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TSRA Weekly Sportsman
Dec. 24, 2008  
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Imagine the D.C. Gun Law in 1775
from the American Chronicle
Dec. 15 marked the United States´ Bill of Rights Day, but District of Columbia residents are second-class citizens when it comes to the Second Amendment. President-elect Barack Obama certainly does not support it. When I filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court this June supporting the respondent in District of Columbia v. Heller on behalf of 55 senators, the senate president, and 250 representatives, Obama declined. And his voting record in the Illinois legislature and the U.S. Congress has been as hostile to American gun owners as King George III was in 1775. What´s in store for Second Amendment rights come January? More

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How We Got Here - Where We Are Going
from Official Wire
Reports from gun stores around the country say that Obama has surprisingly become the greatest salesman in the history of firearms. People who don't know how to load a gun are buying them, in fear that if Eric Holder, who hates private firearms with a passion, becomes Attorney General, he could cripple the Second Amendment even before a Constitutional Convention could repeal it. More

This Year, Give Her a Gun for Christmas
from The Independent
With a single day left until Christmas, a lot of us are still scrambling to find a gift for that person who already has everything. Chances are, the person who already has everything has an interest in keeping their stuff safe, and one way to do that is give that special someone in your life a firearm. More

Despite Ruling, Washington Council Still Attacking the Second Amendment
from The New York Times
Nearly six months after the Supreme Court put an end to the District of Columbia's decades-old ban on handgun possession, the City Council here passed a sweeping new ordinance on Tuesday to regulate gun ownership. The legislation would require all gun owners to receive five hours of safety training and to register their firearms every three years. In addition, they would have to undergo a criminal background check every six years. More

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Obama's Election and the Future of Hunting in America
from NRA Hunters Rights
Obama's voting record related to gun ownership is an open book for all to see. What is not as well known is the threat to hunting in America posed by an Obama administration and its most vocal supporters. It is time that all sportsmen realize what's at stake, because we will need to stand ready to respond when the assaults come. More

Tyler Group Continues To Show Hunters Have Big Heart
from the Tyler Morning Telegraph
For those who don't hunt, it isn't hard to pigeon hole those who do. Having a mistrust or prejudice about what you don't know is common. But for every comment about drunken slobs shooting up the country side, there are many stories, true stories, about what is right about hunters and hunting. This story transcends hunting and crosses over into national pride and the meaning of Christmas. More

New York Youth Hunting Trend Right Way to Go
from the Press & Sun Bulletin
Sportsmen are inarguably the backbone of wildlife management programs across the country-- their license fees, excise taxes and other contributions funding nearly 70 percent of all state wildlife agency budgets. Unpublicized, however, is that the number of big-game hunters has declined at a much slower rate, and, in some states, like New York, actually rose this year. New York's miniscule "resurgence" undoubtedly comes from the fact we're licensing younger hunters for big game this year for the first time in history. It's a step in the right direction. More

 

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