• Trump’s Supreme Court List Down to Final Three

    Trump’s Supreme Court List Down to Final Three

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    President Donald Trump has narrowed down his list of potential Supreme Court nominations to three candidates.

    With days remaining until Trump makes an expected selection announcement, his choice to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy is down to three federal appeals judges: Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh and Raymond Kethledge, reported The Associated Press.

    The candidate interview process has been complete as of Thursday morning, according to Fox News. Trump has personally interviewed at least six of the his list’s 25 individuals, speaking to one of the candidates twice. READ MORE...

  • Massachusetts Governor Signs Gun Seizure Bill

    Massachusetts Governor Signs Gun Seizure Bill

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    Republican Gov. Charlie Baker signed a bill on Tuesday allowing for temporary gun confiscation without any due process in Massachusetts.

    Bill H4670 enables a family or household member, which includes roommates, relatives or significant others, to remove firearms, firearm identification cards and ammunition from any individual deemed to be a danger to oneself or others.

    Surrendered goods can be confiscated for up to one year, with the ability to renew the order, but an individual can try to appeal the ruling. READ MORE...

  • Ted Cruz Introduces Legislation Expanding School Choice

    Ted Cruz Introduces Legislation Expanding School Choice

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    Republican Sen. Ted Cruz introduced legislation on Thursday that would expand school choice and access to tax-free savings plans.

    The Student Empowerment Act further broadens 529 accounts, also known as college savings plans, to include “K-12 elementary and secondary school expenses for public, private, and religious schools, including homeschool students.” These expenses can include things such as tutoring costs, books, fees associated with standardized tests, and educational therapies for students with disabilities. READ MORE...

  • Shareholder Grills CEO of Dick’s Sporting Goods for Anti-Gun Policies

    Shareholder Grills CEO of Dick’s Sporting Goods for Anti-Gun Policies

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    An investor confronted the CEO of the Dick’s Sporting Goods chain at an annual shareholders meeting in Pittsburgh, blasting the retailer’s recent restrictions on gun sales and its anti-gun advocacy.

    David Almasi, a vice president at the National Center for Public Policy Research, attended the meeting Wednesday representing the think tank’s Free Enterprise Project, according to a report by Fox Business. Almasi accused Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO Edward Stack of violating fiduciary duties by knowingly and purposely giving up money. READ MORE...

  • Gun Shop Gives Teachers Free Firearm Training

    Gun Shop Gives Teachers Free Firearm Training

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    Educators were treated to a free firearms training session in San Diego on Sunday for “Train a Teacher Day.”

    The five hour course consisted of smaller classes aimed at teaching “safety, proficiency, and familiarity” with firearms.

    The event was complimentary for anyone across the country affiliated with a school, which included teachers, support staff, administrators, and even board members. It was co-hosted by Discount Gun Mart and Indoor Range, a local gun shop, and San Diego County Gun Owners (SDCGO), a gun rights political action committee. READ MORE...

  • NRA to Fight Oregon’s Semi-Automatic Firearm Ban

    NRA to Fight Oregon’s Semi-Automatic Firearm Ban

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    The National Rifle Association announced Thursday that it will challenge Oregon’s petition to ban assault weapons.

    Although Initiative Petition-43 has not yet been passed, the NRA released a press release disclosing the organization’s joint challenge with the Oregon Hunters Association.

    The petition was filed on March 22, 2018 by a Portland interfaith group, Lift Every Voice Oregon.

    The measure gives a lengthy definition of assault weapons, which includes semi-automatic rifles and pistols with a detachable magazine and one of several modification, semi-automatic firearm with a fixed magazine holding over ten rounds, semi-automatic rifles with an overall length less than 30 inches, semi-automatic shotguns with a grip and stock, a semi-automatic shotgun with either a fixed magazine in excess of ten rounds or a detachable magazine, a shotgun with a revolving cylinder, or a conversion kit. READ MORE...