‘Surrender Your Firearms’ – Gov’t Now Confiscating Guns from Medical Cannabis Users

(TFTP) Residents in Honolulu, Hawaii, were recently informed that if they use cannabis for medicinal purposes, they will be given 30 days to “voluntarily surrender” their firearms and ammunition before the Honolulu Police Department begins confiscation. A series of letters were mailed out from Police Chief Susan Ballard on Nov. 13, as confirmed by a […]

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What You Need To Know About The Las Vegas Shooting

Stop politicizing mass shootings to fit your pro-gun control agenda. Seriously. The families and friends of nearly 60 people are mourning the tragic loss of their loved ones, and the families and friends of over 500 more are waiting for results from surgeries and preparing for what life will look like with the injuries their […]

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New Law Lets Police Confiscate Guns ‘Without Due Process’ If Someone Reports You

(TFTP) A new law in Oregon could lead to residents having all of their guns confiscated based on a single complaint, raising concerns about the possibility of corruption if false complaints are used to strip law-abiding citizens of their right to defend themselves. Senate Bill 719, which is defined as one that “Creates process for […]

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Home Invasion: When Self Defense Requires An AR-15

Let’s talk about guns! A man in Oklahoma shot and killed three intruders in his home this week, and it has stirred up controversy not just because he was using a gun, but because he used an AR-15. First of all, an AR-15 is NOT an assault rifle. It does not have select-fire capabilities, and […]

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Top 5 Times Armed Citizens Stopped Mass Shootings

When a man went on a stabbing rampage with a knife at a mall in Minnesota last weekend, he was stopped by an armed citizen. Now, the media is going to focus on the fact that Jason Falconer, the hero who shot and killed the suspect, was an off-duty police officer. But there’s more to the story. Falconer […]

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Why It’s Illegal for Medical Marijuana Cardholders to Own Guns

A federal appeals court has ruled that simply having a medical marijuana card will keep you from being able to own guns…even if you don’t use cannabis. The ruling was made by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in the case of Wilson vs. Lynch. The case stemmed from a 2011 incident when Rowan Wilson tried to buy a gun […]

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The Case For Concealed Carry on College Campuses

The United States is seeing a record-breaking number of background checks for gun sales, Texas just became the eighth state to enact a “Campus Carry” law, and women are currently the fastest growing group of gun-owners in the U.S. So, what is all of the hype about? July marked the fifteenth straight month of record federal […]

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Why We Can’t Rely On The FBI’s No-Fly List To Defeat Terrorism

Donald Trump announced today that he thinks individuals on the FBI’s No-Fly list should not be allowed to own guns… So, what does it take to get on the No-Fly list, and how would the change that both Trump and Hillary Clinton are pushing for, lead to the death of due process? GOP nominee Donald […]

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Poll: 2 Percent Placed ‘Guns/Gun Control’ on 2015 List of ‘Most Important Problems’

When asked to write the “most important problem facing this country today,” an average of only 2 percent of Americans listed “Guns/Guns Control,” according to a recent Gallup poll. The poll found that the most frequent responses were “Congress/Government/Politicians,” which were listed by an average of 16 percent of respondents. President Obama announced a series […]

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New California Law Allows Seizure of Legal Guns Without Notice in 2016

A new gun law taking effect on Jan. 1, 2016 in California will allow for the seizure of an individual’s guns for a 21-day “holding period” if a complaint is submitted, and if a judge determines that the individual is in need of a mental health evaluation. Assembly Bill No. 1014 authorizes “gun violence restraining orders” which lets […]

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