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Feb 17 2015

BREAKING: National Concealed Carry Reciprocity?

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Hold the presses – a bill to allow national concealed carry reciprocity has been introduced in Congress by Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn. S. 498 is currently sitting with the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, but the bill is not alone! Another three concealed carry reciprocity bills have been introduced – H.R. 923, which was …

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Sep 05 2014

VA Democrat Prays For NRA Members to Die From Ebola, Venomous Snakes

Everyone remember Mike Dickinson? He’s the guy that was “running” for Congress and also filled Twitter with ridiculous demands for nude photos of Kendall Jones. Well, he’s at it again and continues to be oh so charming. This time around, his target is the NRA. Though Dickinson claimed to be running for Virginia’s 7th Congressional …

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Jul 10 2014

VA Democrat Offers $100k “Bounty” For Nude Photos of Hunter-Cheerleader Kendall Jones

Virginia Democrat and Congressional hopeful Mike Dickinson is becoming well known for his lewd and violent Twitter rants, routinely comparing Tea Partiers to terrorists and suggesting they commit suicide. His new target is 19-year-old Kendall Jones, the hunter/cheerleader who recently captured headlines with her safari photos. Not only has he put a “bounty” out for …

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May 08 2014

Ted Cruz Releases Definitive Report: 76 Lawless Obama Actions

Republican Senator Ted Cruz has released Legal Limit Report 4, a definitive list of 76 lawless actions committed by Obama and his administration. The report details transgressions that range from executive orders and national security, to the erosion of civil liberties and refusing to act on Freedom of Information requests. Cruz writes, “Of all the …

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Apr 30 2014

“Hate Crime Reporting Act” to Destroy Free Speech

Obama’s Department of Justice may soon be scouring the internet, TV, and radio in search of “hate speech” and doling out punishments as judge, jury, and executioner. At least that is the intent of a new bill introduced by Senator Ed Markey, D-M.A., and Representative Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y. S.2219 would require the Department of Justice, …

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Apr 06 2014

Rep. Moran: Congress “Underpaid,” Demands Housing Assistance

Representative James P. Moran (D-VA) is on the road to retirement but has decided to highlight a “great injustice” before he goes – according to Moran, Congress simply isn’t paid enough. He argues that the lowly annual salary of $174,000 is not enough to “live decently” in D.C. In an effort to remedy this alleged …

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Mar 24 2014

MA Bill to Ban Sex at Home for Divorcing Parents

Massachusetts is at it again with a new bill that would ban sex and “dating relationships” from the homes of divorcing couples. Senate Bill 787 was filed by Senator Richard J. Ross (R – Wrentham) “on behalf of a constituent” and is a prime example of government going too far. The wording of the bill …

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Jan 14 2014

Mississippi Makes Moves to Track Ammo, Limit Self Defense

Mississippi is generally known for its support of the Second Amendment and the right to self defense. However, the last few days have seen two new and dangerous gun control bills enter the state House – House Bill 231 and House Bill 179. HB 231, introduced by Mississippi Representative Omeria Scott (D-District 80), proposes requiring …

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Dec 26 2013

New Bill to Exempt Medical Marijuana From Federal Gun Ban

In September of 2011, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms ruled that medical marijuana recipients cannot legally buy or own firearms. The organization sent out a memo to FFL dealers, condemning medical marijuana users as “addicts” and “unlawful drug users.” The memo told FFL dealers that from that point forward, they could not sell …

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Dec 20 2013

So What Exactly Did Congress Do This Year?

A recent Gallup Poll shows approval for Congress is at a record low of 9%. The last record was 10% in 2012. According to polls, disapproval ranges across both mainstream parties and Independents, though Democrats seem to be slightly more optimistic. What’s the reason? Apparently, Congress is just too damn ineffective. In fact, they passed …

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