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Felon Arrested For Trying To Sell A Gun At A Gun Show

Written by John Odermatt on March 8, 2014

The phrase convicted felon makes most people’s ears perk up. There is a stigma associated with those that have been convicted of a felony crime. Without any background knowledge of the nature of the felony conviction or the atmosphere the crime took place, the word “felon” has the ability to define a person. The truth […]

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The State Protects Their Sports Gambling Interests

Written by John Odermatt on January 31, 2014

This Sunday, Americans across the country will gather with friends and family to watch Super Bowl XLVIII. Some of these viewers could care less about the game on the field, so they focus their attention on the commercials. Many will be sitting on the edge of their seat, fervently rooting for a team to win […]

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How Police Use Gun Registration Data in “No-Knock” Raids

Written by John Odermatt on December 20, 2013

Do you think exercising your Second Amendment right of legal gun ownership could be used by the State as a means to infringe upon privacy rights afforded by the Fourth Amendment? Absolutely, Yes! The State could and already has used their knowledge and databases of legal gun owners in order to justify “No-Knock” police raids […]

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Should Released Felons Have the Right to Own Guns?

Written by John Odermatt on December 6, 2013

A hunting trip into the woods is always enjoyable, even when returning home without a deer in the back of the vehicle.  Hunting provides an escape from the hectic pace of everyday life and abundance of time to think. This past Monday was the opening day of rifle deer hunting season in Pennsylvania. Unfortunately, I […]

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Secret Car Comparments? You Go to Jail!

Written by John Odermatt on November 22, 2013

Apparently, the Ohio Legislature has lost their minds. The busy bodies in the Ohio Legislature figured they could stay one step ahead of drug dealers if they criminalized the secret compartments in cars that aid in the clandestine operations of drug traffickers. The legislation, which passed the State Senate and House overwhelmingly in June 2012, […]

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“Any Felony Convictions?” It’s Illegal to Ask.

Written by John Odermatt on November 15, 2013

Liberals never seem to learn from their prior mistakes. It is hard to find a better example of a liberal disaster in the United States than Michigan. The “Great Lakes State” symbolizes the destruction that results from massive intervention by the State. The state of Michigan is a graveyard littered with formerly productive companies that […]

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