gun rights

  by Molly Prince A federal court upheld a prior dismissal of a challenge to Texas’s campus carry law Thursday, providing individuals with a concealed carry permit the ability to carry a firearm on public university property. The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected to revive the lawsuit by three University of Texas at Austin
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  by Molly Prince A U.S. court ruled on Tuesday that an individual’s right to self-defense, guaranteed by the Second Amendment, extends to openly carrying a firearm outside the home. The ninth circuit court of appeals rejected the U.S. District Court in Hawaii’s claim that the right bear arms only applies to one’s residence, thereby reversing
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The Second Amendment Foundation and National Rifle Association today filed a lawsuit against the City of Seattle and Mayor Jenny Durkan over adoption of a so-called “safe storage” requirement, claiming it violates Washington State’s 35-year-old preemption statute, and is therefore unenforceable. Also named as defendants are the Seattle Police Department and Chief Carmen Best. State law prohibits cities, towns and counties or other
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The California Supreme Court ruled unanimously to throw out a lawsuit challenging California’s law requiring new semi-automatic handguns to microstamp identifiers on shell casings when the gun is fired. The lawsuit, NSSF v. State of California, filed by the National Shooting Sports Foundation, argues that the law should be overturned because the technology to implement
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  by Molly Prince Constitutional lawyer and New York Times best-selling author Mark Smith combats David Hogg’s rhetoric in his latest book, “#Duped,” which serves as a response to the newly-minted gun-control activist and Parkland graduate’s recently released book, “#NeverAgain.” Smith exposes the left’s celebration and exploitation of students in order to advance so-called common
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A maker of popular finance and tax preparation software recently made changes that negatively impacted firearms consumers and gun-related businesses. Several gun-related businesses were suddenly — and without warning — disrupted in recent weeks when Intuit stopped processing credit card payments because sales were gun-related, The Post has learned. Some of the payments stopped
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  by Molly Prince The National Rifle Association announced Thursday that it will challenge Oregon’s petition to ban assault weapons. Although Initiative Petition-43 has not yet been passed, the NRA released a press release disclosing the organization’s joint challenge with the Oregon Hunters Association. The petition was filed on March 22, 2018, by a Portland interfaith group,
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AWR Hawkins by AWR Hawkins18 Apr 20180 18 Apr, 201818 Apr, 2018 As a summer project, Breitbart News is doing an AR-15 build using parts and accessories from Radical Firearms, DoubleStar, Battle Tested Equipment, Sightmark, and others. At this point in building the AR-15, we have mated a Radical Firearms 16″ upper assembly with a DoubleStar
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A  New Jersey school district has a zero-tolerance policy on gun possession – even when it happens at a gun range and on the weekend. A New Jersey school district that allegedly suspended two high school students this week over a gun photo taken during a family visit to a private shooting range is facing community
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Seattle’s “gun violence tax” revenue has once again failed to meet predictions, demonstrating once again that this was really a thinly disguised gun control scheme that was sold to the public as an effort to reduce so-called “gun violence,” the Second Amendment Foundation said today. Figures released by the city under a Public Records
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“The Constitution shall never be construed to prevent the people of the United States who are peaceable citizens from keeping their own arms.” – Samuel Adams, Massachusetts Ratifying Convention, 1788 With all of that is going on with these anti-gunner politicians (surrounded by armed security detail) working hard for their special interest groups, rather then
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  by Joe Simonson NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson called for a national gun confiscation program in a syndicated column through Black Press USA on Monday. Comparing recent school shootings to the violence and discrimination black students faced after the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision, Johnson wrote that “fear and terror
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