Larry
BOMBSHELL!

Anti-gun activist David Hogg made contradictory statements about where he was when the Parkland shooting took place, based on several video interviews.

For example, in this interview, Hogg describes being in an “AP environmental science” class when he heard gunshots, which he claims prompted his teacher to shut the door.

https://www.infowars.com/david-hogg-caught-lying-about-where-he-was-during-parkland-shooting/

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BobBarney

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Michael Hammond

New Bill to Legalize the Interstate Transportation of Magazines and Ammunition

Gun Owners of America is proud to endorse Representative Mo Brooks’ upcoming legislation, the Lawful Interstate Transportation of Firearms Act which expands the transportation protections of the Firearm Owners’ Protection Act (FOPA).

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Please ask your congressman to cosponsor this momentous legislation alongside Rep. Brooks. 

Because repressive states outlawed “unlicensed guns,” Congress passed pro-gun legislation in 1986 to allow gun owners to transport firearms through these states without having to worry about being pulled over and arrested. 

Currently, this provision of the Firearms Owners' Protection Act requires: 

  1.  That the gun be unloaded and inaccessible to the passenger compartment 
  2.  That the travel through the repressive state be temporary, and  
  3. That the trip originates in a state where it was lawful to possess the firearm and terminate in a state where it is also lawful. 

However, it didn't occur to the lawmakers that repressive states would begin to arrest people who traveled through those states with ammunition, but no guns. 

Obviously, they underestimated the psychopathy of anti-gun crazies like New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, former Mayor Bloomberg, and so forth. 

It has reached the point where someone who transits through New York while traveling from New Hampshire to Virginia—as I do—risks arrest due to state law criminalizing the possession of otherwise lawfully-owned magazines or ammunition. 

Congressman Mo Brooks is about to introduce legislation to remedy that. Under the Brooks bill, ammunition and magazines would be added to the list of items protected by FOPA. 

In addition, police would be prohibited from harassing transiting motorists on the basis of firearms ownership. 

And even if police find some technical violation of FOPA, that nit-picking will not be enough to throw the gun owner in prison and ruin his or her life. 

GOA has been looking, for some time, for a congressman who could navigate the extremely complex issues surrounding this problem. And Mo Brooks has done it. 

So, we have a champion who has stuck his neck out to introduce pro-gun legislation.   

And we need to recognize his efforts by reaching out to every member of Congress and by urging them to become an original cosponsor of this bill-- before this legislation is officially introduced and assigned a number.

Regardless of who controls the House, it's important to take action and to keep pushing our pro-gun agenda. You can be sure that if the tables were reversed -- and if it were the GOP in control of the House -- anti-gun Democrats would still be pushing their obnoxious, anti-rights agenda.

So we need to create momentum for the future pushing a pro-gun agenda now.

Thank you for your help!

In liberty,

Michael Hammond
Legislative Counsel

P.S. Please distribute this alert to your pro-gun family and friends and urge them to take action. To renew your GOA membership or to join for the first time, please click here.

 


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tammybarney
Kirk: Hong Kong Is the Best Argument for the 2nd Amendment Imaginable

Kirk: Hong Kong Is the Best Argument for the 2nd Amendment Imaginable

Tammy Barney

2 Chronicles 7:14                

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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formerWWCGmember
Freedom of religion depends on all the Bill of Rights being defended including the 2nd!
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ThePlainTruth

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House Democrats plan to move legislation criminalizing private gun sales out of committee and get it to the floor for a vote this week.

On January 8, Breitbart News reported that House Democrats introduced the legislation, dubbed H.R. 8, in honor of the eighth anniversary of the January 8, 2011, attack on Gabby Giffords.

Giffords stood with the Democrats as they introduced their gun control:

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BillB
Free speech? Not in Liberal New York!

The NRA now alleges:

Together with DFS Superintendent Vullo, his longtime lieutenant, Cuomo has embarked on a campaign to chill the political speech of the NRA and other so-called “gun promotion” organizations by leveraging state power to punishing financial institutions which maintain “business arrangements with the NRA.” To achieve this, Defendants draw upon the formidable regulatory powers of DFS—an agency charged with ensuring the stability and integrity of New York’s financial markets.

At Cuomo’s behest, Vullo and DFS have threatened, and continue to threaten, regulated institutions with costly investigations and penalties should they fail to “discontinue[] . . . their arrangements with the NRA.” And Defendants have already carried out some of these threats. Within a single week, DFS levied multi-million dollar fines against two insurance-industry firms that dared to do business with the NRA. Under intense scrutiny, both firms were coerced to terminate their business arrangements with the NRA and its members—including arrangements having nothing to do with the allegedly unlawful conduct cited by DFS. A DFS press release publicizing one recent enforcement action makes clear the gravamen of Defendants’ campaign: financial institutions regulated by DFS must refrain from “[e]ntering into any . . . agreement or arrangement,” which “involv[es] the NRA, directly or indirectly”—or face the consequences.

Additionally, the NRA noted that on April 20, 2018, Cuomo tweeted: “The NRA is an extremist organization. I urge companies in New York State to revisit any ties they have to the NRA and consider their reputations, and responsibility to the public.”



Federal Judge: NRA Suit Against New York Can Proceed on First Amendment Grounds

Judge: NRA Suit Against New York Can Proceed on 1st Amendment Grounds

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BillB

Virginia County Votes to Arm Teachers, Pay for Their Guns

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Virginia’s Lee County school district voted to arm teachers and pay for their guns and training.

Lee County is the first in the state to allow teachers to be armed.

WJHL quotes  Lee County School Board Chairman Michael Kidwell saying, “The only way to fight a gun if somebody comes through these doors with a gun to shoot our students, is with another gun.”

School board member Rob Hines added, “At least it gives us a chance. If we sat there and did nothing, I couldn’t sleep at night. At least we’re trying to do something.”

https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/07/13/virginia-county-votes-to-arm-teachers-pay-for-their-guns/

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I DO!!   20 year member 


BillB wrote:
SUPPORT THOSE WHO SUPPORT THE NRA

After Yeti Cuts Ties, Pelican Products Supports The NRA

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And their cases are on sale today in this one-day-only deal

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BobBarney

Mueller investigation likely gained access to NRA tax filings and its secret 'dark money' donor list, say legal experts

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Special counsel Robert Mueller secretly gained access to the NRA's tax returns as part of the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, according to legal experts. 

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David Hookstead | Reporte

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Popular weapons manufacturer Mossberg ended its relationship with Dick’s Sporting Goods Wednesday, and the statement announcing the news was glorious.

Dick’s recently made the decision to stop selling certain semi-automatic rifles, and it has led to some serious backlash. The company has also pushed for gun control, which was apparently the final straw for Mossberg.

Mossberg released the following statement announcing its decision:

 
 

O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc., a leading American firearms manufacturer, announced today its decision to discontinue selling products to Dick’s Sporting Goods, and its subsidiary, Field & Stream, in response to their hiring of gun control lobbyists in April 2018.

Effective immediately, O.F. Mossberg & Sons will not accept any future orders from Dick’s Sporting Goods or Field & Stream, and is in the process of evaluating current contractual agreements.

“It has come to our attention that Dick’s Sporting Goods recently hired lobbyists on Capitol Hill to promote additional gun control.” said Iver Mossberg, Chief Executive Officer of O.F. Mossberg & Sons. “Make no mistake, Mossberg is a staunch supporter of the U.S. Constitution and our Second Amendment rights, and we fully disagree with Dick’s Sporting Goods’ recent anti-Second Amendment actions.”

As a big gun guy, it makes me very happy to see Dick’s Sporting Goods paying the price for having anti-Second Amendment views. Gun control isn’t something you can be one-foot-in and one-foot-out about.

You’re either all-in with the Second Amendment or you’re not. That’s the overwhelming view of the gun community, and companies like Mossberg know it. Springfield Armory dropped the sporting goods chain last week, and you can bet there will be many more who follow. Gun companies don’t want to be seen doing business with a company that appears to be infringing on our rights.

And we all know that once one domino falls, it doesn’t take much to get a massive chain reaction. Stay tuned to find out just how big of a price Dick’s is going to pay for pushing gun control and ending its sale of some semi-automatic rifles.

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FrankR

Ohio high school senior who refused to participate in anti-gun walkout protest is SUSPENDED after sitting alone in classroom

Ohio student suspended for staying in classroom during walkout

Hilliard Davidson High School senior Jacob Shoemaker opted out of Wednesday's national walkout and refused to join the students that stayed behind. He isolated himself to be apolitical in the gun violence protest. Because he neglected to join either group and was alone without supervision, he was given a one day out-of-school suspension. The school district said it's responsible for students' safety and they can't be left unsupervised.

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tammybarney

America's oldest gunmaker Remington files for bankruptcy one day after March for Our Lives because of $950 million debt and Sandy Hook lawsuits

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Remington's sales fell significantly in the year before its bankruptcy and the US company was having difficulty meeting requirements from its lenders, according to court papers.

Tammy Barney

2 Chronicles 7:14                

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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ThePlainTruth

NRA SUES Florida Gov. Rick Scott over new gun control law raising the age to buy a rifle or shotgun from 18 to 21

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The NRA filed the federal lawsuit just hours after Scott signed the package of legislation in Tallahassee on Friday, which also included new school safety and mental health measures.

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BobBarney

Florida Senate passes bill that would allow some teachers to carry guns and put new restrictions on rifle sales

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The state's upper chamber voted 20-18 on Monday to pass the package of school safety and gun legislation, which comes as a response to the February 14 school shootings in Parkland.

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BobBarney

NRA sees a huge surge in membership interest after drawing noisy backlash over Parkland massacre

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Google searches for 'NRA membership' have risen roughly 4900 per cent since the week before the February 14 shooting, with new members flocking to support the gunowners' rights group.

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BobBarney

'Changing gun laws is not achievable': Father of Florida school shooting victim blasts focus on gun control and says school security is the real issue

Changing gun laws 'not achievable', says father of Parkland victim

Andrew Pollack, whose daughter Meadow, was killed in the Parkland school shooting has warned against focusing only on gun laws, and not overall school safety. 'Gun laws right now are not achievable. My daughter was murdered by a gun. She should have been safe in the school, he told CBS this weekend. Meadow, 18, was 'stalked and shot nine times' by Nikolas Cruz, (inset) 19, a former student of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine's Day.

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BobBarney

NRA turns on Trump: Gun lobby says president's meeting with lawmakers was 'great TV but bad policy' after he suggested taking guns before due process

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The National Rifle Association on Wednesday blasted President Donald Trump for his proposal to take guns away from dangerous individual even if it violates due process.

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MarkS

POLL: More Americans Blame Government Failure Than Guns In Parkland Shooting

POLITICS | JUSTIN CARUSO
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This is huge.

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ThePlainTruth

Revealed: 4,000 ex-servicemen have been added to the gun ban list in the last three months, after the military came under fire for failing to report discharged Sutherland Springs gunman

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The US Air Force came under fire after admitting it failed to submit the gunman's name to the FBI's background check system - even though he had been discharged for assaulting his wife

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