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NV: Police: Family disturbance leads to self-defense shooting; shooter not expected to face charges
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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A family disturbance on the west side of the valley ended in a deadly shooting. It happened Tuesday night on Spur Court, near Alta Drive and Buffalo Drive.

Police say it appears the son in this incident was acting in self defense when he allegedly shot and killed his father.

This all started around 6 p.m. Tuesday night.

Police say the father attacked the son and took off.
 

WI: Kyle Rittenhouse charged in shooting deaths of 2, wounding of 1 during Kenosha unrest
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Rittenhouse was charged in August with multiple counts, including reckless and intentional homicide, endangerment and being a minor in possession of a firearm. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that prosecutors added violating curfew the night of the shootings to the list of charges on Dec. 28. The offense is a civil citation punishable by forfeiture.
 

AR: NRA-Backed Stand Your Ground Legislation Introduced in Arkansas
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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The National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action is pleased to announce the filing of NRA-backed legislation, Senate Bill 24, in Arkansas. This important piece of legislation would eliminate the duty to retreat for victims of a crime — if passed, a victim who is attacked will no longer be required by law to try and run away.

“Laws should favor victims — not criminals, as they do now. When crimes occur, victims have little time to decide the best course of action for survival. They should not be required to run away or face prosecution for defending themselves,” said Matt Herriman, NRA Arkansas state director.
 

OH: Gov. DeWine threatens to veto self-defense law as crime skyrockets in Ohio
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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This proposition should never be controversial, but liberals like Gov. Mike DeWine who side with the criminals are offended by the concept of self-defense.

Just before Christmas, the Republican-dominated state legislature made Ohio the 36th stand-your-ground state by removing the requirement that one be in their home or car in order to use deadly force against imminent danger of death or great bodily harm. The bill, SB 175, passed the Senate 18-11 and the House 52-31.
 

UT: This therapist has two master’s degrees and founded a nonprofit: Why she’s suing to try and get rid of her scarlet letter
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Vincent isn’t alone in her quest to own a gun again.

At least three others are petitioning the U.S. Supreme Court to hear their cases. One of them, Torres v. U.S., references a Utah law that makes it a felony for making an illicit recording in a movie theater on the second offense.

The high court has not agreed to take on those arguments, but the issue is of keen interest to newly appointed Justice Amy Coney Barrett.

In a dissenting opinion in a 7th Circuit Court of Appeals case, Barrett concluded that only people convicted of dangerous felonies should lose their right to keep and bear arms. She traced the history of the Second Amendment and the punishing of convicted felons to colonial times.
 

GA: Sen. Loeffler makes campaign visit to Savannah
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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It was a short but important visit for Senator Kelly Loeffler in Savannah on Wednesday.

“You know, Georgia has red clay not blue clay,” said Senator Kelly Loeffler while addressing the crowd.

In the roughly ten minutes she spent addressing the crowd, she covered a wide range of topics from school choice to the second amendment.

After addressing the crowd, the Senator took time to talk about some more current issues including President Trump’s recent tweets directly calling out Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger over the handling of the elections.

“The president is frustrated, I’m frustrated, the governor is frustrated,” said Senator Loeffler.
 

Top 10 Most Viewed Articles of 2020
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Providing Second Amendment news has been at the core of the Guns.com mission since the site launched back in 2011. While we have evolved into the leading marketplace for online gun sales, the core mission of delivering 2A news has remained the same. So it’s no surprise when we look at the top 10 articles published on Guns.com in 2020 that the majority are news.

We’ll never stop delivering news that supports and informs gun owners across America. Without further ado, here are the top 10 articles published on Guns.com in 2020.
 

Mossberg MC2c
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Mossberg, a well-known name for shotguns, moved into the semi-automatic pistol market last year with the MC1sc, a subcompact 9 mm. The MC1sc was a hit with concealed carriers, and a hard act to follow, but Mossberg has nonetheless one-upped themselves with the MC2c, a sharp-looking, compact, striker-fired 9 mm boasting some very thoughtful design details.
 

The Henry Lever-Action .410 Shotgun is No Slouch!
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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In 1996, when Louis Imperato and his son, Anthony Imperato founded Henry Repeating Arms to honor the Legacy of Benjamin Tyler Henry. Their goal, like that of Mr. Henry, was to produce quality lever-action rifles “Made in America and Priced Right”.

“Henry Repeating Arms takes its name from Benjamin Tyler Henry, the inventor who patented the first repeating rifle in 1860, known as the Henry rifle. There is no affiliation or lineage to Benjamin Tyler Henry or to the New Haven Arms Company, who sold the original Henry rifle from 1862 to 1864. Anthony Imperato secured the trademark to the Henry name in 1996.”
 

Murder Rate Rose by 37% in U.S. Cities In 2020
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Murders have skyrocketed this year, as local governments have become softer on crime. In the 57 major cities for which data is available, the murder rate is up an average of 36.7%. Murder went up in 51 cities, and down in only six cities. Murder is up 74.1% in Seattle, 72.3% in Minneapolis, 55.5% in Chicago, 54.1% in Boston, 39.2% in New York, 34.5% in St. Louis, and 30.4% in Los Angeles.

This huge rise in murder occurred as progressive prosecutors became softer on crime, parole became available to more murderers, and the death penalty stopped being used in most states.
 

Five types of gun laws the Founding Fathers loved
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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The Second Amendment is one of the most frequently cited provisions in the American Constitution, but also one of the most poorly understood.

The 27 words that constitute the Second Amendment seem to baffle modern Americans on both the left and right.
 

Shooting Illustrated 2021 Golden Bullseye and Pioneer Awards Announced
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Shooting Illustrated, the National Rifle Association’s Official Journal covering personal protection, is proud to announce the winners of its 2021 Golden Bullseye Awards. The awards are chosen by a committee of NRA Publications editors based on criteria that examines a product’s innovation, utility, reliability, outstanding performance and value to the consumer. All products reviewed by Shooting Illustrated in 2020 were eligible, and the winners were selected from the best of the best.
 

We are facing an unprecedented corporate tyranny in America
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Credit card companies began to deny service to people buying products leftists dislike, especially guns. In places in which leftists ran gun-sellers out of town, that made it impossible for residents to use the internet for their Second Amendment rights.

Glenn Greenwald, who values freedom and foolishly thought leftism was that path to freedom, understands this, which is why he wrote that "The Threat of Authoritarianism in the U.S. Is Very Real, and Has Nothing to Do with Trump." Instead, the real threat comes from "a few corporate monopolies."
 

Kyle Rittenhouse’s Mother, Lawyer, Turn To Alex Jones, InfoWars, To Claim Victimhood For Accused Shooter
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“They’re coming after Kyle Rittenhouse now and they’re gonna come after you next,” warns John Pierce, attorney to Kyle Rittenhouse, as he and Kyle’s mom, Wendy Rittenhouse, joining Alex Jones via Skype. “If this is not self-defense for Kyle Rittenhouse, there is no right to self-defense.”

Jones described as ‘persecution’ the refusal of online marketplaces to host Kyle’s merch. Washington Post has described these items as being emblazoned with the ‘Free Kyle’ logo, and “Self-defense is a right, not a privilege,” a quote attributed to the underaged shooter.
 

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