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The Declaration of Independence

The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and […]

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What Does Noel Canning Have To Do With The Second Amendment?

In the course of reviewing the Supreme Court’s latest decisions, one article I found to be particularly intriguing is law professor William Baude’s “Symposium: What divides the Court, and what unites it.” While the NLRB v. Noel Canning decision turned on a Constitutional analysis of presidential authority and executive over-reach (regarding recess appointments), what struck me about the […]

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Google Should Have Googled It First: New ‘Dangerous Products or Services’ Ad Policy Targets Protected Speech, Self-Defense

Google Should Have Googled It First New ‘Dangerous Products or Services’ Ad Policy Targets Protected Speech, Self-Defense Apparently, Google failed to use its own search engine product before announcing their new “Dangerous Products or Services” policy, which is slated to go into effect “around September [of 2014].” Under the policy’s “Guns and Parts” guidelines, ads that are […]

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Anyone, Anywhere, For Any Reason…Or None At All

Anyone, Anywhere, For Any Reason…Or None At All Tweet The most restrictive firearm laws in the country did nothing to keep a deranged narcissist from shooting 3 people to death, and stabbing 3 others with equal results. So, of course, the response of our do-gooder politicians is to try and force those same failed gun […]

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It’s So…Predictable

Tweet One of the ways we can test the truth of a theory is by observing its “predictive power.” For example, if I throw a ball in the air, it will surely fall to the ground unless acted upon by some other force. The fact that we can predict this is a good sign that […]

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SAF Petitions Supreme Court For Review of NY CCW Fee Case

SAF PETITIONS SUPREME COURT FOR REVIEW OF NEW YORK CCW FEE CASE BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation has filed a petition to the U.S. Supreme Court for review of its challenge to the exorbitant gun permit fees charged by the City of New York. The case is Kwong v. de Blasio. SAF is joined […]

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Video: Black History & The Second Amendment

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California Gun Rights Group Dares Politicians to Pass Bills

California Gun Rights Group Dares Politicians to Pass Bills California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees (CAL-FFL) Will Give Away Guns For Gun Control Bills Passed in 2014 ROSEVILLE, CA (January 27, 2014) — In response to several new attacks by politicians in Sacramento on the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms, the gun […]

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CAL-FFL News SB 808 Update (Jan 24, 2014)

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SB 808: Calif. Senator Kevin de Leόn’s “ghost law” that ignores the real problem

Senator Kevin de Leόn (D-Los Angeles), seizing on a new opportunity to spin rhetoric, has authored a bill in SB 808 that purports to solve the problem of so-called “ghost guns,” but that really just creates new problems. According to the author, “Senate Bill 808 requires self-made or assembled guns to contain permanent pieces of […]

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