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ARES ARMOR RAIDED BY ATF!

F-Troop Seeks Customer List, “80 Percent” Receivers
By Harold Hutchison

Despite a restraining order, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives raided Ares Armor, a company that sells “80 percent lower receivers” to the general public. The raid came on the heels of a second raid targeting EP Armory, which made similar products.

SECOND AMENDMENT SHOWDOWN IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA!

Calif. gun shop fights ATF over customer’s names

A Southern California gun shop operator has obtained a temporary restraining order in U.S. District Court against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives over an effort by ATF agents to obtain a list of their customers, and the agency has until Friday to file an opposition to that court motion.

http://www.examiner.com/article/california-gun-shop-fights-atf-over-cust...

Article by Dave Workman

HITLER REACTS TO CONNECTICUT GUN REGISTRATION

Adolf Hitler reacts to the news of massive non-compliance with the gun-grab that was passed in the middle of the night last year in Connecticut.

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SECOND AMENDMENT SHAMING IN NEW YORK!

New York High School Imposes Suspension for NRA T-Shirt
By Harold Hutchison

A high-school sophomore in western New York, was punished for refusing to turn a NRA T-shirt inside-out. The student, 16-year-old Shane Kinney, received one day of in-school suspension.

According to media reports, the official reason given for the one-day in-school suspension, in which Kinney was placed in a room for most of the school day, was “insubordination.” The school’s code of conduct does not prohibit wearing clothing with images of firearms.

IDAHO SHOWS AMERICA REAL RESPONSIBILTY

Idaho governor signs guns-on-campus bill, defines responsibility

“As elected officials,” Otter said, “we have a sworn responsibility to protect and defend the Constitution – not only when doing so is easy, convenient or without cost, but especially when it is not. This legislation challenges us to fulfill that charge.”

http://www.examiner.com/article/idaho-governor-signs-guns-on-campus-bill...

Article by Dave Workman

RAHM EMANUEL 2016?

New Dem trial balloon? Anti-gun Rahm Emanuel for president

Yesterday’s Washington Times reported the speculation, apparently gathering some steam, that Democrat party insiders are promoting vehemently anti-gun Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel as the party’s presidential nominee in 2016.

http://www.examiner.com/article/new-dem-trial-balloon-anti-gun-rahm-eman...

Article by Dave Workman

AMERICANS PROVE GUN-GRABBER WRONG

Wisconsin anti-gunner blows it: people do want guns

When a prominent Wisconsin anti-gunner tried on Saturday to rebut Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke’s pro-self-defense comments during the Conservative Political Action Conference, he may have been both right and wrong about guns and private citizens.

http://www.examiner.com/article/wisconsin-anti-gunner-blows-it-people-do...

Article by Dave Workman

LAPIERRE TAKES THE MEDIA TO THE WOODSHED!

LaPierre blasts media, says ‘America is in trouble’

Growing numbers of Americans believe something has gone wrong in this country, they’re worried, and that’s why more people are buying firearms, according to Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president of the National Rifle Association, who spoke yesterday afternoon at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C.

http://www.examiner.com/article/lapierre-says-gun-sales-up-because-ameri...

Article by Dave Workman

NEW GUN GRAB IN NEW JERSEY?

Bill Would Ban Many .22 Rifles
By Harold Hutchison

New anti-Second Amendment legislation pending in New Jersey could wind up banning many popular rifles that fire the .22 long rifle cartridge. Furthermore, many of those rifles would be completely banned, making their owners felons.

GUN-GRAB SHOWDOWN IN CONNECTICUT?

Police Sending Letters to Gun Owners
By Harold Hutchison

Gun owners in Connecticut are receiving letters from the State Police, informing them that they have to either surrender certain semi-automatic firearms, sell them, or take them out of state. Furthermore, a spokesman for the Connecticut State Police has said cops will take part in confiscation if so ordered.

According to report by Ammoland.com, the letters have been sent to at least two hundred gun owners. This comes as there is one estimate that at least 350,000 people have refused to register their guns.

ATF LOSES MORE GUNS

Can We Trust it With Anything More Dangerous than a Snow-Cone?
By Harold Hutchison

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, already reeling from slimy store-front stings that exploited mentally disabled individuals and Operation Fast & Furious, is now reeling with a new public-relations disaster. This time, it involves losing firearms.

EXPORTING THE SECOND AMENDMENT

Ukrainian Gun Owners Seek Protection of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms
By Harold Hutchison

Ukrainian gun owners are seeking to enact a version of the Second Amendment into that country’s constitution. The call for the provision comes shortly after Viktor Yanukovych was forced out of office, and fled Kiev for Kharkov.

According to reports by Breitbart News, the Ukrainian Gun Owners Association declared that it would push for what they called “an unconditional right” for “Ukrainian citizens to bear arms.”

SAN DIEGO DEFIES COURT RULING!

Still Retains Restrictive Policy
By Harold Hutchison

Despite a court ruling that struck down its restrictive policy on issuing concealed-carry permits, San Diego County is still requiring “good cause” for the permits.

NEW JERSEY GUN LAW TARGETED

19 States Target “Good Cause” Requirement
By Harold Hutchison

Nineteen states have filed briefs asking the Supreme Court to review a court ruling that allowed New Jersey’s restrictive laws regarding concealed carry to stand.

"This decision out of New Jersey impacts the right to keep and bear arms outside of the home," Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead said earlier this week. "So, I felt it was necessary to have the attorney general support a petition to the Supreme Court to hear this case.”