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Montgomery County judge hears preliminary objections in Lynsay Fox’s lawsuit against gun business

Dan Clark, writing for The Delaware County Daily Times, reported: A Montgomery County judge has asked attorney’s representing the wife of slain Plymouth Township police officer Bradley Fox to file an amended complaint in their lawsuit against a Jeffersonville firearms store. Montgomery County Judge Thomas... Read More

VIDEO: Brazen home invasion

No one ever expects to become a victim of a home invasion, but arming yourself can help you have the tools you need to defend your family and home, just in case. This video was posted by KTVU Channel 2 on Tuesday, May 12, 2015.... Read More
Waco shooting

9 dead, 18 injured in Waco biker gang shooting

The Associated Press reported today on the recent shooting in Waco, Texas: WACO, Texas (AP) — Law enforcement remained on alert in Waco, Texas, early Monday after a deadly shootout between rival biker gangs shook up the community, and attempts at intimidation ensured officers will... Read More
The Constitution

Fire in a crowded theatre: deconstructing the logic of anti-gunners

“You can’t yell ‘fire!’ in a crowded theater.” You’ve heard the line before. It is frequently used to defend more expansive restrictions on various constitutional rights, and is often thrown down as a final “checkmate” in arguments over the legitimacy of certain policies. The phrase... Read More
Gun and Constitution

Pressure building to pass National Concealed Carry Reciprocity law

Bob Adelmann, for The New American, wrote this morning on the National Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, which would ensure individual concealed carry access across numerous states. He reports: In February when Representative Marlin Stutzman (R-Ind.) reintroduced his Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2015, Senator John Cornyn... Read More

BREAKING: U.S. Supreme Court Says Felons Don’t Lose Right to Transfer Firearms To Dealers, Others in Unanimous Opinion Published Today

In a unanimous decision published today, the United States Supreme Court held that while convicted felons cannot “possess” firearms under 18 U.S.C. 922(g), they retain “the right merely to sell or otherwise dispose of” their firearms as long they do not have any control over them.... Read More

Concealed carry permits, training should be up to gun owner, not government: State Rep. Ron Hood

An Ohio state senator, Ron Hood, wrote a guest column for Cleveland.com today discussing the importance of Constitutional Carry: Constitutional Carry is a simple idea. If you are not prohibited from owning a gun, you can legally carry it open or concealed with or without... Read More
Nev. Leg. Building

Nevada Legislature: Gun rights measures die during Friday’s deadline

Geoff Dornan for the Nevada Appeal reported today that: A total of 39 bills died Friday at midnight because they couldn’t get out of committee in the 2015 Legislature — including a number of gun-rights measures proposed by members of the Assembly…. Among Friday’s dead... Read More

Dem Rep wins ‘Top Gun’ in shooting competition, calls for more gun control

AWR Hawkins for Breitbart reports: [Rep. Mike] Thompson stood with Gabby Giffords on March 4 and reintroduced Senator Joe Manchin’s (D-WV) failed expanded background check legislation. It has gone nowhere fast since that time. The Congressional Sportmen’s Foundation annual shooting competition lets members of Congress... Read More
Firearm

Police preparing for expected approval of guns being allowed on college campuses

Sam Peshek for The Eagle reports: It seems clear that Texas will inevitably join the growing list of states that allowed the licensed concealed carry of handguns on college campuses. With bills in the Texas House and Senate working their way toward Gov. Greg Abbott,... Read More