“I’m not against the Second Amendment," he said, "but just with my conscience, I can’t sell it because I don’t know who it’s going to affect and hurt.”
New state labor regulations are making it more expensive to provide goat-grazing services, and herding companies say the rules threaten to put them out of business.
David K. Li / NBC News: Georgia gun shop owner shutters store after mass shootings targeting children — “I'm not against the Second Amendment,” he said, “but just with my conscience, I can't sell it because, I don't know who it's going to affect and hurt.” — A gun s tore owner near Atlanta said he is closing …
DENVER, Colo. (KRDO) - Friday, Governor Jared Polis signed into law a bill that restricts ghost guns in Colorado. This signing coincides with National Gun Violence Awareness Day. SB23-279, Unserialized Firearms and Firearm Components, will take action to combat gun violence by targeting unserialized firearms, known as ghost guns. These types of firearms are untraceable.
Target’s share prices continued to plummet for an eighth-straight day Tuesday as the retailer faces its biggest losing streak in [READ MORE]
Target is doing something wholesomely American in reaching out to its LGBTQ+ consumers — making a buck.
Those on the political Left, with their union ties and generally collectivist worldview, have long used boycotts to bring about change much more effectively than conservatives. Over the last month, the Right’s boycotts of Bud Light and Target have challenged that trend.
A proposed law requiring internet giants to pay for news stories moved forward in California on Friday, despite Facebook owner Meta threatening to pull news from its platform if it passes.The California Journalism Preservation Act (CJPA), which cleared the state assembly on Thursday and was in the hands of the state senate, would mandate that large online platforms pay a monthly "journalism usage fee" to news providers whose work appears on their services.The bill is designed to support local...
The federal government has a new rule to address stabilizing braces that may be used to convert some pistols into short barreled rifles.
While plenty of gun owners are responsible, a shocking number are not—the data doesn’t lie, from leaving unsecured arms near children to failing to report stolen guns to shooting while intoxicated. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court keeps abetting their recklessness.
A California law passed in 2016 aimed to help farm workers by providing them with overtime, but some say this could completely wipe out the goat herding industry.
recent changes in state labor regulations are posing a threat to this innovative wildfire prevention strategy.