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Charges dropped in NRA t-shirt case

By William R. Toler Charges¬†have finally been dropped for a middle school student who refused to change his NRA t-shirt. Apparently the District Attorney was tired of looking like an ass, just like every other government official involved in the … Continue reading

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Update: Suspended student returns wearing same shirt

By William R. Toler After being suspended for refusing to turn his shirt inside out, Jared Marcum returned to school Monday wearing the very shirt that led to his suspension and arrest. That shirt portrayed a rifle and the logo … Continue reading

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Student arrested over 2A t-shirt

By William¬† R. Toler Jared Marcum was suspended and arrested for apparently going dressed to the terror of the public. The West Virginia eighth-grader faces charges of obstruction and disturbing the education process for wearing an NRA t-shirt, according to … Continue reading

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Lethal force against law enforcement OK’d in Indiana

By William R. Toler A new law in Indiana has liberty activists cheering and law enforcement cringing. A recent addition to the state’s Castle Doctrine bill gives residents the greenlight to use lethal force to protect their homes and vehicles … Continue reading

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Second Amendment wins again

By William R. Toler The city of New Orleans agreed to return hundreds of guns to their owners following the settelement of a law suit brought forth by the National Rifle Association according to the Times-Picayune. Gunowners had their firearms … Continue reading

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