Defending the Defenseless. Opposing Tyrants. Upholding Our 2nd Amendment. Doug Giles & ClashDaily.com
"Doug Giles and his team over at ClashDaily.com cut through the crap to expose what have become modern day human slaughter houses: gun free zones. Their candid arguments about allowing teachers to protect themselves and the students in their care through concealed carry should be taken seriously. As a result maybe, just maybe, we’ll be able to save some lives someday rather than call the cops to report the body count."
- Katie Pavlich. News Editor,Townhall.com & NYT's Best-selling Author, Fast and Furious: Barack Obama's Bloodiest Scandal and Its Shameless Cover-Up
"There were many lessons to draw from the horrific Newtown, CT school shooting. Unfortunately, most of the media and political Left came up with the wrong ones. But not Doug Giles and his writers over at ClashDaily.com. In the wake of this horror, they offered a robust defense of American citizens' right to bear arms and common sense answers to societal violence. The Sandy Hook Massacre: When Seconds Count, the Police are Minutes Away is a great resource for those interested in this vital, Constitutional issue."
- S.E. Cupp, MSNBC Host and The Blaze Contributor
The book Sandy Hook Massacre: When Seconds Count – Police Are Minutes Away is a compendium of columns that were originally penned by Doug Giles and the writers at ClashDaily.com after the avoidable massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary occurred in Newtown, Connecticut on December 14th, 2012.
The book, as you will see, is laid out in chronological order. I chose to arrange it this way in order to show our response to the initial shooting and the victims, the deranged killer, the media melee and the creepy unconstitutional political overreach that this tragedy spawned.
There are many lessons to be drawn from the awful Newtown, CT school shooting. Unfortunately, most of the media and political Left came up with the wrong ones. Not us over at ClashDaily.com, however. In the wake of this horror, we offer a robust defense of American citizens’ “right to keep and bear arms” and a common sense analysis of the actual answers to societal violence.
This book is a significant resource for those interested in this vital, Constitutional issue.
Paperback: 266 Pages