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Three Secondary Threats To The Second Amendment

Three Secondary Threats To The Second Amendment

Academia, Hollywood, and Big-City Mayors

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Two Cases Lay Out Second Amendment Stakes

Two Cases Lay Out Second Amendment Stakes

President-elect Donald Trump has said he will nominate a replacement for the late Antonin Scalia within two weeks of taking office

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Sen. Jeff Sessions will fight for the Second Amendment

Sen. Jeff Sessions will fight for the Second Amendment

Unlike his predecessors, Jeff Sessions knows that law-abiding gun owners are not the problem

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Weaponized Drones and the Second Amendment

Weaponized Drones and the Second Amendment

Do Americans have a constitutional right to own and use armed drones for self-defense?

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House Republicans Form Second Amendment Caucus

House Republicans Form Second Amendment Caucus

A group of House Republicans formed the Congressional Second Amendment Caucus on Thursday

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DNC Chair Frontrunner Rep. Keith Ellison is an Anti-Second Amendment Radical

DNC Chair Frontrunner Rep. Keith Ellison is an Anti-Second Amendment Radical

It appears that those gun rights supporters hoping that the leaders of the Democratic Party would engage in a moment of self-reflection following their historic defeat in the 2016 election may be left wanting

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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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