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. […]

AR15.COM Domain Registrar Shuts Them Down, Forced To Switch To First Amendment-Friendly Company

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The internet is a wild and free thing, unless you’re pro gun and like to speak your mind. We’ve seen a fair number of crack-downs on numerous places, and the latest casualty is the popular AR15.com website. AR15.com has issued the following statement: On Monday, January 11, 2021, I received notice from our site registrar […]

Shoplifter Shoots Two Loss Prevention Officer and Sheriff’s Deputy

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STERLING, VIRGINIA – A suspected shoplifter was arrested after shooting two Walmart employees and a Loudoun County Sheriff’s deputy on January 2nd. Police were called to the Dulles Crossing Plaza in Sterling in reference to a shoplifting incident. The man was confronted by two civilian Walmart loss prevention officers who suspected him of shoplifting merchandise […]