Illinois school workbook teaches kids that Second Amendment includes gun control.
While the Surgeon General of the United States does not craft policy, impose regulations or pass laws, as "The Nation's Doctor," he or she certainly has a pulpit in the spotlight.
Florida became the first state to require concealed-weapon permits be issued unless there is a compelling reason not to do so in 1987 when the State Legislature adopted the law reversing the "may issue" standard that still stands in nine states.
One of the fears engendered by 2013's failed federal background check proposal was that it would create a de facto gun registry that, eventually, could lead to confiscation. Gun control zealots dismissively mocked that fear as paranoid, a depiction parroted by their lackeys in the mainstream media.
The fact that the Supreme Court has declined to review three lower court rulings that rejected challenges to federal and state gun laws shouldn't be a surprise, considering it has steadfastly ducked controversial gun owners' rights cases since issuing its 2010 McDonald v. City of Chicago decision.
A bill repealing K-12 school "gun-free zones" has passed the Wyoming House Education Committee.
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Such is the case in Buffalo where a prominent gun control crusader who publicly lobbied for New York's draconian SAFE Act was arrested Feb. 6 on two counts of criminal possession of a weapon, including having a loaded weapon on school grounds.
For the first time since the original omnibus farm bill was adopted in 1933, funding devoted to conservation exceeds funding for commodity subsidies.
About 21 million Americans enjoyed target-shooting in 2012, contributing $23 billion to the national economy and supporting more than 185,000 jobs, according to a report released by the National Shooting Sport Foundation at the SHOT Show in Las Vegas.
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