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Obama acts to protect, support Iran with Iraqi intervention
Obama willingness to send military personnel and supplies to Iraq is a confusing twist, only if you ignore Iran’s fear of ISIS on its borders.| READ MORE »
Zanesville, Ohio man shoots, kills armed intruder
Obama acts to protect, support Iran with Iraqi interventionAuthorities: Military member with concealed carry permit shoots attacker
WV concealed weapons permits quadruple
CHARLESTON — The number of concealed weapons permits issued annually in the state has more than quadrupled in the past five years. | READ MORE »
Arms makers flee Gun Valley to friendly states as sales declineCarrying guns openly can be deterrent to crime: Brett Pucillo, president of Ohio Carry
Beaten homeowner turns tables on intruder and kills suspect, according to Jacksonville police
After taking a firearms training course, paying a host of fees, and submitting fingerprints for a background check that he ultimately passed, Michael Thomas was puzzled when he was notified earlier this year that a special review board had denied his application for a concealed carry license.
Bruised and bloodied by an intruder, a Jacksonville man and woman exchanged gunfire with the invader and put an end to an assault early Friday at their home. | READ MORE »
An intruder fatally shot by a homeowner was not pregnantAn intruder fatally shot by a homeowner was not pregnant
Interactive map: Breakdown of concealed carry permits across Illinois
Where are the most concealed carry permits being issued? Here’s a closer look at the breakdown and the wide range of permits from one county to another, based on percentage of residents. | READ MORE »
Style meets safety: Women launch line of concealed weapons handbags
New L.A. Clippers owner Ballmer gifts $250K to anti-gun referendum
Georgia gun law amendment allows carry in more places
A fresh cash infusion of $250,00 from ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and wife Connie has swelled the pro-Initiative 594 Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility warchest to $3.4 million. The Ballmers gave $125,000 apiece, swelling their total contributions to $600,000. | READ MORE »
Texans weigh in on alcohol at gun shows
A 20-year-old college student from San Diego has been rebuffed in her request to carry a concealed gun on campus for protection against a man facing criminal charges for stalking and menacing her.
If the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission approves a change to its current rules, gun enthusiasts could soon have a beer in their hands as they browse firearms at shows across the state.  | READ MORE »

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