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Presented by Facebook With David Beavers, Daniel Lippman and Zachary Warmbrodt THERE’S NO HIRING FREEZE ON K STREET: Some Washington lobbying firms are still hiring, even amid the uncertainty of the pandemic. The Smith-Free Group has added Chris Scribner, who was previously an in-house lobbyist for Regions Financial Corporation. “Chris has established relationships with Members
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Presented by If any foreign policy change is emerging in the post-coronavirus era, it’s the desire to tangle with and inch away from China. | Ng Han Guan/AP Photo DRIVING THE DAY PLAYBOOK FLASHBACK … 10 YEARS AGO (YESTERDAY) … “BREAKING — Treasury Secretary [Timothy] Geithner has added a SURPRISE STOP in Beijing on Thursday
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DATE:    April 7, 2020 TO:       USF & NRA Members and Friends FROM:   Marion P. Hammer   USF Executive Director   NRA Past President Bloomberg’s Everytown Law can’t run from their anti-gun, anti-Constitution memorandum.  The memorandum urges governors and mayors to essentially ignore the Department of Homeland Security and our nation’s President and to be confident
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It’s not just would-be authoritarian governors and local officials here in the U.S. that are using the COVID-19 crisis to attack the natural right to armed self-defense. Aspiring tyrants the world over are using the ongoing pandemic as an excuse to advance their preexisting gun control agendas. In at least three Australian states, government officials have used the emergency
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While much in the world has been suspended or stopped, our efforts to protect and defend the Second Amendment must go on. While we all know the most effective methods of communicating with voters about an upcoming election involve person-to-person interaction, current circumstances make that near impossible.  Thus, we must adapt and adjust to make
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As the COVID-19 crisis continues, Governor Henry McMaster issued Executive Order 2020-18 on Friday to shut down additional “non-essential” businesses, effective 5PM today. This order expands on Executive Order 2020-17 and the updated list of “non-essential” businesses does not include gun stores, exempting them from being shut down during this state of emergency. Please stay