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Episode 491 – News, DGUs and a rant from Paul
Published on   |  By Paul Lathrop

Introduction Paul: Welcome to the polite society podcast powered by the Firearms Policy Coalition recorded on Monday, April 15th, 2019 . I’m Paul Lathrop Rob: I’m Rob Morse and on tonight’s show we’ll be discussing sanctuary cities John: I’m John Richardson, and we’ll talk about Idaho lowering the age for concealed carry to 18. Gary: I’m Gary


City of LA sued over law requiring disclosing ties NRA
Published on   |  By 2ANews.us

NRA has filed suit against the city of Los Angeles challenging a newly implemented ordinance that seeks to limit ties between city contractors and the 2nd Amendment advocacy group.


What Republicans get wrong on the Second Amendment
Published on   |  By Craig DeLuz

Morning Coffee with Craig: What Republicans get wrong on the Second Amendment


Episode 490 – Gina Roberts, News and DGUs
Published on   |  By Paul Lathrop

Introduction Paul: Welcome to the polite society podcast powered by the Firearms Policy Coalition recorded on April 8th. 2019, I’m Paul Lathrop Rob: I’m Rob Morse and on tonight’s show we will talk with Gina Roberts about Gun Owners of San Diego and their new efforts to train people who are at physical risk of


NRA Sues Their Ad Agency Ackerman McQueen
Published on   |  By John Richardson

I don’t begin to know or understand all the internal politics and machinations at the National Rifle Association. I do know that advertising firm Ackerman McQueen and their PR subsidiary Mercury Group have long been considered the power behind the throne. If reports are to be believed, they are the ones who orchestrated the ascension


Federal Judge Rules Gun Ban in Public Housing to Be Unconstitutional
Published on   |  By 2ANews.us

U.S. District Judge Phil Gilbert ruled that the ban was a violation of residents’ Second Amendment right to own a firearm for lawful purposes.


Judge Halts Sale of Standard Capacity Magazines in California
Published on   |  By 2ANews.us

SACRAMENTO — The shipment of standard-capacity magazines into California will end as abruptly as it started. The judge tossed out a ban on sales and purchases of the items has apparently stayed his own ruling. On Friday, March 29, 2019, U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez in San Diego said that a law that bans possessing,


An Open Letter to Gun Control Enthusiasts: An Invitation to Cultural Exchange
Published on   |  By 99point7percent

Dear gun control folk: Most of the time, you strike me as “Becky” and her friend at the beginning of a certain Sir Mix-A-Lot video. With some modifications, of course. “Oh. My. God, Becky, will you look at that gun? It’s just so…big! It looks like something one of those gun goons would have. But,


Becerra Files for Emergency Stay in Overturning of CA’s Magazine Capacity Law
Published on   |  By DeputyMatt

Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed several documents requesting an emergency stay in the vacating of the unconstitutional law, pending an appeal to the 9th Circuit.


Federal Court Judge Rules CA’s “High Capacity” Magazine Ban Unconstitutional
Published on   |  By DeputyMatt

In a huge show of support for both the Bill of Rights, and for California gun owners, United States District Court Judge Roger T. Benitez found for the plaintiffs and granted summary judgment in the case of Duncan v. Becerra, which challenged California’s “high capacity” magazine ban. The complete ruling as written by the judge is lengthy,