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Winners, Losers of 2017 Easily Separated After Trump’s First Year
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In a detailed look at Donald Trump’s first year in office – which Democrats and their media allies have persistently tried to tie in knots – veteran political writer Paul Bedard lays out a strong case in the Washington Examiner for putting the president clearly in the winner’s column.

Listing 81 accomplishments, from the economy and jobs to improving America’s trade position and national security, Bedard covers lots of ground. From all indications, according to Bedard’s narrative, the president is doing what he promised. He is making America great again, say supporters.
 

Gabby Giffords' Gun Group Sues Trump Administration Over for NRA-related Documents
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Former congresswoman Gabby Giffords’ gun group is suing the Trump administration for failing to turn over documents it says would show the extent of the administration’s coordination with the National Rifle Association in President Trump's picking federal judge appointees. The Giffords Law Center for Prevent Gun Violence filed a lawsuit this week in the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of California against the Justice Department after the agency did not respond to multiple Freedom of Information Act requests.
 

MO: Gun Buyback Program in St. Louis Draws Hundreds of People, Weapons
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Hundreds of people turned up Saturday morning for a well-publicized gun buyback opportunity that officials hope will make the community safer. It was so popular that many left without their hoped-for holiday cash. Lured by the promise of $100 to $200 per weapon, with no questions asked, participants schlepped bags full of pistols, rifles and shotguns, many of them old and rugged. “My brother in Arkansas rabbit-hunted with it all last year,” Willie Shelton, 67, of the city’s Penrose neighborhood, said of a pump 20-gauge shotgun that hadn’t been oiled in a long time. “It was just sitting in the corner, and I heard on the news that I could get $150.”
 

From The Editor: New Beginnings, New Battles
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Last year will go down in the history books as a year when NRA members won what some would call more than our fair share of the battles we fought in trying to save the Second Amendment. But as we leave 2017 behind and enter another new year, one thing is for certain—the need to fight for our right to keep and bear arms is greater now than ever before.
 

Musket Fire Rings in Christmas in Colonial Williamsburg
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Colonial Williamsburg welcomed Christmas with a bang when muskets were fired in celebration of the holiday Sunday evening.
Small groups of Colonial Williamsburg interpreters who portrayed Continental Army soldiers and militia fired their muskets to salute the season as several hundred onlookers took in the demonstration on Duke of Gloucester Street. The event was a nod to the 18th-century custom of firing cannons and muskets to celebrate Christmas and express joy, according to Colonial Williamsburg.
 

WY: Casper Family Opens City's First Indoor Shooting Range
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Walking into a firearm shop can be overwhelming if you don’t know much about guns, according to Kelsey Scribner. “Typical gun stores are very intimidating,” she said. “If you don’t know what questions to ask or what you’re looking for, they don’t always make you feel welcome.” But that’s not the environment customers will find at the Wyoming Gun Company, said Scribner, who opened the business with her husband, Jeremy, and her parents, Jerry and Marcia Davis, on Nov. 16. The shooting center and retail store is a family-friendly facility that welcomes both gun aficionados and novices.
 

IL: Chicago Police Raid Targets Wrong Home
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Jennell Cross had just settled into a couch around midnight Thursday to watch a movie in her daughter’s South Chicago home when she heard one bang, and then another, against the front door. Cross said she ran to the back of the home to warn her daughter. “Somebody’s trying to break in the house,” she yelled.
 

AZ: Flagstaff Murders and NAU Shooter Trial Highlight 2017
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The year in crime in brought no closure to Flagstaff’s most high-profile shooting as a jury could not reach a verdict in the murder trial of NAU shooter Steven Jones. Coconino County Superior Court Judge Dan Slayton declared a mistrial after the jury could not come to a unanimous decision after five days of deliberation.
 

MT: Public Hearings Set for New Hunting Season Dates
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State wildlife officials are reviewing the dates and structures for hunting seasons, and they’ve scheduled public meetings throughout southwestern Montana to talk about the changes. The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission opened public comment on a suite of hunting season changes at its December meeting, and now Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has planned public meetings throughout the month of January to talk about the potential changes.

 

Father, Sons Try out Colo. Elk Hunting
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Christmas maybe came a little early for Richard Morton and sons Justin and Jared. The three recently spent two weeks on an elk hunt in Colorado, a trip that the elder Morton called “a hoot. “It was a wonderful time for father and two sons to spend together in beautiful country in Colorado,” he said.

 

WY: No Charges in Southeast Fatal Shooting
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A prosecutor says she will not file an involuntary manslaughter charge against a man involved in a fatal shooting in southeast Wyoming. The Laramie Boomerang reports that Albany County Prosecuting Attorney Peggy Trent reviewed the Sept. 9 shooting death of 43-year-old Matthew Butrick. Authorities have said that 27-year-old Brice Page told investigators he saw Butrick chasing two teenagers on ATVs with his truck on a Forest Service road southeast of Laramie.
 

Foiled San Francisco Terrorist Posted ‘Radical Jihadist Messages Online,’ Planned to Die in Attack
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Foiled San Francisco terrorist Everitt Aaron Jameson posted “radical jihadist messages online” and told an undercover agent that he did not need an escape plan for his attack because “he was ready to die.” Twenty-six-year-old Jameson was fooled into believing the undercover agent was an ISIS affiliate.
 

SC: Columbia Becomes First City in The Nation to Ban Bump Stocks, but Will Others Follow?
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Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin had other municipalities in mind Tuesday night when his city became the first in the nation to ban bump stocks, a device that can turn semi-automatic rifles into guns that can fire nearly as fast as automatic weapons. Someone, he reasoned, had to be first. Drafted after a Las Vegas gunman used a bump stock during the deadly Oct. 1 mass shooting that left 59 dead and hundreds injured, the ordinance bans the possession of a gun with such a device attached within city limits.
 

Redding Gun Store Manager: Californians Will Find Ways Around ‘Tyrannical’ Gun Controls
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On December 12, 2017, Breitbart News reported that California’s war on guns would be broadening to a war on ammunition beginning January 1. That translates into a ban on purchasing ammunition outside the state by a requiring that all ammo must be purchased from a licensed California dealer. Moreover, any ammunition ordered online must be sent to a licensed dealer within the state and the buyer then pays a processing fee when he picks it up.

 

First Gear: Nikon Rangefinding Binoculars And ShotMaxx 2 Shot Timer
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In theory at least, the worst of the Christmas hub-bub is behind us all. We hope you’re down to making memories to cherish always, and of the sort not tied to commercial things. Such can certainly be a pleasure, and especially when given. Either way, we wish you joys wrought of meaning and not merely sensation. Right around the corner is the New Year. We expect we’re not alone in the impulse to take on something new or better (like dumping some holiday-acquired pounds, for starters!), but we’ve got two particulars in mind—be more deliberate in our training, and get back to better long gun skills.
 

West Coast Dem Senators May Have Some Explaining To Do
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Not one U.S. Senator representing the West Coast states of California, Oregon and Washington voted in favor of tax reform, which may leave them having to explain to voters – who are also taxpayers – why not, considering what a Bellevue small business announced, and this outfit is not alone. Bellevue-based APPS Portamedic, according to KIRO News, the CBS affiliate in Seattle, is giving bonuses to its employees. The company will pay lower taxes.

 

AL: Attention All Outdoors … WOMEN! Registration for Bow Hunting Workshop Opens January 3
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Registration for the next Alabama Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) workshop opens on January 3 for first-time attendees and January 8 for both first-timers and those who have previously attended. The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) sponsored event takes place at the 4-H Center near Columbiana, Ala., on March 2-4, 2018. BOW is a three-day workshop designed for women ages 18 years or older who would like to learn new outdoor skills. The workshop offers hands-on instruction in a fun, outdoor learning environment.
 

NC: Fatal Shooting of Man Just Out of Jail Ruled Self-Defense
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Prosecutors say a North Carolina woman acted in self-defense when she shot and killed her daughter's boyfriend just hours after he was released from jail. District Attorney David Learner said he reviewed evidence and interviews collected by Burke County deputies from the Thursday shooting before clearing the woman. Authorities say 46-year-old Vernon Dale came to his girlfriend's home at the Shady Acres Mobile Home Park in Morganton early Thursday.
 

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