Gun Control News -> How a gun-control group got the owner of Lock N Load in Oldsmar, Fla to quit the business

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Bishop had been diagnosed with schizophrenia and claimed he was attacked by assailants — who existed only in his imagination, court records say. He abused bath salts, which intensified the hallucinations, and he punched holes in walls with a hammer and claimed he was Osama bin Laden, the documents say. After his mother had him involuntarily committed, he tried to strangle her.

State and federal laws were designed to keep guns out of the hands of people like Bishop, but he wanted one anyway.

So the second time he went to Lock N Load in Oldsmar, Fla., he brought a neighborhood acquaintance. As Bishop stood nearby, the 18-year-old acquaintance bought a 12-gauge shotgun for $279 in cash, court documents say.

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Gun Control -> Another of those gun confiscations which we’re told never happens

My Kind of Gun Control at HoaxAndChange.com

Gun Control -> Another of those gun confiscations which we’re told never happens Hip Hop Music The healing power of hip hop NEW YORK – Last year, New York’s then police commissioner Willam Bratton was quick to blame rap music and the culture around it for a fatal backstage shooting at a concert by the rapper T.I. Ignoring … ewn.co.za21m Another of

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NRA News -> Seattle’s Tax on Gun Retailers – A Gun Control “Bait and Switch”

Wayne Lapierre NRA at HoaxAndChange.com

NRA News -> Seattle’s Tax on Gun Retailers – A Gun Control “Bait and Switch” FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 2017 SUPPORT NRA-ILA In the world of retail sales, “bait and switch” refers to a marketing tactic in which one item or product (the bait) is attractively advertised in order to get interested customers to commit to a different product (the switch).

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NRA-ILA -> Rotary Club changes position on firearms

Wayne Lapierre NRA at HoaxAndChange.com

NRA-ILA -> Rotary Club changes position on firearms In March, we reported on a series of restrictive policies governing firearms that had been approved by the governing body of the well-known networking and service club, Rotary International. This week came a welcome turn of events, as the club’s board of directors announced that the rules, which had been set to

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