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Like any major U.S. city, Detroit suffers more than its fair share of violent crime. But a few folks in the Motor City — and way more than just them actually — advocate for law-abiding citizens not only owning guns, but carrying them. Tucker Carlson’s segment on Fox News earlier this week began with a
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Philadelphia Eagles star defensive tackle Fletcher Cox stands 6-feet, 4-inches tall and tips the scales at 310 pounds. He’s a four-time Pro Bowler and was a first-team all-pro last season — which means he usually manhandles other giant players in trenches every Sunday. But when a violent intruder tried to force his way into Cox’s
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Police in Redmond, Washington, confiscated guns from a 23-year-old man after he posted a “concerning” photo of himself and a caption about the controversial “Joker” movie. The tweet showed the man posing with guns with the message, “One ticket to Joker please.” Image Source: YouTube screenshot U.S. officials issued a warning about possible attacks at
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Lauren Boebert is decidedly pro-gun. So much so that she runs a restaurant with servers who exercise their open-carry rights called Shooters Grill. It’s located — where else — in Rifle, Colorado. Boebert’s passion for the Second Amendment led her to make a three-hour drive to Aurora, the Denver Post said, where Democratic presidential candidate
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In his first ever live episode of “Dear America with Graham Allen,” Graham joined Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) for his inaugural youth summit in Houston,Texas, to talk about gun rights and how Democratic politicians use misleading statistics and jargon to push unconstitutional gun control legislation. Addressing a crowd of nearly 2000 high school and college
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By Frank Salvato – Progressive presidential candidate Kamala Harris has suggested that if elected President of the United States she would propose and support “red flag law” legislation that would create “domestic terrorism prevention orders”; allowing law enforcement to temporarily restrict a person’s access to legally owned weapons should they feel the person is a
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Viewers of the progressive cable news network MSNBC were stunned to hear a justification for 2nd Amendment gun rights after violence broke out in Venezuela by the government against their unarmed citizenry. MSNBC news anchor Andrea Mitchell was speaking to their correspondent Kerry Sanders when he made what sounded like a common gun rights argument.
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New York state Attorney General Letitia James announced Saturday that her office has initiated an investigation into the National Rifle Association’s finances. The announcement came amid internal strife at the NRA, which led to the departure of NRA president Oliver North during the organization’s annual convention this weekend. What are the details? In a statement,
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The executive vice president of the National Rifle Association made bizarre accusations against Oliver North, the president of the NRA, on Friday in a statement to the members of the board. The Washington Post obtained the letter from Wayne LaPierre. “Leaders in every walk of life must often choose,” LaPierre wrote in the message, “between
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Dick’s Sporting Goods took a loss of an estimated $150 million in sales last year after the company heavily restricted firearm purchases and began advocating anti-gun propaganda. The company made various policy changes after a school shooting in Parkland, Florida, left 17 dead. It announced it would no longer sell modern sporting rifles or
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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) attacked gun manufacturers during a campaign event Monday, saying that opposition to universal background checks is rooted in a desire to sell weapons to dangerous people. Gillibrand ranted about the National Rifle Association before turning her wrath to gun manufacturers, who she says are standing in the way of common sense
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New Zealand’s prime minister set a timeline for her government to draft stricter gun laws but failed to make concrete proposals after a meeting with her cabinet following Friday’s deadly mosque shootings. “Within 10 days of this horrific act of terrorism we will have announced reforms which will, I believe, make our community safer,” Prime
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