Month: June 2020

The record-breaking gun sales during the coronavirus pandemic could bolster candidates that support the Second Amendment in 2020 and alter the course of American gun politics for the foreseeable future. Several of the country’s leading gun-rights groups are working to convert many more first-time owners into new gun-rights voters in the run-up to the 2020
A Democratic primary that’s heated up at the last minute in Colorado — a crucial Senate race that could determine which party controls the chamber next year — is in the national spotlight on Tuesday as three states hold primaries. It’s also decision day in Utah as former Gov. Jon Huntsman – who stepped down as the state’s
This week, President Donald Trump’s 200th judicial nominee was confirmed; Judge Cory Wilson of Mississippi. Wilson will join the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Trump has now filled all federal circuit court vacancies, and appointed more appellate judges than any other president at this point in his presidency. He is closing in
2020 continues to serve up examples of why Americans should not tolerate gun control schemes that require citizens to obtain government permission before exercising their Second Amendment rights. This week, the Maryland State Police experienced what they termed a “catastrophic hardware failure” that interrupted that state’s ability to process regulated firearm purchase applications. The failure
On June 25th, the North Carolina Senate voted 33-14 and the House of Representatives voted 77-38 to pass House Bill 652, the Second Amendment Preservation Act, to expand the ability of citizens to defend themselves and their loved ones while attending religious worship. After this bill stalled last year, the Senate took swift bipartisan action on June 19th of this year, sending it to
Hoosiers Can Now Obtain 5-year Carry License for Free Fairfax, Va. – The National Rifle Association is pleased to inform law-abiding Indiana gun owners that, beginning July 1, NRA-backed changes to existing law will go into effect allowing state residents to obtain a 5-year license to carry a handgun free of charge.  “Removing barriers so that all
Pennsylvania is one step closer to joining the growing list of states which are protecting Second Amendment rights when a state of emergency is declared.  On Wednesday, June 24, the House passed House Bill 1747 by Rep. Matthew Dowling on a vote of 127 to 74.  The bill prevents the Governor from suspending or limiting the sale, dispensing or transportation
On this day, June 25 … 2009: Michael Jackson, the “King of Pop,” dies in Los Angeles at age 50. Also on this day: 1876: Lt. Col. Colonel George A. Custer and his 7th Cavalry are wiped out by Sioux and Cheyenne Indians in the Battle of the Little Bighorn in Montana. 1910: President William
Webb easily defeated three opponents and will face Bob Good, a self-described “biblical” conservative, in the November general election to represent Virginia’s 5th congressional district. Democrats became energized about their chances after GOP voters chose Good over incumbent Rep. Denver Riggleman (R-Va.) in a nominating convention earlier this month. The nonpartisan Cook Political Report changed