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Common Ground at Last? Finger-gun Wielding Obama Provides Lesson for America's Schools

Attention overbearing public school administrators: you might want to remove any portraits of the 44th U.S. president hanging on your walls. In a recent Affordable Care Act promotional video produced for the website Buzzfeed, President Barack Obama uses his index finger and thumb to form a finger gun and aim it at the viewer. Apparently, the commander-in-chief has not been briefed on the...

Report: College shooting sports teams becoming so popular some turn people away

The Washington Post is reporting that shooting sports teams are seeing a surge on a diverse range of campuses across the country, and have become so popular that some are forced to turn away interested students. From the article : Teams are thriving at a diverse range of schools: Yale, Harvard, the University of Maryland, George ­Mason University, and even smaller schools such as Slippery Rock...

Declining Gun Ownership? Sloppy Reporting Strikes Again

Citing recent data from the General Social Survey (GSS), the Associated Press (AP) reported [recently] that gun ownership is on the decline in the United States. This is becoming something of a springtime fantasy ritual among the media, with the same or similar reports from anti-gun media outlets every year after the GSS releases new data. If the AP had done some actual research, however, they...

ATF Change Welcomed, But Will It Make A Difference?

The news that BATFE head B. Todd Jones was resigning didn't come from a media outlet citing "reliable sources inside the ATF" - although that's exactly where the news originated. It came from industry compliance and legal protection firm FFLGuard in the form of a Thursday-night advisory to its clients. That advisory said Jones was resigning - soon- to "enter the private sector". Normally that's...

ATF backs off of ammo ban, but it's the "sporting purpose" test that needs to go

Feigning shock and surprise at the huge number of comments they received objecting to their plan to ban popular M855 ammunition, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives announced a tactical retreat from the plan. ATF, released a statement on Tuesday, March 9, saying that over 80,000 comments had been received objecting to the plan, and they were going to postpone any action until...

Washington Post Fact Checker: President earns three "Pinocchios" for latest anti-gun whoppers

President Barack Obama has been lying about guns and gun rights for years, and it finally seems as though at least one mainstream media outlet is catching on. For the second year in a row, the Washington Post ’s Fact Checker has given Obama “Three Pinocchios” for false claims in support of gun control. In 2013, the newspaper "Pinocchio'd" the president for claiming that 40 percent of firearms are...

Ohio police officer defends own life during home invasion

According to the Akron Beacon-Journal , a woman who works as a Kent police officer shot her intoxicated, violent ex-boyfriend when he broke into her home in the early morning hours of Thursday, March 19 - her 30th birthday - and began attacking her. From the article : Police say [Adam] Jovicic, who served as a medic with the Ohio Army National Guard since 2006, was intoxicated and high on an...

2014 is a transformative year for BFA PAC

2014 was a transformative year for Buckeye Firearms Association (BFA) and BFA PAC. We incorporated BFA and the PAC returned to a corporate-sponsored PAC. This will move most of the day-to-day expenses under a corporate umbrella, and transition the PAC to focus on political issues. With the restructuring, both BFA and BFA PAC will be better able to focus on their core missions. BFA has...

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