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THE HARVARD CRIMSON.COM September 25, 2018 – “As scientists, we’re systemically prevented from studying the psychological and physiological phenomena involved in gun related violence,” said organizer Maahika Srinivasan, a first year student at HMS. Srinivasan was referring to the 1996 Dickey Amendment, which the…

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Phoenix, AZ – McMillan® Fiberglass Stocks, the leader in custom, precision-driven fiberglass rifle stocks, is pleased to announce their support of the upcoming Tactical Bolt Rifle Challenge hosted by the NorCal Practical Precision Rifle Club. This event will be held September 28-30 at the…

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POLICE ONE.COM September 24, 2018 – Glock is as synonymous with quality as it is with law enforcement. An estimated 60 percent of police agencies use the platform in the United States. The recent release of the Gen 5 Glocks and the G19X shows that the…

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THE MISSOULIAN.COM September 24, 2018 – A federal judge returned Yellowstone-area grizzly bears to Endangered Species Act protection and permanently blocked grizzly hunting seasons in Wyoming and Idaho on Monday. “Although this order may have impacts throughout grizzly country and beyond, this case is…

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BEND BULLETIN.COM September 24, 2018 – A Tillamook man will serve a year in prison for accidentally killing his best friend on a bowhunting trip near La Pine, ending a case that divided the victim’s family on whether the man responsible should go to…

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AMERICA’S 1ST FREEDOM.ORG (NRA) September 24, 2018 – Make no mistake. This election is about your Second Amendment … your guns … your freedom. A recent front-page headline in The Wall Street Journal spelled it out: It was under the headline, “For Democrats, Guns Are New Litmus…

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THE NEW POLITICAL.COM September 24, 2018 – Everyone knows Kaitlin Bennett as the girl who rose to fame by wearing an AR-15 across her back in her viral graduation picture at Kent State University. She’s commonly referred to as the “Kent State gun girl”…

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FIREARMS POLICY.ORG September 24, 2018 –  Attorneys for seven California gun owners and five advocacy organizations announced a new court filing in a now-federal constitutional rights lawsuit over the State of California’s “assault weapon” registration debacle. The case, Sharp, et al. v. Attorney General Xavier…

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Subguns Making a Comeback?

SHELBY MURDOC | Friday, September 21, 2018 — Submachine guns reached their peak use in the armed forces during the Second World War. Fully-automatic weapons that fired pistol ammunition, they provided heavy firepower at close ranges and were popular with airborne and assault troops. The other automatic weapons of the day were mostly full-sized machine guns or heavy rifles like the Browning Automatic Rifle that were large and unwieldy in many combat situations. Submachine guns allowed one soldier to deliver a fast and heavy barrage of fire, and many of the WW2 submachine guns are legendary. The American M1 Thompson, the British Sten, the German MP40, and the Soviet PPSh-41 are all famous guns that made quite an impression on enemy troops across the globe. Even the M3 “Grease Gun,” developed as a lighter and cheaper alternative to the M1 Tommy Gun, earned a place in history. A buddy of mine carried an M3 in Desert Storm, and I wouldn’t be shocked to learn that some poor U.S. soldiers somewhere have still been issued a Greaser. [read more]

Education and the Bloomberg Curriculum

BOB ROGERS | Thursday, September 13, 2018 — We could just run the story as a news item without commenting.  But that was before we noticed the subhead tags on the story which identified it as Bloomberg Opinion, Editorial Board. That means that the liberal scribes (or, maybe more appropriately “scrubs”) at the Bloomberg media mansion can get away with saying that it’s not a news story so they can say anything they want. What they want – and said – was to remind us that “a gunman committed mass murder” at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School “last February, killing 17 and injuring 17 more” and now – post-murder – their school has been hardened by installing a “video intercom system with electronic door release, card readers to admit staff at “primary entry points,” new surveillance cameras, additional fencing and gates to establish a “secondary perimeter,” new classroom door locks, and additional security personnel” and “If that sounds more like prison than school, students and parents may simply have to get used to it.” [read more]

DFW Gives Wrong Information on Hunting Near Guzzlers – Yet Again

JIM MATTHEWS | Monday, September 10, 2018 — I need you to remember something: This IS California. So here’s a little tale on how bad it has become for hunters in the Golden State. For the second time in less than four years, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife has misread its own Fish and Game Code. The code is such a quagmire of regulations and legalese that the DFW’s rank-and-file warden staff routinely has no idea how to read or interpret the rules, and the public relations staff always relies on the wardens if they get a regulation question. It is the blind leading the deaf and dumb. So just before dove season opened Sept. 1, the DFW put out a press release that said: “It is illegal to hunt within 200 yards of an artificial water source for wildlife.” [read more]

Loons Loom Large

STEVE COMUS | Saturday, September 1, 2018 — For many decades, institutions of higher education (brainwashing gulags) have been havens for seditious thought, taking the counter-culture concept to its illogical extreme. These institutions and subversives within them want to dismantle traditional American society. They are a cancer on the body politic. They can’t stand the thought that they might have to coexist with the masses, who in their minds are not worthy of human status. They sit atop their imagined pedestals, thinking down on the rest of us, who they view as cretins, at best. [read more]

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