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MD: Fatal Shooting at Canton Liquor Store Ruled Justified, Police Say
Submitted by: David Williamson
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City prosecutors have ruled a fatal shooting at House of Spirits liquor store in Canton was justified and made in self-defense, Baltimore police announced Tuesday. When two gunmen tried to hold up the family-owned liquor store in the 2300 block of Fleet St. on Jan. 12, a cashier shot one of the would-be robbers, according to police. The suspect fled the shop and collapsed on the 500 block of Collington Ave. He was taken to an area hospital where he later died, police said.
 

Violence Erupts in Caracas; Guaido Calls for Military Uprising
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As violence erupted in the Venezuelan capitol of Caracas Tuesday—in a nation where there is no Second Amendment right for individual citizens to bear arms—what appears to be a full-scale uprising on the eve of “May Day” is unfolding, with opposition leader Juan Guaido calling for the military to oust President Nicolas Maduro.
 

Critical Thinking: Quotes on the Importance of Developing the Ability to Think Critically
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In the era of "fake news" and a seemingly endless number of digital distractions, it's easy to passively accept whatever is viral on social media or blindly trust the information from mainstream media. Doing so is dangerous because when we fail to think for ourselves, those in power can easily step in and claim to be the only moral solution (never let a good crisis go to waste, right?).
 

CA: Concealed Weapons Permits Increasing In San Diego County
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There were around 1,300 concealed weapons permits (CCW) issued in San Diego County in February of last year. Through this April that number has risen to more than 2,400 permits.
"To get a concealed carry permit you have to have good cause," said San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore. "We’re evaluating the good cause — we’ve expanded some of the categories and that’s why you see the increase."
 

Taurus Raging Hunter .44 Mag and .357 Mag Now Shipping to Dealers
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Taurus, manufacturer of quality handguns for hunting, self-defense, and competition, has announced that the award-winning Raging Hunter revolver is now shipping to dealers nationwide. Handgun models arriving at retailers just in time for the summer shoot-and-tune season include the Raging Hunter .44 Magnum and the new Raging Hunter .357 Magnum.
 

Kamala Harris Takes Heat For Packing Heat
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It is no easy task to figure which of the 20 Democratic presidential contenders is most favored by the party’s growing progressive wing. Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) are perhaps the two most acceptable candidates in the eyes of the extreme left. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) – who yet may emerge as a leading nominee for her party – is certainly not a progressive favorite. However, one particular attack on her suitability for the White House is of special interest in that it exposes the progressive desire to create a nation of subjects rather than of citizens with individual rights.
 

RI: More RI Cities, Towns to Consider 'Second Amendment Sanctuary Town' Resolutions
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Burrillville has started a trend. The Town Council voted last week to declare the town a Second Amendment Sanctuary Town and now its neighbors are taking up the cause. Glocester Council President George Steere told NBC 10 News his council will bring it up May 16. Hopkinton Council President Frank Landolfi said his town council will hear a resolution on May 6.
 

Defeating the Other Side’s Long Game
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Let’s face it, far too often, anti-Second Amendment extremists beat Second Amendment supporters in long-term planning. All too often, Second Amendment supporters are caught up in the short-term – battling each other over the minutiae of this bill or that primary election. Or when a case like Heller or McDonald is won, too many let up a little.
 

OK: Bill Seeking to Allow Concealed Carry Guns Heads to Oklahoma Governor
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Legislation sent to Gov. Kevin Stitt's desk allowing people to carry concealed weapons but not carry them openly is an "advancement," an Oklahoma gun advocate said. Don Spencer, president of the Oklahoma Second Amendment Association, said the bill he helped draft would permit hidden weapons in places like the Tulsa Zoo and Gathering Place, one of America's largest parks.
 

Federal Ammo Joins Golden Ring Of Freedom At NRA Annual Meetings
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It’s official: Federal Ammunition has joined the NRA Golden Ring of Freedom. The high honor was bestowed to Federal at the 148th NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits held in Indianapolis, IN, earlier this month. Membership in the NRA Golden Ring of Freedom is limited to those who have given cash gifts or assets to the NRA to the tune of $1 million—or more. The NRA Ring of Freedom is dedicated to building relationships with patriots seeking to secure the future of freedom. Its mission is to gather the resources required to help preserve the uniquely American liberties set forth by our Founding Fathers in the Second Amendment for the freedom to keep and bear arms.
 

LA: Louisiana House- Banks Shouldn't have Gun Control Policies
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Lawmakers in the Louisiana House have voted to prohibit banks from being able to refuse to do business with companies that are involved in gun and ammunition sales. The proposal by Republican Rep. Blake Miguez, of Erath, comes after Citigroup and Bank of America enacted firearm restriction policies for corporate customers. Miguez says such policies violate the Second Amendment rights of lawful gun and ammunition dealers and could limit their ability to maintain their businesses.
 

With Exxon, NRA Probes, New York's Democrats are Trying to Rule People who Never Got to Vote Against Them
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New York's new Democratic state attorney general, Letitia James, announced this week that she is launching an investigation into the finances of the National Rifle Association. The pretext for this probe is that some members have complained about the organization's financial health and management. But it’s just that, a pretext. This investigation is not arising as a result of new facts about the nation’s premier Second Amendment organization. Rather, it is the fulfillment of a political campaign promise that James made last July during a Democratic primary in which she needed to post up on the far left side of the field.
 

IL: 4 Killed, 14 Wounded in Chicago Weekend Shootings
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At least 18 people have been shot, two fatally, within city limits since Friday night. Stray shots struck and killed a 36-year-old woman Friday in Chicago Lawn. Candice Dickerson was in a cellphone store about 6:28 p.m. in the 5900 block of South Kedzie Avenue when someone fired shots, police said. She was pronounced dead at Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.
 

OH: DeWine Wants ‘Red Flag’ Legislation to Take Guns From Sangerous People
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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is hoping lawmakers will support his proposal to take guns away from anyone suspected of being a threat to themselves or others, the Columbus Dispatch reported. On Monday, DeWine said he has asked his team to work on a ‘red-flag” law that can pass the General Assembly. Lawmakers refused to move on measures proposed by former Gov. John Kasich to reduce gun violence, the Dispatch reported.
 

Criminals Often Carry Ineffectual Guns that are Broken, Unloaded, or Toys
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In Mount Clemens Michigan, on South Main Street, at the Mobil gas station, On 24 April 2019, at about 5:10 p.m., a criminal attempted to rob the store and assault a clerk. The suspect had a .22 revolver. The suspect pointed the revolver at the clerk and pulled the trigger, but the revolver failed to fire. The clerk responded with his 9 mm handgun. The Sheriff's office said the suspect was hit six times.


 

More Self-Defense Gun Stories
Submitted by: Robert Morse
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Responsible gun owners defended themselves, but you didn't hear it in the news. Instructor Ben Branam joins host Rob Morse to talk about four recent examples on the Self Defense Gun Stories podcast.

Are you armed at work and as you drive home? Can you protect your family and friends? These gun owners did.

Text and podcast available at the link. (23 minutes)
 

MSNBC Accidentally Makes Case for 2nd Amendment During Report on Venezuela
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Ooops! It's a safe bet that it wasn't the intent, but a Tuesday afternoon MSNBC report on the latest unrest in Venezuela made a very good case for why the Second Amendment, giving citizens the right to bear arms, is very important. It happened during a report by Kerry Sanders from Miami updating Andrea Mitchell on the latest news about the troubles in Venezuela.
 

NH: Senators consider 3 gun control bills
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New Hampshire lawmakers are considering significantly changing the state's gun laws, with three bills being debated in the Senate. Senate Republicans said the three bills being considered wouldn't curb gun violence, but supporters said new gun laws need to be enacted.


 

PA: Game Commission might reconsider Saturday deer hunting opener in 2020
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The opening day of deer rifle season will take place the Saturday after Thanksgiving. For now. Members of the Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners met last week with state House of Representatives Game and Fisheries Committee Majority Chairman Keith Gillespie, R-Hellam Township, and Minority Chairman Bill Kortz, D-Allegheny, to discuss the Saturday opener and its future in Pennsylvania.

 

NY: Spring turkey hunting season begins this week
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New York’s regular spring wild turkey hunting season kicks off Wednesday morning. The month-long season is the highlight for many hunters across the state. Shooting hours are from a half hour before sunrise until noon. The daily bag limit is one, bearded bird. Hunters are allowed two for the season, which ends May 31.

 

New .22 LR Guns for 2019
Submitted by: David Williamson
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For years, the firearm industry suffered under a drought of .22 LR ammunition, leading to long lines at sporting-goods stores, inflated prices and product rationing. While ammo manufacturers worked overtime to crank out these popular rimfire rounds, it seemed like the days of plentiful, cheap .22 LR were in the past. However, in 2019, .22 LR has been plentiful for a while now, and prices have come down from their all-time high a few years back. With a good supply to work with, manufacturers released several new .22 LR options for today's shooters. Take a look at these rifles and pistols below to see what strikes your interest.

 

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