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How to Shoot Kangaroos in Australia

The shooting of Kangaroos, on the other hand, is highly regulated, and requires numerous different types of permits and licenses. Kangaroos maintain high populations and are agricultural pests in large areas of Australia. In New South Wales, near Quirindi, road killed Eastern Grey Kangaroos are about as common as road killed deer in Wisconsin.

Outrage in Oregon: Liberals are all for taxes…until you tax THEM

I initially had a knee jerk reaction when hearing that the state of Oregon was going to be placing a $15 excise tax on bicycles costing more than $200. Then I found out where the money was going.

Truck Open Carry Case offers Chance to Validate Wisconsin Constitution

In Wisconsin, a truck driver, Guy A. Smith, is contesting an arrest for carrying a concealed weapon. The handgun was on the floor of his truck, and was visible to an outside camera. Smith made no attempt to hide the firearm when the truck was inspected by a Wisconsin State Trooper.

Drug Ruling in Colorado May Have Precedent Setting Impact for Gun Owners

At face value, you might not think that a case involving a drug sniffing dog and a car search has anything to do with the 2nd Amendment, especially since there were no firearms present at the time by the car owner. But in typical fashion when dealing with the law of unintended consequences a simple car stop and search in Colorado may have repercussions throughout the country for gun owners thanks to how the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled.

Australian Gun Culture Climate of Fear

One of my hosts in Australia gave me a lead for a story. They knew someone with an extensive gun collection. Directions were given; the collector had been called and was waiting. A local who was known to the collector would drive me there and make introductions.

Anti-Second Amendment Academics Shot Down in Texas Campus Carry Case

A number of frivolous claims were offered in an attempt to stop the Texas statute allowing exercise of the Second Amendment on Campus from going into effect.

PA: State Law Allows Guns and Knives in School for Lawful Purposes

(c) Defense.–It shall be a defense that the weapon is possessed and used in conjunction with a lawful supervised school activity or course or is possessed for other lawful purpose

In Rural Australia “Sensible Gun Laws” not so “Sensible”

In the morning of July first, the day after I arrived in Australia, I packed up and pulled my wheeled luggage to the Central railway station in Sydney. The staff at the station were very helpful. They printed out a ticket I had purchased over the Internet.

Arrival of a Gun Blogger in Australia

Australia has very strict gun laws. Some would say they are more restrictive than most of the rest of the world. For example, toy guns that look like a real gun have the same penalties attached, and the same restrictions applied, as real guns.

John McEnroe was Right About Serena Williams…Here’s Why

John McEnroe was giving an interview and the topic of Serena Williams came up. Johnny Mac agrees completely that she is the best women’s player in the world. But the interviewer, Lulu Garcia-Navarro takes issue with the quantification of “best female” player and wants McEnroe to admit to her that Serena Williams is the best tennis player in the world bar none. That’s ridiculous and McEnroe didn’t have any problem saying so.

MI: Reform of Antiquated Knives Law Goes to Governor Snyder

Michigan is on the verge of repealing its antique ban on automatic knives. Michigan was the first state to ban switchblades. It was an early test of the power of the post-war media to push emotional, irrational, legislation. The law, which had an exemption for one-armed people, was passed in 1952.

Liberal Hypocrisy On Guns As Shown Through The Lens of Illegal Immigration

I did stumble across an article yesterday concerning the families of those killed by illegal immigration that wasn’t the basic Trump biased partisan hack job hit piece that the New York Times is now best known for.

Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Peruta Case on Second Amendment

On Monday, 26 June, the Supreme Court officially denied the petition for a write of certiorari. The Ninth Circuit denial of Second Amendment rights outside the home will stand.

5 Takeaways from the Georgia 6th Congressional District Special Election

In case you haven’t noticed, the most expensive congressional race in history just went down in Georgia. The Democrats, mainly from outside the state, poured in nearly $30 million dollars to try and propel Jon Ossoff over Republican Karen Handel to fill the vacancy left by Tom Price when he joined President Trump’s cabinet.

U.S. Surveillance State Leads to Gun Arrests in Australia

Australia has no Second Amendment, no Fourth Amendment, no Fifth Amendment, no First Amendment. There is strong tradition and law that searches shall require warrants, and that people will not be forced to testify against themselves.

Constitutional Carry on the Move in Wisconsin

The Wisconsin legislature is moving forward with Constitutional Carry in bill AB 247. In 1998, the people of Wisconsin voted for Constitutional Carry in a state referendum amending the state constitution.

Eighth Circuit: Open Carry not Reasonable Suspicion for a Police Stop

The Eighth Circuit, on 23 August, 2016 reversed the trial court decision, finding that police did not have reasonable suspicion to stop Duffie, because the open carry of handguns is legal under the law in Nebraska.

Will Entertainers Change Their Tune Now That Islamic Terrorism Struck At One Of Their Own?

Now that radical Islamic terrorism has struck close to home for a liberal progressive member of the entertainment elite I wonder if they will actually take a look at the world with fresh eyes instead of the shaded view seen from liberal progressive naivety and political correctness.