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Gun Control's Racist Roots Exposed in SCOTUS Brief

By Dave Workman. October 20, 2021

As the Nov, 3 date for oral arguments in the case of New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen looms, Reason magazine is highlighting one of the many amicus briefs filed in support of the case, not only because it comes from "a coalition of public defense lawyer organizations [...]

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Inclusion and Equity = Exclusion and Inequity

By JPFO. Oct 19, 2021

The inalienable human right to protect yourself and your family—or even strangers—from violent criminal attack is being systematically excluded from political and social scenes. Not only by gun-ban proposals, but legal obstacles and prosecutors who side with criminals instead of the innocent [...]

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NJ Rabbi Designs Concealed Carry Coat for Shabbat

By Doree Lewak. October 18, 2021

Rabbi Raziel Cohen of Morris County, NJ, has designed a $550 kapota — the long jacket donned by married Hasidic men on Shabbat and holidays — meant to comfortably conceal a gun. After he got married about two years ago and graduated to wearing a kapota [...]

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King County, WA Illustrates Failure of 'Gun Control' Laws

By Dave Workman. October 15, 2021

King County, Washington is the hub of gun control extremism in the Pacific Northwest and by no small coincidence, according to new violent crime data released by County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg's office, it is also seeing a "sharp spike" in gun-related violence. [...]

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Grassroots Update -- Oct 13, 2021

From Dave Workman. October 13, 2021

What's New—California: Gov Newsom signed SB264, as a result of recent changes to "assault weapons" statutes residents should check on whether their "other" type firearm needs to be registered: Pennsylvania: HB1900: banning gun sales to anyone "whose name is included on the terrorist screening database" introduced; [...]

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Anti-gunners Launch Campaign to Intimidate SCOTUS as 2A Case Looms

By NRA-ILA. October 12, 2021

For many decades, 'gun control' proponents who saw their fortunes wane in legislatures from coast to coast and who were unable to get traction with Congress could at least console themselves with the thought that activist courts had their backs. The Second Amendment, after all, had been [...]

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