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AL: Walt Maddox won’t Try to End the Second Amendment — Unless He Has a Good Reason
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://constitutionnetwork.com

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For Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox to have a realistic shot at becoming Alabama’s next governor, two improbable events will have to occur. First, his Republican opponent incumbent Gov. Kay Ivey will have to face a scandal proportionate to the scandals Roy Moore encountered during his years in the political arena, including the allegations of having inappropriate relationships with minors, which plagued his 2017 U.S. Senate special election. Second, Maddox will have to portray himself as a moderate Democrat with conservative leanings.
 

Most High School Students Want Stricter Gun Control
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Nearly two-thirds of high school students believed tighter gun control laws would decrease the amount of mass shootings, but most also thought people should have the right to own guns in the home, researchers found.
 

Dem. Attorneys General Sue Trump Admin. Over 3-D Gun Settlement
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Nine Democrat Attorneys General have sued the Trump administration, challenging an out-of-court settlement made last month by the Justice Department with Defense Distributed and the Second Amendment Foundation over release of 3-D gun technology, but the move is being heavily criticized by many readers of Washington State’s largest newspaper. Led by Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, who has made a habit of suing the Trump almost since the 2017 inauguration, the group also includes attorneys general from neighboring Oregon, plus New York, Maryland, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia.
 

6 Dead, 37 Wounded In Chicago Weekend Shootings
Submitted by: David Williamson
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At least six people were killed, and 37 others were wounded in shootings across the city from Friday evening until early Monday, including a man who was grazed by a stray bullet while sleeping in his Little Village home, and a 57-year-old man who was killed in an attempted home invasion. The most recent shooting happened around 2:40 a.m. Monday at the corner of 24th and Trumbull. Police said two men were standing on the corner when three suspects approached and opened fire.
 

FL: Decision on Stand Your Ground Parking Lot Shooter Could Take Months
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://constitutionnetwork.com

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The Pinellas County Sheriff said it could be weeks or months before the state attorney Bernie McCabe’s office is complete makes a decision to charge the shooter in the July 19 killing of Markeis McGlockton. McGlockton was killed after an altercation with a man in a Clearwater parking lot.
 

NRATV’s Cam Edwards: Gun Control Groups See Kavanaugh Confirmation as Doomsday
Submitted by: David Williamson
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On this week’s episode of Bullets, AWR Hawkins talks with NRATV’s Cam Edwards about the gun grabbing left’s Doomsday scenario. Edwards has spent many years in the fight for Second Amendment freedom. Listen now as he discusses the 9th Circuit’s pro-open carry ruling and the utter fear that grips gun controllers when they consider Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
 

President’s Column- Defeating The Repeal Of The Second Amendment
Submitted by: David Williamson
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This is one of the most critical times in the 147-year history of the National Rifle Association. That’s not an exaggeration. In fact, it might understate the challenging reality we face today. The all-out assault against the NRA is unprecedented. Financial, digital and physical attacks over the past several months have been vicious. So, too, are the extralegal coercion and the mounting flood of legislative and media threats from adversaries who seek to destroy the NRA and obliterate our Second Amendment freedom.

 

Firearms from over 450 Floridians Seized Under Gov. Rick Scott’s Gun Controls
Submitted by: David Williamson
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On March 9, 2018, Breitbart News reported that Scott signed a $400 million gun control bill, which included confiscation of firearms and waiting periods for long gun purchases. The confiscatory portion of the bill was presented as a way to prevent another Parkland-style shooting, but such a law already existed in California where high profile shootings remain a common occurance.
 

Interview With Country Music Star, J.D. Shelburne
Submitted by: David Williamson
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J.D. Shelburne grew up on a tobacco farm in the small Kentucky town of Taylorsville. At the age of 19, his grandmother passed away, and he found comfort in country music. This comfort would change his life forever. Instead of music just being a comfort, he decided to make it his life and set out to entertain the masses all over the country. J.D. has performed over 1000 concerts and 300 festivals. He has been featured on CMT and Great American Country. He even edged out Taylor Swift as the number one trending artist on CMT.com. All the while he remained a down to earth farm boy.

 

WA: Starting Saturday, Everett Residents Face Fine if Stolen Guns Not Reported
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Everett gun owners could be fined up to $250 if they do not report their lost or stolen firearms within 24 hours.
The Daily Herald reports the Everett City Council passed an ordinance earlier this month, making it an offense for not reporting a lost or stolen gun inside the city. The law goes into effect Saturday.
 

Actually, Guns Do Kill People
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A new study published in the journal JAMA Network Open underscores an often overlooked factor in gun-policy debates: When it comes to lethality, not all guns are created equal. Analyzing data on hundreds of shootings in Boston from 2010 to 2014, Anthony Braga of Northeastern University and Philip Cook of Duke University found that on a bullet-per-bullet basis, shootings committed with a large-caliber firearm are much more likely to result in a fatality than those with a smaller-caliber gun.
 

Outside Washington, Republican Reap Praise for Gun Safety
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Months after Florida Republican Rick Scott bucked the powerful firearms lobby to enact ambitious gun safety measures in his state, Florida community leaders say the governor has the public on his side — potentially offering a road map for other Republicans grappling with the issue.
 

FL: Jacksonville Police- 11 Guns Stolen From Unlocked Cars in 14 days
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office on Monday night released new numbers about guns stolen from unlocked cars throughout the city. In the last two weeks, police said, 11 guns were stolen out of 89 unlocked vehicles. So far this year, according to JSO, 269 guns have been stolen during 249 unlocked vehicle burglaries. The Sheriff's Office continues to remind people to follow the #9PMRoutine and lock car doors at night.
 

CT: GOP Candidates Pursue Gun Owners Ahead Of Pivotal Statewide Primaries
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Eager to prove their bona fides to Connecticut’s half-a-million gun owners — an active part of a conservative base that reliably turns out for primaries — top Republican office seekers have applied for pistol permits, hit the shooting range and even dined on game. But no one has more aggressively courted Second Amendment voters than Tim Herbst, the runner-up for the state GOP’s endorsement for governor and owner of a Glock 27 handgun.
 

TX: After School Shooting, Santa Fe ISD Accepts Gift of AR-15 Rifles to Arm Campus Officers
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Santa Fe ISD has accepted a number of donations to ensure student safety and healing in the months following the May shooting that killed 10 and wounded 13. On Monday night, district trustees voted to add eight AR-15 rifles to that list. The anonymous donation worth about $20,000 included ammunition, rifle optics, rental fees for a local gun range, tuition for shooting courses, the Houston Chronicle reported.
 

HI: Photographer Challenges Hawaii Taser Ban on 2nd Amendment Grounds
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A recent federal appeals court ruling struck down restrictions on who is allowed to openly carry a firearm in Hawaii. But the attorneys who helped secure that decision are also taking aim at Hawaii's law that bans civilians from owning stun guns and Tasers. Photographer Andrew Namiki Roberts wants to carry a Taser along with his pricey gear when he goes out on shoots.
 

Ohio 12th District In Danger From Gun Grabber, Vote for Troy Balderson
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Ohio 12th District includes Delaware, Licking, and Morrow counties, plus parts of Franklin, Marion, Muskingum, and Richland. If you live in this District, please READ THIS … Ohio's 12th District is in danger of being lost to a gun grabber. That's why it's vital that you VOTE for BFA and NRA endorsed Troy Balderson.
 

DE: Delaware Deer Hunting Season Includes Sundays to Assist With Overpopulation
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://constitutionnetwork.om

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As deer overpopulation becomes a concern in Delaware, the General Assembly passed legislation to allow 18 extra Sunday's in this year's hunting season. But some community members say it might not be enough to help with the mass amounts of deer in Delaware. Ernest Vogl is a farmer in Harrington who says deer have been causing him grief for his crops.
 

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