking that any suggestion emanating from “enemy” lines must be dangerous, wrong or even crazy.

NRA president: Don't prosecute David Gregory

Thu, December 27, 2012

NRA President David A Keene calls the idea that David Gregory should be prosecuted for showing high-capacity magazines on the news "Silly."

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