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Dark Web Becomes Huge Market for Weapons Trade
Submitted by: David Williamson
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As the debate over gun regulations rages globally, researchers now report that the Dark Web has become a big market for weapons trade. Sixty-four per cent of the products advertised were handguns, 17 per cent semi-automatic long guns and fully automatic long guns 4 per cent, said the team from Michigan State University which crept into Tor, a Dark Web browser, to investigate how firearms are anonymously bought and sold around the world.
 

CA: Victim Stabs Suspect in Self-Defense Following Dispute in West Central Fresno
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A dispute outside a west central Fresno Walgreens led to a stabbing in self-defense, according to police. The stabbing happened at 11:53 a.m. on Ashlan Avenue and Cornelia Avenue. Police say the victim was confronted by four male suspects outside the store. He ran inside the store where he was then attacked.
 

FL: Sheriffs Oppose Lawmakers Attempt to Toss Mandatory Sentencing from the Books
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A band of reformers wants to negotiate dramatic changes to the state’s criminal justice system in the session’s final two weeks. Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg and Rep. Byron Donalds, R-Naples, are behind efforts to reduce the nation's third-largest prison population.
 

Threat of A Chinese Internet Requires “Action this Day”
Submitted by: David Williamson
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What will it be like if the internet America invented and designed is replaced in the next technological cycle by one that is controlled, developed, implemented, and managed by the Chinese? The danger of America giving up and allowing the Chinese to win was driven home by a senior United States government official this week. The Washington Post published a story headlined: “U.S. officials planning for a future in which Huawei has a major share of 5G global networks.”
 

My Turn: The Racist Roots of the Second Amendment
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Mass shootings have become institutionalized as an almost normal part of American life, as have the responses to such shootings. After each massacre, victims, their families and gun-control advocates bemoan the latest atrocity and call for background checks and a ban on assault weapons. Gun rights advocates oppose such reforms and stand behind the Second Amendment.
 

Gun Owner Activism In Action: King William County, VA Reduces CHP From $50 To $15
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Hats off to Virginia Citizens Defense League member Thomas Matthew Coffin, Sr and to the King William Board of Supervisors. One man's activism got the Board of Supervisors in King William, VA to reduce their CHP fee from $50 to $15. PLUS he got a letter to the editor published in the Country Courier to tell everyone about the reduced fee!
 

GA: Georgia Driver Steals Weapons as He Drives Car Through Gun Store
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Police in a Georgia city are looking for a bold thief who drove a car into a gun shop. Surveillance video at the Loganville store shows the car plowing through the front of the store around 5 a.m. Friday and then the driver hopping out and stealing as many guns as he can.
 

NY: Man Pleads Guilty to Firearms Thefts at Upstate NY Gun Store
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Federal prosecutors say a 35-year-old Rochester man has pleaded guilty to stealing firearms from a western New York gun store. The U.S. Attorney's Office says Marcos Guzman and two co-defendants broke into Chinappi's Firearms & Supplies in Spencerport, just west of Rochester, in August 2018. They stole about 87 firearms, almost all of them handguns.
 

Banks Attempt to Enforce Anti-Gun Restrictions
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Some banks have embarked on a business path to enact policies to restrict gun sales and exert pressure on the firearms industry. Two of banks grabbing headlines for anti-gun policies are Citibank and Bank of America. Citibank, owned by Citigroup in New York, has issued a new policy called the “U.S. Commercial Firearms Policy.” Citi refuses to do business with any gun vendor that sells guns to customers under age 21—even though federal law and the majority of states allow gun sales to individuals at least 18 years of age who are not otherwise prohibited from owning a gun.
 

Easter Sunday Explosions at Multiple Churches and Hotels Rock Sri Lanka, Death Tolls Rises Past 200
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The six nearly simultaneous blasts—followed hours later by two more explosions—marked the bloodshed as among the worst since the South Asian country’s 26-year civil war ended a decade ago, a spokesperson for the Sri Lanka police said.

The explosions collapsed ceilings and blew out windows, killing worshippers and hotel guests. People were seen carrying the wounded out of blood-spattered pews. Witnesses described powerful explosions, followed by scenes of smoke, blood, broken glass, alarms going off and victims screaming in terror.

Submitter's note: NO guns involved.
 

‘Shotgun’ Joe Biden Will Enter 2020 Presidential Race – Report
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Former Vice President Joe Biden, a Democrat, will reportedly enter the race for the White House within days, according to the Washington Times, and one of the consequences just might be that Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, running last in a field of 15 candidates, will get bumped out of every news cycle outside of Seattle and Olympia.
 

Locked Up: How the Modern Prison-Industrial Complex Puts So Many Americans in Jail
Submitted by: David Williamson
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There’s no two ways about it: The United States of America and its 50 state governments love putting people in prison.

The U.S. has both the highest number of prisoners and the highest per capita incarceration rate in the modern world at 655 adults per 100,000. (It’s worth noting that China’s incarceration statistics are dubious, and they execute far more people than the United States. Indeed, the so-called People’s Republic executes more people annually than the rest of the world combined.) Still, that’s more than 2.2 million Americans in state and federal prisons as well as county jails.
 

FL: No Charges in Deadly Road Rage Shooting in Manatee County
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The Manatee County Sheriff's Office will not charge a man who fatally shot another driver during a road rage incident on Saturday. Deputies said the shooting happened at U.S. 301 and Buckeye Road on Saturday afternoon.
 

Eric Swalwell Proves He's Not All That And A Bag Of Chips After Refusing To Debate Dana Loesch
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Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) might be the dumbest Democratic candidate in the 2020 race which, in a crowded field of more-so-than usual whacko moonbats, is a pretty tough thing to pull off. With the charisma of Gumby, Swalwell somehow managed to prove these past few days he's not even worth half a bag of potato chips and that he's afraid to debate political opponents of the fairer sex.
 

CO: Man Arrested in Fatal Shooting of Person Trying to Break Into His Car
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A man is being held for investigation of first-degree murder in the shooting death of a man who was breaking into his car, according to the Denver Police Department. The slain man, who has not been identified, was found inside a vehicle Friday in the 12600 block of East Exposition Avenue in Aurora. Investigators later learned he had been shot to death, according to a news release from Denver police.
 

MI: Vet Offers Women-led Firearms Classes, Aims to Make Female Students More Comfortable
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Alycia Pollotta learned to shoot as a U.S. Marine. It stayed with her through a bachelor’s in communication and the master’s program at Michigan State University, through a move up north and through two and a half years working odd jobs and figuring out what, exactly, she wanted to do. And it became that.
 

IA: Iowa May Allow Stun Guns on College Campuses
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A bill likely to win final approval in the Iowa legislature this week would let most students carry stun guns on the university campuses in Ames, Cedar Falls and Iowa City as well as community college property. Senator Amy Sinclair, a Republican from Allerton, says the reality is there’s an elevated risk of assault on college campuses.
 

LA: Survey Says: What Louisianians Think About Sports Gambling, Guns and Pot
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A majority of Louisianians surveyed recently are in favor of legal gambling on sports and recreational pot, researchers in the Public Policy Research Lab at LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communication report. On the issue of guns, more than two-thirds support preventing people with mental illness from purchasing guns, while the majority opposing banning the sale of assault weapons and high capacity ammunition magazines, the researchers say.
 

Budget 22LR with Great Accuracy – CCI Mini-Mag 22LR SHP Ammunition
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I shoot a .22 a lot. Especially in the spring whistle pig (WP) hunting. The WP’s official name is a Townsend Ground Squirrel. They look like a miniature prairie dog but are a little more hyper. On prairie dogs, the gun of choice is a .223, 25-06 or maybe a .308. You’ll be getting long shots. On a WP, airguns, .22’s, .22 mags and .17 HMR’s are the guns of choice. I don’t want to say that you don’t get a chance at some long shots, but 90% of your shots will be under 125 yards. Mainly due to the terrain, sagebrush and how hyper that they are.
 

MS: Hunters can Now Renew Hunting and Fishing Licenses Automatically
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Mississippi is offering an option for people to automatically renew their hunting or fishing licenses. The Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks says in a news release that the new feature is on the customer portal of its website. People can choose the automatic renewal when purchasing a new license. The license will automatically be updated before it expires.
 

WY: Antler Hunting in Western Wyoming Can't Start Until May 1
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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is reminding antler hunters that the gathering of horns or shed antlers does not begin until May 1 on public lands west of the Continental Divide. Since 2009, antler hunting is prohibited in the area from Jan. 1 through April 30 on all state-owned lands as well as federal lands. The closures to antler hunting seek to minimize harassment or disturbance of big game animals during and right after the long winter.
 

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