Month: July 2021

HARVEY, La., July 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Ammo.com‘s efforts to provide American firearm enthusiasts with the ammunition they need to train, hunt, and preserve their right to keep and bear arms are going stronger than ever. No figure better reflects this than the amount of money the American online ammunition retailer donated to pro-freedom organizations during
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Supposedly nonpartisan fact-checking org Politifact ran interference for the Biden administration this week, falsely claiming that Biden did not say he wants to ban handguns during a recent town hall. What’s the background? During a Wednesday town hall event with far-left television network CNN, Biden was asked a question from a member of the audience
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She is 8 years old. That’s … what? About third grade? Too young for boyfriends. Too young for R-rated movies. Too young for algebra or a learner’s permit. But she has already experienced her second shooting. It happened a little over a week ago in Washington, D.C., outside of Nationals Park where a ballgame was
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RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — The National Rifle Association announced Thursday that it was endorsing two Republicans seeking statewide office in Virginia, but there was one notable omission: GOP gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin. The gun rights group shared its support for Del. Jason Miyares (R-Virginia Beach) in the attorney general’s race and Winsome Sears in the
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“The View” co-host Meghan McCain issued a scathing rebuke of her anti-gun rights co-hosts on Friday after she clashed with some over the Second Amendment. During the segment, the co-hosts addressed gun violence in America. What are the details? At one point during the segment, co-host Sunny Hostin said that Americans’ Second Amendment rights were
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Media top headlines July 23 In media news today, The Washington Post and The New York Times ignore the Biden admin admitting a crucial error, Washington Post reporter Felicia Sonmez sues the paper and top editors, and Biden and Don Lemon get roasted for performances during CNN town hall “The View‘s” Sunny Hostin and Meghan
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Dear Texas House District 52 Member: Your State Representative, James Talarico, fled the State of Texas nearly two weeks ago on a private jet to Washington, D.C. to avoid a special session of the Texas Legislature.  And, none other than BETO “Hell Yeah, I’ll Take Your Guns” O’Rourke is helping finance his junket! While Rep. Talarico refuses to come to work during the current special session, he had no trouble
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WASHINGTON — Justice Department officials eager to stanch the rising tide of gun violence in America plan to ratchet up prosecutions of small-level “straw” buyers of weapons that are later transported to major cities and used in crimes. Attorney General Merrick Garland unveiled a series of “strike forces” Thursday in D.C., New York, Chicago, Los
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Daily Point Tied to the tracks The Village of Garden City has sent the Metropolitan Transportation Authority a letter that transit officials called a “ransom note,” seeking $10 million and additional improvements before it will issue a permit essential to completing the Long Island Rail Road Third Track project. The letter from the law firm
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WASHINGTON — Attorney General Merrick Garland said Thursday he hoped the Senate would confirm the head of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, to help front the federal effort against gun violence. The nomination of David Chipman has been stalled as Republicans and the National Rifle Association work to sink it. Chipman is
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The Louisiana Legislature on Wednesday ended its first-ever veto session failing to override any vetos by Democrat Gov. John Bel Edwards, including a bill that would have nixed the current permit and training requirements for carrying a concealed handgun. Just three votes shy of the two-thirds needed to overturn Edwards’ veto of the SB 118 “constitutional carry”
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Researchers see rise of ‘Constitutional Sheriffs’ as threat to democracy. Lawmen say they are its defenders. FBI chief Wray calls Jan. 6 ‘domestic terrorism’ FBI Director Chris Wray condemned the January riot at the U.S. Capitol as “domestic terrorism” Tuesday as he defended the bureau’s handling of intelligence indicating the prospect for violence. (March 2)
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The “Voice of Louisiana” was heard on primetime national television Tuesday night! Newsmax’s “Stinchfield” runs in the 8/7 PM time slot as four-time Emmy award winning journalist-turned-anchor Grant Stinchfield hosts the popular show. Well, in a segment during which he focused on the four Louisiana Republicans who voted in favor of the Constitutional Carry bill
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Earlier this year, the Supreme Court decided to hear the NRA-ILA backed case challenging New York’s restrictive concealed-carry-licensing regime. And just last week, NRA-ILA filed the opening brief in this crucial case, which is located here. Today, NRA-ILA applauds the 43 amicus briefs filed supporting this case. Among these groups, NRA-ILA is heartened to see
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Earlier this year, the Supreme Court decided to hear the NRA-ILA backed case challenging New York’s restrictive concealed-carry-licensing regime. NRA-ILA’s opening brief is located here. NRA-ILA applauds Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and the 24 other Senators who filed an amicus brief supporting the individual, fundamental right of self-defense outside the home. As detailed in the
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What does the typical Missourian think about the role of state government today? Ask that question in an unalloyed manner and most respondents would conjure a conservative, pro-gun, anti-tax, anti-abortion family-values voter. It is broadly presumed that the typical Missourian lives outstate and harbors at least some resentment of metropolitan elites sneering at traditional norms.
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Earlier this year, the Supreme Court agreed to hear the NRA-ILA backed case challenging New York’s restrictive concealed-carry-licensing regime. NRA-ILA’s opening brief is located here. Today, NRA-ILA applauds the 26 Attorneys General who filed an amicus brief supporting this important case. Led by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and Missouri Attorney General Eric S. Schmitt,
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