Gun Control

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New Tennessee Legislation Would Allow Lawful 18-Year-Olds Carry Handguns Without a Government Permit
In 2021, Tennessee improved its pro-Second Amendment standing by passing Constitutional Carry, the simple idea that any lawful individual should be allowed to carry a firearm without having to beg the government for permission.  Now, Tennessee wants to further bolster its image by passing a bill that would lower the minimum age for lawful Tennesseans to carry a handgun. Read More.
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Denver City Council Committee Delayed Vote on Concealed Weapon Prohibition in City-Owned Buildings
Will Denver become a safe space for civilian disarmament? On April 13, 2022, the Denver City Council’s Safety, Housing, Education and Homelessness Committee delayed its vote on a bill that would limit concealed carry in buildings owned, leased by or leased to the city, in addition to Denver parks. Now the vote is set for April 27. Read More.
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POLL: Most Voters Don’t Believe Gun Control Will Stop Shootings
Are Americans catching on to the futility of gun control? According to a poll by Rasmussen Reports, 51% of American voters do not believe that stricter gun control measures would prevent mass public shootings. Read More.
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Utah Governor Spencer Cox Signs Bill Strengthening the State’s Preemption Bill
Utah is not going to let the Left turn its cities into anti-gun power bases.  On March 24, 2022,  Governor Spencer Cox signed Senate Bill 115 to strengthen Utah’s firearm preemption law. Read More.
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Firearm Industry Experiences Significant Growth in Economic Impact Over the Past Decade
The American firearms industry is alive and well.  According to a report by Jim Grant of AmmoLand, the total economic impact of the firearm industry went from $19.1 billion in 2008 to $70.52 billion in 2021. Similarly, the total number of full-time equivalent jobs grew from roughly 166,000 to over 375,819 in that same time period, which represented a 126% increase. Read More.
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Will Missouri Pass 2 New Pro-Gun Bills?
Will Missouri lawmakers continue strengthening the state's pro-Second Amendment profile? Read More.
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Biden's Proposed Budget Hands the ATF an Additional $1.7 BILLION in Funding
This is a 17% increase to their already bloated budget. Read More.
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Several Members of Congress Ask Uncomfortable Questions About ATF Suppressor Rejections
In politics, nothing meaningful ever gets done by letting things spontaneously play out. There ultimately needs to be a concerted effort on the part of politicians and interest groups to make sure a certain agenda is realized, for good or for ill.  Read More.
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National Association for Gun Rights’ PAC Endorses Eric Schmitt for the United States Senate
On March 28, 2022, the National Association for Gun Rights Political Action Committee endorsed the current Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt for the U.S. Senate. Read More.
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South Dakota Continues Sticking it to Gun Control Inc by Passing 3 Pro-Second Amendment Bills
While passing Constitutional Carry is a good thing, there’s a lot of other gun control measures that have to be rolled back. In 2019, South Dakota passed Constitutional Carry during a year that Oklahoma and Kentucky passed said legislation.   Read More.
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Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer Vetoes Bill Protecting the Right to Bear Arms During Times of Emergency
Thanks to the massive polarization of American politics along partisan lines, it has become very predictable in determining how a politician will vote. This is especially true for politicians holding statewide office. Democrats generally vote for gun control whereas Republicans vote against the idea or advance pro-gun reforms if they have pro-liberty tendencies. Read More.
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Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds Takes a Firm Stance Against Gun Control
Strong political leadership is hard to find among statewide office holders these days. Most political leaders govern by polling and don’t take any significant political risk on issues concerning individual liberties.  For example, the average Republican politician will cower in the wake of controversial mass shooting incidents. Some will even go as far as to propose their own versions of gun control.  Read More.
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US District Court Gives Gun Control Inc. a Black Eye by Striking Down Rhode Island Stun Gun Ban
Is there hope for rolling back gun control in blue states? ​​​​​​​The United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island ruled that Rhode Island’s ban on the possession of stun guns was unconstitutional per the Second Amendment.  Read More.
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While No One Was Looking, the U.S. Senate Passed a New Gun Grab
It’s often the times when we least expect it that tyrannical measures get passed. Congress critters rely on people getting distracted with whatever outrage incident pops up so that they have enough breathing room to sneak in gun control while everyone is distracted.  Read More.
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Boulder and a Coalition of Other Anti-Gun Cities in Colorado Want to Create Anti-Second Amendment Safe Spaces
Boulder, Colorado is trying to become an anti-gun safe space. And it’s likely working with other anti-gun cities to realize this anti-constitutional vision.  Since the Boulder, Colorado mass shooting of March 22, 2021, which saw a deranged individual kill 10 people , Colorado gun control activists have been working overtime to further solidify Colorado's status as one of the most anti-Second Amendment states in the nation.   Read More.

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