Posts Tagged ‘vote’

As a follow-up to my September 13, 2010 article on Canada’s long-gun registry: a feel-good failure, I was interviewed by Dr. Stan Monteith of Radio Liberty on September 22, and shared breaking news of Canada’s parliamentary vote on repealing its failed long-gun registry, which ultimately went down to defeat by only two votes.

There were some great calls, including by one who argued that the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution doesn’t protect an individual right to keep and bear arms, despite the Supreme Court of the United States ruling otherwise, twice since 2008. Tune in to see what Dr. Stan and I had to say!

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We constantly hear how much Americans don’t want higher taxes, including the wealthiest Americans, but how did the majority of people in the states with a higher than average number of households making $200,000 or more a year actually vote for President?

A majority of voters living in 14 out of 15 such states voted for Barack Obama — the candidate who promised to raise their taxes!


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