Navy Yard Shooting

Palin: Gun Control Is Freedom Control

Sarah Palin, National Review Online

"Beware of politicians who exploit our emotions in an attempt to pass laws that even they admit wouldn’t have prevented the violence."

Gun Laws No Deterrent for Shooting

Rasmussen Reports Staff

Just 33% of Americans believe it’s at least somewhat likely that stricter gun control laws would have prevented the mass Navy Yard shooting, according to a new survey. 

52 Felons Gained Access to Bases

Breitbart News Staff

A new Inspector Gen. report reveals that convicted felons have gained access to US military facilities on a regular basis. It states that, "the problems in vetting contractors were related to budget cuts."

Gun Control's Dead End

Charles C. W. Cooke, National Review Online

The Left, if it’s honest, will find no reason for a new push for gun control in the wake of the Navy Yard tragedy.

Obama, Spiked for His Own Good?

L. Brent Bozell III, Newsbusters

Obama barely noticed the Navy Yard shooting. He was too busy using it as an opportunity to blame the Repubs. for the poor economy.

DC Shooter Loved Violent Games

Nick Allen, The Telegraph

Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis' addiction to violent video games and guns was at odds with his devout commitment to Buddhism.

The Navy Yard Shootings: The Surveillance State Fails Again

Rather than start with the premise that Americans need less freedom to be safe, if President Obama and Senator Diane Feinstein really plan on “investigating thoroughly” what happened at the Navy Yard, they should start by admitting that while the government is looking at everything and everyone it is apparently seeing nothing.

Actor Politicizes Navy Yard Shooting

Christian Toto, Breitbart

It's a sad celebrity ritual. Tragedy strikes in the U.S., and a lib. actor uses Twitter to politicize it for their pet cause.