Gun Rights

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Eleven Democratic Senators are demanding that the Federal Trade Commission launch an investigation into the marketing of guns to children, specifically focusing on a company marketing an “AR-15 style” weapon for kids. The letter, which will be sent on Wednesday, continues gun control advocates’ new strategy of focusing on the marketing of firearms. Earlier this
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Yesterday, the Oklahoma House passed pro-gun, firearm discrimination prevention legislation, House Bill 3144.  House Bill 3144 hinges on one final Senate vote before heading to Governor Stitt’s desk!  Please contact your State Senator and ask them to SUPPORT House Bill 3144. House Bill 3144 expands free enterprise by prohibiting companies that discriminate in the provision of their financial
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Barr wins Republican nomination May 17, 2022 FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ/AP) – Andy Barr has won the Republican nomination for U.S. House in Kentucky’s 6th Congressional District. According to the Associated Press, the unofficial results were called at 7:31 p.m. EDT. Barr defeated Derek Petteys to secure the Republican nomination. U.S. Congressman Andy Barr released this
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FDA warning on THC foods; Poll: Legal marijuana more popular than politicians; Senator slams medical cannabis in abortion speech; Banking momentum Subscribe to receive Marijuana Moment’s newsletter in your inbox every weekday morning. It’s the best way to make sure you know which cannabis stories are shaping the day. Your support makes Marijuana Moment possible… *Rattling
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Payton S. Gendron, the 18-year-old suspect in a Saturday, May 14 massacre in Buffalo, New York that left 10 people dead, has been, according to law enforcement, an aggressive promoter of the Great Replacement — a far-right conspiracy theory associated with White supremacist and White nationalist ideology. The Great Replacement theory claims that liberals and
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Good Tuesday morning. A new projection from AdImpact predicts Florida will have the most political ad spending at $593 million for the 2022 election cycle, barely edging out California’s projected $592 million spend. The report projects total ad spending across the U.S. to near $9 billion between gubernatorial, congressional, and down-ballot contents. Get your remotes
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IDAHO — White nationalist Vincent James Foxx had a new video for his nearly 70,000 subscribers on BitChute, one of the few tech platforms that hasn’t banned him. On Feb. 16, he appeared wearing a baseball hat emblazoned with the state’s outline tilted on its side so that it resembled a pistol. “We are going
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Marijuana legalization is more popular in Texas than the state’s top elected officials and President Joe Biden, according to a new poll. The survey from the University of Texas at Tyler found that an overwhelmingly, bipartisan majority of Texans (83 percent) support medical cannabis legalization, and 60 percent said they’re in favor of recreational legalization
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The Guardian view on the Buffalo shooting: a wake-up call for the Republican right Editorial Versions of ‘replacement theory’ are becoming dangerously close to mainstream in American politics According to a poll published in the United States earlier this month, one in three adults believes that an attempt is being made “to replace native-born Americans
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BOISE, Idaho —  Idaho’s five-term Republican attorney general has handled his duties in the deeply conservative state for 20 years with a strategy he describes as calling legal “balls and strikes.” He’s facing two challengers who see a more activist role for the office. Lawrence Wasden, a former prosecutor backed by establishment Republicans, is likely in