Month: April 2021

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Yesterday, anti-gun legislators filed more bills attacking the rights of law-abiding citizens. Please contact your lawmakers and ask your state senator to OPPOSE SB 256 and your representative to OPPOSE HB 1298 and HB 1299. Click here to contact your state senator. Click here to contact your state representative. Senate Bill 256 repeals Colorado’s preemption
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[embedded content] An engagement can happen at any time, day or night. With this in mind, learning low-light shooting basics is imperative to have an upper hand in lethal-force encounters. Unless you lock yourself in your linen closet once the sun goes down, likely your risk profile includes low-light environments. You know what? Felonious thugs
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[embedded content] [embedded content] Full text of President Biden’s Speech (followed by Tim Scott’s full speech): Madame Speaker.   Madame Vice President.  No president has ever said those words from this podium, and it’s about time.  The First Lady.  The Second Gentleman.  Mr. Chief Justice.  Members of the United States Congress and the Cabinet – and
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Phoenix Weaponry recently announced the release of its newest accessory product, a free-float handguard for AR-15-type rifles. The Phoenix Handguard design incorporates a modular, low-profile design. It gives users control over placement of Pictainny rail attachments, sling swivels, hand stops and more. Phoenix Weaponry Handguard The design delivers placement options in 45-degree angles around the
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On Monday, May 3rd, the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee will vote on Legislative Document 1138, which strengthens Mainers’ fundamental right to self-defense. Please act now! Contact committee members of the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee and ask them to SUPPORT LD 1138. Legislative Document 1138 strengthens Mainers’ fundamental right to self-defense anywhere
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Tough restrictions on the ability of New Yorkers to legally carry guns in public have been embedded in local habit and practice for more than a century. Through periods of high and low crime rates, local elected officials knew they had consensus support when speaking of “getting guns off the streets” and “taking guns out
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Summary In his first address to a joint session of Congress, President Joe Biden got some facts wrong and stretched others, mainly repeated claims we’ve heard before: Biden said he inherited the “worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.” But when he took office, the economy had recovered some from its low point earlier in
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On Monday, the Kansas Legislature returns for a veto session, where they will consider overriding Governor Laura Kelly’s vetoes, which include two pro-gun bills. Please continue to contact your lawmakers and ask them to OVERRIDE Gov. Kelly’s vetoes of House Bill 2058 and House Bill 2089. Proposed by Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt, House Bill 2058 does
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Angelo Fichera, D’Angelo Gore, Eugene Kiely and Robert Farley  |  FactCheck.org Show Caption Hide Caption Biden addresses Congress in historic night with Pelosi and VP Harris President Joe Biden addressed a joint session of Congress for the first time after nearly 100 days into his presidency. STAFF VIDEO, USA TODAY In his first address to a joint session of