No, Mr. Trustee, it's CRIMINALS that don't belong in our parks

By Chad D. Baus Just 8 days after the Miami Twp. (Clermont Co.) Board of Trustees voted to remove illegal "no-guns" signs from entrances to the township's five parks, one of the trustees has explained that his wasn't a pro-gun vote after all. Click on 'Read More' for complete details. In a Cincinnati Enquirer op-ed entitled "Guns don't belong in our parks", Trustee Ken Tracy (incorrectly) states...

Cleveland courting the 2008 GOP convention

By Jim Irvine I attended the rallies and the gala at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum this week. Cleveland has an enthusiasm that has surprised me in its quest to land the 2008 Republican National convention, where President George Bush will make one of his last big speeches and the Republican Party will officially name its President and Vice President Candidates they hope will succeed...

Ohio Gun Owners Critical to National GOP Hopes

By Publius As we roll into the campaign season for the upcoming fall elections, Ohio is taking on added importance as the national political parties seek to make the Buckeye State a scrimmage for the upcoming Presidential campaign season. With Presidential hopefuls making the photo-op rounds at the Iowa State Fair, nervous eyes are cast upon Ohio, and it isn’t because the Buckeyes are pre-season...

Writer: Ohioans do well in rifle, shotgun matches

The Toledo Blade outdoor writer Steve Pollick is covering the just-ended National Rifle and Pistol Matches at Camp Perry near Port Clinton and at the Clay Target Championships in Sparta, IL (the Grand American World's Trapshooting Championships, held in Vandalia, OH for 81 straight years, were forced out last year by Dayton airport expansion). From the story: Ohio shooters have made their marks...

Columbus Dispatch the latest to editorialize against gun bill(s)

Columbus Dispatch is the latest participant in the Ohio establishment media's coordinated editorial attack on the issue of open records and concealed handgun licenses. Dispatch editorial commentary appears in black font, with Buckeye Firearms Association's Chad Baus responding in scarlet . August 21, 2006 Columbus Dispatch The law that allows Ohioans to carry concealed weapons was supposed to...

LTE: Useless gun law wasn't applied to Clarett

Buckeye Firearms Association volunteer John Litle spreads a little common sense with readers of the Columbus Dispatch... August 20, 2006 Columbus Dispatch I have been following with great interest The Dispatch's coverage of Maurice Clarett's ongoing troubles. From his descent into criminality through his most recent arrest, The Dispatch has noted criminal charge after criminal charge against the...

Mary Taylor - endorsee for Auditor of State

Mary Taylor has served four years in the Ohio House of Representatives. Her record, both in terms of votes and behind the scenes support is impeccable. She is endorsed by Buckeye Firearms for Auditor of the State of Ohio. If elected, Mary Taylor would be the first CPA to serve as Auditor of State in Ohio. While the office of Auditor has little to do with firearms, it’s important to understand...

Terminally ill youth get hunting wish

By Larry S. Moore The Statesman Journal our of Salem, Oregon has published a great story about a non-profit group called Hunt of a Lifetime: After hearing testimony that was emotional, even tearful, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission on Friday approved issuing up to 25 free hunting tags to be used by terminally ill youngsters. Danny Benson of Klamath Falls, the Oregon ambassador for the non-...

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