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Note to Trump Foes: The Horse is Dead, Stop Beating It
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

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The weekend release of a summary of Robert Mueller’s report that there had been no evidence found to say the president’s campaign had “conspired or coordinated” with Russia to win in 2016. But that’s not good enough for the diehards who refuse to acknowledge that Trump won and Hillary Rodham Clinton lost; that it was the Electoral College not the Kremlin that pulled the rug from under Hillary just when she was ready to prance into the Oval Office.
 

Founding Fathers: Quotes on Liberty and Freedom from America's Revolutionaries
Submitted by: David Williamson
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An iconic group of men who led the American Revolution against the British Crown, the Founding Fathers' legacy lives on today as we continue our fight for this great nation. Below are our favorite founding fathers quotes about liberty and freedom.
 

Houston police sergeant charged with murdering his wife
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A Houston police sergeant was charged with murder after his wife, a longtime elementary school librarian, was shot dead over the weekend, according to police.

An arrest warrant on suspicion of murder was issued for Houston police Sgt. Hilario Hernandez, 56, after Belinda Hernandez, 52, was found shot to death in a Pearland, Texas, home Saturday. A family member had reported finding the body, according to the Pearland Police Department.

Hilario Hernandez was detained later Saturday in Kingsville, more than 250 miles south of where his wife was found dead, Pearland police spokesman Officer Jason Wells said.
 

Congress debates 'Charleston gun loophole' bill in DC
Submitted by: David Williamson
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There's a push to end the so-called 'Charleston gun loophole' across the country. Supporters are pushing to extend gun background checks on Capitol Hill. But as Washington Correspondent Alana Austin reports, this bill faces critics and an uphill battle. "Cynthia was my older sister, someone that I love and adore," said Malcolm Graham.
 

Florida Senate looks to clear way for guns at churches
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A controversial gun-rights proposal that was sidetracked last year in the wake of the mass shooting at a Broward County high school started moving in the Senate on Monday. Voting 4-2 along party lines, the Senate Judiciary Committee backed a measure (SB 1238) that would allow individuals with concealed-weapons permits to carry guns at churches and other religious institutions that share property with schools.
 

OH: Settlement allows students to store firearms in cars on Ohio State campus
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A student gun-rights group has announced a settlement with Ohio State University over the ability of concealed-carry permit holders to store guns in vehicles.The Students for Concealed Carry Foundation group says the settlement resolves a lawsuit first brought in 2014.
 

Robber With Fake Gun Shot By Victim With Real Gun In Robbery Attempt
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Herald.Net reported Friday, March 8, 2019, in Everett Washington, two men met in Everett for the sale of an iPhone. The buyer didn’t intend to pay. The fake buyer reportedly used a fake gun to try to rob his victim during the transaction. The intended target had a real gun and shot him, according to police. Everett Police Lt. Ryan Dalberg said the two parties met at the South Everett Park & Ride.
 

New Women’s League Among Expanded Options For Shooting Enthusiasts
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A national women’s-only shooting league is launching a new chapter in Traverse City – one of several indicators that hunting and shooting continue to enjoy steady popularity in northern Michigan, along with the opening of a new shooting range and a rise in concealed pistol licenses issued locally.
 

CA: Republicans celebrate the 2nd Amendment
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The time approaches for the premier event of the year, the annual Red, White and Blue Tehama County Republican Dinner and Silent Auction. It is April 13 at the Veterans Memorial Hall; it’s always a rewarding night of camaraderie and fellowship with your fellow conservatives. The doors open for a meet and greet at 5 p.m.; the dinner and program will commence at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $45; a table for 8 is $360. Proceeds fund youth scholarships.
 

Federal judge denies motion by AG for 3D gun designs
Submitted by: David Williamson
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On Monday a judge in Seattle denied a motion by the Attorney General's office in regards to the 3D printing of gun designs. A news release from the Second Amendment Foundation stated the following in regards to this issue: A U.S. District Court judge in Seattle has denied a motion by the Washington State Attorney General’s office that sought to compel the Second Amendment Foundation and Defense Distributed to provide discovery responses in a lawsuit the state filed against the U.S. State Department relating to the publication of information about 3D printing of gun designs.
 

FL: Budget, guns in schools, felon voting ahead for Legislature
Submitted by: David Williamson
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If lawmakers are trying to break a record for fewest bills passed during their annual session, they’re on a pretty good pace. So far only one bill has been sent to Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis — the repeal of a smokable medical marijuana ban that DeSantis signed into law last Monday.
 

MO: Missouri working to modify rule about guns in the Capitol
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Missourians won't be allowed to carry a concealed weapon into the Capitol — unless they have a concealed-carry weapons permit — under a modified administrative rule slated to go into effect May 30. The Associated Press reported in January that a proposal from Gov. Mike Parson's administration modifying the presence of weapons in the Missouri state Capitol had drawn more than four dozen comments — all of them opposed to it.
 

OH: Settlement allows students to store firearms in cars on Ohio State campusIL: 9 shot — 2 fatally — across Chicago since Friday evening
Submitted by: David Williamson
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At least two people have been killed and seven wounded in gun violence across Chicago this weekend, including a 26-year-old man who was shot to death Sunday morning in Logan Square on the North Side. About 2:02 a.m., officers discovered the man in the 3400 block of West Diversey Avenue with injuries to the chest, chin and arm, Chicago police said.
 

NY: A way of life- A proposed bill would ban hunting derbies throughout state
Submitted by: David Williamson
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New Yorkers know that the beauty of our state is that it has something for everybody. There can’t be anything more different than the teeming streets of Manhattan and the quiet solitude of the Adirondack woods. It seems our lawmakers forget sometimes that the many regions and lifestyles that make our state such an interesting and stimulating place to live need to be considered when drafting laws. A bill submitted in the state Assembly and Senate this year would ban hunting derbies and would penalize those who organize them with a fine or even incarceration.
 

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