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Steven Dettelbach, director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), listens during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on oversight of the ATF, Wednesday, April 26, 2023, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Mariam Zuhaib) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ It appears those wacky bureaucrats with guns and jackbootsRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ We’ve chronicled a number of times how under the Biden Administration, unelected bureaucrats—namely those within the U.S. Department of Justice and its Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)—have been making laws rather than enforcing them. Just a few examples are the bump stock ban,Read More →

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Alex Mercurio. Booking photo. Next Post Coming Soon…▶ If anyone ever needed yet another reason to start and maintain a robust church security program in your place of worship, a story out of Idaho provides it. The Feds picked up Alexander Mercurio, a Muslim convert, the day before he plannedRead More →

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Maine State House (Bigstock) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ A legislative committee in Maine has approved the restrictive “red-flag” measure, sending the bill to both the House and Senate floors for an upcoming vote. Despite testimony by many against the measure, including an impassioned plea to kill the bill by theRead More →

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James and Jennifer Crumbley. Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Are the parents of mass murderers criminally responsible for the behavior of their violent, unstable kids? Apparently, in Michigan they are, as the parents of the 15-year-old student who shot and killed four and injured six others at Oxford High School inRead More →

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Image courtesy Chicago Police Department Next Post Coming Soon…▶ For at least 12 years running, the Windy City in Illinois has captured the crown as America’s Murder City with the most homicides. When one couples the “no snitch” culture with the gang culture and add in defunding the police andRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Not sure if this one slid under the radar or we just missed it, but back in late February, mere weeks after a high-profile shooting during the Super Bowl celebration parade for the Kansas City Chiefs, the Missouri House of Representatives passed a law banning celebratoryRead More →

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Toni McBride Instagram Photo Next Post Coming Soon…▶ In the steamy streets of Los Angeles, where the sun blazes as fiercely as the public’s opinions on the Second Amendment, Officer Toni McBride was serving looks and justice – until she decided to take aim at the LAPD with a lawsuitRead More →

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Doug Howlett Photo Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Today’s state wildlife agencies are changing. Some critics might call it metastasizing and it could spell trouble ahead for the hunting traditions Americans have enjoyed for centuries. Colorado’s Parks and Wildlife Commission (CPW) recently confirmed two new appointees to the state agency thatRead More →

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If you can’t change the facts, change the public’s perception of the facts. Anti-gun politicians whose constituents express concerns about crime and public safety respond with the narrative that it’s a gun problem rather than a problem of lawbreakers and criminals, a message that is amplified and reinforced by anRead More →