11-Year-Old Gets Visit From Police After Air Guns Spotted On Video During Virtual Class

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By Dan Zimmerman via TTAG Spending so much more time online these last few months has been a difficult transition for many. Lots of people participating in virtual meetings and classes have been embarrassed by inconvenient activity behind them or noises that are broadcast to others when their mics aren’t on mute. So you can probably imagine what happened […]

Minneapolis City Council President Says That Calling The Police For A Burglary Is Exercising Privilege

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By Dan Zimmerman via TTAG Minneapolis City Council President Lisa Bender appeared on CNN this morning to discuss the council’s plan to dismantle the city’s police department in the wake of the George Floyd killing. What, you may ask, will replace the MPD? According to Bender, they will construct a “transformative new model of public safety.” Exactly what that […]

LIVE: Chaos In Minneapolis

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A new, active Live Stream can be found below: Original Article: A live stream, likely one of many, is being broadcast out of Minneapolis as people protest the death of 46-year-old George Floyd. After watching the video for just a few minutes, multiple fires are seen, and shop windows broken as many walk around the […]

If A Jurisdiction Isn’t Issuing Carry Permits, They Shouldn’t Arrest People Carrying Without A Permit

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BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation today said that if state agencies and officials around the country that are responsible for issuing concealed carry licenses or permits are not taking new applications because of the COVID-19 outbreak, they should not arrest people for carrying without a license/permit. “We’ve received reports that some agencies are […]