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5 Tweets That Sum Up The Idiocracy Behind the #NRA2DOJ March

Women’s March organizers have planned a 17-mile march from the National Rifle Association (NRA) headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia to the Department of Justice offices in Washington, D.C. The March is a response to Dana Loesch’s NRA ad which condemns violence. March organizers are making the demanding the NRA takes the following

Armed Florida Mom Ends Violent Attack on Neighbor

Earlier this month, Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office in Florida responded to a call at approximately 4 a.m. of a suspicious person knocking on doors. When deputies arrived on the scene, they found an 18-year-old who fit the description of the suspect. As deputies approached the condominium, they heard loud yelling and banging

New Legislation Aims to Put Firearms Education in Wisconsin High Schools

Well, hallelujah, what wonders never cease! On June 30, 2017, 18 Wisconsin Representatives and 5 State Senators introduced Assembly Bill 427, common sense legislation aimed at putting firearms education into high schools across the Dairy State. The bill would require the state superintendent of public instruction to work with the Department of Natural Resources,

Despite Media Claims of a “Trump Slump”, 2017 May Break Last Year’s Record-Setting Gun Sales

If the FBI’s gun background check data is any indication, and it is, we may actually knock last year’s gun sale total on its tukas. According to the FBI, a total of 12,601,102 checks were run in the first six months of 2017. Last year saw a record 27,538,673 checks conducted and while we may only be

New Compilation Video Takes Aim at The World’s Worst Firearms Instructor’s Mental Acuity

  Alright, let’s get this out of the way right up front – I know some of you are going to get into this article and lose your minds over the title of the video included below. *I had nothing to do that, but the video itself definitely needs to be

Attorney For Kate Steinle’s Murderer Blames Stolen Gun for her Death

Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, the illegal alien charged with the 2015 murder of Kate Steinle, is being represented by attorneys with the public defender’s office who are proving their team has one hell of a set of cajones. The Chief Attorney in the San Francisco Public Defender’s office, Attorney Matt Gonzalez, has launched a very public

Texas Court Rejects Challenge to State’s Campus Carry Law

On Thursday, July 6, 2017, a trial court in Texas dismissed a challenge to Texas’s campus carry law which claimed the legislation stifled the First Amendment rights of college professors. Plaintiffs allege that “classroom discussion will be narrowed, truncated, cut back, cut off” by the allowance of guns in the classroom. One

What to Watch in Second-Half 2017

I recently was asked by a subscriber if I could provide him a “short-hand” characterization of what happened in markets during the first half of the year. After thinking about it for a few minutes, I responded with the following: “A low-volatility grind higher based on hope.” The low volatility part

GOP Rallies Behind Idiotic Bill

Republicans are about to do something very stupid. Using bribery, threats and cajolery, they intend to pass a catastrophically unpopular bill on a party-line vote. GOP: Obamacare is unpopular, so let’s pass a new health care bill that’s even MORE unpopular. Normal Person: Why would you do that? GOP: No, you don’t understand. Obamacare is

HuffPost embarking on dangerous mission to explore mysterious middle America

**Written by Doug Powers The fact that HuffPost is approaching this like they’re intellectual Eloi setting off to observe a bunch of cow-tipping Morlocks speaks volumes, but it’s sure to bring with it some fantastic moments of bewilderment and discovery: Having made its name as a home for liberals and the blog

Excerpts From Trump’s Conversation With Journalists on Air Force One

The following are excerpts, as prepared and released on Thursday by the White House, from a conversation aboard Air Force One between President Trump and members of the press corps as they flew to Paris on Wednesday night. The conversation was initially thought by the journalists to be off the

President Trump’s Budget Would Reduce Deficit By $160 Billion and Increase GDP Growth

President Donald Trump's proposed budget for 2018 would reduce the deficit over the next decade by $160 billion and increase GDP at the same time, according to an analysis from the Congressional Budget Office. Trump's budget proposes a cut back in mandatory and discretionary spending that would not only reduce

Podesta: Details of Russian meetings ‘starting to smell more and more like collusion’

John Podesta, the former chairman for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, on Monday said the revelation of President Trump officials' contacts with Russia is beginning to smell “like collusion.” “You know, it’s starting to smell more and more like collusion to the public,” Podesta told MSNBC’s “All in with Chris Hayes.”

Judge rules in favor of Hawaii in challenge to Trump travel ban

A federal judge in Honolulu has expanded the Trump administration’s list of family relationships needed by people seeking new visas from six mostly Muslim countries to avoid a travel ban. U.S. District Court Judge Derrick Watson ruled today that the travel ban exemptions should include grandparents, grandchildren, uncles, aunts and

Greens senator Scott Ludlam resigns over failure to renounce dual citizenship (Australia)

Deputy Greens leader Scott Ludlam is stepping down from Federal Parliament, after admitting he has been ineligible to sit in the Senate for his whole tenure because he holds dual citizenship. Mr Ludlam admitted his election was invalid because he did not renounce his New Zealand citizenship, which the WA

It’s personal: 65% who disapprove of Trump do so because of his “personality,” not policy or job

Now here’s an interesting result. Three presidents, three metrics — and in each case the biggest problem for each man was different than it was for the other two. See Also: Union files grievance over ‘goat crews’ clearing brush on university campus The silver lining for Trump is that, for

No need for a full border wall, Trump says

President Trump, who made the building of a wall along the border with Mexico a central promise of his campaign, significantly scaled back the pledge Thursday. "You don't need 2,000 miles of wall because you have a lot of natural barriers," Trump said to reporters on Air Force One during