AG’s in 16 States Embrace Background Checks On Ammo Purchases
California’s law requiring background checks on every purchase of ammunition has been a gigantic clusterfark since it took effect back in 2018. Since then, tens of thousands of Californians have been denied the ability to purchase ammunition because of problems with the government’s database of gun owners, while others have had to wait through lengthy delays to simply purchase a box or two of ammunition.
New Loeffler Bill Would Give Gun Owners More Privacy Protections
Georgia senator Kelly Loeffler (R.) introduced on Tuesday a Second Amendment rights bill that would safeguard the privacy of gun owners.
64% Worry About Cop Shortage and Public Safety; Blacks Worry Most
Most Americans value the role of the police and worry that increasing criticism of cops will make their communities less safe. Black Americans are the most concerned.
Woman Turns to Supreme Court to Get Her Guns Back
In 2013, Lori Rodriguez called San Jose police to her home because her husband was having a mental health crisis and making violent threats. Seven years later, she is petitioning the Supreme Court to force the city to return her guns.
Hawkins: Speak Softly and Carry a Good Gun
As statues continue to be pulled down, buildings and vehicles continue to be targeted, and police remain under attack by angry rioters, it is important to speak softly and carry a good gun.
The Anti-Police Rioters Finally Got Me To Buy My First Gun
With weak mayors and powerless police, we have little choice but to take our safety into our own hands.
Virginia Health Department Urges Citizens to Snitch on Churches, Gun Ranges for Violating Democratic Governor’s COVID-19 Regulations
Northam Embraces East German Model of Enforcement

Gun Rights Groups Sue Over Renewed Virginia Handgun Limit Law

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Gun Rights Groups Sue Over Renewed Virginia Handgun Limit Law
A gun rights group is suing over new law in Virginia that will prohibit the purchase of more than one handgun a month.
NYC sees staggering shooting numbers; top cops warn of 'storm on the horizon'
The New York Police Department has reported a staggering increase in shooting numbers, and injuries, as officials warn there’s “a storm on the horizon” – and say changes must be made.
2 dead, 12 hurt after over 100 shots fired at big crowd at Charlotte Juneteenth party
Two people were killed and at least 12 hurt after a multi-day Juneteenth street party erupted in lots of gunfire in northwest Charlotte.
More Shootings in Lawless CHAZ, Streamer Has Phone Stolen By Goon Demanding He Erase Evidence
Multiple shootings have been reported in the lawless “CHAZ” area of Seattle just days after two people were shot there, one of them fatal.
Another shooting reported inside CHOP Sunday night
Seattle police are investigating after reports of another shooting inside the Capitol Hill Occupied Protested (CHOP) zone Sunday night.
102 shot in Chicago over Father's Day weekend
Chicago officials report the city's highest number of shootings in a single weekend this year. From Friday evening to Monday morning, 102 people were shot, 14 of whom have died, five of those killed were minors. 
Deadly weekend in Seattle, Chicago, Minneapolis as New York City reports uptick in shootings
Major cities in the U.S. reported bloody weekends amid increased calls to defund and disband police departments in the wake of George Floyd’s death in police custody.
Matt Gaetz Calls Upon ATF To Shelve Planned Restriction of Pistol Braces on Firearms
The ATF is trying a stealth ban.

How Cultural Revolutions Die - or Not

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How Cultural Revolutions Die - or Not
Unlike coups or political revolutions, cultural revolutions don't just change governments or leaders. Instead, they try to redefine entire societies. Their leaders call them "holistic" and "systematic."
Washington Lawmakers Only Interested in Gun Control for Law Abiding ~VIDEO
U.S.A. -( The crisis in Seattle is revealing gun control politicians are only interested in enforcing gun laws on the law-abiding. When it comes to actual criminals, they’ve abandoned their citizens.
100th homicide investigation of 2020 puts Indianapolis months ahead of last year’s pace
INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis hit a grim milestone overnight. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is investigating its 100th total homicide in just six and a half months. This comes after a spike in violence over the past 24 hours. In that time, at least 10 people were shot, and five of those victims died.
NYPD cops encouraged to ‘strike’ on July 4 to give city its ‘independence’
A labor strike is brewing in the NYPD. A pair of fliers making their rounds among NYPD officers are encouraging them to call in sick July 4th — as retribution for police reform and a perceived anti-cop climate following the outrage over high-profile police killings of unarmed black men across the country, multiple cops told the Post.
City Council cuts $16 mil. from Portland Police
PORTLAND, Ore. — The Portland City Council voted to approve the 2020-2021 budget 3-1 Wednesday, which included $16 million in funding cuts to the Portland Police Bureau.
The Baltimore City Council eliminated $22 million from the police budget. What does that look like?
As the Baltimore City Council met to debate the police budget, protesters gathered outside City Hall hoping to make their views clear. In tall, pink letters, they painted DEFUND THE POLICE on a downtown street.
Jackson can't ban the open carry of firearms, judge rules
A federal judge ruled the city of Jackson cannot overturn the state right to open carry firearms — even amid a public health outbreak such as the coronavirus pandemic.
Gun-Rights Groups Launch 11th Hour Bid To Block Virginia’s One-Gun-A-Month Law
Gun control law will take effect on July 1
Justice Thomas Furious Over Court’s Refusal To Hear 2A Cases
While it seems the Supreme Court is never going to hear another Second Amendment case, many in the Second Amendment community are upset by the court’s refusal to hear some of the potential cases before it. Some of these are important matters of law, direct and obvious infringements on the rights of ordinary citizens.
The LAPD has run out of cash and can't pay officers overtime; morale is at 'rock bottom'
The Los Angeles Police Department's budget has been so depleted by the COVID-19 outbreak, and officers have been working so much due to the recent protests, that the department has run out of cash and can no longer afford to pay officers overtime, KTTV-TV reported.

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