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Credit: Vidar Nordli-Mathisen. A recent study finds that, in the wake of a mass shooting, National Rifle Association (NRA) employees, donors and volunteers had extremely mixed emotions about the organization—reporting higher levels of both positive and negative feelings about the NRA, as compared to people with no NRA affiliation. “We wanted to see what effect
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Yesterday, the House Judiciary Committee passed self-defense legislation, House Bill 102, by a 12 to 7 vote.  The measure now heads to the House floor where it will await a full vote.  Please contact your Representative and ask that they SUPPORT House Bill 102. House Bill 102 will strengthen Montana’s self-defense laws by allowing law-abiding Montana
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Members and other Second Amendment supporters, you may have seen that other Virginia gun rights groups recently mentioned last year’s legislation and Governor Northam’s gun ban bill, HB961, making at least one incorrect claim. We feel that it is critical to address this. House Bill 961, Governor Northam’s gun ban, was carried over by Senate Judiciary to the 2021 session. However, because no legislative action
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RAGA’s chair, Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr, insists he “unequivocally had no knowledge or involvement” in the robocall and “is working diligently to determine how this situation occurred and ensure that it does not happen again.” The executive director of RAGA, Adam Piper, had the gall to issue a statement saying that the RAGA and RLDF
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Today, during the first week of Indiana’s 2021 legislative session, Representatives Ben Smaltz, Matthew Lehman, and Timothy Wesco introduced House Bill 1369, to improve the ability of law-abiding citizens to defend themselves and their loved ones. Please contact your state representative and ask them to support this critical bill. House Bill 1369 allows any law-abiding
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The reality is that the Democrats mobilised their voter base better than the Republicans did, and people saw Trump as the incompetent failure he always has been on COVID-19. The best thing to come out of this is that the Democrats will control the legislative agenda following their Senate wins and America can work at
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The year 2020 saw Americans across political and demographic lines embrace their Second Amendment rights in unprecedented numbers. Last week, Representative Richard Hudson (R-NC) reintroduced H.R. 38, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, which would give more meaningful effect to those rights by ensuring they stay intact as travelers crossed state lines. Forty-two states and the
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Today is Thursday, Jan. 7, the seventh day of 2021. There are 358 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On Jan. 7, 1789, America held its first presidential election as voters chose electors who, a month later, selected George Washington to be the nation’s first chief executive. On this date: In 1927,
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Tomorrow, the House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to consider self-defense legislation, House Bill 102.  The hearing is scheduled for 8:00am and your contacts are needed!  Please contact committee members and ask them to SUPPORT your right to defend yourself by voting “yes” on House Bill 102. House Bill 102 would strengthen Montana’s self-defense laws by
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With control of the Senate hanging in the balance, two runoff contests in Georgia remained too close to call early Wednesday as the advantage seesawed back and forth after election officials had tallied more than 4.2 million votes. The races feature two Republican candidates — Senator Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, whose Senate term ended
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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWineMike DeWineOhio governor signs ‘stand your ground’ bill into law GOP senators face criticism in wake of challenges to Electoral College vote Tapper spars with DeWine over GOP effort to overturn election results MORE (R) signed a wide-ranging stand-your-ground measure into law on Monday. The Ohio Dispatch reports that S.B. 175 allows
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In the following days, Mitchell took particular aim at Biden’s win in Georgia, tweeting that the state’s recount was a “total sham” and “A FAKE!!!” She wrote that the effort was “cover for the SOS,” referring to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. Responding to criticism of her appearance, she tweeted, “Happy to be considered a
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As President Trump has sought to overturn the election results, his personal lawyers paraded themselves before television hosts, state elections officials and anyone else willing to entertain their baseless claims of voter fraud. But behind the scenes, a longtime conservative lawyer named Cleta Mitchell quietly helped. Her work for Mr. Trump drew widespread attention for
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