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Shocker: Tough Gun Control Laws Didn't Impede Boston Bombers

Shocker: Tough Gun Control Laws Didn't Impede Boston Bombers

It turns out that Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev not only didn’t have license to purchase weapons in Massachusetts, home to some of the toughest gun laws in the nation according to the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, but they wouldn’t have qualified to own guns if they had applied. Yet, somehow they still managed

Government Benefits Have Reduced The Incentive To Be Employed

In the Wall Street Journal, Richard Vedder writes about America’s declining work force: In recent decades there was a steady rise in the employment-to-population ratio: For every 100 working-age Americans, there were eight more workers in 2000 than in 1960. The increase entirely reflects higher female participation in the labor force. Yet in the years

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