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Trump endorses red flag laws
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Trump wavers on red flag laws and the Demecrats are ecstatic.
 

MI: Let’s really learn from mass shootings so we can stop them
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Really thinking about what we read so often in the wake of mass killings is the only way we Americans can find a way to curb them.

Taking the easy way out by concluding, as presidential candidate Joe Biden apparently has, that outlawing so-called “assault rifles” will do the trick, is fooling ourselves. For one thing, the majority of mass murders are committed with pistols, not rifles of any kind.

What comes out within hours or days of most killings such as those in Dayton and El Paso is that the murderers showed signs of homicidal tendencies long before they acted upon them.

Before police shot him to death Saturday, a 24-year-old man killed nine people and wounded 14 others in Dayton. His attack came as no surprise to some people.
 

MI: Bankole: Take decisive action on gun control
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The national conversation that followed the tragedy in El Paso, where a coward drinking from the bitter cup of xenophobia and racism killed 22 people in that Hispanic town, and in Dayton, where a seemingly deranged man took nine lives, is that we are basically at a point of helplessness.

Yet what we need right now is the will to finally put an end to the cycle of mass murder in this nation that we were painfully reminded of in last weekend’s massacres.

We need to stop praying and take decisive action now.

We can begin by pushing for prudent gun control laws that would make it extremely difficult for madmen to take any more lives, including white nationalists.

 

Breaking: Popular Blog ‘No Lawyers, Only Guns..’ Locked; Appeal Filed
Submitted by: Goosie James
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

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Veteran gun rights blogger John Richardson’s “No Lawyers, Only Guns and Money” blog was locked Wednesday by Blogger for allegedly “promoting or selling ‘regulated’ item.” Richardson told Liberty Park Press via private email that he immediately appealed. Wednesday morning, he posted this message at a popular Facebook site “Friends Who Went to Gun Rights Policy Conference”.

 

Judge Andrew Napolitano: Second Amendment bars many gun restrictions being proposed after mass shootings
Submitted by: Goosie James
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

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Last weekend's mass murders in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, have produced a flood of words about everything from gun control to mental illness to white nationalism. Most of those words have addressed the right to keep and bear arms as if it were a gift from the government. It isn't.

The Supreme Court has twice ruled in the past 11 years that the right to keep and bear arms is an individual pre-political liberty. That is the highest category of liberty recognized in the law. It is akin to the freedoms of thought, speech and personality.
 

It’s Time to Repeal—and Replace—the Second Amendment
Submitted by: Goosie James
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

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Somewhere in West Virginia, or at a cocktail party of the New York Times editorial board, a conservative Democrat or “NeverTrump” Republican is looking at this article’s headline and thinking, “Oh no! Don’t say that. That’s exactly what the Trump people want you to say!” It has become an axiomatic feature of political gravity that we cannot have a frontal and honest conversation about the Second Amendment because it will whip ammo-sexuals into a frenzy and cause them to vote Republican.
 

MN: Your questions about gun control in Minnesota, answered
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Two recent shootings in Texas and Ohio prompted Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz to put the pressure on lawmakers to take action on stalled gun legislation prior to next year’s session. Here are a few answers to several questions we’ve received from Minnesotans about the process of passing new legislation and where gun control currently stands in the state.
 

Christopher Grant, El Paso Shooting Survivor, Shows America What A True Man Looks Like
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Right now, Americans across the country are looking at the extreme evil that emanated out of the El Paso shooter, which led to the death of at least 22 innocent civilians, and wondering how we as a nation can move on and improve from the tragedy. "How could somebody be so evil?," many question.
 

2015: Donald Trump Campaigned Against ‘Expanding a Broken System’ of Gun Background Checks
Submitted by: Goosie James
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Here is the background checks section:

Every time a person buys a gun from a federally licensed gun dealer – which is the overwhelming majority of all gun purchases – they go through a federal background check. Too many states are failing to put criminal and mental health records into the system – and it should go without saying that a system’s only going to be as effective as the records that are put into it. What we need to do is fix the system we have and make it work as intended. What we don’t need to do is expand a broken system.
 

Philly archbishop: 'Only a fool' would believe gun control will solve mass violence
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The Roman Catholic archbishop of Philadelphia penned an op-ed earlier this week arguing that legislative measures will not solve the underlying problems that lead to mass violence. Charles J. Chaput, who was the archbishop of Denver during the 1998 Columbine massacre, opened his article by reiterating what he said in testimony before the U.S. Senate in the wake of that shooting. "The real problem [of Columbine-like violence in our culture] is in here, in us," he asserted, going on to explain how American culture has increasingly glorified violence and selfishness.
 

Red Flag Law Concerns & Considerations
Submitted by: Goosie James
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Red flag laws – and my open letter to our elected representatives. This is what I sent to mine, feel free to add, subtract, modify, and send to yours. As a gun owner and an active 2A advocate, let me start by stating that I am not in favor of red flag laws being invoked across the country. But I am a realist. They are coming. Our elected officials are being driven into a position – some call it between a rock and a hard place – where they will be forced to do something, even if it’s wrong, even if it does nothing to solve the issue at hand.
 

Is Mass Murder a Fault or a Feature of Gun-Control?
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We had three mass murders here in the US during the last two weeks. Are these failures of gun-control accidental, or are these mass murders useful tools for Democrat politicians and the mass media?

With the failure of 22 thousand firearms regulations, the best the gun-control politicians could do was say the next line of ink on paper would somehow be different.
 

MI: Oakland County firearms auction canceled
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Oakland County officials have canceled a firearms auction that was scheduled for this weekend.vThe cancellation comes in the wake of mass shootings in Ohio and Texas that killed 31 people.
 

AOC: People Have No Choice But to Violently Riot
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Does this mean that when she and her ilk attempt their mass confiscation of our firearms, that we, who would not become serfs to, or victims of, an all-powerful, dictatorial and oppressive government will also have "no choice but to" violently defend our Right to the arms appropriate for defense of our freedom from that government? I sincerely doubt that she does, as ONLY those who support her goals for a socialist state have, in her mind, any business even existing.
 

NV: Nevada set to enact 'Red Flag' gun legislation in January
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As lawmakers across the country consider so-called "Red Flag" gun legislation, Nevada has its own version that goes into effect in January. AB 291 passed the legislature this year. It was authored by Assemblywoman Sandra Jauregui, a survivor of the One October mass shooting.
 

FL: This bill would allow family members to bring up red flags to revoke gun rights
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Right now in Florida, only law enforcement or mental health workers can get someone before a judge to revoke their gun rights. More than 1,600 people had their rights to own a gun suspended in Florida since the red flag law passed last year.
A new bill being introduced would allow family members to get their loved ones with signs of mental health problems in front of a judge.
 

After Shootings, 2020 Democrats Race Further To The Left On Gun Confiscation
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2020 Democratic White House hopefuls were quick to call for new gun laws this week in the aftermath of back-to-back shootings in Ohio and Texas over the weekend that left 31 dead. Several candidates, including current front-runner Joe Biden, have called for Australian-style gun buyback programs where owners of firearms would sell back their weapons to the government at government-determined prices.
 

How Moon Phases Will Impact Deer Hunting During the Rut this Season
Submitted by: Goosie James
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Multiple scientific studies of whitetail deer have established historical rut activity charts that illustrate one important fact: In any given year, from North Carolina to Kansas to western Canada, 90 percent of all adult does will come into estrous and be bred from approximately November 5 to 20, regardless of moon phase, weather, or other environmental conditions. It’s been that way for decades and will continue to be that way. So, if you take off work any time from Halloween through Thanksgiving, you’ll be hunting some phase of the rut.
 

AK: Man walking his dog finds loaded AR-15 on Campbell Creek Trail
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A man walking his dog on the Campbell Creek Trail stumbled across an unusual sight Tuesday morning: a loaded AR-15.

William Thrash said he was walking near Taku Lake, east of C Street and north of Dimond Boulevard, when he spotted the semi-automatic rifle in the grass a few feet off the bike path.

“My first thought was, ‘Is this a real one or is it fake?’” Thrash said.

It was real ⁠— when Thrash pulled out the magazine, he found bullets inside. A round was loaded into the chamber, he said.

After calling police, Thrash posted a video of the rifle to Facebook “just to let people know,” he said, citing Monday’s police shooting in Dave Rose Park and recent mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.
 

When Smart Tactics Won an Election & Saved the Second Amendment
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In discussing the immediate aftermath of the El Paso, I noted that Second Amendment supporters needed to come up with solutions. The reason is simple: As viscerally satisfying as saying, “Second Amendment, screw you” to the anti-Second Amendment extremists is, it will simply backfire, and help Bloomberg by turning a bunch of freaked-out soccer moms into activists for their agenda with the assistance of the media. All because we’re not keeping in mind how we come across to our fellow Americans.
 

Steve Kerr blasts government's 'gutless leadership' after string of mass shootings, fears practice shooting
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Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr reacted Monday to the recent string of mass shootings across the United States that occurred in California, Texas and Ohio. Kerr, an outspoken supporter of tighter gun-control measures and an ardent critic of President Trump and his administration, spoke to the San Jose Mercury-News about his frustration with the government and lawmakers.
 

MT: After breaking Pan American air rifle record, Belgrade’s Weisz sets eyes on Olympics
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Ali Weisz vividly remembers, as a 9-year-old, walking through the halls of Belgrade Intermediate School when a flier caught her eye.

She saw signup information for the Gallatin Valley Sharpshooters, a local 4-H shooting club. One practice later, Weisz was hooked.

Competitions around the world later, the Belgrade native is just one step away from competing in the Olympics.

“It is really incredible to think that all it took was a flier in elementary school at 9 years old that made me kind of interested,” Weisz said. “Walked down there, showed up, and just fell in love with the sport. All it took was one person to say, ‘Hey, you have some natural talent with this and you can go really far with it. You should stick with it.’”
 

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