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Killer Gas Stations, Bloomberg’s Militia Fetish, and More Crazy News

Killer Gas Stations, Bloomberg’s Militia Fetish, and More Crazy News

December 5, 2022

Columbus, Ohio, prepares to pass gun control laws even though state law says they can't. Activists claim Philadelphia is plagued by "killer gas stations." A medical report proves more guns do not cause more crime. And what's up with Michael Bloomberg's militia fetish?

Lee Williams, Chief Editor of the Second Amendment Foundation's Investigative Journalism Project, helps us understand recent insanity in the news. 

Everything You Need to Know About Columbus Ohio’s Attempt to Pass Gun Control

Everything You Need to Know About Columbus Ohio’s Attempt to Pass Gun Control

November 21, 2022

The City of Columbus has announced its intent to pass gun control laws. But local gun control has been illegal in Ohio for 15 years. So what are they talking about? What do they think gives them the authority to do this?

In this special episode, we'll try to break it all down with a brief history of Ohio's preemption law, details on Columbus' flawed lawsuit against the state, and how city leaders are deceiving you.

How Your Vote Will Shape the Future of Gun Rights in Ohio

How Your Vote Will Shape the Future of Gun Rights in Ohio

November 7, 2022

Finally, the 2022 general election is here and it's time to make your voice heard on candidates and issues in the state of Ohio. Control of the US Senate hangs in the balance. The Governor is being challenged by an avowed gun control fanatic. And the future of Ohio's Supreme Court is up for grabs.

Rob Sexton, Legislative Affairs Director of BFA, discusses these and other issues ahead of Election Day. 

Good News and Bad News on Public Ranges, Gun Maker Lawsuits, and Lead Ammo Bans

Good News and Bad News on Public Ranges, Gun Maker Lawsuits, and Lead Ammo Bans

October 24, 2022

The good news is that a federal bill is directing more money toward shooting ranges, plus a federal judge has dismissed a $10 billion lawsuit against gun manufacturers. The bad news is that federal agencies are in cahoots with anti-hunting activists to ban lead ammunition, and our tax dollars are paying for it. 

Rob Sexton, Legislative Affairs Director of BFA, joins the podcast to explain it all. 

Debunking the Myths and Misunderstandings about the Big, Bad Gun Industry

Debunking the Myths and Misunderstandings about the Big, Bad Gun Industry

October 10, 2022

According to gun control advocates and the media, the gun industry is a bad actor that profits from gun violence and targets youth and criminals with deceptive advertising. And worse, federal law protects the industry from all liability.

Amy Swearer, Legal Fellow at the Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies with the Heritage Foundation, debunks these myths concocted to attack the gun industry and open the door to predatory and expensive lawsuits.

The Nefarious New Scheme to Track Credit Card Sales at Gun Stores

The Nefarious New Scheme to Track Credit Card Sales at Gun Stores

September 26, 2022

Gun grabbers have come up with a sneaky new way to infringe your rights, this time using a "merchant category code" to track credit card sales at gun stores.

Mark Olivia, Director of Public Affairs for the National Shooting Sports Foundation, gives us the answers to questions such as what is a merchant category code? How could this tracking be abused by the financial industry and government authorities? And who's really behind this nefarious new scheme?

Discover BFA PAC’s Grades and Endorsements for the November 2022 General Election

Discover BFA PAC’s Grades and Endorsements for the November 2022 General Election

September 19, 2022

Two prominent U.S. Senate candidates are running neck and neck. Three Ohio Supreme Court races are a must win. And a raving leftist Democrat running for Governor is threatening to roll back stand your ground, permitless carry, and more. 

BFA Legislative Affairs Director Rob Sexton joins the podcast to discuss BFA PAC's grades and endorsements, this crazy election year, and why the insanity may keep repeating in future elections.

Rep. Tom Hall Talks About Beating Bloomberg on the Issue of Armed Teachers

Rep. Tom Hall Talks About Beating Bloomberg on the Issue of Armed Teachers

September 12, 2022

For years, many Ohio school boards had been training and arming teachers and staff in their schools. But Bloomberg-backed anti-gun activists filed a lawsuit to shut down these security programs with the help of a bad Ohio Supreme Court ruling.

Ohio Rep. Thomas Hall talks about introducing and passing HB 99, a bill backed by Buckeye Firearms Association, that reversed the court ruling and, beginning Sept. 12, 2022, returns authority to local school boards and puts armed teachers and staff back in schools.

Biden Gets Creepy, The Times Tells the Truth, and New York Keeps Being New York

Biden Gets Creepy, The Times Tells the Truth, and New York Keeps Being New York

September 5, 2022

Biden breaks out the creepy red lighting to once again show how angry he is about "assault weapons." The New York Times tells the truth about the lack of support for gun control. And New York continues to make it hard to carry concealed even after a Supreme Court ruling.

Nationally Syndicated Second Amendment Radio Host Amanda Suffecool helps us make sense of recent events in the news.

Discover Who’s Behind the Media’s Phony Mass Shooter Statistics

Discover Who’s Behind the Media’s Phony Mass Shooter Statistics

August 29, 2022

Not that long ago, the news media generally reported that there were a couple dozen or so "mass shootings" every year. But more recently, they're reporting that there are hundreds a year. What changed? Where is the media getting these outrageous numbers?

Lee Williams, chief editor of the Second Amendment Foundation's Investigative Journalism Project, gives us an inside look at the Gun Violence Archive, the little-known organization manufacturing these statistics for the media.

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