Tag Archives: 2nd. Amendment

Pro-CCL Law Would Allow Nationwide Privileges


    WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) yesterday introduced the Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2014, which would allow individuals with concealed carry privileges in their home state to exercise those rights in any other state that ...

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Common Sense Zero-Tolerance Act Introduced in Oklahoma


    OKLAHOMA CITY – Imagine getting a phone call as a parent that demands you come down to the school to pick up your child. It’s just after breakfast, you’re just about to start your day, and now you’re wondering ...

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City of Chicago Decides Not To Appeal Gun Shop Ruling


    CHICAGO – The mayor’s office has decided that they will not appeal a recent ruling that says a complete ban on gun sales within the city violates the Second Amendment. In a victory for 2nd. Amendment Rights earlier this ...

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Ohio Stand-Your-Ground Debate Turns To Race


COLUMBUS, OH – State legislators are continuing their debate regarding House Bill 203, which would expand Ohio’s castle doctrine and make it more similar to Florida’s SYG laws. Those in opposition of the bill have directly linked the George Zimmerman ...

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Piers Morgan Is At It Again


   Maybe you’ve been keeping up with the story out of Iowa that many counties are allowing people that are sight impaired to own a firearm. Piers Morgan, who entered the gun control debate after the Newtown, CT, tragedy by ...

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