Whoever wins, ''sportsmen...have scored a victory''

Ohio's two major party gubernatorial candidates made another stop on the "guns to governor" campaign trail Tuesday, appearing together for the second time in three days to talk firearms rights. The location for Tuesday's event was the Goodyear Hunting and Fishing Club on the southeast edge of Akron, at a candidates' night sponsored by the Ohio Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs. Click on 'Read More...

Pro-Gun Punditry: Wednesday's Buckeye State Roundabout

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 worthy of mention. What follows is our review of headlines from around the state though a pro-gun rights lens. From cowboy action shooting to a school shooting in Montreal, these articles should be a part of your required reading! Click...

Two Senate races where pro-gun voters can make a difference!

The Columbus Dispatch is reporting on a number of Ohio Senate races in which Democrat-released poll numbers suggest incumbent Republicans are facing tough re-election contests. In one case, this is good news for gun owners, and in the other, an incumbent loss would be a set-back. In both races, the need for pro-gun volunteers is clear. Click on 'Read More' for complete details. From the story:...

AP: Candidates push for sportsmen's votes

On Saturday, September 16, representatives for Buckeye Firearms Association attended the annual U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance banquet. Many candidates and elected officials were on hand, including U.S. Representative candidate for the 18th district Joy Padgett; U.S. Representative candidate of the 6th District Charlie Wilson; Ohio Attorney General candidate Marc Dann; Ohio Treasurer candidate Richard...

The Uninvited Ombudsman Report – No. 14

Taken from this week’s “Page Nine” Alan Korwin’s “The uninvited Ombudsman Report” The lamestream media told you: Two police officers in Scottsdale, in an incident typical of many occurring regularly around the nation, shot and killed a suspect who had pointed a gun and threatened to murder them. "Both are on administrative leave, a routine move in shooting cases," according to the reporters...

Violent Crime Rising......or is it?

By Tim Inwood "Murders, gun crimes rise - A federal report confirms increases in U.S. homicides and violence with firearms." - recent headline in the LA Times. From the story, commenting on the FBI preliminary crime report... "This report tells us more the serious events - robbery and gun crimes - increased and the FBI already told us homicides increased," said criminal justice professor James...

EDITORIAL: Gun control - The great deception

Toronto Sun September 15, 2006 The gun registry didn’t stop Kimveer Gill from carrying out his shooting spree at Montreal’s Dawson College. The three weapons he used were all legally registered, according to sources. And even if they hadn’t been, so what? All that would have shown is that criminals don’t usually register their guns. The real issue here — despite calls from all the usual suspects...

Buckeye Firearms Assoc. endorsee Joy Padgett wins special primary

The Associated Press is reporting that three-time Buckeye Firearms Association endorsee Joy Padgett defeated her four opponents in the special Republican primary election held today in the 18th congressional district. href="http://www.senate.state.oh.us/senators/bios/graphics/s_20_large.jpg"> src="http://www.senate.state.oh.us/senators/bios/graphics/s_20_small.jpg" height=143 width=109 border=...

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