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Schools, Enemy Groups, Navy

Housekeeping There may be some interruption or delay in the 2A Newsletter for the next couple of weeks due to the holidays. Y’all have a Merry Christmas. SCOTUS declines to hear anti-CCW appeal This week the US Supreme Court declined to review a Pennsylvania Supreme Court (PSC) decision throwing out its case against a man stopped by Allentown police after …

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Christmas is coming. Buy more guns!

SCOTUS, Schools, Enemies, Wildlife, Guns Up – Crime Down

Litigation (Click or tap to expand image) SCOTUS heard oral arguments this week in the NYSRPA vs. City of NY case regarding NY’s law prohibiting most transport (not carry) of guns outside of the home. Argument preview: Justices take up battle over New York City gun ban – and the scope of the Second Amendment? [SCOTUSblog] Argument analysis: Justices focus …

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Litigation, Judiciary, Safety, Speedloaders

Housekeeping There will probably be no 2A Newsletter next week due to the Thanksgiving holiday.  Y’all enjoy and give thanks. University of Virginia update Last week we posted an item about the University of Virginia, which cited fears of “gun violence,” to explain ceasing a 21-gun salute to veterans that’s been a part of the university’s Veterans Day celebrations for …

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Secret Service guns

Election, Litigation, Only Ones, Deer, Defensive Issues

Election in Virginia In Virginia, scandal-laden Gov. Ralph Northam (D) has announced he will sign all gun control bills sent to him by the General Assembly, control of which was taken by the Democrats in this month’s election. All that remains to stop them are the court system, or anarchy. FWIW, Virginia is also where Democrat Joe Morrissey, who has …

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Veterans' Day

MS AG Opinion, School Attack Study, AR-15 Need

Monday is Veterans Day. Thank you, veterans. MS election Mississippi Republicans won 8 of 8 statewide offices, have majorities in Legislature, Transportation Commission and Public Service Commission. First Republican attorney general since Reconstruction. Republican supermajorities remain in the Legislature, with 3 seats added in the Senate and 1 lost in the House. The Democrats now control nothing in state government, …

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MS Election, Litigation, Self Defense Insurance, Obit

MS election is Tuesday Governor’s race Tate Reeves’ (R) ad about Jim Hood’s (D) position on guns. I also thought it interesting that Hood, the “top lawyer in the state” thinks stand your ground laws and castle doctrine laws are the same thing. They aren’t. An attorney should know that. We also notice Mr. Hood has been less productive with …

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Litigation, NRA, Enemies, Murderers and Massacres

MS election The NRA-PVF grades are out for the November 5 election. Check your magazine or go here. Litigation The US Supreme Court has requested that the Maryland Attorney General’s Office respond to the Second Amendment challenge (Brian Kirk Malpasso et al. v. William M. Pallozzi, Superintendent, Maryland Department of State Police, No. 19-423) brought by the Maryland State Rifle …

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MS Election, Litigation, CCW, Only Ones, Shotshell Trick

NRA Article on NRA debacle and the man behind the movement to save it. Ackerman McQueen’s court-filed answer and counterclaim to NRA & Wayne LaPierre. 55 pages. MS election (Nov. 5) Mississippi gubernatorial candidate and Attorney General Jim Hood (D) said during a debate that he supports state-mandated “universal” background checks (which require gun registration), talked about closing the fictitious …

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