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Oath Keepers off to races as NASCAR examines sponsorships
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.davidcodrea.com

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“'The potential exposure is in the tens of millions,' he explains. 'This could help make Oath Keepers a household name, and help to spread our message about the oath to millions of Americans who may not yet be fully awake to the ongoing assault on our Bill of Rights, and the rapidly increasing destruction of our Republic.'"
 

Gun group ‘had hand in writing’ Manchin-Toomey background check amendment
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.davidcodrea.com

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“'Just so you all know, I am in support on the Manchin-Tooney substitute bill to knock out the bad Schumer Background Check bill,' Gottlieb wrote. 'I and our CCRKBA attorney lobbyist had a hand in influencing and writing parts of it.'"
 

Radio host charges Cuomo/DHS conspiracy against gun owners
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.davidcodrea.com

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"Bauerle alleges there is 'a clandestine squad' violating the Fourth Amendment and circumventing HIPAA privacy protections in order to revoke pistol permits from those who have been prescribed anti-depressants or who have undergone mental health treatment, calling that 'tyranny, plainly and simply.'”
 

'Reciprocal concealed carry' amendment on gun-control bill dangerous for New York City, Schumer says
Submitted by: GunPoliticsNY
Website: http://www.gunpoliticsny.com

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Times Square could become a new “OK Corral” if the NRA and its enablers in Congress tack an amendment onto a gun control bill, Sen. Charles Schumer said Sunday. The “reciprocal concealed carry” amendment would allow anyone with a permit to carry a concealed weapon in any state to use carry the gun legally any other state.
 

Listen to Rebecca Costa's interview with Asa Hutchinson
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April 5, 2013 Asa Hutchinson

Asa Hutchinson currently runs the NRA’s National School Shield program. Prior to that, he was named Administrator of the DEA in 2001, then Under Secretary at the Department of Homeland Security in 2003. In 1982, President Reagan appointed him as the youngest United States Attorney in the nation. Later in Arkansas, he was elected to three terms in Congress. In 1998, he was appointed by the House of Representatives to try the impeachment case against President Clinton in the United States Senate.

Ed.: Audio story
 

‘Saturday Night Live’ makes light of gun control progress in Senate
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Gun control is certainly no laughing matter — unless, of course, it’s talked about on “Saturday Night Live.”
The popular sketch show opened this week with a parody featuring actors portraying President Obama and the two senators who reached a compromise on background checks last week.
In the sketch, Obama, played by Jay Pharoah, jokingly explains that all of his work in trying to enact gun reform has resulted, so far, only in the prospect of a debate of the issue.
“As you know, over the past few months, I have made gun control legislation a top priority for my administration,” Pharoah says. “Which is why I am so excited to announce that this week the Senate voted 68 to 31 to begin debating the idea of discussing gun control.”
 

NJ: Harsh gun laws threaten Second Amendment in NJ
Submitted by: Anonymous

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Here is the fundamental issue in this gun control debate — fairness in sentencing when one is faced with a gun-law violation.
Common sense has fallen by the wayside. Having represented many individuals wrongfully accused of gun charges, each case must be assessed on a case-by-case basis with particular attention to the facts, circumstances and the offense as well as the individual charged.
Are you a criminal if you lawfully possess a weapon and have a carry permit to bring that gun to New Jersey? State law says yes. In fact, you face mandatory sentencing under the Graves Act. New Jersey law posseses the harshest and most draconian laws as it pertains to gun-law violations.
 

MN: Cafe offering deals for gun carriers
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Langtry Cafe in Brownsdale always had a bit of a Western theme, but now that’s accentuated on Thursdays.
Owner Steve Nagel has hosted two permit to carry courses at his restaurant with instructor Gregory Reis, and now he’s passing the savings onto those who proudly support the Second Amendment. Every Thursday, those who conceal carry get 15 percent off, and those who open carry get 25 percent off.
“It was kind of a tongue-in-cheek situation that really took off,” Nagel said. ...
“Cheryl [Steve’s wife] and I are strong supporters of the Second Amendment, and so are most of my customers,” Nagel said.
 

More Gaslighting
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"Gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse in which false information is presented with the intent of making a victim doubt his or her own memory, perception, and sanity." Over and over the same old reassurances are trotted out -- "We support the Second Amendment. Your guns are safe". Yeah right!

Maybe the hope and intention is that by spouting 'the right thing' often enough, perhaps folks will come to eventually believe it. We are however familiar with smoke and mirrors, all mixed in with a full dose of tired old rhetoric - better known as the infamous 'broken record' or plain old propaganda, aimed at the gullible."
 

FL: Florida police officer accused of bringing Trayvon Martin target to gun range
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A police officer accused of bringing targets resembling Trayvon Martin to a gun range has been fired.
Port Canaveral Interim Chief Executive Officer John Walsh told WFTV on Saturday that Sgt. Ron King was leading a target practice with two other Port Canaveral police officers and a civilian port employee when he pulled out the targets April 4. Walsh says King asked the group if they wanted to use the targets and they said no, telling King to put them back into his patrol car.
 

TX: Texas governor to Connecticut gun maker: "Come on down"
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Texas Governor Rick Perry on Friday said a gun manufacturer that has decided to leave Connecticut should "come on down" to the Lone Star State.
PTR Industries, a maker of military-style rifles, threatened to leave Connecticut after the passage of one of the toughest gun-control laws in the United States. Connecticut enacted the measure in the wake of the Newtown school shooting that killed 20 first-graders and six adults.
"Hey, PTR," Perry posted on Twitter on Friday. "Texas is still wide open for business!! Come on down!"
The Connecticut law bans high-capacity ammunition clips of the kind used in the December school shooting and adds to the firearms covered by the state's assault-weapons ban.
 

MI: Retired Warren police officer faces teen sex charge
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A retired Warren police officer was charged Friday with having sexual relations with a 16-year-old Warren girl, who attends the high school where he worked as a school resource officer.

Dale Malesh, 62, was ordered held on a $150,000 bond on two counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct, a 15-year felony, during arraignment in 37th District Court in Warren, Police Commissioner Jere Green said.
 

IA: Virtual reality students show off projects at Altoona conference
Submitted by: Donald W. Bohlken

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The confidence Seth Woolston shows should come as no surprise, as he tells other students about a replica rifle he built using virtual reality software and a 3-D printer. The 18-year-old Boone High School senior has been working with virtual reality for about six years.

Submitter's note: Boone, Iowa high school student builds an Airsoft rifle using a virtual printer for a Virtual Reality Conference. More amazing than the gun is the fact that he was neither disciplined nor condemned by officials for building (horror of horrors) a GUN!
 

Explaining the Gender Gap On Gun Control -- Most women support strengthening gun laws, compared with fewer than half of men.
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While gun-control legislation is a politically risky vote for red-state Democrats, it’s also an issue that could hurt the GOP’s efforts to attract female voters.
A new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll shows that 65 percent of women favor stronger gun laws, compared to 44 percent of men. That’s consistent with previous polling; a recent Quinnipiac University poll showed 61 percent of women and 45 percent of men in favor stricter gun laws.
Richard Feldman, the Independent Firearms Association president and a former NRA lobbyist, said that the gender gap on gun laws is a long-standing one, and that much of it has to do with who owns guns.
 

Republican Senator Collins of Maine to vote yes on background checks
Submitted by: D. Smith

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Speaking exclusively to NBC News, Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, is the first GOP senator to say publicly she will vote for the bipartisan compromise on expanded background checks for the sale of guns online and at gun shows.

Collins said "I do intend to support it" now that she has reviewed the actual text of the Manchin-Toomey bill and calls it a "reasonable" approach. Collins described the Manchin-Toomey effort as "a responsible break through from two people who have far better NRA rankings than I have...

Collins is a critical "yes" vote for the families and Democrats who need Republican support to pass expanded background checks.


 

Did FOX Snub the NRA’s Sponsorship of their Sprint Cup Race?
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As many of you already know, Saturday night was the NRA 500 at the Texas Motor Speedway on Fox…. but you wouldn’t have known it if you watched the race. Fox didn’t seem to mention the fact that it was the NRA 500 at all
 

NY: Counties are lining up to fight NY SAFE Act
Submitted by: GunPoliticsNY
Website: http://www.gunpoliticsny.com

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While I have come to expect the type of propaganda in Leah Gunn Barrett's letter "Gun laws should put safety before profits," April 7, from her New Yorkers Against Gun Violence organization, her letter's implication that New Yorkers are stupid is more prevalent than usual. Ms. Barrett contends the "(NY SAFE Act) is consistent with the Second Amendment and has the support of the majority, including gun owners." While the former assertion will no doubt be decided by the courts, I have yet to meet a gun owner or police officer who supports the legislation.
 

NY: Gun-rights advocates denounce Cuomo at rally in Goshen
Submitted by: GunPoliticsNY
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Gun-rights supporters converged in Goshen on Saturday afternoon, one of the latest local rallies against state gun-control legislation passed in response to the Dec. 14 killing of 20 children and six educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. About 80 people gathered in Church Park to hear local officials like Orange County Legislator Dennis Simmons and Deerpark Supervisor Karl Brabenec denounce the SAFE Act, a gun-control measure approved by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and state lawmakers in January.
 

NC: Home invasion suspects killed in gunfight with NC homeowner
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Two men suspected of attempting to invade a home in North Carolina Friday died after a gunfight with the homeowner.

Fayetteville Police tell WTVD both robbery suspects fled the home after the exchange of gunfire. One of the suspects, 25-year-old Dominik Council, was found dead on the side of the road nearly two hours after the incident.

The other suspect, 20-year-old Xavier White, was found wounded and transported to an area hospital, where he later died, according to the station.

Police said the homeowner, who was not identified, was injured during the gunfight. Details on the individual's condition were not immediately available.
 

Shy No More, N.R.A.’s Top Gun Sticks to Cause
Submitted by: GunPoliticsNY
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Victims of the massacre in Newtown, Conn., had just been laid to rest when Wayne LaPierre, the chief executive of the National Rifle Association, met with his board of directors in early January. A national tide of grief had prompted new attacks on his group and a White House push for more gun control measures, while Mr. LaPierre — who had called for armed guards in every school — was pilloried as a “gun nut” on the cover of The New York Post.
 

Senate leaders: 'Too close' to say if gun control bill has the votes to pass
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The bipartisan deal on expanded background checks for gun buyers appeared Sunday to garner more Republican support, but Capitol Hill leaders could not say whether the overall gun-control bill will have enough votes as the full debate begins this week.
The legislation will need 60 votes to pass in the chamber, which means it will need Republican support for Senate Democrats facing re-election in gun-friendly districts.
"It's an open question as to whether or not we have the votes,” Pennsylvania Republican Sen. Pat Toomey told CNN’s “State of the Union.” “I think it's going to be close."
 

High court may decide on carrying guns outside home
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
Website: http://www.marktaff.com

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Guns are on the docket in Congress and dozens of state legislatures. Can the Supreme Court be far behind?

The court may decide as early as Monday to consider whether the Second Amendment's right to keep a gun for self-defense extends outside the home.

The case under consideration is a challenge to New York's law that requires "proper cause" to carry a weapon in public. Ten states, including California, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Maryland, have similar restrictions. Most have been challenged in court.
 

Alexander supports gun bill debate, opposes Toomey-Manchin amendment
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
Website: http://www.marktaff.com

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The first substantive vote in the gun rights debate this week. It is on the Toomey-Manchin amendment to expand background checks.

I will vote “no.” This amendment would impose a background check system that is overly broad, vague, and ultimately ineffective. And despite the assurances of its supporters, it could easily evolve into a national gun registry that would be an intrusion into the privacy and lives of the American people.

On Thursday, I voted “yes” to start the debate because this is a debate Republicans should want. This is a debate we can win.
 

Prison for gun registration part of CCRKBA-backed bill
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
Website: http://www.marktaff.com

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Gottlieb issued the following statement: "If you read the Manchin-Toomey substitute amendment, you can see all the advances for our cause that it contains like interstate sales of handguns, veteran gun rights restoration, travel with firearms protection, civil and criminal immunity lawsuit protection, and most important of all, the guarantee that people, including federal officers, will go to federal prison for up to 15 years if they attempt to use any gun sales records to set up a gun registry. These advances for gun rights can not be made unless we win the Senate vote on Tuesday to substitute Senators Manchin and Toomey's balanced approach for the current draconian background check bill that is pending before the Senate at this time."
 

TX: Gun debate revives questions about self-defense
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
Website: http://www.marktaff.com

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Indeed, self-defense is now the top reason gun owners cite for having a firearm, a new survey shows, a figure that has nearly doubled since 1999.

But even after years of study, there is little clarity on how, exactly, Americans use guns to protect themselves in moments of jeopardy - or how often. Researchers known for sharp disagreement on the self-defense riddle say the answers may be shifting dramatically because of a steep drop in crime, an increase in guns and state laws giving owners more leeway to wield them.
 

CO: Rape prevention outcry leads to new UCCS legislation
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Controversy over the concealed carry bill in the Colorado General Assembly and outcry over UCCS Public Safety self-defense tips led to a Student Government Association bill addressing safety on campus.

The S.A.F.E. Act, passed April 5, demonstrates the SGA’s position on women’s rights on campus. The bill passed unanimously in the Senate and with a vote of 14-1 in the House.

It reads: “For the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Student Government Association to signify its defense and protection of the rights of female students, staff, faculty, and citizens to defend their lives through any means necessary.”
 

MI: 80-year-old Flint man fires shots at five robbery suspects
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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An 80-year-old Flint man fired two shots at five male teenagers attempting to rob him Thursday, April 11 in the driveway of his Helber Street home.

The homeowner called police around 9:45 p.m. to the home and told officers he'd fired two shots at the suspects, who had guns, in self defense, according to a police report.
 

Rifts in Both Parties Complicate Odds for Gun Measure
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Sixty-eight senators, pressured by the families of those killed in gun violence, came together last week to overcome a filibuster threat that would have quashed the debate on a broader gun bill. But many of those votes are clearly not translating into yes votes for the only background check measure that has attracted bipartisan support.

“We’ve got some work to do,” Mr. Manchin said in an interview Sunday. “You’ve got some very close Democratic colleagues who are having some difficulties, and our Republican colleagues are trying to get comfortable.”

On Sunday, a small gun rights group, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, came out in favor of the Toomey-Manchin amendment...
 

NY: New York’s ’assault weapon’ registration to begin
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Key measures of New York’s tough new gun law are set to kick in, with owners of guns now reclassified as assault weapons required to register the firearms and new limits on the number of bullets allowed in magazines.

As the new provisions take effect Monday, New York’s affiliate of the National Rifle Association said it plans to head to court to seek an immediate halt to the magazine limit.
 

Manchin-Toomey Amendment Protects Second Amendment Rights of Those Who Have Served Our Country
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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This bipartisan bill, the “Public Safety and Second Amendment Rights Protection Act” does NOT take guns away from Veterans.

Expands gun ownership rights for active duty service members; and helps reduce the stigma of seeking help for PTSD, and impact on 2nd Amendment rights, by fixing an unfair VA system.

FACT – This amendment fixes an outdated law and allows active duty service members and their spouses to purchase guns in their home state, as well as their duty station. Current law unfairly restricts them to only buying guns in the state where they are stationed.
 

MA: ‘Why Should We Have To Prove A “Need” To Carry A Concealed Weapon?’
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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My name is Bradley Jay and I host the Jay Talking radio show which airs every Sunday evening at 10pm on WBZ NewsRadio 1030. Check out my Facebook page at facebook.com/djbradleyjay

Consider this:

There is nothing in the Second Amendment about proving the need to bear arms. I believe that Massachusetts’ gun laws are in direct conflict with the United States Constitution, which specifically mentions a right to keep and bear arms.
 

CT: New London Man Files First Legal Challenge Against Connecticut Gun Laws
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Scott D. Camassar, the attorney representing DAFR, said the laws do not place enough emphasis on school safety or mental health issues and constrain law-abiding gun owners.

"Disabled individuals have unique needs when it comes to lawful use of firearms, whether it be recreational or competitive shooting, hunting, home defense, or personal self-defense, and they rely on safe, customizable firearms like the AR-15 in order to effectively participate in these lawful activities," Camassar said. "Cosmetic features like forward grips and adjustable stocks do not make a rifle more lethal, nor do factory-standard magazines that hold more than 10 bullets."
 

CO: DU Law Professor To Help Lawsuit Against New Gun Control Laws
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Fields has championed Colorado’s new law limiting rounds in magazines to 15. But Kopel, who will be representing Colorado sheriffs in a lawsuit against the new laws, says the Supreme Court objects to outlawing accessories used by law abiding people.

“Magazines for a handgun of say 16 or 17 rounds are very common, lots of regular citizens own them and lots of police officers and sheriffs deputies own them,” Kopel said. “And all for the same reason, because they’re a very good choice for lawful self-defense when you’re attacked by several criminals are once.”
 

American Women And Guns
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Despite the gender gap over gun laws, vocal female 2nd Amendment supporters are increasingly making efforts to educate American women about the benefits of gun ownership, particularly for the purpose of self-defense.

A recent article in Women & Guns urges women to:

Go public. Let your friends and coworkers know you are a gunowner. There is nothing belligerent about owning firearms. Rather, for years I have been advocating that women show that they own and use guns, because women are not threatening. It softens the face of the gunowner to the general public when they learn that the sweet little old ladies and the charming young women are part of that group that the media tries so hard to demonize.
 

In Gun Battle, Mike Lee Injects a Dose of Emotion
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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In his push for gun control, President Obama has yet to deliver remarks in which he has not invoked the voices of the Newtown families, whose children were murdered in the December shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Utah senator Mike Lee, one of the Senate’s most outspoken opponents of the proposed gun legislation, is now calling on a different set of voices as a part of his effort to defeat it.
 

Homeland Security Actively Collecting Gun Owner Info, Collaborating With States
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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News out of Missouri has recently revealed that Govt Officials in that State have been transmitting the records of all State Residents holding firearms carry permits to the Dept of Homeland Security as well.

Its easy enough to say that the situation in NY is a “one off”, “happenstance” incident with no evil intentions and blame it on a confusing State Law that was rushed through the Legislature without anyone reading it or understanding its real world effects.
 

AZ: MPD shares gun safety, storage tips
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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“If we only hit 33 percent, then with untrained citizens… there are bullets going all over the place,” Stahl said. “You are accountable for every bullet you shoot.”

Stahl encouraged everyone to take firearm-safety courses addressing the psychology of taking another person’s life so a gun does not end up in the wrong hands.

“If your reason for having this tool is self-defense, you need to be prepared to use it,” Stahl told the group.

He also clarified it is only lawful to use a firearm for self-defense when a person thinks their life or someone else’s is in eminent danger.
 

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