Month: December 2021

Yesterday, a stay was granted in the case of Duncan v. Bonta after an en banc panel upheld California’s ban on magazines capable of holding more than ten rounds of ammunition. With this stay, the Ninth Circuit has decided to allow Californians to continue possession of any magazines that were acquired during “Freedom Week” or prior to the ban taking effect—for the
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Registration was successful!Please follow the link from the email sent to Send again https://sputniknews.com/20211220/video-us-border-agent-grills-bidens-vaccine-mandate-points-at-possible-impact-on-border-crisis-1091672655.html Video: US Border Agent Grills Biden’s Vaccine Mandate, Points at Possible Impact on Border Crisis Video: US Border Agent Grills Biden’s Vaccine Mandate, Points at Possible Impact on Border Crisis The Biden administration announced in September that all federal workers in
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Since leading anti-gun researchers acknowledged no connection between the 2020 surge in firearms sales and violence, unscrupulous anti-gun advocates must cite underwhelming statistics as meaningful evidence.   That’s what The Trace did, in an article written in collaboration with FiveThirtyEight. We’d expect a more sophisticated analysis from FiveThirtyEight, but this is what Nate Silver’s outfit gave
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WASHINGTON — In the months since President Joe Biden warned Russia’s Vladimir Putin that he needed to crack down on ransomware gangs in his country, there hasn’t been an attack like the one last May that resulted in gasoline shortages. But that’s small comfort to Ken Trzaska. Trzaska is president of Lewis & Clark Community
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There is an intriguing parallel between the right-wing’s opposition to abortion rights and its crusade to prevent gun control, at least when it comes to the history of those movements in the United States. Most Republicans are reliably anti-abortion and pro-gun — and depend on specific historical narratives to vindicate those positions. Gun rights advocates regularly cite the Constitution, pointing
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If in recent years American politics books have been noted mainly for ephemera, in 2021 the winds of history began to blow open the doors – occasionally to devastating effect. The advent of a new administration loosened tongues and made documents more readily available as some sought redemption, justification or simply fame. Such books illustrate
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Legislation would help prevent gun violence by addressing gun trafficking through regulations for “Federal Firearm Licensees.” A Glock model 26 firearm recovered by the Park Forest Police. (Photo: PFPD) WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Robin L. Kelly (D-IL), Vice Chair of the House Gun Violence Prevention Task Force, led the introduction of the Federal Firearm Licensee Act. This legislation
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NRA-ILA’s Office of Litigation Counsel spent 2021 defending the Second Amendment across the country. As new cases were filed, we continued existing court battles for the benefit of America’s law-abiding gun owners. In addition to this brief summary, updates on NRA-ILA’s efforts to defend America’s first freedom are available on our current litigation page. Supreme
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Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: The Guardian on China’s Winter Olympics and treatment of Uyghurs: The financial crisis of 2008 was the moment which cemented both China’s rise and its growing confidence as the west faltered. But the Olympics held in Beijing a few months earlier was the global symbol
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Today, the Senate Veterans and Public Safety Committee passed Constitutional Cary legislation, Senate Bill 215.  The pro-self-defense measure now heads to the Senate Floor for a full vote.  Please contact your state Senator and ask them to SUPPORT Constitutional Carry Legislation, Senate Bill 215. Senate Bill 215 allows a law-abiding adult who is at least 21
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New York Attorney General Letitia James released the following statement after oral arguments concluded over a second round of motions brought forward by the National Rifle Association, Executive Vice-President Wayne LaPierre and Corporate Secretary and General Counsel John Frazer as they sought to dismiss a lawsuit filed by James against the organization last summer: “The
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Joe Biden has vowed to “keep up the pressure” on tackling gun violence as he spoke out on the nine-year anniversary of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. In a pre-recorded video statement released on Tuesday, the president described the 2012 massacre as “one of the saddest days” during his
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