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Weaponizing women: how feminism is being used to sell guns

Weaponizing women: how feminism is being used to sell guns

A photo of a woman brandishing a weapon in her graduation picture is the latest example of gun enthusiasts using female empowerment to further their agenda

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Dick's Sporting Goods loses firearms businesses after gun control push

Dick's Sporting Goods loses firearms businesses after gun control push

Several major gun manufacturers said they were severing ties with Dick’s Sporting Goods in response to the company's February announcement it would no longer sell assault-style weapons due to the deadly Parkland school shooting

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Wisconsin high school student sues principal over ban on gun T-shirts

Wisconsin high school student sues principal over ban on gun T-shirts

A Wisconsin high schooler is fighting to wear shirts with images of guns to school. Matthew Schoenecker says his T-shirts reflect his personal beliefs, but after the Parkland school shooting, administrators at his high school said his shirts were inappropriate and that he could no longer wear them

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A Gun Nut’s Guide to Gun Control That Works

A Gun Nut’s Guide to Gun Control That Works

A federal license for possession of semi-automatic firearms could make Americans safer—and more free

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National Teachers Union Cuts Ties With Wells Fargo Over Bank's Ties To NRA, Guns

National Teachers Union Cuts Ties With Wells Fargo Over Bank's Ties To NRA, Guns

The American Federation of Teachers said Thursday that it is cutting its financial ties with Wells Fargo as a result of the banking giant's relationships with the National Rifle Association and gunmakers

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We need to hold lawbreakers accountable, not ban guns

We need to hold lawbreakers accountable, not ban guns

John Pepper is either intentionally lying or ignorant of the facts considering the gun numbers he uses to support his perspective of “common-sense gun legislation" in his recent guest column

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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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