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Firearms-Related Accident Deaths Plunge 41% From 1999

While recent headlines might lead you to believe that accidental deaths from firearms are at an all-time high, the fact is they are at their lowest in decades - but unfortunately, the so-called “mainstream” media won’t report the truth.

As noted by the National Shooting Sports Foundation in a blog post on the group’s website, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is claiming that gun-related deaths in 2017 reached their highest level in the U.S. in 40 years.

As reported by Fox News:

In 2017, nearly 40,000 people were killed from gun-related incidents in the U.S., according to the data. By contrast, gun-related incidents accounted for less than 29,000 deaths in 1999.

The report went on to list some of the higher-profile shootings last year, such as the terrorist attack (because that’s what it really was) on 22,000 concert-goers in October 2017 in Las Vegas, which killed 58 people, and the following month when a former Air Force member killed 25 people at a Texas church.

Of the 40,000-odd recorded gun deaths, the CDC said half were due to suicides and just over one-third were homicides — and while any gun deaths are tragic, those figures are still very low proportionately in a country of some 320 million people and 90 million gun owners.

Also, according to the NSSF, “thankfully, the CDC breaks down the data by unintentional fatalities, homicides, and suicides,” thereby making “a careful review of the data possible.”

“And such a review is revealing,” the Second Amendment-supporting group notes.

Chinese Media Highlights Rebound In Men's Underwear Sales As Sign Of Impending Economic Boom

Not sure what they mean by boom but it’s reassuring that 600+ million Chinese men are wearing clean underwear.
Trade accordingly.

I voted against corruption and career politicians, so I voted Trump.

As for Russian social media advertisements, thank you Mr Putin and I wish you a very merry Christmas. Thanks for getting us out of Syria too.

PS if you got Hillary’s emails, please release

Apparently its ok for some to pay hush money, but not others

CBS Reached Secret $9.5 Million Settlement With Eliza Dushku Over Harassment Claim: NYT

Bush funeral is a nice reminder how pathetic John MCCain was

Just Googled Chelsea Clinton

Funny that the title says “Bill Clinton’s daughter”

Have to read down the paragraph to find shit for brains mentioned.

Even they hate her

Israel unveils 9,000-year-old NPC mask (no kidding)


You have $10,000 today for investment with a 3-5 year timeframe. Where do you put it?

Curious to hear some opinions.

Personally, I have alway been a fan of the medals and haven’t added to my pile in awhile.

Silver is looking cheap at $14.42, from its highs near $49

Bitcoin could easily drop to $3,000, sitting at $4200 now but $3600 yesterday. Picking up a 3 coins would be nice.

Feinstein on immigration.

Warzone PTSD question

I can understand if a person was drafted and forced on to the battle field they might experience PTSD but how do so many volunteers have PTSD? Did they not understand what they signed up for? Did they not understand or were they not properly prepared for war? Did they not think innocent people would be killed and cities destroyed? What exactly did they think happens in war?

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