Self Defense Bill of Rights Part II

When did running away become a good idea? By Ken Hanson In Part One of my article on the Stand Your Ground laws being introduced across the country, I examined the most important part of these bills – returning the presumption of innocence to those who act in self-defense. If you did not read that article, it is highly suggested you go back and read it , as this article builds upon the prior...

An Evening at the Shooting Range with Jim Petro and Joy Padgett

Claire Marvin, Owner of NASR, and Rep. Jim Aslanides invite you to an event supporting Attorney General Jim Petro, Candidate for Governor Along with State Senator Joy Padgett, Candidate for Lt. Governor Wednesday, April 12th 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. The New Albany Shooting Range 10299 Johnstown Road New Albany, Ohio $25 per person Please make checks payable to "Petro for Governor", and send to: NASR...

FEC to leave alone Web political speech

March 28, 2006 Washington Times The Federal Election Commission voted 6-0 yesterday morning in favor of campaign-finance rules that will leave political speech on the Internet mostly unregulated. "It didn't take long to reach a decision," said FEC spokesman Ian Stirton. "All six members voted in favor." The rules approved by the FEC will give Web sites, blogs and e-mails the same exemption that...

Nebraska legislature approves Right to Carry

The NRA is reporting that the Nebraska legislature has passed Right to Carry legislation and Governor Heineman has pledged to sign it into law. Nebraska is poised to become the 48th State to have some form of Right to Carry. There are now 38 states that are shall issue, and Nebraska will be the 39th shall issue state. Buckeye Firearms Association wishes to offer our congratulations to our...

Senate's version of Castle Doctrine introduced as SB308

Senator Lynn Wachtmann (R-1) has introduced companion legislation to HB541, the castle doctrine legislation introduced in the House by Rep. Steve Buehrer. SB308 is an identical bill, and shows there is support in the Senate to pass this needed legislation. Senator Wachtmann is a long-time friend and advocate for Ohio gun owners. He is term-limited in the Senate, and Buckeye Firearms Assocation...

Legislative hearings held on two pro-gun bills this week

Hearings were held this week on two bills Buckeye Firearms is watching. Tuesday, HB541 had sponsor testimony in the House Criminal Justice Committee. This bill is often referred to as “Castle Doctrine” legislation, but is also known by “Stand your Ground”, “Victim Bill of Rights” and several other names. Its primary sponsor is Representative Steve Buehrer (R-74) Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary...

Op-Ed: Protecting gun rights vital to Alaskans

March 28, 2006 By Vic Kohring Twenty-Five years ago, on March 30, 1981, President Ronald Reagan was shot by a confused young man attempting to impress actress Jody Foster. Why murdering a president would impress Foster is one question apparently John Hinckley never asked himself. But Reagan not only forgave Hinckley, he never once brought up the issue of gun control. To we Alaskans, gun control...

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