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Security vs. Sanctity: Carrying in Spiritual Settings

by Cathleen Vought Though carrying in a place of worship is often a matter of hot debate, regularly getting into the “faith versus security” argument, carrying can be balanced with a spiritual viewpoint. If you’re getting ready to start that discussion at your place of worship, here are some prime …

Female CCW permit holders dramatically increases

by Cathleen Vought Though the number of female CCW permit holders has been on the rise over the past several years, the last couple years have produced a sharp increase in their numbers. Statistics from a number of different states are showing that compared to the previous years’ steady rise, …

Tennessee v. Garner and Missouri’s Use of Force Statute

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by Eric Vought A grand jury is currently convening in the matter of the Mike Brown shooting in Ferguson and whether the shooting was a justified use of force by Darren Wilson. This post will detail some of the issues of law in Missouri in determining that question and perhaps …

The Sunshine State moves to fortify the 2nd Amendment against Federal infringements

October 22, 2013 From The Right, Laws No Comments

There was some worry that Florida, after the railroading and demonization of ¬†Peruvian-American Jorge Zimmerman when he defended himself against¬†alleged homophobe and gay basher Trayvon Martin, would crack down on the right to keep and bear arms. Fortunately, there were enough clear eyed people in the sunshine state who saw …

More Americans Are Standing Up for Stand-Your-Ground Laws – Businessweek

President Barack Obama, Senator John McCain, and a host of others may have doubts about stand-your-ground laws, but a majority of Americans in a new poll favor the controversial provisions. With respondents dividing along racial and gender lines, voters back stand-your-ground provisions 53 percent to 40 percent, according to a …

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