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George Noory: Why We Need Guns – Video

Posted: February 3, 2015 at 6:53 pm



George Noory: Why We Need Guns
Alex Jones talks with George Noory about the waterfront of issues facing this country as well as why the Second Amendment is crucial to the survival of liber. Alex Jones talks with George…

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Infowars Nightly News: Monday (5-12-14) – Video

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Infowars Nightly News: Monday (5-12-14)
On The May 10, 2014 Broadcast Of The Infowars Nightly News. David Knight Hosts. News Covered: 1776 Worldwide: The Second Amendment Comes to Mexico. DHS Emails Reveal U.S. May Have …

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Giveaway Winners for February 1 2015 – Video

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Giveaway Winners for February 1 2015
Second Amendment Giveaways A brief film announcing the latest giveaway winners for our February 1 2015 giveaway. Prizes won during this giveaway: A Cheaper than Dirt gift card valued at $100.00, …

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'I think we just recognized gay marriage,' lawmaker says after amendment to gun permit bill

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LINCOLN Granting military spouses the right to carry concealed handguns in Nebraska triggered a debate over gay marriage Tuesday in the Nebraska Legislature.

Current law allows nonresident military members to apply for concealed gun permits without having to first live in Nebraska for 180 days to establish residency. A bill advanced from the first round of debate on a 37-4 vote would waive the residency period for military spouses who want to apply for gun permits.

Sen. Paul Schumacher of Columbus, however, questioned whether the bill would allow same-sex spouses to obtain gun permits given Nebraskas Constitutional ban on gay marriage. He proposed an amendment so the gun privilege would apply to anyone receiving the federal benefits of a military spouse.

The Department of Defense extended benefits to same-sex spouses in 2013 following a U.S. Supreme Court decision that struck down the federal Defense of Marriage Act.

Is not the Second Amendment sex blind, color blind, Schumacher said. What great evil would come from saying a partner of somebody in the military is entitled to exercise their Second Amendment rights to carry a concealed weapon in this state?

The amendment was adopted by a vote of 38-0.

Sen. John Murante of Gretna, who did not vote for or against the bill, expressed concern that the Schumacher amendment could be used to challenge Nebraskas ban on same-sex marriage.

I think we just recognized gay marriage, he said moments after the vote. We are now using the federal governments standard for who receives marriage benefits.

Sen. Dave Bloomfield of Hoskins, who sponsored the measure, said he does not think the amendment language will open up the states marriage law to attack. The state Constitution definitively says gay marriage is not recognized within Nebraskas borders, he added.

The forms that a gun permit applicant fill out ask nothing about the gender of an applicants spouse, Bloomfield said.

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Gun rights group sues D.C. over concealed carry laws

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A gun rights advocacy group filed a lawsuit Tuesday challenging the Districts newly enacted concealed carry laws on behalf of three men who were denied permits to carry firearms by the Metropolitan Police Department.

In the lawsuit filed in federal court, the Bellevue, Washington-based Second Amendment Foundation alleges that the laws requirement gun owners demonstrate a good reason to carry a concealed weapon is unconstitutional.

The city has set the bar so high that it relegates a fundamental civil right to the status of a heavily-regulated government privilege, said Alan Gottlieb, executive vice president of the Second Amendment Foundation. Law-abiding citizens who clear background checks and are allowed to have handguns in their homes are being unnecessarily burdened with the additional requirement of proving some special need.

D.C. lawmakers approved new concealed carry laws last year to comply with a ruling by U.S. District Judge Frederick J. Scullin Jr. that overturned the Districts ban on the carrying of firearms in public. The legislation has come under fire from gun owners who said the laws were so restrictive they would not be able to qualify for permits.

Tuesdays lawsuit doubles efforts by gun owners to challenge regulations requiring them to prove they are under a specific threat in order to obtain an concealed carry permit.

Attorney Alan Gura, who is representing the Second Amendment Foundation in this latest lawsuit, has also asked Judge Scullin to hold the city in contempt for failure to adopt a constitutional licensing scheme as the judge required in the Palmer v. District case. Judge Scullin has yet to issue a ruling.

In the meantime, the District has appealed the Palmer case.

The lawsuit filed Tuesday alleges that three men Brian Wrenn and Joshua Akery, of the District, and Tyler Whidby, a Florida resident who also maintains a residence in Virginia were all denied concealed carry permits by Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier. The lawsuit states all three men applied for the permits but were unable to demonstrate a special need for self-protection distinguishable from the general community or provide evidence showing they have been subject to specific threats or previous attacks.

The Metropolitan Police Department did not immediately have a response to the lawsuit.

The concealed carry laws adopted by D.C. lawmakers established a Concealed Pistol Licensing Review Board, to which gun owners who are denied permits by the chief can appeal their cases.

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The Second Amendment. Everyone in the USA MUST WATCH. – Video

Posted: February 2, 2015 at 5:49 pm



The Second Amendment. Everyone in the USA MUST WATCH.
The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution reads: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall…

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NRA representative to discuss Second Amendment rights, gun control at Lehigh Valley event

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A man exercises his right to open carry as he questions NRA lobbyist Suzanne Anglewicz during a March 2013 CEPTA event in Emmaus.Precious Petty | lehighvalleylive.com

A National Rifle Association representative is scheduled to speak this month at an event in Emmaus.

The Concerned East Penn Taxpayers Association on Feb. 17 is hosting Lexy Ruscak, a grassroots coordinator for the NRA Institute for Legislative Action, according to a news release. The institute is the association’s lobbying arm.

Ruscak is slated to discuss the state of gun rights in Pennsylvania during a 7:30 p.m. talk at Emmaus Fire Co. No. 1, 50 S. Sixth St. A question-and-answer session is planned during the event, which runs until 9:30 p.m.

Ruscak’s expected to focus on how new laws will affect Keystone State residents, specifically how they may limit local gun control laws, a proposed ban of human silhouette targets and whether publishing information about concealed carry permit holders is legal, the release says.

CEPTA hosted NRA lobbyist Suzanne Anglewicz in 2013, drawing about 75 people for a March event.

Precious Petty may be reached at ppetty@express-times.com. Follow her on Twitter @precpetty. Find Lehigh County news on Facebook.

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Tenn. Lawmaker Proposes Second Amendment Tax Free Holiday – Video

Posted: February 1, 2015 at 6:51 pm



Tenn. Lawmaker Proposes Second Amendment Tax Free Holiday
A Tennessee lawmaker has filed a bill that would create a Second Amendment Tax Free Holiday during the first weekend of September.

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What If The Second Amendment Meant What It Said? – Video

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What If The Second Amendment Meant What It Said?
What if government weren't ever actually intended to be its (2A's) interpreter, its (government's) own arbiter, to decide the limits of its own authority, let alone with regard to an expressly…

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Lt. Gov. Reeves on Second Amendment protections, recognizing military service – Video

Posted: January 31, 2015 at 4:47 am



Lt. Gov. Reeves on Second Amendment protections, recognizing military service
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves outlines his plans to reduce conceal carry permit fees and recognize military training for certain firearm permits in the 2015 session. …

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