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A World With Persons but Without Guns or the Death Penalty
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Over the last year, like many other people in the USA and the rest of the world, I was appalled by the riots in Ferguson and Baltimore, by the Charleston Church shooting, by the death sentence in the Boston Marathon bomber case, and also by the opinion, expressed by the Governor of South Carolina, that the morally right response to the Charleston Church shooting is the death penalty for the killer.
 

Know the Right to Protect Your Home While Bearing Arms
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Castle Doctrine. It sounds medieval but it's the West Virginia law that protects gun owners who use their weapon on an intruder. 13 News spoke with a local firearms instructor Kristie Whisner about protecting yourself at home. She is the founder of Simply Safe Group, a business dedicated to self-defense and firearm safety.
 

Court: Wisconsin man can legally possess switchblade in home
Submitted by: David Williamson
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An Appleton man can legally possess a switchblade in his home, a state appeals court ruled Tuesday. The decision didn’t address whether the state’s switchblade ban is broadly unconstitutional, however.
 

The Math Behind Guns in Hunting Season
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Several years ago, just before the opening of deer season, I wrote a column inspired by a pair of local women who had concerns for their safety during deer season.

The sporadic gunfire made them wary of walking outdoors during the firearms season.
 

Obama's Predictable Reaction to Colorado Springs: More Gun Control
Submitted by: David Williamson
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As predictable as rain in the Pacific Northwest, President Barack Obama is using yesterday’s attack on a Planned Parenthood facility in Colorado to push for tougher gun control laws, specifically pointing to so-called “assault weapons,” according to USA Today.
 

Police: Replica guns can lead to close calls, lives lost
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In August 2012, police responded to a call for a 15-year-old boy armed with a handgun and threatening to hurt himself and others in his Pearl Hill Road home.

The six responding officers were able to calm the situation, and though they were positioned outside the home with pepper spray and ballistic shields, they did not need to use them.
 

Kelly: How an idea for safer guns lost its way
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It seemed like such a great idea at the time.

A nationally respected engineering university in downtown Newark set out to design a safer gun with high-tech electronic locks to prevent it from being fired by a thief or a child who found it accidentally. In Trenton, the governor even signed a law ordering New Jersey’s firearms dealers to sell only so-called smart guns once the first one hit the market.
 

Guns Record for Chris Christie Could be Trouble in New Hampshire
Submitted by: David Williamson
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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie one of the Republican presidential candidates is betting his viability for the presidency on the state of New Hampshire.
 

The NRA Is Getting Its Ass Kicked and Heres the Proof
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The National Rifle Association is getting its clocked cleaned.

I know, you need to see that again. So to repeat, and in layman terms: The NRA has been losing a lot lately.
 

FL: After Citrus Park Mall shooting, Tampa Woman Gets Concealed Weapons License
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A trip to the mall turned into the scare of a lifetime for Heather Barber and her mother on Monday night and now Barber tells News Channel 8 she is not taking any more chances.
 

Equalize Registry of Guns and Drones: Advisory Board
Submitted by: David Williamson
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I find it interesting that a few weeks ago, federal regulators said they would require recreational drone users to register their aircrafts. This was an attempt to crack down on irresponsible pilots who are creating safety threats to the flying public.
 

PA: Deer Season Opens Monday, 750,000 Hunters Expected
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The traditional after-Thanksgiving deer hunting season begins Monday, when statewide, 750,000 orange-clad hunters head to state game lands, big woods country and small local woodlots in search of a big buck and some venison for the freezer.

The statewide general firearms season runs from Nov. 30 to Dec. 12.
 

Our View: Changes in Ohio Law could Increase Gun Risk
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Ohio House of Representatives, in the name of Second Amendment rights, continues to chip away at the limited restrictions on concealed-carry gun laws. Its approval of House Bill 48 now could open the door for individuals with gun licenses to carry weapons into day care centers, airports and police stations.
 

OH: Blue Rock Deer Sight-In Event Kicks off Hunting Season
Submitted by: David Williamson
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With hunting season beginning Monday, hunters are taking advantage of the deer sight-in event at Zanesville Rifle Club this weekend.

The deer sight-in happens every year when the club range in Blue Rock State Forest is open to the public for free to give hunters a chance to make sure their guns are sighted correctly and in good working order before the gun season starts.
 

Ex-W. Virginia Deputy's Embezzlement Conviction Overturned
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A judge has overturned the embezzlement conviction of a former Berkeley County deputy.
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ME: Hunting: With Deer Season in The Homestretch, it’s Time to Take a Powder
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Maine’s muzzleloader season, which begins Monday, offers unsuccessful deer hunters one last chance at securing some venison. While some folks, unexpectedly finding themselves with an unfilled tag, will be dashing off to the local sporting goods store in search of a new front-end loader and all the truck that goes with it, the slightly more prepared ones will be dusting their as yet unused smoke pole and rifling through drawers for the various and sundry components.
 

Hunting in Tennessee: 3 Things to Know About Urban Deer Hunting in Cities and Suburbs
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency (TWRA) focuses on maintaining doe harvest numbers as a means of controlling deer herd propagation. The largest focus of such management is the western and central regions of Tennessee, where the Mississippi River Bottomlands and Great Basin ecosystems offer the richest resource saturation for herds, and the least probability of natural predation
 

TX: Man Killed During Argument Outside Sunnyside Apartment
Submitted by: David Williamson
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One man was killed late Saturday night after a shooting that stemmed from an argument outside a Sunnyside apartment complex
 

IA: Cache & Carry
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Five years ago, a change in Iowa's law created a surge in permits to carry weapons. Sheriff's departments now brace for renewals.
 

Kansas olleges Prepare for Gun-Toting Students
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As Kansas moves toward a time when guns will be as welcome on university campuses as laptops, students are starting to take notice and talk about how they’ll handle that day when it comes.
For many, it’s no big deal. For students who grew up in a largely rural state, surrounded by guns, having the student at the next desk carrying one in pocket or purse doesn’t feel particularly unfamiliar or uncomfortable.
Others are predicting disaster when any student or employee over 21 can carry concealed on campus, without a permit or training in how and when to deploy a deadly weapon.
 

OK: Man Shoots Suspect Carrying a Crowbar in Self-Defense at Midtown Tulsa Burger King
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Police say a man was shot Sunday evening during an attempted armed robbery at a Burger King in midtown Tulsa.
 

Hillary Slams Republicans on Guns, Abortion After Planned Parenthood Attack
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton late Sunday launched a multi-pronged assault on Republicans following the shootings at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, Colo., calling for more stringent gun control and heightened protections for abortion rights.
 

Deputies Try “Less Lethal” Guns
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Arizona’s Pinal County Sheriff’s Office is about to become the first law enforcement agency in the nation to deploy a new weapon with the hopes of preventing police involved shooting deaths.

In addition to traditional handguns and Tasers, the sheriff’s office is adding a third weapon to its deputies’ duty belts, a “less-lethal” handgun that can be used as an alternative to real bullets.
 

On the trail of guns in Providence
Submitted by: David Williamson
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One day in February, a 10-year-old boy in Silver Lake found a gun in a dresser drawer in his cousin's bedroom. As he played around with the pistol, he fired a bullet into the television.

When police officers arrived at the house and asked questions, the 20-year-old cousin said he'd found the gun somewhere on Union Avenue and brought it home.

 

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