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Buckeye Firearms Foundation President Jim Irvine responds to CBS Evening News coverage of FASTER Saves Lives program

CBS Evening News attended a level II FASTER Saves Lives class this summer. Their story aired September 19, 2017 and is available on the web here . The report contains footage of training and interviews with school staff that participated. It also includes discussion with Abby Clements, a teacher from Newtown fighting to keep guns out of schools. From the story: "Never in a million years would I...

2017 CCRKBA Grassroots Organization of the Year Award goes to Buckeye Firearms Association

For the third time, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms has honored Buckeye Firearms Association (BFA) with its coveted Grassroots Organization of the Year Award "in recognition of the tireless hard work and dedication to the preservation of the individual right to keep and bear arms by its members.” CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb presented the award at the 32nd Gun Rights...

Melissa Bachman headlines annual Sportsmen Alliance Ohio Rally

The Sportsmen's Alliance held the annual Ohio Rally at the Villa Milano Banquet Center in Columbus. Sportsmen and women from across Ohio flocked to the event anxious to see friends and, perhaps, win a gun or the grand prize shopping spree. Conspicuously absent from the event were the Division of Wildlife leadership at the Chief and Assist Chief level. Also absent were any officials from the...

Cincinnati prosecutor: Key Bank told hero cop who stopped robbery not to come back

Lost in the media frenzy that naturally followed the attack on concert-goers in Las Vegas was news that an off-duty police officer was banned from a Cincinnati Key Bank branch after heroically engaged a pair of would-be bank robbers. According to WCPO (CBS Cincinnati), the officer, Mount St. Joseph University Police Officer Carl Rauschenberger, was visiting the Key Bank on Springdale Road in...

Gun grabbers again seek to enslave Americans

There are many mysteries in this universe such as who was Jack the Ripper, who was D.B. Cooper, where is Jimmy Hoffa. Nothing is more boggling, however, than the leftist mindset. There are many well-educated leftists; yet, they remain willfully ignorant when it comes to the responsibility of living in a free society. Either that or they despise the idea of a free society. Neither option is...

Is Australian-style gun confiscation possible in the U.S.?

After high-profile shootings, gun control advocates and prominent political figures, including Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, often point to Australia's infamous “buyback” program as an example of what U.S. lawmakers should consider for a solution. They claim that since it worked there, it could work here. But could it work here? In other words … 1) Could it reduce murders? 2) Could it be...

Wa-Po Op-Ed: "I used to think gun control was the answer. My research told me otherwise."

Leah Libresco is a statistician and former newswriter at FiveThirtyEight, a data journalism site. She is the author of “Arriving at Amen.” Before I started researching gun deaths, gun-control policy used to frustrate me. I wished the National Rifle Association would stop blocking common-sense gun-control reforms such as banning assault weapons, restricting silencers, shrinking magazine sizes and...

Feinstein admits NO law would have stopped Las Vegas mass murderer

After each and every mass killing event, a common pattern emerges: Gun ban extremists immediately rush to politicize the event, hoping that emotions caused by the tragedy will generate demand for gun control that Americans are otherwise very unwilling to support. Gun rights advocates point out that none of the proposed gun control laws could have stopped the killer, and urge Americans to take a...

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