Action Item, Judiciary, Trauma, Ammo, Bayonets, Training

Action item Work to defeat the unconstitutional and catastrophic proposal for Washington, D.C. statehood. Judiciary This week the U.S. Senate confirmed President Trump’s nomination of Cory Wilson of Mississippi to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. This is Mr. Trump’s 200th judicial nominee, and his 53rd circuit court judge. For the first time in more than four …

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Litigation, MS Bills, Enemies, Only Ones

Litigation Chief U.S. District Judge Daniel P. Jordan III of the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of Mississippi issued a consent decree last week in the case filed by MS Rep. Dana Criswell (R-Olive Branch) against the City of Jackson and its mayor, ordering the City to never again act on its own to restrict the right to …

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How do they fit all that stupid into one head?

NRA Meeting, Litigation, Looneys

NRA meeting The NRA has officially announced that the 149th Annual Meeting of Members, previously scheduled for Saturday, April 18, 2020 in Nashville, TN, has been rescheduled for Saturday, September 5, at the Springfield Expo Center located at 635 E. Saint Louis Street, Springfield, Missouri. The Meeting with take place in Halls A/B/C of the Expo Center and commence at …

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Protest vs looting

Litigation, NRA, Riots, Tactics

MS federal gun case The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that an employee of a company contracted to do work at a Nissan plant in Canton, Mississippi who was fired for having a firearm in his car at work has no legal protection, even under the state’s law that allows for some legal gun owners to lawfully …

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First Rule of Gun Safety: Never let the government take your guns

Riots, SCOTUS, Elections, MS Bills

Watching a murder Rioting is breaking out in various cities around the country, including the torching of an occupied police precinct building in Minneapolis, from which the cops fled. Be careful out there; better yet, don’t be out there. I’m no lawyer, but my understanding is that a person(s) in the act of committing arson on an occupied building is …

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Litigation, Pensacola, Jails, Paradox Tubes

Memorial Day Monday is Memorial Day, when we give tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Think about that before you start in on the hot dogs and water skiing. CCRKBA, SAF Hosting Free Online Grassroots Training Sessions Next Week CCRKBA, SAF HOSTING FREE ONLINE GRASSROOTS TRAINING SESSIONS The 2A Acid Test, by Dave Workman Read …

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Litigation, Virus, TV

Litigation A three judge panel from the US 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver said a lower court was right to reject a request from Clark Aposhian to temporarily block last year’s Trump Administration bump stock ban, because he did not show he was likely to win his case. The appeals court also said he failed to show that …

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Litigation, NRA, Enemies, Products

The US Supreme Court considered nearly a dozen different Second Amendment-related cases in conference last week, but has not yet accepted or dismissed any of the cases. Instead, the Court carried all of them over, so they will again be heard in conference in May. The Court is now hearing arguments by phone. GOA sues ATF over revocation of NICS …

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