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Ohio StateWDTN

Ohio bill would increase penalty for repeated offenses of illegal firearm possession

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WDTN) – State Representative Kyle Koehler (R-Springfield) introduced legislation Monday to increase the penalty for repeated offenses of illegal firearm possession. “The up-tick in gun violence plaguing Springfield over the last months has shown the importance of getting repeat violent offenders off our streets,” said Koehler. “I have...
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'Watters' World' on cancel culture, reopening schools

This is a rush transcript from "Watters’ World," July 31, 2021. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. JESSE WATTERS, FOX NEWS HOST: Welcome to WATTERS' WORLD. I'm Jesse Watters. Permanent pandemic: That's the subject of tonight's Watters' Words. Fear gives them power. That's...
Congress & CourtsWashington Times

Stopping Kamala Harris’ liberal agenda

“Dumb hick,” “ignorant,” “white trash,” “vile” —- Upon starting my campaign by launching an actual rocket with the liberal agenda into space, the left was quick to go on the attack. The day after my campaign launch, CNN was on the offensive, calling me “vile” and attacking my conservative platform. I received many calls from liberals all over the country, hurling hateful words at me. They were upset because I had overlooked Sleepy Joe Biden and gotten right to the point at the start of my campaign: That Kamala Harris is the most powerful vice president in our nation’s history. I plan to be her worst nightmare when I get into the Senate.
Upshur County, WVThe Recorddelta

Local lawmaker summarizes the 2021 legislative session

WESTON — West Virginia House of Delegates member Adam Burkhammer and West Virginia Senator Patrick Martin recently met with the Central West Virginia Republican Women (CWVRW) to discuss local issues within Upshur and Lewis counties. The CWVRW modified its charter on May 24, 2021 to include both Randolph and Lewis counties.
Public SafetyBig Hollywood

July 2021 Saw Second-Most Gun Background Checks of Any July in History

July 2021 proved to have the second-most National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) checks of any July in history. FBI figures show that 2,882,676 NICS checks were conducted in July 2021, second only to the 3,639,224 conducted in July 2020. Breitbart News noted that June 2021 witnessed the second...
New York City, NYBig Hollywood

Watch: Two Men Pull Guns, Open Fire in Mayor de Blasio’s NYC

Video from NYPD NEWS shows two men pulling guns Saturday to open fire on a crowd of innocents in Mayor Bill de Blasio’s (D) New York City. Fox News reported Sunday the crowd was gathered outside a laundromat late Saturday night “near 99th Street and 37th Avenue,” when the gunmen opened fire. Ten people were wounded in the attack, then the gunmen fled the scene on mopeds.
Livonia, MIBig Hollywood

Watch: Burger King Employee Allegedly Points Gun at Customer

A Burger King employee in Livonia, Michigan, is facing charges for allegedly pointing a gun at customers who were arguing about how to pay for their order. On August 2, 2021, the Daily Mail noted the employee, 24-year-old Dustin Rocheleau, is due in court on August 5. The incident with...
Politicsamericasnewshub.com

Blacks, Gun Control, and the Second Amendment | National Review

Boston Globe writer Jeff Jacoby has a stellar piece in which he argues against the leftist notion that the Second Amendment was meant to hurt blacks. He writes, “The real racism associated with the Second Amendment isn’t in the rights of gun ownership that the Bill of Rights cemented into the Constitution’s text. It is in the long and shameful record of those rights being denied.”
Presidential ElectionDaily Gazette

Letters to the Editor Tuesday, Aug. 3

After reading Art Pagano’s July 29 letter (“Are you better off under Biden so far?”), I am dumbfounded. There are many complications yet to be dealt with and I would describe the progress made in the first six months to be methodical. There is a difference that I truly appreciate...
Politicsillinoisnewsnow.com

Pritzker signs FOID update while others call for law to be scrapped

(The Center Square) – A new state law brings about a variety of changes to Illinois’ Firearm Owner’s Identification card law, including making fingerprints optional, requiring background checks for private transfers, and combining the FOID with the Concealed Carry License. In Aurora, the scene of a mass shooting in 2019...
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