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America doesn’t actually lead the world in mass shootings
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Of the 86 countries where we have identified mass public shootings, the US ranks 56th per capita in its rate of attacks and 61st in mass public shooting murder rate. Norway, Finland, Switzerland and Russia all have at least 45 percent higher rates of murder from mass public shootings than the United States.
 

If we want gun safety in America, Brett Kavanaugh will not help us
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Unlike some other constitutional questions, we do not have to guess how Judge Kavanaugh would approach challenges to gun regulations, because he laid out his views in a dissenting opinion in a 2011 case known as Heller II. Those views are outside the mainstream of judicial thought about the Second Amendment. If they prevail on the Supreme Court, they threaten to invalidate a wide range of some of the most important and effective gun safety regulations at the federal, state, and local levels.
 

ACLU stands with NRA in support of First Amendment
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One of the oddest alliances of late is between the right-leaning National Rifle Association and the left-leaning American Civil Liberties Union. The civil liberties group is defending the gun-rights group against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s attempts to use the power of the state to put the NRA out of business.

Last year, New York’s Department of Financial Services—NYDFS— launched an investigation of Lockport, an insurance company that handled the NRA’s personal liability insurance. The state fined the company $7 million, claiming the policies violated state laws. Lockport quickly cut off all business with the NRA, as did insurers Chubb and Lloyd’s.
 

CO: Are You Ready to Rally for our Rights in Colorado Springs?? We Are!
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We've held six rallies around Colorado to date, and people have been asking us to host one in Colorado Springs – so we're making it happen! Working with some local organizers in the area, we're excited to bring you “Rally for our Rights – Colorado Springs: A demonstration in support of the right to keep and bear arms!”

Saturday, September 1st – 1 to 4 pm – WASSON PARK in Colorado Springs, CO. If you need an address for GPS reasons, use 2798 Constitution Ave, Colorado Springs, Colorado. This is the address of the park and we will be meeting on the Wasson Park corner of Constitution Ave and N Circle Dr.
 

Principal Photography of “Good Guys With Guns” Show is Finally Complete
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As of 22 August 2018, principal photography for GOOD GUYS WITH GUNS was completed. That’s 3 months earlier than normal – but now we have to edit the show.

The “show” consists of 17 incredible interviews (3 more than originally planned), culminating in Dr. Peter Breggin’s interview on Saturday, 18 August 2018. Thus the full complement of experts we now have in GOOD GUYS WITH GUNS – How an Armed Citizenry Deters Tyranny and Atrocities are as follows:
 

OR: Oregon Teen Shoots Down Discriminatory Walmart Gun Policy
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In what might come as a shock to the legacy press, it turns out there are plenty of young people who value their Second Amendment rights and are willing to fight for them. Case in point: 18-year-old Hannah Brumbles of Deer Island, Ore. Last week, the Beaver State’s Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) ruled in the young woman’s favor after she challenged a Walmart policy that denied shotgun and rifle sales to young adults ages 18 to 20.
 

Blumenthal, Murphy Seek Delay Of Confirmation Hearing For Trump's Supreme Court Pick
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“Kavanaugh is a Second Amendment radical,’’ Murphy said. “He likely believes that Congress can pass virtually no laws, that state legislatures can pass virtually no laws regulating firearms. … If that’s the case, then Connecticut’s background checks laws, our assault weapons ban, our permitting laws may be invalidated by this court.’’
 

MS: Sales tax holiday is off with a bang
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Lonnie Keller expects gun sales to hit the bullseye this weekend as shoppers take advantage of the Second Amendment Sales Tax Holiday.

Keller’s son, Mike Keller, opened Wesson Arms Company on Hwy. 51 about five months ago. The helpful dad was assisting customers and manning the phones Friday in the first of the three-day statewide holiday that was passed by lawmakers in 2014. The tax holiday began at 12:01 a.m. Friday and gives shoppers a 60-hour window to buy guns, ammo and accessories free of Mississippi’s 7 percent sales tax.
 

CA: Californians could buy no more than one long gun a month under bill sent to Gov. Jerry Brown
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Californians would be barred from buying more than one rifle or shotgun in any 30-day period under a bill approved Thursday by state lawmakers and sent to the governor as part of a raft of gun-control bills in response to recent mass shootings.
 

FL: In Wake of Jacksonville Shooting, “News” Outlet Recycles Article Calling for Firearm Confiscation
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Their standard procedure is: immediately misreport basic facts of the incident; unleash the indignation of antigun politicians and celebrities on social media; condemn the NRA and anyone else who offers thoughts and prayers while awaiting reliable information; demand the same types of gun controls that failed to prevent the incident; insist that the gun debate has reached a turning point; and abruptly stop talking about the incident when emotions cool and facts emerge that show how existing gun controls failed.
 

‘Supergirl’ to Continue ‘Progressive’ Agenda on Immigration and Guns
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“'Supergirl' to Revisit Gun Control Debate in Season 4,” Comicbook.com reported Tuesday. They were reporting on a BamSmackPow interview at last month’s Comic-Con with actress Chyler Lee, who plays the Girl of Steel’s adoptive sister and new head of the government’s top secret Department of Extraterrestrial Operations.
 

WV: Attorney General's office affirms conceal carry recognition
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The Attorney General's office announced that they have affirmed concealed carry recognition with six states.

The Attorney General's office is communicating with each state on a yearly basis to ensure that recognition of West Virginia's concealed handgun carry permit is recognized across state lines.

“This ensures convenience in travel and peace of mind for West Virginia license holders choosing to exercise their Second Amendment rights,” Attorney General Morrisey said. “Preserving this recognition is a victory for gun owners. We hope it remains intact for many years to come.”
 

Viridian Introduces New X Series Gen 3 with Camera to Consumer Market
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Viridian Weapon Technologies has expanded its popular X Series Gen 3 product line to deliver even more robust features with the addition of a full-HD digital camera and microphone. The new X Series Gen 3 with Camera product line creates an entirely new category for personal protection, training and recreational/competitive shooting. The first two products from the lineup—X5L Gen 3 Green Laser with Camera and XTL Gen 3 Taclight with Camera—have begun shipping and are now available for purchase online and at select retailers.
 

Will the Senate Turn Blue?
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The fate of our freedom hangs in the balance in this November’s elections for the U.S. Senate. The good news is that gun owners can once again make the difference in the fight for our rights. The bad news is that if we don’t—if we just sit on the sidelines and leave the battle to others—we will lose our rights for generations to come.

If any gun owners question the importance of having a pro-gun majority in the U.S. Senate, one need only consider that Justice Neil Gorsuch now sits on the Supreme Court and anti-gun Judge Merrick Garland does not. Without a doubt, the long-term impact of a pro-freedom Supreme Court cannot be overemphasized.
 

MS: Tax-free Second Amendment weekend in Mississippi
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Hunters looking to stock up and save are in luck this weekend.
But some folks would like to see the state's other tax free weekend expanded.

This is the fifth year for the Second Amendment Sales Tax Holiday.
And it was just a month ago that shoppers were able to get rung up tax-free on other items.

There are some significant differences between the two weekends.
 

IN: Bump stock ban needed
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The Second Amendment to the Bill of Rights prevents the government from infringing on the right to bear arms, therefore, it is unlikely it will ever be eliminated. The main reason there are mass killings is the attachments such as the “bump” on a rifle and clips that hold 30 or more bullets.

The elimination of the “bump” and restricting handguns and rifles to a maximum six bullet magazine (or shotguns to three bullets for hunting fowl) will prevent the carnage that occurs in mass shootings.
 

CA: California Legislators Pass Bill Expanding Gun-Confiscation Law
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California lawmakers passed a bill on Tuesday that would empower school personnel and co-workers to petition a court to temporarily take away firearms in the possession of someone they believe to be a danger to themselves or others.

The bill expands an existing gun-confiscation law, which currently restricts those who can petition the court for a gun violence restraining order to roommates, law enforcement, and immediate family members of the the individual in question.

The bill, which passed 25–12, now requires Governor Jerry Brown’s signature, which is not guaranteed, as he vetoed a similar proposal in 2016.
 

AZ: State legislative candidates offer sharp contrast
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“I’m talking to people who have never seen a candidate in their neighborhood. Lots of folks don’t even know who Bob Thorpe is — because he’s never been there. One voter said he was a conservative and was very upset about the Second Amendment. And I said, ‘When’s the last time you’ve seen one of your candidates here?’ And he said, ‘Let me see your flier again.’ And he’ll think about it. I see them in the streets. I see a military decal — I can engage them as a veteran, as a health care provider. I think we can elect a Democratic House for the first time in decades. We can do it, but we have to do it collectively,” she said at one Payson campaign event.
 

SC: Fired up residents question Berkeley Council about selective shooting ordinance
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Some Berkeley County residents are up in arms over a firearms ordinance they said County Council members passed earlier this month without them knowing. But council members have refuted the argument.

The ordinance makes it illegal to discharge firearms—BB and airsoft-style guns exempt—in Berkeley County Club Estates and nearby Barons Retreat subdivision. Both residential areas are located in Council Vice Chairman Jack Schurlknight’s territory, District 6.
 

TX: Trump to headline rally for Cruz
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President Donald Trump says he'll ride to the rescue of one-time bitter rival Sen. Ted Cruz this fall, the strongest indication yet that the Texas conservative firebrand is getting nervous about his challenger, a liberal darling with a growing national profile.

Trump tweeted Friday that he will headline “a major rally” for Cruz in October and is “picking the biggest stadium in Texas we can find.” He added, “Ted has my complete and total Endorsement,” and called Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke “a disaster for Texas – weak on Second Amendment, Crime, Borders, Military, and Vets!”
 

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