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Students Demanding Gun Control

Pitched as a vehicle to give “students the opportunity to lead the charge against gun violence” Everytown has added a youth group to their umbrella. The new outlet, Students Demand Action, was announced via social media last week just days after a school shooting in Parkland, Florida claimed the lives of 17. “Classrooms and college […]

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Better Than Social Security

 “It’s Like Getting 4 Social Security Checks Every Month”Dear Reader, Write this date down … March 1, 2018! That’s the day thousands of American taxpayers will start collecting huge checks that make the average Social Security payment of $1,342 look like mincemeat. To be clear, this is not a government program … it’s much better […]

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Will Concealed Carry Be Banned At Events

A member of Moms Demand Action recently appointed to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is proposing an ordinance to bar legal gun carry at gatherings.   Supervisor Catherine Stefani is pitching as her first law a ban on concealed carry for those attending gatherings of 50 or more in the city such as parades, […]

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Will Gun Safety Be Taught In Kansas Schools

A House bill heard in committee last week to standardize gun safety education in Kansas schools would draw in large part from a program organized by the National Rifle Association. The measure, HB 2460, would base firearm education programs in elementary and middle schools on the NRA’s Eddie Eagle Gunsafe initiative. The sponsor of the […]

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Most Guns Ever Made In 2016

American gun manufacturers made more than 11 million firearms in 2016 — the most ever recorded, federal statistics indicate. The Annual Firearms Manufacturing and Export Report compiled last month shows gun makers distributed 11,497,441 firearms into the commercial market that year, including 4.7 million handguns and 4.2 million rifles. The year 2016 remains the industry’s […]

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Will California Allow Carry Permits

Two San Diego Democrats want all applicants for concealed carry permits in the state to complete at least eight hours of firearms training beforehand in addition to other requirements. The move by Assemblymembers Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher and Todd Gloria, AB 2103, would set a mandatory minimum for training to carry a gun in the state. The […]

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Sadly Gun Sales Down Again

Estimated gun sales fell 8 percent in January, according to an analysis of FBI data published this week. Dealers processed more than 1.9 million applications through the National Instant Criminal Background Check System last month — less than 2 percent behind 2017. Estimated gun sales — the sum total of transfers in the NICS’s handgun, […]

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Marines Might Adopt Army Snipers

The Marine Corps has eyes on the Army’s new sniper rifle hunt, according to Army officials who said both the Marines and Air Force are contemplating adopting the new weapon system when it becomes available. Task & Purpose reported that the despite budgetary issues currently sweeping through the Department of Defense, the Army fully intends […]

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This Fed Experiment Could Put the Economy at Risk

With the next recession on the horizon, the Fed is scrambling to prepare the economy. But the strategy they’re considering will take us into uncertain territory… Peter Reagan, February 6, 2018 Before the next severe downturn comes, the Fed recognizes they need to get ready. But with interest rates near 0% today, they won’t be […]

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Army Not Happy With MHS Problems

The Army’s Modular Handgun System hasn’t all been smooth sailing, according to recently released Pentagon documents indicating persistent problems with the Sig Sauer platform. An annual fiscal report released by the Pentagon’s Office of the Director of Operational Test and Evaluation detailed potential issues with the Sig Sauer XM17 and XM18 platforms. Among those listed […]

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