Kent State Univ. ''Treats Second Amendment Club Like Second-Class Citizens''

By Randy Hall CNSNews.com Editor January 14, 2005 (CNSNews.com) - Administrators at Kent State University in Ohio have refused to recognize a Second Amendment club as an official student group, a conservative organization claimed Friday. Students organized the group with the assistance of the Leadership Institute's Campus Leadership Program, which helps start and maintain conservative groups at...

Op-Ed: Why Liberals Love Gun Control

By Justin Darr MichNews.com Jan 11, 2005 If there is one thing liberals love more than banning Christianity from public schools it is creating ineffective gun control laws. Despite centuries of evidence that gun control laws do not lower crime, stop violence, or make society safer in any way, liberals keep plugging away at our Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. I am not going to weary...

Suspect sought in roadside rape attempt

The Dayton Daily News is reporting that Warren County authorities are asking the public for help in finding a man who attempted to rape an 18-year-old woman whose car broke down on Ohio 48, just south of Lebanon. The newspaper reports the county resident dialed 911 at 10:48 a.m. Tuesday to report fighting off a man who pulled next to her car in a white Dodge pickup. Investigators told the DDN the...

Education Guide Lesson #8: Who Wins, Who Loses, When Guns Are Banned?

Yet another eye-opening study course has been added to the OFCC PAC Education Guide . T. Dave Gowan, Ph.D., asks and answers the following questions: Who gains by [gun] ban policies, and who loses? Are these policies effective in any way? Do these business policies prevent any firearms-related crime? Or do they affect only law-abiding customers? This piece serves as an excellent examination of...

OFCC issues first ''Division of Wildlife Concealed Carry Status Report''

The Ohio Division of Wildlife has been reviewing the impact of the Ohio concealed carry law as it relates to hunting regulations, shooting ranges operated by the Division, wildlife areas, and other issues. The Division presented the proposals for the 2005 – 2006 hunting regulations to the Ohio Wildlife Council on January 5, 2005. Disappointingly, these proposals did not include any changes to the...

Fifth Third: Signs not posted to keep criminals out; They want to keep YOU out

The following story was published by American Banker Online on January 7, 2004. The Wall Street Journal republished the story on its subscription website, www.online.wsj.com (and mentioned OFCC in its Morning Update email blast), that same day. It is being republished here with permission. When reading this story, it is important to keep in mind that the striking comments made by Fifth Third Bank...

Sheriff Leis “totally opposed” to being shopped to check quality of service

When a January 5 Cincinnati Enquirer story announced that Hamilton County Commissioners were planning to send "secret shoppers" in to test how helpful county employees are when dealing with the general public, Ohioans For Concealed Carry's first question was, "will the commissioners also send faux shoppers into the Hamilton County sheriff's office?" According to the Cincinnati Post , they will...

Blame the guns, or the criminals who carry them?

The January 10 issue of the Cincinnati Enquirer contains a story on the proliferation of gun crime into the suburbs, co-written by Jane Prendergast, Enquirer staff writer. Unfortunately, the story also contains a quote from one law enforcement officer who seem to think that guns, and not the criminals who use them, are the problem: "It's just ungodly how many guns there are in today's society,"...

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