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The horrific massacre on May 14 in Buffalo, New York, is yet another reminder of how racist ideologies pose the most severe danger to the contemporary United States. Teenaged white supremacist Payton Gendron traveled for hours to open fire in a supermarket in a Black neighborhood while live-streaming his actions on Twitch. Gendron killed ten people and
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IDAHO — White nationalist Vincent James Foxx had a new video for his nearly 70,000 subscribers on BitChute, one of the few tech platforms that hasn’t banned him. On Feb. 16, he appeared wearing a baseball hat emblazoned with the state’s outline tilted on its side so that it resembled a pistol. “We are going
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Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY) has the “worst luck in American retail politics ever,” declares host Molly Jong-Fast on this episode of The New Abnormal. She’s referring to Stefanik’s past “replacement theory” rhetoric that resurfaced very quickly after the “screed” of the Tops shooter Payton Gendron had been reported to contain the same kind of views.
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BOISE, Idaho —  Idaho’s five-term Republican attorney general has handled his duties in the deeply conservative state for 20 years with a strategy he describes as calling legal “balls and strikes.” He’s facing two challengers who see a more activist role for the office. Lawrence Wasden, a former prosecutor backed by establishment Republicans, is likely in
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This weekend’s horrific mass killing in Buffalo serves as a tragic reminder that the radicalism of the American right-wing is not confined to abortion policy or an anti-democratic movement to take over the election machinery for partisan gain. The most established extremist movement in the country is the unfettered gun rights movement. Much like the anti-abortion
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Researchers in California have published the results of a study evaluating the effectiveness of so-called “gun violence restraining orders” (a.k.a. “extreme risk protection orders” or “red flag” orders). Assembly Bill 1014, was enacted in California in 2014, and since then, 19 states and the District of Columbia have adopted similar laws. Authors of the study,
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In late April, Alejandro Mayorkas, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), made a bizarre announcement during a congressional hearing that DHS was forming what it called a “Mis- and Disinformation Governance Board.” The statement came in response to a question about how DHS was responding to supposed Russian interference in American elections. Mayorkas
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Five Republican candidates stood at the front of a VFW post in Yakima on the first Saturday of May. One by one, they made their opening pitches for why the voters of Central Washington’s ruby-red 4th district should send them to Congress. Brad Klippert, a seven-term state representative from Kennewick, cited his decades in law enforcement
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The Democratic Governors Association has launched a new TV ad aimed at boosting Republican Darren Bailey’s chances in the Republican primary for governor by offering a backhanded criticism that is actually intended to reinforce Bailey’s conservative credentials to the GOP base. It is the second ad from the DGA to weigh in on the June
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Yesterday, a conference committee convened to iron out inconsistencies in the language of firearm discrimination prevention measure, House Bill 3144.  Having successfully passed the measure with its originally intended language, the measure now heads back to both chambers for a vote.  Please contact your lawmakers and encourage them to SUPPORT House Bill 3144. House Bill 3144 provides that
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NRA-ILA’s Office of Litigation Counsel has been busy fighting for our members’ rights in courtrooms across the country. ILA has filed new cases, continued the fight in many existing cases, and scored some good wins. This newsletter covers ILA’s efforts to defend your freedoms in court over the first four months of 2022. In addition
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LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER! The North Carolina NRA State Conference is this Saturday, May 21st, 2022, in Raleigh. The conference is FREE and will feature various speakers including your North Carolina State Senators, NRA staff with updates on the 2022 North Carolina elections, and other panels featuring some top coalition partners supporting the Second Amendment
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Fairfax, Va. — The National Rifle Association is pleased to announce that former President Donald Trump will headline a star-studded cast of political heavyweights at the NRA Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) Leadership Forum on Friday, May 27, at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. “It is truly an honor to have President
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Yesterday, the Colorado Legislature adjourned from its 2022 Legislative Session, having passed some good, and some bad, legislation in the process. This year, the legislature sent two gun bills to the desk of Governor Jared Polis: pro-gun, House Bill 22-1168 and anti-gun, House Bill 22-1086.  Both measures were signed into law. House Bill 22-1168 allows local education providers, upon entering
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Editor, Gun ownership has always been a given in Wyoming. Both political parties support it. Hunter safety classes are in our schools and children are raised hunting for food and recreation. Many of us have hunted and owned guns all our lives. But there is a counter culture that has emerged that raises the hair
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