Kimber Gun Rights Bulletin: Moms Demand Action and the Agony of Defeat

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Moms Demand Action demanded action in Missouri earlier this week, but the action they got wasn’t the action they wanted.  The Missouri Senate voted to override Democrat Governor Jay Nixon’s…

Mental Health & the Right To Keep And Bear Arms

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  By an anonymous member of Guns Save Life, MD/PhD The Obama Administration consistently attempts to limit firearms rights, and frequently does so by shrouding those schemes in the apparently…

Washington Post Launches Anti-Gun Jihad

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In the wake of The Pulse nightclub massacre, The Washington Post has brought out its big guns to vilify civilian gun ownership, tying it to mass murder. The gun used in…

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BREAKING: Hillary Clinton Refuses to Acknowledge Constitutional Right to Keep and Bear Arms

Here’s a thought experiment. How viable would a GOP presidential candidate be if he expressed doubts about the sanctity of Americans’ fundamental right to freedom of speech. What if he…

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Gun Rights Australia’s Long Road Back to Firearms Freedom

Rodger Muller’s wandering the miles of aisles of the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits here in Louisville this weekend, watching tens of thousands of attendees ogle and finger thousands of…

A Canadian Sociologist’s Perspective on Stopping “Gun Violence”

University of Toronto Sociology Professor Jooyoung Lee reckons that sending police into high crime areas is a bad idea. He consider it too “punitive.” Instead “we should be sending resources into these communities that can help get conditions that would deter youth from getting involved in things, drug dealing, gangs . . .” And what resources would those be? After school programs. Basketball leagues. Tutoring. Mentors. Arts education. Apparently social science research has shown that these programs have a “longer term impact on reducing violent crimes in communities.” Meanwhile, Canada’s gun laws keep law-abiding residents disarmed. Laws driven by thinking like this.

University of Toronto Sociology Professor Jooyoung Lee reckons that sending police into high crime areas is a bad idea. He consider it too “punitive.” Instead “we should be sending resources into…

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Oops, I Did it Again! Mercedes Benz of Austin Bans Open Carry

I open carry in Austin. I’ve suddenly noticed that the places where I can open carry are shrinking in direct relation to the places I open carry. Bringing my CLS into Mercedes…

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“Donald Trump would force schools to allow guns in classrooms on his first day in office” Fact or Hillary Spin?

With the notable exception of Eugene Volokh, the left-leaning Washington Post is not a friend of ours. So when their Fact Checker examined the above Tweet from “gun safety” champion Hillary Clinton — “Donald Trump…

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Days After Leaving California, New Proposed Laws Remind Me Why I Left

Many people say things like “let California fall into the sea.” Or “those idiots voted for this, they deserve it.” I can assure you I never once voted to increase…

BREAKING: Federal Judge Rules DC Must Be Shall Issue

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“Because the right to bear arms includes the right to carry firearms for self-defense both in and outside the home, I find that the District’s ‘good reason’ requirement likely places…

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Queensland, Australia Fair Work Commission: Rifle in Parking Lot Not Cause for Dismissal

“In July 2015, a friend of the applicant attended the car park of the applicant’s workplace with the intention of discussing a rifle part with him,” sunshinecoastdaily.com.au reports. “Critically, the applicant…

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Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy on Guns: The Facts Are Not with Him

By Steve Sanetti, republished from The National Shooting Sports Foundation: Last year, U.S. Senator Chris Murphy from Connecticut was “awarded” the highest number of “Pinocchios” from the Washington Post’s Fact Checker column for…