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Attacks on police underscore why citizens pack hardware

Stories about cop attacks underscore why citizens go armed

Two stories over the past several days about attacks on sheriff’s deputies, one in King County and the other at the Grays Harbor County Courthouse in Montesano should be all the explanation one needs about why more than 353,000 active Washington concealed pistol licenses are now in public hands.


Article by Dave Workman

Gun banners get no benefit from Marysville shooting

Marysville tragedy will do gun control lobby no good

The death of any child is a tragedy, and over the weekend a 7-year-old girl was killed accidentally when she was accidentally shot by her brother after they found a loaded handgun in the glove box of the van they were in while their parents were in a nearby business.


Article by Dave Workman

Seattle, Maryland anti-gunners use familiar lame ploy

The flimsy sham of ‘public safety’ in gun prohibition argument

In the wake of Thursday’s gun rights victory in Washington State, as the final legal nail was driven into Seattle’s gun ban coffin by the State Supreme Court’s rejection of its appeal in Winnie Chan v. City of Seattle, Mayor Mike McGinn and City Attorney Pete Holmes played the “children and families” card.


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WA Supreme Court hands Seattle another loss on gun ban

SMACKDOWN: Gun rights prevail as WA Supremes deny Seattle’s appeal

The Washington State Supreme Court has unanimously rejected the City of Seattle’s request for review in its loss to the Bellevue-based Second Amendment Foundation in a case that struck down the city’s attempt to ban guns in city park facilities…


Article by Dave Workman

Official position on handling crime in Washington DC

Astonishing response to crime in the ‘other Washington’

No sooner had this column written about Washington Ceasefire’s new unilateral public disarmament bus billboard campaign in King and Snohomish counties than was it brought to our attention about the attitude towards armed self-defense in “the other Washington.”


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Ceasefire's anti-gun campaign v. U-District rapist

Ceasefire’s $50K anti-gun message v. U District rapist

In an ironic exercise of remarkably poor timing, Washington Ceasefire has launched a $50,000 advertising campaign with bus billboards in King and Snohomish counties aimed at convincing people they should not have guns in their homes.


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Maryland ruling demonized by anti-gunners

Maryland ruling: State AG will appeal, antis demonize decision

Monday’s big win for gun rights in Maryland – courtesy a lawsuit filed by the Bellevue-based Second Amendment Foundation on behalf of Maryland resident Raymond Woollard – is already being demonized by anti-gunners, and will likely be appealed by the State Attorney General.


Article by Dave Workman

Monster Maryland CCW ruling a big win for SAF

Maryland ruling a huge victory for CCW and SAF

A federal district court ruling in Maryland could pave the way for further Second Amendment challenges of state and local gun laws because the judge ruled that the right to keep and bear arms is not confined to one’s home, and that citizens do not need to provide a “substantial” reason for obtaining a carry permit, because the right to bear arms is all the reason one needs.


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Ted Nugent endorses Romney - BREAKING

Romney picks up key endorsement from Ted Nugent

Mitt Romney may finally be shaking a memory regarding gun control legislation that has haunted him since he was governor of Massachusetts by picking up a critical endorsement from hard-rocking pro-gun outdoorsman, author and gun rights icon Ted Nugent.


Article by Dave Workman