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House Stops VA from Finding Vets Mentally Unfit to Own a Gun

House Stops VA from Finding Vets Mentally Unfit to Own a Gun

The House passed on Thursday a bill to prohibit Veterans Affairs from blocking a veteran from buying a gun by labeling them mentally unfit, requiring a judiciary authority to make that determination

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Second Amendment may be restored on Army Corps of Engineers land

Second Amendment may be restored on Army Corps of Engineers land

You might think that a government unit called the “U.S. Army Corps of Engineers” would mainly perform projects such as building military forts and similar facilities

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Ladies: Stop Posing and Start Advocating For the Second Amendment

Ladies: Stop Posing and Start Advocating For the Second Amendment

Okay, I need to go off for a minute. You guys know I don’t get fired up often and it really does take a lot to fire me up, but once that fire is lit – it’s all, “Burn, baby, BURN!”

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Keith Ellison denies saying Democrats should come out against 2nd amendment, guns

Keith Ellison denies saying Democrats should come out against 2nd amendment, guns

Rep. Keith Ellison denied Thursday that he previously said the Democratic Party should come out against the Second Amendment right of individuals to keep and bear arms

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Will Sixty Senators Vote To Protect The Second Amendment?

Will Sixty Senators Vote To Protect The Second Amendment?

With the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to replace Antonin Scalia on the Surpeme Court, Second Amendment supporters can celebrate. That would be very premature

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Inconsistent Florida Firearm Laws Pose Potential New Threat to Second Amendment Rights

Inconsistent Florida Firearm Laws Pose Potential New Threat to Second Amendment Rights

Florida state law 790.33 articulates, in short, that only the Florida State Legislature can and will regulate statewide laws encompassing anything firearms and ammunition related

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A coalition of gun rights and conservative groups have declared Jan. 19, 2013 to be “Gun Appreciation Day” and turned out 500,000 Americans nationwide to visit local gun ranges and purveyors and state capitols to show support for the Second Amendment. We handed the gun-grabbing President Obama his first defeat. We will never stop fighting for our gun rights.

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