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YouTuber

YouTuber shot dead after prank goes wrong

YouTuber Timothy Wilks, 20, was filming a series of “pranks” for his online channel. The intent was for Wilks, and another YouTuber, to lunge at passers-by with a fake butcher knife. Witnesses claim they intended to film and subsequently post the reaction videos. However, things turned deadly when Wilks approached David Starnes Jr, 23, and …

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Unconstitutional gun laws

“Unconstitutional,” Judges reverse CA ban on high-capacity magazines

A federal appeals court has overruled the banning of high capacity magazines, calling it unconstitutional. Originally, the ban was against magazines that held more than ten rounds of ammunition. These were commonly referred to as large-capacity magazines, or high-capacity magazines. This law has been a constant source of controversy for the state.  Unconstitutional gun laws …

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TSA

TSA took 4,432 guns from flyers in 2019

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) found 4,432 guns on passengers or in their luggage in 2019. That is a 5% raise from 2018, where they found 4,239. TSA Administrator David Pekoske said “There is a proper way to travel safely with a firearm.” Travelers in Texas, Colorado, and Florida were the biggest culprits. View a TSA statement by …

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Pro MMA fighter, Mitch "Smashin' Frog" Aguiar is a former Navy SEAL

Pro MMA fighter & Fmr Navy SEAL guards monument

Pro MMA fighter, Mitch “Smashin’ Frog” Aguiar is a former Navy SEAL who resides in Virginia. After hearing rumors that a protest planned to target a memorial in Virginia Beach, he took action. Virginia is an open carry state, so Mitch armed him self legally, and went to ensure the memorial to the fallen SEALs …

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Canada

Canada bans all “Assault-Style” firearms

Recently, the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau announced the new ban on what they consider “assault-style” firearms. Before our Canadian readers panic, the new laws will not fully go into effect for two years. The Prime Minister’s government website states the following, “Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today announced the ban of over 1,500 models …

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VA Governor: signed new gun laws, decriminalizes marijuana

Virginia has had many shakeups recently. As a result, we have reported on the controversy surrounding their gun laws. However, the story is still ongoing with several new developments. New gun laws The Governor’s website posted that he signed the following bills: Senate Bill 70 and House Bill 2 requiring background checks on all firearm sales in …

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2A Poll- How do we stop shootings without infringing our rights?

“…shall not be infringed” is stated very clearly in the Second Amendment. However, we spend more time defending our Constitutional right to bear arms than finding alternative ways to end violence. So I polled 250 Veterans and active duty as to their ideas on how to stop the violence without violating anyone’s 2A rights. This …

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New York gun bill requires social media password!?

“New York is 1 of 6 states with constitutions that do not explicitly protect the right of the people to keep and bear arms.” This excerpt was taken from the justification section of proposed New York Senate Bill S9197. If passed, the Bill would require NY residents wanting to purchase a firearm, to give consent …

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Virginia’s “Assault firearms” ban moves forward

Voted 12 yays to 9 nays, the Committee on Public Safety Virginia House Bill 961 moves on to the next step. Hence, the bill on “assault firearms” will be debated on the floor of Virginia’s House of Representatives. If they pass the bill, the Virginia Senate will take a vote. The final stop before it …

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