Archive | March, 2013

Thousands of armed vigilantes takeover Mexican town, arrest police and shoot at tourists after ‘commander’ is killed and dumped in the street

‘Community police’ arrest former director of security in Tierra Colorado They allege he took part in killing of their leader, 28, for criminal cartel State prosecutors agree to investigate official’s links to organised crime Vigilantes have been stopping traffic at checkpoints and searching homes Tourist injured after vigilantes opened fire because he failed to stop […]

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FBI plans to spend $100 million on ammo: Quarter-billion new rounds also slated for DHS

WND recently reported that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has purchased well over a billion rounds of ammunition over the past year. The magnitude of the federal government’s ammunition buildup has made headlines as members of the military, police departments and consumers find shelves bare. But the full impact may yet to be seen, […]

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Concealed-carry moves closer to passage in state House

SPRINGFIELD — State representatives Tuesday approved a number of amendments to a concealed-carry law (HB 1155) that would allow Illinoisans to carry weapons in public, although they would have to meet certain requirements and many locations would be off-limits. The bill remains on second reading on the House floor. More amendments could be considered. The […]

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Crazy Road Rage Caught on Video: Motorist Opens Fire on Truck After Roadside Brawl

Fists were flying and gun shots were ringing out on Sunday afternoon in Newport, North Carolina, as a physical altercation broke out during an intense road-rage clash. The violent incident left police searching for two of the individuals involved — later identified as Bradley and Christy Turner — who inevitably fled the scene after video […]

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Wayne LaPierre Batters David Gregory: ‘Why Doesn’t NBC News’ Report That Chicago Ranks ‘Dead Last’ in Federal Gun Law Enforcement?

National Rifle Association head Wayne LaPierre on Sunday ripped the national media for not reporting that Chicago, suffering from an epidemic of gun violence, ranks “dead last” in enforcement of federal gun laws. “Let me hold up a mirror right now to the whole national news media and the White House,” LaPierre said on NBC’s […]

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Sheriff Debunks AR-15 Fallacies in New ‘Weapons of War’ Video Fact-Check

Earlier this month, TheBlaze brought you Sheriff Ken Campbell of Boone County, Ind., and his viral fact-check about gun safety and capping high-capacity magazine sizes. Following up on his 14-minute video, Campbell is back for a second installment. This time, he addresses claims that “weapons of war have no place on our streets” — a […]

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Shadow of the Gun

Every day another one of the stories comes in. A teacher panicked by a plastic gun, an army man on a cupcake, a t-shirt, a pop tart chewed into the shape of a gun or a finger gun hits the panic button. Supensions and lectures quickly follow as the latest threat to the gun-free zone, […]

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