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Christie pardons 2 more out-of-staters on gun crimes

June 21, 2017
Brent Johnson
Displayed with permission from NJ.com

TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie on Monday pardoned two more out-of-state residents — both of whom are military veterans — who were convicted of carrying their legally owned firearms into New Jersey. Read Full Post…

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: More gun laws not the answer

Once again, according to the political left, gun control is the answer. Violent, angry people will calm down and hug their teddy bears if we just instituted more gun control. If we get just the right gun law, criminals will stop using firearms to rob others or settle gang scores. What is this magical law that… Read Full Post…

Former NBA lottery pick and USA Mr. Basketball arrested on weapons charges

Former USA Mr. Basketball and 13th overall pick Sebastian Telfair has been arrested on weapons charges according to PIX11 in New York. Below is apparently what he was caught with, which looks like an insane little cache of ammo and weapons. BREAKING: @NBA star Sebastian Telfair arrested in BK with semi-automatic gun, loaded guns, loads of… Read Full Post…

NJ: Customer tackles armed gunman before cops arrive

WINSLOW — An armed robbery of a convenience store on Wednesday was disrupted by a patron who tackled the alleged gunman and fought with him until police arrived, the township police chief said. After the melee, police arrested and charged Alexander Ray, 26, of the 400 block of Alexander Ave, Maple Shade, with aggravated assault, robbery… Read Full Post…

Michigan House Approves Carrying Concealed Guns Without Permits

Michigan state House of Representatives on Wednesday approved A legislation allowing gun owners to carry concealed firearms without a permit. The package consisting of four bills will now move to the Senate for approval, Reuters reported. Two bills were passed with 59 to 49 votes, Wednesday, the Associated Press reported, while the other two bills were… Read Full Post…

Belgian Prime Minister has hearing damage from unsuppressed gun…

Call it an occupational hazard: the Belgian Prime Minister has had to postpone an appearance in parliament Tuesday because a starting gun at a fun-run damaged his hearing at the weekend. Charles Michel, premier of the small northern European state, was standing near Princess Astrid of the Belgian royal family when she fired the starting gun… Read Full Post…

Federal Lawsuit Filed to Challenge California’s Ban on “Large-Capacity” Firearm Magazines

Attorney General Xavier Becerra, Department of Justice Bureau of Firearms Chief Sued

FRESNO, CA (April 28, 2017) — Today, attorneys for 7 individual gun owners and 4 civil rights advocacy organizations have filed a federal lawsuit challenging the State of California’s ban on so-called “large-capacity” firearm magazines that hold more than 10 rounds “on their own behalves, and as representatives on behalf of the class of individuals who are or would be affected by the Large-Capacity Magazine Ban.” Read Full Post…