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on April 30, 2019 in Gun Page World News

Indiana Expands Gun Rights by Passing Stand Your Ground

By Jose Nino Indiana has strengthened its Stand Your Ground Laws. Eagle Country reports that House Enrolled Act 1284, colloquially known as “Kystie’s Law”, was signed into law on April 26, 2019 at the NRA national convention. This bill was authored by State Representative Jim Lucas and was named in honor of Kystie Phillips, an Ohio County resident who fatally shot a man who was attacking an Indiana Conservation Officer. Phillips faced a wrongful death lawsuit from the assailant’s family.The family suing Phillips eventually dropped the lawsuit this past January. Phillips testified before House and Senate committees about her riveting...

By Jose Nino Indiana has strengthened its Stand Your Ground Laws. Eagle Country reports that House Enrolled Act 1284, colloquially known as “Kystie’s Law”, was signed into law on April 26, 2019 at the NRA national convention. This bill was...

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on April 29, 2019 in Gun Page World News

NRA’s Wayne LaPierre Defeats Oliver North’s Alleged Coup Attempt, Extortion Scheme

Chris Menahan InformationLiberation The NRA’s chief executive Wayne LaPierre, the one and only establishment conservative worth his salt, appears to have just successfully stopped a diabolical coup attempt led by neocon turncoat Oliver North. From The Washington Post, “NRA ousts president Oliver North after alleged extortion scheme against chief executive”: National Rifle Association President Oliver North has been ousted after an alleged extortion scheme within the group’s highest-ranking officials came to light on Friday. In a statement, North told the organization he was “informed” he would not be nominated for reelection. North’s term ends Monday. The NRA’s chief executive,...

Chris Menahan InformationLiberation The NRA’s chief executive Wayne LaPierre, the one and only establishment conservative worth his salt, appears to have just successfully stopped a diabolical coup attempt led by neocon turncoat Oliver North. From The Washington Post, “NRA...

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on April 26, 2019 in Gun Page World News

Bill To Decriminalize Firearm Suppressors in Texas Passes Out of Committee

By Jose Nino The Tenth Amendment Center reports that last week a Texas House committee passed a bill that decriminalizes firearm sound suppressors under state law. State Representative Tom Oliverson introduced House Bill 2286 on February 25, 2019. Mike Maharrey details what this bill would do: Under the proposed law, state agencies could not adopt any rule, order, ordinance, or policy to enforce a federal statute, order, rule, or regulation that purports to regulate a firearm suppressor that does not exist under the laws the state. It would also repeal a provision of state law making it an offense to...

By Jose Nino The Tenth Amendment Center reports that last week a Texas House committee passed a bill that decriminalizes firearm sound suppressors under state law. State Representative Tom Oliverson introduced House Bill 2286 on February 25, 2019. Mike Maharrey...

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on April 25, 2019 in Gun Page World News

Carrie Lightfoot: Breaking the Bondage of Fear

by Carrie Lightfoot Think about this: the average lifespan of an American woman is 81 years old. Conservatively, if a young woman begins to be concerned about her safety at the age of 18, that would mean that she could live 63 years of her life bound to the ever-present fear of being assaulted, kidnapped, carjacked, or murdered.  The average female is no match for a larger, stronger attacker. Multiply this disparity of size and strength exponentially when she is facing a stoned attacker or, heaven forbid, multiple attackers. Factor in age or physical impairments, and it becomes painfully...

by Carrie Lightfoot Think about this: the average lifespan of an American woman is 81 years old. Conservatively, if a young woman begins to be concerned about her safety at the age of 18, that would mean that she...

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on April 22, 2019 in Gun Page World News

New Jersey’s Democrat Gov. Pushing $550 Fee to Own and Carry a Gun

by AWR Hawkins New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) is pushing $550 in fees for law-abiding citizens who want to own and carry a gun for self-defense. The New York Times reports that Murphy’s desired increase in fees is “20 times as much” as fees are today. Currently, “a firearm identification card costs $5, while a permit to own a firearm is $2. A permit to carry a gun costs $20.” Murphy’s proposals would raise the cost to a point where the firearm identification card would be “$100, an owner’s permit would be $50 and a carry permit $400.” Having...

by AWR Hawkins New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) is pushing $550 in fees for law-abiding citizens who want to own and carry a gun for self-defense. The New York Times reports that Murphy’s desired increase in fees is...

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on April 16, 2019 in Gun Page World News

County Sheriff Blasts Colorado’s Red Flag Law on Facebook

Written by  Bob Adelmann     Tweet More than half of Colorado’s county sheriffs are on record opposing the Red Flag (ERPO) bill signed into law by Colorado Governor Jared Polis on Friday. One of them went a very large step further: He posted the reasons for his opposition to it in a carefully crafted, thoughtfully drawn six-page statement on his Facebook page. Eagle County Sheriff James van Beek wrote that, under the new law to be effective January 1, 2020: A household/family member could petition the court for an order requiring the Respondent to immediately surrender all firearms and any...

Written by  Bob Adelmann     Tweet More than half of Colorado’s county sheriffs are on record opposing the Red Flag (ERPO) bill signed into law by Colorado Governor Jared Polis on Friday. One of them went a very large step...

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on April 5, 2019 in Featured Gun Page World News

Donald Trump to Address NRA Convention Fourth Consecutive Year

by AWR Hawkins President Trump will address the NRA Annual Meetings on April 26, 2019, which will mark the fourth consecutive year he has spoken at the convention. It will be the third time he has spoken to the group as a sitting president. His first speech to the convention was in 2016, during the election campaign: JUST ANNOUNCED: President Donald Trump (@realDonaldTrump) has confirmed that he will speak at the @NRAILA Leadership Forum on April 26 in Indianapolis, Indiana during NRA’s Annual Meetings and Exhibits! Buy your tickets here → https://t.co/c59UZOP91g pic.twitter.com/ZGsLk2NO6B — NRA (@NRA) April 5, 2019...

by AWR Hawkins President Trump will address the NRA Annual Meetings on April 26, 2019, which will mark the fourth consecutive year he has spoken at the convention. It will be the third time he has spoken to the...

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