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on December 2, 2014 in World News

Putin Allows Concealed Carry – Hillary Hates Gun Owners

  Today Brian Lovig Talks About Putin Allows Concealed Carry – Hillary Hates Gun Owners Putin Allows Concealed Carry Yep. The land of Vladimir Putin, run by an oligarchical collection of cronies and criminals, is about to relax their gun laws… And not by just a little. After the reforms, they’ll make some US jurisdictions look positively Soviet. While places like New York and Washington DC continue to make it (almost) impossible to get a permit for carrying a handgun, Putin’s Russia is about to make it easier. Previously, Russians were only permitted to own firearms (subject to approval) for… View Article

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on December 2, 2014 in Video of the Day

Putin Allows Concealed Carry – Hillary Hates Gun Owners

  Today Brian Lovig Talks About Putin Allows Concealed Carry – Hillary Hates Gun Owners Putin Allows Concealed Carry Yep. The land of Vladimir Putin, run by an oligarchical collection of cronies and criminals, is about to relax their gun laws… And not by just a little. After the reforms, they’ll make some US jurisdictions look positively Soviet. While places like New York and Washington DC continue to make it (almost) impossible to get a permit for carrying a handgun, Putin’s Russia is about to make it easier. Previously, Russians were only permitted to own firearms (subject to approval)...

  Today Brian Lovig Talks About Putin Allows Concealed Carry – Hillary Hates Gun Owners Putin Allows Concealed Carry Yep. The land of Vladimir Putin, run by an oligarchical collection of cronies and criminals, is about to relax their...

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on December 2, 2014 in World News

U.S. debt clock surges past $18 trillion

U.S. debt clock surges past $18 trillion ‘Up 70% under Barack Obama’ The U.S. debt clock has swept past $18 trillion without so much as a flicker of hesitation. But what is $18 trillion? How about figuring it in exotic supercars, like those 253-mph, 1,001-horsepower (and 8 miles per gallon) $1.9 million Bugatti Veyrons? For the national debt, you get just a handful short of 9.5 million of the cars. How about air-hours for a major jet like Air Force One, assuming operating costs of about $275,000 per hour? You’d have to rack up 65 million hours of flight, give… View Article

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on December 2, 2014 in World News

Chicago: Heavy on Gun Control, Light on Prosecution of Gun Crimes

Chicago: Heavy on Gun Control, Light on Prosecution of Gun Crimes A recent Chicago Sun-Times report indicates Chicago is heavy on gun control but very light when it comes to prosecuting those who commit crimes with guns. According to the Sun-Times, the minimum sentence for “illegal possession of a gun” in Illinois is one year and the maximum is three. But of these two options, Cook County judges are handing down the minimum sentence far more often. And for felons caught in possession of firearm—a crime with a minimum sentence of two years and a maximum of ten—judges are most-often… View Article

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on December 1, 2014 in E News

New Posts: December 1, 2014

New Posts: December 1, 2014 Please forward this information to your family, friends, and fellow gun owners! Oklahoma: Lexington City Council Attempting to Outlaw Discharge of Bows The Lexington City Council will meet tomorrow, December 2, at 7:00 p.m. in the Luther Dean Memorial Council Chambers of Lexington City Hall at 111 East Broadway Street to discuss a proposed anti-hunting ordinance. Council members will discuss and act on an ordinance adding the discharge of a bow, crossbow, compound bow and recurve bow to “offenses against the peace.” This ordinance could ban all bow hunting and target practice within Lexington corporate… View Article

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on December 1, 2014 in World News

Eroding civil rights for political gain

Eroding civil rights for political gain One of the fundamental principles of democracy is that of open courts, where citizens have the right to face their accusers and all the evidence against them. Now, that principle is under threat from legislation being steamrolled through Parliament. In anti-terrorism legislation and a bill on victims’ rights, courts will be able to take secret testimony and evidence from anonymous accusers and sources. In some cases, the accused won’t know who’s accusing him. There could be national-security cases when even the judge won’t know all the details. So how are people to defend themselves… View Article

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on December 1, 2014 in World News

After a record run of profits, Canada’s Big Six banks brace for shift

After a record run of profits, Canada’s Big Six banks brace for shift Canadian banks’ record run of profits is finally showing signs of cooling as the number of high growth businesses dwindles, prompting the country’s largest lenders to prepare for a much more challenging year ahead. The Big Six banks report their fourth-quarter earnings this week, starting with Bank of Montreal on Tuesday. Expectations for profits are encouraging, driven by capital markets activity that should cap off a phenomenal year. But the focus has already shifted to what lies in the near future, where revenue growth will be tougher… View Article

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on December 1, 2014 in World News

Aboriginal gravesites halt $40M development plan in Abbotsford

Aboriginal gravesites halt $40M development plan in Abbotsford Both sides in showdown agree province’s heritage conservation laws aren’t working A B.C. developer is calling on the province to fix gaps in heritage conservation laws, after the City of Abbotsford recently rejected his bid to build a farm equipment dealership on a property believed to be the site of aboriginal mass graves. “This is a huge problem,” said John Glazema, director of Corpus Management Group, who lives in Abbotsford. “I feel betrayed because there shouldn’t be these types of encumbrances against private properties without having it highlighted on land title.” At… View Article

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