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Citing a ‘catastrophic hardware failure,’ Maryland State Police report delays in gun background checks and licenses

Maryland State Police warned this week of delays to background checks for those purchasing firearms because of a “catastrophic hardware failure” to a state data system. The hardware failure of the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services has caused an interruption in the state police department’s licensing division’s ability to complete background investigations for regulated firearm purchase applications, handgun…

Virginia Cities Adopting New Gun Control Laws As Northam’s Agenda Takes Effect

Technically, the half-dozen gun control laws signed by Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam don’t take effect until July 1st, but city council members in Alexandria, Virginia aren’t waiting for them to kick in before passing some local restrictions of their own. Empowered by a new law that allows cities to ban guns in government buildings and public spaces, politicians in the D.C.…

More Than 90 People Have Been Shot In Minneapolis In The Past Month

While Minneapolis City Council members are still determined to abolish the city’s police force, residents may be having some second thoughts after a huge spike in the number of shootings in the city. On Saturday evening, twelve people were shot, one fatally, in an exchange of gunfire between multiple individuals in the city’s Uptown neighborhood. The violence began about 12:37 a.m. Sunday,…

United Nations comes out in support of Antifa

The United Nations tweeted in support of Antifa on Friday—the anti-government, radical leftist organization that has incited and perpetuated violence and widespread rioting following the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis Police Department. The UN Geneva Twitter account tweeted: “UN #HumanRights experts express profound concern over a recent statement by the US Attorney-General describing #Antifa and…

A New Zealand Police Officer Was Killed on the Job for the First Time in 11 Years

Prime Minister Jacinda Arden described the shooting as “devastating.” An unarmed New Zealand police officer was shot to death on an Auckland street on Friday, becoming the first officer there to die in the line of duty in 11 years. Police Commissioner Andrew Coster said two unarmed officers were conducting a routine traffic stop involving a car carrying two people…

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