Politics & 2nd Amendment

The NRA took a stand against Shopify last week suggesting the user policy change was unconstitutional and urging gun owners and businesses to reach out to Shopify and demonstrate their discontent. (Photo: NRA via Facebook) Gun retailers still using Shopify’s e-commerce platform have until December 31 to either come into compliance with the new Acceptable
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Bicameral moves in Sacramento last week saw over a half-dozen measures aimed at increasing gun regulations move forward in the state legislature. In all, eight bills were advanced by the respective Senate and Assembly appropriations committees that would add new requirements to concealed carry licenses, expand the use of lifetime gun bans, make it easier
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A judge has rebuffed a group of college professors seeking to overturn Georgia’s campus carry protections. (Photo: University of Georgia/Instagram) A Superior Court judge has sided with the state in a lawsuit brought by a group of Georgia university professors seeking to suspend the state’s campus carry practices. Fulton County Judge Kimberly Esmond Adams last
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Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, now facing reelection in November, has spent most of her first term in legal combat with pro-gun advocates and picked up another lawsuit this week. (Photo: Healey’s office/Twitter) A pair of gun retailers are taking state Attorney General Maura Healey to court over her shifting interpretation of the Commonwealth’s regulations
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Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the current nominee to replace Justice Anthony M. Kennedy on the U.S. Supreme Court (Photo: DC Circuit) The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee is set to begin hearings on President Trump’s second Supreme Court nomination on Sept. 4, leaving Democrats in Congress with heartburn. Trump last month nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh, currently on
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The social network announced last week they are moving to scrub content related to downloadable 3D printed gun files from their platform. Facebook, with an estimated 2.23 billion monthly active users as of the second quarter of 2018, said they are actively looking to remove such content, reports Reuters. “Sharing instructions on how to print
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Emergency personnel respond to Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, Texas, May 18, 2018 (Photo: Screenshot via KTRK-TV ABC13) Lawmakers on a state school safety committee delivered their findings this week, opting against more gun control and in favor of “hardening” schools. The 32-page report of the Texas Senate Select Committee on Violence in
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