Michael Hammond

Gun Owners of America

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Legislative consultant to Gun Owners of America, an organization of 300,000 members which lobbies Congress in favor of Second Amendment rights

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Investigators report that the female killer in San Bernardino pledged allegiance to ISIS on Facebook on the day the mass shooting occurred.

Is Gun Control an Answer to Homegrown Terror?

Investigators report that the female killer in San Bernardino pledged allegiance to ISIS on Facebook on the day the mass shooting occurred.

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The gunman who killed 32 students yesterday at  Virginia Tech  has been identified as Cho Seung-Hui, a resident-alien student originally from South Korea.

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The gunman who killed 32 students yesterday at Virginia Tech has been identified as Cho Seung-Hui, a resident-alien student originally from South Korea.

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