Tag Archive: John Longenecker

Jul 10

How do you fight an on-air ambush?

Being on hundreds of talk radio shows entirely on second amendment issues, and having been asked to coach other contributors, I decided to start my own business on coaching liberty contributors to be super guests on the air. Please follow me on Facebook. Gotcha politics and media: If you get onto talk radio as a …

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Apr 14

Guns as a health problem? What about the 2.5 million traumas doctors will never see?

Again, we return to the insistence that guns are a health problem. If you are looking for a mechanism to reduce violence – including by knives, fists, bats, groups and more – one mechanism already exists, and gun control is vociferously against it. When it comes to seeing guns as a health problem, then, one …

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May 05

Reaching the non-gun owner electorate in 2014: The cart has been before the horse.

Years ago, I began to see how second amendment content was truthful, accurate and needed, but that something was missing. Among liberty bloggers, we bring this preaching to the choir up from time to time, but little seems to be done. Though many liberty writers do write for the mainstream, second amendment authorities still do …

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Mar 10

2014: Knowing who to trust. Should America trust the values of 90 million gun owners? Part II

  In a word, yes. It is because it strengthens the voting bloc on the shared values of what America is asking for at this hour. It is because 90 million gun owners and so many non-gun owners are all fighting for the same things; why not merge? And what would those be, John? They …

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Mar 03

2014: It’s all in knowing who to trust; should America trust 90 million gun owners’ values?

Far from being a single-issue voter, the American gun owner is much more of a libertarian – independent – conservative blend of the average citizen: the shared values I’m talking about are where gun owners stand generally as a rather reliable early warning to presage how the rest of the nation will fare. As I …

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