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Demanding Moms have strange bedfellow in NAACP ‘jaywalking’ apologist
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.davidcodrea.com

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"The truth is, every one of them, NAACP, the Coalition, the Demanding Moms, and all the rest of the hive mind groups like MAIG, Brady, VPC, CSGV, etc., would rather see women, including women of color, beaten, raped and killed than armed."
 

US army builds fake city to shoot at during training
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The US army has built a fake city designed to be used during combat training exercises.
The 300 acre 'town' includes a five story embassy, a bank, a school, an underground subway and train station, a mosque, a football stadium, and a helicopter landing zone.
Located in Virginia, the realistic subway station comes complete with subway carriages and the train station has real train carriages.
The subway carriages even carry the same logo as the carriages in Washington DC
There are also bridges and several other structures which can be transformed into different scenarios.
The U.S. army's Army Asymmetric Warfare Group opened the training centre last month.
 

Court tosses California's concealed weapons rules
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A divided federal appeals court has struck down California's concealed weapons rules, saying they violate the Second Amendment right to bear arms.

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Thursday that California is wrong to require applicants to show good cause to receive a permit to carry a concealed weapon. The court ruled that all law-abiding citizens are entitled to carry concealed weapons outside the home for self-defense purposes.

The Supreme Court ruled in 2008 that law-abiding citizens can keep handguns in the home for self-defense purposes, but didn't address whether that right extends outside the home.

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Wow the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals did something right for a change.
 

Ninth Circuit affirms the right to carry for self-defense
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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So, basically, state or municipal government cannot prohibit a citizen from exercising their right to carry a firearm for self-defense purposes if they don’t demonstrate some arbitrary standard of “good cause” or “justifiable need.” They still can regulate the manner in which the gun is carried, but they can’t deny a citizen’s Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.
 

NY: Cosmetic tweaks to AR-15 thwart New York's 'ban' on assault rifles
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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But AR-15s, the most popular type of guns often referred to as assault weapons, are sold in Empire State gun shops, freely and legally. The gun is being marketed by Stag Arms as a "New York-compliant AR-15," and features a slightly modified stock and no bells and whistles. The gun does not have a pistol grip, for instance - one of the features banned by the act.

"This just shows that the gun prohibition lobby uses symbolic gestures over substance to push their anti-gun rights agenda. Banning guns based on cosmetic features proves that point," Alan Gottlieb, president of the Second Amendment Foundation, told FoxNews.com.
 

TX: PA man shot dead on Valentine’s Day
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Noel’s death is the third homicide in the city this year.

The first occurred Sunday, Jan. 5, in front of Speak Easy Lounge, 711 Procter St. The victim, Marcus Antonio Elmore, 32, died from a gunshot wound.

Police believe the shooting was in self defense.

Multiple witnesses on scene told police that Elmore was shot after pointing a handgun at a patron outside of the bar and the patron lawfully defended himself, according to a story that ran in the Jan. 7 edition of the Port Arthur News.
 

California's concealed-weapons rules tossed
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Monterey County Sheriff Scott Miller, who overhauled his department's concealed weapon permit process after taking office, said the ruling does not appear to affect the county's procedures.

Under previous administrations, Monterey County residents seeking a permit had to write a detailed explanation of why they needed to carry a concealed firearm. Such explanations are no longer required.

"'Personal protection' is enough to establish good cause," Miller said. "In return, we have a much more stringent screening process."

In fact, the county's background check and required psychological screening may be the most stringent in the state, Miller said.
 

Brady Campaign: CA’s Pro-Concealed Carry Ruling ‘Legal Error’
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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On February 13th 2014, a three-judge panel of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals struck down California’s requirement that citizens applying for concealed carry show “good cause” for keeping a handgun on their persons.

Later in the day, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence responded by labeling the ruling a “legal error” and expressing hope that “the entire Court” will correct the “mistake.”
 

FL: Thriving Florida tourism impervious to anger over Stand Your Ground law
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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The protests resemble efforts after a jury last year decided George Zimmerman was defending himself when he shot teen Trayvon Martin in Sanford. Last year, a variety of musicians, celebrities and politicians — from Stevie Wonder to the California Legislative Black Caucus — called for boycotts until Florida changed its controversial "stand your ground" law.

But such boycotts appear to have had little, if any, effect on tourism here. Gov. Rick Scott announced Friday that preliminary estimates from VISIT FLORIDA show more people visited in 2013 than ever before. Some 94.7 million visitors came, a 3.5 percent increase over 2012.
 

Significant victory for the Second Amendment in California court ruling
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Does the Second Amendment grant citizens the legal right to actually carry guns?

This would seem to be a no brainer - except the government of the state of California put severe limits on conceal carry permits.
The 9th district circuit court found those limits unconstitutional.
 

The Twilight of the Gun-Control Movement
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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We’ve had a generation or two of lawmakers — at first in both parties, then increasingly concentrated in the Democratic party — who believed that the Second Amendment was optional. Increasingly, courts are informing them otherwise.

Chuck Michel, California civil-rights attorney, summed it up quite simply on NRANews.com when he pointed out what’s really at issue in the legal challenge to the San Diego case, as well as the Heller case and the McDonald case challenge to Chicago’s gun laws: local lawmakers persisting in “calling it a regulation when what they really mean is a ban.”
 

RI: Fung and Block: Do Either Represent GOP on Guns?
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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The battle for the GOP nomination for Governor may include a shootout at the gun range. For most GOP candidates for office, the clear assertion of support for the 2nd Amendment is a given. But, for candidates Allan Fung and Ken Block their support for gun rights range from changing to never existed.

Where do the Republican candidates for Governor stand on gun rights -- and what do gun owners and second amendment supporters think of their positions?
 

CT: The Gun Report: February 14, 2014
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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...The Courant reported that state police had received only 47,916 completed registration forms by the end of last year, just 15 percent of what it should be. Haar estimates that 100,000 gun owners are flouting the law. Mike Lawlor, a criminal justice official, said an aggressive crackdown is unlikely, but those who haven’t yet registered may receive a letter. Tony Guglielmo, a Republican state senator on the public safety committee, said most of his friends with military-style rifles such as AR-15s had not come forward. “He made the analogy to prohibition,” Guglielmo said of one particular friend. “I said, ‘You’re talking about civil disobedience,’ and he said yes.”
 

CA: Murrieta Supervisor: Court's Pro-Gun Decision a Win for 'Second Amendment Rights'
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Riverside County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jeff Stone is praising a federal court decision favoring gun owners who want to carry concealed handguns for personal defense, saying the ruling was a victory for "Second Amendment rights."

"I'm in shock," Stone told City News Service on Thursday when informed about the 2- 1 decision in Peruta v. County of San Diego. "I can't believe the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals made a ruling that actually upholds the Constitution."
 

CA: GunbyGun finds an innovative way to battle the nation's gun glut
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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So, Johnstone, an entrepreneurial sort who lives in San Francisco, and his college buddy, Eric King, came up with a novel approach: A crowdfunded gun buyback enterprise called GunbyGun.

"Ultimately, the political process is broken on this issue," says King, an innovation specialist with the U.S. Agency for International Development, who lives in Washington, D.C.

So, why not turn to a market-based solution?

"That is something that we see as being truly an American way forward," King, 31, says. "It's this idea that we're going to allow people to act in their own self-interest to improve the safety in their own communities."
 

TX: Gun rights group schedules walk in Conroe on Saturday
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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The Texas Coalition for Gun Rights has organized a “Walk for Freedom” in Conroe on Saturday.

Walk participants will be carrying hunting rifles, AR-15s, AK-47s, and any other “long gun” of their choosing.

On Saturday, the largest pro-carry firearm group in the state will celebrate the 178th anniversary of Texas’ independence over Mexico by conducting several walks across Texas in cities such as Dallas and Midland. Other destinations announced for that weekend are San Antonio and possibly Corpus Christi, said Eric Reed, President and Founder of the Texas Leaders Coalition for Gun Rights.
 

ID: Bill aimed to prevent federal gun laws from being enforced in Idaho
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Gun-rights advocates and Idaho law enforcement have resolved differences over a bill that would punish Idaho police and sheriffs who help confiscate federally banned firearms.

The measure, which allows lawmakers to trumpet their Second Amendment credibility, cleared the Senate State Affairs Committee Friday.

That's a far cry from a year ago, when a similar measure stalled in the panel.

Then, there were concerns it might complicate relationships between Idaho police and federal agencies that cooperate on drug investigations.
 

Federal court guts Calif.'s concealed-carry rules
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Most Bay Area counties have policies similar to San Diego's. Alameda County, for example, requires an applicant to show "a documented, presently existing, clear and present danger to life, or great bodily harm" specific to the applicant or that person's immediate family. The applicant also must show that police or alternative measures can't adequately address that danger, and that issuing a permit is likely to significantly reduce the danger of harm.
 

WY: House panel endorses guns in schools bill
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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The House Education Committee on Friday endorsed a bill that would allow K-12 staff and employees to have guns at school.

The bill sponsored by Rep. John Eklund, R-Cheyenne, was approved on a 6-3 vote and now heads to the full House for further debate.

Under the proposal, local school boards could allow teachers and other school staff who hold concealed-carry permits to carry guns or have a weapon stored in a lock box on campus if they get proper training.
 

TX: Ted Nugent to Campaign With Texas GOP Gov. Candidate
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Conservative rocker and gun advocate Ted Nugent is teaming up with Greg Abbott on his campaign trail in the Texas race for governor.

Nugent, a Newsmax contributor who sits on the board of the National Rifle Association, will appear alongside the state’s attorney general on Tuesday during speeches in Denton and Wichita Falls, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Abbott, the likely GOP nominee for governor, is hoping to highlight his support of gun rights and his opposition to President Barack Obama’s policies by joining forces with Nugent, an outspoken advocate of the Second Amendment.
 

CT: Some late rifle and magazine registrations get OK
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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The state will accept rifle and magazine registrations from gun owners who tried to mail them in before the Jan. 1 deadline but found a post office closed early or missed the deadline for another reason.

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, a Democrat, made the decision not to deny those registrations late Friday. It came after the governor consulted with Attorney General George C. Jepsen.

Gun owners had complained that post offices closed early and without notice on Dec. 31, the last day to mail in registration forms to comply with last year's gun control law. Violators could face illegal gun possession charges.
 

CA: Bouncer's killer freed; self-defense declared in deadly downtown stabbing
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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A cook who stabbed an off-duty bouncer to death during a confrontation downtown has been released from jail after prosecutors declared that he was acting in self-defense, a decision sparked by the revelation that the man who died was also armed with a knife.

The 22-year-old San Jose man who works as a cook at a downtown restaurant may have at some point worked with 26-year-old San Jose resident Ryan Viri, who was well known in the downtown bar and restaurant scene.

Assistant District Attorney Marc Buller, who reviewed the case, said security cameras in the area recorded crucial parts of the interaction, and that the cook, who is 5 feet 9 inches tall, was reacting to the sight of an armed and advancing 6-foot-4-inch Viri.
 

MI: Attorney's gun self-defense advice is flawed
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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I am writing concerning the recent news article in which, Sean Maloney, a lawyer speaking at an NRA event gave legal advice to those contemplating the use of a firearm in a future “self-defense” situation.

As a former criminal defense attorney, I found his advice to be ethically flawed and, in practice, risky for one who legitimately acted in self-defense. Premeditation is the opposite of self-defense, and memorizing a rehearsed report prior to any incident smacks of premeditation.
 

OR: ‘This Is Marxism’: Cuban Refugee Manuel Martinez Confronts Oregon Lawmakers
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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“Don’t sell me this. A very powerful man tried to sell me this 50-something years ago, I didn’t buy it,” Martinez said. “This is Marxism, plain and clear.”

A man who fled Cuba’s communist regime in the 1960s blasted Oregon lawmakers Thursday during a public hearing on proposed gun control legislation.

Manuel Martinez, who narrowly escaped Cuba in 1962 after being imprisoned for opposing Fidel Castro, passionately defended the Second Amendment in front of Oregon’s Senate Judiciary Committee, comparing the state’s attempts to pass gun control to moves made by his former government.
 

What next for the Second Amendment and the right to carry guns?
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[UPDATE: As Daniel Schmutter pointed out, it's also possible that the Supreme Court will grant certiorari before then in the Third Circuit right-to-carry case, which involves much the same issue, Drake v. Filko. If so, then the Court will either grant in the Ninth Circuit case and consolidate the two, or it can hold on to the petition in the Ninth Circuit case pending the result in Drake, and -- if the Drake decision changes the result for the Ninth Circuit case -- send the case back down for further consideration in light of the Drake decision. In any event, whether the Court grants Drake or this case, it would likely decide the Second Amendment right-to-carry question.]
 

Concealed Carry in California: A benchmark win in 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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In addition to supporting the case financially from the beginning, the National Rifle Association filed a friend of the court brief in support of the plaintiffs.

“No one should have to wait until they are assaulted before they are allowed to exercise their fundamental right of self-defense,” said Chris W. Cox, Executive Director of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action. “The U.S. Supreme Court has already affirmed our Constitutional right to Keep Arms, and today, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the right to Bear Arms. Our fundamental, individual Right to Keep and Bear Arms is not limited to the home,” concluded Cox.
 

Crimson Trace Leads with Clean Green
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Crimson Trace, the firearms industry’s leader in laser sighting and tactical lighting products, announces the release of numerous Clean Green products in the company’s growing line of green laser sights.

Included in the expanding Clean Green product line are Laserguards for the following firearms: the LG-451 to fit full-size and compact 1911 handguns; the LG-452 for Gen. 4 and Third Generation Glocks; and the LG-453 for Springfield Armory’s XD and XD(M) full-size handguns.
 

AR: Open carry showdown in Mountain Home?
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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During an interview Tuesday, Baxter County Judge Mickey Pendergrass said he believes Act 746, passed into law last year by the Arkansas Legislature, allows for the open carrying of firearms. That interpretation is the polar opposite of the state’s top law enforcement official, Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel.

McDaniel rendered an opinion on the matter, with that decision initiated by a letter from State Sen. Eddie Joe Williams.
 

CA: Want a concealed weapons permit? Ruling may make it easier
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Gun-control advocates hope the ruling will be struck down.
“This decision is an aberration from other concealed carry case rulings around the nation and, in general, from other Second Amendment rulings,” said Deborah Hernandez, who launched the Orange County chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.
 

Two anniversaries gun control supporters aren’t celebrating
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Last month marked the 40-year anniversary of the founding of the National Council to Control Handguns, which in its early days openly admitted that it supported banning the private possession of handguns. It has since been renamed the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, and while its handgun banning rhetoric is more muted, its goals are still to ban guns by any means necessary.

Since the group’s formation, Americans have bought over 60 million handguns, bringing the total to somewhere around 100 million; 32 more states have adopted Right–to-Carry laws, bringing the total to 42; and, contrary to the group’s predictions, the nation’s murder rate has decreased to a 49-year low. That’s not much for anti-gun rabble-rousers to celebrate.
 

KY: Concealed Carry Reform Bill Passes in Committee & Goes to Senate Floor
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Senate Bill 60 passed in the state Senate Licensing, Occupations and Administrative Regulations Committee by voice vote and will now be considered by the full Senate.

Please call 800-372-7181 to register your SUPPORT for SB 60.

SB 60, sponsored by state Senator John Schickel (R-11), would reform the concealed carry permitting process by allowing instructors to issue training certificates to students who pass an accredited concealed carry course. This bill would also allow for concealed carry permit holders to carry while in businesses whose primary profits are derived from the sale of alcoholic beverages.
 

XS Sight Systems Returns As Sponsor of S&W IDPA Indoor Nationals
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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XS Sight Systems, makers of firearm sights that give the user considerable advantages in the highly dynamic world of threat situations, has again joined the list of major sponsors of the Smith & Wesson IDPA Indoor National Championship.

As part of their support, XS Sight Systems will be sponsoring one of the 14 stages in the course of fire.
 

Ninth Circuit Holds California's Carry License Laws Unconstitutional
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Months after the Sykes case was filed, a lawsuit that replicated the CGF/SAF lawsuit was filed in San Diego County by Mr. Edward Peruta. Thankfully, the National Rifle Association intervened in the Peruta matter, adding new plaintiffs and significant resources to the case's legal team including noted civil rights law firm Michel & Associates as well as former Solicitor General Paul Clement.

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Though the Richards and Peruta cases were heard by the same three judge Ninth Circuit panel on the same day, the Court has only released its opinion on the Peruta matter so far.
 

MO: NRA "Misfire" Unites Two Opposing MO Senators To Defend Gun Bill Amendment
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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This situation is among the most bizarre we've seen in the Missouri legislature. It's unclear to us how (and why) two political arch rivals came together for a press conference to defend an amendment neither really wants.

Nasheed actually slammed Nieves' bill to the Associated Press on Tuesday, saying, "I cannot support this legislation in good conscience."

As for Nieves, he openly dislikes the Nasheed's amendment and makes no mystery of his desire to slash it from his bill. He simply wants the NRA to correct its mistake and withdraw its opposition.

"Make no mistake, I am not crazy about the amendment and am confident it will not be in the final version of the bill," Nieves wrote in an official press release yesterday.
 

OH: Ohio Guard drill considered Second Amendment supporters as terrorist villains
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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An Ohio National Guard anti-terrorism drill conducted after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting used a terrorism scenario where the villains were “anti-government” activists interested “protecting gun rights and Second Amendment rights.”
 

WY: Second Amendment rights infringement needs corrected
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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My previous hope had been in the last legislative session that HB 105 would have borne fruit and this defect in state law corrected. As such was not the case, I ardently request that our legislators undertake a mission to correct this significant assault on our Second Amendment rights.

Don't you find it disconcerting that our gun-banning neighbors to the south, in Colorado, protected their citizens' rights on Colorado college campuses while Wyoming has not?
 

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