Last week, the Arizona Legislature convened for the 2022 session. More than two dozen firearm-related bills have been introduced with proposals to both strengthen and limit your Second Amendment Rights in Arizona. Below are a few highlights and lowlights of the bills that have been introduced.  Pro-Second Amendment House Bill 2414 allows law-abiding citizens to store
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Bloomberg-Backed Anti-Gun Organizations Demanding MORE Gun Control Dear New Mexico NRA Member: The New Mexico Legislature began its 30-day budget session today and Bloomberg-backed national anti-gun organizations are already demanding more gun control! Last fall, representatives from Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety testified before an interim committee that the Legislature needed to pass a bill imposing state-mandated firearm storage restrictions.  Their “gold
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Today, January 18th, the Alaska State Legislature begins the 2022 legislative session. As in 2021, the legislature can expect to see both pro and anti-gun agendas this year, including NRA-backed Emergency Powers Protection legislation, carried by Senator Robert Myers (Senate Bill 136) and Minority Leader Representative Cathy Tilton (House Bill 179). Gun owners and sportsmen throughout the state must stay actively involved to defend freedom. Your
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Last week, two gun control advocates – who described themselves as a “crime analyst” and a “data scientist” — published an article in the anti-gun publication The Atlantic blaming the 2020 spike in homicide rates on that years’ surge in gun sales from federally licensed dealers (FFLs). In other words, they want readers to believe
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As Democrats nationally gird themselves for a tough year, progressives are looking to Texas’ first-in-the-nation primaries on March 1, and two Texas candidates in particular, to test their midterm muscle. Both Jessica Cisneros and Greg Casar are supported by Justice Democrats—an organizing group known for backing Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s successful bid to oust incumbent Rep.
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Then-Gov. Terry McAuliffe speaks at a Dominion Energy event July 11, 2017. He was among officials at the Portsmouth Marine Terminal. McAuliffe failed in his re-election bid in 2021. (Source: Dominion Energy) The issues of “voter suppression” and “disenfranchisement” have been much in the news lately. President Biden and Vice President Harris spoke on the
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The Texas rabbi who escaped from British gunman Malik Faisal Akram after a 12-hour stand-off on Saturday said he welcomed him into his synagogue because he ‘looked like he needed shelter’ and gave him a cup of tea.   Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker also explained that he threw a chair at Akram at Beth Israel Congregation in Colleyville, Texas, on
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Bobby Timmons, director of the Alabama Sheriff’s Association (ASA), is so opposed to acknowledging your inherent right-to-carry, and wants so badly to protect the revenue stream from permit fees, that he openly opposes the Second Amendment and allies with anti-gun extremists. He said in a media interview that the ASA is working with a Bloomberg-backed, national anti-gun
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Hate preacher Anjem Choudhary urged his supporters to free a notorious Islamist fanatic dubbed ‘Lady Al Qaeda’ months before a British terrorist demanded her release while besieging a Texas synagogue on Saturday.  Choudhary called on his supporters to release Aafia Siddiqui ‘physically or by ransom’ in a Telegram post in September.  The 54-year-old has been able
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On Monday January 10th Kimberly Lowe formally announced her candidacy for Virginia’s 9th Congressional District on the Republican Ticket. With redistricting the southern portion of Roanoke County and Bedford and Franklin Counties have been added to the 9th Congressional District displacing career politician Morgan Griffith outside of the District. “As a mother, I am worried
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A Duke University professor has called on his fellow Muslims to confront the ‘increasing anti-Semitism problem’ within their community in wake of the Texas synagogue terror attack. Abdullah T. Antepli, a professor of the Practice of Interfaith Relations at the Duke Divinity School, took to Twitter Sunday saying members of his faith have a ‘moral call
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The British man who was shot dead after taking four people hostage inside a Texas synagogue has been identified as a 44-year-old man from Blackburn. Malik Faisal Akram was shot dead after a stand-off with American intelligence officers at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas on Saturday. Akram, who was reportedly armed with ‘backpacks of explosives’,
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FBI agents investigating a suspected terrorist incident at a Texas synagogue said the gunman appeared to have a British accent and officials will be liaising with the Metropolitan Police during the investigation.  Four hostages taken by the man who stormed the building ‘armed with backpacks of explosives’ have been released after the man was shot
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There’s a booming literature on the erosion of democracy in America, as well as around the world, but David Pepper’s book “Laboratories of Autocracy: A Wake-Up Call From Behind the Lines” stands out as arguably the most important for three reasons: It brings the subject down to earth, connects democratic erosion to corruption and the
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On Friday, the Washington Senate pulled magazine ban legislation, Senate Bill 5078 to the Senate Floor where it is eligible for a vote for passage.  NRA Members and Second Amendment supporters probably recall this measure from last year, previously reported here.  Please contact your State Senator IMMEDIATELY and ask them to OPPOSE Senate Bill 5078. Senate Bill 5078, bans the
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NEW YORK — Bald eagles have lifted themselves from the brink of extinction in the United States but deaths caused by lead poisoning from ingesting hunters’ bullets left in wildlife remains are holding back their population recovery, scientists say. Population increases of the majestic bird recognized as the national symbol of the United States have
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