During the 2019 session of the New Mexico Legislature, anti-gun Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and state lawmakers who were elected with the support of New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg rammed legislation through which criminalized the private sale of firearms, over the strong objections of law-abiding citizens and law enforcement.  Opponents warned that the measure would be intrusive, ineffective
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Anyone who believes in the Second Amendment should be wary if Sen. Kamala Harris becomes the next vice president of the United States, sitting a heartbeat away from the White House. Harris is no better than Beto “hell yes, we’re going to take your AR-15s” O’Rourke on the issue of gun control, which should also incentivize
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Finally. After a long, drawn-out process, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has chosen U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris of California as his running mate. In a tweet, Biden described Harris as “a fearless fighter for the little guy, and one of the country’s finest public servants.” That’s a bit boilerplate, but it’s been a tiring
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The lawsuit against the National Rifle Association (NRA) has all the earmarks of political persecution ahead of the 2020 elections, US observers say, explaining how the New York attorney general is using the entity’s financial mismanagement issue to shut it down. Last Thursday, New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a lawsuit against the National
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Let’s put at 2.5 the early over- under on how many points the New York attorney general has handed Donald Trump. That’s not many, but it might be plenty to make the fateful difference Nov. 3, considering that the presidential race again could come down to a fraction of a point in three or four
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I’ve shot a gun. I’ve lifted a barrel, aimed, squeezed, and felt that kick that just about knocked me off my feet. My dad was a fan of guns. He was a hunter from the time he was a young man. He loved being outdoors. He wanted to be a big-game hunter. He wanted to
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Those who are opposed to the New York attorney general’s lawsuit against the National Rifle Association seem to believe that this lawsuit has to do with the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. This is absolutely devoid of truth. The lawsuit has nothing to do with changing or abolishing the Second Amendment. The attorney general
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If you’re like me, you were out camping, or getting out on the water and enjoying your weekend here in Montana. If that’s the case, you missed the first debate in Montana’s very important US Senate race. Montana’s Senator Steve Daines (R-MT) and Democrat Gov. Steve Bullock (D-MT) had their first debate featuring several panelists
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Extreme right-wing organization the Church Militant requested that Detroit bakery Good Cakes and Bakes co-owner April Anderson ( who’s LGBTQ ) put on a cake, “Homosexual acts are gravely evil. ( Catholic Catechism 2357″ ),” PrideSource.com reported. Anderson made a cake without the writing ( “because it says on our website we don’t decorate cakes
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Extreme right-wing organization the Church Militant requested that Detroit bakery Good Cakes and Bakes co-owner April Anderson ( who’s LGBTQ ) put on a cake, “Homosexual acts are gravely evil. ( Catholic Catechism 2357″ ),” PrideSource.com reported. Anderson made a cake without the writing ( “because it says on our website we don’t decorate cakes
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Extreme right-wing organization the Church Militant requested that Detroit bakery Good Cakes and Bakes co-owner April Anderson ( who’s LGBTQ ) put on a cake, “Homosexual acts are gravely evil. ( Catholic Catechism 2357″ ),” PrideSource.com reported. Anderson made a cake without the writing ( “because it says on our website we don’t decorate cakes
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Two trend lines related to our issue have diverged in a remarkable way that indicates that firearms and the 2nd Amendment are fundamental American mainstays. We’ve covered the string of record-breaking NICS background check numbers since the onset of the pandemic, and July NICS data continues that trend. New data from Gallup shows that gun
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Gun rights groups like the Canadian Shooting Sports Association (CSSA), the National Firearms Association (NFA), and firearm owners across Canada continue to expose new problems with the “assault weapon”ban imposed by Trudeau’s Liberal government on May 1, 2020.  Readers will recall that more than 1,500 firearms and devices (as well as present and future “variants”)
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Last Monday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit reinstated an NRA-supported challenge to Maryland’s convoluted handgun licensing scheme. An earlier trial court decision had dismissed the case on technical grounds, claiming the plaintiffs lacked standing to bring the lawsuit. Three judges of the Fourth Circuit overruled that erroneous decision, finding that a
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There she goes again: Attorney General Tish James last week filed another dubious lawsuit, this one seeking to dissolve the National Rifle Association. We’ve had differences with the pro-gun group over the years, but James’ attempt to crush it is clearly a political stunt. She’s hoping it will make her a star on the left
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Eye on the economy: Don Rescues US  — Again “President Trump showed once again Saturday that he places America and the American people first when” he used his executive powers to end the congressional gridlock over the next coronavirus relief package, cheers Andy Puzder at FoxNews.com. “Democrats have made it increasingly obvious that they view the
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In 2016 the powerful National Rifle Association (NRA), a registered charity that promotes gun rights, spent $30 million helping elect Donald Trump, and close to $70 million on ads and voter mobilisation drives. Now his re-election campaign will probably have to look elsewhere as the US’s wealthiest lobbying organisation, already facing a major financial crisis
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Saturday on Fox News Channel’s “Justice,” House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) decried the civil lawsuit filed by New York State Attorney General Letitia James against the National Rifle Association (NRA). “[I] mean, this lady – – the Attorney General in New York has been trying to shut the NRA down since she came into
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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton slammed New York Attorney General Letitia James for trying to dissolve the National Rifle Association and welcomed the organization to his state saying that “in Texas we care about what the founders put in the Constitution.” Paxton made the comment Sunday on “Fox & Friends Weekend,” three days after James announced that her office has filed a lawsuit
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From the outset of Saturday night’s Greater Montana Foundation/Montana Broadcasters Association U.S. Senate debate between incumbent Republican Steve Daines and his Democratic challenger Governor Steve Bullock, two themes emerged. First, Daines again and again tied Bullock to Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Shumer, and even former President Barack Obama, in an attempt to portray him
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