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Police arrested a 65-year-old man in Milford, Conn., after he allegedly got a squirrel in his yard on Monday. Upon further investigation, officers recovered an unregistered “assault rifle” and three “large-capacity magazines.”

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Michael R. Bloomberg, making his first major political investment since leaving office, plans to spend $50 million this year building a nationwide grass-roots network to motivate voters who feel strongly about curbing gun violence, an organization he hopes can eventually outmuscle the National Rifle Association.

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And: Watch Citizens in Buffalo, NY Shred Gun Registration Forms on Registration Deadline Day

Ben Carson says the Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman tragedy should make Americans reconsider the role of neighborhood watchmen — including what kinds of weaponry they should carry.

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See Also: Dr. Benjamin Carson On Gun Control: “It Depends On Where You Live”

A veteran Oregon clinical psychologist appearing in a gun control documentary airing next Thursday, reiterated to Examiner today in an exclusive telephone interview what he said in the video – touted by KOIN News Wednesday as second-place finisher in a national competition – that “Firearms don’t cause violence, violent people cause violence.”

Dr. Frank P. Colistro, who operates a private practice and has appeared as an expert witness at sentencing hearings, has some other observations that may leave gun control advocates scrambling for words.

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Not unlike what’s happening in Connecticut right now, New York gun owners are refusing registration, blatantly defying the state’s unconstitutional new gun control law, called the NY SAFE Act.

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Significantly, Indianapolis this year is home to two conferences: both the National Rifle Association, April 25-27—and an annual Indiana Black Expo. July 10-20.  The city government has apparently been refusing to advertise the NRA conference—but it is celebrating the Black Expo from the highest levels.

Needless to say, the city government is also far more involved in the Black Expo in another way—providing massive amounts of security and a huge propaganda campaign aimed at preventing attendees from killing each other.

Also needless to say, despite the Main Stream Media’s loathing for guns and (more importantly) for gun owners, there seem to be absolutely no security concerns over the NRA conference, which bring an estimated 70,000 gun enthusiasts to the city. But—

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I’ve heard some stupid sh*t in my life, but this is truly amazing. I know: I should be a bit more decorous leading into this post, so that readers of a more gentle disposition than your humble correspondent can watch Mr. Uygur hoist himself by his own rhetorical petard. But The Young Turks host’s “thought experiment” on guns is all but completely incoherent. He asks us to imagine someone in a room with three guns. And . . . that’s it. In his opinion, that person is in more danger than he would be if he was in the room with no guns. Which tells us  . . .

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ARLINGTON — A founder of Open Carry Tarrant County walked into Arlington City Hall Tuesday night with a six-shooter holstered to his hip.

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Published on Mar 29, 2014

OpenCarry TarrantCo: After about a half hour of handing out information (Open Carry information cards and pocket Constitutions) to people who requested it, parked at red lights and curious as to what we were doing, Sgt. Pina (badge 1983) rounded up his troops and this is what happened. (Video above)

We passed fire fighters in the road on the way to this event, collecting money for their boots.

The gentleman being detained at the end, was officially the 1st person in Arlington to EVER be cited for this. He will be taking it to court. He was to receive his ticket in the mail.

This is a city ordinance that has been, in other instances, over turned by Supreme Court rulings.


Back in Nov. 2013 Sgt. Pina illegally detained two men with OpenCarry TarrantCo because they refused to disarm. Why was Pina harassing the law abiding men?  Besides being the dick that he is,  he claims a “concerned citizen” called.

Have you ever seen someone handcuffed with their firearm still on them? If not…here’s a first.

Today, Governor Scott Walker (R) signed two NRA-backed bills into law, Assembly Bill 368 and Senate Bill 527.

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MONTPELIER, Vt. — A bill that passed the Vermont House without controversy is now in doubt after gun-rights advocates exposed provisions allowing police to take guns during domestic disputes.

“It’s a highly illegal confiscation bill,” Gun Owners of Vermont president Ed Cutler told Vermont Watchdog.

“H.735 is a forfeiture bill that tells police if a person gets a temporary restraining order, they have to come into the house and take all weapons — not just firearms, but all weapons.”

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