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Do You Think Teachers Should be Allowed to Conceal Carry?

That question was asked by a partnership of Newsweek and Quora and one teacher responded in the post below. Personally, I believe that every teacher and school staff member that is properly trained, should be allowed to conceal carry weapons on school campuses. If more of them were armed, fewer wackos will target schools and […]

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Dem. Sen. Pushing Trump for Universal Background Checks

Even though President Donald Trump has repeatedly said that he is pro-Second Amendment, congressional Democrats are still trying to push their anti-Second Amendment agenda of disarming the American people. Some Democrats, such as Sen. Joe Manchin, of West Virginia, are trying to persuade Trump to support gun control efforts such as universal background checks. West […]

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There’s a New Sheriff in Town, Boys! (A.F. Branco Cartoon)

With President Trump the policy of strategic patience is over, he also brings a welcome end to Obama’s ridiculous “Apology Tour”. Political Cartoon by A.F. Branco ©2017. TRENDING ON Keep And Bear To see more Legal Insurrection Branco cartoons, click here. A.F.Branco Coffee Table Book <—- Order Here! Donations/Tips accepted and appreciated –  $1.00 – $5.00 […]

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Pennsylvania Bill to Re-establish Preemption Gun Law

A preemption law is one that requires all locally passed gun ordinances or laws be uniform and in agreement with state laws. It prevents a patchwork of different gun control laws in different counties and cities throughout the state. Pennsylvania had a preemption law in 2014, but the state Supreme Court struck the measure down. […]

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FL Teacher Bans Students from Wearing Cross Necklaces

Lora Jane Riedas, a Florida teacher at Hillsborough County Public School, has reportedly banned three students so far from wearing a cross necklaces, symbolizing Christianity, to her class. A non-profit litigation group has taken an interest in the situation, and sent a letter to the school’s superintendent, Jeff Eakins, explaining the wrong-doings of Riedas. TRENDING ON Keep […]

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