Former Vice President Joe Biden (Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key) After Super Tuesday, the logical and wise choice for Democrats is to vote for former Vice President Joe Biden as our nominee. In the spirit of full disclosure in November 2018 I wrote we shouldn’t have anyone over 70 on the ticket. Yet
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On this day, March 9 … 1997: The Notorious B.I.G. (Christopher Wallace), 24, is killed in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles; his slaying remains unsolved. Also on this day: 1796: Napoleon Bonaparte, the future emperor of the French, marries Josephine de Beauharnais. 1841: The U.S. Supreme Court, in United States v. The Amistad, rules
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A group filed Friday a proposed state constitutional amendment to take post-census redistricting from politicians and give it to independent citizens. The development advances a trend in Arkansas by which people work directly to get big things done politically because the politicians resist doing those big things. That sounds ironic–this idea that politicians fear the
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Please enable Javascript to watch this video MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Gov. Bill Lee announced his support Thursday for legislation that would remove handgun permit requirements in Tennessee, but the plan is drawing harsh criticism from law enforcement officials in Memphis. Lee, and the NRA, both say the so-called constitutional carry law would secure Second-Amendment rights
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Yes, we live in dangerous times. Yes, we do need stricter firearms conceal and carry laws. So why would state Sen. Eric Burlison, R-Springfield, introduce two proposed laws, the first allowing “people to carry hidden, loaded handguns into sensitive areas including day cares, schools, college campuses and even bars” and the second “that would make
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It’s happening. Wednesday and an impeachment inquiry. Tips, comments, recipes? Reach out and sign up. Thanks for waking up with us.   Also happening: “Climate change is already causing staggering impacts on the oceans and ice-filled regions that encompass 80 percent of the Earth, and future damage from rising seas and melting glaciers is now all but
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UPDATED FEBRUARY 2020 BOSTON (CBS) – With mass shootings becoming far too common in the United States, gun control will certainly be a topic of interest for voters in the 2020 election. Related: Where They Stand, College FundingRelated: Where They Stand, Prescription Drug Costs Here is a brief look at where each of the current
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Background checks: Eighty-nine percent of Americans support expanding federal background checks to cover private sales and gun-show transactions. Red flag laws: Eighty-six percent support implementing “red-flag” laws to deny guns to those deemed a hazard to themselves or others. Key: “Both measures are supported by at least 8 in 10 Republicans, white evangelical Christians, members of gun-owning households and
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“The American action is the latest in a series of back-and-forth jabs that the United States and Iran have traded recently, raising fears of escalation into an all-out conflict in the Persian Gulf.”  🚨HICKENLOOPER IS EXPECTED TO DROP OUT: “Former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper is preparing to withdraw from the contest for the Democratic presidential nomination
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It mirrored the ride — from the silly to the serious — taken by most of the 2020 Democratic field in Iowa as candidates vacillated between engaging in performative rites of passage and discussing more serious topics like gun control and whether President Trump is a “white supremacist” following the shootings in El Paso and Dayton. On Saturday, 16 Democrats
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At The White House DIVISION TRUMPS UNITY: Twitter Trump trounced Teleprompter Trump once again. Trump’s back-to-back visits to El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, were a major test of his ability to be the comforter-in-chief — to console the victims and a grieving nation after two mass shootings killed 31 people. It could have been a high-profile
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Pop Packs are filled with environmentally safe, water-soluble gel, and they explode when hit. With their different colors, numbers and shapes, they’re great for target-decision drills—and they’re a whole lot of fun. Let’s face it: Shooting holes in paper over and over can turn your range session to a snooze fest in short order. After
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MTM Case-Gard Pistol Rest The simplest gear is often the most effective. For the past few months I’ve been doing my handgun accuracy tests off MTM Case-Gard’s pistol rest ($20). It’s a molded-plastic platform with a broad, adjustable plastic fork covered in rubber. The fork can accommodate about any handgun you could think of, and
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FN America, LLC announces the expansion of the FN 509 Series of striker-fired pistols with the release of the FN 509 Tactical. FN America, LLC announces the expansion of the FN 509 Series of striker-fired pistols with the release of the FN 509 Tactical, an optics- and suppressor-ready 9mm pistol. The pistol features the company’s patent-pending
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by Eve Flanigan This is a drill used in an advanced pistol class by Larry Vickers. It’s named after, and likely designed by, the legendary Rob Leatham. It’s great for good shooters to do after some time away from the range or from a particular gun to reacquaint themselves with the trigger. It also works
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Scout IWB Holster Galco Gunleather has introduced an improved Scout IWB holster! Improved for 2018 with an in-line redesign to add Galco’s innovative new UniClip and Ultimate Stealth clips, the open-top Scout is constructed with the rough side of the leather out. This construction method provides additional stability in the waistband, as well as a smooth leather holster pocket
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Holsters from Rocking K Saddlery (top) and Jeffrey Custom Leather are modern examples of the Threepersons design. Tom Threepersons was among the most famous of all western lawmen of the previous century. He was by all accounts not only a formidable lawman but also a great cowboy, competing in rodeos prior to World War I,
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To honor Buffalo Bill Cody and his colorful life, Uberti is introducing a copy of his beloved 1858 Remington revolver. Buffalo Bill Cody was an interesting man. Born in Iowa in 1846, he signed on as a rider for the Majors and Russell message service while still a teenager. After the Civil War, he worked
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