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The Functional Second Amendment Brought Back to DC

Apr 19, 10 The Functional Second Amendment Brought Back to DC

Posted by in Federal

As many rally today in the heart of Washington, DC in the name of the Second Amendment, DC residents are waiting to find out if they will finally have the same Second Amendment rights as the rest of the country. If you thought the successful DC v. Heller case was the end of the debate over the District’s gun laws, it was only...

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Campaigning from the Comfort of Your Couch

Spring has sprung across the Commonwealth. And for some folks looking for an excuse to get out and enjoy the weather, knocking on doors for their favorite candidates is a great way to get a healthy dose of fresh air and a little exercise. But when the spring rains strike or it’s just a little too cool for the summer clothes...

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The Colorful Political Scene in Pennsylvania

Apr 17, 10 The Colorful Political Scene in Pennsylvania

Posted by in Governor, US House, US Senate

If you take a look at the latest Cook Political Report survey of Pennsylvania’s races, you just might go color blind. Charlie Cook, the non-partisan analyst, has billed Pennsylvania’s Congressional races some of the most competitive in the country. Two districts – PA-7 and PA-12 – are rated complete...

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Senator to Push Resolution for Deer Season Reform

Apr 16, 10 Senator to Push Resolution for Deer Season Reform

Posted by in Richard Kasunic, State

A Democratic state senator is asking his colleagues to pressure the Pennsylvania Game Commission into revising its deer management plan. The issue of the whitetail management program has been contentious among hunters around the state. Here is the press release touting the Senate resolution: State Senator Richard A. Kasunic...

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Pro-Gun Congressman Under Fire

Apr 13, 10 Pro-Gun Congressman Under Fire

Posted by in 2A Support, Jim Gerlach

We’re going to profile a different pro-gun campaign around Pennsylvania that could use your financial support each week. Giving just $10 is about the price of two lunches a week. Surely our rights are worth brown-bagging it for two days? Week 4 Jim Gerlach Congressman Jim Gerlach has been targeted by many groups to try and...

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Candidates in PA-13 Go on the Record

Apr 12, 10 Candidates in PA-13 Go on the Record

Posted by in Former Candidates

All three GOP candidates seeking the opportunity to run against F-rated Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz were asked about their position on the right to keep and bear arms. None of the candidates have grades at this time. NRA has sent the candidates their questionnaires, and it is now up to the campaigns to return them for grading. ...

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Potential Court Nominees on the Second Amendment

Apr 11, 10 Potential Court Nominees on the Second Amendment

Posted by in Federal

Scholar David Kopel reviews names that have been dropped as potential Supreme Court nominees to replace retiring Justice John Paul Stevens through the lens of the Second Amendment in a post at the Volokh Conspiracy. Ā From his report: In order from worst to not-all-bad: Strongly-ideological, highly-committed gun...

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Gubernatorial Candidates Ready for Questions

Apr 10, 10 Gubernatorial Candidates Ready for Questions

Posted by in Former Candidates, State

The Allentown Morning Call‘s John Micek has secured all six gubernatorial candidates for live lunchtime chats on his blog, Capitol Ideas. This is your chance to ask the candidate questions important you consider important before you head to the polls in May and November. The first chat is scheduled for Monday with...

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Afraid to Face Tough Questions

Apr 09, 10 Afraid to Face Tough Questions

Posted by in Tips & Tricks

If you have participated in the pro-gun new media for very long, you’ve probably seen an inside joke tossed around about Reasoned Discourseā„¢. This stems from the fact that early anti-gun blogs were quickly discovered by pro-gun activists who refuted lies, half-truths, and misstatements in nearly every post. Upon...

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Engaging Lawmakers Online

We regularly post the social media homes of candidates and current politicians, and there’s a reason for that tradition. There’s no better example of why it is important to engage with candidates than the experience of our colleague in PA-19. Jason, the NRA-EVC for York and Adams Counties, with part of Cumberland...

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