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SALT LAKE TRIBUNE.COM July 18, 2018 – Amid growing concern over school shootings and youth suicide, Rep. Elizabeth Weight, D-West Valley City, is proposing what she considers commonsense legislation to require trigger locks or other secure storage of guns when not in use. The…

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DENTON RECORD-CHRONICLE.COM July 18, 2018 – There’s a not-so-new self-defense weapon that needs its own defenders in Texas. And you can count us in. That’s because it’s pretty clear that Texas law discriminates against the pink kitty key chain, especially popular among women who…

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REASON.COM July 18, 2018 – Can a gun be protected by our rights to free speech? According to a recent settlement by the Department of Justice, when the gun is a schematic written in computer code, it can. Reason readers will be familiar with the saga of Cody…

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PARKLAND TALK.COM July 18, 2018 – Five months after the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, residents in a Parkland neighborhood received flyers for guns in their mailboxes with the word “Shooting” in bold letters across the top. The mailers from Bass…

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HEAVY.COM July 18, 2018 – Norris Sweidan is the owner of Warrior One Guns & Ammo who says he caught Sacha Baron Cohen in the act. Sweidan showed the CCTV of the interaction to Fox Los Angeles in July 2018. The original video was recorded in…

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SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER.COM July 18, 2018 – The National Rifle Association has put its toe in the water of Washington’s gun debate, donating a modest $100,000 to a committee opposing Initiative 1639, the firearms safety measure on November’s ballot. Backers of the initiative have already…

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VICE NEWS.COM July 18, 2018 – Cody Wilson’s legal woes began in 2013, when he posted the world’s first online manual for how to assemble a 3D-printed gun. Days later, the State Department classified his blueprints as a violation of international export law and…

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THE HORSE.COM July 18, 2018 – Anyone convicted of misdemeanor animal cruelty would be prohibited from legally obtaining a firearm if legislation recently introduced into the U.S. House of Representatives is passed. Current federal law prohibits those convicted of felony animal cruelty crimes from…

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Radical – Brett Kavanaugh and the Second Amendment

SHELBY MURDOC | Tuesday, July 17, 2018 — It was obvious that whoever President Trump nominated to the United States Supreme Court after Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement, American liberals would suffer another meltdown. I saw a tweet the day before Trump announced his selection, noting that it didn’t matter if his choice was Amy Coney Barrett or Genghis Khan…the Left’s reaction would be identical. And then, hilariously, Women’s March issued a press release lambasting Trump’s pick, which the release referred to as “XX”…because someone had forgotten to insert the name of the nominee into the pre-written release.

The howls of rage and shrieks of terror erupted as expected, with all of the familiar predictions of doom front and center across the press and online social networks.  [read more]

Red Flag Laws Are Dangerously Flawed

ALAN KORWIN | July 9, 2018The lamestream media told you: Six states have enacted these important laws, a new front in the fight against wild-eyed psychopathic mass murderers, and 22 other states are considering this fine new legislation.

Basically, a spouse, family member, law-enforcement officer, relative, recent co-habiter or certain others can make an official statement that they know you are a danger to yourself or others, and a court can issue a STOP order (Severe Threat Order of Protection). This empowers police to break into your home and confiscate your firearms. Filing the “red flag” complaint falsely is a crime, if it can be proven you filed falsely. Later, the flagged person can file to have the flag removed, paying for all the lawyer bills. “Your honor, my wife hates me. I have no plan to kill her. Give me back all my guns.” Children would have the same right, though it’s unclear how they would exercise it. (“Your honor, give me back my journal and Facebook password, I don’t really plan to mass murder my classmates.”) Why children have become mass murderers lately was unclear as we go to press, but it is certainly not because of anything we in the media did, that for sure. [read more]

Cake Without Icing Is Just Crumbs

BOB ROGERS |Wednesday, July 4, 2018 — Nancy Pelosi likened $1,000 bonuses paid to some employees as a result of the GOP tax cuts to “crumbs.” So, too, are the many comments of the political left – media included – on what may turn out to be just crumbs of the current gun control status. One that reached our desk today is from Mother Jones which ran a piece on TEAM Enough, “a new youth advocacy wing of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.” The story attempts to create the impression that the Parkland school shooting students who have been recruited by Brady are finding success just by busing to Washington DC to confer with Congress about securing their votes for gun control. Mother Jones touted the efforts as “an innovative approach for putting lawmakers on the record ahead of the midterm elections.” Innovative? The NRA has been criticized for doing that for decades. [read more]

2nd Amendment and the Supremes

STEVE COMUS | Monday, July 2, 2018 — With all of the hoopla recently over who might replace retiring U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, one might assume that the Supremes and the Second Amendment are joined at the hip. Actually, almost the opposite has been true historically.

When Justice Neil Gorsuch was confirmed onto the court to fill the vacancy created with the untimely death of Justice Anton Scalia, a tenuous “balance” was reinstated. [read more]

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