Month: December 2017

  By Nick Givas California’s new restrictions on ammunition are set to take effect in January, making it harder to purchase, sell and transport firearm cartridges. Proposition 63 was passed in 2016 and makes it illegal to sell ammunition without a license from the Department of Justice, NBC news reports. Any ammo purchased over the
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After the Trump administration announced it would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, almost every news report I read contained some version of the phrase “upending decades of U.S. policy.” The night before the announcement, on December 5, the AFP News Agency tweeted: “#BREAKING President Donald Trump is to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital,
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“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” The Second Amendment (Amendment II) to the United States Constitution protects the rights of citizens to own and carry firearms. The Supreme Court ruled that the first
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On inauguration eve 1991, in Rhode Island, the departing governor, Edward DiPrete, had a morsel of news for the incoming governor, Bruce Sundlun. A case of embezzlement at a mobbed-up bank in Providence had led to the collapse of the dubious private agency that insured the state’s credit unions. So the next morning, after taking
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Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) today announced new sales milestones for PlayStation®4 (PS4™) computer entertainment systems, PlayStation®VR (PS VR) virtual reality systems, and PS4 and PS VR games – all expected to be high on many consumer’s Christmas lists. PS4 has cumulatively sold through more than 70.6M units to consumers worldwide as of December 3, 2017*1. More than 617.8 million
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