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Kyle Rittenhouse: Right and Righteous

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By Patrick Buchanan Friday, 19 Nov 2021 03:22 PM Newsmax

Editor's note: The following column was authored prior to the finding by the jury in the case as cited and outlined below: 

In judging the actions of Kyle Rittenhouse, set aside for the moment Wisconsin law under which he is being tried, and consider the natural law, the moral law, the higher law written on the human heart.   Read More:


This truck driver just defeated New Jersey’s most powerful lawmaker

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Meet Edward Durr, giant slayer.
  Durr, a truck driver for the furniture store Raymour & Flanigan, was declared the victor Thursday in a race against one of the most powerful people in New Jersey: State Senate President Steve Sweeney, a top officer in the international Ironworkers union whose influence rivals that of governors. Read More:

GO-AR Hosts Educational Forum

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GO-AR President Gary Epperson
   Elected officials, law enforcement, members of Gun Owners of Arkansas and the community turned out for an educational forum on current gun legislation. The event, “Guns in the Fort”, was held at the safe room at Ben Geren Park on Saturday, August 14 at 3 p.m. Read More:

Gun Owners of Arkansas President Praises Waldron PD

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GO-AR President Gary Epperson and Waldron Police Officer Brittany Fletcher
Published:  Resident Press

  Gun Owners of Arkansas President, and Waldron native, Gary Epperson was in attendance at the city council meeting on Tuesday evening, October 12.

  According to Gary, his attendance while bearing arms was an effort to further educate those who are not aware of the current gun laws. Read More:​​​​​​​


Scott County Prosecutor

Will Not Pursue Charges in

Harris Case

Published: October 16, 2021 11:40 am Resident Press
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  Scott County Prosecutor Tom Tatum II has announced that his office will not be pursuing charges against Hartford resident, Daniel Harris. Harris was arrested in Mansfield on Wednesday, August 4, for being in possession of firearms on school property.  Read More:



Sebastian County Prosecutor Will Not Seek Criminal Charges in Harris Case

Published:   Author Resident Press

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  The Office of Sebastian County Prosecutor Daniel Shue announced on Friday, August 27, that his office will not be pursuing any charges against Hartford resident, Daniel Harris. Harris was arrested in Mansfield on Wednesday, August 4, for being in possession of firearms on school property. Read More:​​​​​​​


Everytown launches legal fund to support anti-gun violence lawsuits

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BY CELINE CASTRONUOVO - 07/28/21 02:01 PM EDT

   Everytown for Gun Safety on Wednesday announced the launch of a litigation fund aimed at supporting legal claims by survivors of gun violence. 

   Everytown Law, the legal division of the gun control advocacy group that is made up of lawyers working to advance gun safety measures through the court system, said in a press release that it hopes to “support legal action seeking to address the impact of gun violence on disproportionately affected communities, including Black, Latino, and other communities of color.” ​​​​​​​ Read More:


The 2nd Amendment is not outdated

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GOA, GOF VICTORY IN CANIGLIA V. STROM


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Supreme Court Limits Police Power to Enter Homes With No Warrant

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To the Governor: Arkansas Bill Might End State Enforcement of Some Future Federal Gun Control

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To the Governor: Arkansas Passes Bill to End State Enforcement of Federal Gun Control

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Arkansas Senate Passes Bill to End State Enforcement of Federal Gun Control