Lyft Driver Fired After She Used Her Gun In Self-Defense During Attempted Carjacking And Assault

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CLEVELAND, OHIO — A rideshare employee is looking for a new job after being fired by Lyft. The company decided to sever ties after the driver, Cynthia Norman, picked up two men in their 20’s who tried to carjack her. Lyft didn’t fire her because of the attempted carjacking, but rather because she used her […]

BREAKING: NRA Files Bankruptcy, Looking At TX Move

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By John Boch via TTAG and Republished with Permission The National Rifle Association, the nation’s oldest civil rights organization, is shutting down in New York State to reincorporate in Texas. By doing so, the NRA hopes to escape the partisan political prosecution (some would say persecution) by the NY State Attorney General Leticia James. The […]

NY’ers And Others Rejoice! 10 Round Magazines Are Now Available For The Springfield Armory Hellcat

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I know that many of my friends in New York have been missing out on some Hellcat action, because the magazine capacity was scary to King Cuomo. Now, Springfield has released a 10-round magazine to please the King. Springfield Armory is proud to announce the new 10-Round Hellcat and Hellcat OSP pistols. This new offering […]

91-Year-Old Blind And Deaf Woman Shot And Killed By Police Who Were Responding To Her Call For Help For A Home Invasion

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VICTORVILLE, CALIFORNIA — A 91-year-old woman, who her family say was legally blind and deaf, died after being shot by police who were responding to a call that she had made. That woman, Betty Francois, who lived alone, called 911 to report that she believed an intruder was at her house. When police arrived, she […]

Michigan Bans Open Carry Of Guns Inside State Capitol

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It’s one step forward, two steps back. Moves to ban weapons at the statehouse have been pushed since April, when protesters opposed to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s COVID-19 restrictions, some armed with long rifles and other weapons, entered the Michigan Capitol demanding to be allowed onto the floor of a legislative chamber that was closed to the public. […]