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Should any elected official use his influence to have an opposition newspaper canceled? Is it allowable to have such a paper literally taken out of print?
While calls for gun control still abound, their effectiveness is thrown into question by the reality of gun ownership. And the disconnect seems to be growing.
Republican AG's sent letter to Visa, Mastercard, and American Express demanding companies abandon plans to track gun sales in U.S. through firearm-specific transaction codes.
WEF's Traveler Digital Identity, “brings together a global consortium of individuals, governments, authorities and the travel industry to enhance security in world travel.”
School shootings are being used by politicians to take guns from legal gun owners and to take away our constitutional right to bear arms.
Gavin Newsom signed legislation to allow CA victims of shootings to sue gun makers and sellers for harm caused by criminals using guns.
Gun Owners of America is suing New York state over new restrictions on public carrying of firearms rushed through the state Legislature.
You can count on one hand the number of Supreme Court cases that clarify what the 2nd Amendment means. The Bruen ruling is one of them.
A coalition of gun rights groups on July 8 sued California over a law that bars stores and others from marketing guns to minors.
Gun owners in the nation’s capital are suing in hopes of being allowed to carry firearms on the region’s crime-ridden public transit system.
NY Gov. Kathy Hochul signed legislation to limit use of concealed carry guns in “sensitive locations” such as schools and places of worship.
Because of Maggie DeJong viewpoints on contentious issues facing America today the university slapped DeJong with a “no contact order”.
More than two dozen states will move to restrict abortions following Supreme Court’s ruling overturning Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey.
Biden signed into law biggest gun control measure introduced in the U.S. in decades after bipartisan bill cleared both houses of Congress.