Month: February 2021

ORLANDO, Fla. — Freshman firebrand Congresswoman Lauren Boebert drew cheers at CPAC Saturday after saying she was no fan of the continued security around Washington, D.C. — and “Fort Pelosi.” “I wouldn’t be surprised if we start quartering soldiers in the committee hearing rooms,” Boebert said during a gun-rights panel at the annual GOP confab.
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The recent controversy surrounding the reopening of U.S. schools during the COVID-19 pandemic has placed former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Republicans on the same team against teacher unions. Bloomberg and Republicans have spewed rhetoric that exposes the anti-educator beliefs inherent to the oligarch and the GOP. “It’s time for Joe Biden to
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Fifth Third shooting survivor Whitney Austin is pushing for a new “red flag” gun law in Kentucky which would temporarily take firearms out of the hands of those in danger of harming themselves or others. Kentucky Senate Bill 229 would give courts the power to temporarily confiscate firearms with due process. Similar state laws that
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At the March 2nd Business Meeting, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors will hold a vote on an ordinance banning firearms in certain public places. Second Amendment supporters are encouraged to OPPOSE Item 09 on the agenda. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the meeting is to be held electronically. Citizens may sign–up to speak remotely, over phone or
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A stunning Winchester 1894 in .30/30, finished by Turnbull Restoration. (Turnbull Restoration/) There’s no rifle that’s more American than the lever-action. From the Civil War forward, it has represented a pioneering and cowboy spirit, and it is recognized around the globe as an iconic American firearm. Though largely viewed today as an old-timer’s rifle, with
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Last night, the Washington Senate suspended the rules and approved an amended version of Carry Ban Legislation, Senate Bill 5038.  The measure now heads to the House for further consideration. It is more important than ever for NRA Members and Second Amendment Supporters to contact their State Representative and urge them to OPPOSE this anti-gun measure.
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  Today, House Judiciary B Committee passed important preemption legislation, Senate Bill 2107.  The measure now heads to the House Floor for a final vote.  It is possible that weakening amendments could be proposed, and your Representatives need to hear from you now! Senate Bill 2107 enhances Mississippi’s preemption law by adding state agencies to the list
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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — A Florida homicide detective believes an Army veteran committed murder when he pursued and fatally shot a drunk, unarmed neighbor who pounded on his door after midnight, saying prosecutors should have rejected the shooter’s self-defense claim. Lee County sheriff’s Lt. David Lebid recently disputed prosecutors’ contention that Steve Taylor’s 2016
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A five-pack of heavy-duty, silver duct tape. (Amazon/) Of course you already know that duct tape repairs car windows and holds on side-view mirrors. You’re probably aware that it also protects blisters and makes a fantastic firestarter and is easily twisted into rope for use in bow drills and clothes lines. Depending on your background
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Sometimes history tries to teach us a lesson. The Indiana House of Representatives just voted to allow Hoosiers to carry firearms without securing permits. If the measure becomes law — it must pass the Indiana Senate and be signed by Gov. Eric Holcomb before it does — it will mean, for all practical purposes, that
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Fans of the wildly popular Springfield Armory Hellcat got more good news Thursday. The company announced its latest variant, the Springfield Hellcat OSP with an ambidextrous, low-profile manual thumb safety. Springfield Hellcat OSP Details The Hellcat continues to prove sought after for concealed carry. On Tuesday Springfield launched an all-new version, dubbed the Hellcat RDP.
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Photo by Wikimedia Commons Merrick Garland President Joe Biden’s first hint that he might nominate anti-gun judge Merrick Garland as his attorney general created a headache for gun owners. If confirmed, Garland could be one of the administration’s biggest dangers to gun rights. Now that confirmation hearings are underway for Garland, those fears are proving
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