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Gun News Roundup - May 15, 2020

Fighting for our Second Amendment rights starts with being informed. Here's a quick roundup of important stories in the news recently: COVID-19: Threat to Second Amendment Ordering Fast Food and Buying Firearms: Despite What the Anti’s Claim, The Two Do Not Equate! CT gun rights group sues Lamont over halted fingerprinting for gun permits Mexican Government Demanding Answers About 'Fast and...

Clinton and Biden Join Forces to Infringe Your Rights

Despite ongoing speculation as to whether a deteriorating Joe Biden will even be the Democratic Party's 2020 presidential nominee, on April 28 failed 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton endorsed the former vice president's White House bid. The endorsement took place during a socially distant "Women's Town Hall," where the lifelong politicians focused almost entirely on the COVID-...

A History of Self-Defense Shootings in Times of Widespread Emergency

Chatter around the cracker barrel or on the Internet indicates many people believe that in times of such disaster, law is somehow suspended just because the cops can’t be there. Nothing is further from the truth. The rules governing justifiable deadly force are the same. History shows that such situations in this country will inevitably run their course and society will rebuild. Police will...

Politifact Propagandists Continue to Fight Joe Biden's Battles

In evidence law there is a concept known a statement against interest. Evidence is given further weight (an exemption to the rule against hearsay) if it consists of a statement made by a person that is against the person’s own self-interest. The logic behind the concept is that the person does not have an incentive to say something that is counter to their own self-interest unless it true. The...

High Court Punts Second Amendment Challenge, But Eyes More Cases

The U.S. Supreme Court [has taken] another pass on deciding a case that could have helped to clarify proper Second Amendment analysis and bring defiant lower courts into line. An unsigned opinion issued on April 27 remanded the NRA-backed case of New York State Rifle and Pistol Association, Inc. v. City of New York (NYSRPA v. NYC) to the lower courts without addressing whether the regulations...

Pro-Gun Senators Urge Regulators to Protect Firearm Businesses from Discrimination

Recently, Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) and 18 of his pro-gun colleagues in the U.S. Senate called upon the U.S. Treasury, Federal Reserve, and Small Business Administration (SBA) to protect law-abiding firearm businesses against political discrimination from banks and other financial institutions that administer the recently-enacted COVID-19 SBA loan programs. In a letter dated April 28th, the...

Gun News Roundup - May 8, 2020

Fighting for our Second Amendment rights starts with being informed. Here's a quick roundup of important stories in the news recently: Below The Radar: Restoring The Armed Career Criminal Act Gun sales soar in Ohio during coronavirus pandemic Oh Canada… Your Prime Minister Banned Your Guns WATCH: How To Get Started In Competitive Shooting How gun control advocates plan to make Texas a top...

Report: Gun sales soar in Ohio during coronavirus pandemic

Personal safety concerns triggered by the pandemic have made nationwide gun sales explode, and Cleveland.com is reporting that many gun dealers in Northeast Ohio say business is so busy they’ve had trouble maintaining inventory. From the article: At Summit Armory in Bath Township, owner Tim Ostrander reports business in his four-year-old store has hit “record levels.” Not even five months into...

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