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Donald Trump called for the removal of due process — by taking guns first and forcing people to prove their innocence to get them back — and nearly all of his supporters are ignoring this most blatant attack on the constitution.

Just spewing the nonsense about confiscating law-abiding citizens guns before due process should be enough to send Trump packing in 2020. 

This is not only a really, really bad idea, it’s a totally unconstitutional one on several fronts.

Gun owners and Trump supporters alike are voicing their concern over the president’s new push for stricter gun control legislation in the wake of the Florida shooting.

The purpose of the law is not to stop crime, it’s to point out who the criminals are.

Congratulations Rep. Schiff, you’re just demonstrating that you have drunk too much of your own Russian collusion kool-aid.

Arizona Republican State Representative David Stringer has pre-filed four legislative bills that seek to protect the rights of gun owners by expanding protections for who makes up the unorganized militia and what equipment is protected. Rep. Stringer has introduced three bills, HB 2057, 2058 and 2059, as well as a constitutional amendment that would remove the age restriction

Second Amendment supporter and gun rights activist Jan Morgan has thrown her hat in the Arkansas gubernatorial race for the party’s nomination against Republican Asa Hutchinson. Morgan took to the national stage in 2014 when she declared her gun range in Hot Springs, Arkansas, aptly titled The Gun Cave Indoor Shooting

There are several items that Americans should keep their eyes on in 2018, and they each have to do with the rights of gun owners. Awr Hawkins of Breitbart News listed four things that were begun in 2017 but failed to succeed.  I’ll list them and comment on each one.

On Thursday of last week, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton spoke out on licenses for handguns and security teams in churches, but he failed to recognize that the God-given rights of the people he is to serve neither requires his nor the states’ approval nor their paid permission. AG Paxton was