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Lawmakers Override Governor’s Veto To Pass Constitutional Carry In Missouri

bearingarms.com The Missouri House and Senate voted to override Democrat Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of Senate Bill 656 yesterday, making Missouri the 11th state to reassert the right of citizens to carry a firearm for self-defense without a permission slip from the government. The votes to institute so-called “constitutional carry” were not even close. Missouri lawmakers have overridden a veto of…

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Murder/Suicide At UCLA Shows Pointless Futility of “Gun Free Zones”

Investigators in Los Angeles are still searching for a motive in Wednesday’s murder-suicide at the UCLA campus. Sources identify the gunman as Mainak Sarkar. He used a 9mm semi-automatic pistol to kill 39-year-old engineering professor William Scott Klug in an office, before taking his own life. UCLA officials are also reviewing safety protocols as the shooting revealed a problem with the…

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ANTI-GUN BOXER: MY ARMED SECURITY SAVED ME FROM BERNIE VOTERS

Anti-gun Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) said she was “fortunate” she had armed security to save her from Bernie Sanders supporters. Boxer was at the Nev. State Democratic Party’s 2016 State Convention when Bernie voters disrupted the event on Saturday. “It was a scary situation,” Boxer told CNN on Wednesday. “I was there… It was frightening.” “I had — I was…

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HALF OF 2015 MURDER INCREASES CAME FROM THREE CITIES

By Chuck Baldwin April 28, 2016 NewsWithViews.com A recent study by the Brennan Center for Justice shows that more than half of all of the murder increases in the United States were centered in just three cities: Baltimore, Maryland; Chicago, Illinois; and Washington, D.C. That’s an incredible statistic when you stop and think about it. Over half of U.S. murder…

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NO-FLY LIST: SHADES OF NAZI GERMANY

By Chuck Baldwin December 10, 2015 NewsWithViews.com Democrat Congressman Mike Thompson (CA) and Republican Congressman Peter King (NY) are trying to push a bill through Congress that would deny gun purchases to people who are on the federal government’s “no-fly” list. President Obama took to the national airwaves a few days ago to further pressure Congress to pass this legislation….

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The facts shoot holes in Obama’s claim that US is only host to mass killings

By John R. Lott On Tuesday, President Obama stunned Americans and French alike with his false claims about gun violence in America. “I say this every time we’ve got one of these mass shootings. This just doesn’t happen in other countries,” claimed Obama. It is a claim that he has continually repeated over the years. Talk about being self-absorbed. The…

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Prescription drugs far more dangerous to Americans than guns

(NaturalNews) It’s official: Guns are not the deadliest things in the only country on Earth with a recognized right to “keep and bear arms,” as the political Left would have you believe. Turns out that Big Pharma is the nation’s most deadly killer. In recent days, Drug Enforcement Agency Acting Administrator Chuck Rosenberg announced results from the 2015 National Drug…

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The beginning of secession? Texas wants to nullify all federal gun laws

  (NaturalNews) Ever since the Republic of Texas agreed to become a part of a growing United States, there has remained an independence streak a country-mile-wide in what was, until the admission of Alaska, the biggest enclave in the Union. “Independence-minded Texan,” in fact, is a bit of a redundancy. So it comes as no surprise that the Lone Star…

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College shooting town sheriff has strong 2nd Amendment stand

ROSEBURG, Ore. — The sheriff overseeing the investigation of the Oregon college shooting has been vocal in opposing state and federal gun-control legislation. Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin registered his opposition this year as state lawmakers considered requiring background checks on private, person-to-person gun sales. Hanlin told a legislative committee in March that a background-check mandate wouldn’t prevent criminals from…

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