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NEWS
Nick Hanauer hates big money but just donated $1 million to anti-gun initiative

Yet again, despite decrying the evils of big money, progressive activist and venture capitalist Nick Hanauer is trying to buy an election. At this point, I should just create a Mad Libs version of Hanauer hypocrisy. Hanauer previously donated a hefty sum to the Honest Elections/Democracy Vouchers initiative, which aimed to get “wealthy and political elite” from having such influence over elections. Hanauer doesn’t practice what he preaches. He donated $1 million to Initiative 1639, which would raise the minimum age to purchase semi-automatic rifles to 21 and mandate training and waiting periods. It addresses a problem that doesn’t exist in Washington state and the latest from Progressives to weaken our Second Amendment rights.

NATIONAL REVIEW
Bloomberg’s Gun-Control Group Blames Texas Gov. for School Shooting external site

Everytown for Gun Safety, the advocacy group founded by former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, ran a full-page ad in the Houston Chronicle Tuesday blaming Texas governor Greg Abbott’s inaction on gun control for the shooting at a Texas high school Friday.

FOXNEWS.COM
Tucker Carlson takes on gun control lawmaker external site

Calif. congressman argues his gun control plan could prevent mass shootings and make our schools safer.

DAILY CALLER.COM
Obama’s Former Wildlife Chief Doesn’t Speak For America’s Millions Of Sportsmen external site

Dan Ashe, the director of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service under the Obama administration, recently penned an open letter on gun control measures he claims hunters support. He’s wrong. America’s hunters know that none of his recommendations would make us any safer, much less deter mass murderers or other violent criminals. As Ashe well knows, his proposals have nothing to do with hunting and everything to do with gun control.

WASHINGTON TIMES
Students safer in school than out despite shootings, statistics show external site

President Obama’s education secretary urged parents Monday to pull their children out of school to demand increased safety, but statistics show children are far safer in the classroom than out of it.

 

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