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By Chris Chumita
There are more stories pertaining to our gun rights in Ohio then we can possibly draw attention to with individual daily commentary. But they are all worthy of mention.
What follows is our review of headlines from around the state though a pro-gun rights lens.
From a shooting outside of Akron University to the winner of the JPFO's "Name the BATFE mascot contest", these articles should be a part of your required reading!
What follows is several days of headlines accompanied by short, concise pro-gun analysis.
By Ken Hanson, Esq.
At some point in your day, you, like me, probably wonder “Have I done all I can do to be a pain in the hind end of those who oppose my gun rights?” The answer, of course, is “no.” Fortunately, it is easy to take some immediate and long term actions to irritate those opposed to your rights. Most steps are as simple as “vendor selection” decisions you make daily.
An interesting array of folks have spent considerable time and money arguing that the Second Amendment does not mean what it plainly says, and chances are you indirectly support these groups trying to strip you of your rights. Your support needs to stop – immediately. Here are simple steps you can take to make sure that these groups learn that nonsense has a price.
By John Longenecker
Something's being forgotten... or sidestepped.
Many cases of quandary are in the news over guns on campus. I have written on the subject since the Virginia Tech Shooting, and I critique the Review Panel's conclusions in a monograph available to seminar hosts.
Outside of that dissertation, let me address some of these questions and quandaries in the debates over what to do on the subject of concealed carry on campus.
To begin with, let me state the obvious which the debaters do not want to accept.