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THE WYOMING GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT RECORDED A “ROUGH TOTAL” OF JUST OVER 7,000 APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BETWEEN JULY 2 AND THE TIME THE LOTTERY CLOSED MONDAY FOR JUST 22 GRIZZLY BEAR HUNTING TAGS.ARRESTED ON CHARGES OF BEING A RUSSIAN SPY, MARIA BUTINA WAS UPFRONT ABOUT HER THREE GREAT PASSIONS: GUN RIGHTS, PRESIDENT TRUMP AND BETTER RELATIONS BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND RUSSIA. SHE POSTED PHOTOGRAPHS OF HER MEETINGS WITH AMERICAN POLITICIANS, INCLUDING GOV. SCOTT WALKER OF WISCONSIN, A REPUBLICAN, ALL OVER SOCIAL MEDIA. A FEDERAL APPEALS COURT MONDAY CLEARED THE WAY FOR CONSIDERING A DISPUTE ABOUT WHETHER TWO TEENS CAN REMAIN ANONYMOUS IN A CHALLENGE TO A NEW FLORIDA LAW THAT RAISED THE MINIMUM AGE TO BUY RIFLES AND OTHER LONG GUNS. THE 11TH U.S. CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS ISSUED A TWO-PAGE DOCUMENT THAT SAID IT “APPEARS THAT THIS COURT HAS JURISDICTION TO CONSIDER THIS APPEAL.”GUN-RIGHTS ADVOCATES LAST WEEK FILED AN INITIATIVE PETITION TO MAKE FIREARMS-SAFETY INSTRUCTION MANDATORY IN ALL SIXTH-GRADE PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN OREGON. CONDEMNATION WAS SWIFT AMONG THOSE CONVINCED THAT SUCH A REQUIREMENT WAS TANTAMOUNT TO ENDORSING GUN USE.GUN RIGHTS ADVOCATES ON TUESDAY WON ANOTHER ROUND IN THE FIGHT AGAINST A STATE LAW THAT AIMS TO BAN HIGH-CAPACITY GUN MAGAZINES. THE CALIFORNIA LAW RESTRICTING GUN MAGAZINES TO 10 BULLETS WAS SET TO GO INTO EFFECT LAST JULY, BUT U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE ROGER BENITEZ IN SAN DIEGO GRANTED A PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION UNTIL A LAWSUIT BY GUN OWNERS COULD BE LITIGATED FURTHER. THE RULING MEANS THE LAW WON’T GO INTO EFFECT UNTIL THE CASE CAN BE LITIGATED IN FULL.

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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.

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BREAKING :
THE WYOMING GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT RECORDED A “ROUGH TOTAL” OF JUST OVER 7,000 APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BETWEEN JULY 2 AND THE TIME THE LOTTERY CLOSED MONDAY FOR JUST 22 GRIZZLY BEAR HUNTING TAGS.ARRESTED ON CHARGES OF BEING A RUSSIAN SPY, MARIA BUTINA WAS UPFRONT ABOUT HER THREE GREAT PASSIONS: GUN RIGHTS, PRESIDENT TRUMP AND BETTER RELATIONS BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND RUSSIA. SHE POSTED PHOTOGRAPHS OF HER MEETINGS WITH AMERICAN POLITICIANS, INCLUDING GOV. SCOTT WALKER OF WISCONSIN, A REPUBLICAN, ALL OVER SOCIAL MEDIA. A FEDERAL APPEALS COURT MONDAY CLEARED THE WAY FOR CONSIDERING A DISPUTE ABOUT WHETHER TWO TEENS CAN REMAIN ANONYMOUS IN A CHALLENGE TO A NEW FLORIDA LAW THAT RAISED THE MINIMUM AGE TO BUY RIFLES AND OTHER LONG GUNS. THE 11TH U.S. CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS ISSUED A TWO-PAGE DOCUMENT THAT SAID IT “APPEARS THAT THIS COURT HAS JURISDICTION TO CONSIDER THIS APPEAL.”GUN-RIGHTS ADVOCATES LAST WEEK FILED AN INITIATIVE PETITION TO MAKE FIREARMS-SAFETY INSTRUCTION MANDATORY IN ALL SIXTH-GRADE PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN OREGON. CONDEMNATION WAS SWIFT AMONG THOSE CONVINCED THAT SUCH A REQUIREMENT WAS TANTAMOUNT TO ENDORSING GUN USE.GUN RIGHTS ADVOCATES ON TUESDAY WON ANOTHER ROUND IN THE FIGHT AGAINST A STATE LAW THAT AIMS TO BAN HIGH-CAPACITY GUN MAGAZINES. THE CALIFORNIA LAW RESTRICTING GUN MAGAZINES TO 10 BULLETS WAS SET TO GO INTO EFFECT LAST JULY, BUT U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE ROGER BENITEZ IN SAN DIEGO GRANTED A PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION UNTIL A LAWSUIT BY GUN OWNERS COULD BE LITIGATED FURTHER. THE RULING MEANS THE LAW WON’T GO INTO EFFECT UNTIL THE CASE CAN BE LITIGATED IN FULL.