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Illegal Immigrants Attempted to Purchase Firearms Nearly 48,000 Times

The FBI recorded more than 47,000 attempts by illegal immigrants to purchase firearms over the last 25 years.

Spike in Gun Sales Connected to Israel Attacks

A recent spike in gun sales has been connected to the Hamas attacks in Israel, a firearms industry analysis revealed.

New York State Mandated to Pay NRA Nearly $450,000 in Legal Fees Post Supreme Court Win

Following a landmark victory at the Supreme Court, a judge in New York has mandated the state to remit almost half a million dollars in legal fees to the National Rifle Association (NRA).

Gun Sales in August 2023 Surpass 1.1 Million Amid Ongoing Demand

Last month was "the fifth-highest August on record in terms of federal background checks for gun transfers since the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System was established 25 years ago."

Chicago-Area Teacher Dismissed Over Satanism Posts, Admitted ‘Psychosis and Mania’

In the alleged posts, Martin openly stated, "I HAVE BI POLAR 1 DISORDER WITH MANIA AND PSYCHOSIS!"

Million Gun Sales Per Month in U.S. for Last Four Years

The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the industry's trade group, confirmed that July 2023 marked the fourth year in a row with over one million adjusted background checks each month.

Florida Allows Citizens to Conceal Carry Firearms Without Obtaining Permit

The state of Florida is now allowing American citizens to conceal carry a firearm without first obtaining a permit.

Illegal Alien Who Raped and Killed Maryland Woman Had Known Gang Affiliation  

An illegal immigrant who raped and killed a woman in Maryland reportedly was granted access into the U.S. despite his MS-13 affiliation.

ATF Uses Financial Information for Warrantless Tracking on Gun Buyers

Documents reveal the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) has been tracking potential gun buyers by monitoring their income.

Unsecured DoD Server Leaked Terabytes of Internal Military Emails to Open Internet for Two Weeks

An unsecured government cloud email server that contained approximately three terabytes of internal U.S. military emails, including a completed SF-86 questionnaire with sensitive personnel information, was connected to the internet without a password for two weeks, potentially exposing this sensitive data to anyone who knew its IP address.

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