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What Others Say: Control guns, not manufacturing instructions

Two years ago, Texas gun enthusiast Cody Wilson experimented with the burgeoning 3-D printing technology that, when the user follows coded instructions, manufactures products from plastic. NASA recently used the process to create a wrench aboard the International Space Station with instructions sent from Earth.

05/27/2015 09:31 AM

Streamlined conceal carry license process shortens wait

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- J.D. Johnson built Talon Training Group from the ground up.

05/26/2015 06:47 PM

Concealed Carry Permit Applications Surge Amid Growing Unrest

Concealed carry permit applications are surging in states like North Carolina, as they have been surging nationally under Obama, "amid safety fears." For example, in North Carolina's Buncombe County, the number of permits issued in 2014 were up "101 percent" from 2010.

05/26/2015 02:41 PM

Bad training invalidates 170 concealed carry permits

A northeast Ohio sheriff's office says about 170 people who received improper gun training from an instructor have been notified that their licenses to carry concealed weapons are invalid and they'll have to retake classes. Lake County sheriff's Capt.

05/26/2015 02:41 PM

Why men feel the need to carry guns

The gun rights platform is not just about guns. It's also about a crisis of confidence in the American dream Since the 1960s, the national conversation on firearms in both political and academic circles has revolved around one main question: Do guns increase crime or reduce it? Are guns tools of escalation or deterrence? Lately, however, social science researchers have become interested in a different question - not the relationship between guns and crime but the relationship between guns and people.

05/26/2015 11:24 AM

For tech in politics, thinking beyond echo chambers

Listen to campaign managers, and they'll tell you that the holy grail for tech in politics is increased segmentation; tracking opinions based on demographic information and reaching people through the media they're most likely to consume. Yet for groups and movements, the apps that serve them, and voters, the future of tech will prove to be the exact opposite.

05/26/2015 07:19 AM

Stop the downhill slide into degradation and despair

Mr. President the people have had enough. Enough or your rhetoric, bigger government, higher taxes, more entitlements for unentitled, deeper debt, moral decay and most of all the police are fed up with the treatment they've received from Washington .

05/26/2015 03:11 AM

Walker's New Ultimate Power Muff Quads Now Shipping

Walker'sA Game EarA , the shooting and hunting industry pioneer in hearing protection, is now shipping all models of their new Ultimate Power Muff Quads Series with 9x hearing enhancement. The new Ultimate series by Walkers Game Ear are set to take the electronic hearing protection industry by storm.

05/25/2015 11:11 PM

Nevada case is latest to test 'stand your ground' laws

The idea that a person's home is their castle and they have the right to kill trespassers has been widely accepted in the U.S. for more than a century. But that broad legal premise has been put to the test in several states amid cases that stretched the boundaries of "stand your ground" self-defense laws.

05/25/2015 05:10 PM

COD Offers Classes Promoting Firearm Safety this Summer and Fall

The Homeland Security Training Institute at College of DuPage is offering a variety of classes dedicated to firearm safety this summer and fall. All classes will be held in the Homeland Education Center on the College's main campus, 425 Fawell Blvd. in Glen Ellyn.

05/25/2015 05:44 AM

Texas senate: Handgun open carry passed and heading back to House, stirs debate

The Texas Senate passed an open carry handgun bill, which now heads back to the House for final approval. The Lone Star state is one step closer to legalizing what would be the most dramatic revamp of state firearm regulations in decades.

05/25/2015 04:38 AM

True 'common sense' from an Indiana lawmaker

Gun prohibitionists repeatedly use the "common sense" argument to push their anti-Second Amendment agenda, but an Indiana state representative, writing yesterday in the Indianapolis Star may have trumped them all with a 353-word opinion on concealed carry that should apply to every state. State Rep. Jim Lucas, a Seymour Republican, noted that he has previously introduced legislation to eliminate licensing requirements for citizens to carry a firearm.

05/25/2015 12:25 AM

Richard Martinez: Public Gun Crimes - Don't Happen in Other Countries'

On the one year anniversary of Elliot Rodger's May 23 Santa Barbara attack, Richard Martinez said he will continue to push gun control in the United States because attacks like Rodger's "don't happen in other countries." According to the Associated Press , Martinez said, "I'm not anti-gun, I'm anti-gun violence."

05/24/2015 08:08 PM

Kansas Colleges Concerned By Concealed Carry Law

Faculty and students have expressed concern about how a law allowing people to carry concealed guns into buildings on Kansas college campuses will affect the classroom. After July 1, 2017, campus buildings in Kansas have to allow concealed carry unless the building has adequate security.

05/24/2015 04:07 PM

Judge nixes New York City gun permit for firearms dealer

A judge won't let a traveling firearms dealer carry a concealed weapon in New York City to protect himself and his wares from "criminals and terrorists." Cavalier Knight applied for a gun permit from the New York City Police Department in 2014.

05/24/2015 04:07 PM

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