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Don’t be fooled

Don’t be fooled. Citizens with guns are a force for good, not evil. The condemnation of guns is a war on traditional cultural values, particularly…


“Gun Violence” is a Red Herring

The shootings in New Zealand stimulated calls for banning guns based on the bogus claim that semi-automatic firearms are too dangerous for civilians to own….



Blake Brown misrepresents history

Blake Brown continues to misrepresents the history of gun control. In his attempt to paint gun control as a feminist issue, he ignores women who knew cracking down…


Survey Exaggerates Support for Gun Bans

The recent Angus Reid survey exaggerates support for gun bans: “Canadians appear to come to more consensus, regarding proposed policy responses. Six-in-ten Canadians (61%) say…



Senator McPhedran spreads false claims

(Note: Thanks to helpful criticism, I’ve updated the graph). Senator McPhedran spreads false claims about law-abiding firearms owners. It is revealing that some Liberal appointed Senators,…


Bill C-71 endangers public safety

Bill C-71 endangers public safety by ignoring the KISS principle. Keep it simple, Senators. Increasing the paper burden on PAL holders ignores the real problems…


Why stronger background checks?

Why does Andrew Scheer support stronger background checks on applicants for firearms licences? On 23 January 2019, Dr Caillin Langmann and I wrote the following…


Senator Pratte stumbles

Senator Pratte stumbles when he claims that: “Over the last 10 years, 193 PAL holders were charged or suspected in homicides involving a firearm. ……





Trudeau’s proposed gun ban

Justin Trudeau’s proposed gun ban is not likely to be effective. Banning what is already illegal does not sound like a smart way to keep…


Senator Dean twists statistics

Senator Dean twisted statistics on the Senate floor. He incorrectly said that shooting was the most common way to commit suicide in Canada. It is not….


Are PAL holders murderers?

Are firearms owners murderers as some claim? Senator Pratte misinterpreted Statistics Canada data in his Senate address, when he introduced Bill C-71 in the Senate. “According to…




Bill C-71 is a red herring

Bill C-71 is a Red Herring Submission to the Federal Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security on Bill C-71 April 2018 Gary A Mauser,…