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on August 13, 2015 in World News

Delaware Police Chief: Keep and Bear Means what it Says

Delaware Police Chief: Keep and Bear Means what it Says The Delaware State Constitution has an explicit protection for the right to keep and bear arms. It was enacted in 1987. A person has the right to keep and bear arms for the defense of self, family, home and State, and for hunting and recreational use. Art. I, § 20 It seems that some public officials take their oath of office seriously. In Lewes, Delaware, the city has a ban on the open carry of arms. The legislature, when it passed a comprehensive preemption statute, allowed ordinance that violated the… View Article

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on August 13, 2015 in World News

Judge tells Obama to stop granting amnesty … now!

Judge tells Obama to stop granting amnesty … now! ‘The court does not consider mere substantial compliance to be acceptable’ by Bob Unruh A federal judge who last winter ordered a halt to President Obama’s de facto amnesty and then ordered federal officials to testify when they were found to be in violation of his injunction is relenting, just a little. U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen said Tuesday he will release certain defendants from testifying, but he warned that he expects the federal government to comply with his order to stop its delayed-deportation program before an Aug. 19 hearing…. View Article

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on August 13, 2015 in World News

Armed militias celebrate victory in Montana mine stand-off with federal govt

Armed militias celebrate victory in Montana mine stand-off with federal govt The Oath Keepers and other militia groups are celebrating a victory after a conflict over surface rights for a mine in Montana was taken to court. The militias were brought in to protect mine owners from federal interference. “We will continue to remain vigilant and on site and make sure what we achieved yesterday is upheld,” spokesman for the militias Chris McIntire told AP on Wednesday, a day after the US Forest Service sought a court ruling over the contested rights. The White Hope mine is located under the… View Article

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on August 13, 2015 in World News

Planned Parenthood Clinics Put in Black Neighborhoods to ‘Control That Population’

Planned Parenthood Clinics Put in Black Neighborhoods to ‘Control That Population’ by Jeff Poor Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Your World,” former Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson, a candidate for the 2016 Republican nomination, sounded off on Planned Parenthood, as the so-called women’s health organization has been under fire in recent weeks for a series of videos suggesting they were open to selling aborted fetal tissue for profit. Carson referred to the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger and her position on eugenics, particularly as it pertained to blacks, which he said may not allow for him to be… View Article

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on August 12, 2015 in World News

Homeowner Retrieves Handgun While Under Attack, Kills Alleged Intruder

Homeowner Retrieves Handgun While Under Attack, Kills Alleged Intruder by AWR Hawkins On August 11, a homeowner under attack in Lorain, Ohio, was able to retrieve a handgun hidden by his front door and kill the alleged intruder. The incident occurred around 5 p.m. According to Cleveland.com, the homeowner—who remains unnamed—said he was trying to enter his house through the front door when he was allegedly attacked by 34-year-old Glenn Smith Jr. The homeowner had been on “a trip abroad.” The homeowner said he and Smith fought, both ending up in the house together. The homeowner then retrieved a gun… View Article

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on August 12, 2015 in Video of the Day

Czech Sa vz. 26 SMG

The Czech Samopal vz. 26 was one of a family of submachine guns (the vz 23-26) that pioneered the use of bolts telescoped out forward over the barrel, allowing guns to have much better ratios of barrel to receiver length than before. The guns actually have quite a few interesting mechanical details, although in my opinion they fail to make it a particularly desirable gun for actual shooting.

The Czech Samopal vz. 26 was one of a family of submachine guns (the vz 23-26) that pioneered the use of bolts telescoped out forward over the barrel, allowing guns to have much better ratios of barrel to receiver...

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on August 12, 2015 in World News

Minnesota Posts New CCW Reciprocity List for 2015

Minnesota Posts New CCW Reciprocity List for 2015 The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has posted the new reciprocity list for the State, in order to meet the requirements of the gun law reform passed in 2015. As expected of an appointee of an openly disarmist governor, the list approved by the Commissioner of Public Safety is very restrictive, removing four states for minor differences in the law, and adding eight states or state permits that have limited numbers. The additional eight states permits now be recognized by the State of Minnesota are: Delaware, Idaho (enhanced permit), Illinois, New Jersey,… View Article

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on August 12, 2015 in World News

Russia and Nato ‘heading for war’ with growing number of drills in Europe, report warns

Russia and Nato ‘heading for war’ with growing number of drills in Europe, report warns by Adam Withnall War games in Europe being conducted by Russia and Nato are more than just exercises and are making a real conflict more likely, a study has warned. Experts from the London-based European Leadership Network (ELN) think-tank examined two huge exercises from earlier this year, when the two sides in the growing conflict mobilised almost 100,000 troops between them. In its report, ELN found the war games were actively “contributing to a climate of mistrust” and led to “dangerous close encounters” between Russian… View Article

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on August 12, 2015 in World News

Ted Nugent storms Kid Rock stage

Ted Nugent storms Kid Rock stage ‘Too awesome to tolerate’ Ted Nugent is an American rock ‘n’ roll legend. But not all legends are past tense. As Nugent recently proved to an audience in Detroit. The WND columnist, who also is a sporting icon and political activist, reported on his website what happened. Kid Rock, he noted, had just kicked off a record-breaking string of 10 sold-out shows at Detroit’s DTE Energy Music Theater. While the crowd of 15,000 was expecting Rock’s hits, including “Cowboy” and “Born Free,” they weren’t expecting the “Motor City Madman” himself. “Just as Rock was… View Article

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on August 12, 2015 in World News

FBI admits to routinely giving flawed forensic evidence in death penalty cases

FBI admits to routinely giving flawed forensic evidence in death penalty cases In the latest example of how abusive our government has become, the Justice Department and FBI have admitted recently that its forensic analysts lied repeatedly, over decades, about evidence, in order to help federal prosecutors win convictions. As reported by The Washington Post, both entities “formally acknowledged” that almost all the examiners in an elite FBI forensic division provided false testimony in nearly every trial in which they were called to offer evidence against criminal defendants throughout at 20-year period prior to 2000. Hundreds of flawed cases already… View Article

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