Army soldier dies after being shot multiple times in domestic violence case

Read More… Just months before she was deploying to Dubai, Angel Conner flew home to Cocoa from Fort Sill, Okla., to spend the holidays with her 6-year-old son, friends and family. For 14 days, the one-time Cocoa High basketball player met up with friends, shared precious memories with her mother and played with her son […]

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Salt Lake City Officer Shot at scene of woman’s killing before suspect shot himself in the head-survived

Read More… Salt Lake City, Utah — (Scroll Down For Video) —  The Salt Lake City Police Department released body camera footage of a Feb. 10 officer-involved shooting, after which officers found the victim, Natalie Thurber, shot dead. According to police, an open-line call came to dispatch at at 3:39 that Monday morning, from an apartment building […]

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US Navy continues flight training for Saudi troops after Pensacola attack

Read More… Service members from Saudi Arabia are back to conducting flight training in the U.S. nearly three months after it was halted following a fatal terror attack on a Florida military base. Saudi international military students resumed flight training Tuesday, Navy officials announced. The move follows a host of new restrictions placed on foreign troops, limiting their […]

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Nebraska Gov openly supports 2A and open carry

Read More… U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Governor Pete Ricketts has come out strongly in support of people exercising their First and Second Amendment rights at the Nebraska State Capitol. President Trump’s use of social media outlets such as Twitter is serving as a template for other politicians to go directly to the people and around the coverage […]

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UPDATE: Court ruling states Trump admin. CAN withhold grants from sanctuary cities

Read More… A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that the Department of Justice can refuse to give crime-fighting money to cities and states that consider themselves sanctuaries and refuse to share information with federal immigration authorities. The unanimous ruling from a three-judge panel of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals was a defeat for New […]

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Universal background check and other gun bills pass in Virginia Senate

Read More… The Virginia Senate approved several gun control bills, including universal background checks and measures weakening the state’s firearm preemption laws Wednesday afternoon, bringing the bills one step closer to Gov. Ralph Northam’s desk for his expected signature. Here’s a rundown of what passed, and where we stand. HB2, a universal background check bill, […]

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Trump DOJ launches team to revoke citizenships from those who have terrorist and criminal ties

Read More… The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), under the Trump administration, has launched a new section designed to handle the process of removing citizenship granted to foreign-born individuals who concealed their terrorist or criminal ties in order to fraudulently obtain their citizenship. The new DOJ section would be formed under the DOJ’s existing Office […]

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NM Gov gets serious and tell Sheriffs to enforce Red Flag Law or turn in your badge

Read More… Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed red flag legislation into law on Tuesday, and told sheriffs who oppose the law that they should resign if they won’t enforce any gun seizure orders. The vast majority of the state’s sheriffs spoke out in opposition to the legislation before it was narrowly approved by the state […]

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MI House Approves Pro 2A Resolution

Read More… As gun control continues to infect the nation like some kind of a virus, it’s always good to see regional governments make resolutions standing up for their citizens’ Second Amendment rights. Even if those stands are little more than symbolic, they can serve as a beacon of gun rights for those who don’t […]

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Trump campaign files a libel suit against The New York Times

Read More… (Reuters) – President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign said on Wednesday it filed a libel suit against the New York Times accusing the newspaper of intentionally publishing a false opinion article related to Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election. In an escalation of the Republican president’s long-running battle with the news media, campaign […]

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