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Texas Bill Would Make Federal Gun Laws Invalid and Unenforceable

November 19, 2014
Texas Republican State Representative Tim Kleinschmidt (Lexington), who was recently re-elected, introduced House Bill 176 (HB176), which would declare all federal gun laws to be "invalid" and "not enforceable" within the sovereign state of Texas. The bill, titled The Second Amendment Preservation Act, reads in part: A federal law, including a statute, an executive, administrative, or court order, or a rule, that infringes on a law-abiding citizen's right to keep and bear arms under the...

Buffalo Police Pry Legal Guns Out of Cold, Dead Hands After Funerals

November 14, 2014
A plan by police in Buffalo, N.Y., to begin confiscating the firearms of legal gun owners within days of their deaths is drawing fire from Second Amendment advocates. The plan is legal under a longstanding, but rarely enforced state law, but gun rights advocates say, with apologies to onetime NRA spokesman Charlton Heston, it is tantamount to prying firearms - some of which may have substantial monetary or sentimental value - from the cold, dead hands of law-abiding citizens. "They're quick to...

Why Zombies Wouldn't Survive Against Coyotes

November 10, 2014
National Wildlife Federation’s naturalist David Mizejewski talks about coyotes in this new episode of Zombies vs Team Wildlife. These intelligent canids would quickly learn that they could take down zombies one by one, especially the eastern populations of coyote, which are larger and bolder due to past interbreeding with wolves and domestic dogs. VIDEO: http://youtu.be/Q3gE4Kguztw

It's Not All CWD...How to Recognize 5 Common, Lethal Deer Diseases

November 9, 2014
Like any other animal, deer are susceptible to a host of contagious diseases, illnesses, and nasty parasites. While only a small percentage of deer actually fall prey to these ailments, some of these diseases are very dangerous. It is not unheard of for entire herds of captive deer to be destroyed to keep some diseases, such as chronic wasting disease, from spreading to wild populations. Even though most deer illnesses are harmless to humans, it is still important to be educated about them....

GALLUP: 6 Out of 10 Americans Say Guns Make Homes Safer

November 8, 2014
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The percentage of Americans who believe having a gun in the house makes it a safer place to be (63%) has nearly doubled since 2000, when about one in three agreed with this. Three in 10 Americans say having a gun in the house makes it a more dangerous place. Gallup originally asked Americans about their views on the implications of having a gun in the home in 1993, and then updated the measure in 2000. Between 2000 and 2006, less than half of Americans believed having a gun...
Josh Brones
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