by Mark Bunch/President Royal Gorge Gun Club/Chairman Fremont County NRA Why you should prepThe world we live in is a very dangerous and unforgiving place. Unless you are lucky enough to own a farm where you can grow all your own food, you are dependent on shopping at a store for all your necessary items.
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OpenSecrets, the non-profit campaign finance watchdog group, reported Thursday that foreign nationals and lobbyists spent an overwhelming $33.5 million during the 2020 election. Foreign nationals are prohibited from contributing to elections in the United States as an effort to ensure other countries aren’t trying to swing American elections. “Foreign agents registered under the Foreign Agents
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San Francisco’s district attorney on Wednesday sued three online retailers for selling “ghost guns,” untraceable firearms that can be made from do-it-yourself kits, part of an intensifying nationwide effort to stem the flood of deadly homemade weapons into American cities. In a civil complaint filed in California Superior Court, District Attorney Chesa Boudin accused the
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OPINION: At a recent speaking engagement in Ashburton, MP Stuart Smith, the National Party’s climate spokesperson, criticised the 2020 National Climate Change Risk Assessment report (NCCRA) prepared for the Minister of the Environment under the 2019 Zero Carbon Act. As documented by NZ Herald local democracy reporter Adam Burns in a August 4 article, Smith
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Today, the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors will hold a vote on banning firearms in certain public places. Second Amendment supporters are encouraged to OPPOSE the proposed Ordinance No. 21-10.  Please click the “Take Action” button to contact the Board of Supervisors. The proposed Ordinance No. 21-10 prohibits firearms, ammunition, and components in county owned
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The senator said the panel “should also examine the extent of any coordination between those groups, the Trump administration, and the members of Congress who objected to the electoral count.” Linking the January 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol with a protracted effort by secretive right-wing groups and wealthy GOP contributors, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse on Friday
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Today, the Legislature reconvenes from its summer recess. On Thursday, the Assembly Appropriations Committee will hear SB 264, legislation that prohibits gun shows from taking place on any state property, and SB 715, legislation that limits when a hunting license can be used for firearm purchases. Please contact committee members and ask them to OPPOSE SB 264 and SB
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The Biden Department of Justice is threatening to upend the U.S. firearm industry and how Americans exercise their Second Amendment rights. On May 21, ATF published a new proposed rule in the Federal Register entitled Definition of “Frame or Receiver” and Identification of Firearms. That publication triggered the opening of a public comment period. The
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On July 21, California Gov. Gavin Newsom gave a press conference in which he attempted to bolster his image on crime heading into the home stretch of a hotly contested recall election. According to the California Attorney General’s office, homicides were up 31 percent in 2020 over 2019. As is the habit of soft-on-violent-crime politicians,
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Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news. A new state law will soon let most Texans carry handguns in public without going through training or having to get permits. Gov. Greg Abbott lauded the so-called “constitutional carry” legislation and other firearms bills
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FRIDAY FRIDAY NIGHT COOKIE JAR BASS SERIES: 7 p.m.-midnight, LA Express landing, Jarreau. Fee $40/boat, max 2 anglers. Weekly event through September. COVID-19 distancing restrictions. Call Storm Randall (225) 937-0489. AROUND THE CORNER AUG. 23—RED STICK FLY FISHERS FLY TYING: 7 p.m., Room 204, Adult Education Building, Broadmoor Methodist, 10230 Mollylea, Baton Rouge. Website: rsff.org.
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More often than not, the stars, moons and planets of New York’s political heavens have aligned perfectly for Kathy Hochul. From rising through former Chairman Joseph F. Crangle’s Democratic organization, to her appointment and subsequent election as county clerk, to the three-way race allowing victory in a Republican congressional district, to her selection as Gov.
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