Month: September 2023

FIRST ON FOX: The NRA slammed President Biden’s launch of the first-ever federal office to address “gun violence prevention,” while criticizing the office’s director, who has repeatedly vowed on social media to help “defeat” the Second Amendment group.   “The Biden administration’s new White House Office of so-called ‘Gun Violence Prevention’ might as well be renamed
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Comment on this storyComment A federal judge on Friday suspended pieces of a new Maryland gun law set to take effect this weekend, ruling that some of its sweeping provisions — banning guns at private buildings, public gatherings and locations that sell alcohol — were likely unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge George L. Russell III granted
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Amid the multitude of tributes that poured out after her death at age 90, one description of California U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the Senate’s oldest sitting member, was appropriately prominent. “A true trailblazer,” said President Joe Biden, “a pioneering American,” and “for Jill and me, a cherished friend.” “Dianne was a trailblazer,” Illinois’ senior U.S.
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Joe Hogsett, left, and Jefferson Shreve Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and Republican challenger Jefferson Shreve escalated their ad war over the past week with negative campaign commercials that make more pointed accusations. In a recent ad, Shreve’s campaign says the mayor was “nowhere to be found” during the 2020 racial justice protests in downtown Indianapolis.
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Two law enforcement veterans, John Haglock and Nelson Croft, are both announcing their candidacy to be the next Ohio County Sheriff. Haglock, who is running as a Democrat, has over 30 years of law enforcement experience. After being in the Army, Haglock was an officer of the law e in the City of Benwood, The
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WASHINGTON (WTRF) – Rep. Alex X. Mooney (R-W.Va.) introduced H.R. 5767, the No Gun Rights Infringement Sham Act, or No GRISHAM Act, to prohibit states or local governments that suspend concealed or open firearm carry permits from receiving any federal financial assistance. Nine House Republicans signed onto the bill as original cosponsors: Reps. Andy Biggs,
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Massachusetts gun owners are absolutely fed up with threats to their Second Amendment rights. Boston, MA – September 27:Gun rights advocates rally on the Boston Common. (Nancy Lane/Boston Herald) Boston, MA – September 27:Gun rights advocates rally on the Boston Common. (Nancy Lane/Boston Herald) Boston, MA – September 27:Gun rights advocates rally on the Boston
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Governor Hochul accused Justice Clarence Thomas of “placating” what she called “donors and supporters” following his announcement that the Supreme Court would consider whether the Empire State’s recently-enacted firearms restrictions conform with the Constitution. It was Justice Thomas who last year wrote a landmark decision striking down the state’s limitations on handgun ownership as an
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ALBANY, N.Y. (WTEN) — A new law is changing how background checks are conducted for those looking to purchase guns and ammunition. The latest lawsuit challenges this law and other New York gun laws. From the Supreme Court, Justice Clarence Thomas granted an emergency conference to look into a provision of New York’s Concealed Carry Improvement
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KINGSTON, N.Y. – U.S. Rep Marc Molinaro criticized Tuesday New York state’s concealed carry gun laws as an infringement on constitutional rights. Molinaro, R-Catskill, responded to Gov. Kathy Hochul’s pledge in a posting on X, formerly Twitter, to keep the Concealed Carry Improvement Act in place. “Justice Clarence Thomas just granted a request for an
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The National Rifle Association (NRA) issued a scathing response to Democratic. Gov. Gavin Newsom signing new laws that will double the taxes on gun and ammunition sales in the state and bans people from carrying firearms in many public places.  “The NRA condemns the legislation enacted by Gov. Newsom. It is a blatant and egregious
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BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – A state supreme judge is taking aim at New York’s concealed carry legislation. Governor Kathy Hochul said that the state just learned Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas moved for an emergency conference to remove New York’s concealed carry laws. The Concealed Carry Improvement Act took effect in September of last year,
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It’s no secret. Across America, crime continues to ravage communities, putting the innocent on high alert as they wonder how they might fend off attackers should they make their move. But some women are stepping up to the challenge, fueling the demographic’s identity as a growing group arming up with guns across the nation,  “Women
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By DIANE DENISHCorner to Corner© 2023 New Mexico News Services I started the week wishing lawmakers and elected leaders were as concerned about kids killing kids and families being fearful as they were about Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s proposed 30-day ban on guns in public places.  There has been a flurry of press conferences, lawsuits,
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