Jacob and Matthew cover DGU news stories. One startling where a serious misstep causes the victim of the crime to be charged with homicide for their attempt to defend themselves.
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Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster bring to you the latest legislative news and updates. Joe Biden was just sworn-in as our 46th President, and let the Hunger Games begin. Lots of legislation both good–and bad–being proposed across America. Join us to stay on top of these important updates!
Some interesting news stories today including several examples of what to do and what not to do. A BG uses a homeowner as a human shield successfully and a mother beats the police to her home in order to protect her daughter from home intruders. Tune in now!
In today’s news: We now have a “new” Supreme Court with Neil Gorsuch being sworn in as a Supreme Court justice. He hears his first cases, and all signs are pointing towards him being who he said he is–a judge that takes the reading of the law quite literally…just what pro-2A folk need to hear! […]
South Carolina has decided that the Enhanced permits from Mississippi meet their requirements and thus these permit holders will now be recognized and able to carry concealed in South Carolina. This is a welcome change for Mississippi permit holders and increases the value and incentive of taking the necessary class to get the enhanced state […]
Today I signed House Bill 786 to give churches the right to protect themselves from those who would harm them while they worship,” Governor Bryant said in a statement. “I’m a strong supporter of Second Amendment rights and will continue to advocate for your right to keep and bear arms.