The Absolute Rights articles are read by thousands of followers as part of the never-ending effort to bring relevant and captivating content directly to online readers.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
The latest editorial article from Absolute Rights Managing Editor Tim Young has garnered some attention from the internet and raised AbsoluteRights.com’s voice as the fastest growing news and opinion site.
The article focuses on Young’s beliefs that a movement to restrict gun ownership indicates a movement in the wrong direction as a country. The Second Amendment is analyzed by Young, as the Presidential administration presents limitations and outright violations.
"People need to realize that this administration is trying to take away freedoms... not just in one area either. It's extremely obvious right now with the Second Amendment, but they've taken shots at the First and I don't doubt they'll try some more over the next four years,” Young said about the debate.
The article was picked up by FreeRepublic.com, the premier Conservative site on the internet. Comments on AbsoluteRights.com and FreeRepublic.com have reached high numbers, and continue to grow daily.
Young and the Absolute Rights team have offered more information with their latest Special Report How to Hide Your Guns, a detailed look at the best ways to securely and efficiently store firearms in easily-accessible yet unnoticed places.
Comments and reader engagement is one of the best indicators of a job well done, said Young, and Absolute Rights readers are adding an important aspect to the overall impact of the site. He sends a personal thank you to everyone who comments on his and other Absolute Rights contributors articles from the past, present, and future.
The Absolute Rights articles are read by thousands of followers as part of the never-ending effort to bring relevant and captivating content directly to online readers. Absolute Rights is the fastest growing news and opinion site on the web. It is providing content and insight on the hottest topics circulating through the web and beyond. For more information on the site, go to AbsoluteRights.com.