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U.S. NEWS.COM December 12, 2017 – Five years after a gunman killed 20 children and six adults at a Connecticut elementary school, advocates who are disappointed with the failure of efforts to limit access to firearms are changing their strategy. Instead of pressuring lawmakers…


PR NET December 12, 2017 – The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) recently donated $547,225.00 to Team Endowment Accounts at the MidwayUSA Foundation funding 63 youth shooting teams from 25 states. So far in 2017 the SSSF has donated nearly $1.49 million to benefit 378 teams participating in…


DES MOINES REGISTER December 11, 2017 – A majority of Iowans believe increased controls on gun purchases won’t reduce mass shootings, according to a new Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll. Fifty-six percent of Iowa adults say additional controls won’t lead to fewer mass shootings. Forty percent believe stricter controls…


SACRAMENTO BEE  November 11, 2017 – California’s more than 6 million gun owners are going to see new restrictions in 2018 stemming from sweeping regulations lawmakers and voters have approved over the past two years. 


REASON.COM December 11, 2017 – Last year the FBI asked the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) to retrieve guns from 4,170 people who were cleared to buy them even though they were disqualified under federal law. USA Today, which reported that number in an…


FOX NEWS December 11, 2017 – Gun-rights advocates scored a major win with House passage of legislation making concealed-carry gun permits valid across state lines — but face a much tougher challenge in the Senate where they’ll need support from at least eight Democrats…


Sponsored – NSSF.ORG December 11, 2017 – With U.S. House passage of H.R. 38, as amended to include the Fix NICS Act, there has been an abundance of misinformation spread. Despite what some have falsely claimed, this bill will help to keep firearms out of the hands of those…


FORBES.COM December 11, 2017 – Our national tug-of-war over the right to keep and bear arms has been going badly for those of us who believe that the Second Amendment protects the right of each individual to protect himself as he thinks best. Recently,…


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Rejoicing Over the CCRA May Have To Be Put On Hold

BOB ROGERS | Tuesday, December 5, 2017 — Nothing’s easy. Especially in politics. More-so in gun politics. The NRA is obviously no novice when it comes to developing political strategies with pro-gun congress members. The group, which national headlines are screaming that passage of the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act is the NRA’s highest priority, anticipated massive opposition from the gun control crowd. Just like Democrats versus Republicans cat-fighting over any piece of proposed legislation, passage requires battle-like strategy. The silent message is “If you lose, don’t despair. You’ll live to fight another day.” No one in the gun debate drops their guard for long.  What seems like a no-brainer may end up like a no-no-brainer. The CCRA is due to come up for a House vote tomorrow.  It’s likely to pass. High fives all around. Um, maybe not. The House has a strong pro-gun Republican majority.  Not so with the Senate which is where the gun control Democrats will make their stand. Their last stand, we hope. But don’t be so sure.  [read more]

Overregulation Nightmares

STEVE COMUS | Friday, December 1, 2017 —

Benjamin Franklin, among others, has been quoted with the fable:
“For the want of a nail the shoe was lost,
For the want of a shoe the horse was lost,
For the want of a horse the rider was lost,
For the want of a rider the battle was lost,
For the want of a battle the kingdom was lost,
And all for the want of a horseshoe-nail.”

For want of some data, innocent citizens are being killed by criminals who should not have been allowed to buy guns in the first place. [read more]

The Failure of Airport Gun Screening

SHELBY MURDOC | Wednesday, November 15, 2017 — A recent report reveals that airport security failed to catch over 70 percent of the weapons that testers attempted to sneak through TSA checkpoints. While anyone who has been inconvenienced by the lines and hassle of airport screening should be outraged at this incompetence, we should also be asking what this staggering failure means for strict gun control proposals. If a federal agency charged with one mission—keeping airline travel safe and secure—cannot manage to find weapons at a very carefully controlled checkpoint, how can anyone hope to ensure a truly gun-free environment? [read more]

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