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NRA-ILA: The need for this legislation shows the severity of abuses taking place under Operation Choke Point. If this bill becomes law, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) would be required to inform banks that they are not prohibited nor discouraged from servicing customers in the firearms and ammunition industries.
Only July 30, The House Financial Services Committee marked up and passed out of committee H.R. 766, the Financial Institution Customer Protection Act, which was sponsored by Representative Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO). If this bill becomes law, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) would be required to inform banks that they are not prohibited nor discouraged from servicing customers in the firearms and ammunition industries. H.R. 766 w...
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Guns.com: An anti-gun organization debuted a social media campaign to convince Apple to remove the ideogram depicting a gun from their iPhones. New Yorkers Against Gun Violence caution that the emoji, one of hundreds on the product that come preloaded from the factory, reflects the ready access to guns in the country.
An anti-gun organization in New York on Thursday debuted a social media campaign to convince Apple to remove the ideogram depicting a gun from their iPhones.
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Think gun ownership isn’t about self-defense? One gun store owner says more people are buying guns because they “want to protect themselves and their families.”
Interest in gun ownership generally follows high-profile crimes: ‘People want to protect themselves and their families’
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NRA-ILA: Why do some anti-gunners continue pushing agendas intended to imperil our military on both U.S. and foreign soil?
In an opinion piece for the Saturday edition of the New York Times, several representatives of the Metro Industrial Areas Foundation, described as a group “aimed at building power for social change,” encouraged President Obama to inject gun control politics into federal firearms acquisition procedure.
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Daily Caller: Pastor Benny Holmes of the Church of New Beginnings in Baytown, Texas made national news last year for taking down a suspected thief. Holmes gave a sermon after the incident, telling his congregation why he believes that God approves of the Second Amendment. Tuesday, the armed pastor stopped a church intruder.
A pastor shot and injured an intruder at the Church of New Beginnings in Baytown, Texas sometime after 6 a.m. Tuesday, police say. Pastor Benny Holmes was sleeping in his office when he woke up
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Washington Post: Increasingly, Americans see guns as the answer — not the problem.
Since Newtown, more Americans think gun ownership can help prevent crime.
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Breitbart: President Obama thinks that guns are a greater threat to the American people than terrorism. In his effort to destroy the Second Amendment, the president is forgetting a few key facts.
Obama: Guns A Greater Threat Than Terrorism
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Voting ends tomorrow, cast your vote for NRA-ILA (lobbying arm) here:http://www.luckygunner.com/brady-v-lucky-gunner You can help NRA-ILA win money from gun-control supporters! They have been ordered by a federal judge to pay nearly $112,000 to Tennessee ammunition vendor Lucky Gunner, one of several businesses against which the anti-gunners filed a frivolous lawsuit backed by the Brady Campaign. Lucky Gunner has promised to donate the anti-gunners’ cash to the pro-gun organization receiving the most votes from the public.
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Washington Examiner: When tragedies happen, support for gun rights and gun ownership goes up. Why? Because as the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre says, “The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun.”
Why does support for gun rights go up and for gun control go down after mass shootings?
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PoliZette: With only 18 months left in office and a Republican-controlled Congress, President Obama is unlikely to be able to push through a new gun control law. Still, his legacy on gun ownership will be long-lasting. He has appointed about half the federal judges in the country and implemented many new regulations.
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Townhall: If you thought the elderly's weapon of choice was their knitting needle, think again. A growing trend reveals that today’s senior citizens are taking advantage of their Second Amendment rights just as much as younger generations.
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The National Rifle Association, chartered in 1871, is America’s foremost defender of Second Amendment rights. We’re proud protectors of history’s patriots — advocating the right to keep and bear arms, advancing the shooting sports and championing gun safety, education and training.