Month: January 2022

One of the cornerstones of Joe Biden’s gun control vision for America is to “[p]ut America on the path to ensuring that 100% of firearms sold … are smart guns” because, according to him, “[t]oday, we have the technology to allow only authorized users to fire a gun.” True to form, on the campaign trail
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On Wednesday, February 2, at 1:30pm or 15 minutes after the House floor session concludes, the House Judiciary Committee will consider House Bill 9 by Rep. Pamelya Herndon (D-ABQ), legislation that creates civil fines and misdemeanor penalties for parents or guardians whose minors gain unauthorized access to their firearms (except in the case of burglary).  It also contains a provision that would allow
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Commentary It’s one thing to get rich lobbying Washington on behalf of powerful interests. It’s another altogether when America’s enemies benefit. Documents released last week revealed that Democrat mega-lobbyist Tony Podesta, brother of longtime bag man for the Clintons John Podesta, pulled in $1 million lobbying the Biden White House on behalf of Huawei, the
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Ted Nugent performed the U.S. national anthem at the 13th annual Walker County Warrior Banquet, which was held last night (Thursday, January 27) at the Walker County Fairgrounds in Huntsville, Texas. The Banquet, an event on Texas gubernatorial candidate Allen West‘s campaign trail, included a fiery speech by Nugent, who is widely considered to be
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Explaining later why he signed the law, Lee had brushed aside objections from law enforcement, saying, “It shouldn’t be hard for law-abiding Tennesseans to exercise their Second Amendment rights.” Lee also apparently ignored data that had shown a dramatic uptick throughout 2021 in gun-related homicides in the city of Memphis, with many of those deaths occurring
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The latest round of subpoenas issued by the Jan. 6 committee targeted 14 people accused of submitting falsified Electoral College paperwork across seven states — part of an ultimately unsuccessful attempt to subvert 2020 election results and have former President Donald Trump declared the victor in states won by current President Joe Biden. “The select
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Next week, the Senate State Affairs Committee is scheduled to consider NRA-backed Emergency Powers Legislation, Senate Bill 136.  This measure is a carry-over bill from the 2021 Legislative Session previously reported on here.  Please contact committee members and ask them to SUPPORT Senate Bill 136. Senate Bill 136, sponsored by Sen. Myers, and co-sponsored by
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On Monday, January 31st, the House General Laws committee will hear House Bills 1462 and 1660, to ensure law-abiding citizens may carry firearms for self-defense on public transit. Please click here to file witness forms to support HB 1462 and HB 1660.  In addition, please contact committee members and ask them to SUPPORT HB 1462 and HB 1660. House Bill 1462 and House Bill
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Earlier this week, the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee held public hearings and executive sessions on several gun bills.  Thanks to the strong support of NRA Members and Second Amendment supporters, the majority of the Committee voted “ought to pass” on ATV Carry.  The majority of the Committee also rejected and voted “inexpedient
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Far-right Republican candidates running for the top election position in at least eight states are proclaiming their adherence to Trump’s fascistic lie that the 2020 presidential election was stolen. At the same time, they are making clear their readiness to overturn future elections. Jim Marchant speaks in Las Vegas. A former business owner and Nevada
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On Monday, Feb. 28, the Fayette County Cattlemen’s Association will hold its annual banquet at the Mahan Building on the county fairgrounds. The social hour for the event will begin at 6 p.m. with dinner served at 7 p.m. The Fayette County Fairgrounds is located at 213 Fairview Ave. in Washington Court House. There
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Law enforcement is sworn to uphold the state laws and the Constitution, so why is the Alabama Sheriffs Association (ASA) not only lobbying your state legislators against your Constitutional rights, BUT also proudly working with a known anti-gun organization, New York City billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s Moms Demand Action, that wants to destroy the Second Amendment?
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The Senate Committee on Judiciary heard bills affecting Second Amendment rights yesterday. Unsurprisingly, the Committee rejected a number of bills that would have protected or advanced Second Amendment rights. Senate Bill 74 would have prevented localities from passing their own restrictions on lawful carry and required them to sell firearms to licensed dealers that they
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TODAY at 1:30pm or 15 minutes after the House floor session, the House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee will consider House Bill 9 by Rep. Pamelya Herndon (D-ABQ), legislation that creates civil fines and misdemeanor penalties for parents or guardians whose minors gain unauthorized access to their firearms (except in the case of burglary).  It also contains a provision that
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San Jose, California’s City Council on Tuesday passed a first-in-the-nation ordinance requiring gun owners to obtain liability insurance and pay an annual fee for their firearms, immediately drawing lawsuits from gun rights groups. San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo, a Democrat, said the City Council had voted in favor of both measures despite opposition from gun
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