Month: June 2023

The United Nations General Assembly is poised to approve a global framework this fall on ammunition management that could be dangerously vague and impact domestic policies in the United States, some Second Amendment advocates warn.  In early June, the U.N.’s Open-Ended Working Group on Conventional Ammunition, also called the OEWG, completed its development of a
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On June 20, Los Gatos introduced an ordinance that would prohibit concealed carry permit holders from bringing their firearms to specific places around town. But in contrast with the hardline positions staked-out on both sides of the gun debate across the United States—with National Rifle Association members claiming guns in classrooms would help solve things
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A wreath-laying ceremony marking the fifth anniversary of an attack that killed five people at the… ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A wreath-laying ceremony marking the fifth anniversary of an attack that killed five people at the Capital Gazette newspaper was held Wednesday as their grieving families and friends found solidarity with
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Ron DeSantis Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, a Republican presidential candidate, plans to appear at a private event north of Indianapolis next month, according to the Hamilton County Republican Party. The July 12 event will be hosted by Rep. Chris Jeter, R-Fishers, whose district includes portions of Hamilton, Hancock, Madison and Marion counties, and Bob Grand,
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  Re “House of Representatives censures Adam Schiff for role in Trump-Russia probe” (June 21): Let’s face it, being a politician is not thought of by many as a particularly honest profession. To be generous, many are proficient at obfuscating and bending the facts, so a politician has to be particularly dishonest to be singled
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Fox News contributor and former Trump administration White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany asked each GOP presidential candidate how they plan to protect students in America’s schools on Friday’s “Fox News Tonight.” The question was simple: “What is your plan to protect America’s students? How do you intend to achieve that while keeping gun rights
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Wow Mao and Thug Shaker are not names of exotic cocktails. They are US audience-focused social media ‘gamer’ channels that were among the first to circulate ‘Top Secret’ classified United States’ military documents that began to be leaked online since October 2022. This slow trickle of ‘Top Secret’ documents was first noticed in early 2023.
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Negative response to Pride decorations disturbing At the Fairfax Town Council meeting on June 7, Mayor Chance Cutrano spoke about negative messages some community members sent to town officials and members of the council about Fairfax’s Pride Month decorations, specifically the rainbow-colored crosswalk and rainbow flags throughout the town. During discussion of the town’s proclamation
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Hunter Biden’s story is a shabby one. John Krull, publisher, TheStatehouseFile.com By his own admission, detailed in his memoir, the surviving son of President Joe Biden is an addict who has made addict’s choices. Such choices often bring heartache to families and other loved ones, violate basic ethical concepts and break the law. Hunter Biden’s addict
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Heinrich pushing bill to ban bump stocks Levi Hill/News-Sun U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., has joined a bi-partisan group of lawmakers in submitting a new bill aimed at banning the ownership of bump stocks for firearms. The new bill, which follows both House and Senate bills filed earlier this year to ban assault weapons, aims
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The AR-15 Isn’t a Weapon of War – President Joe Biden often parrots a sentiment repeatedly offered by many gun control advocates in the United States today, namely that AR-15 style firearms have no place in the hands of civilians as these are “weapons of war” by their account. It makes for a compelling argument.
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Democrats clearly want to change Vice President Kamala Harris’ public image from being aloof and present her as someone who would be a champion of the issues that Democratic voters and Democrat-leaning Independents care about. Eighty-six percent of Democrats recently said recently they would support Harris if she became president in the event Joe Biden dies in
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