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Gun Control Editorial Twist: Saving One Life “Does Not Justify” Right-to-Carry

Gun control advocates often use some version of the phrase “if it saves one life” in order to justify their ineffective proposals. This week, the anti-gun editorial page of the Chicago Sun-Times offered a different take. Fearful that the Right-to-Carry was getting too much good publicity in the wake of an Illinois concealed carry permit …

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Lame-duck Kasich renews calls for gun control; promises veto of bill that would restore presumption of innocence

If it wasn’t that he was a liar and backstabber who is threatening to veto a bill that would restore the presumption of innocence to people who act in self-defense in the State of Ohio, it would be hard not to either laugh at or feel sorry for the increasingly pathetic lame-duck Governor John Kasich. …

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Ohio's Traditional Deer-Gun Hunting Season Begins Nov. 26

Deer hunting is an extremely popular activity for sportsmen and women statewide, and Ohio’s white-tailed deer continue to provide hunters across the state with excellent opportunities for success as they head out into the field. Hunting remains the most effective management tool for maintaining Ohio’s healthy deer population, according to the Ohio Department of Natural …

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Government-funded Researchers Discover Basic Ballistics

Each year, Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) publishes the Wastebook, a project developed by former Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) in 2008. The document details the most ridiculous instances of federal government largesse, such as $1.7 million for a hologram comedy club in Jamestown, N.Y., $450,000 for National Science Foundation-funded research that determined dinosaurs couldn’t sing, and …

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Attorney General announces Second Quarter 2018 CHL statistics; RECORD 50,376 licenses issued or renewed

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine (R) has released the Concealed Handgun License (CHL) statistics for the second quarter of 2018. We established multiple new records, including most licenses ever issued in a quarter! During the second quarter Ohio Sheriffs issued 21,130 initial CHLs, 29,242 renewed CHLs and four Temporary Emergency Licenses (TELs). The combined 50,376 licenses is …

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No Blue Wave in Ohio – Pro Gun Candidates Carry Election Day 2018!

The Buckeye Firearms Association-endorsed, A-rated ticket of Mike DeWine and Jon Husted (R) achieved victory in the race to see who would be the next Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Ohio. DeWine and Husted defeated Richard Cordray (D) in a rematch of the 2010 Attorney General race. Listed as a “toss up” in most polls, …

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It's time to overhaul the National Firearms Act of 1934 – and your vote could make it happen

Some laws grow stale with age and the National Firearms Act (NFA), at 84 years old, is one of those laws that needs complete overhaul, if not repeal. The 1920s and 30s were a period of sensational headlines dealing with interstate bandits and mobsters. You know the names as Hollywood has glorified these thugs in …

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