Firearms

by Jeff Gross, contributing writer I am stunned!  Two back-to-back nights at the RI State House of the annual Anti-Gun Follies and Comedy show.  At least in 2024 we were out at 8pm on Tuesday and 9pm on Wednesday. This year saw the usual emotion style antics by the anti-gun mob. At the House Judiciary hearings
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Welcome to Fox News’ Politics newsletter with the latest political news from Washington D.C. and updates from the 2024 campaign trail.  What’s happening?  -Biden and Trump continue to mop up the remaining primaries  -Trump declares himself ‘not a Conservative’ in news interview -Fetterman slams Democrats for not taking action against Menendez  Can’t Let Hur Go The
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The Third Circuit Court of Appeals hears oral arguments on Monday on a Delaware gun groups’ efforts to halt recently passed gun safety laws. In April 2023, a federal judge denied the Delaware State Sportsmen’s Association’s (DSSA) request for a preliminary injunction against Delaware’s ban on assault weapons and large capacity magazines (LCM). In their
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First lady Jill Biden speaks to the National Governors Association during an event in the East Room of the White House. File/Associated Press Samantha Young, Tribune News Service California lawmakers are weighing a pitch from the White House for states to toughen gun storage rules as legislation languishes in Congress. Even though many states, including
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Donald Trump is no fool. “No one will lay a finger on your firearms,” if he’s returned to the White House, he told thousands of members of the National Rifle Association in Pennsylvania last month. He assured them he was “the best friend gun owners have ever had in the White House”.  There are more
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Mr. Speaker. Madam Vice President. Members of Congress. My Fellow Americans. In January 1941, President Franklin Roosevelt came to this chamber to speak to the nation. He said, “I address you at a moment unprecedented in the history of the Union.” Hitler was on the march. War was raging in Europe. President Roosevelt’s purpose was
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On Feb. 18, two Burnsville police officers and one firefighter/paramedic were killed in a shooting that started out as an investigation into a domestic incident. Feb. 18 was also the day “The Weight of the Crown” (about the shooting and recovery of former police officer Arik Matson) was shown in Ostrander Auditorium in Minnesota State’s
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washington —  President Joe Biden brought law enforcement officials from key swing states into the White House on Wednesday as he touted declines in crime in major cities and pressed Congress for more action on policing and gun control. “Murder, rape, aggravated assault, robbery — all dropped sharply, along with burglary, property crime and theft.
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At a roundtable with local law enforcement officials and public safety leaders on Wednesday, President Joe Biden touted his administration’s efforts to combat crime, making the case that his administration’s “plan is working” and attempting to rebut criticism from Republicans. “Last year, the United States had one of the lowest rates of all violent crime
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A decent start. That’s how the state-level gun safety legislation unveiled last week was broadly received, even by those who have long advocated for bigger, harder limits on the supply and sale of guns and other measures that seek to prevent gun violence. “They represent meaningful progress without trampling on anybody’s rights,” Gov. Janet Mills
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NEW YORK — The National Rifle Association and its former longtime leader were found liable Friday in a lawsuit centered on the organization’s lavish spending. The New York jury found that Wayne LaPierre, who was the NRA’s CEO for three decades, misspent millions of dollars of the group’s money on pricey perks for themselves. Wayne LaPierre,
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Given his often testy relationship with Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick, the leader of the upper house of the Texas Legislature, it’s understandable that Roland Gutierrez, a Democratic state senator, felt especially uncomfortable when he couldn’t control his emotions in Patrick’s presence. Days after the May 2022 mass shooting in Uvalde, which falls within Gutierrez’s sprawling
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