Associated Press snagged in anti-gun electioneering

Associated Press snagged in anti-gun electioneering

The Second Amendment Foundation says it has caught the Associated Press wire service blatantly electioneering against guns in the lead-up to the 2018 midterm elections. Such bias “invariably seems to show up in headlines and news reports just prior to an election,” said a statement from the foundation’s headquarters in Washington state. “We’ve got an […]

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Kuster, Negron clash over immigration, gun control

Kuster, Negron clash over immigration, gun control

Incumbent 2nd Congressional District Democrat Ann McLane Kuster listens to Republican challenger Steve Negron during the Granite State Debates for 2nd Congressional District held at NH Institute of Politics Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018 in Goffstown, N.H. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader via AP, Pool) Thomas Roy Incumbent 2nd Congressional District Democrat Ann McLane Kuster debates Republican challenger […]

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Constitution’s Second Amendment gun rights invoked in birthright citizenship debate

Constitution’s Second Amendment gun rights invoked in birthright citizenship debate

Alexander DeGarmo from Greenwood, Neb., speaks about the second amendment in front of the Supreme Court, Tuesday, June 26, 2018 in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) President Trump’s challenge this week to the long-held understanding that the Constitution guarantees citizenship to children born on U.S. soil, even if their mother was in the country illegally, has […]

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Campus carry was the right call

Campus carry was the right call

Protestors complained it reduces the safety of students and faculty, stifles free speech, and hurts both faculty hiring and students applying. However, two years later, it appears those concerns have been unfounded. In 2015, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a controversial law allowing licensed students to carry a concealed handgun on college campuses. At the […]

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Big Money Pushes Gun-Hater for Nevada State Supreme Court

Big Money Pushes Gun-Hater for Nevada State Supreme Court

Nevada voters will choose Nov. 6 between lower-court judges Jerry Tao and Elissa Cadish for a seat on their state Supreme Court. And Cadish presumably has to be favored, having raised six times as much money for the race — more than $600,000 to date, against Judge Tao’s $100,000. ( https://www.reviewjournal.com/news/politics-and-government/nevada/clark-county-judge-has-big-money-lead-in-supreme-court-race/ .) Jerry Tao is […]

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Campus carry was the right call

Campus carry was the right call

Protestors complained it reduces the safety of students and faculty, stifles free speech, and hurts both faculty hiring and students applying. However, two years later, it appears those concerns have been unfounded. In 2015, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a controversial law allowing licensed students to carry a concealed handgun on college campuses. At the […]

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