Politics & 2nd Amendment

A Massachusetts man could spend decades in prison after federal investigators allege he sold at least five firearms, including a sawed-off shotgun, throughout the state last year. Rathsomnang Neth, 22, faces one count of dealing in firearms without a license and two counts of possessing and transferring an unregistered shotgun with a shortened barrel, according to
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation will add more than 400 million new records to the database used to vet gun buyers, according to a report this week from the Trace. The National Data Exchange, aka N-DEx, contains incident and arrest reports, probation and parole documents, according to the report — a trove of information capable
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The NRA draped a sign over the side of the Georgia World Congress Center to promote the new self-defense insurance during the NRA annual conference April 27-30, 2017. (Photo: Daniel Terrill/Guns.com) New York officials called the National Rifle Association’s lawsuit against the state government an effort to “distract” from the gun lobby’s “various violations of
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Vance’s festival included a gun buyback, spoken word performances, meetings with gun control advocates, and community art (Photo: Manhattan DA’s office) Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr., held his office’s first-ever “Art of Healing” festival and gun “buyback” event last week. The event, which according to Vance’s office used “art as a resource to heal
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In a now-deleted tweet, HuffPost contributor and author Kimberley Johnson was baffled over what she encountered. Johnson, a former soap opera actress and current author of several feminist tomes, weighed in on Twitter last week concerning the intersection of race, politics and gun rights. “Out on the road the other day I saw an affluent
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