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N.J. man’s handgun case before U.S. Supreme Court on Friday

The U.S. Supreme Court will decide in the coming days whether it will hear a Sussex County man’s challenge to New Jersey’s handgun carry laws.The lawsuit, brought by John Drake, challenges the “justifiable need” requirement the state asks for carrying a handgun. It has drawn the support of the National Rifle Association and 19 other states,…
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Television Networks Ignore Case of Utah Mother Accused of Killing Seven Babies

ABC, CBS, and NBC’s morning newscasts on Monday all omitted the arrest of a Utah woman, after the bodies of seven newborn babies were discovered in her house on Saturday. The Big Three morning shows did understandably devote a significant amount of air time to a white supremacist’s shooting rampage at two Jewish community centers [̷…
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‘What a joke’: Iowahawk puts referral of Lois Lerner case to DOJ into dizzying nutshell

Contempt-a-palooza
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‘Someone has a case of the sads’: Editor who dismissed Sarah Palin’s Russia/Ukraine prediction whines

Playing it snide.
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Major Updates in Justina Pelletier Case: Lawmakers Get Involved, Teen Will Not Be Transferred to Foster Care

“The Department’s heavy-handed, unjustified interference with the rights of these parents is an example of what is wrong with this agency.”


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NRA-Backed Case A Benchmark Win in 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Fairfax, VA – The United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit today ruled in favor of the right of law-abiding citizens in California to carry a firearm outside the home for self-defense. California law allows local governments to issue concealed and open carry permits, but generally prohibits the carriage of handguns in public places. The…
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Terri Schiavo’s Brother: Jahi McMath’s Case is Also About Parental Rights

Much has been written about Jahi McMath in recent days. The 13 year old Oakland girl underwent surgery Dec. 9 to remove her tonsils. She was declared “brain-dead” after going into cardiac arrest. Since that time, experts have opined on the ethics of her brain death declaration, the family’s decision to transfer her to another […]…
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Testimony Begins in Case of Man Who Tricked Girlfriend Into Taking Abortion Drug

It seemingly came out of the blue. John Andrew Welden admitted tricking his then-girlfriend Remee Jo Lee into taking misoprostol (Cytotec)last March with the intention of causing Ms. Lee to miscarry her 6-7-week-old unborn baby. His lawyers had worked out a plea bargain so that Welden pleaded guilty to lesser charges of consumer product tampering […
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The new case for hunting

City dwellers are not known for being fond of blood sports. As the nation has grown less rural, the number of hunters has declined. People whose acquaintance is limited to “Bambi” tend to recoil at the notion of shooting deer or other game animals. But a convergence of developments makes it more plausible than ever for the skeptical to find virtues…
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Ridiculous OFA: ‘Get covered’ in case you have a food related injury on Thanksgiving [pics]

With Turkey Day approaching, it takes some brass wattles to have supported a health care law that is hitting millions of Americans with cancellation letters and then remind everybody why they should “get covered” this Thanksgiving: When cooking Thanksgiving dinner takes a turn for the worst, be prepared. #GetTalking: OFA.BO/TGqHiH http:…
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Court throws out Brian Terry family’s case; Appeal possible

A federal court tonight has thrown out a case brought by the family of Brian Terry, the Border Patrol agent who was killed in a firefight on the Arizona-Mexico border in December 2010. Sharyl Attkisson reports that money already awarded to the family precludes this sort of case from proceeding.

Florida: Pro-Gun Sheriff Prosecuted by Anti-Gun State Attorney in Second Amendment Case

We have been flooded with requests for information concerning the arrest of pro-gun Sheriff Nick Finch of Liberty County, Florida, for his actions in upholding the Second Amendment.  And his subsequent prosecution by Willie Meggs, the anti-gun State Attorney for 2nd Judicial Circuit, Florida.  Many have asked if there is anything they can do to help, and the answer is YES.  The trial is now over and Sheriff Nick Finch has been reinstated as Sheriff of Liberty County.  It only took the jury a little over an hour to find Sheriff Finch NOT GUILTY. 
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Hazard4 Battle Axe Discreet Rifle Case

For those of us who live in, shall we say, less than gun-friendly areas, our periodic trips to the range can be fraught with peril. What if that nosy neighbor spots the rifle case? What if I stop for gas and someone glances inside my minivan? Even in gun-friendly places, there are plenty of reasons to be a little extra careful when transporting long arms—for many of us, our rifles are a serious investment. Having a case that doesn’t scream “RIFLE” is a distinct advantage whether you’re transporting a firearm in Massachusetts or simply stopping for gas in Texas.

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National Rifle Association to Challenge Sunnyvale Measure C Provisions in Court as Second Amendment Test Case


If passed by voters on November 5, Measure C would do nothing to reduce violent crime or firearm accidents in Sunnyvale.  NRA lawyers see Measure C as an opportunity to clarify that the Second Amendment protects against these types of infringements on the right to keep and bear arms and intend to file lawsuits challenging Measure C in court if it passes.
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