Second Amendment

There is an intriguing parallel between the right-wing’s opposition to abortion rights and its crusade to prevent gun control, at least when it comes to the history of those movements in the United States. Most Republicans are reliably anti-abortion and pro-gun — and depend on specific historical narratives to vindicate those positions. Gun rights advocates regularly cite the Constitution, pointing
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Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: The Guardian on China’s Winter Olympics and treatment of Uyghurs: The financial crisis of 2008 was the moment which cemented both China’s rise and its growing confidence as the west faltered. But the Olympics held in Beijing a few months earlier was the global symbol
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Since March, the City of Boulder has been looking for ways to reverse its defeat in the NRA-ILA supported case challenging Boulder’s unlawful bans against commonly owned “assault weapons” and magazines capable of accepting more than ten rounds. This week, the City of Boulder finally abandoned its appeal of the lower court decision striking Boulder’s unlawful hardware prohibitions.
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A sad fact about gun control politics is that if you are cynical enough you can darn near see the future. Consider this NRA-ILA item from November 8, titled, “NBC News Tattletale Alerts Secret Service to “Let’s go Brandon” AR-15 Receiver.” The piece concerned an NBC News reporter who contacted the U.S. Secret Service over the sale of an
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On Friday, the Oakland County Michigan prosecutor announced she was charging the parents of the Oxford High School shooter with involuntary manslaughter. When MSNBC national security analyst Frank Figliuzzi was asked by Deadline: White House host Nicolle Wallace for his thoughts on the matter, his first instinct was to warn that conservatives would make the parents Second
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   Conservative author and radio host Dana Loesch backed Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s U.S. Senate campaign Thursday, touting his record on conservative issues.  Loesch, who grew up near the St. Louis region, said her home state would benefit from sending Schmitt and his platform to Capitol Hill.  “Eric Schmitt is a conservative fighter who knows
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Recent Trials should have taught you plenty. I’ve always believed in our Justice system, and the recent events & trials have re-enforced that belief. The day after the reading of the Rittenhouse verdict I held an Arizona Concealed Carry permit class with 29 students. It was exciting to me because the class represented persons wanting
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Washington Watch Like many Americans, I was overjoyed by news that a Georgia jury had found three white men guilty of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, a young Black man. The jury rejected the defense’s argument that the three men were “protecting and defending” their neighbourhood and therefore were justified in using their trucks to
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Taylorville, IL — Rodney Davis, a Republican from Taylorville, announced today he is running for re-election to Congress in the newly-drawn 15thCongressional district, which includes his home in Taylorville and much of the district he currently represents. He is the only incumbent member of Congress who resides in this district following the Congressional redistricting process.
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