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West Virginia advances campus gun bill despite student alarm – Associated Press

Photo: Zachary Campbell of the West Virginia Citizens Defense League speaks in support of a bill that would allow people with concealed carry permits to bring firearms on West Virginia college and university campuses West Virginia lawmakers voted Wednesday to advance a bill that would allow people with concealed carry permits to bring firearms on

John Stossel

Opinion: Black Guns Matter – John Stossel

We know about Black Lives Matter. My new video is about a group called Black Guns Matter. Maj Toure, a Philadelphia high school dropout turned activist, tells me he started it after he got tired of hearing people endless chanting, “Black lives matter” but saying nothing “when it’s time for black people to defend their lives.”

Legal Beat

Supreme Court conservatives flex muscle in sweeping rulings – Associated Press

Photo: Members of the Supreme Court pose for a group photo at the Supreme Court in Washington, April 23, 2021. Seated from left are Associate Justice Samuel Alito, Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, Chief Justice John Roberts, Associate Justice Stephen Breyer and Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Standing from left are Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Associate Justice


Opinion: No Evidence Constitutional Carry Means Higher Crime – Inside Sources

Now that Georgia has passed constitutional carry, exactly half the states are on board in expanding an inherent right enshrined in our Constitution. Still, myths persist about the so-called dangers of permitless carry legislation and what it means for violent crime. Constitutional carry simply means that if a person can lawfully own a gun, he (or she)


Supreme Court to hear case on New York’s gun permit law

The Supreme Court is preparing to hear a gun rights case that could lead to more guns on the streets of New York and Los Angeles and threaten restrictions on guns in subways, airports, bars, churches, schools and other places where people gather. The case the justices will hear Wednesday comes as gun violence has

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