Ohio Outdoor News Hits Stands Jan. 6th

The News Democrat in Georgetown is reporting that Ohio sportsmen and women have a new publication available that covers news and just about everything outdoors related in Ohio. I had the opportunity to read through the premier issue of Ohio Outdoor News and am looking forward to many more. From the story: Ohio’s sportsmen and women who like to keep up on the state’s outdoor happenings now have a...

Hoping for a Return to the Wild West

By Gerard Valentino The movie Pale Rider starring Clint Eastwood is typical of old-time Westerns. For those that don’t know the story, a group of prospectors is terrorized by a greedy mining company owner that wants control of their soon to be rich mining claim. Our villain sends armed men to terrorize the unarmed prospectors only to be stopped unexpectedly by a gun-toting preacher played by...

Large crowd attends Capital University forum with Dr. John Lott

By Linda Walker On Wednesday night, seven members of Buckeye Firearms Columbus group disarmed and made their way to Capital University during "Gun Week" to hear a forum by John Lott, the author of "The Bias Against Guns". The event was put on by the Capital College Republicans, who invited us to join them. We arrived and settled into our seats with more than 120 college students and listened...

Gallup Poll: Guns in 4 of 10 homes; women more likely to use guns for protection

A recent Gallup Poll entitled "Gun Ownership and Use in America" shows that 4 in 10 Americans report having a gun in their homes, that most gun owners say they use their guns to protect themselves against crime, for hunting, and for target shooting. What may come as surprise to sexist anti-gun extremists is that the poll's findings also found that women more likely than men to use guns for...

Associated Press: GOP hoping to avoid 3-way race

The Associated Press is reporting that political analysts believe the narrowing field of Democrat gubernatorial candidates, and the preeminence of Democrat Ted Strickland (a conservative on social issues such as gun rights) is going to bring additional pressure upon the GOP to narrowing their "three-candidate" field for governor now that the Democrats have a front-runner (the AP and OhioGOP...

Anti-gun, trash-talking Democrats consider opposing Strickland in primary

The Akron Beacon Journal is reporting that the field of Democrats interested in running for governor is expected to widen now that Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman has dropped out, leaving pro-gun U.S. Rep Ted Strickland as the primary contender. According to the newspaper, anti-gun extremist State Sen. Eric Fingerhut of Shaker Heights and trashy TV show host Jerry Springer both are considering a...

Pro-Gun Punditry: Wednesday's Buckeye State Roundabout

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 worthy of comment. What follows is our weekly view of headlines from around the state though a pro-gun rights lens. Click on the "Read More..." link below for seven days of headlines accompanied by short, concise pro-gun analysis. Thursday in Akron: Gun...

Attorney General Jim Petro Defends Concealed Carry Law

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, November 30, 2005 Columbus - Attorney General Jim Petro filed a legal brief defending the constitutionality of Ohio's concealed carry law against a challenge by the city of Toledo. "We believe the concealed carry law is an issue of statewide concern and prevents cities from enacting bans because statewide law supercedes local laws," said Attorney General Jim Petro...

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