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Cellphone Case Turns Into Stun Gun
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A New Orleans company is turning cellphones into stun guns.
The new high-tech device, from the New Orleans-based company “Yellow Jacket Case” is hoping to turn your phone into a non-lethal form of self-defense.
 

Why Judges Matter?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Can a state attorney general unilaterally reinterpret a gun control statute to retroactively ban firearms that had been openly bought and sold within the state throughout the law’s 20-year history? William G. Young, a federal judge in Massachusetts, said “yes” in Workman v. Healy, the NRA-supported challenge to the attorney general’s ban.
 

FL: Milton Shooting That Left One Dead May have been Self-Defense in Family Squabble
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A Milton man was killed early Saturday morning in what police believe may have been a self-defense homicide. The Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office responded to the shooting around 7:20 a.m. in the 5500 block of Sweet Memory Lane, where Milton man Jeffrey Troy Pernicka, 32, was pronounced dead and another adult male was taken in for questioning.
 

The Sick Disease That Murders Our Kids at School
Submitted by: Robert Morse
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I’m a consumer of news just like you are. After each mass murder, the news media shouts that attacks on our schools and churches are a growing epidemic. “Experts” appear on the news and tell us to turn in our guns to make America safer. Once we read past the headlines, then we can see that the media might not be interested in the truth.

We are building mass murderers here in the US, and the news media is complicit in killing our kids.
 

Fury: WA Activists to Battle High Court’s I-1639 Reverse
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Evergreen State gun rights activists are furious that the state’s liberal Supreme Court ruled unanimously Friday to allow anti-gun Initiative 1639 back on the November ballot despite what appears to be a clear conflict with state legal requirements for initiative petitions.

The Seattle Times broke the news late Friday afternoon, as did the Seattle P-I.com.
 

UT: University of Utah Reassigns Grad Assistant After Creating Anti-Gun “Second Amendment Zone” in Class Room
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A graduate assistant was reassigned from teaching a class at the University of Utah after she said that bringing a concealed carry gun to class “is absurd, antisocial, and frightening behavior,” and that any of her students — even if permitted — who do so would be forced to stand in a “3×3 taped square.” State law allows people to tote guns on public university campuses without restrictions if they have concealed-weapons permits.
 

Rio Ammunition Shows Support for the Second
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Rio Ammunition is wearing its heart on its sleeve. Its latest packaging promotion includes a message to join the NRA and it is launching a two-pronged effort to back the mission financially. The visual change to its boxes comes in what Rio is calling its Patriot Pack of 100 wingshooting and target 12-gauge shotgun cartridges. In conjunction with the design change, the company is pledging to donate $1 for every Patriot Pack sold between now and June 15. The money will fund various NRA programs that promote the Second Amendment.
 

ACLU Defends The NRA Against Andrew Cuomo's "Blacklisting Campaign"
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://constitutionnetwork.com

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The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) defended the National Rifle Association (NRA) by opposing New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s attempts to put the gun advocacy group out of business. The ACLU submitted an amicus brief in federal court on Saturday, weighing in on the on-going battle between the Democrat and the NRA.
 

MA: Student Gun Control Advocates Protest Outside Smith & Wesson
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Student gun control advocates and one of the survivors of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting on Sunday completed a 50-mile, four-day march in Massachusetts to the headquarters of gun manufacturer Smith & Wesson, where they protested gun violence and weapons manufacturing. More than 100 protesters rallied outside company headquarters in Springfield. They held American flags and signs that read "We Can End Gun Violence" and "Books not Bullets."
 

Trump blames Dem Immigration Policies for Murder of Mollie Tibbetts
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Donald Trump is being accused of turning the tragedy of the murder of Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts into a political issue. There's nothing subtle about the president's approach.
 

Tech Mogul John McAfee: ‘If We Are All Armed, We Are All Equal’
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Tech mogul John McAfee personally stays armed 24/7 and wholeheartedly believes, “If we are all armed, we are all equal.” The San Francisco Chronicle reports that McAfee has a security detail, but he keeps a gun on his person in case an attacker is able to circumvent the detail.
 

MSNBC Guest Suggests Arming Teachers Will Lead to Black Students 'Getting Shot' For Discipline
Submitted by: David Williamson
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During Thursday morning's MSNBC Live, host Hallie Jackson and her panel engaged in a discussion about a New York Times report describing Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’s plans to allow schools to use Federal funds to buy guns for their teachers and it included quite a head-scratcher as the headline indicates. After playing a clip of President Trump advocating that “we have to harden our schools” shortly after the Parkland, Florida school shooting, Jackson opened by proclaiming that DeVos’s new policy proposal “would be a major change away from the government’s longstanding policy not to set up schools with weapons.”
 

TX: Man Shot After he Forced Himself Into His Wife’s Friend’s Apartment, Police Say
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A man was shot in the chest after he kicked in the door of his wife’s friend Saturday night. Houston police were called to a shooting in the 2100 block of Lake Hills Dr. in Kingwood. According to police, a woman was visiting a man in his apartment when her husband came to the unit and kicked in the door.
 

MSNBC's McCaffrey Claims 'Automatic' Guns Used by Civilians in Shootings
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Appearing as a guest on Sunday's MSNBC Live with David Gura, longtime MSNBC analyst and retired General Barry McCaffrey oddly claimed that both "automatic and semi-automatic" weapons are used by mass shooters, and likened mass attacks to the time he was hit by machine gun fire in the Vietnam War, as he gave the impression that rapid fire machine guns are readily available to U.S. civilians. He also went on to call for gun registration and efforts to reduce the number of guns.
 

SD: Rapid City Store to Quit Selling Guns After Burglaries
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The owner of a Rapid City sporting goods store says he will no longer sell guns after his business was burglarized for the second time in less than three years. Burglars broke into The Rooster on Wednesday and stole 20 to 30 handguns.
 

VA: Suffolk Gun, Tactical Gear Store Burglarized, Police Say
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Suffolk store that sells guns, military surplus and other tactical gear was broken into Sunday, according to Suffolk police. Police learned of the burglary at CE Tactical, in the 1200 block of Holland Road, around 4:42 a.m.
 

The Maker of the AK-47 Wants to Sell Electric Cars
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The producer of the AK-47 unveiled an electric concept vehicle on Thursday at a Russian arms show called Army 2018. The company said in a statement that its CV-1 can travel as far as 350 kilometers (217 miles) on a single charge, and accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in six seconds. The concept's retro design is based on a popular Soviet-era hatchback.
 

Five Ways to Carry Your Defensive Firearm
Submitted by: David Williamson
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It almost seems that everywhere you look, there is a new holster coming out for every square inch of our bodies. As if we could possibly carry our firearm anywhere we want to anymore. Just because we “can” do something doesn’t necessarily mean we “should.” When choosing a holster for your carrying needs, it is very important to make sure it has everything that a holster needs to fulfill its purpose. A holster isn’t just an optional decorative accessory to your firearm. It is an absolute must if you want to safely carry or carry and conceal your gun.
 

FL- Witness-'I'm not going to blame guns for this'
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A witness who came into town for the Jacksonville Madden tournament said, 'This is just sad, it shouldn't happen, it honestly should never happen. I'm not going to blame guns for this.'
 

MD: Dumais Looks To Ban 3D Guns in Maryland
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Weeks after a federal judge blocked the release of blueprints for a 3D-printed gun, a Maryland legislator is looking to outlaw the untraceable firearms in the state. Majority Leader Kathleen Dumais (D-15) said she plans to propose a bill in the next legislative session that will ban the possession of 3D-printed guns.
 

Range Review: Walther Arms PPQ SC
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In the middle of the 1950s, a British firearms expert named Geoffrey Boothroyd gave a piece of advice to the novelist Ian Fleming about what guns his fictional spy, James Bond, should be using in the novels that Fleming was writing. Among the guns that Boothroyd suggested was the Walther PPK, a small, easy to conceal, hammer-fired pistol, and Walther’s reputation as the preferred choice of secret agents had begun.
 

AR: Local Law Maker Discusses Enhanced Carry Law
Submitted by: David Williamson
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One of our very own caught up with a local law maker who was behind Arkansas Act 562, otherwise known as the Enhanced Carry law. It's an act allowing the possession of a concealed weapon on university campuses after a person undergoes additional training. Representative Charlie Collins said this allows more guns to be at the ready in the event of an active shooter.
 

ME: Maine's Fall Hunting Seasons Get Started With Youth Bear Day
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Maine's youngest hunters are headed to the woods for the state's annual youth bear hunting day. The fall bear hunt kicks off on Saturday with youth day, which takes place everywhere in the state that hunting is allowed. Licensed junior hunters are allowed to take bears with a firearm, bow and arrow or crossbow.
 

Knowing The Regulations is Your Responsibility as a Hunter
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Throughout my career as a hunter and someone employed by the outdoor industry, I have hunted in many areas of the country. In doing so, one of the most time-consuming tasks after the tag has been drawn and the hunting license was purchased is the reading and understanding of the state’s hunting regulations. Each state is different and some states are very different than home when it comes to their game laws.
 

Colorado Hunter 2018: Bagging one of The Big Three — Elk Hunting in Northwest Colorado
Submitted by: David Williamson
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During his lifetime, Northwest Colorado hunter Tim Meyer has had to change his approach to hunting herds of mule deer, elk and pronghorn antelope. These days, he might have to work a little harder, but it's still as much fun to him as his first hunt, at age 12.
 

Michigan Grandfather’s Suit Against Adoption Agency’s Gun-Storage Rule Moves Forward
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A federal judge ruled on Thursday that a suit against Michigan's requirement that foster parents keep their firearms locked away at all times could move forward. William and Jill Johnson sued the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services after William claimed he was told he’d either have to give up his gun rights or give up his grandson. Johnson said in his court complaint that a caseworker told him "if you want to care for your grandson you will have to give up some of your constitutional rights."
 

Defense Distributed Appeals to Bitcoin Whales
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Texas nonprofit, headed by anarchist and activist Cody Wilson, is an organization that aims to distribute open source, downloadable 3D-printed weapons. After several attorneys general sued earlier this month, a Washington state federal judge temporarily blocked the release of ten blueprints ordered the website to be shut down. Cody Wilson is determined to fight back in court. On Thursday he made an appeal to cryptocurrency enthusiasts on Twitter, asking them to donate to Defense Distributed’s legal defense fund.
 

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