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520 Blogs Down… How Many To Go?

Gay marriage, legalization of drugs, gun control, income inequality, thankfully Townsquare hasn’t set any topics off limits to me— at least not yet.

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Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Rules on Montana Gun Case [AUDIO]

A Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision on Friday (Aug. 23) means one step forward and one step back for the Montana Shooting Sports Association in its battle to validate the Montana Firearms Freedom Act.

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Gun Groups Offer Free Concealed-Carry Gun Training To School Employees
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Are Gun Rights in America Under Assault?

My guest Larry Pratt, the executive director of Gun Owners of America (GOA), discussed the latest legislative threats to gun rights.  Among the topics he covered were:

  • The truth behind Fast and Furious that you've not heard before
  • The Shumer (D-NY)-Toomey (R-PA) Bill: background checks are not benign
  • Why Pratt felt betrayed by Sen. Pat Toomey, for whom he personally campaigned
  • Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) who w
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Broader Firearm Background Checks Rejected by U.S. Senate

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate has rejected a bipartisan effort to expand federal background checks to more firearms buyers in a crucial showdown over gun control.

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Senators Unveil Deal on Gun Sales Background Check

WASHINGTON (AP) — Two pivotal senators have announced a bipartisan deal on expanding background checks to more gun buyers. The agreement could build support for President Barack Obama's drive to curb firearms violence.

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UPDATE – Montana Governor Vetoes State Anti-Gun Control Bill

UPDATE- Friday, March 29, 2013 This report Filed by the Associated Press

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Gov. Steve Bullock has vetoed a bill that would have prohibited local and state police from enforcing any potential federal gun bans.

House Bill 302 was backed by gun advocates who argued the state should be ready in case Congress enacts a gun ban. They say the measure would also send a strong signal that Montana opposes gun bans.

Bullock said in his Thursday veto message that it does not appear that Congress will ban assault weapons. Bullock called the Legislature's bill "unnecessary political theater."

He added that if House Bill 302 were used as intended, it would turn police into criminals for not cooperating with federal officers, as they are required to do.

Bullock also vetoed a bill that would allow wolf hunters to use silencers on their rifles

HB 302 was passed by both houses of the legislature on Tuesday, March 26, and sent to Governor Steve Bullock's desk for his signature.

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Landmark Gun Bills Signed in Colorado

DENVER (AP) — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has signed bills placing new restrictions on firearms exactly eight months after dozens of people were shot in a movie theater in suburban Denver.

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Montana High School Student Charged With Bringing Loaded Gun to School

Another Montana student has been charged with bringing a handgun to school. This time the student claims it was only for protection.

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Sheriff Brian Gootkin Talks National and Local Gun Rights [RADIO SHOW AUDIO]

Sheriff Brian Gootkin affirmed his support for gun rights on this Thursday’s show.  Gootkin also said the focus of the President’s 23 Executive Orders and discussion is a distraction from the real issue behind the shooting massacre in Sandy Hook, Connecticut—mental illness.

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Harrison Student Arrested for Bringing Guns to School

HARRISON, Mont. (AP) - Madison County sheriff's deputies arrested a 14-year-old student from Harrison after two guns, including one that was loaded, were found in his backpack on school property.

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