Month: April 2020

Like Scripture’s prodigal son, many states have spent their inheritance. They have little or no “cushion” or reserve funds, and confiscatory taxes have driven away many businesses and high-income individuals. But the United States collectively cannot afford the generosity of the father in the most famous parable of the Christian world. This isn’t about grace.
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Florida Today Published 12:12 a.m. ET April 25, 2020 Stop the partisan bickering In a recent letter, the author asked, “Who’s the engineer here?” No engineer needed, but we are fortunately have a president to handle the COVID-19 crisis. The Democratic governors of our two largest states have praised the POTUS for prompt support of their
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Thousands of people gathered outside the Capitol to protest the extension Wisconsin’s current Safer at Home Order to May 26, Friday afternoon.  Protestors carried signs that read, “Evers is the Virus,” “Take back Wisconsin,” “Trump 2020,” “What would Walker do?” “My Body my Choice” and the “Don’t Tread on Me” National Rifle Association flag. Evers
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As reported yesterday, Judge Benitez granted the preliminary injunction in the NRA funded case of Rhode v. Becerra. The injunction, became effective upon issuance of the order; enjoining federal and state law enforcement from implementing or enforcing the sales background check provisions, anti-importation provisions, and the criminal enforcement penalties associated with the law.   Today, the California Attorney General
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Dozens of pastors across the Bible Belt have succumbed to coronavirus after churches and televangelists played down the pandemic and actively encouraged churchgoers to flout self-distancing guidelines. As many as 30 church leaders from the nation’s largest African American Pentecostal denomination have now been confirmed to have died in the outbreak, as members defied public
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Major Victory in Case Challenging Constitutionality of California’s Ammo Background Check Law Fairfax, Va. – A major victory was secured on Thursday when a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction in the NRA-supported case, Rhode v. Becerra. The case challenges the constitutionality of a California law that puts draconian restrictions on ammunition acquisition and transfers as a result of Prop 63 and
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DATE:   April 23, 2020 TO:       USF & NRA Members and Friends FROM:   Marion P. Hammer   USF Executive Director   NRA Past President   Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody sent a letter to Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried asking her to stop delaying the processing of Concealed Weapons & Firearms License applications. And of course, Nikki
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Campaign Action Considering that the NRA has bought and paid for control of the U.S. Senate, virtually all of the House GOP, the executive branch of the government, and as a result the U.S. attorney general’s office, it’s hard to not roll one’s eyes out of one’s head at the idea of the liberal “weaponized government” LaPierre is
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CLOSE People rallied outside the governor’s residence against what they describe as government overreach in efforts to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Indianapolis Star Andy Lyons was sitting at his kitchen table chatting on Facebook with his 29-year-old son about their frustrations with Gov. Eric Holcomb’s stay-at-home order when his son challenged him to do
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Twenty million people rallied, marched and staged clean-ups across the country on April 22, 1970, the first Earth Day. Many carried signs that read “Mother Nature Bats Last.”  But who knew there would be actual bats involved?  Fifty years later, the COVID-19 pandemic is the starkest example of natural disasters foretold but not prepared for. 
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The CEO of the National Rifle Association (NRA) told the gun group’s board of directors that its legal battles have cost it $100 million, according to a newly revealed recording obtained by NPR. In the recording from a January meeting, CEO Wayne LaPierre laments “the power of weaponized government” in the form of ongoing investigations by the attorneys
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A group protests social distancing measures with guns in Lansing, Michigan on April 15thPhoto: AP Reddit, your suspicions are verified: the anti-quarantine movement is largely being spearheaded by a squadron of pro-gun organizers, the Washington Post first reported. A handful of popular, eerily similar anti-quarantine groups founded last week have been traced back to the
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Anti-lockdown protests continued to gather momentum across the United States Monday as armed demonstrators waving Trump 2020 flags and ignoring social distancing rules called for America to reopen immediately.    Crowds gathered close to one another in North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania and California, calling for their ‘liberty’. Armed militia groups protested alongside young families and
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